Air pollution control rules
Wisconsin's State Legislature creates and revises the Wisconsin Statutes (Wis. Stats.), while state agencies such as the DNR create and revise the rules required and authorized by those statutes. These agency rules constitute the Wisconsin Administrative Code (Wis. Adm. Code).
Many air pollution control requirements in state statutes and rules reflect mandates contained in the Federal Clean Air Act. Also under the Clean Air Act, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) created federal regulations that Wisconsin air pollution control rules must reflect.
Public participation is a critical component of agency rulemaking and we value your involvement in the DNR's rulemaking activities. There are numerous opportunities for you to participate in the DNR rulemaking process.
- Learn about the DNR's rulemaking process and public input opportunities.
- View the current rulemaking status of proposed permanent rules.
- View the current rulemaking status of proposed emergency rules.
The table below lists all current Wisconsin air pollution control rules in Wis. Adm. Code.
Note: All links are PDFs and exit the DNR website.