Nevada Division of Environmental Protection
  State of Nevada
Division of Environmental Protection
  Bureau of Air Quality Planning
  901 So. Stewart St., Suite 4001 • Carson City, NV 89701
Phone: (775) 687-9349 • FAX: (775) 687-6396
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Welcome to the Bureau of Air Quality Planning

It is the mission of the Bureau of Air Quality Planning (BAQP) to protect and enhance the environment in order to sustain healthy ecosystems and contribute to a vibrant economy. Our mission is accomplished through reasonable, fair, and consistent implementation of State and Federal air quality rules and regulations, with emphasis on objective and impartial responsiveness to the needs of a growing population and industrial base.

The authority to implement air pollution control requirements has been established in Nevada Revised Statutes (NRS) 445B.100 through 445B.825, inclusive, and NRS 486A.010 through 486A.180, inclusive.

Washoe and Clark counties administer air quality programs within each of their respective jurisdictions. Please note CAPP is regulated by the BAPC throughout Nevada.

Visit our sister agency, the Bureau of Air Pollution Control (BAPC) to obtain information regarding air quality permits for emission units, surface area disturbance permits, regulatory requirements for fossil-fuel fired steam electric plants, and emissions auditing.

What's New


New

  Public Workshop - Modeling Requirements for Intermittent Sources and the 1-hr NO2 standard

Pahrump Valley, NV. PM10 - Ten Years of Success    Posted 6/4/2015

• The 2015-2016 winter season may be the last chance residents of Carson City and Douglas County can receive a rebate on replacing an old inefficient wood stove with an efficient EPA certified wood, pellet or gas stove. Visit the UNR Business Environmental Programís Carson City and Douglas County Wood Stove Change-Out Program Webpage for more information.     Updated 9/1/2015

Nevada Ambient Air Monitoring Plan 2015 draft [PDF]     Posted 5/18/2015

Nevada Regional Haze 5-Year Progress Report     Posted 11/18/2014