DES is proud to announce a new and enhanced Air E-Permit application system to aid in the application process for current and future air permit holders for a limited list of air permits and notifications. For a complete list, please visit the air permits page. Below is a list of permits and notifications for which facilities can apply via the Air E-Permit application system.
One Stop Data Provider
OneStop Data and Information is an online, searchable database comprised of environmental information and data compiled by DES programs. In addition, OneStop is where the owners or operators of NH companies subject to certain air permit programs can submit information as part of the Air E-Permit application system.
To use the Air E-Permit application system on OneStop, applicants must first be registered to be a “OneStop Data Provider”. If you have any questions regarding becoming an OneStop Data Provider and obtaining passwords and PIN, please contact Andrew Cornwell at (603) 271-6974 or email@example.com.
- Instructions for Becoming a OneStop Data Provider
- One Stop Data Provider New User Registration
- One Stop Data Provider Login In
A Permit-by-Notification for Non-Metallic Mineral Processing Plants (PBN-NM) is issued to regulate and limit air emissions from non-metallic mineral processing plants (rock crushing plants). The PBN-NM allows for greater flexibility, eliminates the permit renewal process, reduces the recordkeeping requirements and lowers fees when compared to the standard Temporary Permit or State Permit to Operate. If you need online application help, please contact Anne Bailey at the Air Resources Division, Permitting and Environmental Health Bureau, at (603) 271-6828 or Anne.Bailey@des.nh.gov.
- Instructions for the Online Permit-by-Notification Process
- Permit-by-Notification for Non-Metallic Mineral Processing Plants: Rock Crusher
- Rock Crusher Information
Currently, this feature allows sources to update facility information, apply for a general state permit and request a limitation on potential to emit. To apply for a Temporary Permit, a State Permit to Operate or a Title V permit visit the Air Permitting for Stationary Sources.
- Administrative Amendment – Update Facility Information
The Administrative Permit Amendment process allows permit holders to submit up-to-date facility and contact information. If you need help on this feature, please contact Barbara Dorfschmidt at the Air Resources Division, Permitting and Environmental Health Bureau, at (603) 271-6796 or Barbara.Dorfschmidt@des.nh.gov.
- General State Permits – Emergency Generators
Sources can submit applications electronically for the General State Permit (GSP) for owners of Emergency Generators. If you need online application help, please contact Anne Bailey at the Air Resources Division, Permitting and Environmental Health Bureau, at (603) 271-6828 or Anne.Bailey@des.nh.gov.
- Limitations on Potential to Emit
This allows facilities that have very low actual emissions of volatile organic compound (VOCs) and hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) but which have the potential to emit very large amounts of VOCs and HAPs to register to limit their emissions through recordkeeping and avoid more extensive regulatory requirements. Companies that might be interested in this feature include ones that operate paint spray booths, auto body shops, and small manufacturers that apply raw materials that contain VOCs to their products. If you need assistance, please contact Patricia North at the Air Resources Division, Permitting and Environmental Health Bureau, at (603) 271-0901 or Patricia.North@des.nh.gov.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I am already a One Stop Data Provider. How do I add the Online Air Permitting and Online Air Permits-by-Notification features?
A: Login in, then Select “Change Profile,” next select “Edit”, then select “Apply” on the Online Air features you want to add, and lastly click “Submit.”
Q: I lost my pin number. How can I get my pin resent to me?
A: Go to OneStop Data Provider login screen. Enter your Used Name and clink the “Next” button. If you don’t receive any error messages, you will see a form that displays your Used Name, Email Address and Secret Question. Answer the Secret Question that you entered when you registered with DES and then press the “Submit” button. If you answered the Secret Question correctly, you will receive an email that contains your pin and password.
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