PUBLIC NOTICE | Proposed Renewal of the Air Quality General Permit for Soil Vapor Extraction Units

ADEQ is proposing to renew the Air Quality General Permit for Soil Vapor Extraction Units. As General Permits are a type of permit that applies to a class of sources, they affect multiple sources throughout the state. These permits contain requirements from the Federal Clean Air Act, Arizona Revised Statute 49-426, the Arizona Administrative Code, Title 18, Chapter 2, and applicable regulations from Maricopa, Pima, and Pinal county codes.

The Air Quality Control General Permit for Soil Vapor Extraction Units is a renewal of the current permit. The Soil Vapor Extraction Units General Permit covers stationary or portable facilities. Facilities permitted under the proposed Soil Vapor Extraction Units General Permit may emit the following air contaminants: particulate matter, nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide, hydrochloric acid, dioxins, furans and volatile organic compounds.

Review Documents

Original Published Public Notice | View/Download >
Draft Permit | View/Download >
Draft Technical Support Document | View/Download >

Documents are also available for review at ADEQ's Records Center | Learn More > 

Public Comment Period 

Dates: May 12, 2021 – June 10, 2021

Written comments must include the name, mailing address, signature of commenter and/or their agent or attorney and clearly set forth reasons why the permit should or should not be issued. Grounds for comment are limited to whether the permit meets the criteria for issuance spelled out in the state air pollution control laws or rules.

Comments may be submitted as follows:

     By Email | Send Email > 
     By Mail (Must be postmarked or received by June 10, 2021):

       ADEQ
       Balaji Vaidyanathan
      1110 W. Washington Street, 5415B-3
       Phoenix, AZ  85007

People who file comments on the permit will have the right to appeal the final decision as an appealable agency action to the Office of Administrative Hearing (OAH) pursuant to §41.1092.03, and the appeal must be filed within 30 days after the issuance of the final decision. The OAH may sustain, modify or reverse the final decision