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General Permit Info

The General Permit program offers an alternative to regular permits and simplifies the process for authorizing operation. A source must first qualify for a General Permit before one will be issued.

The types of General Permits provided are:

Visit the Permit Applications page to find these and other Permit forms,
as well as resource information.

Small businesses may contact the department at (602) 506-5102 for assistance in completing a permit application package. Any business, regardless of size, may contact this number for technical guidance, permitting requirements, air toxics issues, maximum achievable control technology (MACT) rules, reasonably available control technology (RACT) and best available control technology (BACT) requirements, operation and maintenance (O&M) plans and other technical topics.