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LAND RECYCLING AND ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION

UNDER ACT 2, 1995

PREAMBLE 1


Acknowledgment of Notices of Intent to Remediate Submitted under the Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act (35 P.S. §§ 6026.101—6026.907)

 Sections 302—305 of the Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act (act) (35 P.S. §§ 6026.302—6026.305) require the Department to publish in the Pennsylvania Bulletin an acknowledgment noting receipt of Notices of Intent to Remediate. An acknowledgment of the receipt of a Notice of Intent to Remediate is used to identify a site where a person proposes to, or has been required to, respond to a release of a regulated substance at a site. A person intending to use the background standard, Statewide health standard, the site-specific standard or intend to remediate a site as a special industrial area shall file a Notice of Intent to Remediate with the Department. A Notice of Intent to Remediate filed with the Department provides a brief description of the location of the site, a list of known or suspected contaminants at the site, the proposed remediation measures for the site and a description of the intended future use of the site. A person who demonstrates attainment of one or a combination of cleanup standards or receives approval of a special industrial area remediation identified under the act will be relieved of further liability for the remediation of the site for contamination identified in reports submitted to and approved by the Department. Furthermore, the person shall not be subject to citizen suits or other contribution actions brought by responsible persons not participating in the remediation.

 Under sections 304(n)(1)(ii) and 305(c)(2) of the act, there is a 30-day public and municipal comment period for sites proposed for remediation using a site-specific standard, in whole or in part, and for sites remediated as a special industrial area. This period begins when a summary of the Notice of Intent to Remediate is published in a newspaper of general circulation in the area of the site. For the following site, proposed for remediation to a site-specific standard or as a special industrial area, the municipality, within which the site is located, may request to be involved in the development of the remediation and reuse plans for the site if the request is made within 30 days of the date specified as follows. During this comment period, the municipality may request that the person identified as the remediator of the site develop and implement a public involvement plan. Requests to be involved and comments should be directed to the remediator of the site.

 For further information concerning the content of a Notice of Intent to Remediate, contact the environmental cleanup program manager in the Department regional office listed before the notice. If information concerning this acknowledgment is required in an alternative form, contact the community relations coordinator at the appropriate regional office. TDD users may telephone the Department through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at (800) 654-5984.

 The Department has received the following Notices of Intent to Remediate:

Southeast Region: Environmental Cleanup Program Manager, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401.

660 Nutt Road Site, 660 Nutt Road, Phoenixville Borough, Chester County. Richard S. Werner, Environmental Consulting, Inc., 200 Renaissance Boulevard, Suite 110, King of Prussia, PA 19406 on behalf of Alex DeSimone, Phoenixville Enterprise, LLC, f/k/a Phoenix- ville Investors, LP, 14 Balligomingo Road, Conshohocken, PA 19428 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Localized area of gasoline-impacted soil encountered during construction of storm water basin. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in the Phoenix on June 18, 2017.

1801-1807 North 19th Street & 1857 West Montgomery Avenue, 1801-1807 North 19th Street & 1857 West Montgomery Avenue, City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County. Richard S. Werner, Environmental Consulting, Inc., 2002 Renaissance Boulevard, Suite 110, King of Prussia, PA 19406 on behalf of Frank Monoghan, Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia, 1829 North 19th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19121 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Subsurface investigation has identified impacts of volatile organic compounds and metals to the soil and groundwater on the property that are attributed to former underground storage tanks. The future use of the subject property is intended to be residential. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in the Philly Weekly on August 15, 2017.

Hale Products Industries Inc., Facility, 720 Spring Mill Avenue and 701 Jones Street, Borough of Conshohocken, Montgomery County. Jon Rutledge, Arcadis, U.S. Inc., 10 Friends Lane, Suite 200, Newtown, PA 18940 on behalf of Mark Frick, Hurst Jaws of Life, Inc., (f/k/a Hale Products Inc., 1925 West Field Court, Suite 200, Lake Forest, IL 60045-4824 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Solvents, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon and metals have been detected in soil and/or groundwater at the site. The proposed future use of the property will be residential. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in the Times Herald on April 10, 2017.

Spring Garden School, 843-847 North 12th Street, 1115 Parrish Street, City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County. Sara Szymanski, REPSG, Inc., 6901 Kingsessing Avenue, Second Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19142 on behalf of David Cleghorn, HELP PA V LP, 5115 East 13th Street, New York, NY 10003 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Subsurface soil investigations identified the presence of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and vanadium at concentrations above the applicable PADEP Medium Specific Concentrations. The site is being redeveloped for residential use. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in the Daily Local News on June 8, 2017.

Manor Park Landfill, 35 East Cleveland Avenue, Morrisville Borough, Bucks County. Richard S. Werner, Environmental Consulting, Inc., 2002 Renaissance Boulevard, Suite 110, King of Prussia, PA 19406 on behalf of Robert White, The Redevelopment Authority of the County of Bucks, 216 Pond Street, Bristol, PA 19007 submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Site Characterization activities have identified semi-volatile organic compounds, metals, and dieldrin in soil, and SVOCs and metals in groundwater. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in the Bucks County Courier Times on July 6, 2017.

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

Former Mack Truck Assembly Plant 5A, South 12th Street, City of Allentown, Lehigh County. Brinkerhoff Environmental Services Inc., 1805 Atlantic Avenue, Manasquan, NJ 08736, on behalf of Volvo Group North America, 7900 National Service Road, Greensboro, NC 27409, submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. Metals, primarily lead and arsenic were discovered in the soil due to historical use at the site. The proposed future use of the property is for non-residential purposes. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in The Morning Call on May 12, 2017.

Former Bridges Market, 582 Route 183, Wayne Township, Schuylkill County. United Environmental Services Inc., P.O. Box 701, Schuylkill Haven, PA 17972, on behalf of Mr. Herman Clauser, 105 Schuylkill Mountain Road, Schuylkill Haven, PA 17972, submitted a Notice of Intent to Remediate. The site had a Number 2 Fuel Oil release from an unregulated underground storage tank in January 2003. The proposed future use of the property is for residential purposes. The Notice of Intent to Remediate was published in The Rebublican Herald on July 18, 2017.

RESIDUAL WASTE GENERAL PERMITS


Application Withdrawn under the Solid Waste Management Act (35 P.S. §§ 6018.101—6018.1003); 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

Southcentral Region: Regional Solid Waste Manager, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110.

General Permit Renewal Application No. WMGR028SC006A. On February 2, 2017, the Department received a general permit renewal application from EJB Paving Materials Company for its facility, previously permitted as WMGR028D003A, located at the intersection of Rtes. 61 and 73, Leesport, PA 19533 in Ontelaunee Township, Berks County. General Permit No. WMGR028 authorizes the beneficial use of baghouse fines and/or scrubber pond precipitates, generated by hot-mix asphalt plants, for use as (i) an aggregate in roadway construction, (ii) a soil additive, (iii) a soil conditioner, or (iv) a component or ingredient in the manufacturing of construction products. On February 10, 2017, New Enterprise Stone & Limestone Company acquired EJB Paving Materials Company. The renewal application was withdrawn on August 4, 2017 by request of New Enterprise Stone & Limestone Company.

 Persons with questions may contact may contact Mr. John Oren, P.E., Permits Section Chief, Southcentral Regional Office, Waste Management Program at 717-705-4706. TDD users may contact the Department through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service, (800) 654-5984.

OPERATE WASTE PROCESSING OR DISPOSAL AREA OR SITE


Application(s) Received Under the Solid Waste Management Act, the Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling and Waste Reduction Act and Regulations to Operate Solid Waste Processing or Disposal Area or Site.

Northeast Region: Regional Solid Waste Manager, 2 Public Square, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701-1915.

Permit Application No. 100265. Grand Central Sanitary Landfill, Inc., 910 W. Pennsylvania Avenue, Pen Argyl, PA 18072. An application for permit renewal for the continued operation of this municipal waste landfill located in Plainfield Township, Northampton County. The application was received by the Regional Office on July 31, 2017 and deemed administratively complete on August 4, 2017.

 Comments concerning the application should be directed to Roger Bellas, Environmental Program Manager, Northeast Regional Office, 2 Public Square, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701-1915 at 570-826-2511. TDD users may contact the Department through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service, (800) 654-5984. Public comments must be submitted within 60 days of this notice and may recommend revisions to, and approval or denial of the application.

AIR QUALITY

PLAN APPROVAL AND OPERATING PERMIT APPLICATIONS

 The Department has developed an ''integrated'' plan approval, State Operating Permit and Title V Operating Permit program. This integrated approach is designed to make the permitting process more efficient for the Department, the regulated community and the general public. This approach allows the owner or operator of a facility to submit permitting documents relevant to its application for all sources related to a facility or a proposed project, affords an opportunity for public input, and provides for a decision on the issuance of the necessary permits.

 The Department received applications for Plan Approvals or Operating Permits from the following facilities.

 Copies of the application, the Department's analysis, all pertinent documents used in the evaluation of the application and subsequently prepared proposed plan approvals/operating permits are available for public review during normal business hours at the appropriate Department Regional Office. Appointments for scheduling a review must be made by calling the appropriate Department Regional Office. The address and phone number of the Regional Office is listed before the application notices.

 Persons wishing to file a written protest or provide comments or additional information, which they believe should be considered prior to the issuance of a permit, may submit the information to the Department's Regional Office. A 30-day comment period from the date of this publication will exist for the submission of comments, protests and information. Each submission must contain the name, address and telephone number of the person submitting the comments, identification of the proposed Plan Approval/Operating Permit including the permit number and a concise statement regarding the relevancy of the information or objections to issuance of the permit.

 A person wishing to request a hearing may do so during the 30-day comment period. A public hearing may be held, if the Department, in its discretion, decides that a hearing is warranted based on the information received. Persons submitting comments or requesting a hearing will be notified of the decision to hold a hearing by publication in the newspaper, the Pennsylvania Bulletin or by telephone, when the Department determines this type of notification is sufficient. Requests for a public hearing and any relevant information should be directed to the appropriate Department Regional Office.

 Permits issued to the owners or operators of sources subject to 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127, Subchapter D or E, or located within a Title V facility or subject to 25 Pa. Code § 129.51(a) or permits issued for sources with limitations on their potential to emit used to avoid otherwise applicable Federal requirements may be submitted to the United States Environmental Protection Agency for review and approval as a revision to the State Implementation Plan. Final Plan Approvals and Operating Permits will contain terms and conditions to ensure that the sources are constructed and operating in compliance with applicable requirements in the Air Pollution Control Act (35 P.S. §§ 4001—4015), 25 Pa. Code Chapters 121—145, the Federal Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C.A. §§ 7401—7671q) and regulations adopted under the Federal Clean Air Act.

 Persons with a disability who wish to comment and require an auxiliary aid, service or other accommodation to participate should contact the regional office listed before the application. TDD users may contact the Department through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at (800) 654-5984.


Intent to Issue Plan Approvals and Intent to Issue or Amend Operating Permits under the Air Pollution Control Act (35 P.S. §§ 4001—4015) and 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127, Subchapter B. These actions may include the administrative amendments of an associated operating permit.

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

Contact: Thomas Hanlon, Facilities Permitting Chief, 717-705-4862, Virendra Trivedi, New Source Review Chief, 717-705-4863, or William Weaver, Regional Air Quality Manager, 717-705-4702.

