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STATE CONSERVATION COMMISSION

NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT PLANS RELATED TO APPLICATIONS FOR NPDES PERMITS FOR CAFOs

 The State Conservation Commission has taken the following actions on previously received applications for nutrient management plans under 3 Pa.C.S. Chapter 5, for agricultural operations that have or anticipate submitting applications for new, amended or renewed NPDES permits or NOIs for coverage under a general permit for CAFOs under 25 Pa. Code Chapter 92a. This notice is provided in accordance with 25 Pa. Code Chapter 92a and 40 CFR Part 122, implementing The Clean Streams Law and the Federal Clean Water Act.

 Persons aggrieved by an action may appeal under 3 Pa.C.S. § 517, section 4 of the Environmental Hearing Board Act and 2 Pa.C.S. §§ 501—508 and 701—704 to the Environmental Hearing Board, Second Floor, Rachel Carson State Office Building, 400 Market Street, P. O. Box 8457, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8457, (717) 787-3483. TDD users should contact the Environmental Hearing Board (Board) through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at (800) 654-5984. Appeals must be filed with the Board within 30 days of publication of this notice in the Pennsylvania Bulletin. Copies of the appeal form and the Board's rules of practice and procedure may be obtained from the Board. The appeal form and the Board's rules of practice and procedure are also available in Braille or on audiotape from the Secretary of the Board at (717) 787-3483. This paragraph does not, in and of itself, create a right of appeal beyond that permitted by applicable statutes and decision law.

 For individuals who wish to challenge actions, appeals must reach the Board within 30 days. A lawyer is not needed to file an appeal with the Board. Important legal rights are at stake, however, so individuals should show this notice to a lawyer at once. Persons who cannot afford a lawyer may qualify for pro bono representation. Call the Secretary of the Board at (717) 787-3483 for more information.

NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT PLAN—PUBLIC NOTICE SPREADSHEET

Agricultural Operation
Name and Address
County Total
Acres
Animal Equivalent Units Animal
Type
Special Protection Waters (HQ or
EV or NA)
Approved or Disapproved
Hamilton Farms LLC
10049 Ferguson Valley Road Lewistown, PA 17044
Snyder 0 acres for manure application 734.14 Swine HQ Action

PUBLIC WATER SUPPLY PERMITS

 The Department has taken the following actions on applications received under the Pennsylvania Safe Drinking Water Act (35 P. S. §§ 721.1—721.17) for the construction, substantial modification or operation of a public water system.

 Persons aggrieved by an action may appeal that action to the Environmental Hearing Board (Board) under section 4 of the Environmental Hearing Board Act and 2 Pa.C.S. §§ 501—508 and 701—704. The appeal should be sent to the Environmental Hearing Board, Second Floor, Rachel Carson State Office Building, 400 Market Street, PO Box 8457, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8457, (717) 787-3483. TDD users may contact the Board through the Pennsylvania Relay Service, (800) 654-5984. Appeals must be filed with the Board within 30 days of publication of this notice in the Pennsylvania Bulletin unless the appropriate statute provides a different time period. Copies of the appeal form and the Board's rules of practice and procedure may be obtained from the Board. The appeal form and the Board's rules of practice and procedure are also available in Braille or on audiotape from the Secretary to the Board at (717) 787-3483. This paragraph does not, in and of itself, create a right of appeal beyond that permitted by applicable statutes and decisional law.

 For individuals who wish to challenge an action, the appeal must reach the Board within 30 days. A lawyer is not needed to file an appeal with the Board.

 Important legal rights are at stake, however, so individuals should show this document to a lawyer at once. Persons who cannot afford a lawyer may qualify for pro bono representation. Call the Secretary to the Board at (717) 787-3483 for more information.

SAFE DRINKING WATER


Actions taken under the Pennsylvania Safe Drinking Water Act

Northeast Region: Safe Drinking Water Program Manager, 2 Public Square, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711-0790

Permit No. 3511502, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Nature's Way Purewater Systems, Inc.
[Borough or Township] Covington Twp
County Lackawanna
Type of Facility Bottled Water System
(Covington Springs Source)
Consulting Engineer Earth Res Group
PO Box 468
Pipersville, Pa
Permit to Construct Issued March 16, 2012

Southcentral Region: Water Supply Management Program Manager, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110

Permit No. 5011509 MA, Minor Amendment, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Pfautz Rentals, LP
(Phautz Apartments)
Municipality Penn Township
County Perry
Responsible Official Suzanne H Hammaker, Partner 10 Dicken Drive
Marysville, PA 17053
Type of Facility 4-log Dmeonstration.
Consulting Engineer 1 - Not Available
Permit to Construct Issued: 3/23/2012

Permit No. 5011510 MA, Minor Amendment, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Pfauts Rentals, LP
(Pfautz Heights)
Municipality Penn Township
County Perry
Responsible Official Suzanne H Hammaker, Partner 10 Dicken Drive
Marysville, PA 17053
Type of Facility Chlorine contact pipe installation.
Consulting Engineer 1 - Not Available
Permit to Construct Issued: 3/23/2012

Permit No. 6712501 MA, Minor Amendment, Public Water Supply.

Applicant The York Water Company
Municipality Shrewsbury Township
County York
Responsible Official Mark S Snyder,
Engineering Manager
130 East Market Street
PO Box 15089
York, PA 17405-7089
Type of Facility Shrewsbury standpipe repainting.
Consulting Engineer Mark S Snyder, P.E.
The York Water Company
130 East Market Street
PO Box 15089
York, PA 17405-7089
Permit to Construct Issued: 3/20/2012

Permit No. 3612502 MA, Minor Amendment, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Columbia Water Company
Municipality Columbia Borough
County Lancaster
Responsible Official David T Lewis, General Manager 220 Locust Street
Columbia, PA 17512
Type of Facility Conversion of the Prospect Road Tank Chlorine Booster Station to sodium hypochlorite
Consulting Engineer David T Lewis, P.E.
Columbia Water Company
220 Locust Street
Columbia, PA 17512
Permit to Construct Issued: 3/14/2012

Permit No. 6711521 MA, Minor Amendment, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Llewellyn's MHP
Municipality Dover Township
County York
Responsible Official Sue Gochenour, Owner
4550 Bull Road
Dover, PA 17315
Type of Facility Chlorine contact pipe installation.
Consulting Engineer 1 - Not Available
Permit to Construct Issued: 3/23/2012

Permit No. 2112503 MA, Minor Amendment, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Mountain View Terrace Mobile Home Park
Municipality Upper Frankford Township
County Cumberland
Responsible Official Thomas S. Rodas, Owner
1190 Wyndsong Dr.
York, PA 17403
Type of Facility Installation of 400 feet of 6-inch chlorine contact piping and demonstration of 4-log treatment of viruses
Consulting Engineer 1 - Not Available
Permit to Construct Issued: 3/14/2012

Operations Permit issued to: Leola Sewer Authority, 7360140, Upper Leacock Township, Lancaster County on 3/14/2012 for the operation of facilities approved under Construction Permit No. 3610545.

Operations Permit issued to: Margaretta MHP, 7670105, Lower Windsor Township, York County on 3/20/2012 for the operation of facilities submitted under Application No. 6711517 MA.

Operations Permit issued to: Whispering Pines MHP, 7670110, Chanceford Township, York County on 3/14/2012 for the operation of facilities submitted under Application No. 6711518 MA.

Operations Permit issued to: Blue Knob Water Co., 4050001, Pavia Township, Bedford County on 3/14/2012 for the operation of facilities submitted under Application No. 0511505 MA.

Operations Permit issued to: Llewellyn's MHP, 7670006, Dover Township, York County on 3/23/2012 for the operation of facilities submitted under Application No. 6711520 MA.

Operations Permit issued to: Penn Township Municipal Authority, 7500015, Penn Township, Perry County on 3/13/2012 for the operation of facilities approved under Construction Permit No. 5011507 MA.

Operations Permit issued to: J & A MHP, 7670003, Newberry Township, York County on 3/23/2012 for the operation of facilities approved under Construction Permit No. 6711510 MA.

Operations Permit issued to: Big Spring Terrace Mobile Home Park, 7210039, West Pennsboro Township, Cumberland County on 3/14/2012 for the operation of facilities submitted under Application No. 2112504 MA.

Operations Permit issued to: Rainsburg Borough, 4050032, Colerain Township, Bedford County on 3/14/2012 for the operation of facilities submitted under Application No. 0512503 MA.

Operations Permit issued to: Keystone Park Properties, 7670034, Lower Windsor Township, York County on 3/14/2012 for the operation of facilities submitted under Application No. 6712503 MA.

Operations Permit issued to: Audubon Park Inc., 7670121, Monaghan Township, York County on 3/14/2012 for the operation of facilities submitted under Application No. 6712504 MA.

Operations Permit issued to: MISA Corporation, 7360050, Sadsbury Township, Lancaster County on 3/22/2012 for the operation of facilities submitted under Application No. 3612505 MA.

Northcentral Region: Safe Drinking Water Program Manager, 208 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701

Permit No. Minor Amendment—Operation Public Water Supply.

Applicant Carpenters Park, Inc.
[Township or Borough] Woodward Township
County Lycoming
Responsible Official Mr. James Carpenter
Carpenters Park, Inc.
569 Youngs Road
Linden, PA 17744
Type of Facility Public Water Supply
Consulting Engineer Stephen Gilbert HDC, Inc.
279 Deer Lane
Trout Run, PA 17771
Permit Issued March 21, 2012
Description of Action 4-log inactivation of viruses at Entry Point 101 (Well Nos. 2
and 3).

Permit No. Minor Amendment—Operation Public Water Supply.

Applicant Meadow Brook MHP
[Township or Borough] Muncy Creek Township
County Lycoming
Responsible Official Mr. Joe Liverslidge
Meadow Brook MHP
P. O. Box 41
Temple, PA 19560
Type of Facility Public Water Supply
Consulting Engineer Stephen Gilbert HDC, Inc.
279 Deer Lane
Trout Run, PA 17771
Permit Issued March 21, 2012
Description of Action 4-log inactivation of viruses at Entry Point 100 (Well No. 3).

Permit No. Minor Amendment—Operation Public Water Supply.

Applicant Aqua Pennsylvania, Inc.
[Township or Borough] Mt. Carmel Borough and Mt. Carmel Township
County Northumberland
Responsible Official Mr. Patrick R. Burke
Aqua Pennsylvania, Inc.
1 Aqua Way
White Haven, PA 18661
Type of Facility Public Water Supply
Consulting Engineer Steven C. Roselle, P.E.
321 Washington Street Huntingdon, PA 16652
Permit Issued March 27, 2012
Description of Action Operation of approximately 3,600 linear feet of new water transmission main which was installed in the Whitemans Phase III water main replacement project.

Southwest Region: Water Supply Management Program Manager, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, Pa 15222-4745

Permit No. 0411505, Public Water Supply.

