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NJDEP Online will be unavailable due to scheduled maintenance on Saturday, February 24th, 2018 from approximately 5:30 AM EST to 5:00 AM EST on Sunday, February 25th, 2018. We appreciate your patience and apologize for the inconvenience.


Notice to Land Use Users: Based on Coastal Zone Management Rules (N.J.A.C. 7:7) amendments adopted on January 16, 2018, the fee for the Coastal General Permit 15 Permit-by-Certification and the Coastal General Permit 10 Permit-by-Certification is now $1000.00.


NOTICE:

The Division of Air Quality is announcing a new General Permit (GP-004B) for "Fuel Dispensing Facility Equipped with a Phase I Vapor Recovery Control System." This general permit is created for:

  • A new fuel dispensing facility;
  • An existing fuel dispensing facility equipped with only Phase I vapor recovery control system; or
  • An existing fuel dispensing facility after decommissioning of Phase II vapor recovery control system.

Equipment currently registered under GP-004A; Marinas (FD-4A-1), Airports (FD-4A-2) and Gasoline Dispensing Facilities Equipped with Phase I Only (FD-4B-3) can continue to operate until:

  • The registrant's current general permit expiration date, before which time the registrant must register for authorization under GP-004B, as applicable, or apply for and receive approval for a source-specific permit and certificate for continued operation of the equipment; or
  • Storage Tank(s) replaced or modified, before which time the registrant must register for authorization under GP-004B, as applicable, or apply for and receive approval for a source specific permit and certificate prior to operation of the replaced or modified equipment.

Equipment currently registered under GP-004A, Gasoline Dispensing Facilities Equipped with Phase II (FD-4A-4) can continue to operate until:

  • The registrant decommissions the system. The decommission of GDF equipped with non-compatible Phase II system (ex. Vacuum Assist) should be done before December 23, 2020.

To view the requirements of any General Permit, go to http://www.nj.gov/dep/aqpp/gp.html. To register for an available General Permit, click on the Online Application hyperlink under the General Permit and follow the directions.

The Notice of Availability is scheduled to be published in the January 16, 2018 issue of the New Jersey Register. This new General Permit will be available on or after January 16, 2018.


NOTICE:

The Division of Air Quality is announcing a new General Permit (GP-016A) for "Manufacturing and Materials Handling Equipment each with a potential to emit (PTE) less than the reporting threshold for each air contaminant." This general permit is replacing the current general permit (GP-002) Confined Abrasive Blasting Equipment, (GP-003) Woodworking Equipment and (GP-016) Small Emitter General Air Permit - SEGAP.

Equipment currently registered under GP-002, GP-003 and GP-016 can continue to operate until:

  • The registrant's current general permit expiration date, before which time the registrant must register for authorization under GP-016A, as applicable, or apply for and receive approval for a source-specific permit and certificate for continued operation of the equipment; or
  • Manufacturing and Materials Handling Equipment replaced or modified, before which time the registrant must register for authorization under GP-016A, as applicable, or apply for and receive approval for a source specific permit and certificate prior to operation of the replaced or modified equipment.

To view the requirements of any General Permit, go to http://www.nj.gov/dep/aqpp/gp.html. To register for an available General Permit, click on the Online Application hyperlink under the General Permit and follow the directions.

The Notice of Availability is scheduled to be published in the December 4, 2017 issue of the New Jersey Register. This new general permit will be available on or after December 4, 2017.


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