07-03063A: Sorge Funeral Home, Inc. (422 North Juniata Street, Hollidaysburg, PA 16648) to install a new human crematory at the facility in the Borough of Hollidaysburg, Blair County. Estimated potential emissions are 1.91 ton of carbon monoxide, 2.29 tons of nitrogen oxide, 1.62 ton of particulate matter, 0.72 ton of sulfur dioxide and 0.16 ton of volatile organic compounds. The facility is a State only operating permit facility. The Plan Approval will include emission restrictions, work practice standards along with monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting requirements to ensure the facility complies with the applicable air quality regulations. DEP's review of the information submitted by the applicant indicates that the air contamination sources as constructed or modified will comply with all regulatory requirements pertaining to air contamination sources and the emission of air contaminants including the best available technology requirement (BAT) of 25 Pa. Code §§ 127.1 and 127.12, and 25 Pa. Code § 123.13 for process Particulate Matter. Based on these findings, the Department proposes to issue a plan approval for the proposed construction. If, after the project has been implemented, the Department determines that the sources are constructed and operated in compliance with the plan approval conditions and the specification of the application for plan approval, the requirements established in the plan approval may be incorporated into a State-Only Operating Permit pursuant to the provisions of 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127.

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

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

59-00032B: Niles Valley Energy, LLC (N. Shore Place I, 358 N. Shore Dr., Ste. 201, Pittsburgh, PA 15212) for the construction of five (5) 6,023 bhp GE Jenbacher model J624 GS-H01, 4 stroke, lean burn, natural gas-fired engine/generator sets, each equipped with both catalytic oxidation and selective catalytic reduction (SCR), at the proposed electric generating station located in Charleston Township, Tioga County. The facility will also include one (1) 0.64 MMBtu/hour natural gas-fired natural gas line heater; three (3) storage tanks ranging in size from 2,600 gallons to 6,000 gallons; one (1) desiccant dehydration system; various fugitive emissions. On January 13, 2016, the Department issued Plan Approval 59-00032A for sources at this electric generating station. In that application, three (3) 9,708 bhp Rolls Royce Bergen natural gas-fired engine/generator sets were approved. Plan Approval 59-00032B will authorize Niles Valley Energy, LLC to construct either the GE Jenbacher engines or the Rolls Royce Bergen engines but not both.

 The Department of Environmental Protection's (Department) review of the information submitted by Niles Valley Energy, LLC indicates that the air contamination sources to be constructed will comply with all regulatory requirements, including monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements, and pertaining to air contamination sources and the emission of air contaminants including the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Stationary Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines, 40 CFR 63.6580—63.6675, the Standards of Performance for Stationary Spark Ignition Internal Combustion Engines, 40 CFR 60.4230—60.4248, the Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule, 40 CFR Part 98, 25 Pa. Code Chapter 123 and the best available technology requirement (BAT) of 25 Pa. Code §§ 127.1 and 127.12. Based on this finding, the Department proposes to issue a plan approval for the proposed construction. The emissions from each proposed engine included in this project will not exceed the following limits: 0.058 g/bhp-hr and 3.37 TPY NOx, 0.114 g/bhp-hr and 6.63 TPY CO, 0.037 g/bhp-hr and 2.15 TPY VOCs, 0.0006 lbs/MMBtu and 0.083 TPY SOx, 0.024 g/bhp-hr and 1.40 TPY PM/PM10/PM2.5, 0.009 g/bhp-hr and 0.52 TPY formaldehyde, 10 ppmvd at 15% O2 ammonia; no visible emissions equal to or greater than 10% for a period or periods aggregating more than three minutes in any 1 hour and equal to or greater than 30% at any time. In addition to the emission limitations, the following is a brief description of the types of conditions the Department intends to place in the plan approval in order to ensure compliance with all applicable air quality regulatory requirements: performance testing requirement for all engines to verify compliance with the emissions limitations; establish a facility-wide leak detection and repair (LDAR) program to account for fugitive emissions from high pressure connections; restrict the engines to natural gas firing only; in addition to performance testing, establish follow-up portable analyzer testing for NOx and CO for all engines every 2,500 hours of operation.

 The facility is a State Only facility. If the Department determines that the sources are constructed and operated in compliance with the plan approval conditions and the specifications of the application for Plan Approval 59-00032B, the applicant will subsequently apply for a State Only Operating Permit in accordance with 25 Pa. Code Subchapter F. All pertinent documents used in the evaluation of the application are available for public review during normal business hours at the Department's Northcentral Regional office, 208 West Third Street, Suite 101, Williamsport, PA 17701. Appointments for scheduling a review must be made by calling 570-327-0550.

08-00054B: Wolf Run Energy, LLC (N. Shore Place I, 358 N. Shore Dr., Ste. 201, Pittsburgh, PA 15212) for the construction of five (5) 6,023 bhp GE Jenbacher model J624 GS-H01, 4 stroke, lean burn, natural gas-fired engine/generator sets, each equipped with both catalytic oxidation and selective catalytic reduction (SCR), at the proposed electric generating station located in Wilmot Township, Bradford County. The facility will also include one (1) 0.64 MMBtu/hour natural gas-fired natural gas line heater; three (3) storage tanks ranging in size from 2,600 gallons to 6,000 gallons; one (1) desiccant dehydration system; various fugitive emissions. On January 13, 2016, the Department issued Plan Approval 08-00054A for sources at this electric generating station. In that application, three (3) 9,708 bhp Rolls Royce Bergen natural gas-fired engine/generator sets were approved. Plan Approval 08-00054B will authorize Wolf Run Energy, LLC to construct either the GE Jenbacher engines or the Rolls Royce Bergen engines but not both.

 The Department of Environmental Protection's (Department) review of the information submitted by Wolf Run Energy, LLC indicates that the air contamination sources to be constructed will comply with all regulatory requirements, including monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements, and pertaining to air contamination sources and the emission of air contaminants including the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Stationary Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines, 40 CFR 63.6580—63.6675, the Standards of Performance for Stationary Spark Ignition Internal Combustion Engines, 40 CFR 60.4230—60.4248, the Mandatory Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule, 40 CFR Part 98, 25 Pa. Code Chapter 123 and the best available technology requirement (BAT) of 25 Pa. Code §§ 127.1 and 127.12. Based on this finding, the Department proposes to issue a plan approval for the proposed construction. The emissions from each proposed engine included in this project will not exceed the following limits: 0.058 g/bhp-hr and 3.37 TPY NOx, 0.114 g/bhp-hr and 6.63 TPY CO, 0.037 g/bhp-hr and 2.15 TPY VOCs, 0.0006 lbs/MMBtu and 0.083 TPY SOx, 0.024 g/bhp-hr and 1.40 TPY PM/PM10/PM2.5, 0.009 g/bhp-hr and 0.52 TPY formaldehyde, 10 ppmvd at 15% O2 ammonia; no visible emissions equal to or greater than 10% for a period or periods aggregating more than three minutes in any 1 hour and equal to or greater than 30% at any time. In addition to the emission limitations, the following is a brief description of the types of conditions the Department intends to place in the plan approval in order to ensure compliance with all applicable air quality regulatory requirements: performance testing requirement for all engines to verify compliance with the emissions limitations; establish a facility-wide leak detection and repair (LDAR) program to account for fugitive emissions from high pressure connections; restrict the engines to natural gas firing only; in addition to performance testing, establish follow-up portable analyzer testing for NOx and CO for all engines every 2,500 hours of operation.

 The facility is a State Only facility. If the Department determines that the sources are constructed and operated in compliance with the plan approval conditions and the specifications of the application for Plan Approval 08-00054B, the applicant will subsequently apply for a State Only Operating Permit in accordance with 25 Pa. Code Subchapter F. All pertinent documents used in the evaluation of the application are available for public review during normal business hours at the Department's Northcentral Regional office, 208 West Third Street, Suite 101, Williamsport, PA 17701. Appointments for scheduling a review must be made by calling 570-327-0550.

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

Contact: David Balog, New Source Review Chief—Telephone: 814-332-6328.

43-182D: John Maneely Company—Wheatland Tube Division (One Council Ave., Wheatland, PA 16161) for the installation of a wet scrubber at their facility in Wheatland Borough, Mercer County. This is a Title V facility.

 Notice is hereby given pursuant to 25 Pa. Code §§ 127.44(b) and 127.424(b), that the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) intends to issue Plan Approval 43-182D to John Maneely Company—Wheatland Tube Division for the installation of a wet scrubber at the company's facility located at One Council Avenue, Wheatland Borough, Mercer County. The facility currently has a Title V permit No. 43-00182. The Plan Approval will subsequently be incorporated into the Title V Operating Permit through an administrative amendment in accordance with 25 Pa. Code § 127.450.

 Plan Approval No. 43-182D is for the installation of a wet scrubber to control particulate emissions from the existing # 2 Galvanizing Kettle (Source ID # 103). Based on the information provided by the applicant and DEP's own analysis, emissions from the subject source will not exceed 0.45 ton of particulate matter per year. The subject Plan Approval will not result in an increase in emissions over previously permitted levels.

 The permittee will be required to monitor and maintain records of scrubber pressure drop, liquid pressure, flow rate, and pH. The Plan Approval will contain additional monitoring, recordkeeping and work practice requirements designed to keep the facility operating within all applicable air quality requirements.

 Copies of the application, DEP's analysis, and other documents used in the evaluation are available for public inspection between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays at the address shown below. To make an appointment, contact Records Management at 814-332-6340.

 Anyone wishing to provide DEP with additional information they believe should be considered may submit the information to the address shown below. Comments must be received by the Department within 30 days of the last day of publication. Written comments should include the name, address, and telephone number of the person submitting comments, identification of the proposed Plan Approval; No. 43-182D and a concise statement regarding the relevancy of the information or any objections to issuance of the Plan Approval.

 A public hearing may be held, if the Department of Environmental Protection, in its discretion, decides that such a hearing is warranted on the comments received during the public comment period. All persons submitting comments or requesting a hearing will be notified of the decision to hold a hearing by publication in a local newspaper of general circulation or the Pennsylvania Bulletin or by telephone, where the Department determines such notification is sufficient. Written comments or requests for a public hearing should be directed to Eric Gustafson, Regional Air Quality Manager, Department of Environmental Protection, Northwest Regional Office, 230 Chestnut St., Meadville, PA 16335, 814-332-6940.

OPERATING PERMITS


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

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

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

09-00001: Avery Dennison Corporation, Fasson Roll Division (35 Penn Am Drive, Quakertown, PA 18951) for renewal of a Title V Operating Permit in Richland Township, Bucks County. Avery Dennison Corp. manufactures pressure sensitive adhesive label stock. Sources at the facility include an adhesive coating line, an emergency electric generator, a diesel fire pump engine, wash tanks, and maintenance and cleaning operations. The facility is categorized as a major source for volatile organic compounds (VOC) with a potential to emit greater than 25 tons per year. The facility is not a major source of HAP emissions. No changes have occurred at this facility since the permit was last renewed on March 14, 2012. The operating permit includes monitoring, record keeping, and reporting requirements designed to address all applicable air quality requirements.

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

Contact: Thomas Hanlon, Facilities Permitting Chief, 717-705-4862, Virendra Trivedi, New Source Review Chief, 717-705-4863, or William Weaver, Regional Air Quality Manager, 717-705-4702.

