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  • Erosion/Sediment Control and Storm Water Management Plan

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    Is the project undertaken by a State or Federal agency or local government agencies or private concerns? If so, will 5000 square feet or more or 100 cubic yards or more of earth be disturbed OR will the project impact an existing storm water management facility? If so, this approval is required.

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    • Valid from approval date for
    • approval
    • $0.00
  • General Discharge Permit For Stormwater Associated With Industrial Activities

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    The list consists of ponds, lakes, streams, tidal waters, wetlands, floodplains, and man-made conveyances leading to them, such as municipal storm drains and public ditches in the State of Maryland.

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    • Valid from approval date for
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    • $0.0 - $1,000.0
  • Prevention of Significant Deterioration

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    To prevent significant deterioration of ambient air quality, the Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) approval seeks to limit the amount of air pollutants released by a new or modified facility proposing to locate in an area that meets national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS). 

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    • Valid from approval date onwards
    • approval
    • $20,200.00
  • Part 70 (Title V) Operating Permit

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    A Part 70 Operating Permit is required for any new major source of emissions in the State of Maryland. 

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    • Valid from approval date for
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    • $200.00
  • 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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    • Valid from approval date for
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    • $125.0 - $250.0