Air Permitting Considerations for Both Facility Expansion and New Construction

Bryan Osborne

Demand for semiconductor products—especially those produced domestically—has never been higher. As manufacturers respond to this demand by expanding existing operations or building new production facilities, it’s important to consider environmental permitting early. This permitting, and air permitting in particular, involves extensive preparation, often including sophisticated air dispersion modeling, and has a lengthy agency review that must be met prior to construction. Carrie and Bryan provide real-life examples to illustrate how to streamline both permit preparation and the agency review processes.

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