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Maryland Department of Environment

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  • Relaying Oysters for Commercial Harvest Off-Bottom Aquaculture

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    Oysters, clams, or mussels transplanted from a polluted to a clean environment will cleanse themselves of the polluting bacteria or viruses. To protect public health and to make good use of a valuable natural resource, approval from Maryland Department of the Environment, the Department, is required.  

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    • - approval
    • $0.00
  • Scrap Tire License

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    Maryland license required for any person who accumulates, stores, hauls, recycles, or processes scrap tires as tire derived fuel (TDF). 

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    • approval
    • $0.00
  • Sewage Sludge Utilization Permit

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    The application of sewage sludge to land returns essential nutrients to the soil, adds organic matter, and can improve the tillabilty and moisture retention capability of the soil. A sewage sludge utilization permit is required b y the Maryland Department of Environment for any person who treats, composts, transports, stores, distributes, applies to land, incinerates, conducts innovative or research projects or disposes of sewage sludge or septage (effluent from septic tanks) in Maryland. 

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    • approval
    • $25.0 - $750.0
  • Special Medical Waste Hauler And Vehicle Certification

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    To ensure the safe transport of medical wastes within Maryland, the Department regulates the movements of medical wastes by certifying haulers and vehicles. 

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    • approval
    • $50.00
  • Surface Coal Mining Blaster Certification

    Distributed by Maryland Department of Environment

    Blasting on surface coal mining operations is required to be conducted under the direction of a person who has been certified as a blaster by the Maryland Department of Environment. The blaster is the person who is directly responsible for the use of explosives on surface coal mining operations. The blaster must be familiar with the blasting plan and site specific performance standards for the mining operation. 

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    • approval
    • $0.00