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시카고시 업소 Operating Permit 신청 갱신

 

매년 갱신 해야하며 갱신은 인터넷을 통해서만 신청할수 있습니다

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The City of Chicago Municipal Code §11-4-660 requires your facility to obtain a Certificate of Operation every year for all process equipment and air pollution control devices. Please log in to the City of Chicago Permit portal, at https://ipi.cityofchicago.org/Profile/, to renew your certificate of operation for 2016.

After signing in to your account, click on the “find existing” tab to enter your permit number . Click on “this is my permit” or “Go to Permit” and follow the instructions provided. For step-by-step instructions, please check out the video guide, available at

http://www.cityofchicago.org/city/en/depts/cdph/provdrs/environmental_permitsregulation/svcs/apply_for_an_airqualitypermit.html

Please review your list of equipment and verify that it includes all regulated equipment and regulated areas, including all process equipment, process areas, and control devices, at your facility. You cannot delete any equipment listed, but you can inactivate it by providing the date it became inactive.

In order to complete the renewal process, pay online, and print out your Certificate of Operation, you must click on the “I agree” tab under the Terms and Agreement section. After receiving your payment confirmation, you must print out and display your Certificate of Operation at your facility.

In addition to renewing your Certificate of Operation, you should use this opportunity to ensure that all process equipment and pollution control devices in your facility have received Air Pollution Control (APC) permits as required by Municipal Code §11-4-620. To add a new piece of equipment to the list of equipment at your facility, you must first apply for a new APC Permit for the equipment. The new permit will automatically be related to your current permit and will appear in next year’s list of equipment at your facility.

CDPH engineers will be periodically inspecting your facility to verify compliance with all applicable environmental rules and regulations. Failure to comply with any section of these rules and regulations, may result in enforcement actions taken against your facility, which may include the closure of your facility.

Feel free to contact me at 312-745-7206, if you have any questions regarding this notice.

Otis T. Omenazu

Chief Air Engineer