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Accidental Release Prevention/Risk Management Plan

Visit the Accidental Release Prevention/Risk Management Plan page for information regarding regulations and guidance from chemical accident prevention at facilities using substances that pose the greatest risk of harm from accidental releases.

What are the sources of air pollution in Florida?

Air pollution comes from two broad categories of sources: stationary sources, like power plants, pulp mills and other facilities; and mobile sources, like cars and trucks.

Who is responsible for air permitting in Florida?

Select the Permits tab to see more information on air permitting programs in Florida, and get contact information for specific industry types or permitting offices. View Permits Online! Search for permits facilities in Florida and view their air permits using the Air Permit Document Search (APDS).

Who is responsible for air compliance in Florida?

Select the Compliance tab to see more information on air compliance programs in Florida, and get contact information for specific industry types or compliance offices. The compliance offices are part of the six districts and eight approved local programs. Compliance reports should be submitted only to these offices and EPA if required.

Are the sources of air pollution in compliance with state and federal regulations?

Select the Compliance tab to find out more information, on air compliance activities in Florida. Find out if a facility is in compliance using the Air Compliance and Enforcement Search (AirInfo).

How much air pollution comes from each source?

Select the Inventory tab to view information on the statewide facility inventory program.

What are the requirements in Florida regarding Asbestos?

Select the Asbestos tab to view information about asbestos removal program under Chapter 62-257, Florida Administrative Code.

Has the division developed any other resources to assist regulated facilities or the public in getting more information?

The division has many online resources available for additional information on emissions sources. The Small Business Environmental Assistance Program provides compliance assistance with environmental regulations to small businesses   There are also electronic tools available for Electronic Permit Submittal and Processing and Electronic Annual Operating Reports  or online searches of facility permitting, compliance information.

Do you have a complaint regarding air pollution?

For complaints regarding compliance for permitted facilities, odor, dust, smoke, and asbestos, please contact a DEP District Office or Local Air Program in your area.

Last updated: September 19, 2016


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