Air Pollution Control Board
Material in the board packet that reflect the Board’s vote on a matter (i.e. Orders of the Board), shall be considered proposed and subject to change by the Board on the day of the meeting.
Meeting Details: (Revised 6/15/2018)
July 18, 2018
9:30 a.m. CDT312 Rosa L. Parks Avenue 3rd Floor Nashville Room The June Board meeting was canceled.
May meeting material:
At the May 9th Air Pollution Control Board meeting, the Board will consider the renewal of Certificates of Exemption (COE) for Tennessee’s four local air pollution control agencies. The COE allows the local municipalities or counties to operate their own air pollution control agency independent from the State’s air pollution control agency. Supplemental information provided to the State as part of the petition for the COEs can be found here.
2018 Meeting Dates
|January 10 - Cancelled
Fourteen members: twelve appointed by the Governor for four-year terms and two ex officio.
- a registered professional engineer with at least five (5)years' experience in the field of air pollution control;
- a licensed physician with experience in health effects of air contaminants;
- a person working in a field directly related to agriculture or conservation;
- a person actively working in the management of and with current full-time employment in a private manufacturing concern and have a college degree and eight (8) years of combined technical training and experience in permit compliance for Title 5 or Non-Title 5 sources for a manufacturing facility permitted in the State of Tennessee;
- a county mayor or chief executive officer of a Tennessee county;
- a person working in municipal government;
- Two (2) persons from Tennessee industry and with current full-time employment with a private manufacturing concern and have a college degree in engineering or equal and eight (8) years of combined technical training and experience in air pollution abatement for either a Title 5 permit holder or a Non-Title 5 permitted source in the State of Tennessee;
- a person involved in the program of an institute of higher learning in the state involved in the conducting of training in air pollution evaluation and control;
- a person representing conservation interests;
- a small generator of air pollution representing automotive interests;
- a person representing environmental interests;
- Commissioners of Environment and Conservation and Economic and Community Development or their designees.
Commissioned under T.C.A. 68-201-104.
The statute authorizing this board expires June 30, 2019 and the one-year wind-down period begins.
|Dr. John Benitez||08-31-2021||Licensed Physician with experience in health effects of air pollutants|
|Karen Cisler||04-30-2020||Environmental Interests|
|Dr. Wayne T Davis, Ph.D.||04-30-2018||Conservation Interests|
|Stephen R. Gossett||08-31-2019||Working for Industry with technical experience|
|Dr. Shawn A. Hawkins||08-31-2020||Working in field related to Agriculture or Conservation|
|Richard Holland||08-31-2019||Working for Industry with technical experience|
|The Honorable Ken Moore, City of Franklin||08-31-2021||Working in Municipal Government|
|Dr. Joshua Fu, Ph.D.||04-30-2022||Involved with Institution of Higher Learning on air pollution evaluation and control|
|Michael Haverstick||08-31-2018||Working in management in Private Manufacturing|
|Dr. Ronnè Adkins, Ph.D.||Ex-Officio||Commissioner's Designee, Dept. of Environment and Conservation|
|Caitlin Roberts Jennings||06-30-2022||Small Generator of Air Pollution representing Automotive Interests|
|Amy Spann, P.E.||08-31-2018||Registered Professional Engineer|
|The Honorable Larry Waters,
|Jimmy West||Ex-Officio||Commissioner's Designee, Dept. of Economic and Community Development|