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Howard Duckett Dam to meet current Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) dam safety standards including the Probable Maximum Flood (PMF) criteria and maximum credible earthquake loadings.
As part of a voluntary initiative developed with the Maryland Department of the Environment, the plant developed an accelerated plan mercury emission compliance plant that would protect and enhance the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
The draft permit addresses only particulate matter and crystalline silica emissions because the Maryland Department of the Environment, the state agency that would issue the permit, determined the New Windsor limestone operations would not affect other emissions by the company, such as sulfur dioxide and mercury emissions.
The Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) held an auto refinish rule meeting on March 22, 2011 to discuss adopting the lower VOC limits from the Ozone Transport Commission auto refinish model rule.
The Maryland Department of the Environment has been following this project closely, since there are numerous landfills statewide that would benefit from this alternative closure approach.
The wetland permits needed from the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) and the U.
The bill, as written, would require the Maryland Department of the Environment to create and implement a plan to achieve statewide1990 greenhouse gas emission levels by 2020.
Advocates last week called on the Maryland Department of the Environment to pass the new standards as an administrative rule.