Following is a list of fees for applications to the Division of Air Quality for Regulation 1102 construction and operating permits.
The Division of Air Quality is working with the regulated community on a proposal to increase fees for Natural Minor (Regulation 1102) permits. Learn More
Permit applications should be mailed to the Division of Air Quality, along with required permit fees. All checks should be made payable to: State of Delaware.
|Fuel Burning Equipment||Construction||Operating|
|Over 10 mmBTU/hr to 100 mmBTU/hr and Crematories||$165||$75|
|Over 100 mmBTU/hr to 150 mmBTU/hr||$390||$75|
|Over 250 mmBTU/hr||$1,290||$1,200|
|Maximum Allowable Emissions less than or equal to 10 tons per year per unit||$215||$125|
|Maximum Allowable Emissions greater than 10 tons per year
(Additional fee per each ton over 10)
|Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Systems||Construction||Operating|
|Gasoline Dispensing Facility||$120||$75|
|Bulk Gasoline Terminal Vapor Recovery Unit||$50|
|Storage Vessel, over 2,000 gallons capacity, and containing material with a true vapor pressure of more than 1.0 psia at 100°F.
(This definition shall not apply to storage vessels at Gasoline Dispensing Facilities and Bulk Gasoline Terminals)
|Dry Cleaning Facility||$265||$175|
|Waste Water Separator, each||$170||$80|
|Degreaser, open-top, conveyorized||$180||$90|
|Water Tank Sandblasting||$215|
|Temporary Emergency Variance||$1,000|
|Amendment(s) to Permits or Variances||$175|
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