You may need a permit or approval from the Division of Land Pollution Control of the Bureau of Land if you manage municipal or industrial waste.
All livestock entering Illinois, and consignments to Illinois auction markets, federally approved markets, and recognized slaughtering establishments shall be accompanied by a Certificate of Veterinary Inspection and/or permit. Illinois no longer accepts the APHIS 7001 form.
Any person and or company that manufactures commercial feed in Illinois or whose name appears on the label of the product must obtain an Illinois Commercial Feed License.
The Illinois Egg and Egg Products Act requires anyone who grades, packs, sells or barters eggs must be licensed with the Illinois Department of Agriculture.
The application must be submitted by all who want to become the operator of a pet shop, cattery, dog dealer, kennel, animal control facility, or animal shelter.
Premise registration is the first step you can take to protect your investment in Illinois' livestock industry. A database of locations where livestock are produced, raised and kept also aids animal health officials.
Statues, Rules and Regulations for the Environmental Protection Agency.
Does your business have equipment that emits air pollution? Does your business operate equipment that uses natural gas or other types of fuels? Does your business use solvents, cleaning materials, or other chemicals? Does your business have coating equipment, printing equipment, or other industrial equipment? Then it is possible that you are required to have an Air Pollution Control Permit.
If you store, transfer, treat or dispose of municipal or industrial waste, then you may need a permit from the Bureau of Land for these activities.