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Clinical trials Agreement of parent(s) or guardian to the participation of a child or ward in research Medical communication A formal writ from an author and/or publisher allowing re-use of previously published information
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Wenatchee; mechanical permit for replacing existing fire alarm system.
Between January and April, builders across the state pulled permits for 59,950 units, the vast majority of them -- 41,026 -- single-family homes.
However, the government agencies that issue permits do consider them, in great detail.
The silos are completely off the permit boundary, and coal dust is filtering inside the school.
Track machines also have fewer permit regulations than wheeled machines, as they are treated more like contractors' equipment than quarrying equipment," says Williamson.
A compliance certification submitted with a Title V permit application or under a Title V permit may have been based on an old emission factor.
In terms of semiannual reports, the permittee has to submit written reports of any failure to meet an applicable emission limitation or standard contained in the permit and/or any failure to comply with or complete a work practice standard or requirement contained in the permit otherwise not reported in accordance with conditions.
The basic steps are: identify the need for a permit, conduct air testing, train employees, prevent unauthorized entrance, and monitor program use.
Agency (EPA) today issued a Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) permit to Inter-Power for its proposed Halfmoon Cogeneration Project (HCP) in Halfmoon, N.
One of the guys who wanted to collect for us needed 3 1/2 days to get a permit, and when the permit was issued, it was for an area where the product didn't even grow.
at the outset of the program would be impractical, the Agency is proposing to defer permit requirements for "non-major" pollution sources for five years.
As Ted Johnson, vice president, Bentley Civil, explained, "CWB, working with the West Virginia DOT, has successfully implemented the first hosted permit issuance application on the GotPermits Web site.