1. GENERAL INFORMATION FORM -- AUTHORIZATION APPLICATION
      2. INSTRUCTIONS
      3. GENERAL INFORMATION
      4. DE FI NITIONS
      5. CLIENT INFORMATION
      6. SITE INFORMATION
      7. FACILITY INFORMATION
      8. PROJECT INFORMATION
      9. LAND USE INFORMATION
      10. COORDINATION INFORMATION
      11. CERTIFICATION
      12. APPLICANT’S CHECKLIST
      13. TYPE CODES
      14. CLIENT INFORMATION. Client Type / Codes
      15. SITE INFORMATION. Site-to-Client Relationship Codes
      16. DEP OFFICES
      17. REGIONAL OFFICES
      18. CENTRAL OFFICES
      19. DISTRICT MINING OFFICES

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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
GENERAL INFORMATION FORM -- AUTHORIZATION APPLICATION
INSTRUCTIONS
GENERAL INFORMATION
To Obtain DEP Application Packages.
To expedite the processing of the applicant’s
request, the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) asks that you use the most
up-to-date application package available. The most recent version of this General
Information Form (GIF) package can be obtained by contacting the appropriate DEP
office, or through our website noted below. This package, as well as other Department-
wide and/or Program-Specific Permit Application Form Packages are available in
Microsoft Word format at this same web location. Applicants can download the
appropriate form to a personal computer, complete the form electronically, and print the
document for submittal to the Department.
Access:
www.depweb.state.pa.us
Select:
Permits, Licensing & Certification
Select:
Department-Wide Permit/Authorization Packages
Select:
General Information Form (GIF)
General Instructions.
This package is designed to assist the applicant in completing
the General Information Form (GIF) and in determining which environmental permits or
approvals are needed for the project. Please type or print clearly when completing the
form. If information needed is more than space allows, attach additional sheets as
necessary. If a question is not applicable to you or your project, write NA in the
appropriate box.
For example -- application is in reference to the Act 537 Program.
Many GIF questions may not apply to this type of applicant; but program-specific forms
for that particular program will need more information from the applicant.
A full application for a particular DEP permit or other authorization will generally consist
of this GIF and additional forms related to the particular permit or other authorization.
Individual applications may require more detailed information, such as site drawings
and more detailed applicant information. Moreover, an applicant may need to provide
proof of financial responsibility (such as performance bonds, insurance policies, or
both) in order to qualify for some DEP permits or authorizations. These requirements
vary by program. Be sure to ask each program whether you must supply financial
responsibility documents in order to obtain your permit or other authorization.

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If multiple applications are submitted, only one GIF need be submitted with the various
program-specific applications. If the applications are submitted at different times, the
applicant may photocopy the most up-to-date version of the GIF or refer to the
Application Processing System (APS) coordination number assigned by DEP (if known)
when submitting forms.
DE FI NITIONS
To provide the applicant with a better understanding of terminology, we are including
the following definitions.
eFACTS (Environment, Facility, Application, Compliance Tracking System).
The
Department of Environmental Protection’s electronic application system to document
and maintain client, site and facility data for purposes of authorizing regulated activities
and tracking compliance.
eNotice.
DEP has developed a comprehensive environmental compliance information
reporting system to give the public access to permitting and compliance information on
individual facilities by program and by geographic area. This system is available by
logging on to the DEP website and selecting eNOTICE.
Client (Responsible Party).
A client (also referred to as Applicant) is a person or
organization that requests approval from DEP to perform a regulated activity. Client
information is documented and assigned an internal DEP Client ID# for tracking
purposes.
Site (Place).
A site is a physical location of importance to DEP. A site may include
locations where a regulated facility is physically located or where a regulated activity
occurs that has the potential to impact the health and safety of the citizens and/or the
natural resources of the Commonwealth. A site is not solely defined by geographical
location (can span several municipalities and even counties in some cases) but rather
by the client/applicant’s purpose of doing business. All DEP programs involvement at a
physical location of importance to DEP is grouped under one ‘entity’ – site. This holistic
view of site will promote an understanding of the interrelationships of facilities to
support pollution prevention; multi-media inspections; a Department-wide view of
compliance; and public understanding and access of information. Site information is
documented and assigned an internal DEP Site ID# for tracking purposes.
Site-to-Client Relationships.
DEP will create internal records to relate (link) each site
with all clients associated with the site and/or its facilities.

