State and federal code requires the completion of the following steps before demolition begins.
START HERE: 7 Requirements Prior to Demolition
It is the demolition contractor’s responsibility to ensure that all structure(s) to be demolished are inspected for asbestos containing materials prior to demolition. Regardless of age or past, present, or future use of a structure/building, an asbestos inspection must be performed by a Utah certified asbestos inspector working for a Utah certified asbestos company.
Find Certified Utah Asbestos Contractors (98 KB)
Based on the findings provided in the asbestos inspection report, friable (crumbly, powdery, soft) Regulated Asbestos-Containing Materials (RACM) in a structure to be demolished must be removed by a Utah certified asbestos contractor prior to demolition.
The responsible demolition contractor may apply for a demolition notification form (147 KB) from the Division of Air Quality (DAQ) by submitting a properly completed form with payment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note: Both federal regulations and the Utah asbestos rules require a minimum ten-working day (two week) waiting period between the date your demolition notification form application is submitted to the DAQ, and the date you can start the demolition.
The dates on the form must be the actual dates when demolition activities are being performed. The demolition dates are NOT a window of opportunity or time when demolition may occur.
There is a base fee of $27.50 then a per unit fee of $55 for every 5000 sq ft unit or parts thereof.
DAQ will review the form and will contact the applicant to correct any deficiencies. Upon receipt of a properly completed form with payment, the demolition contractor will receive an “Accepted” form.
If you have not received your accepted form by the scheduled start date, you are strongly advised to contact DAQ several business days prior to the start date to check the status of your form.
You may NOT start the project if you do not have an Accepted Demolition Notification Form.
If you are unable to start on your accepted start date you must revise the notification by making the changes on the form and emailing it to email@example.com before, but no later than, the accepted start date.
If you finish early or need more time you must revise the notification as well.
There is no charge for revisions and you can make as many revisions as needed.
It is the demolition contractor’s responsibility to ensure all municipal, county, state, and federal requirements have been satisfied prior to beginning the demolition.
PLEASE BE AWARE! A permit issued from one regulatory agency does NOT constitute approval or a permit to proceed from any other regulatory agency.
- What is Required Before a Demolition – Guidance Document (112 KB)
- Demolition Pamphlet: How to Comply with Federal and Utah Demolition Requirements (2 MB)
- Intentional Burning of Structures for Fire Training (115 KB)
- Tamie Call (firstname.lastname@example.org) (385) 227-1055
- Rachel Hancock (email@example.com) (801) 707-2684
- Lauren Richardson (firstname.lastname@example.org) (801) 707-2308
- Mike Scott (email@example.com) Asbestos (385) 266-1869
- Mike Zucker (firstname.lastname@example.org) (801) 580-5476
- Wade Hess (email@example.com) (801) 707-2428
- Leonard Wright (firstname.lastname@example.org) (801) 707-8032