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Bridge Permit Construction, reconstruction or modification of an existing bridge or causeway across navigable waters of the United States.
National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) NEPA applies to all major federal actions; federal projects, any project requiring a federal permit, receiving federal funding or located on federal land. Application of categorical exclusions is determined by the federal funding.
Natural Heritage, Dedicated Nature Preserves, Rare Species, Natural Communities, and Natural Areas Certain environmental documents and permit applications require information on the status and proximity of rare plants and animals (including Federal or State listed species), priority natural areas, natural communities, or areas managed for conservation (managed areas), to proposed project sites.
Oil Terminal Facility Registration Registration of any bulk terminal facility having or capable of having a storage capacity equal or greater than 21,000 gallons.
Operating Permit for Commercial Underground Storage Tanks The registration and operation of underground storage tanks used to contain an accumulation of regulated substances and whose volume (including connected underground piping) is 10 percent or more beneath the ground.
Permit for Work in Navigable Waters (Section 10 Permit) Any activity which requires work in, over or under navigable waters of the United States
State Environmental Policy Act of 1971 (SEPA) All state agencies are required to review and report the environmental effects of all activities that meet three criteria: (1) an action by a state agency, (2) expenditure of public monies or private use of public land, and (3) a potential for detrimental environmental effects. An Environmental Assessment (EA) or an Environmental Impact Study (EIS) can be required.
Wetlands and Streams - Section 404 Permit Any activity which would discharge dredged or fill materials into waters of the United States, including special aquatic sites such as wetlands.