Applicant Borough of Monaca
928 Pennsylvania Avenue Monaca, PA 15061
[Borough or Township] Monaca Borough
County Beaver
Type of Facility Blaine water storage tank
Consulting Engineer Widmer Engineering, Inc.
806 Lincoln Place
Beaver Falls, PA 15010
Permit to Construct Issued March 21, 2012

SEWAGE FACILITIES ACT PLAN APPROVAL


Plan Approvals Granted Under the Pennsylvania Sewage Facilities Act (35 P. S. § 750.5)

Northwest Region: Water Management Program Manager, 230 Chestnut Street, Meadville, PA 16335-3481

Plan Location:

Borough or Township Borough or Township Address County
Millcreek Township 3608 West 26th Street, Erie, PA 16506 Erie

Plan Description: The approved plan documented the condition of existing on-lot disposal systems within the planning areas and evaluated alternatives for extending public sewers into those planning areas. The plan provides for replacement and upgrade of existing sewerage facilities as necessary and extension of public sewers into identified problem areas over a 5 to 10 year time frame. Specific areas identified in the plan include: Woodshire Area, Norcross Area (East and West), Garries Road Area, Grubb Road Area, Wattsburg Road Area, Glenwood Interceptor Upsizing, and Pump Station upgrades for Glenwood, Love Road and Wolf Road. Average and peak flow rates tributary to Millcreek's sewer system from tributary municipalities, as well as average and peak flow rates at the main connection points into the City of Erie, and the hydraulic capacities of the major sewer conveyance system were also evaluated. Project detail will be submitted for each project when proposed. Projects will proceed when economically feasible and/or developer driven.

Plan Location:

Borough or Township Borough or Township Address County
Washington Township PO Box 124,
Fryburg, PA 16326
Clarion

Plan Description: The approved plan provides for the construction of a new 85,000 GPD extended aeration package plant to replace the existing 40,000 GPD sequencing batch reactor. The existing influent and effluent meters will be salvaged from the existing facilities. The project has been submitted as required under the December 31, 2008 Consent Decree, and projects complete construction of facilities and elimination of overflows by December 31, 2013. The Department's review of the sewage facilities update revision has not identified any significant environmental impacts resulting from this proposal. Any required NPDES Permits or WQM Permits must be obtained in the name of the municipality or authority as appropriate.

HAZARDOUS SITES CLEAN-UP UNDER THE ACT OF
OCTOBER 18, 1988

Public Notice of Proposed Consent Order and Agreement Department of Environmental Protection Yuhas Dump Site

Pocono Township, Monroe County

 Under section 1113 of the Pennsylvania Hazardous Sites Cleanup Act, Act of October 18, 1988, P. L. 756, No. 108, 35 P. S. §§ 6020.101—6020.1305 (HSCA), notice is hereby provided that the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (Department) is proposing entering into a settlement in the form of a Consent Order and Agreement (CO&A) with Fromkin Brothers, Inc. (Fromkin). The CO&A addresses the investigation and removal of what the Department has determined to be hazardous substances and contaminants in the form of paint waste that was abandoned and disposed of at the Yuhas Dump Site (Site). Fromkin will reimburse the Department for costs incurred to perform the site investigation/response activities at the Site.

 The Site is a residential parcel, approximately 5.06 acres in size, located at RR 1, Box 119, Sullivan Trail Road, Scotrun, PA. Dry Sawmill Run, a high quality cold-water stream, runs through the Site and is abutted on one side by a large construction and demolition (C&D) waste pile that spans the width of the Site. On the other side of the stream, to the west of Dry Sawmill Run, numerous containers of paint waste of various sizes, including 1 gallon, 5 gallon and 55 gallon containers, were abandoned and disposed of at the Site. Additional paint waste was found in a garage in the abandoned residence at the Site.

 The Department determined that paint waste disposed of and abandoned at the Site originated from Fromkin. The Department further determined, based on the observations of its personnel, that the abandonment and disposal of the waste caused a release and further threat of release of hazardous substances and/or contaminants at the Site and that a Prompt Interim Response was needed. The Department initiated a prompt interim response action under the HSCA on October 13, 2008. The objective of this prompt interim response action was to eliminate a threat to human health, safety and the environment posed by hazardous substances and/or contaminants that were present at the Site.

 As part of a Phase I Prompt Interim Response, the Department conducted a removal action involving sampling and characterization of abandoned paint waste and soil; collection and containment of paint and containers; and proper transportation and disposal of paint waste, containers and soil. The response was completed on November 24, 2008.

 In this proposed CO&A, Fromkin is agreeing to reimburse the Department $53,567.00 for response costs the Department has incurred arising out of the investigation and removal of the paint waste disposed of at the Site that the Department determined originated from Fromkin. The CO&A resolves Fromkin's liability for waste located at the Site attributed to Fromkin, and any impacts from such waste to soil, groundwater and other media. The Department has determined that the proposed settlement is fair, reasonable and in the public interest.

 The specific terms of the settlement are set forth in the proposed CO&A between the Department and Fromkin, which is available for public review and comment. The Department will receive and consider comments relating to the CO&A for sixty (60) days from the date of this Public Notice. The Department has the right to withdraw its consent to the CO&A if the comments concerning the CO&A disclose facts or considerations which indicate that the CO&A is inappropriate, improper, or not in the public interest. After the public comment period, the Department's settlement with Fromkin shall be effective upon the date that the Department notifies the Fromkin, in writing, that the CO&A is final and effective in its present form, and that the Department has filed a response to significant written comments to the CO&A, or that no such comments were received.

 Copies of the CO&A are available for inspection at the following locations:

Pocono Township Municipal Building
112 Municipal Way
Route 611
Tannersville, PA 18372

PADEP Bethlehem District Office
4530 Bath Pike
Bethlehem, PA 18017

PADEP Northeast Regional Office
2 Public Square
Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711

 Comments may be submitted from April 7, 2012 until June 6, 2012, in writing, to Meg Boyer, Department of Environmental Protection, Hazardous Sites Cleanup Section, 4530 Bath Pike, Bethlehem, PA 18017. Further information may be obtained by contacting Meg Boyer, at 610-861-2070. TDD users may contact the Department through the Pennsylvania Relay Services at 800-645-5984.

LAND RECYCLING AND ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION

UNDER ACT 2, 1995

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The following plans and reports were submitted under the Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act (35 P. S. §§ 6026.101—6026.907).

 Provisions of Sections 301—308 of the Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act (act) (35 P. S. §§ 6026.301—6026.308) require the Department to publish in the Pennsylvania Bulletin a notice of submission of plans and reports. A final report is submitted to document cleanup of a release of a regulated substance at a site to one of the act's remediation standards. A final report provides a description of the site investigation to characterize the nature and extent of contaminants in environmental media, the basis for selecting the environmental media of concern, documentation supporting the selection of residential or nonresidential exposure factors, a description of the remediation performed and summaries of sampling analytical results which demonstrate that remediation has attained the cleanup standard selected. Submission of plans and reports, other than the final report, will also be published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin. These include the remedial investigation report, risk assessment report and cleanup plan for a site-specific standard remediation. A remedial investigation report includes conclusions from the site investigation; concentration of regulated substances in environmental media; benefits of reuse of the property; and, in some circumstances, a fate and transport analysis. If required, a risk assessment report describes potential adverse effects caused by the presence of regulated substances. If required, a cleanup plan evaluates the abilities of potential remedies to achieve remedy requirements.

 For further information concerning plans or reports, contact the environmental cleanup program manager in the Department regional office under which the notice of receipt of plans or reports appears. If information concerning plans or reports is required in an alternative form, contact the community relations coordinator at the appropriate regional office. TDD users may telephone the Department through the AT&T Relay Service at (800) 654-5984.

 The Department has received the following plans and reports:

Northeast Region: Eric Supey, Environmental Cleanup and Brownfields Program Manager, 2 Public Square, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701-1915.

Hallstead Foundry Property, Main Street (PA Route 11), Hallstead Borough and Great Bend Township, Susquehanna County. Martin P. Gilgallon, Pennsylvania Tectonics, Inc., 723 Main Street, Archbald, PA 18403 has submitted a combined Remedial Investigation Report/Cleanup Plan (on behalf of their client, Booth & Sons Scrapyard, Inc., 125 Railroad Street, Moosic, PA 18507), concerning the remediation of soil and groundwater found to have been impacted by inorganics and volatile organic compounds (including benzene, 1,2,4-TMB and 1,3,5-TMB) as a result of historic operations at the site. The combined report was submitted in partial fulfillment of the Site-Specific Standard for soil and groundwater. A public notice regarding the submission of the combined Remedial Investigation Report/Cleanup Plan was published in The Scranton Times on March 9, 2012.

Compression Polymers, Greenwood Avenue & Warner Street, Scranton City, Lackawanna County. James P. Sposito, James P. Sposito Associates, 11 Archbald Street, Carbondale, PA 18407 has submitted a Final Report on behalf of his client, CPG International, Inc., 801 Corey Street, Scranton, PA 18505, concerning the remediation of groundwater found to have been impacted by hydraulic fluid as a result of a release from a press which is located inside the manufacturing building. The report was submitted to document attainment of the Residential Statewide Health Standard for groundwater. A public notice regarding the submission of the Final Report was published in The Scranton Times on February 21, 2012.

Southcentral Region: Environmental Cleanup and Brownfields Program Manager, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110

Helene and Lee Fulmer Property, 4 Paradise Lane, Paradise, PA 17562, Paradise Township, Lancaster County. GemChem, Inc., 53 North Cedar Street, Lititz, PA 17543, on behalf of Helena and Lee Fulmer, 4 Paradise Lane, Paradise, PA 17562, submitted a Final Report concerning remediation of site soils contaminated with diesel fuel oil and transmission fluid. The report is intended to document remediation of the site to meet the Residential Statewide Health Standard.

Northcentral Region: Environmental Cleanup Program Manager, 208 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701

State Game Lands 219, Reagan Hill Road Release, Warren Township, Bradford County. Golder Associates, Inc., 200 North Main Street, Horseheads, NY 14845 on behalf of Talisman Energy USA, Inc., 337 Daniel Zenker Drive, Horseheads, NY 14845 has submitted a Final Report concerning remediation of site soil contaminated with Napthalene, Trimethylbenzene, 1,2,4, Trimethyl-benzene 1,3,5, Aluminum, Barium and compounds, Chromium, Copper, Iron, Lead, Manganese/zinc. The report is intended to document remediation of the site to meet the Statewide Health Standard.

102 Hotel Heights, Lawrence Township, Clearfield County. Bigler Boyz Environmental, 116 Grahamton Road, Woodland, Pa 16881 on behalf of Martin Belella, 102 Hotel Heights, Clearfield, Pa 16830 has submitted a Final Report concerning remediation of site soil contaminated with virgin oil. The report is intended to document remediation of the site to meet the Statewide Health Standard.

