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Application Deadline Extended for the Iowa Environmental Excellence Awards 3/13/2014 11:36:00 AM
DES MOINES - The application deadline for the 2014 Governor’s Iowa Environmental Excellence Awards has been extended. Applications are now due April 25, 2014. read more...
Air Quality Bureau Title V Workshop Sessions Set for April 22 and 23 3/10/2014 9:18:49 AM

The Air Quality Bureau's Title V section will hold two sessions of a training workshop on the Title V permitting process. There will be one afternoon Title V workshop and one in the morning. Topics of discussion will cover changes to the application forms, emissions calculations, periodic monitoring, CAM plans and a summary of common application deficiencies. Question and answer sessions will be held during the presentations.

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Public Input Opportunity for Proposal to Rescind Voluntary Operating Permit Program 3/7/2014 1:38:31 PM
In the mid-1990’s, the DNR developed the voluntary operating permit (VOP) program to assist facilities that wanted to take voluntary limitations on emissions and operations to avoid having to obtain a federal Title V operating permit. DNR’s Air Construction Permit program can also provide a mechanism to establish limits to remain below the Title V operating permit program thresholds.  read more...
Spring Thaw Causes Elevated Levels of Wintertime Haze 3/7/2014 1:33:07 PM

Elevated fine particle (PM 2.5) pollution levels were observed at Viking Lake State Park on Thursday. Levels rose overnight across much of Iowa, but should fall later today as a cold front moves eastward through the state and winds increase.

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