Permit Type

Notice of Intent (NOI): Chapter 102

What it Means

A NOI provides information concerning the anticipated discharge of waste at the development site. The operator understands that the NOI submitted is true, accurate, and complete, that the operator meets the requirements, and the operator will comply with the permit requirements and effluent limitations. 

 Chapter 102 is the PA DEP’s way to regulate the erosion and sediment plans and post construction stormwater management plans.

Status

DEP approved – Dec. 20, 2018

Public Hearing/Comment

Closed

 
 

Chapter 105: Water Obstruction and Encroachment Permit

 
 
 

Erosion and Sediment Control Permit

 

Technical Deficiencies

 

General NPDES Permit

 

Public Comments concerning 102, 105, and the E & S.

 

Notice of Violation

 

Chapter 105 deals with watercourses and wetlands. A watercourse is a channel for the conveyance of surface water with a defined bed and banks.

Chapter 105 permits are waived for water obstructions (culverts, fills, etc.) if the drainage area to watercourse is less than 100 acres. However, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers may be required to review and approve the project.

 

An Erosion and Sediment Control plan (E&S plan) is a document that outlines erosion control measures to be employed during project implementation. An E&S plan is required for projects where more than 5,000 square feet of earth is disturbed, or in all cases in special protection watersheds.

An E&S control permit is required if a project will disturb more than 25 acres (inside and outside the road footprint combined).

 

Notice to the operator that there is an omission and mitigation is necessary.

 

This permit provides the maximum amount of pollutant that the operator is allowed to discharge into a specific water way.

 

This allows the public to comment and provide insight to the concerns of the proposed development.

 

A Notice of Violation is one step in DEP’s investigation and enforcement of violations of DEP statutes and regulations.  A NOV notifies the recipient that DEP believes the recipient committed one or more violations and provides instructions for coming into compliance.

This can be discovered by either the DEP investigation or by reporting the violation by the operators

 
 

DEP approved – Dec. 20, 2018

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Issued by DEP on Feb. 28, 2018. 

 

DEP approved Aug. 15, 2018

 

Received and reviewed by DEP.

Jan. 20, 2018

 
 

Closed

 

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What What it Means Status Public Hearing or Comment

Notice of Intent (NOI): Chapter 102
A NOI provides information concerning the anticipated discharge of waste at the development site. The operator understands that the NOI submitted is true, accurate, and complete, that the operator meets the requirements, and the operator will comply with the permit requirements and effluent limitations. Chapter 102 is the PA DEP’s way to regulate the erosion and sediment plans and post construction stormwater management plans.

The operator provides information that ensures compliance with regulation that when a project will or potentially could affect a water way, the operator is providing adequate safety measures to protect the health, safety, welfare and property of the people, and the water way itself.

DEP approved – Dec. 20, 2018
Closed

Chapter 105: Water Obstruction and Encroachment Permit

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