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Office of the Director - Air Resource Management

The Division of Air Resource Management protects and manages Florida’s air resource, including air quality monitoring, permitting and ensuring compliance of emission sources, and implementing the Siting Acts.


Through a variety of services for our customers—the public and industry—the Division regulates Florida’s air resource fairly, consistently, and efficiently, while implementing state, federal, and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency requirements and enabling the economic development of the state. Located in Tallahassee, the Division provides these services through its Office of Business Planning, Office of Air Monitoring, and Office of Permitting and Compliance. The Division’s Siting Coordination Office implements the Siting Acts, which establish procedures for licensing the construction and operation of power plants, transmission lines, and natural gas pipelines.

Popular Publications

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Attachment A: VW

Attachment A, Environmental Mitigation Trust Agreement for State Beneficiaries
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Notice of Filing of Certification for Beneficiary Status: VW

NOTICE OF FILING CERTIFICATION FOR BENEFICIARY STATUS UNDER ENVIRONMENTAL MITIGATION TRUST AGREEMENT FOR THE STATE OF FLORIDA - Filed November 27, 2017
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Appendix D-2: VW

Appendix D-2, Eligible Mitigation Actions and Mitigation Action Expenditures
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Air Business Plan

This plan outlines the nature of the Division’s business, identifies its goals and establishes specific measures for reaching those goals. The Division updates this plan regularly to hold itself accountable, to celebrate accomplishments and to set new objectives and measures. 
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