Non-Title V Annual Fees(True Minor and Conditional Major Sources)
Non-Title V Source Annual Emission Fees
Non-Title V annual fees are required from sources that have allowable emissions of less than 100 tons of each criteria pollutant/year, less than 10 tons/year of a single hazardous air pollutant, and less than 25 tons per year of a combination of hazardous air pollutants (true minor and conditional major sources). The current non-Title V fee rate is $18.75 per ton of allowable emissions.
Conditional Major Permit Review Fees
The services we provide to ensure conditional major sources are operating below the major source emission thresholds are assessed as a conditional major permit review fee. The technical services provided include, but are not limited to, permit writing with source-specific emission thresholds and compliance conditions, source inspections, and the review of annual reports to ensure compliance with conditional major requirements.
|Allowable Tons Per Year
|250.1 and up
|2020 Fee Analysis Materials|
|User Guiding (coming)||Workbook
Stakeholder meeting are done via WebEx webinar. Click here for instructions on how to access WebEx.
|Time||Topic||Meeting Number||Meeting Password||Materials|
|April 18||1:30 pm||non-Title V fee Kickoff Webinar
||645 553 550
|April 26||9:30 am||Repeat non-Title V Kickoff Webinar||647 026 899
|May 9||1:30 pm||non-Title V 2nd Webinar - (postponed)
|May 25||9:00 am||non-Title V 2nd Webinar - (rescheduled)
||312 310 946
|June 15||9:30 am||non-Title V fee 3rd Webinar
||645 823 411
|June 18||9:00 am||non-Title V Fee Public Meeting - Jackson||Jackson EFO
|June 20||9:00 am||non-Title V Fee Public Meeting - Knoxville
|June 22||9:00 am||non-Title V Fee Public Meeting - Nashville
Proposed Development Plan
APC is considering several different methods to increase fee collections Some possible methods are:
- Increases to construction permit fees that would affect new facilities or expansions at existing facilities
- Increases to the conditional major review fee
- Establishment of a “base” annual emission fee and/or a minimum annual emission fee for non-Title V sources (Title V sources already pay base and minimum annual fees and a higher dollar per ton fee)
The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation has withdrawn the proposed Title V and Non-title V fee rules discussed at the September 2018 board meeting.