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Agency: Environmental Quality

Michigan is one of 28 states that are required to control both fine particle pollution and ozone transport and subject to EPA's Clean Air Interstate Rule CAIR.  If you have any questions, please contact Tom Julien at 517-284-6750.

Clean Air Markets Division Data and Maps

On December 23, 2008, the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia has issued a remand for the EPA CAIR regulations and removed the vacatur.  This means that CAIR is back in play and the CAIR NOx annual program became effective on January 1, 2009.  The CAIR NOx ozone season begins in May of 2009. 

CAIR RELATED DOCUMENTS

Permit Applications 
CAIR NOx Annual Permit Application 
CAIR NOx Annual Permit Application (pdf) 
CAIR NOx Ozone Season Permit Application 
CAIR NOx Ozone Season Permit Application (pdf) 
CAIR SO2 Permit Application 
CAIR SO2 Permit Application (pdf) 

Allocation Request Forms
CAIR NOx Annual New Source Allocation Request 
CAIR NOx Annual New Source Allocation Request (pdf) 
CAIR NOx CSP Early Reduction Allocation Request 
CAIR NOx CSP Early Reduction Allocation Request (pdf) 
CAIR NOx CSP Hardship Allocation Request 
CAIR NOx CSP Hardship Allocation Request (pdf) 
CAIR NOx Ozone Season New Source Allocation Request 
CAIR NOx Ozone Season New Source Allocation Request (pdf) 
CAIR NOx Renewable Allocation Request 
CAIR NOx Renewable Allocation Request (pdf) 


 If you have problems with these downloads, please contact Kirsten Clemens at 269-567-3548.

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