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Access to DEC Air Permits

Accessing the Language of Draft & Issued Permits

This page, through the links below, is intended to enable interested parties to view and print the language of draft and issued Title V facility permits. Selecting the appropriate link will generate a listing of the permits falling into the selected categories. Clicking on the DEC ID link for each permit in the generated list will cause the language of the permit to be displayed in "pdf" format. To view pdf files, you must have the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. Each permit can also be printed through the Acrobat Reader.
Note: Before printing lists, please set printer to landscape.

Issued Title V Permits

Draft Title V Permits

Issued State Facility Permits

Draft State Facility Permits

Background Information

Facilities that emit contaminants to the air in New York State, unless specifically exempted, are required to obtain a Title V permit, a state facility permit, or a registration certificate. The procedures for the Department's processing of permits applications are found in 6 NYCRR Part 621. These procedures require that draft permits be made available for comment by interested parties before being issued.

For the purposes of the Department's air permitting program, draft permits are official versions of permits whose initial development is complete, and that are being noticed and made available for public review and comment. All Title V permits are routinely made available for review as draft permits prior to being forwarded to the USEPA for their review. Notices regarding draft permits that are eligible for review and comment are published in the Environmental Notice Bulletin.

Issued permits are permits that have become final after the required notice and comment periods and have been issued. Title V permits are usually issued for a period of up to five years. State facility permits are issued for a period not to exceed ten years.


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