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Hot Mix Asphalt Plants
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FOR PERCHLORETHYLENE (PERC) DRYCLEANERS
On July 27, 2006, EPA published new regulations for perc drycleaners. These regulations revised the 1993 federal rules affecting perc drycleaners. The revisions changed perc drycleaner permitting requirements. The State Air Pollution Control Division revised and reissued these needed permits in 2008. All perc drycleaners should have a permit with an issuance date of 2008 or later.
The new perc rule revision:
For more information including a summary of the new rule requirements, click here for a brochure.
In Tennessee air pollution is regulated in five geographical areas. There is a State Air Pollution regulatory Program and four local air pollution control Programs. The State regulates sources in ninety one counties.
Sources in the following counties are regulated by local programs.
All drycleaners must register with the DCERP. Visit the DCERP permit page for information.
New Federal Uniform Manifest for Hazardous Waste Generators and Hazardous Waste Handlers
Most non-perc drycleaning waste is classified as Special Waste. Visit the special waste permit page for general Special Waste information.
» Dry Cleaners! Did You Know? - An overview of Tennessee Regulatory Requirements for Dry Cleaners.
Copy of the July 27, 2006 Perc Drycleaners NESHAP, 40 CFR 63 Subpart M new rule with links
New Perc Rule brochure that summarizes the rule requirements
» Helpful Information on recordkeeping and reporting for non perc facilities
» Chapter 1200-3-31-.13 - State air pollution regulations for perchloroethylene dry cleaners
» Chapter 1200-3-18-.36 - Volatile organic compounds regulations for Petroleum Solvent Dry Cleaners
» Chapter 1200-3-16-.49 - New Source Performance Standards for Petroleum Dry Cleaners