LAN Associates has been named a New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Qualified Environmental Air Compliance Auditor for Small Businesses.
The listing is a result of LAN’s participation in a joint program between the Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education and the NJDEP. The goal of the program is to establish a required list of qualified auditors in the private sector.
As a leading provider of environmental services, LAN has decades of experience working with major corporations and small businesses on air permitting compliance. Our environmental scientists have worked with a wide range of facilities including quarries, concrete plants, commercial bakeries, and pharmaceutical manufacturers.
Obtaining and maintaining current air permits is vital to avoiding fines and penalties from regulatory agencies and is key to ensuring your facility is best equipped to maintain compliance.
What Is an Air Permit, and Do I Need One?
If you are a business owner or organization with a facility that releases pollutants into the air, you may be required to submit an air permit application to the relevant agency. In New Jersey that agency is the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection or NJDEP.
How Do I Get an Air Permit In New Jersey?
The best way to ensure you meet NJDEP air permit regulations is to work with a consultant that can help you navigate the process and prepare an application suitable for submission to the NJDEP. When you hire an air permit consultant they can also help identify required permits and compliance conditions, reducing the risk of costly violations.
About LAN Associates Air Permitting Services
LAN has been providing air permit consulting services for many decades. As an NJDEP listed Qualified Environmental Air Compliance Auditor for Small Businesses in New Jersey, our professionals can guide you through the process and help your organization stay in compliance with the relevant regulations.
LAN prepares preconstruction permit applications using NJDEP’s RADIUS software, and our team has extensive experience providing emission calculations, annual combustion adjustment reports, annual emission statements, and assisting clients with understanding their air compliance obligations.
If you need an air permit and are not sure where to start, check out LAN Associates guide to everything you need to know about air permitting in New Jersey. To get in contact with a LAN air permit specialist follow the link below.