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Geothermal Air Quality in Alaska

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At a Glance

Jurisdiction: Alaska

State Air Permit Process: The Air Permit process in Alaska is divided into two divisions: Title I and Title V. The Title I program deals with air construction permits and is specific to minor sources. The Title V program issues operating permits, along with permit avoidance approvals. Both programs work together during the permitting process and specify what construction is allowed, what emission limits must be met, and often how the source can be operated. [1][2]

Air Permit Agency: Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation


State Air Quality Process

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Local Air Quality Process

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Policies & Regulations


  1. Title 46 Alaska Statutes (1971).
  2. Title 18 Alaska Administrative Code Chapter 50 Air Quality Control (2004).

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