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Electronic Submission of Air Quality Permit Applications

Signed, scanned Air Quality permit applications may be submitted via email to:

MDE.Submit-AirPermits@maryland.gov​

Public Participation Opportunities

A description of the expanded public review process for Air Quality Permits to Construct can be found here.  


OPPORTUNITY TO REQUEST AN INFORMATIONAL MEETING​

Company Address
  
  
  
  
Brandywine Green d/b/a Agape Pet Services
19712 Shepherdstown Pike
Boonsboro, Maryland 21713
Installation of five animal crematories to replace three existing animal crematories. Docket # 03-24Notice7/10/2024
Mountaire Farms of Delaware, Inc
3695 Choptank Rd.
Preston, MD 21655
Installation of a grain drying and handling processDocket 05-24Notice7/6/2024

SCHEDULED INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS

Company
Project
  
  
  
  
US Wind Company
Installation of an offshore wind farm

Refer to left bar link: Maryland Offshore Wind Project
for details
Notice6/13/20245:30- 8:00 PM
Laney Materials, LLC
14852 Old Gunpowder Road
Laurel, Maryland 20707
Installation of one combined crusher/screen powered by one 375 hp diesel engine and for the ability to replace the equipment in Plants A, B, and C with like-kind equipment as needed.
06-24Notice7/25/20246:00 PM



OPPORTUNITY TO REQUEST A PUBLIC HEARING OR SUBMIT COMMENTS

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​SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS​​

Company Address
Project
  
  
  
  
  
W.R. Grace & Company
7500 Grace Drive
Columbia MD 21044
Installation of a new research-scale pilot plant including small, reactors, chillers, separators, feeders, and samplers with an exhaust gas stream cleaned by an electric flameless thermal oxidizer
Docket # 16-23Notice with Registration4/29/20246:00 PM7/29/2024

​​​FINAL DETERMINATION ​

A Final Determination by the Department on the issuance, denial, renewal, or revision of a permit is subject to judicial review at the request of any person that meets the threshold standing requirements under Federal Law; and
a) Is the applicant; or
b) Participated in a public participation process through the submission of written or oral comments, unless an opportunity for public participation was not provided.
A petition for Judicial Review must be filed with the Circuit Court for the County, unless otherwise required by statute, where the application for the permit states that the proposed activity will occur, and must be filed within 30 days after the publication of a notice of final determination.



  
  
  
  
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Alternate Public Review Procedures for Certain Sources Subject to New Source Performance Standards (NSPS)​

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A description of the alternate public review procedures can be found here​.

 

Interested Parties Notifications Contact Lists

Interested parties will be notified of upcoming public participation opportunities for state APA permits and federal Title V draft permits. Please contact Shannon Heafey, Public Participation Coordinator, at 410-537-4433 or shannon.heafey@maryland.gov to add your contact information to onr or more Interested Parties List(s). Please provide your area of interest, such as location or type of facility, and your preferred method of contact. ​​​​​​​​

Additional information regarding the expanded public participation process for Air Quality Permits to Construct applications may be obtained by contacting Shannon Heafey at shannon.heafey@maryland.gov​.​​​

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