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CAA Permitting in Maryland

Clean Air Act permitting in Maryland is the shared responsibility of the Maryland Department of the Environment and EPA Region 3. For more information about responsible agencies see below.

Responsible Area


Agency Office

Mr. George "Tad" Aburn, Director
Air & Radiation Management AdministrationExit
Maryland Department of the Environment
Montgomery Park Business Center
1800 Washington Boulevard
Baltimore, MD 21230
phone: 410-537-3255
fax: 410-537-3391

Maryland Air Permitting Information and Contacts

Air Quality Permits Program Contact InformationExit

Air Quality Permits ProgramExit

Air Quality General Permits to Construct Application FormsExit

Permits to Construct and Operate Application Forms Exit

Title V Program InformationExit

Draft Part 70 Permit Comment Periods Opportunity for Public ReviewExit

Issued Part 70 PermitsExit

Approved State Implementation Plan (Federal Construction Permit Authority)