CAPP Regulatory Petition

Nevada Division of Environmental Protection – Bureau of Air Pollution Control – Chemical Accident Prevention Program (CAPP) proposed a regulatory change to increase fees to ensure CAPP can continue to perform its statutory requirements including permitting, inspection and compliance of facilities, and appropriate staffing and staff development.

On December 28, 2022, the Legislative Commission approved the new regulatory change R103-22 which can be found here:

The new fees are summarized in the tables below:

Annual Registration Fees

Facility Type2023 Base Fee2023 Capped Fee2024 Base Fee2024 Capped Fee
Non-ExplosivesBase ($7,050) + $49/unit$45,000Base ($8,500) + $59/unit$55,000
Explosives with Ammonium Nitrate and Fuel Oil mixtureBase ($7,050) + $49/unit*$45,000Base ($8,500) + $59/unit*$55,000
Explosives of Other typesBase ($17,250) + $49/unit$45,000Base ($21,000) + $59/unit$55,000

*Unit defined as 10,000 pounds of explosives with Ammonium Nitrate and Fuel Oil Mixture

Permitting Fees

Fee TypeFee
Initial Application$7,600
Hourly Fee$103



New Fees

Fee TypeFee
Change in Ownership$1,000

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