Pennsylvania Tectonics, Inc., Point Township, Northumberland County. Pennsylvania Tectonics, Inc., 723 Main Street, Archbald, PA 18403 on behalf of Derr, Pursel, Luschas & Norton, LLC, 120 West Main Street, Bloomsburg, PA 17815 has submitted a Final Report concerning remediation of site soil contaminated with MTBE, Benzene, Ethylbenzene, Cumene, Toluene, Naphthalene, 1,3,5-TMD, 1,2,4-TMB, Xylenes (total), EDC. The report is intended to document remediation of the site to meet the Statewide Health Standard.

Halliburton Energy Services, Inc. Clinton Township, Lycoming County. Northridge Group, Inc., 1172 Ridge Road, Northumberland, Pa 17857 on behalf of Halliburton Energy Services, Inc., 4 Girton Drive, Muncy, PA 17756 has submitted a Final Report concerning remediation of site soil contaminated with Benzene, Toluene, Ethyl-benzene, Cumene, Napthalene, 1,3,5-Trimethylbenzene, 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene & Methyl Tertiary Butyl Ether. The report is intended to document remediation of the site to meet the Statewide Health Standard.

Shakespeare and Sons, Inc., City of Dubois, Clearfield County. Skelly & Loy, Inc., 449 Eisenhower Blvd., Suite 300, Harrisburg, PA 17111 on behalf of Dubois Ventures, Inc., 486 Bush Court, Dubois, Pa 15801 has submitted a Final Report concerning remediation of soil contaminated with Lead, Arsenic, and the ground- water was contaminated with Lead, Dissolved, 1,1-Dichloro-ethane, 1,2,4-Trimethyl Benzene, 1,3,5-Trimethyl Benzene, BIS (2-Ethylhexyl) Phthalate. The report is intended to document remediation of the site to meet both the Statewide Health Standard and the Site-Specific Standard.

LAND RECYCLING AND ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION

UNDER ACT 2, 1995

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The Department has taken action on the following plans and reports under the Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act (35 P. S. §§ 6026.101—6026.907).

 Section 250.8 of 25 Pa. Code and administration of the Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act (act) require the Department to publish in the Pennsylvania Bulletin a notice of its final actions on plans and reports. A final report is submitted to document cleanup of a release of a regulated substance at a site to one of the remediation standards of the act. A final report provides a description of the site investigation to characterize the nature and extent of contaminants in environmental media, the basis of selecting the environmental media of concern, documentation supporting the selection of residential or nonresidential exposure factors, a description of the remediation performed and summaries of sampling methodology and analytical results which demonstrate that the remediation has attained the cleanup standard selected. Plans and reports required by the act for compliance with selection of remediation to a site-specific standard, in addition to a final report, include a remedial investigation report, risk assessment report and cleanup plan. A remedial investigation report includes conclusions from the site investigation; concentration of regulated substances in environmental media; benefits of reuse of the property; and, in some circumstances, a fate and transport analysis. If required, a risk assessment report describes potential adverse effects caused by the presence of regulated substances. If required, a cleanup plan evaluates the abilities of potential remedies to achieve remedy requirements. A work plan for conducting a baseline remedial investigation is required by the act for compliance with selection of a special industrial area remediation. The baseline remedial investigation, based on the work plan, is compiled into the baseline environmental report to establish a reference point to show existing contamination, describe proposed remediation to be done and include a description of existing or potential public benefits of the use or reuse of the property. The Department may approve or disapprove plans and reports submitted. This notice provides the Department's decision and, if relevant, the basis for disapproval.

 For further information concerning the plans and reports, contact the environmental cleanup program manager in the Department regional office under which the notice of the plan or report appears. If information concerning a final report is required in an alternative form, contact the community relations coordinator at the appropriate regional office. TDD users may telephone the Department through the AT&T Relay Service at (800) 654-5984.

 The Department has received the following plans and reports:

Northeast Region: Eric Supey, Environmental Cleanup and Brownfields Program Manager, 2 Public Square, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701-1915.

Pike County Public Library, 115 East Harford Street, Milford Borough, Pike County. Martin P. Gilgallon, Pennsylvania Tectonics, Inc., 723 Main Street, Archbald, PA 18403 submitted a Final Report on behalf of his client, Pike County Public Library, 201 Broad Street, Milford, PA 18337, concerning the remediation of soil found to have been impacted by No. 2 fuel oil as a result of a release from a 2,000-gallon underground storage tank, which was discovered when constructing building footers/foundations for the new library. The report documented attainment of the Residential and Non-Residential Statewide Health Standard for soil and was approved on March 16, 2012.

Hayes 1- 2H, 4H, 6H, 8H, & 10H Well Site, Dark Hollow Road (North of Fisk Mill Road), Bridgewater and Silver Lake Townships, Susquehanna County. Dawn L. Washo, Resource Environmental Management, Inc., 36 Taylor Lane, Montrose, PA 18801 submitted a Final Report on behalf of her client, WPX Energy Appalachia, LLC, 1645 State Route 11, Nicholson, PA 18446, concerning the remediation of soil found to have been impacted by diesel fuel as a result of a release to a well pad during fuel delivery to an air compressor. The report documented attainment of the Statewide Health Standard for soil and was approved on March 16, 2012.

Southwest Region: Environmental Cleanup & BrownfieldDevelopment Program Manager, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, Pa 15222-4745

H P Knauf #6 Gas Well, North Mahoning Township, Indiana County. Hull and Associates Inc., 300 Business Center Drive, Pittsburgh PA 15205 on behalf of XTO Energy—Appalachia Division, 395 Airport Road, Indiana PA 15701 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate and Final Report. On November 25 2011 a release of 336 gallons of production water was released to surface soils at the site. The site is being remediated to a statewide health standard for soils and groundwater. The Final Report was approved by the Department on March 20 2012. The Final Report demonstrated attainment of the statewide health standard(s) for soil and groundwater.

Chelsea Building Products, Borough of Oakmont, Allegheny County. KU Resources, Inc., 22 South Linden Ave., Duquesne, PA 15110 on behalf of Tessenderlo USA, Inc. 2255 N. 44th Street, Suite 300 Phoenix, AZ 85008-3279 has submitted a Remedial Investigation Report concerning the remediation of site groundwater contaminated with volatile organic compounds to a site specific standard. The Remedial Investigation Report was approved by the Department on March 23 2012.

Donora Ind Park, Parcels 11-B, 11-C, 11-D, and 3-A, Donora Borough, Washington County. Civil and Environmental Consultants, Inc., 4000 Triangle Lane, Suite 200, Export PA 15632 on behalf of the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Washington, 1100 West Beau Street, Suite 603, Washington, PA 15301 has submitted a Baseline Environmental Report concerning the remediation of site soil and groundwater contaminated with heavy metals from historic uses and gasoline constituents from an upgradient source. The Baseline Environmental Report was approved by the Department on March 20 2012. In order to obtain cleanup liability protection, the Redevelopment Authority of the County of Washington shall enter into an agreement with the Department, based on the approved Baseline Environmental Report which outlines cleanup liability of the property.

Mays Phillips Lane Site, Robinson Township, Allegheny County. ARCADIS U.S., Inc., One Adams Place, 310 Seven Fields Blvd, Suite 210, Seven Fields, PA 16046 on behalf of Braskem America, Inc., Ashland, Inc., and Beazer East, Inc. has submitted a Cleanup Plan concerning the remediation of site soil and groundwater contaminated with organic compounds at the Mays Phillips Lane Site in Robinson Township, Allegheny County. The Cleanup Plan was approved by the Department on March 21, 2012.

HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL FACILITIES


Permits issued, suspended, expired, denied, revoked, reinstated or returned under the Solid Waste Management Act (35 P. S. §§ 6018.101—6018.1003) and Regulations to Operate a Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, or Disposal Facility.

Northeast Region: William Tomayko, Regional Waste Management Program Manager, 2 Public Square, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701-1915

PAD 981038227. World Resources Company, Inc., 170 Walnut Lane, Pottsville, PA 17901. A Permit Renewal, authorizing the continued production of non-ferrous and precious metal concentrate products from the recycling of residual and hazardous electroplating wastewater treatment sludges F006 and F019 residuals and solutions, D002, D004-D010, F007-F009 at this hazardous waste treatment and storage facility located in Norwegian Township, Schuylkill County. Concentrates are sold internationally to the smelting and refining industry as direct substitute for conventional metal ore concentrates. The permit was issued in the Regional Office on March 21, 2012.

REGISTRATION FOR GENERAL PERMIT-RESIDUAL WASTE


Registration Issued Under the Solid Waste Management Act; the Residual Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act (53 P. S. §§ 4000.101—4000.1904); and Residual Waste Regulations for a General Permit to Operate Residual Waste Processing Facilities and/or the Beneficial Use of Residual Waste Other Than Coal Ash.

Central Office: Division of Municipal and Residual Waste, Rachel Carson State Office Building, 14th Floor, 400 Market Street, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8472.

General Permit Registration Number WMGR123D001.Terraqua Resource Management, LLC, 1000 Commerce Park Dr, Williamsport PA 17701-5475. General Permit Number WMGR123D001 authorizes the processing and beneficial use of processed liquid wastes generated on oil and gas well sites and associated infrastructure. This registration replaces Terraqua Resource Management's registration under General Permit Number WMGR121. The registration was issued by Central Office on March 14, 2012.

 Persons interested in reviewing the general permit may contact Scott E. Walters, Chief, Permits Section, Division of Municipal and Residual Waste, Bureau of Waste Management, P. O. Box 69170, Harrisburg, PA 17106-9170, 717-787-7381. TDD users may contact the Department through the Pennsylvania Relay service, (800) 654-5984.

DETERMINATION OF APPLICABILITY FOR RESIDUAL WASTE GENERAL PERMITS


Determination of Applicability for General Permit Approved Under the Solid Waste Management Act; the Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act (53 P. S. §§ 4000.101—4000.1904); and Residual Waste Regulations for a General Permit to Operate Residual Waste Processing Facilities and/or the Beneficial Use of Residual Waste Other Than Coal Ash.

Central Office: Division of Municipal and Residual Waste, Rachel Carson State Office Building, 14th Floor, 400 Market Street, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8472.

General Permit Application No. WMGR081D026. Zero Export Recycler's, LLC., 590 Baltimore Pike, Mt. Holy Springs, PA 17065.

 The general permit WMGR081D026 is for the processing (i.e., sizing, shaping, separating, and volume reduction only) of e-waste (i.e., damaged, obsolete, and/or reusable electronic devices) prior to reuse or recycling. The processing operation will be conducted at the Zero Export Recycler's, LLC. facility, located in the Borough of Mt. Holy Springs, Cumberland County. Central Office approved the determination of applicability on March 27, 2012.

