Spanish Templates and Tools for Air Permits Public Notices
It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure the alternative language requirement is met when applicable. The applicant can complete our alternative language checklist available in or . This checklist helps to determine whether alternative language publication is required. If alternative language is required, then your English public notice must be translated in the applicable alternative language(s).
The most common alternative language is Spanish. Spanish templates used for some Air Permits Public Notices are available. Also available are some Spanish tools that may assist with translation. The applicant should ensure the correct template is used and/or proper translation is performed.
Certain applications received on or after September 1, 2015, are subject to new laws affecting contested case hearings. These changes in law affected the language in the public notices.
If the Spanish template for your project is not located on this page, visit the date-specific pages to find the correct template. Visit the Status of Air Permits and Permit Applications website to verify your application received date.
Spanish Templates for Air Standard Permit Notices
- Air Quality Standard Permit for Animal Carcass Incinerators in or
- Air Quality Standard Permit for Concrete Batch Plants with Enhanced Controls in or
- Air Quality Standard Permit for Permanent Rock and Concrete Crushers in or
- Templates for the Concrete Batch Plant Standard Permit are on the date-specific webpages linked above.
Spanish Templates for Air Title V SOP Notice
Spanish Tools for Air Permitting Public Notices
- Spanish-language glossary of air contaminants in or
- English-Spanish Glossary for Spanish Translations
Questions? We Can Help
Contact our Air Permits Division if you have questions.