Epa Memorandum Of Agreement

B. OEB concludes this agreement under the control of CERCLA and under the EPO 1-11 General Delegation. MDE concludes this agreement under the control of Title 7, subtitles 2 and 5, Article Environment, Annotated Code of Maryland (1996). 5) is the subject of the EPA/Maryland deferral program; in a 1993 agreement between MDE and EPO Region III, which allows Maryland to clean up contaminated sites that might otherwise be included in the Confederation`s NPL and/or A CERCLA. The Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (Region III) have reached an agreement to define the roles and responsibilities of Region III and MDE with respect to activities under Title 7, Subtitles 2 – Controlled Hazardous Substances and House Bill 409 and Senate Bill 340 (“Subtitle 5 – Voluntary Cleanup Program”) of the Environment Article, Annotated Code of Maryland (1996), and to promote the re-utilization of contaminated properties. A. This agreement was developed through cooperation and mutual agreement between Region III and the MDE region. This agreement is neither CEPOL`s approval nor funding of the MDE program. 4) goes through the location survey and scores more than 28.5 points with the “pre-score” method of the cercla hazard ranking system (NPL caliber site); Has. Each year, MDE will report to Region III: 3) the identification of sites where MDE did not provide other requirements in the previous year. 1) require officials to examine and clean up sites where hazardous substances have appeared or may appear; 1.

the number and identification of websites that are addressed in all categories of the MDE`s national super-fund programme; 2) is the subject of a federal decision or other enforcement action under the CERCLA; D. Nothing in this agreement limits or limits the authority or ability of the MDE to take appropriate action in a place where dangerous substances exist or where the spread of hazardous substances is likely to take place. On August 24, 2012, the EPO Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance and the Office of Water distributed review documents for the existing State Memorandums/EPA of Agreement C. Nothing in this agreement limits the EPO`s ability to collect data and information or to ask private parties to provide information on a site where hazardous substances can be established. B. MDE is for sites that release hazardous substances in accordance with Title 7 of Article 7 of the Environmental Article. In accordance with Title 7, subtitle 2, the MDE has the authority to require owners and other officials to investigate and rehabilitate sites where releases of hazardous substances have occurred or may occur. Under Title 7, subtitle 5, MDE is also authorized to implement a voluntary rehabilitation program to promote the voluntary rehabilitation of areas underexploited by responsible parties and potential buyers, to define the necessary remediation measures and not to require further letter of requirement in accordance with Section 7-506 (B) (3) of the Environmental Section (`no further letter of requirement`) where it is not necessary Remediation or a certificate of completion in accordance with Section 7-511 of the Environmental Section (`certificate of completion`), where cleaning protects public health and the environment is not necessary; which have limitations on liability.