 Persons interested in reviewing the general permit may contact Scott E. Walters, Chief, General Permits and Beneficial Use Section, Division of Municipal and Residual waste, Bureau of Waste Management, P. O. Box 69170, Harrisburg, PA 17106-9170, (717) 787-7381. TDD users may contact the Department through the Pennsylvania Relay service, (800) 654-5984.

AIR QUALITY


General Plan Approval and Operating Permit Usage Authorized under the Air Pollution Control Act (35 P. S. §§ 4001—4015) and 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127 to construct, modify, reactivate or operate air contamination sources and associated air cleaning devices.

Southeast Region: Air Quality Program, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401

Contact: Sachin Shankar, New Source Review Chief—Telephone: 484-250-5920

GP3-46-0101: Terra Technical Services, LLC. (1101 East Hector Street, Conshohocken, PA 19428) on March 21, 2012, to operate a portable nonmetallic mineral processing plant in Conshohocken Borough, Montgomery County.

GP9-46-0056: Terra Technical Services, LLC. (1101 East Hector Street, Conshohocken, PA 19428) on March 21, 2012, to operate a diesel/#2 fuel-fired internal combustion engines in Conshohocken Borough, Montgomery County.

Northcentral Region: Air Quality Program, 208 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701

Contact: Muhammad Q. Zaman, Environmental Program Manager—Telephone: 570-327-3648

GP3-08-363: Meshoppen Stone, Inc. (PO Box 127, Meshoppen, PA 18630) on March 14, 2012, to construct and operate a portable nonmetallic mineral processing plant with associated water spray dust suppression system pursuant to the General Plan Approval And/Or General Operating Permit For Portable Nonmetallic Mineral Processing Plants (BAQ-GPA/GP-3) at their Kathryn Well Site in Wilmont Township, Bradford County.

GP9-08-363: Meshoppen Stone, Inc. (PO Box 127, Meshoppen, PA 18630) on March 14, 2012, to construct and operate one 425 brake horsepower, CAT C-9 diesel-fired engine pursuant to the General Plan Approval And/Or General Operating Permit (BAQ-GPA/GP-9): Diesel or #2 Fuel-fired Internal Combustion Engines at their Kathryn Well Site in Wilmont Township, Bradford County.

Southwest Region: Air Quality Program, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4745

Contact: Mark Gorog and Barb Hatch, Environmental Engineer Managers—Telephone: 412-442-4163/5226

GP5-63-00968: MarkWest Liberty Midstream and Resources, LLC (1515 Arapahoe Street, Tower 2, Suite 700, Denver, CO 80202-2126) on March 20, 2012, to construct and operate of sources and controls associated with a natural gas production facility at their Smith Compressor Station in Smith Township, Washington County.

GP9-63-00968: MarkWest Liberty Midstream and Resources, LLC (1515 Arapahoe Street, Tower 2, Suite 700, Denver, CO 80202-2126) on March 20, 2012, to construct and operate two (2) diesel-fired engines for power generation at their Smith Compressor Station in Smith Township, Washington County.

GP5-04-00732A: Utica Gas Services, LLC (6100 N. Western Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73154) on March 21, 2012, to operate a 15 MMscfd triethylene glycol (TEG) dehydrator with associated reboiler at their existing Thompson Dehydration Facility, in South Beaver Township, Beaver County.

GP5-32-00381C: EXCO Resources (PA), Inc. (3000 Ericson Drive, Suite 200, Warrendale, PA 15086) on March 21, 2012, to renew the existing authorization to use one (1) Caterpillar Compressor engine rated at 215 bhp, One (1) Natco Tri Ethylene Glycol (TEG) dehydrator with a capacity of 0.36 MMscfd including a reboiler rated at 0.20 MMBtu/hr and one (1) storage tank with a capacity of 2,100 gallons at their Pineton Compressor Station in Green Township, Indiana County, PA.


Plan Approvals Issued under the Air Pollution Control Act and regulations in 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127, Subchapter B relating to construction, modification and reactivation of air contamination sources and associated air cleaning devices.

Northwest Region: Air Quality Program, 230 Chestnut Street, Meadville, PA 16335-3481

Contact: Edward Orris, New Source Review Chief—Telephone: 814-332-6636

43-309B: Bucks Fabricating, Inc. (3547 Perry Highway, Hadley, PA 16130-2325) on March 23, 2012, to install two (2) paint booths in Sandy Creek Township, Mercer County. A dry filter system is used to control particulate matter (PM) emissions.


Plan Approval Revisions Issued including Extensions, Minor Modifications and Transfers of Ownership under the Air Pollution Control Act and 25 Pa. Code §§ 127.13, 127.13a and 127.32.

Southeast Region: Air Quality Program, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401

Contact: Sachin Shankar, New Source Review Chief—Telephone: 484-250-5920

46-0262C: Penn Color, Inc. (2755 Bergey Road, Hatfield, PA 19440) on March 21, 2012, to operate dust collectors in Hatfield Township, Montgomery County.

15-0061A: Phoenixville Hospital Co., LLC. (140 Nutt Road, Phoenixville, PA 19460) on March 21, 2012, to operate an IC engine/generator in Phoenixville Borough, Chester County.

09-0022C: Cleveland Steel Container Corp. (350 Mill Street, Quakertown, PA 18951) on March 21, 2012, to operate pail line flange booth in Quakertown Borough, Bucks County.

09-0196D: Abington Reldan Metals, LLC. (550 Old Bordentown Road, Fairless Hills, PA 19030) on March 21, 2012, to operate an acid room process in Falls Township, Bucks County.

09-0203: AE Polysilicon Corp. (150 Roebling Road, Fairless Hills, PA 19030) on March 21, 2012, to operate dust collectors and a scrubber system in Falls Township, Bucks County.

Northcentral Region: Air Quality Program, 208 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701

Contact: Muhammad Q. Zaman, Environmental Program Manager—Telephone: 570-327-3648

59-00004G: Ward Manufacturing, LLC (117 Gulick Street, Blossburg, PA 16912) on March 12, 2012 to extend the authorization to operate a tumblast cleaning machine at their facility in Blossburg Borough, Tioga County on a temporary basis to September 8, 2012. The plan approval has been extended.

41-00077A: Kellogg USA, Inc. (572 Industrial Park Road, Muncy, PA 17756) on March 15, 2012, to extend the plan approval for their facility in Muncy Creek Township, Lycoming County on a temporary basis to September 23, 2012. The plan approval has been extended.

Southwest Region: Air Quality Program, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4745

Contact: M. Gorog & B. Hatch, Environmental Engineer Managers—Telephone: 412-442-4163/5226

65-302-071: ArcelorMittal-Monessen, LLC, (345 Donner Avenue, Monessen, PA 15062) on March 25, 2012, for a plan approval extension, with an expiration date of September 25, 2012, to allow for continued temporary operation of two (2) coke oven gas/natural gas boilers at the Monessen Coke Plant, located in the City of Monessen, Westmoreland County. The plan approval has been extended.

03-00215A: Allegheny Mineral Corp. (P O Box 1022, One Glade Park East, Kittanning, PA 16201) on March 26, 2012, for an extension of the Plan Approval PA-03-00215A to authorize the temporary operation of a new limestone preparation facility by Allegheny Mineral Corporation located in Franklin Township, Armstrong County. The plan approval has been extended.

63-00943A: Dominion Transmission, Inc. (445 West Main Street, Clarksburg, WV 26301) on March 26, 2012, to issue a plan approval extension with an expiration date of October 4, 2012. This action authorizes Dominion Transmission to continue to temporarily operate a propane storage and marketing station, known as the Charleroi Propane Station, located in Fallowfield Township, Washington County. The plan approval has been extended.

Northwest Region: Air Quality Program, 230 Chestnut Street, Meadville, PA 16335-3481

Contact: Edward Orris, New Source Review Chief—Telephone: 814-332-6636

10-284E: Seneca Landfill, Inc. (421 Hartmann Road, Evans City, PA 16033) on March 31, 2012, to modify plan approval 10-284D conditions with regards to start-up, shutdown, and ceramic media curing procedures associated with the thermal oxidizer in Jackson Township, Butler County. This is a Title V facility. The plan approval has been extended.

10-309E: Harsco Metals (8050 Rowan Road, P. O. Box 5003, Cranberry Township, PA 16066) on March 31, 2012, to install a slag pot dumping station equipped with water sprays and additional control activities. Harsco Metals will increase slag handling capacity to handle the increased production projected by AK Steel. This action is under Plan Approval 10-309E for the facility adjacent to the AK Steel plant along Route 8, in Butler Township, Butler County.

24-083S: Mersen USA St. Marys—formerly Carboneof America (215 Stackpole Street, St Marys, PA 15857) on March 31, 2012, to install four (4) mixers and a new pulverizer. This action is under Plan Approval 24-083S for the facility at 1032 Trout Run Road, in the City of St Marys, Elk County.


Title V Operating Permits Issued under the Air Pollution Control Act and 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127, Subchapter G.

Southcentral Region: Air Quality Program, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110

Contact: Thomas J. Hanlon, Facility Permitting Chief—Telephone: 717-705-4862 or Daniel Husted, New Source Review Chief—Telephone: 717-705-4863

36-05136: Granger Energy of Honeybrook, LLC (PO Box 27185, 16980 Wood Road, Lansing, MI 48909-7185) on March 19, 2012, for the landfill gas-to-energy plant associated with the Lanchester Landfill in Caernarvon Township, Lancaster County. The Title V permit was renewed.


Operating Permits for Non-Title V Facilities Issued under the Air Pollution Control Act and 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127, Subchapter F.

Northeast Region: Air Quality Program, 2 Public Square, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18711-0790

Contact: Ray Kempa, New Source Review Chief - Telephone: 570-826-2507

40-00018: Exopack, LLC (3 Mapelwood Drive, Hazelton, PA 18202) on March 23, 2012, to operate of multicolor flexographic printing presses and patch printers at Hazle Township, Luzerne County. This is a renewal of a State-Only Operating Permit.

40-00065: SVC MFG. Inc.—Division of Pepsi Co., Inc. (750 Oak Hill Road, Mountain Top, PA 18707-2112) on March 23, 2012, to operate and manufacture their soft drink facility in Wright Township, Luzerne County. This is a renewal of a State-Only Operating Permit.

Southcentral Region: Air Quality Program, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110

Contact: Thomas J. Hanlon, Facility Permitting Chief—Telephone: 717-705-4862 or Daniel Husted, New Source Review Chief—Telephone: 717-705-4863

34-03006: Stella Jones Corp. (PO Box 251, McAlisterville, PA 17049-0251) on March 15, 2012, for their wood pressure-treating facility in Fayette Township, Juniata County. The State-only permit was renewed.

67-03098: White Rose Crematorium, LLC (420 Pattison Street, York, PA 17403-2439) on March 20, 2012, for their human crematory facility in York City, York County. The State-only permit was renewed.

