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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Title 9. Environment
Agency 25. State Water Control Board
11/26/2020

Chapter 210. Virginia Water Protection Permit Program RegulationRead Chapter

  • Part V. Surface Water WithdrawalsRead all
  • Section 300
    Definitions for surface water withdrawals
    Section 310
    Exclusions from permits for surface water withdrawals
    Section 320
    Preapplication procedures for new or expanded surface water withdrawals
    Section 330
    Coordinated review with the Virginia Marine Resources Commission on applications for surface water withdrawals
    Section 340
    Application requirements for surface water withdrawals
    Section 350
    Duty to reapply for a permit for a continuation of a surface water withdrawal
    Section 360
    Evaluation of project alternatives for surface water withdrawals
    Section 370
    VWP permit conditions applicable to surface water withdrawal permits
    Section 380
    Modifications to surface water withdrawal permits
    Section 390
    Variance from surface water withdrawal permit conditions
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