An air quality permit is required for issues relating to atmospheric emissions, vehicular emissions, open burning, refrigeration and air conditioning equipment (RAC), and noise.
What You Need
- Receipts of payment for the processing fees
- Payment receipt (official revenue receipt) from NESREA office nearest to the company’s facility or area of operation for the processing fee(s)
- Certificate of incorporation
- Tax clearance for the last 3 years
- Evidence of environmental impact statement (EIS) – where applicable
- Environmental management plan (EMP)
- Environmental audit report (EAR)
- Monthly monitoring report for the last 3 months
- A schematic diagram of the facility
How to apply
- Visit the Nesrea environmental permit, audit and management portal at https://nespam.nesreaportals.com/
- Select the enrolment menu to enrol your company by providing your TIN and other details to get started
- After enrolment, you will receive a unique Nesrea ID
- Use the unique Nesrea ID and your chosen password to log on to the NesPAM platform
- After login into the platform, update your profile and upload company documents
- Choose the air quality permit from the permit categories
- Fill out the selected permit application form and submit
Note that completed application forms will be acknowledged by the processing agency within 7 working days of receipt, and the agency may upon assessment of the application request the applicant to furnish additional information within a specified period.
The processing fee for an air quality permit is N20,000.00 only, payable via https://nespam.nesreaportals.com/. The applicant will be notified after the application is approved, including the assessed annual permit fee to be paid within a specified period. On payment of the permit fee, the applicant will be issued the appropriate permit and the conditions therein.
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