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Mecklenburg County Air Quality administers the Mecklenburg County Air Pollution Control Ordinance (MCAPCO) as well as state and federal regulatory programs to limit and minimize criteria and toxic air pollutants from industrial sources. Air pollution reductions are achieved by reviewing applications, issuing permits, conducting inspections, responding to citizen requests for service, overseeing asbestos abatement from building demolition and renovation, and educating business and industry.
MCAPCO | Permitting Forms | Reporting Forms | Asbestos NESHAP Program | Emission Calculation Spreadsheets
Permitting Forms | Reporting Forms | Monitoring Forms | Emission Calculation Spreadsheets | Annual Emissions Inventory | Do I need an Air Quality Permit? | Modeling | Stack Testing | Current Fee Structure | Update Facility Contact Information
MCAPCO | Federal and State Regulations | Asbestos NESHAP | Gasoline Stations (Stage I) | Paint Stripping and Surface Coating (GACT 6H) | Drycleaners | Chemical Accident Prevention (112(r))
Annual Meetings: Compliance Assistance Workshops and Annual Air Quality Forum | Airwaves: 2016, The Year In Review | General Asbestos Information | Criteria Pollutants | Environmental Assistance Resources | Find more information on our Community Information page