36-05136: Granger Energy of Honeybrook, LLC (481 South Churchtown Road, Narvon, PA 17555) for operation of two (2) Landfill gas-fired reciprocating internal combustion engines at the Lanchester Landfill in Caernarvon Township, Lancaster County. This is a renewal of the facility's Title V operating permit issued in 2012, that will also incorporate the requirements from plan approval 36-05136D. The facility's reported actual air emissions for 2016 were 95.1 tons of CO, 16.4 tons of NOx, 13.7 tons of SOx, 3.9 tons of PM10, 18.2 tons of VOCs, and 12.9 tons of Formaldehyde. The Title V Operating Permit will include emission limits and work practice standards along with monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting requirements to ensure the facility complies with the applicable air quality regulations. Among other items, the conditions include applicability to the RICE requirements of 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart JJJJ, and 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart ZZZZ.


Intent to Issue Operating Permits under the Air Pollution Control Act and 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127, Subchapter F.

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

Contact: Thomas Hanlon, Facilities Permitting Chief, 717-705-4862, Virendra Trivedi, New Source Review Chief, 717-705-4863, or William Weaver, Regional Air Quality Manager, 717-705-4702.

21-05039: Land O Lakes, Inc. (405 Park Drive, Carlisle, PA 17013) for the operation of a dry, condensed, and evaporated dairy products manufacturing facility at the Holly Milk Division located in South Middleton Township, Cumberland County. The facility has the potential to emit (PTE) air emissions of 13.9 tpy of PM, 13.9 tpy of PM-10, 13.9 tpy of PM-2.5, 0.7 tpy of SOx, 72.3 tpy of CO, 45.4 tpy of NOx, 4.8 tpy of VOC, 4.34E-04 tpy of Pb, 1.5 tpy of individual HAP (Hexane) and 1.6 tpy of total combined HAPs. 2015 reported actual air emissions were 32.4 tpy of CO, 0.0002 tpy of Pb, 12.9 tpy of NOx, 8.4 tpy of PM-10, 0.2 tpy of SOx, and 1.4 tpy of VOC. The Synthetic Minor Operating Permit will include visible emission limits and work practice standards along with monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting requirements to ensure the facility complies with the applicable air quality regulations. The facility has sources that are subject to 40 CFR Part 60 NSPS Dc regulations and 40 CFR Part 63 NESHAP/MACT ZZZZ regulations.

36-05149: Burle Business Park, LP (1004 New Holland Avenue, Lancaster, PA 17601) for operation of a commercial and industrial park facility in Lancaster City, Lancaster County. The facility 2016 emissions were 3.64 tons of CO, 4.33 tons of NOx, 0.33 ton of PM, 0.03 ton of SOx, 0.24 ton of VOC, and 0.08 ton of HAPs. The Operating Permit will include emission limits and work practice standards along with monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting requirements to ensure the facility complies with the applicable air quality regulations. Among other items, the conditions include 40 CFR Part 60, Subpart Dc—Standards of Performance for Small Industrial-Commercial-Institutional Steam Generating Units, and 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart ZZZZ—National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Stationary Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines.

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

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

18-00013: Clinton Hospital Corp (24 Cree Drive, Lock Haven, PA 17745-2639) to issue a renewal State Only operating permit for their Lock Haven Hospital located in the City of Lock Haven, Clinton County. The facility is currently operating under State Only Operating Permit 18-00013. The facility's main sources include three # 2 fuel oil/natural gas-fired boilers and four # 2 fuel oil-fired emergency generators.

 The facility has potential/actual emissions of 43.0 tons per year (TPY) of sulfur oxides, 23.6 TPY of nitrogen oxides, 8.9 TPY of carbon monoxide, 2.8 TPY of particulate matter, 2.8 TPY of volatile organic compounds, and 15,946 TPY of greenhouse gases (carbon dioxide equivalents). No changes to equipment or emissions are being proposed as part of this operating permit renewal. The emission limits, throughput limitations and work practice standards along with testing, monitoring, record keeping and reporting requirements have been included in the operating permit to ensure the facility complies with all applicable Federal and State air quality regulations. These operating permit conditions have been derived from the applicable requirements of 25 Pa. Code Chapters 121—145 as well as 40 CFR Part 60 and Part 63.

 All pertinent documents used in the evaluation of the application are available for public review during normal business hours at the Department's Northcentral Regional office, 208 West Third Street, Suite 101, Williamsport, PA 17701. Appointments for scheduling a review must be made by calling 570-327-0550.

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

Contact: Thomas Joseph, P.E., Facilities Permitting Chief—Telephone: 412-442-4336.

26-00545: Brownsville Marine Products, LLC (1800 Paul Thomas Blvd., Brownsville, PA 15417) In accordance with 25 Pa. Code §§ 127.424 and 127.425, notice is hereby given that the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) intends to issue an Air Quality State Only Operating Permit (SOOP) Modification to Brownsville Marine Products located in Brownsville Boro., Fayette County. This Modification is to include requirements from the Control Techniques Guidelines (CTG) for Shipbuilding and Ship Repair Operations (Surface Coating) in the existing State Only Operating Permit.

 Operations at this facility include steel preparation, fabrication and surface coating. The emission sources at this facility are paint building, unpaved roadways, shot blast units, submerged arc, welding machines and the control units include paint building filter, dust collectors and water truck. The SOOP renewal Modification contains emission restriction, testing, monitoring, recordkeeping, reporting and work practice standards derived from the applicable requirements of 25 Pa. Code Chapters 121—145.

 A person may oppose the proposed State Only Operating Permit Modification by filing a written protest with the Department through Noor Nahar via mail to Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. Each protest or set of written comments must contain the name, address and telephone number of the person submitting the comments, identification of the proposed State Only Operating Permit (26-00545) and a concise statement of the objections to the Operating Permit Modification issuance and the relevant facts upon which the objections are based.

 Brownsville Marine Products' State Only Operating Permit Modification application, the Department's Air Quality Review Memorandum, and the Proposed Air Quality Operating Permit Modification for this facility are available for review by any interested party at the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Southwest Regional Office, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. To request a review of the Brownsville Marine Products' State Only Operating Permit application, to receive an electronic copy of the Department's Air Quality Review Memorandum, or to receive an electronic copy of the Department's proposed air Quality Operating Permit Modification for this facility, a person may contact Noor Nahar at nnahar@pa.gov or 412.442.5225.

 All comments must be received prior to the close of business 30 days after the date of this publication.

56-00145: Berlin Brothersvalley School District (1025 E Main Street, Berlin, PA 15530-1498), In accordance with 25 Pa. Code §§ 127.424, 127.425 and 127.521, the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) is providing notice that it intends to issue a renewal State Only Operating Permit (SOOP-56-00145) to Berlin Brothersvalley School District (''BBSD'') to authorize the continued operation of two (2) Tri-Fuel Boilers and four (4) Fulton Boilers located at Elementary/Secondary Schools in Berlin Borough, Somerset County.

 The facility's air contamination sources consist of two (2) Tri-Fuel boilers each rated at 4.3 MMBtu/hr, three (3) natural gas-fired Fulton Boilers each rated at 3.0 MMBtu/hr, one (1) natural gas-fired Fulton Boiler rated at 2.0 MMBtu/hr, and two (2) emergency generators. The tri-fuel boilers are equipped with underfeed stokers, over fire air systems, and opacity monitoring devices with alarms to control excess air flow if opacity is exceeded. Potential emissions from the facility are based on a limit of burning 2,000 tons of coal per consecutive 12-month period and are estimated to be 75.0 tons SOx, 18.0 tons CO, 19.0 tons NOx, 2.0 tons VOC, and 16.0 tons particulate matter (PM).

 This facility is subject to the applicable requirements of 25 Pa. Code Chapters 121—145. The boilers are subject to the new applicable requirements of 40 CFR Part 63 Subpart JJJJJJ. Proposed SOOP renewal includes conditions relating to applicable emission restrictions, testing, monitoring, recordkeeping, reporting and work practice standards requirements. The emergency generator is subject to the applicable requirement of 40 CFR Part 63 Subpart ZZZZ.

 SOOP renewal application, the Department's Air Quality Review Memorandum, and the proposed Air Quality SOOP for this project are available for review by any interested party at the PADEP, Southwest Regional Office, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222. To request a review of SOOP renewal application, to receive an electronic copy of the Department's Air Quality Review Memorandum, or to receive an electronic copy of the Department's proposed Air Quality SOOP for this project, a person may contact Thomas Kaminski at tkaminski@pa.gov or 412.442.4097.

 Any person may submit comments, requests for the Department to hold a public hearing, or protests to the operating permit or a proposed condition thereof, by filing such submissions in writing to the Department at the Southwest Regional Office. A 30-day comment period from the date of this publication will exist for the submission of comments.

 All comments, requests for a public hearing, and protests to a proposed action, shall be filed with the Department within 30 days of the date that notice of the proposed action was published under 25 Pa. Code § 127.424 (relating to public notice). Comments, requests for a public hearing, and protests must include the name, address and telephone number of the person filing the protest, identification of the proposed permit issuance being opposed (State Only Operating Permit 56-00145) and a concise statement of the objections to the permit issuance and the relevant facts upon which the objections are based.

 A public hearing may be held in accordance with 25 Pa. Code § 127.429, if the Department, in its discretion, decides that such a hearing is warranted based on the information received. If a public hearing is held, all persons who have properly filed a protest under 25 Pa. Code § 127.426 may appear and give testimony. The applicant, the protestant and other participants will be notified of the decision to hold a hearing (and the time, place and purpose of such hearing) by publication in the newspaper or by the Pennsylvania Bulletin, or by telephone, where the Department determines such notification by telephone is sufficient.

 Comments, protests and requests for a public hearing should be directed to Jesse S. Parihar, Air Quality Engineering Specialist, Department of Environmental Protection, Southwest Regional Office, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222 (jparihar@pa.gov, Phone 412.442.4030).

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

Contact: David Balog, New Source Review Chief—Telephone: 814-332-6328.

10-00298: ESM Group Inc. (955 Saxonburg Blvd., Saxonburg, PA 16056-2317), the Department intends to issue the renewal of the Natural Minor Permit of a magnesium-lime powder manufacturing facility located in Saxonburg Borough, Butler County. Permitted sources at the facility include grinding, mixing, loading, and surface coating operations, an emergency generator, and degreasers. Starting with this renewal, the surface coating operation at the facility is subject to a VOC elective restriction of 2.7 tons per 12-month rolling period to escape 25 Pa. Code § 129.52d, which pertains to Control of VOC emissions from miscellaneous metal parts surface coating processes, miscellaneous plastic parts surface coating processes and pleasure craft surface coatings. Three sources previously permitted are also removed from the operating permit.

Department of Public Health, Air Management Services: 321 University Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104.

Contact: Edward Wiener, Chief—Telephone: 215-685-9426.

 The City of Philadelphia, Air Management Services (AMS) intends to issue a Minor State Only Operating Permit for the following facility:

OP17-000004: Girard Medical Center (North Philadelphia Health Systems), (at 8th Street and Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19122) for the operation of a hospital facility in the City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County. The facility's air emission source includes two 5 MMBtu/hr boilers firing No. 2 Oil, seven less than or equal to 1.6 MMBtu/hr natural gas firing boilers, two less than 1.3 MMBtu/hr natural gas firing water heater, one 250 kW emergency generator firing No. 2 Oil, one 175 kW emergency generator firing No. 2 Oil, and one 120 kW emergency generator firing No. 2 Oil.

 The operating permit will be issued under 25 Pa. Code, Philadelphia Code Title 3 and Air Management Regulation XIII. Permit copies and other supporting information are available for public inspection at AMS, 321 University Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104. For further information, contact Edward Wiener at (215) 685-9426.

