We work with municipalities and the construction industry to ensure construction best practices keep soil where it belongs, on land and out of Pennsylvania’s streams.
Browse through the links below to find the specific permit you need, and don't hesitate to reach out to our knowledgeable staff members for any assistance or guidance.
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Chapter 102 Erosion Control requires a General NPDES Permit or an Individual NPDES Permit when a person proposes to disturb one or more acres during the duration of an earth disturbance activity.
Chapter 102 requires written E&S Plans for activities that disturb 5,000 square feet. Reviewed and approved E&S plans are required for 105 permitted activities. Many municipalities require reviewed and approved E&S plans under local ordinances.
Chapter 105 requires persons proposing obstructions or encroachments to streams, their 100-year floodways, wetlands or other bodies of water, to first obtain a written permit.
Chapter 102 requires written E&S Plans for activities that disturb 5,000 square feet, including timber harvests. These review fees apply to projects proposing earth disturbance associated with timber harvest activities.