22-03025: John R. Shultz Funeral Home (406 Market Street, Lykens, PA 17048-1345) on March 20, 2012, for their human crematorium at the John R. Shultz Funeral Home in Lykens Borough, Dauphin County. The State-only permit was renewed.

06-05084: Electro Space Fabricators, Inc. (300 West High Street, Topton, PA 19562) on March 21, 2012, for their steel and aluminum enclosure manufacturing facility in Topton Borough, Berks County. The State-only permit was renewed.

Southwest Region: Air Quality Program, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4745

Contact: Barbara Hatch, Facilities Permitting Chief—Telephone: 412-442-4174

03-00025: P.J. Greco & Sons (593 Tarrtown Road, Kittanning, PA 16201) on March 20, 2012, for a State Only Operating Permit to authorize the operation of a scrap metals recycling facility at their Kittanning Plant in the Kittanning Township, Armstrong County. The facility consists of a Cobbler by American Pulverizer Company, torch cutter, magnetic metal separator, a grapple, conveyor, rolloff boxes, storage piles, and other miscellaneous equipment associated with this type of operations.

03-00206: Rosebud Mining Co. (301 Market Street, Kittanning, PA 16201) on March 26, 2012, to operate their Tracy Lynne Mine Coal Preparation Plant in Kiskiminetas Township, Armstrong County. The 1,000,000 ton per year facility contains air contamination sources, consisting of one two unit vibrating screen, conveyers, truck loading, storage piles, and a 755-bhp diesel emergency engine. The facility is subject to the applicable requirements of 40 CFR 60, Subpart Y and Subpart IIII, and Pa. Code Title 25, Chapters 121—145. The permit also includes emission limitations, operational requirements, monitoring requirements testing requirements, recordkeeping requirements, and reporting requirements.

32-00409: Rosebud Mining Co. (301 Market Street, Kittanning, PA 16201) on March 23, 2012, to operate the Starford Mine Coal Preparation Plant in Green Township, Indiana County. The 1,600,000 ton per year facility contains air contamination sources, consisting of one 400 tph screen, conveyers, truck loading, storage piles, and a 755-bhp diesel emergency engine. The facility is subject to the applicable requirements of 40 CFR 60, Subpart Y and Subpart IIII and Pa. Code Title 25, Chapters 121—145. The permit also includes emission limitations, operational requirements, monitoring requirements testing requirements, recordkeeping requirements, and reporting requirements for the facility.

Northwest Region: Air Quality Program, 230 Chestnut Street, Meadville, PA 16335-3481

Contact: Edward Orris, New Source Review Chief—Telephone: 814-332-616636

25-00006: Russell Standard Corp.—Waterford Plant (3580 Wheelertown Road, Waterford, PA 16441), on March 20, 2012, for a Synthetic Minor Permit to operate a hot mix asphalt plant in Le Boeuf Township, Erie County. The significant sources are, 1) Parallel flow drum hot mix asphalt, 2) Fugitive from storage pile, 3) Fugitive from cold aggregate handling and, 4) Fabric collector (control device). The facility has taken a restriction on production not exceeding 434,000 tons per year to qualify as a Synthetic Minor facility.

25-00929: Russell Standard Corp.—Millcreek Plant (2002 Pittsburg Avenue, Erie, PA 16506) on March 20, 2012, for a Synthetic Minor Permit to operate a hot mix asphalt plant located in Millcreek Township, Erie County. The significant sources are, 1) Batch mix Asphalt Plant (process), 2) Baghouse (control device) and, 3) Cyclone (control device). The facility has taken a restriction on production not exceeding 495,000 tons per year to qualify as a Synthetic Minor facility.


Operating Permit Revisions Issued including Administrative Amendments, Minor Modifications or Transfers of Ownership under the Air Pollution Control Act and 25 Pa. Code §§ 127.412, 127.450, 127.462 and 127.464.

Southeast Region: Air Quality Program, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401

Contact: Janine Tulloch-Reid, Facilities Permitting Chief—Telephone: 484-250-5920

09-00015: Rohm and Haas Company. (200 Route 413, Bristol, PA 19007) on March 22, 2012, to issue a Title V Operating Permit Minor Modification under the Air Pollution Control Act (35 P. S. §§ 4001—4015) and 25 Pa. Code § 127.462 in Bristol Township, Bucks County. Modification is to increase the minimum operation temperature of the Catalytic Oxidizer (Source Id C09) without changing any pollutant emissions. The permit will include monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements designed to keep the facility within all applicable air quality requirements.

Southcentral Region: Air Quality Program, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110

Contact: Thomas J. Hanlon, Facility Permitting Chief—Telephone: 717-705-4862 or Daniel Husted, New Source Review Chief—Telephone: 717-705-4863

28-05002: US Army Letterkenny Army Depot (AMLD-EN, Chambersburg, PA 17201-4150) on March 21, 2012, for the Letterkenny Army Depot in Letterkenny Township, Franklin County. The Title V permit was administratively amended to incorporate the provisions of Plan Approval No. 28-05002G.


De Minimis Emissions Increases Authorized under 25 Pa. Code § 127.449.

Southcentral Region: Air Quality Program, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110

Contact: Thomas J. Hanlon, Facility Permitting Chief—Telephone: 717-705-4862 or Daniel Husted, New Source Review Chief—Telephone: 717-705-4863

28-05002: US Department of Defense—Letterkenny Army Depot (1 Overcash Avenue, Chambersburg, PA 17201) Pursuant to 25 Pa. Code § 127.449(i), this PA Bulletin Notice is for de minimis emission increases of 0.0025 TPY VOCs; 0.001 TPY NOx; 0.00025 TPY CO; 0.00017 TPY PM10 and 0.0071 TPY SOx resulting from the testing and repair of MBU's (cooktops) in Building 57 at the facility located in Greene / Letterkenny Townships, Franklin County. These are the first de minimis emission increases at the facility during the term of the current operating permit.


Operating Permits Denied, Terminated, Suspended or Revoked under the Air Pollution Control Act and 25 Pa. Code §§ 127.431 and 127.461.

Southeast Region: Air Quality Program, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401

Contact: Janine Tulloch-Reid, Facilities Permitting Chief—Telephone: 484-250-5920

46-00202: Elan Corp. (3000 Horizon Drive, King of Prussia, PA 19406) on March 21, 2012, for revocation of their Non-Title V Operating Permit in Upper Merion Township, Montgomery County. The operating permit has been revoked due to a cease of operations at this facility.

ACTIONS ON COAL AND NONCOAL MINING ACTIVITY APPLICATIONS


Actions on applications under the Surface Mining Conservation and Reclamation Act (52 P. S. §§ 1396.1—1396.19a); the Noncoal Surface Mining Conservation and Reclamation Act (52 P. S. §§ 3301—3326); The Clean Streams Law; the Coal Refuse Disposal Control Act (52 P. S. §§ 30.51—30.66); and The Bituminous Mine Subsidence and Land Conservation Act (52 P. S. §§ 1406.1—1406.20a). The final action on each application also constitutes action on the NPDES permit application and, if noted, the request for a Section 401 Water Quality Certification. Mining activity permits issued in response to applications will also address the application permitting requirements of the following statutes: the Air Quality Pollution Act (35 P. S. §§ 4001—4014); the Dam Safety and Encroachments Act (32 P. S. §§ 693.1—693.27); and the Solid Waste Management Act (35 P. S. §§ 6018.101—6018.1002).

Coal Permits Actions

California District Office: 25 Technology Drive, Coal Center, PA 15423, 724-769-1100

03061301 and NPDES No. PA 0235687. Rosebud Mining Company, (301 Market Street, Kittanning, PA 16201), to transfer the permit and related NPDES permit for the TJS No. 6 Deep Mine in Plumcreek Township, Armstrong County to Rosebud Mining Company from TJS Mining, Inc. No additional discharges. The application was considered administratively complete on January 20, 2012. Application received: November 3, 2011. Permit issued: March 20, 2012.

Greensburg District Mining Office: Armbrust Professional Center, 8205 Route 819, Greensburg, PA 15601, 724-925-5500

03070103 and NPDES Permit No. PA0251160. Rosebud Mining Co. (301 Market Street, Kittanning, PA 16201). Transfer permit issued to an existing bituminous surface mine previously permitted to Thomas J. Smith, Inc., located in Redbank Township, Armstrong County, affecting 127.9 acres. Receiving streams: unnamed tributary to Pine run and Nye Branch Application received: April 28, 2011. Permit issued: March 20, 2012.

Knox District Mining Office: P. O. Box 669, 310 Best Avenue, Knox, PA 16232-0669, 814-797-1191

16070103. RFI Energy, Inc. (P. O. Box 162, Sligo, PA 16255) Renewal of an existing bituminous surface and coal refuse disposal mine in Perry Township, Clarion County affecting 145.0 acres. Receiving streams: Two unnamed tributaries to the Clarion River. This renewal is issued for reclamation only. Application received: January 18, 2012. Permit Issued: March 22, 2012.

Moshannon District Mining Office: 186 Enterprise Drive, Philipsburg, PA 16866, 814-342-8200

17960113 and NPDES No. PA0220396. RES Coal LLC (224 Grange Hall Road, P. O. Box 228, Armagh, PA 15920). Renewal permit issued for reclamation only to an existing bituminous surface mine, located in Covington and Karthaus Townships, Clearfield County, affecting 321.5 acres. Receiving stream: Curley's Run to West Branch Susquehanna River, classified for the following uses: Cold Water Fishery, Warm Water Fishery. There are no potable water supply intakes within 10 miles downstream. Application received: March 7, 2012. Permit issued: March 13, 2012.

Pottsville District Mining Office: 5 West Laurel Boulevard, Pottsville, PA 17901, 570-621-3118

54880201GP104. Blaschak Coal Corp., (P. O. Box 12, Mahanoy City, PA 17948), General NPDES Permit for stormwater discharges associated with mining activities on Surface Mining Permit No. 54880201 in Pine Grove Township, Schuylkill County, receiving stream: Swatara Creek. Application received: October 13, 2011. Permit issued: March 20, 2012.

Noncoal Permits Actions

Moshannon District Mining Office: 186 Enterprise Drive, Philipsburg, PA 16866, 814-342-8200

08110305 and NPDES No. PA0257681. Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc. (1952 Waddle Road, Suite 203, State College, PA 16803). Commencement, operation and restoration of a large industrial mineral surface mine (topsoil, sandstone/shale) located in Windham and Rome Townships, Bradford County affecting 150.8 acres. Receiving streams: Trout Brook and Wysox Creek classified for cold water fisheries. There are no potable water supply intakes within 10 miles downstream. Application received: June 1, 2011. Permit issued: March 7, 2012.

08110303. Glenn O. Hawbaker, Inc. (1952 Waddle Road, Suite 203, State College, PA 16804). Commencement, operation and restoration of a large industrial mineral surface mine (bluestone and overburden) located in Terry Township, Bradford County affecting 54.4 acres. Receiving stream: Susquehanna River classified for warm water fishery. There are no potable water supply intakes within 10 miles downstream. Application received: February 14, 2011. Permit issued: March 6, 2012.

