An online tool for permitting mineral and aggregate processing operations is available to customers preparing stationary source applications for new, renewed, and revised air quality permits. This tool combines equipment information and automated emissions calculations into one convenient worksheet that can be printed and included with applications submitted to the Clark County Department of Air Quality (DAQ).
Applicants should begin using this online tool instead of the Mineral Processing worksheet, which will be available for a limited time only. This new online tool can be found where all stationary source permit forms are listed on DAQ's website. Effective January 1, 2019, DAQ will not accept any application for mineral processing that does not use this tool for emission unit information and calculations.
Questions can be answered by emailing or calling DAQ Permitting using the contact information listed above.