 Persons wishing to file protest or comments on the above operating permit must submit the protest or comments within 30 days from the date of this notice. Any protests or comments filed with AMS must include a concise statement of the objections to the permit issuance and the relevant facts upon which the objections are based. Based upon the information received during the public comment period, AMS may modify the operating permit or schedule a public hearing. The hearing notice will be published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin and a local newspaper at least thirty days before the hearing.

OP16-000038: Convent of the Sisters of St. Joseph & Chestnut Hill College (9601 Germantown Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19118) for the operation of a healthcare center in the City of Philadelphia, Philadelphia County. The facility's air emission sources include One (1) 300 Horsepower (HP)/10 MMBtu/hr boiler firing natural gas, two (2) 600 HP/20 MMBtu/hr boilers firing natural gas, four (4) Emergency Generators less than 400 kW firing natural gas or diesel.

 The operating permit will be issued under 25 Pa. Code, Philadelphia Code Title 3 and Air Management Regulation XIII. Permit copies and other supporting information are available for public inspection at AMS, 321 University Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104. For further information, contact Edward Wiener at (215) 685-9426.

COAL AND NONCOAL MINING ACTIVITY APPLICATIONS

 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 (35 P.S. §§ 691.1—691.1001); 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). Mining activity permits issued in response to such applications will also address the applicable permitting requirements of the following statutes: the Air Pollution Control Act (35 P.S. §§ 4001—4015); the Dam Safety and Encroachments Act (32 P.S. §§ 693.1—693.27); and the Solid Waste Management Act (35 P.S. §§ 6018.101—6018.1003).

 The following permit applications to conduct mining activities have been received by the Department. A copy of the application is available for inspection at the district mining office indicated before each application. Notices of requests for 401 Water Quality Certifications are included in individual application notices, as noted.

 Written comments or objections, or requests for an informal conference, or a public hearing, as applicable, on a mining permit application and request for Section 401 water quality certification application may be submitted by any person or any officer or head of any Federal, State or local government agency or authority to the Department at the address of the district mining office indicated before each application within 30 days of this publication, or within 30 days after the last publication of the applicant's newspaper advertisement as provided by 25 Pa. Code §§ 77.121—77.123 and 86.31—86.34.

 Written comments or objections regarding a mining permit application should contain the name, address and telephone number of persons submitting comments or objections, application number and a statement of sufficient detail to inform the Department on the basis of comment or objection and relevant facts upon which it is based.

 A request for an informal conference or a public hearing, as applicable, on a mining permit application, as provided by 25 Pa. Code § 77.123 or § 86.34, must contain the name, address and telephone number of the requestor; the application number; a brief summary of the issues to be raised by the requestor at the conference; and a statement whether the requestor desires to have the conference conducted in the locality of the proposed mining activities.

 When an NPDES number is listed, the mining activity permit application was accompanied by an application for an individual NPDES permit. A separate notice will be provided after the draft NPDES permit is prepared.

Coal Applications Received

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

30841316 and NPDES No. PA0213535. Consol Pennsylvania Coal Company LLC, (1000 Consol Energy Drive, Canonsburg, PA 15317). To revise the permit for the Bailey Mine & Prep Plant in Richhill Township, Greene County and related NPDES permit for installation of a degas borehole. Surface Acres Proposed 4.1. No additional discharges. The application was considered administratively complete on August 4, 2017. Application received May 26, 2017.

Cambria District Mining Office: 286 Industrial Park Road, Ebensburg, PA 15931, 814-472-1900.

Permit No. 56070102. Wilson Creek Energy, LLC, P.O. Box 260, Friedens, PA 15541, permit renewal for reclamation only of a bituminous surface mine in Lincoln Township, Somerset County affecting 24.8 acres. Receiving stream: Quemahoning Creek, classified for the following use: cold water fishes. The first downstream potable water supply intake from the point of discharge is Greater Johnstown Water Authority. Application received: July 31, 2017.

Permit No. 56120102 and NPDES No. PA0263419. Rosebud Mining Co., 301 Market Street, Kittanning, PA 16201, permit renewal for the continued operation and restoration of a bituminous surface and auger mine in Jenner Township, Somerset County, affecting 114.7 acres. Receiving streams: unnamed tributaries to Coal Run and unnamed tributaries to Pickings Run classified for the following uses: cold water fishes and high quality cold water fishes. The first downstream potable water supply intake from the point of discharge is Lincoln Municipal Authority—intake on North Branch of Quemahoning Creek. Application received: July 27, 2017.

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

37170301. Slippery Rock Materials, Inc. (704 Golf Course Road, Volant, PA 16156) Commencement, operation and restoration of a large industrial minerals mine in Plain Grove Township, Lawrence County, affecting 75.0 acres. Receiving streams: Three unnamed tributaries to Taylor Run and Taylor Run, classified for the following uses: CWF. There are no potable surface water supply intakes within 10 miles downstream. This application includes a request for a post-mining land use change from unmanaged natural habitat, forestland, and cropland to unmanaged natural habitat, wildlife habitat, unmanaged water impoundment, and wetlands on the property of Joseph Venasco; and a post-mining land use change from pastureland or land occasionally cut for hay, unmanaged natural habitat, cropland, residential, and forestland to cropland on the Kurt and Mary Ann Miller property. Application received: July 20, 2017.

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

17860135 and NPDES No PA0115622. Strishock, LLC (220 Hillcrest Drive, DuBois, PA 15801). Modification to the permit adding acres to be bonded and NPDES for a water treatment facility for a proposed coal preparation plant located in Sandy, Brady and Union Townships, Clearfield County affecting 367.6 acres. Receiving stream(s): Stony Run, Laborde Branch, and Sugar Camp Run classified for the following use(s): CWF. Application received: July 17, 2017.

17050104 and NPDES No. PA0256200. RES Coal LLC (224 Grange Hall Road, P.O. Box 228, Armagh, PA 15920). Permit boundary revision to add 2.9 acres on the eastern section and remove 2.9 acres from the southeast corner a bituminous surface and auger mine in Chest Township, Clearfield County affecting 295.9 acres. The revision also includes a stream variance. Receiving streams: North Camp Run classified for the following use(s): CWF. There are no potable water supply intakes within 10 miles downstream. Application received: July 19, 2017.

New Stanton District Office: 131 Broadview Road, New Stanton, PA 15672, 724-925-5500.

3473SM8 and NPDES Permit No. PA0200590. North Cambria Fuel Company (174 McKnight Road, Blairsville, PA 15717). Renewal application for continued treatment of an existing bituminous surface mine, located in Derry Township, Westmoreland County, affecting 15.5 acres. Receiving streams: Unnamed tributaries to Loyalhanna Creek, classified for the following use: WWF. There is no potable water supply intake within 10 miles downstream from the point of discharge. Renewal application received: July 28, 2017.

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

Permit No. 35970201R4. APHC II, Inc., (148 Adams Avenue, Scranton, PA 18503), renewal of an existing anthracite coal refuse reprocessing operation in the City of Scranton, Lackawanna County affecting 26.8 acres, receiving stream: Lackawanna River, classified for the following uses: cold water and migratory fishes. Application received: June 12, 2017.

Coal Applications Withdrawn

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

Permit No. 54150201 and PAM115001. Rausch Creek Land, LP, (978 Gap Street, Valley View, PA 17983), commencement, operation and restoration of an anthracite coal refuse reprocessing operation in Hegins Township, Schuylkill County affecting 34.22 acres, receiving streams: East and West Branch Rausch Creek. Application received: January 2, 2015. Application withdrawn: August 2, 2017.

Noncoal Applications Received

Effluent Limits—The following effluent limits will apply to NPDES permits issued in conjunction with a noncoal mining permit:

Table 2

30-day Daily Instantaneous
Parameter Average Maximum Maximum
Suspended solids 10 to 35 mg/l 20 to 70 mg/l 25 to 90 mg/l
Alkalinity exceeding acidity*
pH* greater than 6.0; less than 9.0
* The parameter is applicable at all times.

 A settleable solids instantaneous maximum limit of 0.5 ml/l applied to surface runoff resulting from a precipitation event of less than or equal to a 10-year 24-hour event. If coal will be extracted incidental to the extraction of noncoal minerals, at a minimum, the technology-based effluent limitations identified under coal applications will apply to discharges of wastewater to streams.

Cambria District Mining Office: 286 Industrial Park Road, Ebensburg, PA 15931, 814-472-1900.

Permit No. 28110301 and NPDES Permit No. PA0263176, David H. Martin Excavating, Inc., 4961 Cumberland Highway, Chambersburg, PA 17201, renewal of NPDES permit, Antrim Township, Franklin County. Receiving stream: unnamed tributaries to East Branch of the Conococheague Creek classified for the following use: warm water fishes. There are no potable water supply intakes within 10 miles downstream. Application received: July 26, 2017.

Permit No. 28172801, David H. Martin Excavating, Inc., 4961 Cumberland Highway, Chambersburg, PA 17202, commencement, operation and restoration of a small noncoal (industrial minerals) operation in Hamilton Township, Franklin County, affecting 5.0 acres, receiving streams: unnamed tributary to Back Creek and Rocky Spring Branch. Application received: July 28, 2017.

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

Permit No. 48170301 and NPDES Permit No. PA0225746. Lehigh Hanson ECC, Inc., (7660 Imperial Way, Allentown, PA 18195), commence, operation and restoration of a quarry operation in Nazareth Borough and Upper Nazareth Township, Northampton County (replacing SMP Nos. 7475SM5 and 7475SM10), affecting 277.4 acres, receiving streams: unnamed tributary to East Branch Monocacy Creek, classified for the following uses: HQ—cold water and migratory fishes and unnamed tributary to Schoeneck Creek, classified for the following uses: warm water and migratory fishes. Application received: July 17, 2017.

Permit No. 5276SM5C12 and NPDES No. PA0595217. Eureka Stone Quarry, Inc., (P.O. Box 249, Chalfont, PA 18914), renewal of NPDES Permit for discharge of treated mine drainage from a quarry operation in Dingman Township, Pike County affecting 202.3 acres, receiving stream: unnamed tributary to Sawkill Creek, classified for the following uses: EV—migratory fishes. Application received: July 18, 2017.

Permit No. 67070301C2 and NPDES No. PA0224600. Glen-Gery Corp., (1166 Spring Street, Wyomissing, PA 19610), renewal of NPDES Permit for discharge of treated mine drainage from a quarry operation in Dover Township, York County affecting 70.6 acres, receiving stream: Fox Run, classified for the following uses: trout stocking fishes and migratory fishes. Application received: July 20, 2017.

Permit No. 64170802 and NPDES No. PA0225720. Medved Quarry, LLC, (501 Pleasant Mount Drive, Forest City, PA 18421), commencement, operation and restoration of a bluestone quarry operation and NPDES permit for discharge of treated mine drainage in Mount Pleasant Township, Wayne County affecting 5.0 acres, receiving stream: West Branch Lackawaxen River, classified for the following uses: HQ—cold water fishes and migratory fishes. Application received: July 24, 2017

Permit No. 58172510 and NPDES No. PA0225738. Rock Lake, Inc., (3230 Creamton Drive, Lake Como, PA 18437), commencement, operation and restoration of a bluestone quarry operation and NPDES permit for discharge of treated mine drainage in New Milford Township, Susquehanna County affecting 5.79 acres, receiving stream: Wellmans Creek to Meylert Creek, classified for the following uses: HQ—cold water fishes and migratory fishes. Application received: July 24, 2017.

