|The Air Division is responsible for ensuring that air quality within Mississippi is protective of public health and welfare. The division is charged with controlling, preventing, and abating air pollution to achieve compliance with air emission regulations pursuant to the Mississippi Air and Water Pollution Control Act, applicable regulations promulgated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Federal Clean Air Act.|
All air permitting is handled in the MDEQ Environmental Permits Division (EPD). For more information on Air Permitting click here. To access EPD’s staff directory, click here .
|New Air Quality Standards and Attainment |
|For a brief overview of new air quality standards and attainment click here.|
|MDEQ's programs to protect against asbestos air emissions encompass:
|MDEQ's program that regulates environmental hazards from lead-based paint.
|Air Quality Standards and Planning|
|MDEQ's Air Division maintains, develops and implements air quality and emissions standards. The Air Division also maintains an inventory of air emissions for air quality analysis, modeling and planning.
|MDEQ's programs that provide statewide measurement of criteria and hazardous air pollutants.
|Hazardous Air Pollutants|
|MDEQ programs address the hazardous air pollutants defined by the Federal Clean Air Act.
|All air permitting is handled in the MDEQ Environmental Permits Division (EPD). |
For more information concerning Air permits, forms and applications, click here.
|Title V Fees Development|
|The Air Division currently handles administrative procedures for establishing the annual Title V fee and the annual emissions reporting for fee assessment. For more information concerning the development of the annual Title V fee and details on completing the annual emission reporting form, click here.|
|Other Air Issues|
|For a complete listing of MDEQ Air Division staff click here.|