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Air quality modeling is a mathematical simulation that shows how air pollutants move and interact in the atmosphere and affect air quality. The Environment Department conducts and provides guidance to the regulated community on air modeling to check compliance with air quality standards.

An air dispersion modeling analysis must be submitted with some air quality permit applications. New Mexico Air Quality Bureau has developed guidelines to aid the dispersion modeler in developing an acceptable analysis and to facilitate the Bureau staff in expediting the review process.

Modeling waiver form and modeling report form (UA4) are available on the NMED Forms page. Modeling guidance and information are available below.

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Air Quality Bureau contacts

Ph: 505-476-4300

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