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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Agency 25. State Water Control Board
1/25/2020

Chapter 20. Fees for Permits and CertificatesRead Chapter

Section 10
Definitions
Section 20
Purpose
Section 30
[Repealed]
Section 40
Applicability
Section 50
Exemptions
Section 60
Due dates
Section 70
Method of payment
Section 80
Incomplete payments and late payments
Section 90
Deposit and use of fees
Section 100
General
Section 110
Fee schedules for individual VPDES and VPA new permit issuance, and individual VWP, SWW and GWW new permit issuance and existing permit reissuance
Section 120
Fee schedules for major modification of individual permits or certificates requested by the permit or certificates holder
Section 130
Fees for filing registration statements or applications for general permits issued by the board
Section 140
[Repealed]
Section 142
Permit maintenance fees
Section 145
Discounted permit maintenance fees for Environmental Excellence Program participants
Section 146
Established fees
Section 147
Records and reports
Section 148
Reimbursable local monitoring costs
Section 149
Reimbursement of local monitoring costs
Section 150
Delegation of authority
FORMS
FORMS (9VAC25-20)

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