This is a central place to find recent actions that have been adopted by the Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control Board (Board) or issued by the Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (APCD).
These actions may include Air Pollution Control Board Orders and Agreements, permits for facilities that emit pollution, new or amended APCD regulations, or changes to the APCD's ambient air monitoring network.
|GE Appliances, 4000 Buechel Bank Road, 40031, Title V Construction Permit C-0870-22-0015; Statement of Basis||09/19/2022|
|Morris Forman Water Quality Treatment Center, 4522 Algonquin Parkway, 40211, FEDOOP Operating Permit O-0149-22-F; Statement of Basis; Response to Comments||09/14/2022|
|Ground Effects, LLC, 13600 Northeast Park Drive, 40245, Minor Source Operating Permit O-2045-22-M
|Kosmos Cement Company LLC, 15301 Dixie Highway, 40272; Title V Construction Permit C-0060-22-0021-V; Statement of Basis||08/25/2022|
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According to Regulation 1.19, section 2.2, Permittees or persons who consider themselves aggrieved by orders of the Board or determinations made by the District or the Board, including actions taken by the District or the Board on permits, may file a petition for an administrative hearing with the Secretary-Treasurer so long as the person has not previously been heard regarding that matter in an administrative hearing pursuant to this regulation. The petition shall allege that the action is contrary to law or fact and is injurious to the petitioner, state the grounds and reasons for the allegation, and request an administrative hearing. Unless the Board considers the petition frivolous, the Secretary-Treasurer shall serve written notice of the petition on each person named in the petition and shall schedule an administrative hearing to be held not less than 60 days after the petition is filed unless the person complained against waives in writing the 60-day period. The right to request an administrative hearing pursuant to this regulation shall be limited to a period of 30 days after the petitioner has had actual notice, or could reasonably have had notice, of the order or action specified in the petition. Prior to scheduling an administrative hearing, the Secretary-Treasurer may require the parties to meet for settlement purposes.
Types of Actions
- Board Orders and Agreements
- Regulations & Laws
- New or Amended Regulations approved by the Board
- Non-regulatory SIP Submissions
- Ambient Air Monitoring Network Change
- Administrative letter