Air Division Resources
The North Dakota Department of Health, Division of Air Quality has developed the following guidance and policy documents to assist permit applicants in the process of drafting complete permit applications.
For more information on Dispersion Modeling in North Dakota, please direct questions or comments to the North Dakota Department of Health at 701.328.5188, or email Rob White (email@example.com).
Dispersion modeling for criteria pollutants and air toxics may be required prior to issuance of a Permit to Construct in accordance with the
Criteria Pollutant Modeling Requirements for a Permit to Construct and Air Toxics Policy. For facilities with compressor engines and glycol dehydration units, dispersion modeling may be required in accordance with the Dispersion Modeling Requirements for Compressor Engines and Glycol
The Department strongly encourages the development of a pre-application dispersion modeling protocol in consultation with the Department in order to expedite the project review process. To aid the applicant in this process, the following Air Quality Analysis Guide has been provided.
More information about air dispersion modeling can be found on EPA's Support Center for Regulatory Atmospheric Modeling (SCRAM) site or through their Technology Transfer Network Clearinghouse for Inventories & Emission Factors site.
Last Updated: 10/03/2016
Air Quality Email: AirQuality@nd.gov