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Permit Revocation Due to Inactivity, Abandonment, and/or Nonpayment

The Indiana Department of Environmental Management’s (IDEM’s) Office of Air Quality, Permits Branch/Air Permits Branch normally revokes a construction or operating air permit upon receipt of a request for permit revocation from the source. However, some sources never construct the permitted facility, permanently cease operations, or vacate the permitted site without notifying IDEM. These types of sources usually have no reliable contact information, but still have a valid construction and/or operating air permit. Based upon a due diligence effort to determine that an air permit should be revoked, a memorandum and supporting documentation log are created. On a quarterly basis, the Air Compliance and Enforcement Branch compiles a list of sources for which revocations are proposed and posts the memorandum and supporting documentation log for the affected sources. Following is a list of such sources for the current year.

1st Quarter 2020

  • None Currently

2nd Quarter 2020

  • None Currently

3rd Quarter 2020

  • None Currently

4th Quarter 2020

  • None Currently

Objections to any of the proposed revocations should be in writing and sent to the IDEM Office of Air Quality, Air Permit Revocations. Please include source contact information such as a telephone number or email address, if available.

If no one contacts IDEM within 30 days to object to the posted revocation(s), IDEM will revoke the air permit for the source(s). This revocation process will allow IDEM’s Office of Air Quality to maintain more accurate and up-to-date permits, inventory, and records concerning air emission sources in Indiana.


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