J. B. Anderson Land Use Planning offers a full range of Air Quality Permitting for projects located within the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (SJVAPCD), including Authority to Construct (ATC) Permits, and Permit to Operate (PTO). Our Staff has prepared and processed numerous ATC and PTO Permits for a range of Agricultural and Industrial Projects located within the Central Valley, and is well-versed in the SJVAPCD Rules and Regulations regarding industrial equipment and facilities. Our Staff has developed a great working relationship with SJVAPCD Staff which allows us to streamline the ATC and PTO Permit process for our clients.
On behalf of the Modesto Empire and Traction Company, J. B. Anderson Land Use Planning prepared and processed ATC Permit Applications with the SJVAPCD for the construction and operation of an Ethanol Transfer Station located in the Beard Industrial Park, City of Modesto. The ATC Permit Applications prepared contemplated the transfer devices used to transfer ethanol from Rail Car to Diesel Truck. J. B. Anderson Land Use Planning successfully obtained ATC Permits and worked with SJVACPD to identify applicable Best Available Control Technologies.
On behalf of Strategic Materials, Inc., J. B. Anderson Land Use Planning prepared and processed ATC Permit Applications for the development of a glass recycling facility located in the Beard Industrial Park, City of Modesto. The ATC Permit Applications processed by the SJVAPCD allowed for the recycling of up to 175,000 tons of glass per year, and contemplated Best Available Control Technologies for Hopper and Vacuum equipment used to crush and clean incoming glass.
J. B. Anderson Land Use Planning has been recently retained by Cascade Specialties, Inc. to prepare and process ATC Permit Applications to allow for the development of an agricultural food processing facility located in the City of Merced. J. B. Anderson Land Use Planning Staff will be managing the processing the various ATC Permits required for this project to allow for the variety of equipment installation and operation. ATC Permits are anticipated to be submitted to the SJVAPCD in Fall 2012.