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26.03.12.00.htm 26.03.12.00. Title 26 DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT Subtitle 03 WATER SUPPLY, SEWERAGE, SOLID WASTE, AND POLLUTION CONTROL PLANNING AND FUNDING Chapter 12 Construction Permits and Certain Related Requirements for Major Water Supply and Major Sewerage Systems Authority: Environment Article, §9-204 and 9-510, Annotated Code of Maryland
26.03.12.01.htm 26.03.12.01. 01 Scope.. These regulations set forth certain requirements in connection with the installation, material alteration, or material extension of major water supply systems and major sewerage systems, including the requirement that a permit must first be issued by the Department of the Environment, and the related fees.
26.03.12.02.htm 26.03.12.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) "Department" means the Department of the Environment.. 2) "Design capacity" means the maximum flow capacity that something is capable of providing while achieving and maintaining the level of performance for which it was designed.3) "Includes" means including but not limited to.. 4) "Local government" means a Maryland county, municipality, sanitary commi
26.03.12.03.htm 26.03.12.03. 03 General Requirements.. A. Permit. A person shall have a permit issued by the Department under Environment Article, §9-204, Annotated Code of Maryland, before the person installs, materially alters, or materially extends a major water supply system or major sewerage system within the State.B. Construction in Accordance with Permit. Within the State, a person may not:. 1) Install, materially alter, or materially extend a major water supply system or major sewerage sys
26.03.12.04.htm 26.03.12.04. 04 Application for Permit.. A. Application Contents.. 1) To apply for a permit, an applicant shall submit to the Department an application consisting of all of the following:a) A completed application form as specified by the Department;. b) A fee equal to the sum of the amounts due under Regulations .05 and .06 of this chapter unless the permit is exempt from the requirement to pay a fee under the provisions of the governmental exemption set forth in Regulation .07 of this chapter;
26.03.12.05.htm 26.03.12.05. 05 Major Water Supply System Application and Permit Fees.. A. Exception. Notwithstanding §B―E of this regulation and Regulation .09 of this chapter, and in the discretion of the Department, fees for minor improvements or revisions to existing permits may be waived or reduced.B. Application and Permit Fees. An applicant for a permit to install, materially alter, or materially extend a major water supply system shall pay the sum of the applicable fees set forth in the fee s
26.03.12.06.htm 26.03.12.06. 06 Major Sewerage System Application and Permit Fees.. A. Exception. Notwithstanding §B―E of this regulation and Regulation .09 of this chapter, and in the discretion of the Department, fees for minor improvements or revisions to existing permits may be waived or reduced.B. Application and Permit Fees. An applicant for a permit to install, materially alter, or materially extend a major sewerage system shall pay the sum of the applicable fees set forth in the fee sched
26.03.12.07.htm 26.03.12.07. 07 Governmental Exemption from Payment of Fee.. A. General. Improvements to be constructed pursuant to a permit are not exempt from the fees due under this chapter unless they will be governmentally owned as soon as they become affixed to the real property, that is, as they are constructed, and satisfy all requirements of either §B or C of this regulation. The applicant for the permit shall be a governmental entity as listed in Regulation .02B(11)c) of this chapter, an
26.03.12.08.htm 26.03.12.08. 08 As-Constructed Plans.. Within 60 days after the completion of the work under a permit, the holder of the permit shall submit to the Department, for permanent record, a copy of the plans, with a certification satisfactory to the Department, that shows the work as built, or a certification satisfactory to the Department that the work was built in accordance with the original plans approved by the Department.
26.03.12.09.htm 26.03.12.09. 09 Revised Permits and Revised Permit Fees.. An applicant for a revised permit to install, materially alter, or materially extend a major water supply system or major sewerage system shall submit any information the Department requires and pay a nonrefundable revised permit application fee of $100.
26.03.12.10.htm 26.03.12.10. 10 Permit Expiration and Extensions.. A. Permits expire 3 years after the date of issuance, unless an extension is granted by the Department.B. The permit holder may apply to the Department for a 1-year extension of the permit expiration date. The nonrefundable fee for applying for the extension is $50.C. The granting of a permit extension is in the discretion of the Department..
26.03.12.11.htm 26.03.12.11. 11 Applicability.. A. This chapter implements the requirements of Environment Article, §9-204, Annotated Code of Maryland, in connection with major water supply systems and major sewerage systems.B. This chapter may not be interpreted as meaning that a permit issued under Environment Article, §9-204, Annotated Code of Maryland, is not required for the installation, material alteration, or material extension of a:1) Water supply system, as defined in Environment
26.03.12.12.htm 26.03.12.12. 12 Penalties.. Persons violating these regulations or any permit issued under these regulations are subject to Environment Article, §9-268 and 9-334―9-342, Annotated Code of Maryland, and the penalties set forth there.
26.03.12.9999.htm 26.03.12.9999. Administrative History Effective date: January 1, 1992 (18:25 Md. R. 2759). Regulations .02, .05, and .06 amended as an emergency provision effective November 17, 1995 (22:25 Md. R. 1959) amended permanently effective February 26, 1996 (23:4 Md. R. 274)Regulation .03C adopted effective October 4, 1999 (26:20 Md. R. 1548). Regulation .04A amended effective October 4, 1999 (26:20 Md. R. 1548).
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