Cannabis Operations and Air Quality Requirements
Production and processing of recreational and/or medical marijuana can potentially impact air quality, therefore operations involved in either process may be subject to air quality requirements, including but not limited to:
- Notice of Construction (air quality) Permit – depending on the type of equipment used, the operation may be required to get a permit from Spokane Clean Air.
- Odors – all businesses must comply with odor regulations.
- Asbestos – if your facility is planning any type of repair, renovation, remodel or demolition, regardless of the structure's age, be sure to follow all asbestos requirements.
- Registration - Please note that Spokane Clean Air is not currently requiring registration of production and processing operations.
Detailed information on marijuana production, processing and air quality is provided in this information sheet.
Please contact Joe Southwell, Air Quality Engineer, for more information and to schedule a site visit: (509) 477-4727, ext # 103 or email JSouthwell@spokanecleanair.org.