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Coastal Zone Act Status Decision: Atlantic Concrete

The DNREC Secretary has determined that a proposal by Atlantic Concrete to build a new concrete manufacturing plant to replace two existing plants on Old Orchard Rd., Lewes, would not require a permit under the Coastal Zone Act.


Coastal Zone Act Status Decision Request: Atlantic Concrete Company

The DNREC Coastal Zone Act Program has received a Request for Status Decision from Atlantic Concrete Company, Inc.


Coastal Zone Act Permit: AgroRefiner LLC

DNREC has issued a standard Coastal Zone permit to AgroRefiner LLC (Project CZA-439P) to operate a hemp processing facility in an existing warehouse at 51 Steel Drive, New Castle.


Public Hearing: Coastal Zone Permit Application from AgroRefiner, LLC

The Coastal Zone Act Program will hold a public hearing on an application for a Coastal Zone permit from AgroRefiner, LLC, to operate a hemp processing facility in an existing warehouse at 51 Steel Drive, New Castle.


Coastal Zone Status Decision: EdgeGEN

The Secretary of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control has made a decision regarding the Request for Status Decision from Tangent Generation Resources (edgeGEN).


Request for a Coastal Zone Act Status Decision: EdgeGEN

Tangent Generation Resources (edgeGEN) has submitted a request for a Coastal Zone Act Status Decision regarding its proposal to install and operate three 2-megawatt natural gas-fired reciprocating internal combustion engines at the Kuehne Chemical facility at 1645 River Road, in Delaware City.


Legal Notice and Public Hearing Notice: Delaware Storage and Pipeline Company Coastal Zone Permit

Delaware Storage and Pipeline Company has requested a Coastal Zone permit to construct a new storage building and undergo a process change at its facility on Port Mahon Rd, east of Dover. DNREC will hold a public hearing on this application on November 19, 2019.


Coastal Zone Act Permit Isued: Veolia North America Regeneration Services, LLC – #436P

the Secretary of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control has issued a Coastal Zone Act Permit to Veolia North America Regeneration Services, LLC.


Coastal Zone Act Status Decision: Proposed DP&L Satellite Liquefied Natural Gas Facility

The DNREC Secretary has decided that Delmarva Power and Light will not need a permit under the Coastal Zone Act to develop a satellite liquefied natural gas facility at their property on River Road in New Castle.


Application for a Coastal Zone Act Status Decision: DP&L LNG Facility

Delmarva Power & Light Company has applied for a for a Coastal Zone Act Status Decision as to whether they must apply for approval to develop a satellite liquefied natural gas facility, at their property on River Road, in New Castle, Delaware.


Public Hearing: Coastal Zone Regulations

DNREC and the Coastal Zone Industrial Control Board will jointly conduct a public hearing on proposed amendments to the Regulations Governing Delaware’s Coastal Zone on June 24, 2019, at 6:00 P.M., at the DNREC office at 391 Lukens Drive, New Castle.


Coastal Zone Act Application: Veolia Red Lion Plant

DNREC has received an application for a Coastal Zone Act permit from Veolia North America Regeneration Services, LLC, to increase sulfuric acid regeneration from 550 tons per day, as allowed by existing permit #406, to 750 tons per day at their facility near New Castle, Delaware.


Coastal Zone Conversion Permits Open Houses

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control is seeking input on the preliminary recommendations made by the Coastal Zone Conversion Permit Act Regulatory Advisory Committee.
February 25, in Claymont February 26, in Delaware City 


CZCPA Work Groups

Four Work Groups were formed to provide technical support to the Coastal Zone Conversion Permit Act (CZCPA) Regulatory Advisory Committee (RAC). This page contains information about each of the four Work Groups, including focus areas and meeting materials. Due to the complex nature of many topics addressed in the Coastal Zone Conversion Permit Act,


CZCPA Regulatory Advisory Committee

In June 2018, DNREC assembled the Coastal Zone Conversion Permit Act (CZCPA) Regulatory Advisory Committee (RAC) to provide guidance and feedback to DNREC on the development of regulations under the Coastal Zone Conversion Permit Act. This page contains all information and materials from Committee meetings, including the RAC’s final recommendations.
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Delaware Coastal Zone Act Program

The Coastal Zone Act (CZA) Program regulates new and existing manufacturing and heavy industrial activities in Delaware’s Coastal Zone, which generally runs the length of the state along the Delaware River, the Delaware Bay, the Inland Bays and the Atlantic Ocean.



Coastal Zone Conversion Permits

The 2017 Coastal Zone Conversion Permit Act amended the Coastal Zone Act to allow the reuse of 14 grandfathered sites of heavy industry use within Delaware’s Coastal Zone. The Coastal Zone Conversion Permit Act required DNREC to develop regulations (7 DE Admin. Code 101) for the issuance of conversion permits and to set fees


History of the Coastal Zone Act

Then-Governor Russell Peterson signed the Delaware Coastal Zone Act (CZA) into law on June 28, 1971. The Governor and General Assembly of 1971 recognized that the coastal areas of Delaware are the most critical areas for the future of the State in terms of quality of life. The Act is designed to protect the natural environment





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