NNPH encourages air quality permit holders to attend upcoming free Air Quality Workshop Series

Mar 21, 2024

Reno/Sparks, Nev. March 21, 2024 – The Nevada Business Environmental Program (BEP), one of Northern Nevada Public Health (NNPH) – Air Quality Management Division (AQMD) partners, is hosting a series of workshops in the coming months specific to NNPH Air Quality Regulations.

This series of workshops will cover minor source permitting, annual emissions reporting, gas dispensing operations, as well as dust control permitting. Find the schedule for these workshops and a chart with workshop topics and target audience here.

The next workshop covering Minor Source Permitting is on Monday, March 25th from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. at the University of Nevada, Reno’s Redfield Campus, Room 224.  This workshop will cover who needs a permit, different permit categories and what permit you need, forms & worksheets you will need for your application, maintaining your permit and when and how to submit permit modifications.

NNPH encourages anyone with a stationary source permit to operate issued by the NNPH Air Quality Management Division, to attend this training.

Registration is required for this free workshop. Please register at: https://lp.constantcontactpages.com/ev/reg/4qfk2zf 

Future registration links as well as additional workshops at: https://unrbep.org/services/training-events/air-quality-training/ 

For any questions about the workshops, please contact Zack Rice at zrice@unr.edu or 775.834.3682.

For more information regarding NNPH’s air quality efforts, visit the Air Quality Management Division’s website at OurCleanAir.com.


Please note the Washoe County Health District changed its name to Northern Nevada Public Health on Aug. 31, 2023. More information is here.

Northern Nevada Public Health (NNPH) is nationally accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board and has jurisdiction over all public health matters in Reno, Sparks, and Washoe County through the policy-making District Board of Health. NNPH consists of five divisions: Administrative Health Services, Air Quality Management, Community and Clinical Health Services, Environmental Health Services and Epidemiology & Public Health Preparedness. More info can be found here.