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TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER H—OCEAN DUMPING

PART 230—SECTION 404(b)(1) GUIDELINES FOR SPECIFICATION OF DISPOSAL SITES FOR DREDGED OR FILL MATERIAL

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§230.1
Purpose and policy.
§230.2
Applicability.
§230.3
Definitions.
§230.4
Organization.
§230.5
General procedures to be followed.
§230.6
Adaptability.
§230.7
General permits.
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Subpart B—COMPLIANCE WITH THE GUIDELINES

§230.10
Restrictions on discharge.
§230.11
Factual determinations.
§230.12
Findings of compliance or non-compliance with the restrictions on discharge.
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Subpart C—POTENTIAL IMPACTS ON PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM

§230.20
Substrate.
§230.21
Suspended particulates/turbidity.
§230.22
Water.
§230.23
Current patterns and water circulation.
§230.24
Normal water fluctuations.
§230.25
Salinity gradients.
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Subpart D—POTENTIAL IMPACTS ON BIOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM

§230.30
Threatened and endangered species.
§230.31
Fish, crustaceans, mollusks, and other aquatic organisms in the food web.
§230.32
Other wildlife.
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Subpart E—POTENTIAL IMPACTS ON SPECIAL AQUATIC SITES

§230.40
Sanctuaries and refuges.
§230.41
Wetlands.
§230.42
Mud flats.
§230.43
Vegetated shallows.
§230.44
Coral reefs.
§230.45
Riffle and pool complexes.
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Subpart F—POTENTIAL EFFECTS ON HUMAN USE CHARACTERISTICS

§230.50
Municipal and private water supplies.
§230.51
Recreational and commercial fisheries.
§230.52
Water-related recreation.
§230.53
Aesthetics.
§230.54
Parks, national and historical monuments, national seashores, wilderness areas, research sites, and similar preserves.
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Subpart G—EVALUATION AND TESTING

§230.60
General evaluation of dredged or fill material.
§230.61
Chemical, biological, and physical evaluation and testing.
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Subpart H—ACTIONS TO MINIMIZE ADVERSE EFFECTS

§230.70
Actions concerning the location of the discharge.
§230.71
Actions concerning the material to be discharged.
§230.72
Actions controlling the material after discharge.
§230.73
Actions affecting the method of dispersion.
§230.74
Actions related to technology.
§230.75
Actions affecting plant and animal populations.
§230.76
Actions affecting human use.
§230.77
Other actions.
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Subpart I—PLANNING TO SHORTEN PERMIT PROCESSING TIME

§230.80
Advanced identification of disposal areas.
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Subpart J—COMPENSATORY MITIGATION FOR LOSSES OF AQUATIC RESOURCES

§230.91
Purpose and general considerations.
§230.92
Definitions.
§230.93
General compensatory mitigation requirements.
§230.94
Planning and documentation.
§230.95
Ecological performance standards.
§230.96
Monitoring.
§230.97
Management.
§230.98
Mitigation banks and in-lieu fee programs.


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