Air Permitting

Airpollution              Davis Bessie

 Many of the sources of air pollution are large facilities, such as petroleum refineries and chemical plants.  Pollutants such as sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxides, carbon monoxide, benzene, mercury and dioxin are emitted into the air each year. These pollutants make breathing difficult, form smog, impair visibility, and attack ecosystems. Some of these pollutants can cause serious health effects. Other pollution sources can be smaller, such as gasoline filling stations, dry cleaning operations, and paint spray booths. Several of these air pollution sources, particularly the larger sources, are required by federal measures to reduce emissions and to obtain air pollution permits to ensure compliance.  Click on the links below for more information concerining the permitting process.

Air Permitting Overview in Ohio:

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General Permit Program:

Permit To Install and Operate Applications (PTIO):

Title V Permitting Program:

Division of Air Pollution and Control Rules and Laws:


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Office of Compliance Assistance and Pollution Prevention:

Stack Test Methods:

Compilation of Air Pollution Emission Factors:


Permit Fees:



  • Chief of Air Resources: Karen Granata - 419.936.3015