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Department of Environmental Quality (Agency 440)
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The Code of Virginia (§ 62.1-44.15:28 A 9) and the Virginia Stormwater Management Program (VSMP) Regulation (9VAC25-870-65 and 9VAC25-870-96) allow for the use of approved proprietary best management practices (BMPs). This guidance provides procedures used by the Department of Environmental Quality (Department or DEQ) to approve proprietary BMPs. Approved proprietary BMPs are listed on the Virginia Stormwater BMP Clearinghouse with an assigned total phosphorus (TP) pollutant removal efficiency. The proprietary BMPs listed on the Virginia Stormwater BMP Clearinghouse can be used to meet the water quality design criteria established in 9VAC25-870-65 and 9VAC25-870-96. This document replaces Guidance Memo No. 14-2009.
GM14-2009 INTERIM USE OF STORMWATER MANUFACTURED TREATMENT DEVICES (MTDs) TO MEET THE NEW VIRGINIA STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAM (VSMP) TECHNICAL CRITERIA, PART IIB WATER QUALITY DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
GM21-2006 Use of Stormwater Proprietary Best Management Practices to Meet Virginia Stormwater Management Program Technical Criteria for Water Quality Compliance
1 Comment     Last comment: 10/25/21 10:10 am     Closes: 11/24/21
State Water Control Board
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This guidance supersedes Chapters 2 through 4 (last updated in November 2016) and Chapter 6 (various portions last updated 1999, 2007, and 2016) of the DEQ Civil Enforcement Manual on Virginia Regulatory Town Hall (ID: 4012, CEM-01, CEM-04, CEM- 05, CEM-06, CEM-07, CEM-10, CEM-11, CEM-11A, and CEM-11B). These chapters of the Civil Enforcement Manual covers general compliance and enforcement procedures, the timely and appropriate policy for processing cases, procedures for calculating civil charges, and adversarial administrative proceedings.
CEM-01 Civil Enforcement Manual - Introduction
CEM-05 Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 2A - Attachments to Chapter 2 - General Enforcement Procedures
CEM-06 Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 3 - Priority, Timeliness and Certainty of Enforcement Actions
CEM-10 Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 6 - Adversarial Administrative Actions
CEM-11 Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 6 Continued - Formal Hearings
CEM-11A Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 6 Addendum - Cover Memorandum
CEM-11B Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 6 Addendum
CEM-04 Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 2 - General Enforcement Procedures
New Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 3 - Appropriate, Consistent, and Timely Enforcement
CEM-07 Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 4 - Civil Charges and Civil Penalties
New Civil Enforcement Manual - Chapter 6 - APA Adversarial Proceedings
0 Comments     Closes: 11/24/21
State Water Control Board
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This is new guidance which provides a definition of an electronic signature and provides an outline by which the Agency will accept an electronic signature as authorized under Virginia Code § 59.1-482 et al.
New E-Signature Guidance
0 Comments     Closes: 11/24/21
State Water Control Board
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This guidance document is a revision to implement new laws, which include the following: Va. Code § 2.2-3705.1 (10) regarding the disclosure of personal contact information of individuals who request to receive electronic notifications from a public body for the purpose of receiving electronic, Va. Code § 2.2-3705.6 (29) regarding the withholding of proprietary information for solar services or carbon sequestration agreements.
6-2014 Virginia Freedom of Information Act Compliance
New Manual for Processing Requests Pursuant to the Virginia Freedom of Information Act
0 Comments     Closes: 11/24/21
State Water Control Board