The Bureau of Stationary Sources is responsible for permitting stationary sources of air pollution to ensure they do not adversely affect air quality in your neighborhood or anywhere in the state.

To accomplish this, the staff of BoSS reviews air pollution control permit applications and evaluates air quality impact and health risks.

Snapshot of the What's in My Community application dashboard
What's in My Community?

Use this mapping application to find facilities with air permits registered with the Division of Air Quality at the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.


RADIUS is software provided by NJDEP for electronic preparation and submittal of air permit applications and emission statements to the Department.

Risk Screening

The NJDEP Air Quality Permitting Program uses risk assessment to evaluate potential effects on public health from facilities seeking permits to emit air toxics.

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