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Missouri Revises Air Pollution Fee Structure, CO2 Emissions Standards Effective August 28, 2014

September 1, 2014

Fee Structure
The Missouri Department of Natural Resource (MDNR) has decided to change its stance on a revision to its air pollution fee structure. Effective August 28, 2014 a new statute will allow the MDNR and the Air Conservation Commission to establish new fees related to air emissions, permitting, and asbestos.Missouri Department of Natural Resources logo

Through a series of recent stakeholder meetings, concerns were raised over operating permit fees, asbestos fees, and a hurried timeline in order to keep up with the August 28th enactment date. Taking stakeholder input into account, the MDNR sent out a new fee proposal. For 2015, revisions will only be made to emission fees as authorized by HB 28/650 (2013), thus allaying stakeholder concern and will not be raising fees for permits or asbestos. As such, stakeholder meetings and discussions will continue with the goal of revising the entire fee structure by 2017. A summary of the MDNR’s original presentations regarding the fee structure can be found here.

CO2 emissions standards
Effective 28 August 2014, House Bill No. 1631, Title XL “Additional Executive Departments”, Chapter 643 “Air Conservation” of the Missouri statutes will be amended to include Section 643.640 related to the Air Conservation Commission.

The new statute establishes guidelines and authority for the state of Missouri to establish emission standards for existing carbon dioxide generation plants. In order to generate standards, each generating plant will be analyzed on an individual basis regardless of size, with emphasis placed on the economic and technical feasibility of control equipment and lifespan of the facility, among other factors.

The standards shall follow federal guidelines pursuant to 42 U.S.C. Section 7411(d) and 40 CFR 60.24, while giving the commission the authority to establish less stringent standards as they see necessary.

The amendment will be effective on August 28, 2014 but at this time it is unknown when the Commissions will finalize and start implementing the carbon dioxide standards established through this amendment. Further developments will be important to follow in the coming months to see which facilities are affected and the impact of the standards.

Click here to read the entire bill.

What this means to you
For 2015, Missouri will not be raising fees for permits or asbestos. Stakeholder meetings and discussions will continue with the goal of revising the entire fee structure by 2017. Missouri also established guidelines and authority for the state to establish emission standards for carbon dioxide generation plants. In order to generate standards, each generating plant will be analyzed on an individual basis regardless of size, with emphasis placed on the economic and technical feasibility of control equipment and lifespan of the facility, among other factors.

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Contact MIRATECH for emissions compliance solutions in Missouri.