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Step 3

Complete & Submit Permit Application

When the facility has all of the necessary information, they fill out an application for an air pollution control permit and submit it to the DNR. (application forms*) A facility may contact the DNR, the DNR's Small Business Clean Air Assistance Program (SBCAAP), or a consulting firm for assistance with filling out the application. If the facility can show that they would incur undue economic hardship by having to wait to start construction, they can apply for a waiver that would allow them to start construction right away. However, they cannot begin operating their equipment until the permit is actually issued. Remember, there are no guarantees that a permit will be issued. Facilities applying for waivers should understand that they take on added risk that the equipment they install might not be able to be operated as constructed. Even if they have a waiver they still need to get a permit.

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