October 14, 2020
On behalf of Third Coast Packaging, Inc. (Third Coast), TRC Environmental Corporation (TRC) hereby submits the following minor New Source Review (NSR) air quality permit application to renew and amend NSR Permit No. 92403 pursuant to 30 TAC Chapter 116, Subchapter D and Subchapter B requirements, respectively. The subject NSR permit authorizes a drum and tote packaging facility located in Pearland, Brazoria County, Texas.
An electronic version of the application, including the Excel workbook Form PI‐1 General Application (version 4.0), Excel Electronic Modeling Evaluation Workbook (EMEW) for non‐SCREEN3 (version 2.3), and Appendix B ‐ Excel Emission Calculations workbook has been submitted to TCEQ Air Permits Division via STEERS e‐Permits, and the appropriate permit application fee was paid electronically during the online submission.
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Third Coast Terminals is deeply committed to the prevention of environmental pollution, conservation of
resources and to observe all applicable legal and moral requirements that apply to all our work
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We work closely with both our suppliers and customers to eliminate product waste streams. All line flushes are accumulated and returned to customers or sold at customer request to salvagers for refinement and re-use.
We are actively recycling and utilizing recycled materials (where available) across our business processes.
Our primary concern is for the well-being of our team members. This has led us to introduce a voluntary Wellness Program, at no cost to our team members, with annual healthy physical screening and annual flu inoculations.
We are a non-smoking facility, believing that more deterrents to smoking at work aids team members in their efforts to quit while improving the environment for non-smokers and reductions in fire related accidents.
The safety of our team members is extremely important to us both at work and at home. Toolbox safety topics are not limited to at-work issues as there are hazards in all aspects of life. Safety training does not stop for us when our team members leave our gates. Safety education and the resulting heightened awareness are principles we train and encourage our team members to follow every day.
Third Coast Terminals recognizes that our local area is periodically exposed to violent storms and other events. TCT has prepared our organization for rapid response, recuperation, community assistance and business continuity.