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AIR PERMIT APPLICABILITY DETERMINATION
Step 1 – Verification by the applicant: Applicant must review N.J.A.C. 7:27-8.2(c) to check if the equipment or source operation needs an air permit. An air permit is needed if the subject equipment or source operation matches with any of the listed categories and is not exempted pursuant to N.J.A.C. 7:27-8.2(d), (e) or (f).
Step 2 – Verification by the Department: If Step 1 did not address applicant’s specific situation and the applicant has questions regarding permit applicability, an Air Permit Applicability Determination form must be completed and submit it to the Department by email at pcpnotices@dep.nj.gov.
Air Permit Applicability Determination Form
 

GENERAL GUIDANCE

Become a Non-Major Facility

Boiler Derating

CEM Averaging Periods

CEMS for Oxidizers, THC Periodic Monitoring

Cold Cleaning Machines

Common Control Questionnaire

Dual Fuel Burners

Emergency Burning of Fuel Oil

Emergency Fire Pumps

E85 and N.J.A.C. 7:27-16 Applicability

Major Air Facilities - Summary of Title V Fees

Guidelines for Evaluating Proposed Emission Rates

Inclusion of Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) in Air Permits

Is the Air Clean Enough to Test My Emergency Generator?

Limiting Potential to Emit

Minimum Enclosed Combustion Chamber Temperature

Non-Catalytic Oxidizer Conditions

Operating Permit Renewals – Expiration Dates

PM 10 Emissions Testing & Limits

Process Monitor Downtime

RADIUS Emission Point Inventory Guidance – Atypical Sources

Reporting Thresholds

SOTA Applicability for Modified Sources

Stack Testing Averaging Periods

Stack Test Extensions

Startup-Shutdown-Malfunction

Temporary Equipment Procedure, Temporary Equipment Flow Chart, CRM Flow Chart

Transfer of Ownership and Name Change at a Title V Facility

 

Subchapter 18 Netting Analysis and Emission Credits

Banking and Securing Air Emission Credits - Guidance Document

Netting Analysis Form

Subchapter 18 Procedures for Modifications to Operating Permits

Using Emission Credits as Offsets

When to Require Submission of N.J.A.C. 7:27-18 Netting Analysis

 

Risk Assessment Guidance

Guidance on Determining Health Risks for Diesel Exhaust Particulates from Internal Combustion Engines

Health Risk for Diesel Particulates from Combustion Engines

Health Risk Assessment For Title V Permits, Health Risk Assessment For Title V Permits Flow Chart

Modeling Emergency Generators

Procedures to Conduct Risk Assessments to Determine the Incremental Health Risks

Risk Screening Tools

Stack Height Equivalent for Diesel Engines Health Screening

Stack Height Equivalents for Use in First Level Screening Analyses for Diesel Engines

Update to Guidance on Determining Health Risks for Diesel Exhaust Particulates from Internal Combustion Engines

Using the Risk Screening Worksheet for Facility-Wide Risk Assessment

 

Fence Line Monitoring Plan

Guidance Document

 

Testing & Monitoring – General Guidance

Use of Testing and Monitoring Guidance for Air Pollution Permits

 

Testing & Monitoring – Coal-Fired Boilers

Utility Boilers Testing & Monitoring

 

Testing & Monitoring – Combustion Equipment

Gaseous/Liquid Fuel Monitoring

Opacity Monitoring

Testing & Monitoring - Commercial Fuel

Testing & Monitoring - Refinery Gas/Landfill Gas

 

Testing & Monitoring – Combustion Turbines

Testing & Monitoring - Commercial Fuel

 

Testing & Monitoring – Reciprocating Engines

Periodic Monitoring Frequency Reduction

Testing & Monitoring – Diesel / #2 or lighter Fuel Oil / Bio-diesel

Testing & Monitoring – Landfill Gas / Digester Gas

Testing & Monitoring – Natural Gas / Propane