Rules and Forms
Where can I find information on Florida's air rules, including
regulatory development projects, guidance, and related information?
The Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has adopted rules in the Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.) for the control of air pollutant emissions in the state. These rules are updated
through regulatory projects that offer opportunities for public participation.
DEP also implements the federal Clean Air Act (CAA) in Florida through regulatory
projects that respond to various
requirements of the federal law: in
particular, the requirement that states
develop and update a State Implementation
Plan (SIP) for attaining and maintaining
compliance with national ambient air quality
- Current Air Rules
Find current versions of
DEP's air rules.
2013-2014 Annual Regulatory Plan
Find information on air regulatory projects, including current and recently completed rule development projects,
proposed SIP revisions, and projects of historical interest. Also find the latest Air
Regulatory Projects Update memorandum, and information on how to join our e-mail distribution list for these updates.
Where can I find the regulatory forms I need?
All air regulatory forms are available for download
in Word or PDF format. Electronic versions of
several of the forms are available, and DEP
encourages their use. Each form is identified
by its rule number.
- Regulatory Forms by Category and Rule Number
Find air permit application forms, air general permit registration forms, various Title V program forms, the Annual Operating Report form and other stationary-source related forms. Also find the Notice of Demolition or Asbestos Renovation form.
Where can I find information on state and federal clean air laws?
The legal authority for Florida's air resource management program is embodied in the Florida Statutes (F.S.)
and the federal Clean Air Act.
Access relevant sections of the Florida Statutes.
- Clean Air Act
Obtain information on the federal Clean
May 15, 2015