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Comment Period

CPM Development Corp., Othello, Quincy, Ephrata

Air Quality General Order – Opportunity to request a public comment period

May 19, 2020 - June 3, 2020, 11:59 p.m.

CPM applied to revise the existing coverage order for three facilities.

CPM Development Corporation, based out of Spokane, submitted updates for three batch plants currently covered under Washington's air quality general order. The plants and updates are:

  • S. 804 Broadway in Othello - updated water heater
  • 26 13th Ave. in Quincy - updated water heater
  • 2651 Hwy 281 W. in Ephrata - added a second water heater

The updated and additional water heaters do not exceed the 4MMBTu/hr threshold for batch plants for each location under the General Order for Concrete Batch Plants No. 11AQ-GO-02. 

Ecology plans to approve the applications. We will hold a public comment period on a draft coverage order that includes these changes only if a written request is received by June 3, 2020.

View CPM's general order applications. 


Background

An air quality general order is a group permit that simplifies the air permitting process. When several sources of air pollution are similar, we can issue a “general order” for all the sources, rather than a series of individual permits.

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Questions

Andy Kruse, Environmental Engineer
4601 N. Monroe St., Spokane, WA 99205
andy.kruse@ecy.wa.gov
509-329-3528

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