Regulations adopted by the Forsyth County Commissioners help protect the quality of our air. These include local, state and federal air quality requirements limiting or controlling emissions from stationary sources of air pollution. While all must comply with Air Quality Regulations, certain facilities and businesses must also apply for Permits to Construct and Operate Air Pollution sources. Other facilities and businesses must register their air pollution source or submit notifications. You should contact us, if you think you may need an Air Quality Permit, need to Register, or need to submit a notification.
If your business, activity or facility emits substances into the outside air, you may need an Air Quality Permit. Permits set forth specific compliance obligations and meet federal and state requirements. Air quality permits ensure that permittees know what their air quality obligations are and how to comply with those obligations.
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