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  • Air Quality Permit to Construct

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    Any operation/equipment that discharges emissions to the outside air needs an air quality permit to construct from the State of Maryland. Examples of such operations include the following: Coating and painting operations, asphalt plants, incinerators, quarry operations, paint spray booths, chemical-processing equipment, fuel-burning equipment, and printing presses. If you are not sure at the time you are applying for a permit whether public review of your application is required, you can contact the Air Quality Permits Program at 410-537- 3225 to seek their advice. 

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    • approval
    • $200.0 - $20,200.0
  • Air Quality State Permit to Operate

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    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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    • approval
    • $200.00
  • Asbestos Contractor License

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    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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    • - approval
    • $0.0 - $625.0
  • Asbestos Training Provider

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    The purpose of these approval procedures is to ensure that the persons requiring asbestos training receive training that meets certain standards set by the State of Maryland. To become a Maryland Approved Training Provider, you must apply for approval of your course.  

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    • approval
    • $500.00
  • Certificate Of Public Convenience And Necessity (Public Service Commission)

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    Anyone constructing an electric generating station in the state of Maryland, including emergency back-up power, must apply for and obtain a Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity (CPCN) from the Public Service Commission (PSC) for larger power generation projects or a CPCN Waiver from the Public Service Commission for smaller power generation projects which meet certain applicability thresholds established by the PSC.

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    • approval
    • $500.00