Introducing ALL4’s “Is That Your Final Answer?”
Posted: January 29th, 2011Author: All4 Staff
“Is That Your Final Answer” is designed to test your knowledge across the environmental field, quiz you on the building blocks of air quality rules, stump you on ALL4 general trivia, and challenge you with brain teasers that have perplexed us. The first correct answer emailed to us will qualify the respondent for free ALL4 gear and will enter the winner in our end-of-year “Final Answer Championship.” Each subsequent month’s 4 The Record will identify the winner and the correct answer from the previous month’s question. You must be an active subscriber of 4 The Record to win a monthly prize and be eligible for the championship prize. ALL4 employees and family members are not eligible to compete. We hope you enjoy “Is That Your Final Answer.” Good luck!
A recent conversation with an air quality consultant with multiple years of experience (herein referred to as Mr. X) serves as the basis for our January 2011 question. In the course of the conversation involving non-attainment New Source Review (NSR), Mr. X stated that a major source’s planned project would trigger non-attainment NSR since there was a significant and net significant emission increase of the non-attainment pollutant. Hold your horses, we said, non-attainment NSR doesn’t apply. What is the likely fact that Mr. X is overlooking?
Please e-mail your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include in the e-mail your name, answer, and address (to receive your prize).