The National Pollution Discharge Elimination System permit appeals process be modified by replacing the Environmental Appeals Board, the administrative appeals board made up of former EPA officials and attorneys, with "an independent and unbiased panel" with appropriate technical and legal competencies.
What does EAB stand for?
EAB stands for Environmental Appeals Board (EPA)
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We have 106 other meanings of EAB in our Acronym Attic
- Engineering Advisory Board (various locations)
- English Amiga Board (computer forum)
- Enhanced Access Barring (telecommunications)
- Enhanced Anaerobic Bioremediation
- Enquête Annuelle de Branche (French: Annual Survey Branch)
- Entente Astarac-Bigorre (French rugby club)
- Entente Athlétique Bressane (French athletic club)
- Enterprise Architecture Board (US NASA)
- Entreprise des Associés du Bâtiment (French: Enterprise Associates Building)
- Environmental Advisory Board
- Epic-Level Attack Bonus (Dungeons and Dragons game)
- Eppley Administration Building (University of Nebraska at Omaha)
- Equilibrio Acido Base (Italian: Acid-Base Balance)
- Équipe Acro Beloeil (French: model airplane club; Belgium)
- Escaliers et Art du Bois (French: Stairs and Wood Art)
- Esperanto Association of Britain (aka Esperanto-Asocio de Britio; UK)
- Esperanto-Asocio de Britio (Esperanto: Esperanto Association of Britain; UK)
- Estate Affairs Board
- Ethics Advisory Board
- Europe Arab Bank (various locations)
Samples in periodicals archive:
EPA's Environmental Appeals Board upheld five Arizona municipal stormwater permits which do not include numeric effluent limitations on stormwater discharges.
In March, the EPA's Environmental Appeals Board rejected the Upper Blackstone's request for review of permit conditions, and the EPA issued a final permit for the plant.
Similarly, in Alberta, the Environmental Appeals Board hears appeals by industry and the public under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act and the Water Act, mainly dealing with approvals and licences.