Wastewater systems category: Environmental Quality Board study of mandatory threshold levels for environmental review
Extent: 4 p., 65.8 KB, PDF
Summary of rationale and possible changes to the wastewater systems mandatory category for environmental review
Date: November 18, 2004
Subject(s): Environmental policy; Environmental assessment; Water policy; Economic development; Waste water treatment
Contributor: Tim Scherkenbach
Publisher: Minnesota Department of Administration
Alternative resource record formats: XML | MARC record (for inclusion in library catalogs)
At its January 2004 meeting, the Environmental Quality Board asked its staff to examine the mandatory category threshold levels in the environmental review rules (Mn Rules parts 4410.4300 and 4410.4400). The Board wanted to know if the thresholds are still appropriately placed to balance environmental protection and public benefit with administrative burden.
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