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Air Quality Permits

Your business may impact the air quality in Albuquerque. Air Quality permits help businesses operate while protecting public health and our natural resources.

Asbestos

Compliance and Enforcement oversees asbestos removal in Albuquerque.

Asbestos removal is a regulated activity.

Fugitive Dust

Compliance and Enforcement helps minimize fugitive dust in Albuquerque.

Dust at construction sites can be managed.

Open Burn

Compliance and Enforcement helps minimize open burning in Albuquerque.

Burn piles larger than 3 square feet need a permit.

Stationary Source

Compliance and Enforcement regulate stationary source polutants in Albuquerque.

Stationary Sources of air pollution may be regulated.


Stationary Source Air Quality Permit Applications

Stationary Source Air Quality Permit applications open for Public Comment.

Applications in Public Comment


 

App # Name Comment On Comment Period Ends Related Documents
0599-M2 Costco Application April 24, 2017 View Public Notice
0953-M1 UNM Hospital Application April 28, 2017 View Public Notice
217-M6 CTS Electronic Components Program Analysis April 28, 2017 View Public Notice
0917-M4 Lovelace RRI South Application April 29, 2017 View Public Notice
1611-M1 Lovelace RRI North Application April 29, 2017 View Public Notice
0599-M2 Costco Program Analysis May 6, 2017 View Public Notice
3313 Signet Development Application May 26, 2017 View Public Notice
1199-M2 Western Refining Retail, LLC Program Analysis May 27, 2017 View Public Notice

Applicable Regulations

View air quality regulations applicable to operators in Albuquerque and Bernalillo County.