MINING ACTIVITY NPDES DRAFT PERMITS

 This notice provides information about applications for a new, amended or renewed NPDES permits associated with mining activity (coal or noncoal) permits. The applications concern industrial waste (mining) discharges to surface water and discharges of stormwater associated with mining activities. This notice is provided in accordance with 25 Pa. Code Chapters 91 and 92a and 40 CFR Part 122, implementing provisions of The Clean Streams Law (35 P.S. §§ 691.1—691.1001) and the Federal Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C.A. §§ 1251—1376).

 The Department of Environmental Protection (Department) has prepared a draft NPDES permit and made a tentative determination to issue the NPDES permit in conjunction with the associated mining activity permit.

Effluent Limits for Coal Mining Activities

 For coal mining activities, NPDES permits, when issued, will contain effluent limits that are the more stringent of technology-based (BAT) effluent limitations or Water Quality Based Effluent Limits (WQBEL).

 The BAT limits for coal mining activities, as provided in 40 CFR Part 434 and 25 Pa. Code Chapters 87—90 are as follows:

30-Day Daily Instantaneous
Parameter Average Maximum Maximum
Iron (Total) 3.0 mg/l 6.0 mg/l 7.0 mg/l
Manganese (Total) 2.0 mg/l 4.0 mg/l 5.0 mg/l
Suspended solids 35 mg/l 70 mg/l 90 mg/l
pH* greater than 6.0; less than 9.0
Alkalinity greater than acidity*
* The parameter is applicable at all times.

 A settleable solids instantaneous maximum limit of 0.5 ml/l applies to: surface runoff (resulting from a precipitation event of less than or equal to a 10-year 24-hour event) from active mining areas; active areas disturbed by coal refuse disposal activities; mined areas backfilled and revegetated; and all other discharges and drainage (resulting from a precipitation event of greater than 1-year 24-hour to less than or equal to a 10-year 24-hour event) from coal refuse disposal piles. Similarly, modified BAT limits apply to iron, manganese and suspended solids in surface runoff, discharges and drainage resulting from these precipitation events and those of greater magnitude in accordance with 25 Pa. Code §§ 87.102, 88.92, 88.187, 88.292, 89.52 and 90.102.

 Exceptions to BAT effluent limits may be applicable in accordance with 25 Pa. Code §§ 87.102, 88.92, 88.187, 88.292, 89.52 and 90.102.

Effluent Limits for Noncoal Mining Activities

 The limits for noncoal mining activities as provided in 25 Pa. Code Chapter 77 are pH 6 to 9 and other parameters the Department may require.

 Discharges from noncoal mines located in some geologic settings (for example, in the coal fields) may require additional water quality based effluent limits. If additional effluent limits are needed for an NPDES permit associated with a noncoal mining permit, then the permit description specifies the parameters.

 In addition to BAT or WQBEL limits, coal and noncoal NPDES permits establish effluent limitations in the form of implemented Best Management Practices (BMPs) identified in the associated Erosion and Sedimentation Plan, the Reclamation Plan and the NPDES permit application. These BMPs restrict the rates and quantities of associated pollutants from being discharged into surface waters in this Commonwealth.

 More restrictive effluent limitations, restrictions on discharge volume or restrictions on the extent of mining that may occur are incorporated into an NPDES permit when necessary for compliance with water quality standards and antidegradation requirements (in accordance with 25 Pa. Code Chapters 91—96).

 The procedures for determining the final effluent limits, using a mass-balance equation or model, are found in Technical Guidance Document 563-2112-115, Developing National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permits for Mining Activities. Other specific factors to be considered include public comments and Total Maximum Daily Load(s). Additional discharge limitations may apply in the event that unexpected discharges occur.

 Discharge rates for surface mining activities are precipitation driven. Discharge rates for proposed discharges associated with underground mining are noted in the permit description.

 Persons wishing to comment on an NPDES draft permit should submit a written statement to the Department at the address of the district mining office indicated before each draft permit within 30 days of this public notice. Comments received within the comment period will be considered in the final determinations regarding the NPDES permit applications. Comments must include the name, address and telephone number of the writer and a concise statement to inform the Department of the exact basis of a comment and the relevant facts upon which it is based.

 The Department will also accept requests or petitions for a public hearing on NPDES permit applications, as provided in 25 Pa. Code § 92a.82(d). The request or petition for a public hearing shall be filed within 30 days of this public notice and contain the name, address, telephone number and the interest of the party filing the request, and state the reasons why a hearing is warranted. A public hearing may be held if the Department considers the public interest significant. If a hearing is scheduled, a notice of the hearing on the NPDES permit application will be published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin and a newspaper of general circulation within the relevant geographical area. When a public hearing is held, the Department will consider comments from the public hearing in the final determination on the NPDES permit application.

Coal NPDES Draft Permits

Cambria District Mining Office: 286 Industrial Park Road, Ebensburg, PA 15931, 814-472-1900.

NPDES No. PA0262404 (Mining Permit No. 32070104), P&N Coal Company, Inc., 240 West Mahoning Street, P.O. Box 332, Punxsutawney, PA 15767, renewal of an NPDES permit for reclamation only activities with a degraded (manganese) Subchapter F sample point in Banks Township, Indiana County, affecting 140.0 acres. Receiving streams: unnamed tributaries to South Branch Bear Run; unnamed tributary to Cush Creek, and unnamed tributary to Brady Run, classified for the following use: Cold Water Fishes. This receiving stream is included in the Bear Run TMDL report. Application received: June 23, 2017.

 The outfall listed below discharges to unnamed tributary to South Branch Bear Run:

Outfall No. New Outfall (Y/N)
MP-1-Subchapter F sample point N

 The proposed effluent limits for the above listed outfall is as follows:

Table C1: Critical Values

Monitoring Point or Hydrologic Unit Net acidity
Lbs/day
Iron
Lbs/day
Manganese
Lbs/day
Aluminum
Lbs/day
MP1 214.43 14.59 * *

 * Under the provision of 25 Pa. Code § 87.207(b), the permittee has elected to comply with the effluent limits established in 25 Pa. Code § 87.102(a) Group A instead of a loading limit. The effluent limits in 25 Pa. Code § 87.102(a) shall apply at all times for this particular parameter.

 The critical values in Table C1 represent the 95% tolerance limit of the baseline pollution load calculated as part of Module 26.5(C).

Noncoal NPDES Draft Permits

Cambria District Mining Office: 286 Industrial Park Road, Ebensburg, PA 15931, 814-472-1900.

NPDES No. PA0263176 (Mining Permit No. 28110801), David H. Martin Excavating, Inc., 4961 Cumberland Highway, Chambersburg, PA 17201, renewal of an NPDES permit for a noncoal surface operation in Antrim Township, Franklin County, affecting 116.0 acres. Receiving streams: unnamed tributaries to Conococheague Creek, classified for the following use: warm water fishes. Application received: July 26, 2017.

 Unless otherwise noted for a specific outfall, the proposed effluent limits for all outfalls in this permit are the BAT limits described above for noncoal mining activities.

 The outfalls listed below discharge to unnamed tributaries to Conococheague Creek:

Outfall No. New Outfall (Y/N)
7001—Sediment Pond N
7002—Sediment Pond N
7003—Sediment Pond N
7004—Sediment Pond N
7005—Sediment Pond N
7006—Sediment Pond N
7007—Sediment Pond N
7008—Sediment Pond N

New Stanton District Office: 131 Broadview Road, New Stanton, PA 15672, 724-925-5500.

NPDES No. PA0200042 (Mining Permit No. 26840301), Norman Thomson, P.O. Box 10, Lemont Furnace, PA 15456, Revised NPDES permit for a noncoal surface mine in North Union, Fayette County, affecting 50.2 acres. Receiving stream(s): Cove Run classified for the following use(s): WWF. Application received: May 26, 2015.

 The treated wastewater outfall(s) listed below discharge to Cove Run:

Outfall Nos. New Outfall (Y/N) Type
001 N SW
002 N MDT

 The proposed effluent limits for the above listed outfall(s) are as follows:

Outfalls: 30-Day Daily Instant.
Parameter Average Maximum Maximum
Iron (mg/l) 1.5 3.0 3.7
Manganese (mg/l) 1.0 2.0 2.5
Aluminum (mg/l) 0.75 0.75 0.75
Total Suspended Solids (mg/l) 35 70 90
pH (S.U.): Must be between 6.0 and 9.0 standard units at all times.
Alkalinity must exceed acidity at all times.

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

NPDES Permit No. PA0595161 on Surface Mining Permit No. 7274SM1. Lehigh Asphalt Paving & Construction Co., (P.O. Box 549, Tamaqua, PA 18252), renewal of an NPDES Permit for a sandstone quarry operation in West Penn Township, Schuylkill County, affecting 97.0 acres. Receiving stream: unnamed tributary to Lizard Creek, classified for the following use: trout stock fishes. Application received: May 15, 2013.

 Unless otherwise noted for a specific outfall, the proposed effluent limits for all outfalls in this permit are BAT limits described above for noncoal mining activities.

 The outfalls listed below discharge to unnamed tributary to Lizard Creek.

Outfall No. New Outfall Y/N Type
001 No MDT/Groundwater Pit Sump
002 No Stormwater E&S
003 No Stormwater E&S
004 No Stormwater E&S
005 No Stormwater E&S

 The proposed effluent limits for the above listed outfall are as follows:

30-Day Daily Instantaneous
Parameter Minimum Average Maximum Maximum
pH1 (S.U.) 6.09.0
Total Suspended Solids 35.0 70.090.0
1 The parameter is applicable at all times.

NPDES Permit No. PA0009407 on Surface Mining Permit No. 7174SM1. Hempt Brothers, Inc. (205 Creek Road, Camp Hill, PA 17011), renewal of an NPDES Permit for a limestone quarry operation in Steelton Borough and Swatara Township, Dauphin County, affecting 213.3 acres. Receiving stream: Susquehanna River, classified for the following uses: warm water and migratory fishes. Application received: October 17, 2014.

 Unless otherwise noted for a specific outfall, the proposed effluent limits for all outfalls in this permit are BAT limits described above for noncoal mining activities.

 The outfall listed below discharge to Susquehanna River.

Outfall No.New Outfall Y/N Type
001 No MDT/Groundwater Pit Sump

 The proposed effluent limits for the above listed outfall are as follows:

30-Day DailyInstantaneous
ParameterMinimum AverageMaximumMaximum
pH1 (S.U.) 6.09.0
Total Suspended Solids 35.070.090.0
1 The parameter is applicable at all times.

NPDES Permit No. PA0223646 on Surface Mining Permit No. 38950301. H & K Group, Inc., (P.O. Box 196, Skippack, PA 19474), renewal of an NPDES Permit for a limestone quarry operation in Cornwall Borough, Lebanon County, affecting 175.5 acres. Receiving stream: unnamed tributary to Snitz Creek, classified for the following use: trout stocking fishes. Application received: March 7, 2016.

 Unless otherwise noted for a specific outfall, the proposed effluent limits for all outfalls in this permit are BAT limits described above for noncoal mining activities.

 The outfall listed below discharge to unnamed tributary to Snitz Creek.

Outfall No. New Outfall Y/N Type
001 No Stormwater/E&S

 The proposed effluent limits for the above listed outfall are as follows:

30-Day DailyInstantaneous
ParameterMinimum AverageMaximum Maximum
pH1 (S.U.) 6.0 9.0
Total Suspended Solids 35.070.090.0
1 The parameter is applicable at all times.

