You have identified equipment and processes at your facility that are sources of air pollution, and submitted applications for these sources to Ohio EPA or your local air agency. Now that you have received your air permit, have you met all your regulatory requirements under Ohio EPA’s air program? Not exactly.
Your air permit is your written authorization from Ohio EPA (or local air agency) to install and operate equipment or conduct activities that release pollutants into the air. Your permit includes all conditions and requirements to operate your air pollution source in accordance with state and federal air quality requirements. This article from Ohio EPA will help you understand common air permit requirements and steps you can take to improve your compliance. 12/5/2016