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Maryland Department of Environment

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  • Erosion/Sediment Control and Storm Water Management Plan

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    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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    • approval
    • $0.00
  • Fleet Inspection Station (FIS) License

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    The Department issues this statewide Maryland license as a service in order to allow owners of fleet vehicles to perform official emissions inspections on their fleets or, in the case of automobile dealers, to inspect both their own fleets and/or those belonging to other automobile dealers.

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    • N/A
    • $0.00
  • General Discharge Permit For Stormwater Associated With Industrial Activities

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    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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    • approval
    • $0.0 - $1,000.0
  • General Permit for Storm Water Associated with Construction Activity

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    This Maryland permit is required if you are planning a construction project in the State, and your overall project will disturb one acre or more of earth.

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    • approval
    • $100.0 - $2,500.0
  • Ground Water Discharge Permit (Municipal or Industrial)

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    This Maryland permit controls the disposal of treated municipal or industrial wastewater into the State’s ground water via spray irrigation and other land-treatment applications, as well as into the subsurface by a drain field or seepage pit. A groundwater discharge permit will contain the limitations and requirements deemed necessary to protect public health and protect ground water quality. 

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    • approval
    • $50.0 - $20,000.0