Attention NPDES permit applicants:

Check out the new Completness Review Pointer List!

Top 12 tips for an efficient completeness review of your permit application package

Summer/Fall 2018 Newsletter

Check out the recent edition of our newsletter, The Dirt

Summer 2018 Newsletter

DEP Advises Homeowners to Inspect Home Heating Oil Tanks and Take Precautions to Prevent Spills, Leaks

 


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For more information:

Home Heating Oil Pollution-Prevention Tips

DEP’s Ch. 102 Permit Amendments Guidance Posted

The Chapter 102 Permit Amendments FAQ has been posted on the E&S Resources web page.

http://files.dep.state.pa.us/Water/BPNPSM/StormwaterManagement/ConstructionStormwater/Chapter_102_Permit_Amendments_FAQ.pdf

 

 

Designer’s Corner: Overcoming common errors when installing bioretention systems

https://www.estormwater.com/retention-systems/easier-said-done

Bioretention systems are simple to install, as they basically are depressed landscaped areas with special soil media where runoff from impervious areas is directed to be filtered and infiltrated. While the concept is simple, the implementation often leaves a lot to be desired.

 

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