APCD Permit Application Forms & Fees
Any piece of equipment or project that emits or controls air pollutants requires a permit prior to installation and operation unless it is specifically exempted from the APCD’s permit requirements. Companies must apply for and receive a permit before even purchasing new equipment to know exactly what the permit conditions and other requirements will be before construction, installation, and operation begin. Find more information on types of permits, the permitting process, and exceptions.
Forms used to apply for permits and a guide to applicable fees are found below. Some PDF web viewers may not display forms with fill-in capabilities correctly. We recommend downloading the form for the best results.
Carefully read the instructions below before starting to fill out forms. For quicker processing, send reports and applications for emissions-based permits to our permitting department through this form. Emailed submissions will also need to be submitted either as hardcopy, faxed, or on physical electronic media (CD, floppy, flash drive).
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Fees associated with permit-related actions are established in APCD Regulation 2.08.
Fees may be paid with check or money order sent to 701 W. Ormsby Ave. Suite 303, Louisville, KY 40203 and made payable to "Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District". Fees may also be paid with any major credit card EXCEPT American Express by contacting Monica Little at 502-574-7246. Note that filing fees are due at the time of application submittal. All other fees will be invoiced.
General Construction and Operating Permits
These are the permit application forms to apply for a permit to construct, reconstruct, install, modify or operate a process or air pollution control device. These new permit application forms supersede Form 201 and the AP-xx08 forms which APCD no longer accepts.
- General (100s)
- Processes (200s)
Form AP - Number and Description Revision Date 200A: Generic Process July 2022 200B: Abrasive Blasting March 2014 200C: Grain Elevator March 2014 200D: Silo March 2014 200E: Combustion Source March 2014 200F: Crematory March 2014 200G: Printing Operation March 2014 200H: Coating Operation March 2014 200J: Engines February 2023 200K: Used Oil Heater March 2014 200L: Asphalt Plant March 2014 200M: Dry Cleaning March 2014 200N: VOC Storage Tank March 2014 200P: Parts Washer March 2014 200R: Cooling Tower March 2014
- Control Devices (300s)
Form AP - Number and Description Revision Date 300A: Generic Control Equipment March 2014 300B: Baghouse November 2021 300C: Cyclone March 2014 300D: Settling Chamber March 2014 300E: Electrostatic Precipitator March 2014 300F: Chemical Scrubber March 2014 300G: Reducing Systems March 2014 300H: Condenser March 2014 300J: Vapor-Liquid Separator March 2014 300K: Adsorber March 2014 300L: Thermal Oxidizer March 2014 300M: Flare March 2014 300N: Venturi Scrubber March 2014 300O: Absorber October 2014
- Title V and FEDOOP Permits
Form AP - Number and Description Revision Date 100C: Emission Data March 2021 100D: Stack Data March 2014 100E: Potential to Emit March 2014 100F: Plantwide Emission Summary March 2021 100G: Alternative Operating Scenarios March 2014 100H: Applicable Requirements March 2021 100J: Compliance Monitoring March 2014 100K: Compliance Status March 2014 100L: Compliance Schedule March 2014 100M: Risk Management Plan March 2014 100N: Episode Action Plans March 2014 100P: Insignificant Activities October 2015 150B: Production Rate March 2014 900B: Certified Progress Report March 2014 900C: Emission Reduction Credit March 2014 9400-O: Title V Annual Compliance Certification January 2016 9440-O: FEDOOP Annual Compliance Certification February 2016
- Registered and Exempted Sources (500s)
In accordance with APCD Regulations 5.04 and 5.13, the APCD regulates renovation, demolition, or building clean-up activity that involves the disturbance of asbestos-containing materials (ACM). Find more information about our Asbestos program here.
- Asbestos Permits
Form AP - Number and Description Revision Date Form 272: Asbestos demolition and renovation notification February 2020 Form 272E: Asbestos blanket permit monthly reporting March 2016 Demolition release form March 2016
Gasoline Dispensing (Stage I/Stage II) Permits
Gasoline belongs to a category of chemicals known as volatile organic compounds (VOC), which are a main contributor to ozone formation. To reduce ground level ozone, the APCD requires permits for wholesale, retail, and commercial distribution points of gasoline. More information on gasoline dispensing permits is on our permitting page.
- Gasoline Dispensing Permits
Form AP - Number and Description Revision Date Form APG-A: Application to change the owner or operator of a facility or update information for renewal March 2016 Form APG-C: Application for permit to modify or construct a facility March 2016 Form APG-D: Notice of Intent to Decommission Stage II Controls and Decommission Plan Form May 2016 Form APG-E: Complete Notice - Decommission Stage II Controls and Decommission Plan Form May 2016
Open Burning Permits
Open burning is generally prohibited in Louisville Metro. With advance notice and an open burning permit, exceptions can be made for recreational and ceremonial fires, agricultural fires, and fire-fighting training. You can read more about open burning on this page or find the complete rules for open burning in Louisville Metro in APCD Regulation 1.11.
- Open Burning Permits