ADEM – Alabama Department of Environmental Management
Alabama has the experience and resources in place to facilitate timely and comprehensive environmental permitting for a facility. Because the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) has authority to issue the permits required by all the major federal environmental laws, Alabama can offer “one-stop” permitting. ADEM has established a Permit Coordination and Development Center (PCDC), which facilitates the permitting process by coordinating communications, conferences and other administrative functions between an applicant and ADEM.
Following are a few quick facts about ADEM – Alabama Department of Environmental Management:
- PCDC coordinates the application process.
- Most air and water permits are usually issued by ADEM within 60 days.
- Construction storm water permits, which are needed before construction begins, are issued in approximately 45—60 days.
- ADEM offers Brownfield Redevelopment and Voluntary Cleanup Program.
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Alabama Department of Environmental Management