Puget Sound Clean Air Agency
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Businesses often need a permit from this agency before constructing a new facility, or before installing or modifying equipment that generates or emits air pollution. Many of these permit applications are subject to public comment.

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A provision for public comment allows the public to become part of the permitting process and to impact its outcome. All comments relevant to the proposed permit conditions will be considered. Comments can be submitted to the identified addressees electronically or in writing and must be received before the end of the identified comment period.


Permits open for comment

You may request a public comment on these projects during their 30-day public comment period.


Approved Air Operating Permits

A list of Title V sources registered with the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency.


New Construction Projects

You may request a public comment on these applications during their 15-day public comment period.