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The 2013 VGP will not be reissued prior to its December 18, 2018 expiration date but will be administratively continued and remain in effect until a new permit is issued. Owners/operators of vessels operating under the administratively continued permit are expected to comply with the terms and conditions of that permit.  The EPA stands ready to assist those applying for VGP and continues to work on reissuing the permit, with a target timeframe of permit proposal in spring 2019.

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The 2013 VGP will not be reissued prior to its December 18, 2018 expiration date, but will be administratively continues and remain in effect until a new permit is issued. Owners/operators of vessels operating under the administratively continued permit are expected to comply with the terms and the conditions of that permit. EPA stands ready to assist those applying for VGP and will continue its work on reissuing the permit, with a targeted timeframe of permit proposal in spring 2019.  

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Via MarineLink.com

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Via the Maritime Executive, Three Things You Should Know About the EPA’s New Vessel General Permit, or VGP 3.0

http://www.maritime-executive.com

 

The 2013 VGP, which has an effective date of December 19, 2013, will replace the 2008 Vessel General permit.

The EPA plans to hold several webinars this fall and winter covering various topics related to the 2013 VGP. Each webinar is limited to 1,000 participants.

November 7 – Overview of the 2013 CGP
November 14 – The new eNOI system

The webinars are scheduled for 11:00 EST and will last up to 90 minutes.

Click here for more information and to read the NPDES Vessels Program Quarterly

 

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposes to require electronic reporting for current paper-based National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) reports.  Comments on the proposal should be submitted by 28 October.  78 Fed. Reg. 46005  (July 30, 2013).

Courtesy of Bryant’s Maritime Consulting

The news release stating that it has posted the final 2013 Vessel General Permit (VGP), along with a Fact Sheet to explain the VGP and an Economic Analysis explaining what the EPA thinks this program costs and what benefits it is expected to provide. The new permit comes into effect on 19 December, replacing the 2008 VGP. (3/28/13).

 

Courtesy of Bryant’s Maritime Consulting

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued an email announcing that the deadline for its issuance of the 2013 Vessel General Permit (VGP) has been extended from 30 November 2012 until 15 March 2013. The extension will not impact the 19 December 2013 effective date for the next VGP. (11/28/12).
 

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