Air Permitting, Compliance, and Reporting

Air quality issues have become broad in scope and increasingly complex in recent years. These issues have resulted in the need for technically strong, specialized environmental consultants who are capable of providing quality environmental consulting in a consistent and responsive manner.


PPM can provide professionals to address air quality issues at industries and businesses facing the unique challenges created by the Clean Air Act and applicable state regulations. PPM has extensive experience in the preparation of air permit applications ranging from initial applications for greenfield sites to renewals and major modifications of existing facilities, understands today’s complex environmental regulations, and can provide our clients with permits that not only meet their operational needs but do so while providing the least regulatory burden and the most operational flexibility.


Air Permitting, Compliance and Reporting Services


  • Title V Operating Permit Applications
  • Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) Applications
  • State Construction and Operating Permit Applications
  • Minor and Synthetic Minor Permit Applications
  • Standard and General Air Permit Applications
  • Standard Oil and Gas Air (SOGA) Permit Applications
  • Variance Requests
  • Requests for Authorization to Construct and Operate
  • Air Dispersion Modeling
  • Air Emissions Source Testing and Ambient Air Monitoring
  • Air Quality Monitoring
  • MACT Compliance

Contact PPM for Help With Air Permitting and Compliance


For more information, call PPM Consultant’s toll-free number at 1-800-761-8675 or contact us to get more information.

Air Compliance Case Study

A natural gas facility located on the Mississippi  River desired to expand operations by adding crude oil storage and loading capacity. PPM performed emission calculations for multiple scenarios involving the various possible tank configurations and physical properties for the product handled. PPM also reviewed historical documents for the facility to determine the actual control efficiency of the existing dock vapor combustion unit.


PPM then conducted a new source review netting analysis to confirm that the project would not trigger requirements for offsets or for public notice. PPM prepared the application, submitted it to the agency and followed up with the agency until permit approval.