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  • Lead Paint Accreditation

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    The purpose of the Maryland Lead Paint Accreditation program is to oversee lead poisoning prevention activities to reduce the incidence of childhood lead poisoning. One of the activities included is the oversight of lead paint abatement work. This work includes any activity that eliminates or reduces lead paint hazards, including paint removal, replacement of components, encapsulation, repainting or inspection. Examples of people who provide lead paint services include contractors, workers, supervisors, and inspectors. If not detected early, children with high levels of lead in their bodies can suffer from hyperactivity, slowed growth, damage to their brain and nervous system, hearing problems and headaches. 

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    • $125.0 - $250.0
  • Coal Mining Permit

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    Because of the potential environmental problems associated with the mining of coal, Maryland requires a permit prior to beginning any mining operation. Permits are required for surface coal mining, deep coal mining, prospecting, preparation plants, loading facilities, and refuse reclamation operations. 

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    • $10.0 - $200.0
  • Oil Operations Permit For Oil Contaminated Soils

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    An oil operations permit for treatment of oil- contaminated soils is required by the State of Maryland for anyone who stores and treats oil-contaminated soil. 

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    • $0.00