Xổ số trực tiếp thành phốEGLE ensures that Michigan's air remains clean by regulating sources of air pollutants to minimize adverse impact on human health and the environment. Goals are to meet and maintain air quality standards, limit emissions of hazardous and toxic pollutants, and inform the public about current air conditions.
Xổ số trực tiếp thành phố The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) has closed its Central and District offices to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. However, EGLE staff continue to work to provide essential services. The Air Quality Division has developed guidance to assist the regulated community in continuing to meet their air quality obligations and submit necessary information in a timely manner.
Air Quality Compliance
The Air Quality Division regulates complex industrial processes emitting air pollutants. With regulations for these industries being equally complex, having access to compliance assistance resources is important. This page contains links to all Air Quality Division programs as well as to a variety of resources designed to help the regulated community.
Air Quality Programs
- Permits (PTI / NSR) Public Notice
- A Citizen's Guide to Participation in Michigan's Air Pollution Control Program
- Reporting Agricultural Air Quality Concerns
- Air Quality Division Delegations
- Enforcement Program
- Clean Air Assistance Program
- Michigan Guide to Environmental, Health, and Safety Regulations
- Conferences, Workshops, Webinars
- USEPA Air Quality Links
- Clean Air Ombudsman
- Facility Specific Information
Xổ số trực tiếp thành phốViolation Notices (VNs), Responses to VNs, Enforcement Documents, Inspection Reports, Stack Tests, Etc.
Compliance Resources by Topic
- Air Pollution Control Tax Exemptions
- Air Quality Requirements for Hospitals
- Air Quality Source Information
- Aluminum, Copper, and Other Non-Ferrous Foundry Area Sources
- Anhydrous Ammonia
- Boiler NESHAP - MACT & GACT for Major and Area Sources
- Boilers - NSPS
- Consumer Product Rules
- Dust and Fallout
- Electric Arc Furnace Steelmaking Area Sources
- Engine Guidance
- Fluorescent Light Bulb Crushers
- Food Manufacturing Facilities
- Lithographic Printers
- Metal Fabrication and Finishing Area Source NESHAP
- Metal Finishing Industry
- National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP): Iron and Steel Foundry Area Sources
- National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP): Gasoline Dispensing Facilities at Area Sources
- Nonmetallic Mineral Crushing Facilities Guidance
- Oil and Gas Industry
- Oil and Gas PTE Declaration Form
- Open Burning Information
- Paint Stripping and Miscellaneous Surface Coating Operations at Area Sources
- Renewable Operating Permit (ROP) Program Information
- Solvent Degreasing
- Surface Coating Operations
- Surface Coating of Miscellaneous Metal Parts and Products NESHAP
- Surface Coating of Plastic Parts and Products NESHAP
- Wood Furniture Manufacturing
- Woodburning & Air Quality
Michigan Air Emissions Reporting System: MAERS
The federal Clean Air Act requires that each state maintain an inventory of air pollution emissions for certain facilities and update this inventory every year. Michigan's emission inventory is collected annually using MAERS.
Xổ số trực tiếp thành phốEach year, approximately 2,000 facilities report emissions to MAERS. Emissions data is submitted to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) to be added to the national data bank. This information is used to track air pollution trends, determine the effectiveness of current air pollution control programs, serve as a basis for future year projections of air quality, track source compliance, provide information for permit review, and calculate the emissions portion of the air quality fee.
Annual Emissions Fees
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Air Monitoring Information
State Implementation Plan (SIP) & Attainment
States are responsible for developing plans and implementing programs to meet and maintain National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). Areas that meet the national ambient air quality standard are considered to be in "attainment" while areas in which air pollution levels persistently exceed ambient air quality standards may be designated "nonattainment." When NAAQS are tightened to better protect public health, some areas previously considered attainment may be designated to nonattainment even though monitoring shows that air quality continues to improve.
- General SIP Information and Helpful Links to Other Resources
- Programs (CSAPR, Greenhouse Gases, State Plans, Conformity, etc.)
- Attainment Status Map