New Mexico
Environment Department

Contact Information:
(505) 827-2855 MAIN // 1-800-219-6157 (toll free)
Environmental Emergencies:
505-827-9329 (24 hrs)

Air Quality Bureau

Current Permitting Activities

This webpage provides information on current and past permitting actions submitted for review to the Permitting Section of the Air Quality Bureau.

Looking for a permitted facility near you or anywhere in New Mexico?

Air Permit Map (APMAP)

Use our Air Permit Mapping Tool to find permits for existing New Source Review and Title V facilities online! Click on the above link to access the tool and explore mapped permitted facilities along with their permit documents. If you have questions about the tool please contact Arianna Espinoza at 505-476-4367.

NSR Issuance Report (as of 1/4/2021) – this spreadsheet lists each NSR action submitted, including revisions. Information on this report has been frequently requested for facilities preparing for the Emission Inventory of Minor Sources. This list captures actions issued through 2020.

To close facilities or change owners of facilities, you must submit the Permitting Administrative Multi-Form (PAM) available on the Air Quality Permit Application Forms and Related Information website.

Current NSR and Title V Permitting Actions Under Review (updated 6/11/2021) – this spreadsheet lists the actions the Permitting Section has in-house for review. This list includes Notice of Intent (NOI) actions as well and will be updated once a week.

Facilities Lat/Long (as of 1/05/21) – this spreadsheet includes the latitude & longitude for facilities in our database, including Notice of Intent and permitted facilities. This  list is updated periodically. Check out APMAP for an interactive map of permitted facilities.

If you have problems viewing the reports contact:

Public Interest Websites

Public Notices of Permitting Actions – visit this website to review public notices the Department publishes for air quality permit applications being reviewed by the Permitting Section.

Permit Applications with Public Interest, Public Meetings, or Public Hearings If a permit activity generates public interest, the Air Quality Bureau may publish relevant documents of interest such as the draft permit or the Statement of Basis (SOB). The Statement of Basis provides information about the application analysis and basis on which permitting decisions were made. This website will also provide public notice of upcoming public meetings and public hearings for current permitting actions.