Does your operation release any emissions into the air (such as exhaust from burning fuel or airborne chemicals from processes or operations)? Whether a permit or registration is needed will depend on how much and what kind of emissions are being released, as well as where in the state the operation is located.
Air State Facility Permits (ASF)-These permits may be required by medium-sized commercial or industrial facilities or larger facilities that have agreed to limit emissions.
Air Title V (ATV) Facility Permits-These permits may be required at the largest facilities statewide, or at facilities located in those areas where state implementation plans are in place to improve air quality.
Air Facility Registrations (AFR)-A registration may be required for smaller operations that release emissions to the air, such as dry cleaners or body shops, or other operations which use equipment that can create emissions.
Modifying an existing permit
Access a draft or issued permit
- Draft ATV permits open for public comment
- Draft ASF permits open for public comment
- Issued ATV Permits
- Issued ASF Permits
Forms and Reporting
Are you required by permit to submit reports? Find out if you qualify for Electronic Reporting
Other regulated activities
• Outdoor Wood Boilers A permit is not required, but there are DEC regulations that govern the use of outdoor wood boilers.
• Open Burning: Burning of trash is illegal. Burning of brush may be allowed with restrictions. More information about controlled burns is available from the Division of Forest Protection.