Pottsville District Mining Office: 5 West Laurel Boulevard, Pottsville, PA 17901, 570-621-3118

64102803. Joseph G. Bunnell, (267 Tryon Street, Honesdale, PA 18431), commencement, operation and restoration of a quarry operation in Texas Township, Wayne County affecting 5.0 acres, receiving stream: Lackawaxen River. Application received: May 27, 2010. Permit issued: March 21, 2012.

ACTIONS ON BLASTING ACTIVITY APPLICATIONS


Actions on applications under the Explosives Acts of 1937 and 1957 and 25 Pa. Code § 211.124. Blasting activity performed as part of a coal or noncoal mining activity will be regulated by the mining permit for that coal or noncoal mining activity.

Blasting Permits Actions

Knox District Mining Office: P. O. Box 669, 310 Best Avenue, Knox, PA 16232-0669, 814-797-1191

25124003. Hal D. Lilley (8323 Oxbow Road, Northeast, PA 16428) Blasting activity permit for Silo demolition in Washington Township, Erie County. This blasting activity permit expires: May 2, 2012. Application received: March 21, 2012.

Moshannon District Mining Office: 186 Enterprise Drive, Philipsburg, PA 16866, 814-342-8200

08124117. Doug Wathen LLC (11934 Fairway Lakes Dr., Suite 1, Ft. Myers, Fl 33913). Blasting for construction of a gas well pad located in Burlington Township, Bradford County. Permit issued: March 19, 2012. Permit expires: March 15, 2013.

08124118. Doug Wathen LLC (11934 Fairway Lakes Dr., Suite 1, Ft. Myers, Fl 33913). Blasting for construction of a gas well pad located in Albany Township, Bradford County. Permit issued: March 16, 2012. Permit expires: March 15, 2013.

08124119. Midstream Explosives LLC (289 South-side Dr., Newville, PA 17241). Construction blasting for a pipeline located in Albany and Overton Townships, Bradford County. Permit issued: March 20, 2012. Permit expires: March 19, 2013.

411124104. Wampum Hardware Company (2856 Stoystown Rd, Friedens, PA 15541). Blasting for commercial development located in Cascade Township, Lycoming County. Permit issued: March 14, 2012. Permit expires: December 12, 2012.

14124103. Abel Construction Company, Inc. (P. O. Box 476, Mountville, PA 17554). Construction blasting for a self-storage facility located in Benner Township, Centre County. Permit issued: March 14, 2012. Permit expires: December 31, 2012.

08124116. Midstream Explosives LLC (289 Southside Dr., Newville, PA 17241). Construction blasting for a pipeline located in Leroy Township, Bradford County. Permit issued: March 14, 2012. Permit expires: March 13, 2013.

Pottsville District Mining Office: 5 West Laurel Boulevard, Pottsville, PA 17901, 570-621-3118

36124112. Keystone Blasting Service, (15 Hopeland Road, Lititz, PA 17543), construction blasting for Warrington Development in East Lampeter Township, Lancaster County with an expiration date of March 31, 2013. Permit issued: March 20, 2012.

40124105. Maine Drilling & Blasting, (P. O. Box 1140, Gardiner, ME 04345), construction blasting for Center Point Jenkins and Pittston Townships, Luzerne County with an expiration date of March 31, 2013. Permit issued: March 20, 2012.

40124106. Maine Drilling & Blasting, (P. O. Box 1140, Gardiner, ME 04345), construction blasting for Center Point West in Pittston Township, Luzerne County with an expiration date of March 31, 2013. Permit issued: March 20, 2012.

58124118. Doug Wathen, LLC, (16282 State Highway 13, Suite J, Branson West, MO 65737), construction blasting for Teddick Gas Pad in Bridgewater and Brooklyn Townships, Susquehanna County with an expiration date of March 12, 2013. Permit issued: March 22, 2012.

58124119. Doug Wathen, LLC, (16282 State Highway 13, Suite J, Branson West, MO 65737), construction blasting for Plonski Gas Pad in Dimock and Brooklyn Townships, Susquehanna County with an expiration date of March 15, 2013. Permit issued: March 22, 2012.

36124113. Keystone Blasting Service, (15 Hopeland Road, Lititz, PA 17543), construction blasting for Kevin Musser Hog Barn in Rapho Township, Lancaster County with an expiration date of June 30, 2012. Permit issued: March 23, 2012.

58124120. Doug Wathen, LLC, (16282 State Highway 13, Suite J, Branson West, MO 65737), construction blasting for Manzer Gas Pad in Gibson Township, Susquehanna County with an expiration date of March 15, 2013. Permit issued: March 23, 2012.

FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT SECTION 401

 The Department has taken the following actions on previously received permit applications, requests for Environmental Assessment approval and requests for Water Quality Certification under section 401 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (FWPCA) (33 U.S.C.A. § 1341).

 Except as otherwise noted, the Department has granted 401 Water Quality Certification certifying that the construction and operation described will comply with sections 301—303, 306 and 307 of the FWPCA (33 U.S.C.A. §§ 1311—1313, 1316 and 1317) and that the construction will not violate applicable Federal and State water quality standards.

 Persons aggrieved by an action may appeal that action to the Environmental Hearing Board (Board) under section 4 of the Environmental Hearing Board Act and 2 Pa.C.S. §§ 501—508 and 701—704. The appeal should be sent to the Environmental Hearing Board, Second Floor, Rachel Carson State Office Building, 400 Market Street, PO Box 8457, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8457, (717) 787-3483. TDD users may contact the Board through the Pennsylvania Relay Service, (800) 654-5984. Appeals must be filed with the Board within 30 days of publication of this notice in the Pennsylvania Bulletin unless the appropriate statute provides a different time period. Copies of the appeal form and the Board's rules of practice and procedure may be obtained from the Board. The appeal form and the Board's rules of practice and procedure are also available in Braille or on audiotape from the Secretary to the Board at (717) 787-3483. This paragraph does not, in and of itself, create a right of appeal beyond that permitted by applicable statutes and decisional law.

 For individuals who wish to challenge an action, the appeal must reach the Board within 30 days. A lawyer is not needed to file an appeal with the Board.

 Important legal rights are at stake, however, so individuals should show this notice to a lawyer at once. Persons who cannot afford a lawyer may qualify for pro bono representation. Call the Secretary to the Board at (717) 787-3483 for more information.


Actions on applications for the following activities filed under the Dam Safety and Encroachments Act (32 P. S. §§ 693.1—693.27), section 302 of the Flood Plain Management Act (32 P. S. § 679.302) and The Clean Streams Law and Notice of Final Action for Certification under section 401 of the FWPCA.

Permits, Environmental Assessments and 401 Water Quality Certifications Issued:

WATER OBSTRUCTIONS AND ENCROACHMENTS

District Oil and Gas Operations: Eastern Oil and Gas District, 208 West Third Street, Suite 101, Williamsport, PA 17701

E0829-025: Chesapeake Appalachia, LLC, 101 North Main Street, Athens, PA 18810, Wilmot Township, Bradford County, ACOE Baltimore District.

 To construct, operate, and maintain:

 1) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water lines impacting 20 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run Creek (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`50"N 76°14`45"W);

 2) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 37 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run Creek (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`49"N 76°14`46"W);

 3) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 20 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run Creek (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`40"N 76°14`37"W);

 4) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 24 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run Creek (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`34"N 76°14`32"W);

 5) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 25 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sciota Brook (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`15"N 76°14`33"W);

 6) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 6 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sciota Brook (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`14"N 76°14`32"W);

 7) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 22 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sciota Brook (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°32`51"N 76°14`23"W);

 8) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 26 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run Creek (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`42"N 76°14`31"W);

 9) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 21 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Miller Brook (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`25"N 76°13`27"W);

 10) two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 2 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Miller Brook (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`28"N 76°13`16"W);

 11) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 24 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run Creek (CWF) and 243 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`33"N 76°14`14"W);

 12) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 22 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run Creek (CWF) and 231 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`32"N 76°14`19"W);

 13) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 21 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run Creek (CWF) and 564 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`33"N 76°14`14"W);

 14) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 26 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run Creek (CWF) and 264 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`33"N 76°14`14"W);

 15) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 30 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run Creek (CWF) and 1,144 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`49"N 76°14`46"W);

 16) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 21 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run Creek (CWF) and 487 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`44"N 76°14`46"W);

 17) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 21 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sciota Brook (CWF) and 4,223 square feet of an exceptional value palustrine forested (EV-PFO) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°32` 47"N 76°14`24"W);

 18) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 25 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run Creek (CWF) and 307 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`44"N 76°14`18"W);

 19) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 20 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run Creek (CWF) and 4,060 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`43"N 76°14`27"W);

 20) two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 103 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`34"N 76°14`10"W);

 21) two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 103 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`34"N 76°14`11"W);

 22) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 807 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`32"N 76°14`16"W);

 23) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 177 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`24"N 76°14`25"W);

 24) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 664 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`22"N 76°14`24"W);

 25) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 254 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`17"N 76°14`24"W);

 26) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 307 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`10"N 76°14`27"W);

 27) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 271 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`08"N 76°14`27"W);

 28) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 514 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`08"N 76°14`26"W);

 29) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 362 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`06"N 76°14`26"W);

 30) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 1,166 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`04"N 76°14`31"W);

 31) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 329 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`41"N 76°14`42"W);

 32) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 843 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`09"N 76°14`26"W);

 33) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 288 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`40"N 76°19`16"W);

 34) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 1,483 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`40"N 76°14`34"W);

 35) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 220 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`39"N 76°14`35"W).

 The project will result in 413 linear feet of temporary stream impacts, a total of 19,374 square feet (0.44 acre) of temporary wetland impacts all for the purpose of installing a fresh waterline for Marcellus well development in Wilmot Township, Bradford County. This project is associated with permit number E5729-017 and E6629-004.

E6629-004: Chesapeake Appalachia, LLC, 101 North Main Street, Athens, PA 18810, North Branch Township, Wyoming County, ACOE Baltimore District.

 To construct, operate, and maintain:

 1) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 1 linear foot of an unnamed tributary to Miller Brook (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`33"N 76°12`54"W);

 2) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 2 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Miller Brook (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`36"N 76°12`32"W);

 3) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 2 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Miller Brook (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`36"N 76°12`29"W);

 4) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 4 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run Creek (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`50"N 76°12`02"W);

 5) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 17 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sugar Run Creek (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`52"N 76°11`51"W);

 6) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 2 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Miller Brook (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`52"N 76°11`48"W);

 7) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 22 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Mehoopany Creek (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`55"N 76°11`19"W);

 8) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 28 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Mehoopany Creek (CWF) and 2,587 square feet of an emergent/palustrine forested (PEM/PFO) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`58"N 76°11`11"W);

 9) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 47 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Mehoopany Creek (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`58"N 76°11`09"W);

 10) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 26 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Mehoopany Creek (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°34`06"N 76°11`03"W);

 11) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 135 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`49"N 76°12`10"W);

 12) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 324 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`50"N 76°12`01"W);

 13) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 431 square feet of a palustrine emergent/palustrine forested (PEM/PFO) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°33`59"N 76°11` 15"W).

