Did you know that Ownership Change Forms should be filled out when facility acquisitions occur and/or company name changes take place? The Air Quality Division has attached the Change of Ownership Forms for Minor Sources and Title V Facilities below for your convenience. These forms need to be completed and mailed to the following address:
ATTN: Planning Section
Wyoming DEQ - Air Quality Division 200 W 17th St, Ste 300 Third Floor Cheyenne, WY 82002
It is important to submit completed ownership changes in a timely manner as IMPACT portal users will not have access to newly-acquired facilities until the completed forms are received and processed.
If you have any questions about ownership changes, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact a staff member by phone at 307-777-7391.
Below are forms associated with ownership change.
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The Air Quality Division proposed Rules and Regulations, State Implementation Plans, Air Quality Advisory Board Meetings, and the associated Public Notices may be found in the files below. If you have questions regarding any of the materials, please contact Amber Potts at 307-777-2489.
The Air Quality Division (Division) is requesting the Board’s consideration on proposed changes to the following Wyoming Air Quality Standards and Regulations (WAQSR):
Chapter 2 Ambient Standards
Chapter 3 General Emissions Standards
Chapter 4 State Performance Standards for Specific Existing Sources
Chapter 5 National Emission Standards
Chapter 8 Nonattainment Area Regulations
Chapter 11 National Acid Rain Program
Chapter 14 Emission Trading Program Regulations
The proposed rulemaking involves:
Removing outdated State Plan requirements that have been superseded by a Federal Plan in Chapter 4.
Revising the incorporation by reference sections in the aforementioned chapters of the WAQSR to incorporate all Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) citations as of July 1, 2023.
Various updates to chapter formatting, typographical revisions, and improvements to the general readability of the regulations that occur throughout the seven chapters.
The proposed revisions to all seven chapters involve changes to the Wyoming State Implementation Plan (SIP). The Division will submit these SIP revisions to the Environmental Protection Agency once the rule is adopted by the Governor.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, special assistance or alternative formats will be made available upon request for individuals with disabilities.