Written Programs

State and federal law require air quality permits for operations that emit pollutants in the air by small and large facilities. New air quality permits are needed for: any equipment that may cause air pollution; modifications of existing permitted equipment; existing permitted equipment at a facility with a new owner; permitted equipment that is transferred from one location to another; installation of abatement equipment used to control emissions. Typical emission that require permits may include boilers, emergency and standby generators, laboratory chemicals, paint booths, and solvent operations. Du-All Safety is available to assistance with obtaining air permits for your operations.

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