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How the States are Treating DTL Fueling under the Clean Water Act

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We asked every state: If direct-to locomotive (DTL) fueling is the only potentially polluting activity that occurs at a rail facility, would your state require a NOI/ SWPPP under the Clean Water Act to cover that facility? Here is how each state responded.

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How the States are Treating DTL Fueling under the Clean Water Act

  1. 1. DTL Fueling: To Permit or Not To Permit: How the States are Treating DTL Fueling under the Clean Water Act WE ASKED EACH STATE: If direct-to locomotive (DTL) fueling is the only potentially polluting activity that occurs at a rail facility, would your state require a NOI/SWPPP under the Clean Water Act to cover that facility ? HERE IS HOW THE STATES RESPONDED: Permit NOT Required Permit Required by EPA No Position PRESENTED BY: Ricki Norris Genesee & Wyoming Railroad Services, Inc. Peter T. Masson Antea Group Permit Required

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