Does My Business Need An Air Pollution Control Permit?

Air pollution consists of nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulfur dioxide (SO 2), particulate matter (PM), carbon dioxide (CO), volatile organic material (VOM), hazardous air pollutants (HAP), green house gas (GHG), and lead (Pb). Therefore, equipment emitting any of these pollutants needs to be evaluated for purposes of Air Permits.

Does My Business Need an Air Pollution Control Permit?

Air Permit Applications and Guidance

After you have determined that you need an Air Pollution Control Permit (and type of Permit) based on the Section above, Air Permit Applications are provided below for everyone who is required to obtain an Air Permit.

Lifetime Permits, including the Registration of Smaller Sources (ROSS) program

Federal Enforceable State Operating Permit (FESOP) Permits

Clean Air Act Permit Program (CAAPP) Permits

Permit by Rule (PBR)

Annual Emission Reports

Information that may assist regulated sources compile their annual emissions report.

Annual Emission Report (AER)

Open Burning Permit Applications and Guidance

Open Burning Permits

Permit Tracking System

Do you want to review the status of your pending application? The Illinois EPA has provided an Air Permit Tracking System to assist.

Air Pollution Control Permit Tracking System

Agency Permit Tracking System - All Permit Types

Public Notices - Bureau of Air

BOA Public Notices

Additional Information

Permit streamlining project for minor construction permits

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