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Chapter 105 Permitting Training Announcement:
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (Department) is transitioning away from paper to online electronic permit applications. Beginning on October 1, 2018, the Department will be accepting Chapter 105 registrations/applications for General Permits for various types of water obstruction and encroachments through the e-permitting system. On September 17, 2018, from 10:00– 11:30 am, the Department will be holding an Applicant Training webinar which will involve a demonstration of specific areas of the application pertinent to the registration for the use of the system and to provide users with basic training of the ePermit system for Chapter 105 General Permits. This training will be delivered live via WebEx; it will also be recorded for the public to view at their convenience. The live event address for attendees is: https://copa.webex.com/copa/onstage/g.php?MTID=e8e83ca9640fedc1370b19b2404f716a7 Prior registration is not required. There are no restrictions on the number of participants. Please feel free to share this Chapter 105 ePermit training event information to other prospective interested parties.
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