Air Permitting

CAA compliance for industrial and government facilities.

Title V of the Clean Air Act requires major sources of air pollutants, and certain other sources, to obtain and operate in compliance with an operating permit. Sources with these “title V permits” are required by the Act to certify compliance with the applicable requirements of their permits at least annually.

Industrial facilities include quarries, asphalt plants, mobile processing units, and low-temperature thermal desorption units. Fixed manufacturing / treatment facilities and chemical processing / storage facilities often require air permits under CAA.

The potential to emit priority pollutants and toxic substances is evaluated to determine if a facility is regulated under Major Source or Minor Source rules. Exemptions for specific emission units and processes are included in the evaluation. Smoke stack emission evaluations are provided as necessary.

See Regulatory Compliance for more information on Air Permitting.