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Juneau State Office Mailing Address Update

All mail sent to the DEC office in Juneau through the U.S. Postal Service must be addressed to P.O. Box 111800. Beginning October 1, all mail addressed to our Willoughby Avenue address will not be delivered and will be returned to sender by the Post Office. This change only impacts incoming mail to the Juneau office.

FNSB Assembly Air Quality Planning Presentations

Please note, assembly briefings are historical. The information presented in these briefings was up-to-date at the time presented, but newer information may have become available since then.

April 3, 2018, Presentation to Elected Officials (PDF)

  • Presentation by DEC: Preliminary Drafts - Serious SIP Development
  • Overview of Preliminary Draft Documents
  • Best Available Control Measure (BACM) Analysis Interim Findings
  • Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD)
  • Timeline

July 20, 2017 Final Source Contribution Presentation (PDF)

  • Presentation by DEC
  • History of Science in Determining Source Contribution of PM2.5
  • Years of Collaborative Effort Using Multiple Approaches
  • Wood Smoke Found to be Major Contributor to Winter PM2.5

March 24, 2017 Briefing on Serious SIP Meetings (PDF)

  • Presentation by EPA, DEC, FNSB
  • Agenda for meetings conducted March 20-24
  • PM2.5 Success factors in other communities
  • Potential PM2.5 Control Categories for FNSB
  • Future Steps

February 2, 2017 SIP Briefing (PDF)

  • Update - Monitoring
  • Update - Moderate SIP
  • New PM2.5 Implementation Rule and Serious SIP
  • Control Measures
  • Sanctions
  • Saturation Study

February 18, 2016 SIP Briefing (PDF)

  • Monitoring
  • Update on the FNSB Nonattainment Area SIP
  • Disclosure Requirements upon Sale of Property
  • State Request to Divide the Nonattainment Area
  • Potential Additional Measures to Improve Air Quality
  • Funding

December 4, 2014 SIP Briefing (PDF)

  • Overview of Air Quality Plan
  • State Regulations
  • Ability to Attain by 2015 & 2019
  • Future Considerations
  • Public Review Process

December 4, 2014 Health Effects Briefing (PDF)

    • Biomass Smoke Sources & Components
    • PM Size and Health Effects of Exposure
    • Susceptible & Vulnerable Populations
    • Health Effects Studies

November 6, 2014 Briefing (PDF)

  • Moderate Area SIP Requirements
  • Impracticable SIP
  • SIP Submittal Options and Consequences
  • PM2.5 SIP Components
  • Dry Wood, Energy Logs, & Visible Emissions
  • Planned Public Review Process
  • Future Considerations

October 3, 2013 Briefing (PDF)

  • Solid Fuel Burning Program Summary
  • Public Education and Outreach
  • Voluntary Measures
  • Proposed Regulations and Standards
  • Wood Heating Program Summary
  • Natural Gas Expansion Summary
  • Program Benefits

March 21, 2013 Briefing (PDF)

  • Concentration trends
  • Sources
  • Strategies to bring the area into attainment
  • Proposed regulatory changes

August 16, 2012 Briefing (PDF)

  • PM2.5 emissions reductions necessary to reach attainment
  • New requirements planned for the winter of 2012
  • Consequences of nonattainment
  • Schedule for completing the plan
  • Necessary Borough actions

March 15, 2012 Briefing (PDF)

  • Progress made towards attaining the PM2.5 standard
  • Contributors to emissions
  • Current concentrations
  • Control measures
  • Possible combinations of control measures

November 3, 2011 Briefing (PDF)

  • SIP administrative and technical requirements
  • Federal, State, and Borough responsibilities
  • Nonattainment and control measure requirements
  • Trends and additional control options

August 18, 2011 Briefing (PDF)

  • PM2.5 health effects
  • Sources and current methods available to determine sources
  • Current modeling efforts
  • SIP plan preparation
  • Control measure choices available

July 7, 2011 Briefing (PDF)

  • PM2.5 concentration trends
  • Methods available to quantify the benefits of PM2.5 emissions controls
  • Previous studies undertaken by the Borough
  • Control measure choices as of July, 2011