Pages Tagged With: "permitting and regulation"
GFP Mobile Mix Supply, LLC requests permits to construct 2 silos and baghouses for cement storage, and an amendment to an existing permit to change the location and loading rate of an existing silo and baghouse at their facility at 14 Hadco Road, Wilmington.
The Town of Slaughter Beach proposes to bring in approximately 5700 cubic yards of sand to rebuild the dune from Sussex Avenue to Simpson Avenue.
A list of recent water allocation permit applications to the DNREC Water Supply Section.
A listing of applications for permits and leases to the DNREC Wetlands and Subaqueous Lands Section.
A listing of recent permit applications to the DNREC Groundwater Discharges Section.
The USDA Farm Service Agency proposes to subordinate a loan by an existing borrower to build a house/shop and install a driveway, parking area, well and septic system on approximately 9 acres of cleared cropland on Chapel Branch Road in Seaford.
Double H Development, LLC has submitted an application for a Temporary Holding Tank Permit to serve the Stonewater Creek subdivision.
Silverbrook Cemetery Company requests an amendment to their permits to operate two cremation units at their facility at 3300 Lancaster Ave., Wilmington.
A listing of water allocation permit applications to the DNREC Water Supply Section.
Lidl requests permission to install an emergency generator at their store at 140 N DuPont Highway, in Dover.
The Division of Water will conduct a virtual public hearing on a Water Allocation permit modification application from Artesian Water Company regarding its Chesapeake City Road well field located South of Bear in New Castle County.
Windward on the River, LP. has submitted an application for a Temporary Holding Tank Permit to serve the Windward on the River community.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency proposes to provide loans for the construction of a new grain storage facility on a farm west of Seaford.
David Smoker has requested an allocation permit for a proposed irrigation well to be located north of Greenwood inear the intersection of Sussex Highway and Cart Branch Circle.
A listing of applications for permits to transport regulated RCRA hazardous and/or non-hazardous solid wastes in, out of, or through the State of Delaware.
The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control offers occasional training opportunities focused on the Division of Air Quality’s permitting and regulation programs.
Michelle Jacobs Small Business Ombudsman 302-739-9069
A listing of recent wetlands and subaqueous lands applications to the DNREC Wetlands and Subaqueous Lands Section.
A list of recent applications to the DNREC Groundwater Discharges Section for renewals of Non-Hazardous Liquid Waste Transporters Permits.
DNREC will hold a virtual public hearing on an application for a lease and permits to build a new 10-slip marina in Herring Creek near the end of Sisters Lane, in Millsboro.
Residences at River Place, LLC proposes to fill 1,982 square feet of non-tidal wetlands as part of a project to construct two apartment buildings with thirty six units each at The Residences at Riverplace Phase 3, Riverplace Drive, Seaford.
Mountaire Farms of Delaware requests a construction permit to replace a grain loadout leg at their facility at 29106 John J. Williams Hwy, Millsboro.
A listing of recent applications to the DNREC Water Supply Section for water allocation permits for irrigation wells.
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.
Sunset Village, LLC proposes to construct a pump station and approximately 954 linear feet of force main to serve 238 proposed apartment units and a clubhouse on the east side of Upper King Road at the Derbywood Circle intersection, in Camden.
MMW Investments, LLC proposes to remove existing, deteriorated docking facilities and construct new docking facilities at 640 Pilottown Road, in Lewes.
A listing of companies that have submitted permit applications to transport regulated RCRA hazardous and/or non-hazardous solid wastes in, out of, or through the State of Delaware.
INV Performance Materials, LLC (INVISTA), requests a permit to construct Draw Machine #1 Process Line at their facility at 25876 DuPont Road, Seaford.
The DSWA Central Solid Waste Management Center requests a permit to install a landfill gas collection and removal system for Disposal Area F at their facility at 1107 Willow Grove Road, in Felton.
Mountaire Farms, Inc., requests a permit to install a receiving elevator leg at their facility at 3009 North Little Creek Rd, Little Creek.
Absolute Pressure Cleaning has applied to the Groundwater Discharges Section for a Non-Hazardous Liquid Waste Transporters Permit to transport other non-hazardous liquid waste to be disposed of at out-of-state permitted facilities.
A listing of permit applications to the DNREC Water Supply Section.
A listing of recent subaqueous lands permit applications to the DNREC Wetlands and Subaqueous Lands Section.
The DNREC secretary has issued an order which authorizes Christopher At the Townes At Bayshore Village, LLC to construct and operate a new 18 slip minor marina.
B. Brittingham’s has applied for renewal of a permit to transport septage and holding tank waste to be disposed of at the Town of Laurel Wastewater Treatment Facility; Clean Delaware, Inc.; and the Sussex County Sewer System.
Diamond State Port Corporation has applied to conduct annual maintenance dredging in the Christina River during a 10-year period at the Port of Wilmington.
Coastal development adds stress to beach systems, especially to dunes. Dunes and beaches are the first lines of protection from wave action for coastal communities during coastal storms. Dunes also act as storage areas that supply sand to the beach during storms.
A listing of applications to the DNREC Water Supply Section for water allocation permits.
The Sussex County Engineering Department has applied for a permit to install 1,450 linear feet of 2-inch low pressure forcemain along Plantation Road to serve five properties located at the intersection of Plantation Road and Craig Blvd,
The transportation of non-hazardous solid waste (including scrap tires and infectious waste), and hazardous waste (including used oil), is subject to regulation in Delaware.
Compliance and Permitting Section 89 Kings Highway Dover, DE 19901 302-739-9403
The Town of Selbyville proposes to construct approximately 7,660 linear feet of 10-inch diameter sanitary sewer force main.
A list of recent applications to the DNREC Water Supply Section for Water Allocation Permits.
The applicant proposes adding a personal watercraft lift to an existing structure and installing a floating kayak dock with two support pilings at 32 Eleanor Lee Lane East, Rehoboth Beach.
INV Performance Materials has applied for reissuance of its National Pollutant Discharge System permit to discharge from its nylon production facility in Seaford to the Nanticoke River.
A list of recent permit applications to the DNREC Groundwater Discharges Section.
Waste Masters Solutions LLC has applied for renewal of a permit to transport portable toilet waste to be disposed of at the New Castle and Kent County Sewer Systems.
United Cocoa Processor, Inc. has submitted a construction permit application for expansion at their facility at 701 Pencader Drive, Newark.
The DNREC Watershed Stewardship Sediment and Stormwater Program has released revised regulatory guidance documents for public review.
Sussex County proposes to construct a pump station and related force main to help serve residents in the Sussex County Herring Creek Sanitary Sewer District. The proposed improvements are located east of the John J. Williams Highway (Rt. 24) between the Sloan Rd. and Banks Rd. intersections near Angola.
Tidewater Environmental Services, Inc., of Dover, has applied for a permit to upgrade an existing pump station on Front Street, in Milton, and install 6,050 linear feet of 10-inch forcemain.
The Sussex County Engineering Department has applied for a permit to install a pump station and 2,678 linear feet of forcemain to serve the subdivision of Wolfe Runne, located south of Gills Neck Road and approximately 2 miles southeast of the Town of Lewes.