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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
  • Reciprocal Recognition Of Out Of State Radioactive Materials Licenses

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    As an Agreement State under the Atomic Energy Act, Maryland is obliged to recognize radioactive material license issued by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) or any of the other 37 Agreement States to licensees with out-of-state facilities.

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    • $504.0 - $15,800.0
  • Toxic Materials Permit

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    This permit is required for any homeowner, farmer, local government, or other person who wants to control nuisance aquatic life in ponds, ditches or waterways by the use of chemical products (e.g., mosquito control, algae removal).

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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
  • Certified Emissions Repair Facility (CERF) Certification

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    This certification ensures that motor vehicle repair facilities that meet minimum requirements established by the State of Maryland are available to the general public to adequately perform engine repairs to ensure healthy air quality. This voluntary certification may be sought by owners or operators of vehicle repair facilities. 

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    • $0.00