Assessment and Planning
Assessment and Planning covers a wide range of functions related to air quality control, including: State Implementation Plan (SIP) development; national and state policy development;Development of rules and regulations to attain and maintain the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS); Stationary source emissions summation, data calculation, and emission modeling; Air Use Permit ambient air modeling as well as Air Quality Index (AQI) forecasting; Support for mobile source planning and NAAQS transportation conformity; and Technical evaluation and support for emissions trading programs.
Link to Current Air Quality Planning Activities
DEQ Air Assessment and Planning Attainment/Nonattainment Information
NOx Budget; Clean Air Interstate Rule; Mercury; Acid Rain
DEQ Air Assessment & Planning Mobile Sources
The Michigan Air Modeling and Meteorology Program consists of conducting air quality modeling to identify impacts from construction or modification of facilities that are seeking a permit to install/operate air emission sources.
DEQ Air State Implementation Plan