IAEAP staff is available to provide FREE one-on-one training and assistance to businesses with less than 100 employees required to submit their minor source emissions inventory in SLEIS or to apply for a new or modify an existing air quality permit using Iowa EASY Air.
A massive chemical fire broke out in the early hours of Monday, June 14th, 2021 at Chemtool, a chemical plant in Rockton, Illinois. Chemtool, a plant that specializes in the production of finish greases for automobile and industrial machinery, is now completely destroyed from the fire.
Every business knows that along with regulations, come recordkeeping. And environmental regulations are no exception. If your business gets audited, one of the first items likely covered is a request to look at your records. So, what do you need to know about regulatory recordkeeping?
There are a vast amount of resources available to small businesses who are interested in reducing waste. They range from online tools and databases to entire organizations that exist to assist businesses with their waste reduction needs.
When it comes to air permitting, some of the most common questions we receive are related to construction permitting. Do I need a construction permit? Am I exempt? When do I need to apply?
The 2016 Minor Source Emission Inventory (MSEI) is required for portable plants and facilities in the central third of the state by May 15, 2017.
The federal 7D NESHAP for Prepared Feeds Manufacturing at Area Sources (40 CFR Part 63 Subpart DDDDDDD) was adopted by the Iowa DNR in September 2014.
As of January 15, 2016, new rules and a fee schedule for Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) air quality construction permit applications and notifications began.