Air Permits and Registrations
Permitting of greenhouse gases (GHGs) in Texas. Check back often for updates.
Have you applied for your planned MSS authorization yet? Are your facilities or activities in the industry group due January 5, 2013? Review the guidance regarding the authorization of emissions from MSS facilities or activities.
On-line training and presentation materials that may be useful for those interested in learning more about air permitting in Texas.
Comments from EPA and TCEQ regarding State Implementation Plan (SIP) revisions related to Texas Air Permitting Program.
The TCEQ defines delinquent accounts to include those entities or people** who owe at least $25 in delinquent penalties or fees. This threshold is the same amount used by us to place an entity on Warrant Hold with the Comptroller of Public Accounts.
Public Notice information for Air Permit applications, including notice requirements, notice forms, Spanish Notice templates and translation tools.
Interface for Air Permits Division Document Management System, where permittees can verify the details of their air permits.
Pending and completed air permits.
These Documents were generated in response to EPA's objections and orders on TCEQ's Title V Federal Operating Permits.
These documents were sent by the EPA to holders of TCEQ Title V Federal Operating Permits.
Notice to the regulated community regarding Public Participation, Flexible Permits, Qualified Facilities, and New Source Review (NSR) Reform.
List of facilities typically found at sources that need New Source Review permits. Links to specific facility guidance for the application process.
The Air Pollutant Watch List alerts technical personnel to cities and counties within the state that have areas with elevated concentrations of air pollutants.
Topics Under this Category
Data files and information on modeling for those who must have it done as part of their new source review air permit applications.
Information about working with the TCEQ before an air permit is issued.
Basic information about working with the TCEQ after receiving an air permit.
A definition of bioenergy, and the status of authorizations for bioenergy facilities pending action or approved.
Quotes the Texas Health and Safety Code (relating to confidential information), and describes for the user how to assure confidentiality.
Provides a list of consultants who have made it known they are in the business of consulting on TCEQ air permit applications.
List of TCEQ program areas with phone numbers and Web pages.
List of each local air pollution control program in Texas, with addresses and phone numbers.