Permits, Certifications & Asbestos Notifications

This page contains links to permitting programs (including dust control, dust control training and subcontractor registration), tanker truck certification and asbestos notifications.
  1. Permit, Certification, etc., Types

    Types of permits, etc., issued by MCAQD, including asbestos notifications, dust training certification, and tanker truck certification.

  2. Permit Intake Locations

    A list of locations where permits can be submitted for Maricopa County Air Quality Department.

  3. Permit Engineering

    Information about air quality permits and the Permit Engineering Division, including division contacts and Planning Area maps.

  4. Asbestos

    Regulations for renovation and demolition projects that may involve friable asbestos, and procedures for filing asbestos NESHAP notifications.

  5. Burning Activities

    A list of the types of burning activities and the regulations on them, including how to apply for an open burn permit and how to burn responsibly.

  6. Dust Sources, Control and Training

    Information on the types of dust sources and the regulations that apply to each. Dust control training information and dust control permit applications.

  7. General Permit Information

    General Permits are an alternative to regular permits and simplify the process for authorizing operation.

  8. Non-Title V Permit Information

    Non-Title V permits are for regulated sources, such as graphic arts or surface coating operations, that are below Title V emission thresholds.

  9. Title V Permit Information

    Title V is a federal program designed to standardize air quality permits and the permitting process for major sources of emissions across the country.

  10. Subcontractor Registration

    Subcontractors engaged in dust-generating operations at sites subject to a Maricopa County dust control permit are required to register with the county.

  11. Tanker Truck Certification (Vapor Recovery)

    All gasoline delivery trucks in Maricopa County must pass an annual pressure test, and results must be submitted to the Air Quality Department.