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Facility.
A facility (also referred to as Primary Facility (PF)) is a logical bridge between
sites and sub-facilities that allows DEP to provide a framework for a facility’s or an
activity’s regulation. Primary facility is a way to group a program’s involvement at a site
(what it regulates) under one heading. For example: The Coal Mining program groups
all of their involvement (regulated entities) under the Primary Facility type of ‘Coal
Mining Operations’. Facility information is documented and assigned an internal DEP
Facility ID# for tracking purposes.
Other examples of PFs are:
Water Pollution Control Facility
Radiation Facility
Oil & Gas Location
Water Resource
Air Emissions Plant
Encroachment Location
Sub-Facility.
A sub-facility (SF) is program-specific. A sub-facility is what DEP
regulates. For example: A Deep Mine is a sub-facility of a Coal Mining Operation
primary facility.
Other examples of PFs and associated SFs are:
Primary Facility (PF)
Sub-Facility (SF)
Water Pollution Control Facility
Treatment Plant
Discharge Point
Radiation Facility
X-ray Machine
Radioactive Materials
Oil & Gas Location
Well
Pit
Water Resource
Surface Water Withdrawal
Groundwater Withdrawal
Air Emissions Plant
Incinerator
Process
Encroachment Location
Bridge
Dock
Project.
A project includes all the construction, installation, and/or renovation needed
to achieve the applicant’s goal. An applicant must obtain all required permits/approvals
from DEP before beginning regulated activities or the construction or expansion of a
regulated facility. Project information is documented and assigned an internal DEP
application processing system number (APS ID#) for tracking purposes.
Authorization.
Any DEP approval. For example: permits, plans, approvals, licenses,
registrations, certifications, etc. Authorization information is documented and assigned
an internal DEP Auth ID# for tracking purposes.

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Permit Coordination.
Projects that need more than one permit/approval from DEP are
coordinated so that the permits/approvals are normally issued simultaneously.
CLIENT INFORMATION
DEP Client ID#.
Department-wide unique identification number assigned by DEP to
the client after client information is entered into DEP’s computer system. This one
number identifies the client regardless of the program with which the client is working.
This identification number will be identified on future correspondence from DEP as well
as on client information available on our DEP website. When replying to DEP, inclusion
of this number will make it easier to process your request in a timely manner. If you
know your Client ID#, enter it. If you are a new client to DEP, skip to the next request
for information.
Client Type Code.
Enter the code that represents the type of client acting as the
responsible authority for the permitted activity. The list of Client Type Codes can be
found on the list of Type Codes included at the end of this instruction document.
Organization Name or Registered Fictitious Name.
Clients other than individuals
must provide the name under which they conduct the activity or business in which the
permit or other authorization will be issued.
Individuals should complete the “Organization Name” if they conduct their business or
activity under a name other than their own (for example, “Jones Construction
Company”, rather than “Mary Jones”).
For partnerships, be sure to list the business name of the partnership as it appears on
legal partnership papers.
If the applicant is an individual(s) or partnership, be sure to also provide the appropriate
information on the individual name lines.
Employer ID#.
Also referred to as “Federal Tax ID#”. The EIN aids DEP in identifying
the organization and prevents duplicate
data entry from occurring. This information is
required.
Dun & Bradstreet ID#.
If known, supply the applicant’s Dun & Bradstreet Identification
Number. This information is optional.
Individual Last Name, First Name, MI, Suffix, Social Security Number.
This
information, with the exception of the SSN, must be provided for applicants who are
individuals or partnerships. The SSN aids DEP in identifying the individual and
prevents duplicate data entry, although, it is optional. This information is not accessible
by the public or other government agencies.

