Ecology’s Air Quality Program is renewing the Air Operating Permit (AOP) for Avista Corporation, Kettle Falls Generating Station, located at 1151 US-395, Kettle Falls, Wash., in Stevens County.
The facility combusts natural gas and wood waste for the production of electricity. The AOP, as mandated by Title V of the federal Clean Air Act amendments, organizes in one document all of the facility’s air quality regulatory requirements as conditions, emission limits, and work practices of the permit.
Comments on this renewal are accepted through Nov. 9, 2018. View draft permit documents at Kettle Falls City Hall, 580 Meyers Street, Kettle Falls, Wash., or below:
Commercial and industrial businesses that emit large amounts of air pollution are required to get an air operating permit. An air operating permit is a master document that lists all of the air pollution requirements that apply to a business or industry. We issue these permits along with other local clean air agencies in Washington.
Comment by mail
Washington Department of Ecology, Eastern Region
Andrew Kruse, Air Quality Program
4601 N. Monroe St.
Spokane, WA 99205
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