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Joint Letter from the SPCC Industy Coalition to EPA Requesting an Extention of the SPCC Rule Compliance Dates (Oct. 6, 2005)
AGA Comments on EPA's Proposed One Year SPCC Extension (July 7, 2004)
USWAG Comments on 2004 Draft report to Congress on the Costs and Benefits of Federal Regulation (May 20, 2004)
AGA Letter Response to EPA Data Request to Support Natural Gas Transportation Equipment & SPCC Transportation Exemption (Feb. 27, 2004)
AGA Letter to EPA Requesting Natural Gas Transportation Equipment & SPCC Transportation Exemption (Jan. 19, 2004)
AGA Letter to EPA Regarding NPDES General Permit for Storm Water Discharges from Construction Activities (Nov. 19, 2003)
AGA Comments on OPS Best Management Practices for Pipeline Repairs (Sept. 29, 2003)
AGA Comments on Proposed NPDES General Permit for Storm Water Discharges from Large and Small Construction Activities (Feb. 3, 2003)
AGA Comments on EPA's Proposal to Withdraw Final Water Quality Rule Published in July 2000 (Jan. 27, 2003)
AGA Comments on EPA Proposed Storm Water Standards for Large and Small Construction Projects (Dec. 23, 2002)
AGA Comments on Impact of Draft PCB Mega Rule Revisions (Sept. 5, 2002)
USWAG Letter to EPA Requesting Interpretation of PCB Storage for Reuse Rules (Feb. 20, 2001)
USWAG/AGA Comments on DOT Companion Proposed Manifest Reform Rule (Oct. 4, 2001)
USWAG/AGA Comments on EPA Proposed Manifest Reform Rule (Oct. 4, 2001)
AGA Comments on EPA's Proposed TRIC Reporting Modifications (Feb. 4, 2005)

 AGA Comments on EPA Proposed Storm Water Standards for Large and Small Construction Projects (Dec. 23, 2002) 

On December 23, 2001 AGA submitted comments on EPA's Proposed Storm Water Standards for Large and Small Construction Projects. The comments noted that the proposed rule affected AGA member companies because they construct and maintain natural gas pipeline and distribution lines that are subject to construction storm water permitting under both the Phase I and Phase II EPA storm water regulations. Unlike most development projects, natural gas pipeline and utility line projects do not cause any long term changes in storm water runoff because these projects cause only minimal (if any) change original grade or contours, and they do not change the amount of impervious surfaces. AGA recommended that EPA promulgate proposed Option #3 in lieu of proposed Options #1 or #2.
 

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