The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) seeks input from the public - including individuals, communities and groups - before it issues certain types of air quality permits or approvals. As part of this process, the agency requires distribution of a public notice either when it receives a permit application or before it makes a final decision, and accepts public comment for a specific period of time. In some cases, MassDEP also schedules a public hearing or meeting, which allows the agency to provide additional information about a proposed project and to receive feedback from the public. The information on this page is intended to help you understand how and when you can be part of the review and decision-making process for certain air quality permits or approvals. To learn about current opportunities for you to participate, see: Public Hearings and Comments
 

Air Plan Approvals with Federal New Source Review
Operating Permits
Emission Control Plans
Other Permits & Approvals

Air Plan Approvals with Federal New Source Review

Operating Permits

Emission Control Plans

Other Permits & Approvals