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Air Navigation Folder

Description
Announcements for New Source Review

Announcements of meetings, regulatory changes, and other significant information from the Air Permits Division. List includes all announcements for approximately the past six-months.

General Operating Permits

Applying for a general permit to cover air issues for an industrial site. General permits have uniform conditions that cover all sites in a defined class.

NSR Guidance Documents for Agricultural Sources

Guidance for obtaining permits for new facilities or modifications to existing facilities that will result in increased air emissions. For specific facilities related to agricultural activities - for example, cotton gins, dairies, feedlots, feed mills, fertilizer handling or storage.

Announcements for Title V Operating Permits

Announcements of meetings, regulatory changes, and other significant information from the Air Permits Division. List includes all announcements for approximately the last five years.

Air Dispersion Modeling

Data files and information on modeling for those who must have it done as part of their new source review air permit applications.

Processes Related to Air Permitting

Air dispersion modeling, determining best available control technologies, public notices, and other processes that often are involved in obtaining an air permit.

Air Pollution Control Guidance Document

The Air Permits Division has developed an air pollution control guidance document to assist permit reviewers during the technical review of permit applications.

All Unit Attribute Forms

Some Title V Operating Permits require Unit Attribute (UA) Forms, Unit Attributes 1-64 Forms and Instructions are available on this page. When entering citations, please do not use abbreviated or condensed citation entries.

Standard Air Permits

Permits for specific, well-characterized classes of facilities. If a standard permit fits your operations, you may choose this permitting option.

Numerical Index to Air Permits by Rule

A permit by rule is the state air authorization for activities that produce more than a de minimis level of emissions but too little for other permitting options. If you know the number of a PBR, use this index to find it and learn more about it.