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- Issues open burning permits for the purpose of burning clean wood, paper and landscape wastes.
- Issues installation and construction permits to any persons or companies creating air contaminants by means of a process or combustion.
- Inspects industrial and commercial facilities operating in Linn County in accordance with the Environmental Protection Agency’s Inspection Protocol for Stationary Sources.
- Oversees continuous monitoring of air in Linn County for sulfur dioxide, ozone, carbon monoxide and particulates.
- Cites vehicles with excessive visible emissions.
- Responds to all odor, visible emission, and other air pollution complaints in Linn County.
- Brings legal action against violators of the air quality control rules.
- Responds to indoor air problems on a case requested basis, assists in the diagnosis of the pollution source and recommends the best alternative for resolution of the problem, or advises as to which agencies could be of help.
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