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New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services

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DATE: February 18, 2011
CONTACT: Sara Johnson, 603 271-1379

Streamlined Rules and Reduced Fees for Rock Crushing Plants
Additional Free Workshop Offered in Concord

Concord, NH – Back by popular demand, the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services will offer an additional morning workshop for non-metallic mineral processing plants, commonly known as rock crushing plants or rock crushers. The workshop will be on Thursday, March 24 in Concord.

If you are involved in gravel pit operations or any other type of rock crushing (non-metallic mineral processing plants that grind or crush any non-metallic mineral, such as stone, sand, gravel, clay, rock, salt, and vermiculite), you should attend this workshop to learn about the new rules and how they apply to you and your business. Municipal officials may want to attend this if they have any rock crushing operations in their municipality.

The workshop will cover the newly adopted Env-A 2800 non-metallic mineral processing rules and the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants: Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines, 40 CFR 63, Subpart ZZZZ.
To register, contact Sara J. Johnson, Small Business Technical Assistance Program, (603) 271-1379 or For more information on the new Env-A 2800 rules for rock crushers, visit

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