40 CFR 124.53 - State certification

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  • 684 F.2d 1041 (1st Cir. 1982), 81-1548, Roosevelt Campobello Intern. Park Com'n v. United States E.P.A.
    • United States
    • Federal Cases United States Courts of Appeals United States Court of Appeals (1st Circuit)
    • August 10, 1982
    ...Although the new regulations also require the state to cite to state law when imposing more stringent conditions on a draft permit, 40 C.F.R. § 124.53(e)(1) (1981), and to indicate the extent to which the condition can be relaxed without violating state law, 40 C.F.R. § 124.53(e)(2) (1981),......
  • 822 N.W.2d 676 (Minn.App. 2012), A12-1661, In re 401 Water Quality Certification
    • United States
    • Minnesota Court of Appeals of Minnesota
    • November 13, 2012
    ...agency record. Affirmed. Notes: [1] The EPA also has promulgated a regulation that governs a state's certification of a NPDES permit. 40 C.F.R. § 124.53 (2012). The regulation provides, in part, that a state's certification " shall be in writing" and " shall include," am......
  • 70 A.D.3d 1101, 2010-00766, Port of Oswego Authority v. Grannis
    • United States
    • New York New York Supreme Court Appelate Division Third Department
    • February 4, 2010
    ...to ensure that federal permittees will comply with the Act as well as the applicable state laws ( see 33 USC § 1341[d]; see also 40 CFR 124.53[e][1] ). Here, ample scientific evidence and expert opinion exists in the record to support DEC's determination that the challenged conditions are n......
  • 7 F.3d 862 (9th Cir. 1993), 92-70239, Ackels v. United StatesE.P.A.
    • United States
    • Federal Cases United States Courts of Appeals United States Court of Appeals (9th Circuit)
    • October 14, 1993
    ...water quality standards. Petitioners first contend that the state did not complete its certification within 60 days as required by 40 C.F.R. § 124.53(c)(3) and therefore the state's certification is invalid. Section 124.53(c)(3) provides that the state will be deemed to have waived its righ......
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  • 684 F.2d 1041 (1st Cir. 1982), 81-1548, Roosevelt Campobello Intern. Park Com'n v. United States E.P.A.
    • United States
    • Federal Cases United States Courts of Appeals United States Court of Appeals (1st Circuit)
    • August 10, 1982
    ...Although the new regulations also require the state to cite to state law when imposing more stringent conditions on a draft permit, 40 C.F.R. § 124.53(e)(1) (1981), and to indicate the extent to which the condition can be relaxed without violating state law, 40 C.F.R. § 124.53(e)(2) (1981),......
  • 822 N.W.2d 676 (Minn.App. 2012), A12-1661, In re 401 Water Quality Certification
    • United States
    • Minnesota Court of Appeals of Minnesota
    • November 13, 2012
    ...agency record. Affirmed. Notes: [1] The EPA also has promulgated a regulation that governs a state's certification of a NPDES permit. 40 C.F.R. § 124.53 (2012). The regulation provides, in part, that a state's certification " shall be in writing" and " shall include," am......
  • 70 A.D.3d 1101, 2010-00766, Port of Oswego Authority v. Grannis
    • United States
    • New York New York Supreme Court Appelate Division Third Department
    • February 4, 2010
    ...to ensure that federal permittees will comply with the Act as well as the applicable state laws ( see 33 USC § 1341[d]; see also 40 CFR 124.53[e][1] ). Here, ample scientific evidence and expert opinion exists in the record to support DEC's determination that the challenged conditions are n......
  • 7 F.3d 862 (9th Cir. 1993), 92-70239, Ackels v. United StatesE.P.A.
    • United States
    • Federal Cases United States Courts of Appeals United States Court of Appeals (9th Circuit)
    • October 14, 1993
    ...water quality standards. Petitioners first contend that the state did not complete its certification within 60 days as required by 40 C.F.R. § 124.53(c)(3) and therefore the state's certification is invalid. Section 124.53(c)(3) provides that the state will be deemed to have waived its righ......
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