Air Quality Compendium & Instructions
This guidance document is advisory in nature but is binding on an agency until amended by such agency. A guidance document does not include internal procedural documents that only affect the internal operations of the agency and does not impose additional requirements or penalties on regulated parties or include confidential information or rules and regulations made in accordance with the Administrative Procedure Act. If you believe that this guidance document imposes additional requirements or penalties on regulated parties, you may request a review of the document.

Form #:  AIR092
Guidance Documents
Revised: 6/25/21

As part of its efforts for continuous improvement, NDEE has developed a Compendium consolidating various historical policies and regulatory decisions made by NDEE into one comprehensive archive accessible to the regulated community. Compendium entries will be continually updated as more policies are developed and as more regulatory decisions are made. Currently, the Compendium contains air quality related information. The Compendium is located at: https://ecmp.nebraska.gov/publicaccess/viewer.aspx?MyQueryID=759*. Instructions for using the Compendium are found at: http://dee.ne.gov/Publica.nsf/pages/AIR092


Instructions for How to Use the NDEE Compendium

Access the compendium at: : https://ecmp.nebraska.gov/publicaccess/viewer.aspx?MyQueryID=759*

Select the media compendium you want to search. The NDEE will be adding other media programs in the future. Content available through the public compendium portal is updated frequently.



You may search using several different parameters. To keep your search as wide as possible, use as few of parameters as possible.

Only those decisions which specifically relate to an individual facility will have a facility number and/or name associated with it.



When searching using key words always use an * before and after the key word. Otherwise, the search may come up blank.




If you have any questions, please contact the appropriate media program at 402-471-2186.

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