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     1-40-28.   Registration for individual permits required by holders of certain general permits. General permits issued pursuant to chapter 34A-1, 34A-2, or 34A-6 which, after public notice and opportunity for hearing before the board, are used to regulate a specific category of activities which are conducted statewide, which are similar in design and operation, and which pose relatively low risks to public health and the environment. The secretary and the board shall have the authority to require any person authorized under a general permit to apply for and obtain an individual permit if an operation cannot comply with all the terms of the general permit, if an operation is significantly different from the industry standard in design or operation, if an operation is causing or has the potential to cause a threat to public health or the environment or if a change has occurred in the availability of demonstrated technology for that activity. The secretary shall maintain a list of interested persons for each general permit issued, and shall provide notice to such persons concerning any proposed changes to the terms, content, or conditions of that general permit.

Source: SL 1991, ch 288, ยง 1A.


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