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The Division of Air Quality will hold virtual public workshops to present a proposal to revise Natural Minor (Reg. 1102) Permitting Fees.
In late 2019, the Division of Air Quality presented a proposal to increase fees for Natural Minor (Regulation 1102) permits. The idea was well-received by the regulated community, however, the proposal was postponed in early 2020. Work on the initiative has resumed and will include further workshops, presentations and discussion. [column md=”5″ xclass=”col-xs-12 col-lg-4
The Division of Air Quality at DNREC will host a public workshop to discuss proposed changes to the Natural Minor (Reg. 1102) Permitting Fees. The current fees were established in 1991 and have not been adjusted in 29 years.
Information on fees for licenses, registrations, permits, and passes from the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife.
Delaware Resident Non-Resident Agent Fee
The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s Division of Air Quality has published the Calendar Year 2018 Title V Fee Status Report per Section 6097(l) of 7 Del. C. Chapter 60, Subchapter VIII.
An archive of meeting materials of the Title V Fee Committee.
Meeting Agenda Meeting Notes Meeting Presentation Meeting Attendance List
Following is a list of fees for applications to the Division of Air Quality for Regulation 1102 construction and operating permits.
The Division of Air Quality is working with the regulated community on a proposal to increase fees for Natural Minor (Regulation 1102) permits. Learn More
The Title V Operating Permit Program Advisory Committee, generally known as the Title V Fee Committee, was established by the Delaware General Assembly (7 Del. Code, § 6099) to provide guidance for the Title V: Major Sources program and to publish an annual report on costs and fees related to the Title V permitting program.
The following is a table of fees related to the permitting and licensing programs of the Groundwater Discharges Section of the Division of Water.
On-Site Inspections (Annual) Holding Tank $60
Following are application and license fees for the DNREC Division of Water Water Supply section. Make checks out as payable to “Division of Water” unless otherwise noted. When an advertisement for a permit is required, the advertisement appears in Sunday newspapers, and is for a 15-day public comment period.