Air Quality Source InformationContact: See Below Agency: Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy
The Air Quality Division posts information about facilities regulated by state and federal air quality regulations in the State of Michigan. This information includes, but is not limited to, Permits to Install (PTI), Renewable Operating Permits (ROP), inspection reports, stack test report executive summaries, enforcement documents, annual emissions reports, and air quality actions open for comment*.
Facility Information (Permits, Violations, Emissions Testing, and More)
Facility files (including asbestos and dry cleaning sources) consist of minor and major source air permits, emissions testing, violation notices and responses, compliance evaluations, staff activity reports, and more. Facility information is updated with any existing new files every Monday.
Sources are identified by State Registration Number (SRN), an Unidentified Facility Number (beginning with the letter "U"), or an Establishment Number (beginning with the letters "EN") and are sorted by:
And for asbestos files only:
Facility-Specific Web Pages
- Arbor Hills Landfill
- Centurion Medical, Inc.
- Diamond Chrome Plating
- Graphic Packaging International, LLC
- Viant Medical, Inc.
The Annual Air Emissions Query contains historical air emission information from facilities required to report air emissions on an annual basis.
Facilities with air permits are sorted by State Registration Number (SRN), name, or location.
Here is a list of pending PTI applications currently undergoing engineer review.
Actions Open for Public Comment
- Consent Orders
- Rules and State Implementation Plans
- Acid Rain and Clean Air Interstate Rule (CAIR) Permits
- Air Toxics
How Available Files are Named*
|File Name||File Type|
|SRN_ASBVN||Asbestos Violation Notices|
|EN_DCVN||Dry Cleaning Violation Notices|
|SRN_TEST||Stack Test Report Executive Summaries|
|Response to Violation Notice
(ASB = Abestos)
|SRN_SEM||Surface Emission Monitoring|
* If a link leads to a page with only "parent directory" showing, this indicates that no documents are available currently for this source. Information may be available pre-dating October 1, 2013, and can be requested via FOIA.
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