NPDES Permit No. PA0123544 on Surface Mining Permit No. 4874SM2. Pennsy Supply, Inc., (d/b/a Oldcastle Industrial Minerals, 550 South Biesecker Road, Thomasville, PA 17364), renewal of an NPDES Permit for a limestone quarry operation in Jackson Township, York County, affecting 214.8 acres. Receiving stream: Little Conewago Creek, classified for the following use: trout stocking fishes. Application received: July 22, 2016.

 Unless otherwise noted for a specific outfall, the proposed effluent limits for all outfalls in this permit are BAT limits described above for noncoal mining activities.

 The outfall listed below discharge to Little Conewago Creek.

Outfall No. New Outfall Y/N Type
001 No MDT/Groundwater-Pit Sump

 The proposed effluent limits for the above listed outfall are as follows:

30-Day DailyInstantaneous
Parameter Minimum Average Maximum Maximum
pH1 (S.U.) 6.09.0
Total Suspended Solids 35.0 70.0 90.0
1 The parameter is applicable at all times.

NPDES Permit No. PA0224065 on Surface Mining Permit No. 67000301. Pennsy Supply, Inc., (d/b/a Oldcastle Industrial Minerals, 550 South Biesecker Road, Thomasville, PA 17364), renewal of an NPDES Permit for a limestone quarry operation in Jackson Township, York County, affecting 288.75 acres. Receiving stream: Little Conewago Creek, classified for the following use: trout stocking fishes. Application received: August 18, 2016.

 Unless otherwise noted for a specific outfall, the proposed effluent limits for all outfalls in this permit are BAT limits described above for noncoal mining activities.

 The outfall listed below discharge to Little Conewago Creek.

Outfall No. New Outfall Y/N Type
002 No MDT-Groundwater/Pit Sump

 The proposed effluent limits for the above listed outfall are as follows:

30-Day DailyInstantaneous
Parameter Minimum Average Maximum Maximum
pH1 (S.U.)6.0 9.0
Total Suspended Solids 35.070.090.0
1 The parameter is applicable at all times.

NPDES Permit No. PA0595543 on Surface Mining Permit No. 38870301. Pennsy Supply, Inc., (P.O. Box 3331, Harrisburg, PA 17105), renewal of an NPDES Permit for a limestone quarry operation in Annville Borough; North Londonderry, North Annville and South Annville Townships, Lebanon County, affecting 1,064.5 acres. Receiving streams: Killinger and Quittapahilla Creeks, classified for the following use: trout stocking fishes. Application received: September 23, 2016.

 Unless otherwise noted for a specific outfall, the proposed effluent limits for all outfalls in this permit are BAT limits described above for noncoal mining activities.

 The outfalls listed below discharge to Killinger and Quittapahilla.

Outfall No.New Outfall Y/N Type
001 No MDT/Groundwater Pit Sumps
002 No MDT/Groundwater Pit Sumps
003 No MDT/Groundwater Pit Sumps
004 No MDT/Groundwater Pit Sumps
005 No Stormwater
006 No Stormwater/MDT Groundwater Pit Sump
007 No Stormwater/MDT Groundwater Pit Sump

 The proposed effluent limits for the above listed outfall are as follows:

30-Day DailyInstantaneous
Parameter Minimum Average Maximum Maximum
pH1 (S.U.) 6.0 9.0
Total Suspended Solids 35.070.0 90.0
1 The parameter is applicable at all times.

NPDES Permit No. PA0612049 on Surface Mining Permit No. 5475SM4. Glasgow, Inc., (P.O. Box 1089, Glenside, PA 19038), renewal of an NPDES Permit for an argillite quarry operation in Montgomery Township, Montgomery County, affecting 23.7 acres. Receiving stream: unnamed tributary to Little Neshaminy Creek, classified for the following uses: warm water and migratory fishes. Application received: March 27, 2017.

 Unless otherwise noted for a specific outfall, the proposed effluent limits for all outfalls in this permit are BAT limits described above for noncoal mining activities.

 The outfall listed below discharge to unnamed tributary to Neshaminy Creek.

Outfall No. New Outfall Y/N Type
001 No Pit Sump/Stormwater

 The proposed effluent limits for the above listed outfall are as follows:

30-Day DailyInstantaneous
Parameter Minimum Average Maximum Maximum
pH1 (S.U.)6.0 9.0
Total Suspended Solids 10.0120.0325.73
Discharge (MGD) 0.195 0.35
1 The parameter is applicable at all times.

FEDERAL WATER POLLUTION CONTROL ACT, SECTION 401

 The following permit applications, requests for Environmental Assessment approval and requests for 401 Water Quality Certification have been received by the Department. Section 401 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (FWPCA) (33 U.S.C.A. § 1341) requires the Commonwealth to certify that the involved projects will not violate the sections 301—303, 306 and 307 of the FWPCA (33 U.S.C.A. §§ 1311—1313, 1316 and 1317) as well as relevant State requirements. Persons objecting to approval of a request for certification under section 401 of the FWPCA, the issuance of a Dam Permit or Water Obstruction and Encroachment Permit or the approval of an Environmental Assessment shall submit comments, suggestions or objections within 30 days of the date of this notice as well as any questions to the office noted before an application. Comments should contain the name, address and telephone number of the person commenting, identification of the certification request to which the comments or objections are addressed and a concise statement of comments, objections or suggestions including the relevant facts upon which they are based.

 The Department may conduct a fact-finding hearing or an informal conference in response to comments if deemed necessary. Each individual will be notified, in writing, of the time and place of a scheduled hearing or conference concerning the certification request to which the comment, objection or suggestion relates. Maps, drawings and other data pertinent to the certification request are available for inspection between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. on working days at the office noted before the application.

 Persons with a disability who wish to attend the hearing and require an auxiliary aid, service or other accommodation to participate in the proceedings should contact the specified program. TDD users may contact the Department through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at (800) 654-5984.


Applications Received under the Dam Safety and Encroachments Act (32 P.S. §§ 693.1—693.27) and section 302 of the Flood Plain Management Act (32 P.S. § 679.302) and Requests for Certification under section 401(a) of the FWPCA.

WATER OBSTRUCTIONS AND ENCROACHMENTS

Southeast Region: Waterways and Wetlands Program Manager, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401, Telephone 484-250-5900.

E15-883. Eastern Shore Natural Gas Company, 1110 Forrest Avenue, Suite 201, Dover, DE 19904, 2017 Expansion Project, in West Sadsbury Township, Highland Township, Londonderry Township, Penn Township, New London Township, and Franklin Township, Chester County, ACOE Philadelphia District/ACOE Baltimore District.

 The proposed project consists of the installation of appurtenant structures and approximately 4.5 miles of 16-inch pipeline (Parkesburg Loop) beginning at Cemetery Road in Parkesburg, PA Quadrangle N: 39° 57` 46.23", W: 75° 56` 25.77" and ending at Limestone Road in Parkesburg, PA Quadrangle N: 39° 54` 9.81", W: 75° 54` 41.49"; approximately 7.3 miles of 24-inch pipeline (Jennersville Loop) beginning at Street Road in Oxford, PA Quadrangle N: 39° 51` 34.60", W: 75° 53` 24.37" and ending at Hess Mill Road in West Grove, PA Quadrangle N: 39° 46` 15.09", W: 75° 50` 46.74"; and approximately 1.7 mile of 24-inch pipeline (Fair Hill Loop) beginning at Walker Road in Newark West, DE-MD-PA Quadrangle N: 39° 44` 32.78", W: 75° 49` 51.66" and extending in to Maryland south of Elbow Lane in Newark West, DE-MD-PA Quadrangle N: 39° 43` 19.78", W: 75° 49` 1.61". The proposed project impacts in Chester County include temporary impacts to 75 linear feet of Valley Creek (CWF; MF), 166 linear feet of 1 unnamed tributary to Valley Creek (CWF; MF), 100 linear feet of Knight Run (TSF; MF), 374 linear feet of 5 unnamed tributaries to Knight Run (TSF; MF), 890 linear feet of 8 unnamed tributaries to East Branch Big Elk Creek (TSF, MF), 85 linear feet of West Branch White Clay Creek (TSF, MF), 502 linear feet of 8 unnamed tributaries to West Branch White Clay Creek (TSF, MF), and 104 linear feet of 2 unnamed tributaries to Big Elk Creek (HQ-TSF; MF); permanent impacts to 9 linear feet of Valley Creek (CWF; MF), 28 linear feet of 1 unnamed tributary to Valley Run (CWF; MF), 10 linear feet of Knight Run (TSF; MF), 23 linear feet of 3 unnamed tributaries to Knight Run (TSF; MF), 99 linear feet of 7 unnamed tributaries to East Branch Big Elk Creek (TSF, MF), 13 linear feet of West Branch White Clay Creek (TSF, MF), 34 linear feet of 7 unnamed tributaries to West Branch White Clay Creek, and 10 linear feet of 2 unnamed tributaries to Big Elk Creek (HQ-TSF; MF); 6.69 acres of temporary floodway impacts; 0.35 acre of permanent floodway impacts; 1.56 acre of temporary impacts to Palustrine Emergent (PEM), 0.02 acre of temporary impacts Palustrine Scrub-Shrub (PSS), 0.02 acre of temporary impacts to Palustrine Forested (PFO) wetlands; 0.14 acre of permanent impacts to PEM and 0.0001 acre permanent impacts to PFO wetlands. No Compensation is being proposed by the applicant for the proposed permanent project impacts in Chester County. The proposed project impacts in this permit application are associated with proposed project of 7 buried natural gas pipeline segments totaling approximately 40 miles in Chester County, PA; Cecil County, MD; and New Castle and Sussex Counties, Delaware.

E09-1012—Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, 7000 Geerdes Blvd. King of Prussia, PA 19406, Norristown Borough, Montgomery County, ACOE Philadelphia District.

 To perform the following water obstruction and encroachment activities associated with the SR 0001 Section RC1 Improvement Project. Specific water obstruction and encroachment are:

 1. To place fill associated with road widening and stream relocation within UNT to Poquessing Creek (WUS-25) (WWF-MF)

 2 To conduct grading work within the floodway in the Street Road intersection area for road widening and stream (WUS-25) relocation.

 3 To place fill associated within UNT to Neshaminy Creek (WUS M1 and M2) for the stream relocation and construction of the offsite stream and wetland mitigation.

 4 To encroach upon wetlands (WET M1 and M3) for the stream relocation and construction of the offsite stream and wetland mitigation.

 The project will permanently impact approximately 515 linear feet (4,248 sq. ft.) and temporarily impact 788 linear feet (6,079 sq. ft.) of watercourses associated with the road project and temporarily impact 1,398 linear feet (15,242 sq. ft.) of watercourses and permanently impact 0.307 acre (13,437 sq. ft.) of wetlands for offsite stream mitigation.

 The project extends from the S.R. 2037 (Old Lincoln Highway) signalized intersection north to the area just south of the S.R. 2044 (Rockhill Drive) interchange, and also includes the replacement of the Bristol Road overpass over S.R. 0001. Section RC1 includes the S.R. 0132 (Street Road) and PA Turnpike interchanges in Bensalem Township, Bucks County (Langhorne USGS Quadrangle, Latitude 40.128071; Longitude -74.964826).

