Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality
Air Quality Division
Notice is given to the public, according to Chapter 14 of Title 129 - Nebraska Air Quality Regulations, for a Class I operating permit for Butler County Landfill (FID#62743), for a municipal solid waste landfill (Standard Industrial Classification code 4953) located at 3588 R Road in David City, Nebraska. The potential emissions of regulated air pollutants (in tons per year (tpy)) at this facility will be: 214.09 tpy of Particulate Matter (PM), 65.71 tpy of PM ≤ 10 microns (PM10), 12.41 tpy PM ≤ 2.5 microns (PM2.5), 39.73 tpy Sulfur Dioxide, 16.53 tpy Oxides of Nitrogen, 89.95 tpy Carbon Monoxide, 32.45 tpy Volatile Organic Compounds, 7.34 tpy of Toluene (largest quantity individual Hazardous Air Pollutant (HAP), 2.18 tpy Hydrogen Chloride, 0.68 tpy Acrylonitrile, 2.43 tpy Dichloromethane, 1.16 tpy Hexane, 1.25 tpy Perchloroethylene, 0.93 tpy Vinyl Chloride, 2.60 tpy Xylenes, 22.70 tpy total HAPs, and 504,666 tpy Greenhouse Gases CO2 equivalents (CO2e).
Butler County meets the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for those pollutants subject to a NAAQS and is expected to continue in that status. Butler County is unclassifiable in regard to the state Total Reduced Sulfur (TRS) standards and no significant impact on these standards is expected from this project. No impact is anticipated on habitat for any rare or threatened species.
The NDEQ proposes to issue a Class I operating permit with specific conditions, based on Title 129, which requires compliance with NESHAP Subparts A and AAAA, NESHAP Subpart M, and NSPS Subparts A and WWW, requires compliance with the handling and recordkeeping requirements for asbestos-containing wastes, includes requirements for the active landfill gas collection and control system and landfill gas utility flare, requires the permittee to limit opacity and particulate matter, requires the monitoring and control of dust from the facility, and requires recordkeeping and reporting.
The proposed permit and supporting materials are available for inspection by the public March 30, 2017 through April 29, 2017 at the Hruska Memorial Public Library, at the office of the NDEQ, Suite 400, 1200 "N" Street, Lincoln, Nebraska, and electronically at http://deq.ne.gov. Comments received during this period will be considered prior to the final decision. During this period the applicant, or any interested person or group of persons, may request or petition the Director for a public hearing, the request must state the nature of the issues to be raised and all arguments and factual grounds supporting their position. If a public hearing is granted by the Director, the hearing will be advertised by public notice at least 30 days prior to the hearing.
Inquiries may be made at (402) 471-2186 or email@example.com . Individuals requiring special accommodations or alternate formats of materials should notify the NDEQ by calling (402) 471-2186. TDD users should call (800) 833-7352 and ask the relay operator to call the NDEQ at (402) 471-2186. For further information, to submit comments, or request a hearing you may contact the NDEQ by email “firstname.lastname@example.org” or by mail submitted to the attention of David Christensen, Air Quality Division, P.O. Box 98922, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509-8922.
Within 60 days after the US Environmental Protection Agency Administrator review, persons may petition the Administrator to object to the issuance of the proposed permit. Any such petition shall be based only on objections to the permit that were raised with reasonable specificity during the 30-day comment period, unless the petitioner demonstrates that it was not practicable to raise such objection within such period. For specific dates for which the 60-day petition period is open, contact Matthew Turco at (402) 471-2186. Petitions should be mailed to:
11201 Renner Boulevard, Lenexa, KS 66219
Edward H. Chu – Acting Regional Administrator, US EPA Region VII
Attn: Air Permitting & Compliance Branch