Located in the non-regulatory agency, this program provides free confidential information and services to help small businesses understand their environmental obligations. Call 800-252-3998 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
As required by Public Act 097-0095, the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency (Agency) has created a new ROSS Program that is believed to apply to more than 3,000 permitted sources which combined produce less than 1% of the air pollution in the State of Illinois. The program is intended to simplify air regulatory requirements by requiring sources with low emissions to register with the Agency rather than acquiring an air permit.
Air Permit Information and Guidance
Does your business need an air permit? This section will help you determine if you need a permit and also contains industry specific guides.
Training & Workshops
A listing of upcoming environmental workshops - Also includes presentations from previous workshops.
The following are links to many of the state, federal, and local (Cook County) environmental regulations and regulatory agencies that small businesses must deal with on a regular basis.
Frequently used links to state, federal, and other environmental resources are listed. Includes the Illinois Pollution Control Board, City of Chicago, and USEPA Region V.
Frequently Asked Questions
FAQs were developed by SBEAP staff based on calls and e-mails directed to our program. New questions and answers will be added on a regular basis as appropriate based on current issues and questions posed to our SEAP staff. While each question has been carefully answered, they are not designed to cover every aspect of the regulations that may apply to your situation.
A list of self-certified environmental consultants that can be searched by both location and the expertise the company provides. The list also provides contact information, as well as company Web sites for additional information. The Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity makes no attempt to qualify persons on the list nor does this list serve as an endorsement of any of the companies listed.
To be included in this list of consultants, click here
Clean Air Clips
A free, quarterly newsletter highlighting environmental regulations and identifying upcoming events of interest to Illinois small businesses.
For free confidential help with your environmental questions, contact the Small Business Environmental Assistance Program at 800-252-3998 or by e-mail at email@example.com
Environmental Information for Specific Industry: