Tuesday, October 5, 2010

NPDES Permit?

Did you receive an E&S permit for a project that you haven't started working on yet?

If you have one of those projects that were between one and 5 acres and did not require an NPDES permit you may have to resubmit.

According to DEP, when all new chapter 102 regulations come effective on November 19, 2010 projects that currently have approval for one to 5 acres but do not have an NPDES permit and have not yet been started will need to get a new permit.

If you have projects on the line - Call your local conservation district today!

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

E&S Regulations Effective November 19, 2010

E&S Regulations Effective November 19, 2010: "

For those of you who didn't read the latest edition of the PA Bulletin, the new E&S/stormwater management regulations were posted on Saturday August 21.  The PA Bulletin notice says that the new regulations become effective on November 19, 2010.  All developers need to be familiar with the new regulations inasmuch as they carry significant regulatory implications for future projects.  I've written about the flexibility provided for brownfield developers in prior posts, and I would encourage brownfield developers to familiarize themselves with those provisions.