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Title 33Chapter ISubchapter NNPart 148Subpart G → §148.715

Title 33: Navigation and Navigable Waters
Subpart G—Environmental Review Criteria for Deepwater Ports

§148.715   How is an environmental review conducted?

The environmental review of a proposed deepwater port and reasonable alternatives consists of Federal, tribal, State, and public review of the following two parts:

(a) An evaluation of the proposal's completeness of environmental information and quality of assessment, probable environmental impacts, and identification of procedures or technology that might mitigate probable adverse environmental impacts through avoiding, minimizing, rectifying, reducing, eliminating, or compensating for those impacts; and

(b) An evaluation of the effort made under the proposal to mitigate its probable environmental impacts. This evaluation will assess the applicant's consideration of the criteria in §§148.720 through 148.740 of this subpart.

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