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Alternative Language Tools for Air Permits Public Notices

Information regarding alternative language 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 PDF. 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 provided to an applicant during the permit review process. The applicant should ensure the correct template is used and/or proper translation is performed.

Spanish Templates for Air Standard Permit Notices

Spanish Templates Edits

Spanish Tools for Air Permitting Public Notices

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