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Air Construction Permit Fee
Must accompany each application for an air quality construction permit, which are based on the potential amount of the facil...
Air Emissions Fee for Major Sources
All major sources of air emissions are assessed air emissions fees, which are based upon the facility’s actual air emissions.
What it is:
A fee based on actual emissions from major (also known as Title V or Class I) industrial air emission sources. The Air Division provides the major source an invoice of the fees due based upon its actual emissions reported in their annual emission inventory report.
How the fee is used:
The fees collected are used to support the Air Division’s permitting and compliance programs for major air emission sources and air emission sources that have taken limitations to avoid major source classification.
Title 129 - Chapter 29 - Operating Permit Emission Fees
Emission Inventory Fee Assessment
Petroleum Release Remedial Action Fee
Used to support the agency activities primarily involved in cleaning up releases of petroleum.
Onsite Wastewater (Includes Septic Systems, Private Lagoons, Holding Tanks) Professional Certification and System Registration Fees, and Application Fess for Permits and Subdivision Reviews and Approvals
Certification fees are assessed to those who perform work on septic systems and private lagoons; registration fees are asses...
Solid Waste Management Permit Application Fee
A set fee is assessed for all solid waste management facilities when they apply for their required permit.
Landfill Disposal Fee
A fee of $1.25 per ton fee is assessed for all waste disposed in municipal solid waste landfills.
Livestock Waste Control Program Fees
Three fees are associated with this program: initial inspection, permit application fee, and annual permit fee.
Solid Waste Management Annual Operating Fee
Assessed for the operation of any solid waste management facility.
What it is
: A set fee for operating any solid waste management facility. These include: municipal solid waste landfills, industrial waste landfills, construction and demolition waste landfills, fossil fuels combustion ash disposal landfills, compost facilities, materials recovery facilities, delisted hazardous waste disposal landfills, and transfer stations.
How the fee is used
: This fee is used to support the operating costs of the Integrated Waste Management program.
Title 132 – Integrated Solid Waste Management Regulations, Chapter 10.
: None – invoices are generated by NDEQ for each facility.
Hazardous Waste Treatment or Disposal Fee
Assessed annually for all waste treated or disposed of at a permitted hazardous waste treatment or disposal facility based o...
New Tire Fee
A $1 fee is charged on each new tire sold in Nebraska.
Annual Waste Reduction & Recycling Fee
A fee of $25 is assessed to all retail businesses in Nebraska with sales of at least $50,000 or more and used as a source of...
Annual Litter Fee
Assessed on all manufacturers, retailers and wholesalers of products, which are deemed to directly contribute to the litter ...
Chemigation Permit Fees
For an initial application for a chemigation permit or special permit regarding fertilizer or pesticides being applied thro...
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