Fugitive Dust Control
Fugitive Dust on a construction site can become a serious problem. All California Construction sites must be in compliance with all applicable Fugitive Dust city/county ordinances, AQMD (Air Quality Management District), and State laws. Violation of compliance in any of these Dust Control regulations can result in a large range of penalties starting from fines to civil and even criminal offenses.
Scott Environmental Dust Control Services
Scott Environmental offers services that can help you stay in compliance with your city, county, AQMD, and State Dust Control regulations.
Our certified dust control consultants can provide:
- Fugitive Dust Control Training
- Dust Control Services
- Site-Specific Dust Control Plan
- Site Plan Reviews for Dust Generation Potential
- Onsite Dust Control Supervisor
- Periodic Dust Control Inspections
- PM-10, PM-2.5 Monitoring
- Contaminated Soil Abatement
- Onsite Weather & Wind Monitoring
- Dust Control Plan Submittal to AQMD (Air Quality Management District)
- Fugitive Dust Control Plan Application (Form A)
- Fugitive Dust Control Plan Submittal (Form DCP)
- Large Operation Notification (Form 403N)
- Notice of Intent (NOI)
- Notice of Completion (NOC)
- State of No Change
- Owner Designee (Form OD)
- Onsite Dust Control Signs
- Soil Erosivity Analysis
- Testing suite designed to determine likelihood of wind erosion
- Jobsite specific soil analysis
What is Fugitive Dust?
The South Coast Air Quality Management District defines fugitive dust as “any solid particulate matter that becomes airborne, other than that emitted from an exhaust stack, directly or indirectly as a result of the activities of any person”.
Does my site have Fugitive Dust?
Fugitive Dust can be generated on a construction site by earth-moving activities, demolition, import/export of bulk material, heavy and light duty vehicular movement, landscaping, stockpile handling, and trenching. If your site has the potential to create fugitive dust, let Scott Environmental Health & Safety Services help you stay in compliance.
Scott Environmental can write dust control plans and fulfill your dust control needs for construction sites within the following air quality management areas:
South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD)
Los Angeles County
San Bernardino County
Mojave Desert Air Quality Management District (MDAQMD)
Northern Mojave Desert
Central Mojave Desert
San Diego County Air Pollution Control District (SDCAPCD)
Antelope Valley Air Pollution Control District (AVAPCD)
Imperial County Air Pollution Control District (ICAPCD)
Ventura County Air Pollution Control District (VCAPCD)
San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District (SJVAPCD)
Valley Air Portions of Kern County
If you have any questions, please contact us at
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San Clemente, CA 92673
Main Office – (949) 454-1625
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