 The project will result in 151 linear feet of temporary stream impacts, a total of 3,477 square feet (0.08 acre) of temporary wetland impacts all for the purpose of installing a fresh waterline for Marcellus well development.

E5729-017: Chesapeake Appalachia, LLC, 101 North Main Street, Athens, PA 18810, Colley Township, Sullivan County, ACOE Baltimore District.

 To construct, operate, and maintain:

 1) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 6 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sciota Brook (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°32`25"N 76°14`02"W);

 2) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 42 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sciota Brook (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°32`27"N 76°13`48"W);

 3) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 35 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sciota Brook (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°32`10"N 76°13`37"W);

 4) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 7 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sciota Brook (CWF) (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°32`06"N 76°13`53"W);

 5) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 23 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Sciota Brook (CWF) and 1,458 square feet of an exceptional value palustrine emergent (EV-PEM) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°32` 25"N 76°13`44"W);

 6) a temporary road crossing using a mat bridge, two 16 inch diameter water line impacting 5,354 square feet of an exceptional value palustrine emergent/palustrine forested (EV-PEM/PFO) wetland (Jenningsville, PA Quadrangle 41°32`18"N 76°13`32"W).

 The project will result in 113 linear feet of temporary stream impacts, a total of 6,812 square feet (0.16 acre) of temporary wetland impacts all for the purpose of installing a fresh waterline for Marcellus well development in Colley Township, Sullivan County. This project is associated with permit number E6629-004 and E0829-025.

E4129-024: PVR Marcellus Gas Gathering, LLC, 100 Penn Tower, Suite 201 & 202, 25 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701, Anthony & Mifflin Townships, Lycoming County, ACOE Baltimore District.

 To construct, operate, and maintain:

 (1) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline, one 12 inch water line, and a temporary mat bridge across Mash Run (EV) impacting 53 linear feet (Salladasburg Quadrangle 41°19` 25" N 77°11`38" W),

 (2) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline, one 12 inch water line, and a temporary mat bridge across an unnamed tributary to Larrys Creek (EV) impacting 79 linear feet; (Salladasburg Quadrangle 41°18`29" N 77°12`08" W),

 (3) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline, one 12 inch water line, and a temporary mat bridge across an unnamed tributary to Larrys Creek (EV) impacting 51 linear feet (Trout Run Quadrangle 41°18`07" N 77°12`26" W),

 (4) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline, one 12 inch water line, and a temporary mat bridge across an unnamed tributary to Larrys Creek (EV) impacting 129 linear feet (Trout Run Quadrangle 41°18`06" N 77°12`29" W),

 (5) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline, one 12 inch water line, and a temporary mat bridge across an unnamed tributary to Larrys Creek (EV) impacting 130 linear feet (Trout Run Quadrangle 41°17`51" N 77°12`51" W),

 (6) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline, one 12 inch water line, and a temporary mat bridge across an unnamed tributary to Larrys Creek (EV) impacting 58 linear feet (Trout Run Quadrangle 41°17`49" N 77°13`00" W),

 The project will result in 500 linear feet of stream impacts and 0.0 acre of wetland impacts, all for the purpose of installing a natural gas gathering line with associated access roadways for Marcellus well development.

E4129-026: Chief Gathering LLC, 6051 Wallace Road, Suite 210, Wexford, Pa 15090, Shrewsbury Township, Lycoming County, ACOE Baltimore District.

 To construct, operate, and maintain:

 1) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 71 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Lake Run (HQ-CWF,MF) (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`03"N 76° 40`57"W),

 2) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 65 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Lake Run (HQ-CWF,MF) (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`03"N 76° 40`56"W),

 3) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 68 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Lake Run (HQ-CWF,MF) (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`02"N 76° 40`56"W),

 4) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 2380 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`02"N 76°40`53"W),

 5) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 30 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Lake Run (HQ-CWF,MF) and 546 square feet of adjacent palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°19`58"N 76°40`46"W),

 6) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 396 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°19`59"N 76°40`32"W),

 7) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline bored beneath 168 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`00"N 76°40`30"W),

 8) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline bored beneath 30 linear feet of Lake Run (HQ-CWF,MF) (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`01"N 76°40`28"W),

 9) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline bored beneath 61 linear feet of unnamed tributaries to Lake Run (HQ-CWF,MF) and 2945 square feet of adjacent palustrine forested (PFO) wetland (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`02"N 76°40`27"W),

 10) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline impacting 13 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`03"N 76°40`25"W),

 11) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 72 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Lick Run (HQ-CWF, MF) (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`14"N 76°39`52"W),

 12) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 67 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Lick Run (HQ-CWF, MF) (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`16"N 76°39`46"W),

 13) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 2064 square feet of a palustrine emergent (PEM) wetland (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`22"N 76°39`37"W),

 14) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 65 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Lick Run (HQ-CWF, MF) (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`26"N 76°39`35"W),

 15) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 69 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Lick Run (HQ-CWF, MF) (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`27"N 76°39`35"W),

 16) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 66 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Lick Run (HQ-CWF, MF) (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`28"N 76°39`34"W),

 17) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 64 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Lick Run (HQ-CWF, MF) (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`28"N 76°39`32"W),

 18) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 74 linear feet of Lick Run (HQ-CWF, MF) (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`29"N 76°39`29"W),

 19) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 119 linear feet of Lick Run (HQ-CWF, MF) (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`28"N 76°39`27"W),

 20) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline impacting 9 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Lick Run (HQ-CWF, MF) (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`31"N 76°39` 22"W),

 21) one 12 inch natural gas pipeline and a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge impacting 66 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Lick Run (HQ-CWF, MF) (Picture Rocks PA Quadrangle 41°20`31"N 76°39`21"W).

 The project will result in 905 linear feet of temporary stream impacts and 0.12 acre of temporary wetland impacts all for the purpose of installing a natural gas pipeline with associated access roadways for Marcellus well development.

E4129-020: Anadarko Marcellus Midstream, L.L.C., 33 West Third Street, Suite 200, Williamsport, PA 17701, Cascade and Gamble Townships, Lycoming County, ACOE Baltimore District.

 To construct, operate, and maintain:

 1) a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge, two 6 inch flex steel gas lines, one 16 inch gasline, one 16 inch steel waterline, and one electric/fiber optic line impacting 422 linear feet of East Branch Murray Run (EV, MF) and two unnamed tributaries and 19224 square feet of the adjacent palustrine forested (PFO) wetland (Bodines PA Quadrangle 41°25`39"N 76°56`25"W),

 2) a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge, two 6 inch flex steel gas lines, one 16 inch gasline, one 16 inch steel waterline, and one electric/fiber optic line impacting 89 linear feet of an unnamed tributary (UNT) to East Branch Murray Run (EV, MF) and 2380 square feet of adjacent palustrine forested (PFO) wetland (Bodines PA Quadrangle 41°25`36"N 76°56`49"W),

 3) a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge, two 6 inch flex steel gas lines, one 16 inch gasline, one 16 inch steel waterline, and one electric/fiber optic line impacting 38857 square feet of a palustrine forested (PFO) wetland (Bodines PA Quadrangle 41°25`38"N 76°56`52"W),

 4) a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge, two 6 inch flex steel gas lines, one 16 inch gasline, one 16 inch steel waterline, and one electric/fiber optic line impacting 178 linear feet of an unnamed tributary (UNT) to East Branch Murray Run (EV, MF) (Bodines PA Quadrangle 41°25`32"N 76°57`10"W),

 5) a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge, two 6 inch flex steel gas lines, one 16 inch gasline, one 16 inch steel waterline, and one electric/fiber optic line impacting 75 linear feet of an unnamed tributary (UNT) to East Branch Murray Run (EV, MF) and 6621 square feet of adjacent palustrine forested (PFO) wetland (Bodines PA Quadrangle 41°25`26"N 76°57`35"W),

 6) temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge, two 6 inch flex steel gas lines, one 16 inch gas line, one 16 inch steel waterline, and one electric/fiber optic line impacting 517 square feet of a palustrine forested (PFO) wetland (Bodines PA Quadrangle 41°25`26"N 76°57` 39"W),

 7) a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge, two 6 inch flex steel gas lines, one 16 inch gas line, one 16 inch steel waterline, and one electric/fiber optic line impacting 3984 square feet of a palustrine scrub shrub (PSS) wetland (Bodines PA Quadrangle 41° 25`11"N 76°58`07"W),

 8) a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge, two 6 inch flex steel gas lines, one 16 inch gasline, one 16 inch steel waterline, and one electric/fiber optic line impacting 130 linear feet of an unnamed tributary (UNT) to East Branch Murray Run (EV, MF) (Bodines PA Quadrangle 41°25`10"N 76°58`09"W),

 9) a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge, two 6 inch flex steel gas lines, one 16 inch gasline, one 16 inch steel waterline, and one electric/fiber optic line impacting 76 linear feet of an unnamed tributary (UNT) to East Branch Murray Run (EV, MF) (Bodines PA Quadrangle 41°25`09"N 76°58`11"W),

 10) temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge, two 6 inch flex steel gas lines, one 16 inch gas line, one 16 inch steel waterline, and one electric/fiber optic line impacting 151 square feet of a palustrine forested (PFO) wetland (Bodines PA Quadrangle 41°25`07"N 76°58` 12"W),

 11) a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge, two 6 inch flex steel gas lines, one 16 inch gasline, one 16 inch steel waterline, and one electric/fiber optic line impacting 57 linear feet of an unnamed tributary (UNT) to East Branch Murray Run (EV, MF) (Bodines PA Quadrangle 41°25`07"N 76°58`13"W),

 12) a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge, two 6 inch flex steel gas lines, one 16 inch gasline, one 16 inch steel waterline, and one electric/fiber optic line impacting 90 linear feet of an unnamed tributary (UNT) to East Branch Murray Run (EV, MF) (Bodines PA Quadrangle 41°25`05"N 76°58`13"W),

 13) a temporary road crossing using a timber mat bridge, two 6 inch flex steel gas lines, one 16 inch gasline, one 16 inch steel waterline, and one electric/fiber optic line impacting 1064 square feet of a palustrine forested (PFO) wetland (Bodines PA Quadrangle 41°24`59"N 76° 58`18"W).

 The project will result in 1,117 linear feet of temporary stream impacts and 1.67 acres of temporary wetland impacts all for the purpose of installing a natural gas and water pipelines with associated access roadways for Marcellus well development.