EA15-017—Eastern Shore Natural Gas Company, 1110 Forrest Avenue, Suite 201, Dover, DE 19904. 2017 Expansion Project, in West Sadsbury, Highland, Londonderry, Penn, New London, and Franklin Townships, Chester County, ACOE Philadelphia District/ACOE Baltimore District.

 The proposed project consists of three sections referred to as the Parkesburg Loop, the Jennersville Loop and the Fair Hill Loop.

 The Parksburg Loop starts at Parkesburg, PA Quadrangle N: 39° 57` 46.23", W: 75° 56` 25.77" and ends at Parkesburg, PA Quadrangle N: 39° 54` 9.81", W: 75° 54` 41.49". The Parksburg Loop includes approximately 4.5 miles of 16" pipeline from an existing metering & regulator station along Cemetery Road southeast to tie-in to an existing pipeline east of Limestone Road (PA-10). The proposed Parkesburg Loop includes approximately 74.67 acres of earth disturbance; and impacts to 278 linear feet of Valley Creek and its unnamed tributaries, listed as Cold Water Fishery (CWF), 507 linear feet of Knight Run and its unnamed tributaries, listed as Trout Stocking Fishery (TSF), 2.07 acres of floodway, 0.09 acre of temporary Palustrine Emergent (PEM) wetland impacts, and 0.02 acre of permanent PEM wetland impacts.

 The Jennersville Loop starts at Oxford, PA Quadrangle N: 39° 51` 34.60", W: 75° 53` 24.37" and ends at West Grove, PA Quadrangle N: 39° 46` 15.09", W: 75° 50` 46.74". The Jennersville Loop includes approximately 7.3 miles of 24" pipeline from the existing Daleville Compressor Station southeast to tie-in to existing pipeline near the intersection of Hess Mill Road and Windgate Road. Work also includes upgrades to the existing Daleville Compressor Station. The proposed Jennersville Loop and upgrades to the existing Daleville Compressor Station includes approximately 93.44 acres of earth disturbance; and impacts to 989 linear feet of unnamed tributaries of East Branch Big Elk Creek, listed as TSF, 634 linear feet of West Branch White Clay Creek and its unnamed tributaries, listed as TSF, 4.58 acres of floodway, 1.30 acre of temporary PEM wetland impacts, 0.02 acre of temporary Palustrine Forested (PFO) wetland impacts, 0.02 acre of temporary Palustrine Scrub-Shrub (PSS) wetland impacts, 0.11 acre of permanent PEM wetland impacts, and 0.0001 acre of permanent PFO wetland impacts.

 The Fair Hill Loop starts at Newark West, DE-MD-PA Quadrangle N: 39° 44` 32.78", W: 75° 49` 51.66" and ends at Newark West, DE-MD-PA Quadrangle N: 39° 43` 19.78", W: 75° 49` 1.61". The Fair Hill Loop includes approximately 1.7 mile of 24" pipeline from an existing valve cluster near Walker Road and continues south to the Maryland State Border. The proposed Fair Hill Loop includes approximately 21.93 acres of earth disturbance; and impacts to 114 linear feet of unnamed tributaries of Big Elk Creek, listed High Quality Trout Stocking Fishery (HQ-TSF), 0.39 acre of floodway, 0.17 acre of temporary PEM wetland impacts, and 0.01 acre of permanent PEM wetland impacts.

 The proposed project will result in temporary impacts to 2,804 linear feet of streams, permanent impacts to 228 linear feet of streams, temporary impacts to 1.60 acre of nontidal wetlands, and permanent impacts to 0.14 acre of nontidal wetlands.

 The applicant is requesting a State water quality certification as required by Section 401 of the Clean Water Act in support of its Federal application to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to install and maintain the aforementioned pipeline for the purpose of transporting natural gas.

 Any State water quality certification issued by DEP will include conditions requiring the applicant prior to construction to obtain all State permits and authorizations and to implement any other measures appropriate to ensure compliance with State water quality standards and the antidegradation requirements in Chapter 93.

 For more detailed information regarding the request for State water quality certification related to this proposed project, which is available in the DEP regional office, please contact the Southeast Regional Office Records Management Department at 484-250-5910 to request a file review.

Northeast Region: Waterways and Wetlands Program Manager, 2 Public Square, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701-1915, Telephone 570-826-2511.

E04-366. JoPa Development, LLC d/b/a River Harbour Marina, 501 Steel Street, Aliquippa, PA 15001, in Bridgewater Borough, Beaver County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District.

 To construct and maintain a 300-foot-long by 8-foot-wide metal framed dock and access ramp which will be supported by 4 piles driven into the bed of the Beaver River. The project will also include the removal of an existing dock that was previously authorized under a General Permit. The project is located approximately 330 feet east of intersection of Wolf Lane and Market Street along the Beaver River (WWF; N) (Beaver, PA Quadrangle, Latitude: 40°41`55.55"; Longitude: -80°17`26.14").

E02-1739. Independence Excavating, Inc., 3826 Saxonburg Boulevard, Cheswick, PA 15024, in Indiana Township, Allegheny County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District.

 To maintain fill in 0.09 acre of (PEM) wetlands for constructing a new office building and associated parking area within the Deer Creek Watershed (CWF). The permittee is required to construct 10,000 sq feet (0.22 acre) of replacement wetlands. The project is located approximately 1,775 feet east of the Pennsylvania Turnpike (76) along Saxonburg Road within the Deer Creek Watershed (CWF) (Glenshaw & New Kensington, PA Quadrangle, Latitude: 40°35`15"; Longitude: -79°52`22").

E02-1315-A1. Millvale Borough, 501 Lincoln Avenue, Millvale, PA 15209, in Millvale Borough, Allegheny County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Pittsburgh District.

 To amend Permit No. E02-1315 to upgrade and replace the existing dock with a new dock and supporting structure. The new dock will be 10 feet wide and approximately 247 feet long, requiring 10, 12-inch-diameter, 40-foot-long steel piles driven into the riverbed to anchor the dock in place. The new dock will have a 20-foot-long by 40-foot-wide aluminum framed access ramp equipped with marine-grade polyethylene plastic flotation and decking. The new ramp will be anchored to the existing steel hinges and concrete structure on shore. The project is located approximately 2,150 feet upstream of the 31st Street Bridge along the back channel of Herrs Island of the Allegheny River (WWF; N) (Pittsburgh East, PA Quadrangle, Latitude: 40°28`9.35"; Longitude: -79°58`29.22").

E66-165. Department of Transportation, Engineering District 4-0, 55 Keystone Industrial Park, Dunmore, PA 18512, Lemon Township, Wyoming County, Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District.

 To remove the existing structure and to construct and maintain a 31.6-foot wide, single-span prestressed concrete spread box beam bridge across Meshoppen Creek having a 67.4-foot span and a 13-foot approximate underclearance.

 The project is located at S.R. 1009, Segment 0120, Offset 1484, (Springville, PA Quadrangle, Latitude: 41° 38` 24.71" N; Longitude: -75° 56` 10.58"W) in Lemon Township, Wyoming County.

E40-799. Department of Transportation, Engineering District 4-0, 55 Keystone Industrial Park, Dunmore, PA 18512, Butler Township, Luzerne County, Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District.

 To remove the existing structure and to construct and maintain a 33.2-foot wide, single-span prestressed concreted spread box beam bridge across Little Nescopeck Creek having a 30-foot span and a 7-foot approximate underclearance.

 The project is located at S.R. 3021, Segment 0030, Offset 2871, (Freeland, PA Quadrangle, Latitude: 41° 00` 25.71" N; Longitude: -75° 59` 58.74"W) in Butler Township, Luzerne County.

F40-028. City of Pittston, 35 Broad Street, Pittston, PA 18640, in City of Pittston, Luzerne County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District.

 To demolish and remove structures located on the following site in the floodplain of the Susquehanna River. Site will be restored to open space. Site is located in the City of Pittston, Luzerne County.

 1. 100 Benedict Street (Pittston, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.326539°; Longitude: -75.795528°).

F40-029. Conyngham Township, 10 Pond Hill Road, Mocanaqua, PA 18655, in Conyngham Township, Luzerne County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District.

 To demolish and remove structures located on the following sites in the floodplain of the Susquehanna River. Sites will be restored to open space. Sites are located in Conyngham Township, Luzerne County.

 1. 2 Main Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.147675°; Longitude: -76.144883°)

 2. 64 Main Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.144806°; Longitude: -76.143347°)

 3. 58 Italy Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.140772°; Longitude: -76.141328°)

 4. 56 Italy Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.140772°; Longitude: -76.141328°)

 5. 27 Railroad Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.143933°; Longitude: -76.143567°)

 6. 25 Railroad Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.143933°; Longitude: -76.143567°)

 7. 2 Park Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.137664°; Longitude: -76.1398°)

 8. 21-23 Railroad Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.144233°; Longitude: -76.143761°)

 9. 104 Italy Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.138914°; Longitude: -76.140489°)

 10. 11 Main Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.146656°; Longitude: -76.1449°)

 11. 12 Main Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.146656°; Longitude: -76.1449°)

 12. River Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.139483°; Longitude: -76.1419°)

 13. 35-37 Italy Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.141242°; Longitude: -76.142119°)

 14. 100-102 Italy Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.139053°; Longitude: -76.140528°)

 15. 39-41 Italy Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.141108°; Longitude: -76.142039°)

 16. 96-98 Italy Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.139169°; Longitude: -76.140622°)

 17. 137 1/2 River Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.139994°; Longitude: -76.142086°)

 18. 139 1/2 River Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.140067°; Longitude: -76.142153°)

 19. 138 1/2 River Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.139875°; Longitude: -76.142247°)

 20. 95-97 Italy Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.139069°; Longitude: -76.141006°)

 21. 106 Italy Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.138731°; Longitude: -76.140314°)

 22. 119 Italy Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.137972°; Longitude: -76.14°)

F40-030. City of Pittston, 35 Broad Street, Pittston, PA 18640, in City of Pittston, Luzerne County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District.

 To demolish and remove structures located on the following site in the floodplain of the Susquehanna River. Site will be restored to open space. Site is located in the City of Pittston, Luzerne County.

 1. 101 Towpath Court (Pittston, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.334933°; Longitude: -75.787453°).

F40-031. Nescopeck Borough, 501 Raber Avenue, Nescopeck, PA 18635, in Nescopeck Borough, Luzerne County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District.

 To demolish and remove structures located on the following site in the floodplain of the Susquehanna River. Site will be restored to open space. Site is located in Nescopeck Borough, Luzerne County.

 1. 331 Cooper Street (Berwick, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.050981°; Longitude: -76.226125°).

F40-032. Shickshinny Borough, 35 West Union Street, Shickshinny, PA 18655, in Shickshinny Borough, Luzerne County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District.

 To demolish and remove structures located on the following sites in the floodplain of the Susquehanna River. Sites will be restored to open space. Sites are located in Shickshinny Borough, Luzerne County.

 1. 53 North Main Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.15475°; Longitude: -76.148608°)

 2. 10 South Main Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.152878°; Longitude: -76.150447°)

 3. 43 West Union Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.153553°; Longitude: -76.151978°)

 4. 66 Susquehanna Avenue (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.154869°; Longitude: -76.1478°)

 5. 42 North Main Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.154592°; Longitude: -76.149394°)

 6. 106 Susquehanna Avenue (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.155947°; Longitude: -76.147006°)

 7. 179 North Main Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.158992°; Longitude: -76.144825°)

 8. 15 East Union Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.152775°; Longitude: -76.1497°)

 9. 22 West Union Street (Shickshinny, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.153556°; Longitude: -76.150944°)

F40-033. West Pittston Borough, 555 Exeter Avenue, West Pittston, PA 18643, in West Pittston Borough, Luzerne County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District.

