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NPDES Permit Application: Baltimore Aircoil Company, Inc.

Baltimore Aircoil Company, Inc. has applied for reissuance of its National Pollutant Discharge System Permit to discharge storm water associated with industrial activity to Lednum Branch, a tributary of Haven Lake, from their facility at 1162 Holly Hill Road, in Milford.
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NPDES Permit Application: Bilcare Research, Inc.

Bilcare Research, Inc. has applied for reissuance of its National Pollutant Discharge System (NPDES) Permit to discharge storm water to the Delaware River and to unnamed tributary to Dragon Run Creek from their facility located at 1389 School House Road in New Castle County.
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Stormwater Infrastructure Loans

The Delaware Water Pollution Control Revolving Fund provides loans for stormwater infrastructure projects as part of a 20% set-aside designed to provide funds forĀ  green infrastructure, water or energy efficiency improvements, or other environmentally innovative activities.
Stormwater infrastructure project loans are made at below market interest rates.
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Topic: Drainage and Stormwater

Delaware is a coastal state. Most of the land in Delaware is flat and close to sea-level. Our underlying water table is generally high. As a result, drainage and the management of stormwater are important considerations in land use planning, construction, and agriculture.
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Topic: Wetlands

A wetland is simply an area of land that is wet during the growing season. All true wetlands have three characteristics: typical wetland plants, wetland soils, and evidence that water is or can be at or near the surface. Our wetlands provide valuable service to Delaware. Wetlands purify our water. They provide habitat for rare and commercially important plants, fish and animals. And they protect us from flooding.
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