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Do all environmental permits require monitoring?

No, not all permits require monitoring. One notable example is an “air quality permit-to-construct.” This permit allows construction, and sometimes operations, of new facilities with air emissions according to specific plans. Follow-up permits may require monitoring. Another example is a well drilling permit.

Examples of environmental permits that do require monitoring include discharge permits for wastewater discharges to municipal sewer systems, treatment plants, and rivers/streams/creeks; air pollution operating permits covering emissions from specific industries; and hazardous waste treatment or disposal facilities.
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