Mr. Billy DeWitt, Air Monitoring Program Manager, at Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (APCD) presented an update on recent progress related to toxic air contaminants (TACs) monitoring and the recommissioning of an automated-gas chromatograph system (Auto-GC) during the January 16th, 2019, APCD Board meeting.  The presentation can be downloaded at this link.  The January […]

Changes: Louisville Air Emission Inventory forms

Facilities located within Jefferson County who are required to report emissions to the LMAPCD need to know that the District has changed forms and approaches for the annual emissions inventory. A complete emissions inventory must be submitted by April 15th for the previous calendar year of operations. This summary highlights the revisions to emissions inventory […]

APCD Upcoming Regulatory Changes

Greater Louisville Inc. (GLI) held a meeting to introduce the new Regulatory Division Chief, Stacey Barbro, at Louisville’s Air Pollution Control District (APCD) on January 14th, 2015.  As part of the introduction, APCD discussed several regulatory initiatives or changes that the regulated community should anticipate over the coming months and years.  Briefly, the following topics were […]


EPCRA, air, and hazardous waste March 1 reporting deadlines are quickly approaching

It’s a busy time of year for environmental managers. Several common environmental reports have March 1 reporting deadlines. Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) Sections 311-312 inventory reports are due March 1.  US EPA has a lot of useful information and references at its EPCRA Sections 311-312 webpage. Additionally, Kentucky has published a 2014 […]

Clean Air Issues in Kentucky

John Lyons with the Kentucky Division of Air Quality (KDAQ) spoke today regarding the air program in Kentucky.  His remarks focused on four areas: (1) Kentucky’s Title V program; (2) Greenhouse Gas New Source Performance Standards (NSPS); (3) Standards for existing sources (Clean Air Act Section 111(D)); and (4) the Louisville Air Pollution Control District (APCD) audit. […]