Illinois Fugitive Emissions: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Fugitive particulate matter emissions: 35 Illinois Administrative Code (IAC) 212.302 to 212.316

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Operating program: 35 IAC 212.310

Recordkeeping and reporting: 35 IAC 212.316

Visible emissions: 35 IAC 212.316

Fugitive volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions: 35 IAC 215, 35 IAC 218, and 35 IAC 724

Odor: 35 IAC 245.100 to 245.121

Inedible rendering processes: 35 IAC 245.120

Regulatory Agencies

Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (IEPA) Bureau of Air Division of Air Pollution Control

IEPA Bureau of Land Division of Land Pollution Control

See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.

See national section for basic information and federal regulations.

Comparison: State vs. Federal

Rules. Applicable sources in Illinois must follow the federal new source performance standards and the national emission standards for hazardous air pollutants, which contain source-specific standards for the control of fugitive emissions. In addition, IEPA has developed its own regulations for the control of fugitive particulate matter and volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions, as well as visible emissions and odor. IEPA has established standards based on the location of the fugitive emissions sources and the attainment status of the area where the sources are located.

Administration and enforcement. IEPA's Division of Air Pollution Control is responsible for the administration and enforcement of the state's fugitive emissions regulations. IEPA's Division of Land Pollution Control oversees the regulation of hazardous waste storage, treatment, and disposal facilities.

State Requirements


35 IAC 212.302 to 212.316

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