AIR EMISSIONS MODELING AND PERMITTING
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APEC has completed air emissons studies and air permit application services (per EPA Clean Air
Act Title V/40 CFR 51) for a variety of facility types in Guam and the CNMI. Related APEC
services include facility and regulatory agency coordination and planning, facility inventory and
data management, air emissions modeling, and processing of air permit application documents.

Air Emissions Modeling and Permit Application Services for CUC Power Plant I,
Lower Base, Saipan, CNMI:
Performed air emissions modeling and permitting activities for 8
diesel generators (84 MW capacity), and 2 waste oil incinerators. Client: CNMI Commonwealth
Utilities Corporation.

Air Emissions Modeling and Permit Application Services for Rota Power Plant,
Songsong, Rota, CNMI:
Performed air emissions modeling and permitting activities for 3 diesel
generators (6.5 MW capacity). Client: CNMI Commonwealth Utilities Corporation.

Air Emissions Modeling and Permit Application Services for PMIC Power Plant,
Puerto Rico, Saipan, CNMI:
Performed air emissions modeling and permitting activities for
proposed 10 diesel generators (30 MW capacity). Client: Pacific Marine and Industrial
Corporation.

Air Emissions Modeling and Permit Application Services for Trans Asia Garment Forte
Corp./Global Manufacturing, Inc./Alliance Paper Products, Inc., Lower Base, Saipan,
CNMI:
Performed air emissions modeling and permitting activities for 9 diesel generators and 10
boilers. Client: Tan Holdings Corporation.

Air Permitting Associated with Catalytic Oxidation Unit at Remedial Groundwater
Investigation Site at the Former Exxon Service Station, Chalan Pago, Guam:
Coordinated
and developed catalytic oxidation unit air emissions permitting with subsequent approval by
Guam EPA. APEC completed the permitting process through close collaboration with
manufacturer’s representatives, local engineers, and government agency representatives
involved with the Chalan Pago Former Exxon Service Station remediation site. Client: ExxonMobil
International Holdings, Inc.

Air Permitting Associated with Soil Vapor Extraction Unit at Remedial Groundwater
Investigation Site at the Former Exxon Service Station, Chalan Pago, Guam:
Coordinated
and developed soil vapor extraction air emissions permitting with subsequent approval by Guam
EPA. APEC completed the permitting process through close collaboration with manufacturer’s
representatives, local engineers, and government agency representatives involved with the
Chalan Pago Former Exxon Service Station remediation site. Client: ExxonMobil International
Holdings, Inc.