Why do I need an Air Quality Individual Permit?
This permit is used for facilities that do not qualify for a general permit, and covers both class I and class II permits. This permit includes all industrial activities not covered under a general permit, that emit air pollution in excess of the permitting standards and/or that trigger federal requirements. This permit is valid for five years from the date of issuance.
Air Quality Individual Permit–New, Renewal and Revision Application–Class I | View/Download >
Air Quality Individual Permit–New, Renewal and Revision Application–Class II | View/Download >
Facility Change without a Permit Revision Notification Form–Class I | View/Download >
Facility Change without a Permit Revision Notification Form–Class II | View/Download >
Class I & II–Schedule of Fees Summary | View/Download >
Tips for Submitting Your Application
To help keep permitting timelines and costs on track and prevent any rework following application submittal, ADEQ developed a presentation outlining the most common application errors and how to prevent them | View/Download Top 10 Tips for Submitting a Complete Air Quality Permit Application >
Not sure if your facility will require an air quality permit or registration?
No problem—Submit the Air Quality Permit Determination Request Form for an evaluation of your facility's air quality permitting requirements.
Air Quality Permit Determination Request | View/Download >
NOTE TO POTENTIAL AIR QUALITY PERMITTEES: If you may need more than one permit to cover your facility operations, you must contact the ADEQ Air Quality Division for evaluation and permitting of your entire facility’s emissions sources.
This listing may not be comprehensive depending upon the specifics of your facility. Additional permits or registrations may be needed, therefore ADEQ recommends you contact the Permit Liaisons (or just ADEQ if we don’t have a list of liaison contacts) if unsure of permit requirements.