Proposed 2019 MPCA Air Quality Dispersion Modeling Working Practices Manual Revisions
It is that time of the year again! The MPCA is providing you with an opportunity to inspect and offer feedback on the proposed 2019 MPCA Air Quality Modeling Practices Manual revisions. The proposed 2019 Manual revisions can be found here:
You may provide feedback on the proposed 2019 Manual revisions to the MPCA Air Quality Modeling unit via email at AirModeling.PCA@state.mn.us. The MPCA will accept your thoughts on this version of the proposed revisions until the close of business on July 18, 2018. The attachments are not included with this version as there are no proposed changes to these area of the Manual. Please feel free to contact the MPCA Modeling Unit if you have any questions about the proposed 2019 revisions or any other topic of concern.
The MPCA modeling unit will be hosting the Annual MPCA Air Modeling Open House meeting on Thursday, July 12, 2018 to discuss modeling practice updates, the proposed revisions, and two new working practices memorandums (Table 8-2 from Appendix W and Paved Roads). The meeting will take place at the MPCA Saint Paul Office at 520 Lafayette Rd. North in the Lower Lever Conference Room from 1:00pm – 4:00pm.
If you are interested in attending the meeting, we encourage you to RSVP via email at AirModeling.PCA@state.mn.us.cc
Working practices for air quality dispersion modeling
Policies and working practices
Modeling policy documents
- Air quality policy - Paved roads and fugitive particulate matter
- Modeling Guidance for Compliance with one-hour NO2, one-hour SO2 and 2006 24-hour PM2.5 NAAQS
Modeling-related policies and practices
- Filling Missing Ozone Data for OLM and PVMRM Applications (aq2-69)
- Emergency Generators and Stationary Engines — Recommended Practices
- For more information about engines, please visit the Engines webpage.
If you cannot find a document you need, email the MPCA air dispersion modeling group: firstname.lastname@example.org