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Standard Air Permits

Permits for specific, well-characterized classes of facilities. If a standard permit fits your operations, you may choose this permitting option.

Updated Information All permits must be submitted online via STEERS as of February 1, 2018. Further information can be found at Guidance for STEERS.

March 10, 2011: Implementation of New Non-Rule Air Standard Permit for Pollution Control Projects On February 9, 2011, the TCEQ adopted a new non-rule standard permit for pollution control projects.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Air Quality Pollution Control Projects

Describes how a pollution control project will be permitted and helps you use the tools needed to get authorized.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Anhydrous Ammonia Storage and Distribution Operations

Use this information to claim the Air Quality Standard Permit for Anhydrous Ammonia Storage and Distribution Operations.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Animal Carcass Incinerators

Links to forms and other information needed to claim the Air Quality Standard Permit for Animal Carcass Incinerators.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Boilers

Describes how a boiler with a heat input of greater than 40 MMBtu, may be authorized by a standard permit and provides links to the forms needed to get authorized.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Concrete Batch Plants with Enhanced Controls

Describes how a concrete batch plant with enhanced controls will be permitted and helps you use the tools needed to get authorized.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Cotton Gin Facilities and Cotton Burr Tub Grinders

Use this information to claim the Air Quality Standard Permit for Cotton Gin Facilities and Cotton Burr Tub Grinders.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Dry Bulk Fertilizer Handling Operations

Use this information to claim the Air Quality Standard Permit for Dry Bulk Fertilizer Handling Operations.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Electric Generating Units

Quick checklist for determining whether this standard permit fits your facility. Links to relevant forms, guidelines, and the standard permit itself.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Feedmills, Portable Augers, and Hay Grinders

Use this information to claim the Air Quality Standard Permit for Feedmills, Portable Augers, and Hay Grinders.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Grain Elevator/Grain Handling Operations and Portable Grain Augers

Use this information to claim the Air Quality Standard Permit for Grain Elevator/Grain Handling Operations and Portable Grain Augers.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills

This page provides links to the rule regarding an Air Quality Standard Permit for Municipal Solid Waste Landfills, as well as a link to the form required to claim this standard permit.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Oil and Gas Handling and Production Facilities

Links to the rule and detailed information on the Standard Permit for Oil and Gas Handling and Production Facilities.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Peanut-Handling Operations

Use this information to claim the Air Quality Standard Permit for Peanut-Handling Operations.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Permanent Hot Mix Asphalt Plants

Links to forms and guidance. Standard permit for permanent hot mix asphalt plants.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Permanent Rock and Concrete Crushers

Standard permit guidance and forms for permanent rock and concrete crusher plants.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Sawmills

Links to information needed to claim the Air Quality Standard Permit for Sawmills.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Temporary Hot Mix Asphalt Plants

Links to forms and guidance. Standard permit for temporary hot mix asphalt plants.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Temporary Rock and Concrete Crushers

Standard permit guidance and forms for temporary rock and concrete crushers.

Air Quality Standard Permit for Temporary and Permanent Polyphosphate Blenders

Use this information to claim the Air Quality Standard Permit for Temporary and Permanent Polyphosphate Blenders.

Standard Permit for Concrete Batch Plants

Links to forms and guidance. Standard permit for plants that produce no more than 300 cu yd/h and no more than 6,000 cu yd/day(if a specialty plant, 30 cu yd/h) and are equipped with adequate suction shrouds and filters.

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