Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Chapter 3745-77, Title V Permit Rules

Contact: Mike Hopkins (614) 644-3611

  • 3745-15-05 - De Minimis Rules Air Contaminant Source Exemption [PDF]
  • 3745-31-02 - Applicability, Requirements and Obligations [PDF]
  • 3745-31-05 - Criteria for Decision by the Director [PDF]

OAC Chapter 3745-35 was rescinded on June 30, 2008, and replaced by the new Permit-to-Install and Operate Program in OAC Chapter 3745-31. To review the historic language of Chapter 3745-35 related to Title V Permit Rules, please click on the following:

  • 3745-35-02 - Permits-to-Operate [PDF]
  • 3745-35-07 - Enforceable Limitations on Potential to Emit [PDF]

General Title V Rules

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