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The Clean Air Act (CAA) is the primary federal air quality law in the United States, aimed at reducing and controlling air pollution nationwide. The EPA or state regulatory agencies conduct compliance evaluations at a facility or site for the purpose of evaluating the compliance status with respect to the applicable air permit regulations. When the EPA or the state regulatory agency conducts an inspection of a facility, the facility can only hope that they do not find any violations. But sometimes they do and those violations can lead to hefty fines.

Join us for this webinar to discuss the most common air violations of the Clean Air Act and what you can do to be proactive in order to avoid them and any unnecessary penalties and fines.

 

Part III of the Environmental Compliance Fundamentals Series. This presentation will provide a comprehensive look into air-related compliance considerations.