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  • Air Quality State Permit to Operate

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    Sources of air pollution with the potential to significantly affect air quality must obtain a permit to operate in the state of Maryland. Department of Environment may impose reasonable terms and conditions on the permit to ensure compliance and to protect public health.

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    • $200.00
  • Natural Wood Waste Recycling Facility Permit

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    Maryland permit which assures the proper management and recycling of natural wood wastes such as tree stumps, brush and limbs, root mats, logs, leaves, grass clippings, unadulterated wood wastes, and other natural vegetative materials that are generated when land is cleared for construction purposes. The permit is required for those persons who construct and operate natural wood waste recycling facilities in the State of Maryland.

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    • $0.00
  • New Source Review - Air Emission Source

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    Portions of Maryland have been designated as ozone non-attainment areas, which means that ozone levels in the ambient air occasionally exceed federal air quality standards. Air is considered unhealthful to breathe when federal air quality standards are exceeded. Therefore, any new major stationary source that will discharge significant amounts of volatile organic compounds (VOCs), oxides of nitrogen (NOx) or fine particulate matter (PM – 2.5) must obtain a New Source Review (NSR) approval prior to construction.

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    • $20,200.00
  • Asbestos Training Provider

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    The purpose of these approval procedures is to ensure that the persons requiring asbestos training receive training that meets certain standards set by the State of Maryland. To become a Maryland Approved Training Provider, you must apply for approval of your course.  

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    • $500.00
  • Waterway and 100-Year Floodplain (Non-Tidal Wetlands and Waterway Permit)

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    Waterway construction regulations assure that activities in a waterway or its floodplain do not create flooding on upstream or downstream property, maintain fish habitat and migration, and protect waterways from erosion. Authorization is required for construction or repair of the following projects in a waterway or a 100-year floodplain: Dams and reservoirs, bridges and culverts, excavation, filling or construction, channelization, changing the course, current or cross-section of any stream, temporary construction (e.g. utility lines) or any other similar project. Ponds and dams require a separate review.

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    • Valid from approval date for
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    • $500.00