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  • Refuse Disposal Permit

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    This Maryland permit ensures the proper disposal of solid waste in an environmentally acceptable manner while protecting public health and the environment, including surface and ground water.

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    • $0.00
  • Wastewater Discharge Permit - From Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations (CAFOs) and Maryland Animal Feeding Operations (MAFOs)

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    Animal Feeding Operation (AFO) means a feedlot or facility where: (a) Non-aquatic animals are confined, fed, and maintained for at least 45 days in any 12-month period; and (b) Crops, vegetation, forge growth, or post-harvest residues are not sustained in the normal growing season over any portion of the lot or facility. AFOs have the potential to discharge pollutants, including but not limited to manure, poultry litter, or process wastewater from production areas. These discharges contain nutrients, which can enter the waters of the State causing algae blooms that deplete dissolved oxygen thereby reducing the beneficial uses of the water body. AFOs may be required to apply for the General Discharge (GD) Permit for AFO. The classification as a Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO) or Maryland Feeding Operation (MAFO) is determined by a combination of factors, including the number and type of animals, and whether the operation will discharge to waters of the State of Maryland. Any chicken (other than laying hens) AFO with dry manure handling and between 75,000 and 99,999 square feet total house capacity is considered a MAFO unless the owner/operator submits to MDE a Certificate of Conformance. (See COMAR 26.08.01.01B(11-1) 

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    • $120.0 - $1,200.0
  • Controlled Hazardous Substance Hauler, Vehicle And Driver Certification

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    To ensure the safe transport of hazardous wastes within the State of Maryland, the Department regulates the movements of controlled hazardous substances (CHS) by certifying CHS haulers, vehicles, and Maryland-domiciled drivers. 

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    • $20.0 - $50.0
  • 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