e-Permitting ToolsThese are tools you can use directly or to enhance your e-permitting system.
Model RCRA Permit That Can Be Downloaded for Permit WritersModel permits can be a first step towards e-permitting. Here are two parts of a model joint permit between South Carolina and EPA Region 4.
- First Part: South Carolina's model permit (CC module not included). Text || PDF (104 pp, 176K, About PDF). In comparison to the current federal requirements, South Carolina's permit requirements are no different except for the exclusion of Subpart CC.
- Second Part: Model Federal Subpart CC Permit from EPA Region 4. PDF (20 pp, 38K, About PDF)
- Federal model for combustion units - Developed by EPA Region 6 (not editable).
- Federal model conditions for LDR & air emissions - Subpart AA, BB (and CC for new units). Text || PDF (4pp, 80K, About PDF)
The RCRA standardized permit is a general permit for facilities that generate waste on-site in tanks, containers, and containment buildings. Under the standardized permit, facility owners and operators would certify compliance with generic design and operating conditions set on a national basis. The permitting agency would review the certifications submitted by the facility owners or operators. The permitting agency would also be able to impose additional site- specific terms and conditions for corrective action or other purposes, as called for by RCRA.Tanks (124 pp, 207K, About PDF)
Containers (116 pp, 192K, About PDF)
Containment Buildings (116 pp, 193K, About PDF)
We expect to have the model permits available for use when the final standards are published.