Iowa Title V: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

Non-Title V operating permits:

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Permit-by-rule for small sources: IAC 567-22.300(455B)

De minimis sources: IAC 567-22.300(4)(455B)

Spray booth permit-by-rule: IAC 567-22.8(455B)

Title V operating permits: IAC 567-22.101(455B) to 567-22.116(455B) and 40 CFR 70 Appendix A

Applicability: IAC 567-22.102(455B) and IAC 567-22.105(1)(455B)

Application requirements: IAC 567-22.105(2)(455B)

Action on an application: IAC 567-22.107(455B)

Permit fees: IAC 567-22.106(455B)

Regulatory Agencies

Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Environmental Services Division Air Quality Bureau

Linn County Public Health Department Air Quality Division

Polk County Public Works Air Quality Division

See ADDRESSES & CONTACTS for addresses and telephone numbers.

See national section for basic information and federal regulations.

Comparison: State vs. Federal

Rules. Iowa is authorized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to administer its own air emissions permit program, which requires major sources to obtain a Title V operating permit and pay the applicable permit fees. The Iowa Title V operating permit program follows the federal provisions, including provisions establishing greenhouse gas permitting thresholds, and received full approval from the EPA.

In addition, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) allows major sources with actual emissions below major source thresholds to limit their potential to emit by obtaining a permit-by-rule for small sources.

Administration and enforcement. The Air Quality Bureau of DNR's Environmental Services Division administers and enforces the state's air emissions permitting rules. The local air quality agencies are responsible for implementing and enforcing the ...

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