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In 2015, the City of San Antonio enacted an ordinance that requires all business facilities that are a source of air emissions to be registered with the San Antonio Health Department. The requirement is part of the municipal response to the Bexar County ozone nonattainment designation.

For the purposes of the City ordinance, facilities are subject to registration requirements if they contain a stationary emission source that emits one of the following air contaminants: particulate matter, radioactive material, dust, fumes, gas, mist, smoke, vapor, odor, including any combination of those items, produced by processes other than natural. Note that mines, quarries, well tests, and roads are not subject to registration requirements.

It is unlawful for the facility to be operated without a current registration. In addition to the initial registration, an annual fee is also due to the city.

Please contact your local Trinity Consultants office for more information or assistance with municipal registration requirements!