Asphalt plants, concrete batching plants, and non-metallic mineral processing plants (crushers) that are permitted as relocatable facilities under the Air General Permit (AGP) rules in 62-210.310, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.), are required to submit a Facility Relocation Notification Form to the Department at least one business day prior to relocating. These forms should be submitted to the DEP district office or local air program office that has permitting authority for the area in which the facility is to be relocated. In addition to the Facility Relocation Notification Form, provide a scale map (e.g., the relevant portion of a USGS topographic map) showing the proposed new location of the facility.
These relocation notifications can also be submitted online via the Department’s Business Portal. By submitting a relocation notification online in lieu of a paper form, your company will help ensure that notifications are timely and consistently processed by the Department, as well as promote accurate and up-to-date facility information in Department databases.
To access this online process, go to the Business Portal (http://www.fldepportal.com/go/home) and sign in (or register if you’re a new user) from the link in the upper right corner of the page. On the Welcome page select the Submit option, then select Registration/Notification, and then click on Air General Permit Relocation Notification. Once in the process, just carefully read the instructions on each screen (and under the Help tabs) to complete the relocation notification.
Note: The owner or operator of a relocatable facility not covered in the AGP rule referenced above or that does not otherwise have a requirement established by rule or permit condition, shall submit a Facility Relocation Notification to Department at least 30 days prior to relocating pursuant to 62-210.370(4), F.A.C.
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