Southeast Region: Watershed Management Program Manager, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401

E15-819. Doe Run Limited Partnership, 5000 South Broad Street, West Marlborough Township, Chester County. ACOE Philadelphia District.

 To construct and maintain an approximately 16-foot long, 56-foot span, 5.02 foot rise Truss bridge across Doe Run (TSF-MF) to facilitate the crossing of livestock and farm equipment. This work includes minor grading within the floodway associated with creation of a small agricultural testing area.

 The site is located approximately 2040 feet northeast of the intersection Thouron Road and Chatham Road (S.R. 0841) in West Marlborough Township, Chester County (Coatesville PA, USGS Quadrangle N: 5.96 inches; W: 9.94 inches).

 The issuance of this permit also constitutes approval of a Water Quality Certification under Section 401 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act [33 U.S.C.A. 1341(a)].

Southcentral Region: Watershed Management Program Manager, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Telephone: 717.705.4802.

E67-839: Faire Wynd Associates, LLP, 4400 Deer Path Road, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17110, in Dover Township, York County, ACOE Baltimore District

 To construct and maintain: 1) a 98.5-foot long, 1.0-foot uniformly depressed, 3.5-foot high by 10.0-foot wide concrete box culvert with baffles in an unnamed tributary to Fox Run (TSF, MF) and to place and maintain approximately 267.0 cubic yards of fill, associated with roadway approach and culvert construction, within the floodway of an unnamed tributary to Fox Run (TSF, MF), permanently impacting 98.5 lineal feet of stream channel; 2) an 18.0-inch diameter HDPE stormwater pipe, 3) an 8.0-inch diameter PVC sanitary sewer pipe; 4) an 8.0-inch diameter DI water main in and across an unnamed tributary to Fox Run (TSF, MF); 5) an 87.0-foot long, 1.0-foot uniformly depressed, 3.5-foot high by 10.0-foot wide concrete box culvert with baffles in an unnamed tributary to Fox Run (TSF, MF) and to place and maintain approximately 107.0 cubic yards of fill, associated with the roadway approach and culvert construction, within the floodway of an unnamed tributary to Fox Run (TSF, MF); 6) an 18.0-inch diameter HDPE stormwater pipe; 7) an 8.0-inch diameter PVC sanitary sewer pipe; 8) and an 8.0-inch diameter DI water main in and across an unnamed tributary to Fox Run (TSF, MF), permanently impacting 87.0 lineal feet of stream channel; 9) a 73.6-foot long, 6.0-inch uniformly depressed, 2.0-foot by 3.16-foot concrete elliptical culvert in an unnamed tributary to Fox Run (TSF, MF) and to place and maintain approximately 113.0 cubic yards of fill, associated with roadway approach and culvert construction, within the floodway of an unnamed tributary to Fox Run (TSF, MF), permanently impacting 73.6 lineal feet of stream channel; 10) an 18.0-inch diameter HDPE stormwater pipe; 11) an 8.0-inch diameter PVC sanitary sewer pipe; 12) an 8.0-inch diameter DI water main in and across an unnamed tributary to Fox Run (TSF, MF); 13) a riprap stormwater channel discharging to an unnamed tributary to Fox Run (TSF, MF), permanently impacting 40.0 lineal feet of stream channel; 14) a 24-inch diameter HDPE stormwater management basin outfall with an R-5 riprap apron discharging to Fox Run (TSF, MF), permanently impacting 18.0 lineal feet of stream channel; and 15) four temporary sediment traps discharging to unnamed tributaries to Fox Run (TSF, MF). The project is located along Bull Road/Roosevelt Avenue, approximately 2,000.0 feet south of its intersection with Canal Road (Dover, PA Quadrangle; N: 1.75 inches, W: 9.75 inches; Latitude: 40°0`51", Longitude: -76°48`52") in Dover Township, York County. The project will permanently impact a total of 317.1 linear feet of stream channel. The applicant proposes no impacts to wetlands.

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENTS

Central Office: Bureau of Waterways Engineering, Rachel Carson State Office Building, Floor 3, 400 Market Street, Harrisburg, PA 17105

D40-023EA. Theta Land Corporation, 1004 Exeter Avenue, Exeter, PA 18643. Plains Township, Luzerne County, ACOE Baltimore District.

 Project proposes to breach and remove Laurel Run No. 2 Dam across Laurel Run (CWF) for the purpose of eliminating a threat to public safety and restoring the stream to a free flowing condition. The project will restore approximately 1,100 feet of stream channel. The dam is located approximately 1,200 feet southeast of the intersection of US 81 and SR 309 (Wilkes-Barre, East, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41° 14` 53"; Longitude: -75° 49` 04").

EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL

 The following Erosion and Sediment Control permits have been issued.

 Persons aggrieved by an action may appeal that action to the Environmental Hearing Board (Board) under section 4 of the Environmental Hearing Board Act and 2 Pa.C.S. §§ 501—508 and 701—704. The appeal should be sent to the Environmental Hearing Board, Second Floor, Rachel Carson State Office Building, 400 Market Street, PO Box 8457, Harrisburg, PA 17105-8457, (717) 787-3483. TDD users may contact the Board through the Pennsylvania Relay Service, (800) 654-5984. Appeals must be filed with the Board within 30 days of publication of this notice in the Pennsylvania Bulletin unless the appropriate statute provides a different time period. Copies of the appeal form and the Board's rules of practice and procedure may be obtained from the Board. The appeal form and the Board's rules of practice and procedure are also available in Braille or on audiotape from the Secretary to the Board at (717) 787-3483. This paragraph does not, in and of itself, create a right of appeal beyond that permitted by applicable statutes and decisional law.

 For individuals who wish to challenge an action, the appeal must reach the Board within 30 days. A lawyer is not needed to file an appeal with the Board.

 Important legal rights are at stake, however, so individuals should show this notice to a lawyer at once. Persons who cannot afford a lawyer may qualify for pro bono representation. Call the Secretary to the Board at (717) 787-3483 for more information.

Southwest Region: Oil & Gas Program 400 Waterfront Drive Pittsburgh, PA 15222

1/18/12
ESCGP-1 No: ESX10-051-0033 MAJOR REVISION
Applicant Name: CHEVRON APPALACHIA LLC
Contact Person JEREMY HIRTZ
Address: 800 MOUNTAIN VIEW DRIVE
City: SMITHFIELD State: PA Zip Code: 15478
County: FAYETTE Township: LUZERNE
Receiving Stream (s) And Classifications: UNT TO
 WALLACE RUN, WALLACE RUN/MIDDLE
 MONONGAHELA RIVER WATERSHED; OTHER

2/14/12
ESCGP-1 No.: ESX11-063-0011 MAJOR REVISION
Applicant Name: MOUNTAIN GATHERING LLC
Contact Person: DEWEY CHALOS
Address: 810 HOUSTON STREET
City: FORT WORTH State: TX Zip Code: 76102
County: INDIANA Township(s): CENTER AND
 BLACKLICK
Receiving Stream(s) and Classifications: UNT TO TWO  LICK CREEK/ TWO LICK CREEK WATERSHED,  UNT TO BLACKLICK CREEK/BLACKLICK CREEK  WATERSHED; OTHER

1/11/12
ESCGP-1 No.: ESX12-125-0007
Applicant Name: RANGE RESOURCES APPALACHIA  LLC
Contact Person: GLENN TRUZZI
Address: 3000 TOWN CENTER BOULEVARD
City: CANONSBURG State: PA Zip Code: 15317
County: Washington Township(s): CROSS CREEK
Receiving Stream(s) and Classifications: UNT TO CROSS  CREEK AND UNT TO NORTH FORK CROSS CREEK/  RACCOON CREEK WATERSHED; OTHER

1/10/12
ESCGP-1 No.: ESX12-003-0001
Applicant Name: RANGE RESOURCES APPALACHIA  LLC
Contact Person: GLEN TRUZZI
Address: 3000 TOWN CENTER BOULEVARD
City: CANONSBURG State: PA Zip Code: 15317
County: ALLEGHENY Township(s): FRAZER
Receiving Stream(s) and Classifications: UNT TO BULL  CREEK AND UNT TO DAYS RUN/ LOWER ALLE GHENY RIVER WATERSHED; OTHER

12/16/11
ESCGP-1 No.: ESX11-125-0119
Applicant Name: RANGE RESOURCES APPALACHIA  LLC
Contact Person: LAURA RUSMISEL
Address: 3000 TOWN CENTER BOULEVARD
City: CANONSBURG State: PA Zip Code: 15317
COUNTY WASHINGTON Township(s): DONEGAL
Receiving Stream(s) and Classifications: UNTs TO BUCK  RUN/WHEELING-BUFFALO CREEKS WATERSHED;  HQ


SPECIAL NOTICES

Request for Comments on the Proposed Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs) Developed for the Wolf Run Watershed in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania

 The Department of Environmental Protection will accept comments on the proposed TMDLs developed for the Wolf Run Watershed in Lycoming County, PA. These TMDLs were established in accordance with the requirements of Section 303(d) of the Clean Water Act. The Pennsylvania Integrated Water Quality Monitoring and Assessment Report included impaired stream segments in this watershed. The listings of these waterbodies were due to use impairments caused by excessive siltation.

 There currently are no state or federal instream numerical water quality criteria for siltation. Therefore, the Department utilized a reference watershed approach to implement the applicable narrative criteria. These proposed TMDLs set allowable loadings of sediment in the Wolf Run Watershed. The sediment loading was allocated among cropland, hay/pasture land, transitional land and streambank categories present in the watershed. Data used in establishing these TMDLs was generated using a water quality analysis model (AVGWLF) designed by the Pennsylvania State University.

 The following table shows the estimated current sediment loading for the watershed. Overall load reductions necessary in order to meet the TMDLs are also identified.

Summary of TMDL Based Load Reductions in the Wolf Run Watershed
Pollutant Existing Load (lbs./yr.) Existing Load (lbs./day) TMDL
(lbs./yr.)
TMDL
(lbs./day)
Percent
Reduction
Sediment 2,116,200 5,798 1,885,261 5,165 13%

 The data and all supporting documentation used to develop the proposed TMDLs are available from the Department. The proposed TMDLs and information on the TMDL program can be viewed on the Department's website (www.dep.state.pa.us/watermanagement_apps/tmdl/). To request a copy of any of the proposed TMDLs contact Sean Kilmartin, Civil Engineer Hydraulic, Watershed Quality Standards Division, Central Office, Department of Environmental Protection, Rachel Carson State Office Building, Harrisburg, PA 17105, 717-783-2958, sekilmarti@pa.gov.

 The Department will consider all comments in developing the final TMDLs, which will be submitted to EPA for approval. Written comments will be accepted at the above address and must be postmarked by 45 days after publication in the PA bulletin. A public meeting to discuss the technical merits of the TMDL will be held upon request.

[Pa.B. Doc. No. 12-612. Filed for public inspection April 6, 2012, 9:00 a.m.]



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