MINERAL/AGGREGATE PROCESSING PERMITTING TOOL
AVAILABLE FOR USE
An online tool for permitting mineral and aggregate processing operations is available to customers preparing applications for new, renewed, and revised air quality permits. This new tool combines equipment information and emissions calculations into one convenient worksheet that can be printed and included with air quality permit applications submitted to the Clark County Department of Air Quality.
Applicants should use the new online tool instead of the Emission Unit Worksheet for Mineral Processing that was previously available. This new online tool can be found where all stationary source permit forms are available on Air Quality's website.
Customers can refer to the May 4, 2018 workshop presentation for additional information. They can also get their questions answered by emailing or calling Air Quality Permitting using the contact information listed above.