Construction and operating permits are issued through the Air Quality Program
Enforcement of asbestos dust and open burning regulations
Visible emission training and certification classes offered through the Air Quality Program
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The Air Quality Program ensures the safety and quality of the air in the City of Kansas City, Mo., controlling present and future sources of air pollution. Sources of air pollution include: power plants, concrete batch plants, asphalt plants, surface coaters, printing facilities, dry cleaners, and more.
The Air Quality Program works diligently to protect the air we breathe and ensure it remains safe for our future; they do this through the regulation of air pollution sources by issuing construction and operating permits; enforcing air quality policies; and working with state, local and federal agencies to plan and implement strategies.
The program also offers educational training twice a year on visible emission to provide certification for individuals working in the industrial field who deal with air pollution and quality control issues.
Air Quality Program
2400 Troost Ave., Suite 3200
Kansas City, MO 64108
Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday
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