Stellantis Facilities (formerly FCA)

Contact: Clean Air Assistance Program, 800-292-4706
Agency: Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy

Stellantis Facility Locations

Air Quality Information

Stellantis, also known as FCA or Fiat Chrysler America, operates automotive manufacturing at numerous locations on the east side of Michigan. The making of a car is a complicated process that requires many steps and thousands of parts.

Not every location makes every part of the car as different machines and expertise is needed to finish the car. Many locations have processes with air emissions and must comply with air quality rules and regulations, have air permits, and have regular inspections by EGLE staff. This webpage lays out the different locations and provides links and information about each location.

If you have concerns about any of the facilities listed below or other air quality concerns:

 

Community Update Meeting

Update on Air Quality Investigation at Stellantis - Detroit Assembly Complex

The online meeting will be on Thursday, January 27, 2022, at 6:00 PM EDT. There are two ways to join the meeting:

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Pre-register any time or join on January 27 at https://bit.ly/34rgxYL.

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at 636-651-3142 and use conference code 374288.

 

More information is in the Community Update Meeting flyer.

Facility Information

Detroit Assembly Complex

The Detroit Assembly Complex consists of the Mack Assembly and the Jefferson North Assembly Plants. The Mack Assembly plant has recently been converted from an engine plant to an assembly plant. Operations at these two locations now primarily include painting and assembly. Information is available on inspections, stack test, violation notices, and the company's response to those violations. The company also has several air permits rolled into a Renewable Operating Permit.

Mack Assembly Plant (formerly Mack Engine Plant) Historic Information: Almost all equipment contained in this plant has been retired with the switch from engine work to assembly work. Information is available on inspections, stack test, violation notices, and the company's response to those violations. The company also has several air permits rolled into a Renewable Operating Permit.

Updates

  • Autumn 2021: Recent compliance activity has included September 20, 2021, October 20, 2021, and November 3, 2021 violation notices. These violations were related to odors and improperly installed equipment.
  • November 18, 2021: EGLE has started escalated enforcement against Stellantis related to violations above.
  • November 22, 2021: At EGLE's request, the United States Environmental Protection Agency did mobile air monitoring on November 16 and 17 using their Geospatial Measurement of Air Pollution (GMAP) vehicle. Results of the monitoring and the evaluation can be found in their GMAP Report for November 19, 2021. Please note that canister samples collected during this monitoring are still being analyzed by laboratory staff. These results will be added as soon as they become available.
  • November 22 & December 8, 2021: The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) contractors conducted air sampling near the facility. The samples from November 22 have been analyzed by laboratory staff and the results have been provided to MDHHS. The samples collected on December 8 are being analyzed by laboratory staff. The results and an evaluation of the results from these sampling events will be added in January 2022.
  • December 21, 2021: Stellantis notified EGLE that corrections has been made to the assembly line ductwork. The ductwork is now venting emissions to the control devices, as the air permit required. EGLE and MDHHS continue to investigate odors and evaluate air sampling results.
  • January 11, 2022: Stellantis has submitted the Detroit Assembly Complex Mack Odor Investigation, Analysis, and Mitigation Plan as part of their response to the violation notices. EGLE is reviewing the plan.
  • January 12, 2022: EGLE will host an on-line community meeting to talk with the public about air sampling activities around the Stellantis - Detroit Assembly Complex in Detroit, Michigan. The online meeting will be on Thursday, January 27, 2022, at 6:00 PM EST. The meeting will be recorded and the recording posted soon. A link will be provided when it is available.

Warren Truck Assembly Plant

The Warren Truck plant is an automotive assembly plant. Operations primarily include painting and assembly.

  • Recent compliance activity has included a November 1, 2021 violation notice. This violation notice was related to improperly installed equipment.  A response to the violation notice dated November 22, 2021, was received by our office.

Information is available on inspections, stack test, violation notices, and the company's response to those violations. The company also has several air permits rolled into a Renewable Operating Permit.

Warren Stamping Plant

The Warren Stamping Plant is metal stamping and shaping plant that makes larger metal automotive parts. Information is available on inspections, stack test, violation notices, and the company's response to those violations. The company also has several air permits. This location is included in the Renewable Operating Permit for the Warren Truck Assembly Plant.

Sterling Heights Assembly Plant

The Sterling Heights Assembly Plant is an automotive assembly plant. Operations primarily include painting and assembly. Information is available on inspections, stack test, violation notices, and the company's response to those violations. The company also has several air permits rolled into a Renewable Operating Permit.

Sterling Heights Stamping Plant

The Sterling Heights Stamping Plant is metal stamping and shaping plant that makes larger metal automotive parts. Information on inspections, and if applicable, stack tests, violation notices and the company's response to those violations, is available. Information is available on inspections, stack test, violation notices, and the company's response to those violations. This location does not currently have any air permits or renewable operating permits.

Trenton Engine Plant

The Trenton Engine Plant builds and tests automotive engines. Information is available on inspections, stack test, violation notices, and the company's response to those violations. The company also has several air permits rolled into a Renewable Operating Permit.

FCA / Chrysler Technology Center

FCA Tech Center performs research and development for automobile, light duty truck, and vehicle component manufacturing. Operations include dynamometer test cells, pilot assembly processes, test painting, and various lab activities. Information is available on inspections, stack test, violation notices, and the company's response to those violations. The company also has several air permits rolled into a Renewable Operating Permit.

Dundee Engine Plant

The Dundee Engine Plant builds and tests automotive engines. Information is available on inspections, stack test, violation notices, and the company's response to those violations. The company also has several air permits rolled into a Renewable Operating Permit.

FCA US, LLC

This facility has a permit to install for several back-up generators.

 

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