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For additional information or assistance with notifying the DNR, contact:
Barbara Pavliscak
608-267-7540

Notifying the DNR Air Program about administrative facility changes

Facilities holding air permits must notify the DNR Air Management Program about changes to the facility name, ownership, parent company or responsible official.

Note: There is a different process to follow if you are closing down a facility with air permits.

Notification

To notify the DNR Air Management Program of the change, send a letter or email that includes the following information to the address below on or soon after the date the change.

  • Facility Identification (FID) Number
  • Old facility name and new facility name (if changing)
  • Facility location address
  • Old owner and new owner (if changing)
  • Old responsible official and new responsible official (if changing), including:
    • Name
    • Title
    • Mailing address
    • Email address
    • Phone number
  • Date the change(s) occurred

Send information to:

Emission Inventory Team Leader, AM/7
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
101 S Webster St
PO Box 7921
Madison WI 53707
DNRAirNotification@Wisconsin.gov

Upon receipt of the notification, Air Program staff will enter the new facility information into the department system and the update will be reflected in the next permit that is issued for the facility.

It is not required, but a facility in the midst of making such changes may request an administrative permit revision that reflects the new information, or the department may decide to revise a permit in the interest of clarity or ensuring continued compliance under new ownership. Regardless, the new owner is responsible for continuing to meet all applicable requirements and permit conditions.

There are no fees associated with the notification of changes or any resulting permit revisions.

Additional obligations

A facility undergoing administrative changes may be subject to additional environmental obligations. An owner selling or purchasing a facility should demonstrate due diligence in identifying and managing any environmental liabilities.

For more information, visit the Small Business Environmental Assistance Program Property transfers page.

Last revised: Monday February 01 2016