List of Applications & Forms
This page contains permit applications, notification forms, and other paperwork used to work with the Air Quality Program.
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Part 41 Implementation
These documents apply to anyone who is seeking a new permit, or revising or modifying their current permit as of JANUARY 1st 2014.
|Presentation(PowerPoint 56MB)||A PowerPoint presentation covering the basics of the Part 41 Implementation.|
|20.11.41(445KB)||A copy of the new regulations|
|FAQ(MS Word 45KB)||A list of Frequently Asked Questions regarding Part 41|
|Pre-Permit Meeting Request form(MS Word 195KB)||Form to apply for the required pre-permit application meeting with the Air Quality Department|
|Pre-Permit Meeting Checklist(MS Word 283KB)||Checklist for the required pre-permit application meeting with the Air Quality Department|
|Notice of Intent to Construct form||Form for providing public notice to Neighborhood Associations and/or Coalitions|
|Public Notice Sign Guidelines Checklist(MS Word 283KB)||Checklist for Public Notice Sign Guidelines|
|Permit Application Checklist(MS Word 281KB)||Checklist for completing an Air Quality Permit Application|
|Annual Permit Fees||List of annual permit fees.|
|All source registration, authority-to-construct, and operating permit applications for stationary or portable sources shall be charged an application review fee.|
|Application Checklist||MS Word (281KB)||Checklist for completing Air Quality Permit Applications.|
|Air Quality Permit - Long Form||MS Word (305KB)||Long Application for Air Pollutant Sources in Bernalillo County.|
|Air Quality Permit - Short Form||MS Word (192KB)||Short Application for Air Pollutant Sources in Bernalillo County.|
|Relocation Notice||MS Word (245KB)||Required for each relocation by all portable sand/gravel, rock crushing and asphalt plants.|
|Gasoline Fleet Retail/Fuel Dispensing Application||MS Word (124KB)||Application for source registration and authority-to-construct permits for fuel dispensing stations located in Bernalillo County.|
Specialized Air Quality Permits
|Emergency Use Only: If the diesel engine is subject to NSPS Subpart IIII, and the engine will be used only for emergency use, then this form should be used.|
|Non-Emergency Generator Application||MS Word (503kb)||Normal (Non-Emergency) Use: If the diesel engine is subject to NSPS Subpart IIII, and the engine will not be used for emergency use, then this form should be used.|
|Internal Combustion - Emergency Engine/Generator Application||MS Word (377kb)||Emergency Use Only: For emergency non-NSPS internal combustion engines, please use this application.|
|Internal Combustion – Non-Emergency Engine/Generator Application||MS Word (377kb)||Normal (Non-Emergency) Use: For non-emergency non-NSPS internal combustion engines, please use this application|
Learn more about regulations for generators.
Public Records, Ownership Transfer, Stationary Source Cancellation
|Form to be used to file an Initial Report or Final Report due to an excess emission event. This form replaces the Part 90 Section 12, Breakdown Notification Form.|
|Request to Inspect Public Records Form||Form to be used when requesting to inspect public records.|
|Transfer of Ownership & Permit/Registration Requirements||Form to be used to request a transfer of ownership which will not result in any changes in the operations of a permitted or registered stationary source|
|Request To Cancel A Stationary Source Permit or Registration||Form to be used to cancel/close the operations of a permitted or registered stationary source|
Before downloading, learn more about Asbestos Demolition and Removal Requirements.
Learn more about fugitive dust regulations and techniques for control.
|(310kb)||Application for a fugitive dust control permit in Bernalillo County - Construction Application.|
|(228kb)||Application for a fugitive dust control permit in Bernalillo County - Programmatic Application.|
PB 1 and 2 Waiver Request Form
|MS Word 242kb||The burner shall fill out this waiver request form completely if requesting a waiver from a requirement that can be waived by the Department.|
|Smoke Management PB-I R1||MS Word 175kb||This registration form shall be filled out completely by any users of prescribed fire that intend to burn or do burn more than ten (10) acres, or more than 1,000 cubic feet but less than 5,000 cubic feet of pile volume of vegetative material per day or emits less than one ton of PM10 emissions per day.|
|Smoke Management PB-II R1 Registration||MS Word 294kb||This registration form shall be filled out completely by any users of prescribed fire that intend to burn or do burn more than ten (10) acres, or more than 1,000 cubic feet, but greater than 5,000 cubic feet of pile volume of vegetative material per day or emits one (1) ton or more of PM10 emissions per day.|
|Smoke Tracking Form||MS Word 175kb||This form is to be completed the day of the burn and shall be submitted to the Department within two weeks following completion of burn project. For PB-I and PB-II burns.|
|Smoke Management PB-II ERT Form||MS Word 217kb||The burner shall implement at least one Emission Reduction Technique (ERT)to be used in conjunction with fire and do not replace fire.|
|Part 21 Conditional Open Burn Form||MS Word 216kb||This form shall be filled out completely to provide notification to the Department for open burns, and shall comply with local fire and safety codes.|
|Part 21 Single and Multiple Event Open Burn Form||MS Word 233kb||This form shall be filled out completely by a person seeking a multiple or single event open burn permit.|
|Ventilation Category (Excel)
||Use this form to document the ventilation category for the burn for all burn days. This form will be used for informational purposes to determine the number of times the ventilation was good or better and how often the waiver needed to be implemented.|
|Visual Monitoring (Excel)||Use this form to document the visual monitoring for the burn for poor ventilation category burn days. It will meet your requirements for documenting visual monitoring on the day of the burn.|
|90 Day Permit Issuance Guidance||The purpose of this document is to provide interim guidance for authority-to-construct permit application subject to the ninety (90) day permit action requirements currently implemented.|
|Fugitive Dust Civil Penalty Policy||This policy establishes a four step process that may be used to determine the amount of a civil penalty.|
|New Source Review Permitting Policy for Preconstruction Activities||This file is a list of activities that can and cannot be performed at a proposed construction site or within the plant perimeter before issuance of the new source construction permit.|
|Stationary Source Civil Penalty Policy||This policy establishes a four step process that may be used to determine the amount of a civil penalty|
|Internal Combustion Emergency Policy||All internal combustion engines on equipment utilized as the primary power source, secondary power source or as standby emergency units, which emit greater than 2000 pounds of any regulated pollutant must obtain a source registration or an authority-to-construct permit or both.|
|Sand & Gravel Aggregate Policy||This document is the policy for permitting equipment associated with sand and gravel/aggregate processes and operations, whether or not subject to NSPS Subpart OOO.|
|Title 5 Operating Permit Application||Title Five Operating permit application for businesses within Bernalillo County.|
|Title V Operating Permits List of Insignificant Activities||Title V Operating Permits List of Insignificant Activities|
Learn more about Emissions Inventory and submit using the Emissions Inventory Submission page.