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    Public Notifier
    Public Notifier
    As Grand County's paper of record, The Times-Independent publishes public notices of many kinds submitted to the newspaper from local people and institutions.

    A Title V permit application for the Northwest Pipeline LLC – Moab Compressor Station source has been reviewed by the Utah Division of Air Quality and a draft permit has been prepared. This draft permit, with support documentation, is available for public review and comment.

    The Title V Operating Permits Program does not impose new substantive requirements on a source but does require that sources subject to the program obtain a renewable operating permit that clarifies, in a single document, which requirements apply to the source and assures the source’s compliance with those requirements.

    Review of the draft permit and support documentation is available by appointment only, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) at the offices of the Division of Air Quality, 195 North 1950 West, Salt Lake City.  To schedule an appointment during the comment period, please contact the Operating Permit section at 801-536-4000. The draft permit may also be viewed on the Internet at

    Written comments will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. 30 days from the publication date of this notice. Comments may also be sent by email to Comments should reference the permit number and should be mailed or delivered to:

    Utah Division of Air Quality

    195 N 1950 W

    P.O. Box 144820

    Salt Lake City, UT  84114-4820

    A public hearing may be held if a hearing is requested within 15 days of the publication of this notice and the request otherwise meets the requirements of Utah Code Annotated 63-46a-5(2)(b).

    Additional information:


    Moab Compressor Station

    No Street Address

    23 Miles south of Moab on Highway 191 La Sal Route

    Moab, UT  84532

    Activity Involved in the Permit Action: This is a Title V renewal application for the purpose of:

    – Update applicable requirements for R307-501-4. – Update conditions for 40 CFR 60 Subpart GG. The permittee has accepted an F-value of zero in accordance with 40 CFR 60.332(a)(3). – Remove condition regarding one-time energy assessment for Emission Units B001, B002, and SB001. Requirement was met in October of 2015.

    – Clarify applicable requirements for 40 CFR 63 Subpart DDDDD for Emission Units B001, B002, and SB001. – Update and clarify requirements for 40 CFR 63 Subpart ZZZZ for Emission Unit G001.

    Permit Number #3700029005

    Emissions Change: There are no emissions changes associated with this action.

    For further information please contact Scott Hanks at the Division of Air Quality, 801-536-4000.

    Published in The Times-Independent, Moab, Utah, June 18, 2020.

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