Beginning in January 2022, facilities in an ozone non-attainment area that have a potential to emit more than 25 tons of NOx or VOCs will need to start reporting emissions annually if they are not already doing so. See R307-150-9 for more information, and R307-150-3(5) for qualifications.
Qualifying facilities will receive an email from [email protected] sometime in January stating your report is ready for completion in SLEIS.
If you have any questions, please contact Catherine Williams or Cate Youatt.
Bi-monthly Stakeholder Meetings Encourage Open Dialogue for Air Quality Concerns
The Utah Division of Air Quality (DAQ) values stakeholder feedback, and began a bi-monthly meeting with industry stakeholders a year and a half ago. The meetings encourage open dialogue and communication regarding current air quality concerns, common technical questions about air quality regulations, and upcoming regulatory actions or policy changes with representatives from industries affected by air quality rules. 
DAQ also holds a bi-monthy meeting with environmental advocates that offers the same opportunity for open dialogue and communication. The meetings cover current air quality status, upcoming regulatory challenges, potential rulemaking and other topics as they arise. We have found these meetings to be an opportunity to hear from stakeholders and clarify policy or address concerns.policy with both groups.
The industry stakeholder meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every other month at 10 a.m. to coincide with the Air Quality Board meeting. Each meeting is held virtually through Google Meet. The next meeting is scheduled for February 2, 2022. If you are interested in attending please contact Sheila Vance at 801-518-3132 or [email protected].
Compliance 2021 Annual Report
Major and minor source inspectors for DAQ conduct over 1,200 inspections throughout the state each year to verify compliance with state and federal air quality rules. This includes full and partial compliance evaluations and complaint and surveillance inspections. 
In addition, our stack testing and Continuous Emission Monitoring compliance programs ensure emissions limits are being met during stack testing. DAQ Air Toxics Lead and Asbestos Section (ATLAS) inspectors conduct over 450 inspections throughout the state each year. This includes abatement, renovation, and demolition inspections for asbestos and lead based paint. Annual activities and penalty collection data for the compliance program are summarized in the link below.
Asbestos NESHAP and State Asbestos Work Practices
Under the Asbestos NESHAP and Asbestos Program program, ATLAS manages the certification of individuals and companies, review of asbestos project notification forms, review of demolition notification forms, review of alternative work practice requests, inspection of asbestos abatement projects, demolition of structures, and asbestos outreach activities. 

Program details and rules can be found here: 40 CFR Part 61, Subpart M, UAC R307-214-1 and UAC R307-801.