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  • Asbestos Contractor License

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    The purpose of this license is to minimize the risk of asbestos exposure to workers and to the public. Businesses, contractors and others engaged in any activities involving the disturbance of friable asbestos must apply for this license. 

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    • Valid for 1 year
    • - approval
    • $0.0 - $625.0
  • 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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    • N/A
    • - approval
    • $0.00
  • 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 for 2 years
    • - approval
    • $0.00
  • Incinerator Operator Certification And Training Course

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    To ensure safety and protect the environment, all incinerator operators are required to be properly trained and certified prior to the operation of any incinerator in the State of Maryland. Incinerator operators must receive certification from a training course provider approved by Department of Environment. 

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    • Valid for 1 year
    • - approval
    • $0.00
  • Hazardous Waste - EPA Identification Number

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    Generators of hazardous waste, transporters of hazardous waste, and facilities that treat, store, or dispose of hazardous waste in the State of Maryland are required to notify the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department before treating, storing, disposing, offering for transportation, or transporting hazardous waste. Large quantity handlers of universal waste are required to notify the Department before accumulating 5,000 kilograms of universal waste for the first time. Upon receipt of a notification, the Department assigns an EPA Identification number to the notifier through the EPA RCRAInfo database. 

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    • N/A
    • - approval
    • $0.00