 To demolish and remove structures located on the following sites in the floodplain of the Susquehanna River. Sites will be restored to open space. Sites are located in West Pittston Borough, Luzerne County.

 1. 1300 Susquehanna Avenue (Pittston, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.322656°; Longitude: -75.800761°)

 2. 16 Atlantic Avenue (Pittston, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.323197°; Longitude: -75.800183°)

 3. 19 Philadelphia Avenue (Pittston, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.323608°; Longitude: -75.800289°)

 4. 35 Lacoe Street (Pittston, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.328096°; Longitude: -75.793284°)

 5. 18 Montgomery Street (Pittston, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.325511°; Longitude: -75.797194°)

F40-034. Nescopeck Township, P.O. Box 314, Nescopeck, PA 18635, in Nescopeck Township, Luzerne County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District.

 To demolish and remove structures located on the following sites in the floodplain of the Susquehanna River. Sites will be restored to open space. Sites are located in Nescopeck Township, Luzerne County.

 1. 574 River Road (Berwick, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.062280°; Longitude: -76.154982°)

 2. River Road (Berwick, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.06415°; Longitude: -76.148372°)

F40-035. Plymouth Township, 925 Main Street, Plymouth, PA 18651, in Plymouth Township, Luzerne County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District.

 To demolish and remove structures located on the following site in the floodplain of the Susquehanna River. Site will be restored to open space. Site is located in Plymouth Township, Luzerne County.

 1. 1084-1086 West Main Street (Wilkes-Barre West, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.228633°; Longitude: -75.971869°)

F40-036. Jenkins Township, 46 1/2 Main Road, Jenkins Township, PA 18640, in Jenkins Township, Luzerne County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District.

 To demolish and remove structures located on the following sites in the floodplain of the Susquehanna River. Sites will be restored to open space. Sites are located in Jenkins Township, Luzerne County.

 1. 1633 River Road (Pittston, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.303647°; Longitude: -75.827717°)

 2. 1495 River Road (Pittston, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.306578°; Longitude: -75.823056°)

 3. 1485 River Road (Pittston, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.307144°; Longitude: -75.821928°)

 4. 1657 River Road (Pittston, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.302919°; Longitude: -75.828928°)

 5. 15 Turner Street (Pittston, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.302647°; Longitude: -75.828053°)

F40-037. Plains Township, 126 North Main Street, Plains, PA 18705, in Plains Township, Luzerne County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District.

 To demolish and remove structures located on the following site in the floodplain of the Susquehanna River. Site will be restored to open space. Site is located in Plains Township, Luzerne County.

 1. 171 Courtright Street (Pittston, PA Quadrangle Latitude: 41.290269°; Longitude: -75.848864°)

Southcentral Region: Waterways & Wetlands Program, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110, Ed Muzic, Section Chief, 717.705.4802.

E21-462: Rider Musser Development, LLC, 5 Kacey Court, Suite 203, Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, 17055 in Upper Allen Township, Adams County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District.

 To install and maintain: 1) a 78 foot long, 72 inch diameter, High Density Polyethylene Pipe, depressed 6 inches, with concrete endwalls and riprap scour protection, 2) 110 lineal feet of 2 inch diameter Polyvinyl Chloride Electrical Conduit, 3) 110 lineal feet of 2 inch diameter Polyvinyl Chloride Cable Conduit, 4) 110 lineal feet of 2 inch diameter Polyvinyl Chloride Telephone Conduit, 110 lineal feet of 2 inch diameter Polyvinyl Chloride Electrical Conduit, 5) 110 lineal feet of 6 inch diameter ductile iron water pipe, 6) 135 lineal feet of 8 inch diameter High Density Polyethylene Storm Sewer Pipe, 7) Two, 15-inch diameter outfalls with concrete endwall and riprap scour protection. All the impacts listed are in the floodway or under an unnamed tributary to the Yellow Breeches Creek (CWF, MF) (Latitude: 40.1674, Longitude: -76.9924). No wetland impacts are proposed.

E22-637: Hershey Entertainment & Resorts Company, 300 Park Boulevard, Hershey, PA 17033 in Derry Township, Dauphin County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District.

 1) To install and maintain approximately 1,418 square feet of queue line relocated and replaced adjacent to the existing 1,368 square foot queue line of the Sooper Dooper Looper attraction; and 2) to install and maintain an approximately 30 square foot chair lift structure adjacent to the Trailblazer attraction in the floodway and floodplain of Spring Creek (WWF, MF) (Latitude: 40°17`11", Longitude: -76°39`11") for the purpose of improving guest accessibility. No wetlands will be impacted by this project.

E67-934: Southern York County School District, 3280 Fissels Church Road, P.O. Box 128, Glen Rock, PA 17327 in Shrewsbury Township, York County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District.

 To construct and maintain 1.) replace an existing culvert and install 75 feet of 24-inch HDPE pipe and associated end walls permanently impacting approximately 380 square feet of an unnamed tributary to Centerville Creek and its floodway, 2.) remove approximately 200 feet of failed culvert and convert to a natural open channel, 3.) install approximately 150 feet of bypass channel around an existing pond impacting 2,990 square feet of wetland, 4.) install 30 feet of 24-inch pipe beneath an existing driveway impacting 46 square feet of wetland, 5.) install 60 feet of 24-inch pipe which outlets into the existing pond for the purpose of remediating storm water issues from school district improvements (Latitude: 40°20`12.7224" N; Longitude: 77°35`57.1634"). Total wetland impacts are approximately 0.18 of an acre.

E05-391: Hopewell Township, 2759 Raystown Road, Hopewell, PA 16650 in Hopewell Township, Bedford County, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Baltimore District.

 To construct and maintain 1) a 330-foot long, 8-inch PVC gravity main pipe, thru an Exceptional Value (EV) Palustrine Emergent (PEM) wetland and an unnamed tributary to Yellow Creek (HQ-CWF, MF), permanently impacting 0.030 acre of the PEM wetland, and permanently impacting 20-foot of stream and 80-foot of floodway; 2) a 316-foot long, 3-inch PVC pressure sewer main pipe, thru an EV PEM wetland and an unnamed tributary to Yellow Creek (HQ-CWF, MF), permanently impacting 0.030 acre of the PEM wetland, and permanently impacting 12-foot of stream and 48-foot of floodway; The project is located at the intersection of SR 0026 and SR 0036 in the village of Cottles Corner; (Latitude: 40°08`18", Longitude: -78°20`26") in Hopewell Township, Bedford County. The permanent wetland impacts are not proposed to lose wetland acreage and no wetland replacement is proposed. The purpose of the project is to maintain and continue to operate wastewater collection systems in areas of Yellow Creek, Tatesville and Sunnyside.

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

E6629-026: Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, 2000 Park Lane, Suite 300, Pittsburgh, PA 15275, Eaton Township, Wyoming County, ACOE Baltimore District.

 To construct, operate and maintain the Bowman Creek at Masters Surface Water Withdrawal, which consists of two (2) floating intake suction strainers that will impact 600 square feet of Bowman Creek (HQ-CWF) (Tunkhannock, PA Quadrangle, Latitude: N41°31`02.92", Longitude: W75°57`28.67") for Marcellus shale development

E5929-072: HEP Tioga Gathering, LLC, 16211 La Cantera Parkway, Suite 202, San Antonio, TX 78256, Liberty Township, Tioga County, ACOE Baltimore District.

 To construct, operate, and maintain:

 1) A temporary road crossing using timber mats, a 16 inch diameter natural gas pipeline, and a 16 inch diameter waterline impacting 54 linear feet of an unnamed tributary to Little Fall Creek (EV) (Liberty, PA Quadrangle 41°35`48"N, 77°11`53"W);

 2) A temporary road crossing using timber mats, a 16 inch diameter natural gas pipeline, and a 16 inch diameter waterline impacting 602 square feet of an exceptional value palustrine emergent (EV-PEM) (Liberty, PA Quadrangle 41°35`54"N, 77°11`43"W);

 3) A temporary road crossing using timber mats, a 16 inch diameter natural gas pipeline, and a 16 inch diameter waterline impacting 450 square feet of an exceptional value palustrine emergent (EV-PEM) wetland (CWF) (Liberty, PA Quadrangle 41°36`24"N, 77°11`20"W).

 The project will result in 54 linear feet of temporary stream impacts and 1,052 square feet (0.02 acre) of temporary wetland impacts all for the purpose of installing a natural gas gathering line in Liberty Township, Tioga County.

EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PERMITS

 The following parties have applied for Erosion and Sediment Control Permits for earth disturbance activities associated with either road maintenance or timber harvesting operations.

 Unless otherwise indicated, on the basis of preliminary review and application of lawful standards and regulations, the Department proposes to issue a permit to discharge, subject to certain limitations in the permit conditions. These proposed determinations are tentative. Limitations are provided as erosion and sediment control best management practices which restrict the rate and quantity of sediment discharged.

 A person wishing to comment on a proposed permit are invited to submit a statement to the appropriate Department regional office listed before the application within 30 days of this public notice. Comments reviewed within this 30-day period will be considered in the formulation of the final determinations regarding this application. Responses should include the name, address and telephone number of the writer and a concise statement to inform the Department of the exact basis of a comment and relevant facts upon which it is based. A public hearing may be held after consideration of comments received by the appropriate Department regional office during the 30-day public comment period.

 Following the 30-day comment period, the appropriate regional office water management program manager will make a final determination regarding the proposed permit. Notice of this determination will be published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin at which time this determination may be appealed to the Environmental Hearing Board (Board).

 The application and related documents, including the erosion and sediment control plan for the earth disturbance activity, are on file and may be inspected at the appropriate regional office.

 Persons with a disability that require an auxiliary aid, service or other accommodation to participate during the 30-day public comment period should contact the specified regional office. TDD users may contact the Department through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at (800) 654-5984.


Applications received under sections 5 and 402 of The Clean Streams Law (35 P.S. §§ 691.5 and 691.402)

Southwest Region: Oil and Gas Management Program Manager 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh PA, 15222.

E65-07-009: Apex Energy LLC, 6041 Wallace Road Extension, Suite 100 Wexford, PA 15090-7383, Salem Township, Westmoreland County, ACOE Pittsburgh District.

 The project is located within the Slickville USGS 7 1/2 Minute Quadrangle Map.

 Apex Energy LLC. is proposing to install the Faulk Well Pad—State Mine Road Entrance Project which includes the widening of the existing entrance to State Mine Road to provide access to a new natural gas well pad. The widening of the entrance is required to enable construction vehicles to enter State Mine Road without crossing the opposite lane of traffic. The work will include widening the entrance of State Mine Road from Trees Mill Road, which will require installation of a new section of culvert within UNT 1 to Beaver Run (40° 25` 57.702" N, 79° 32` 42.243" W) under State Mine Road.

 The new section of culvert will connect two existing culvert. A 78-foot, 30 inch diameter corrugated plastic culvert will be placed within UNT 1 to Beaver Run. The project is a Joint Permit Application due to the new culvert connecting the existing culverts to create a stream enclosure.

 All the following stream will be impacted by the culvert mentioned above:

Stream Crossings Latitude/Longitude Area of Impact
Intermittent Stream 1 UNT 1 to Beaver Run (HQ-CWF) 40.4296N, -79.5457W Temporary: 4,501. (0.103 ac)
Permanent: 4,561 ln. ft. (0.104 ac)

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