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26.03.13.00.htm 26.03.13.00. Title 26 DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT Subtitle 03 WATER SUPPLY, SEWERAGE, SOLID WASTE, AND POLLUTION CONTROL PLANNING AND FUNDING Chapter 13 Bay Restoration Fund Implementation Authority: Environment Article, §9-1605.2, Annotated Code of Maryland; Chs. 80 and 379, Acts of 2014; Chs. 124 and 153, Acts of 2015
26.03.13.01.htm 26.03.13.01. 01 Scope.. This chapter specifies the procedures for implementing the Bay Restoration Fund authorized under Environment Article, §9-1605.2, Annotated Code of Maryland. The Bay Restoration Fund is administered by the Maryland Water Quality Financing Administration, a unit of the Department, and is comprised of two sub-funds:A. Wastewater Fund: Bay Restoration Fund fees collected from customers or users of wastewater treatment plants are deposited by the Comptroller into t
26.03.13.02.htm 26.03.13.02. 02 Definitions.. A. In this chapter, the following terms have the meanings indicated.. B. Terms Defined.. 1) “Administration” means the Maryland Water Quality Financing Administration.. 2) “Biological nutrient removal” has the meaning stated in Environment Article, §9-1601, Annotated Code of Maryland.3) “Department” means the Maryland Department of the Environment.. 4) “Eligible cost” has the meaning stated in Environment Article, §9-1605.2(i) Annotated Code of Maryland.
26.03.13.03.htm 26.03.13.03. 03 Wastewater Fund.. A. Bay Restoration Fund fees deposited into the Wastewater Fund shall be used:. 1) To provide a source of revenue or security for the payment of principal and interest on bonds issued by the Administration, and the cost of issuance, if the bond proceeds are deposited in the Bay Restoration Fund;2) To provide grant awards to wastewater treatment plants whose users have contributed to the Bay Restoration Fund for up to 100 percent of the eligib
26.03.13.04.htm 26.03.13.04. 04 Onsite Sewage Disposal System Fund.. A. Bay Restoration Fund fees deposited into the Onsite Sewage Disposal System Fund shall be used:. 1) To provide grants or loans up to 100 percent for:. a) The cost to upgrade an existing onsite sewage disposal system with the best available technology for the removal of nitrogen;b) The cost difference between a conventional onsite sewage disposal system and an onsite sewage disposal system that utilizes the best available tech
26.03.13.9999.htm 26.03.13.9999. Administrative History Effective date: February 3, 2014 (40:2 Md. R. 92). Regulation .01A amended effective June 23, 2014 (41:12 Md. R. 669). Regulation .03 amended effective June 23, 2014 (41:12 Md. R. 669) March 28, 2016 (43:6 Md. R. 412). Regulation .04A amended effective January 23, 2015 (42:1 Md. R. 19). Regulation .04A, C amended effective June 23, 2014 (41:12 Md. R. 669). Regulation .04D adopted effective January 23, 2015 (42:1 Md. R. 19).
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