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Environmental Health and Safety is responsible for ensuring the University’s compliance with federal and state clean air regulations as summarized in the Clean Air Act
Stationary sources of air pollution at the University campuses include:
Air emission permits are issued by the state of Delaware. These permits identify or establish operating and emission conditions for a source and notes required monitoring and record keeping needed to demonstrate compliance with the permit conditions. Air emission permits are classified according to the emission limitations of the permit:
Although the equipment users are ultimately responsible for compliance with air emission regulations, Environmental Health and Safety helps the University community manage the permit applications, record keeping, and monitoring requirements of the Clean Air Act.
Questions about the Clean Air Act, applying for an operating permit, and record keeping and monitoring requirements can be addressed to the Bill Harris at (302)-831-8274.