EPA plans to issue an air permit revision for a hot mix asphalt and crushing operation in Eastern Idaho.
About this Public Notice
September 5, 2014
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has a draft Clean Air Act “Non-Title V” operating permit revision for Mickelsen Construction, Inc. (Mickelsen).
This Non-Title V operating permit is being revised and issued in accordance with 40 CFR § 49.139. This permit creates emission limits that allows Mickelsen to be treated as a minor source of air pollution and thereby avoid permitting requirements that apply to major sources of air pollution (e.g. Prevention of Significant Deterioration and Nonattainment New Source Review construction permitting programs and Title V operating permit program). The permit approves operation of this stationary source within the Fort Hall Reservation. This permit revision primarily adds production and operational limits to the existing permit which will limit the total amount of hot mix asphalt and aggregate produced on an annual basis.
Because Mickelsen operates within the geographical boundaries of this reservation and because the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes currently do not have an EPA-approved air quality permitting program, it is the EPA’s responsibility to issue the permit revision to this company.
Will there be a public Hearing?
You can request a public hearing. Requests for a hearing must be received in writing by the EPA at any of the contact addresses listed below on or before the end of the comment period and must contain your reasons for requesting a hearing. If a hearing is held, the comment period will be extended through the date of the hearing.
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Can I make comments on the permit?
Yes. In making a final decision on the permits, the EPA will consider comments received from anyone during the public comment period or public hearing (if one is held). You must submit all written comments, requests for hearings, etc. by the end of the comment period. Please include all documents supporting your comments in full unless they are already part of the administrative record, tribal, state, or federal statutes or regulations, or generally available reference materials. The EPA will prepare a response to comments, explain any changes made to the draft permit, and send them, along with the final permit, to everyone who comments. The entire administrative record, including your comments, is a public record that can be obtained on request. Please send all correspondence to:
For people with disabilities: Please contact EPA at the contact information listed above before the end of the comment period if you have any special requests for reasonable accommodations. For TTY users: please call the Federal Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339.
|Mail comments to:||Bryan Holtrop|
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10
1200 Sixth Avenue, Suite 900 (AWT-107)
Seattle, WA 98101-3140
|E-mail comments to:||firstname.lastname@example.org (include "Mickelsen Public Comment" in the subject line)|
|For questions, call:||Bryan Holtrop (email@example.com) (206) 553-4473|
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Documents available for download:
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You can review a copy of the draft revised Non-Title V permit, the draft revised technical support document, and all supporting materials during regular business hours at the following locations:
|Fort Hall - ID|
Tribal Business Center Building
P.O. Box 306
Fort Hall, Idaho 83203
|U.S. EPA, Region 10 |
EPA Public Library
1200 Sixth Ave
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