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Earlier the week, the Coal Association filed comments on two separate environmental rulemaking initiatives.  The first was the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection’s proposed revisions to the agency’s certification of the Corps of Engineer’s General Section 404 permits for coal mining: Nationwide permits 21, 49 and 50.  Comments were also filed on the federal Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement’s review of recent changes to West Virginia’s mining regulatory program, specifically the changes to the state’s alternative bonding system and the per-ton coal tax collected to fund the reclamation or forfeited mine sites. 

To obtain a copy of the comments, contact jbostic@wvcoal.com

Earlier the week, the Coal Association filed comments on two separate environmental rulemaking initiatives.  The first was the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection’s proposed revisions to the agency’s certification of the Corps of Engineer’s General Section 404 permits for coal mining: Nationwide permits 21, 49 and 50.  Comments were also filed on the federal Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement’s review of recent changes to West Virginia’s mining regulatory program, specifically the changes to the state’s alternative bonding system and the per-ton coal tax collected to fund the reclamation or forfeited mine sites. 

To obtain a copy of the comments, contact jbostic@wvcoal.com


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