Ill. Admin. Code tit. 35, § 170.113 - Step 3 - Submission of Project Plan

Current through Vol. 46, No. 16, April 15, 2022

a) Each applicant shall submit an overall project plan for each medium. The project plan is a preliminary engineering document which defines the scope of the total project and generally assembles basic information including, for example, the following: preliminary project layout; assumptions and design criteria; a discussion of how environmental regulations and requirements will be met, including coordination of multimedia interrelationships; and the project milestones. This plan, which provides the continuing technical basis for the detailed design and preparation of final engineering plans and specifications, shall contain, as a minimum, a discussion of:
1) The interrelationships among the various aspects of environmental control;
2) Selected controls;
3) Preliminary design considerations for each medium, and for each phase if construction or development will be phased; and
4) The timetable for project implementation for each medium.
b) The project plan shall be submitted to the Agency at any time but no later than at the time of submission of the project permit application.
c) During the review of the project plan, the agency will resolve conflicts arising out of specific Divisional requirements.
d) The Agency will provide a written response to the applicant within 45 days of receipt of the project plan except that when a project plan is submitted with the permit application, it shall be considered as part of the application.

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Ill. Admin. Code tit. 35, § 170.113

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