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Facilities that are being demolished and renovations where regulated quantities of asbestos containing materials (ACM) are being removed from a facility are subject to the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Asbestos, commonly referred to as the
Asbestos NESHAP. Read Mecklenburg County Air Quality's (MCAQ) Asbestos NESHAP Program Brochure to learn more about the local program.
The term facility, as defined in the asbestos NESHAP, does not include residential buildings having four or fewer dwelling units. Not sure if your residential project is subject? Complete a Residential NESHAP Applicability Form (PDF or Word) and submit to MCAQ.
Submittal of a NESHAP notification form to Mecklenburg County Air Quality (MCAQ) is required 10 working days prior to starting date for demolition or renovation whenever a facility (i.e. industrial, commercial, business, school, or church buildings, and even private residences in certain circumstances) is scheduled to either:
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NESHAP Notification Instructions (PDF or Word)
The NC Health Hazard Control Unit may need to be notified as well.
For renovation (asbestos removal) NESHAP notifications only, the fee is $365 (Revised July 7, 2016). Payment shall be paid either
online or by check made payable to Mecklenburg County Air Quality and submitted to MCAQ with the notification. If paying online, include the name and address of the building to be renovated in the comments section.
Demolition permits are obtained by the property owner or owner's agent from the Land Use and Environmental Services Agency, Code Enforcement Division. All fees for demolitions are paid to Code Enforcement when the demolition permit is issued.