Important Notice of AOR and Fee Deadline Extension
The deadline to pay the Title V emissions fees and the deadline for submitting the AOR are extended by 30 days and must be paid or submitted to the Department by midnight on May 1, 2020 (pursuant respectively to Section 403.0872, Florida Statutes, and pursuant to paragraph 62-210.370(3)( c), Florida Administrative Code). This extension was granted in an Emergency Final Order (OGC NO. 20-0239) issued on 4/1/2020 in response to the Novel Coronavirus Disease 2019.
If you have questions or need assistance after reviewing the information posted on the EAOR webpage, please contact us at: 850-717-9000 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information about EAOR Summary of Changes | Annual Operating Report Form | Computing Methods | Title V Fees
Print or Request a partially pre-filled hard copy Annual Operating Report
Signature: Electronic or Hard Copy
Benefits of using EAOR
Search AOR Submittals Check to see if the department has received your AOR submittal, electronically sign the AOR, or access the Title V Fee Invoice (for Title V sources only).
Summary of Changes in Version 2018-1
Enhancements to the Data Verifications performed in EAOR were made to the EAOR software version 2018-1; these data checks were added or enhanced to improve the data quality.
Print or Request a Hard Copy Annual Operating Report:
The partially-prefilled form is to be used to complete the AOR if you are not using the EAOR. You can either print a partially pre-filled hard copy Annual Operating Report form for your facility or request that one be emailed to you.
You can electronically sign the Annual Operating Report if you prepared the report using EAOR and submit it via the web or emailed it to DEP. If signing electronically, you must first have an Air account and PIN, as discussed below. However, an Air account and PIN are not required to use the EAOR software. If not using the electronic signature feature to sign the Annual Operating Report, then please see the Annual Operating Report Letter for where to send hard copy signature pages, based on whether your facility is Title V or Non-Title V. The Annual Operating Report is not complete until it is signed either electronically OR with a hard copy signature.
AOR Electronic Signature Instructions
The Annual Operating Report should be signed by the owner/authorized representative or responsible official named in Subsection I.D. of the AOR form. For Title V facilities, a responsible official must sign the AOR but it does not have to be the Primary Responsible official. If you need to change the responsible official, please complete and submit the Responsible Official Notification Form, DEP Form No. 62-213.900(3).
You must have a Florida Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Division of Air Resource Management account and PIN to electronically sign an Annual Operating Report. If you already have an Electronic Permit Submittal and Processing System or EAOR DEP Division of Air Resource Management account and PIN you do not need to obtain a new one. Otherwise, you will need to register an account and submit a PIN request.
If you do not have a DEP Division of Air Resource Management PIN, you will need to print out the PIN Request Form, sign and date it, and email it to the address on the form. Your PIN assignment will be emailed to you.
To electronically sign an Annual Operating Report, go to the Annual Operating Report Submittal Search report by clicking on the Sign AOR link below and follow the instructions:
AOR OCULUS Documents Looking for previous AOR submissions? Many of them are stored in OCULUS, DEP’s document management tool. Download this Excel workbook for direct links to these files and information about searching for facility documents and information. (See also, How to Find Air Documents Online)
EAOR User Manual, version 2018-1 The appendix of this manual contains the instructions for DEP Form 62-210.900(5). We strongly recommend you print a copy of this document and follow it while using the program to complete your Annual Operating Report.
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