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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter DPart 124


TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER D—WATER PROGRAMS

PART 124—PROCEDURES FOR DECISIONMAKING

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS

§124.1
Purpose and scope.
§124.2
Definitions.
§124.3
Application for a permit.
§124.4
Consolidation of permit processing.
§124.5
Modification, revocation and reissuance, or termination of permits.
§124.6
Draft permits.
§124.7
Statement of basis.
§124.8
Fact sheet.
§124.9
Administrative record for draft permits when EPA is the permitting authority.
§124.10
Public notice of permit actions and public comment period.
§124.11
Public comments and requests for public hearings.
§124.12
Public hearings.
§124.13
Obligation to raise issues and provide information during the public comment period.
§124.14
Reopening of the public comment period.
§124.15
Issuance and effective date of permit.
§124.16
Stays of contested permit conditions.
§124.17
Response to comments.
§124.18
Administrative record for final permit when EPA is the permitting authority.
§124.19
Appeal of RCRA, UIC, NPDES and PSD Permits.
§124.20
Computation of time.
§124.21
Effective date of part 124.
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Subpart B—SPECIFIC PROCEDURES APPLICABLE TO RCRA PERMITS

§124.31
Pre-application public meeting and notice.
§124.32
Public notice requirements at the application stage.
§124.33
Information repository.
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Subpart C—SPECIFIC PROCEDURES APPLICABLE TO PSD PERMITS

§124.41
Definitions applicable to PSD permits.
§124.42
Additional procedures for PSD permits affecting Class I areas.
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Subpart D—SPECIFIC PROCEDURES APPLICABLE TO NPDES PERMITS

§124.51
Purpose and scope.
§124.52
Permits required on a case-by-case basis.
§124.53
State certification.
§124.54
Special provisions for State certification and concurrence on applications for section 301(h) variances.
§124.55
Effect of State certification.
§124.56
Fact sheets.
§124.57
Public notice.
§124.58
[Reserved]
§124.59
Conditions requested by the Corps of Engineers and other government agencies.
§124.60
Issuance and effective date and stays of NPDES permits.
§124.61
Final environmental impact statement.
§124.62
Decision on variances.
§124.63
Procedures for variances when EPA is the permitting authority.
§124.64
Appeals of variances.
§124.65
[Reserved]
§124.66
Special procedures for decisions on thermal variances under section 316(a).
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Subparts E-F [Reserved]

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Subpart G—PROCEDURES FOR RCRA STANDARDIZED PERMIT

General Information About Standardized Permits

§124.200
What is a RCRA standardized permit?
§124.201
Who is eligible for a standardized permit?

Applying for a Standardized Permit

§124.202
How do I as a facility owner or operator apply for a standardized permit?
§124.203
How may I switch from my individual RCRA permit to a standardized permit?

Issuing a Standardized Permit

§124.204
What must I do as the Director of the regulatory agency to prepare a draft standardized permit?
§124.205
What must I do as the Director of the regulatory agency to prepare a final standardized permit?
§124.206
In what situations may I require a facility owner or operator to apply for an individual permit?

Opportunities for Public Involvement in the Standardized Permit Process

§124.207
What are the requirements for public notices?
§124.208
What are the opportunities for public comments and hearings on draft permit decisions?
§124.209
What are the requirements for responding to comments?
§124.210
May I, as an interested party in the permit process, appeal a final standardized permit?

Maintaining a Standardized Permit

§124.211
What types of changes may I make to my standardized permit?
§124.212
What procedures must I follow to make routine changes?
§124.213
What procedures must I follow to make routine changes with prior approval?
§124.214
What procedures must I follow to make significant changes?


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