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Additional Individual Last Name, First Name, MI, Suffix, Social Security Number.
This information, with the exception of the SSN, must be provided for additional
applicants who are individuals or partnerships. The SSN aids DEP in identifying the
individual and prevents duplicate data entry, although, it is optional. This information is
not accessible by the public or other government agencies.
Mailing Address.
The mailing address of the client identified above (this should
not
include locational data that is not appropriate for a mail piece). In addition to the street
number and name, PO Box#, RR# Box#, or Highway Contract# designations, use any
appropriate designation and number to further define the mailing address of the
applicant.
e.g.,
APT
(Apartment)
DEPT (Department)
RM
(Room)
BLDG (Building)
FL
(Floor)
STE (Suite)
City, State, ZIP+4, Country.
Enter an appropriate city, borough, or town designation
(do not enter a township designation in this area). Do
not
use abbreviations for the city
name. Use the two-character abbreviation for the state. Include the four-digit
extension to the ZIP code. If other than USA, provide country.
Client Contact Information.
Clients that are organizations must provide the name of a
person representing the client (organization). This client contact must be an employee
of the organization and must be located at the mailing address of the client and may
receive correspondence on behalf of the client. Include the individual’s name, title,
daytime phone number, and email address. The Department will use this contact
information for maintaining client data. This individual should be a high-level employee
such as CEO, VPs, Operations Manager, etc. or someone
capable of answering
informational questions regarding the organization such as EIN, fictitious name
ownership, address data, related organizations, corporate changes, etc. Project
contact information should be entered in the Site Contact found in the Site Information
section.
SITE INFORMATION
DEP Site ID#.
Department-wide unique identification number assigned to the site after
site information is entered into DEP’s computer system. This one number identifies the
site regardless of the program with which the applicant is working. This identification
number will be identified on future correspondence from DEP as well as on site
information available on our DEP website. When replying to DEP, inclusion of this
number will make it easier to process your application in a timely manner. If you know
your Site ID#, enter it. If you are identifying a new site to DEP, skip to the next request
for information.
Site Name.
The name of the site at the specific physical location. Do not use
abbreviations, acronyms, etc.
EPA ID#.
If known, supply the EPA ID# for the site (this number is also referred to as a
FINDS ID#). This is optional.

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Estimated Number of Employees to be Present at Site.
To assist with future
Pollution Prevention and Compliance Assistance initiatives, please include the
estimated number of employees to be present at the site once it is active.
Description of Site.
Provide a written description of the proposed site (e.g., water
treatment plant, sewage treatment plant, toy factory, etc.).
County, Municipality, State.
Indicate the county(ies) and municipality(ies) in which the
site is located. Check the appropriate box to identify the type of municipality entered
(city, borough, township). Include the two-character abbreviation for the state.
Site Location.
Provide the physical address of the location where the permitted
activities will occur. No PO Box Numbers will be accepted for site location information.
Provide the City (or municipality), State, and the ZIP+4, if known.
Detailed Written Directions to Site.
When providing written directions, do not use
PO Box address data. Include landmarks and approximate distances from the nearest
highway.
Site Contact Information.
Provide the name of the person having overall responsibility
for environmental matters at the site. Include the individual’s name, title, firm, mailing
address, daytime phone number, and email address (optional).
NAICS Codes.
Clients applying for an authorization from DEP need to provide the
appropriate North American Industry Classification System (NAICS pronounced nākes)
code(s) at the Sector level (at a minimum). Enter all NAICS codes that pertain to the
activity for which the application is being completed. More than one two-digit or three-
digit NAICS code may be entered in the box provided. If you know your
six
-digit NAICS
code, enter it in the optional box provided. The most up-to-date list of NAICS sector
and subsector codes can be found on the NAICS website (part of the US Census
Bureau) at
http://www.census.gov/eos/www/naics/
or by contacting a DEP office
identified at the end of this instructions document.
Site-to-Client Relationship.
Enter the relationship code that best describes how the
client is related to the activity or operation at the site for which the permit or other
authorization is being sought. The list of Site-to-Client Relationship Codes can be
found on the list of Type Codes included at the end of this instructions document.
FACILITY INFORMATION
Modification of Existing Facility.
If this project is to modify an existing facility,
system, or activity, indicate the facility type and its DEP facility identification number.
Latitude / Longitude.
Latitude and longitude measures aid in providing the physical
location of the facility. If known, indicate appropriate degrees, minutes, and seconds for
the project. The Latitude/Longitude Point of Origin is the place or location where the
reading was actually taken.

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Additional Locational Data Information.
This information is being requested in order
to determine the method, accuracy and description of the latitude and longitude
information that is being provided with the application. If known, please provide this
information for your locational data. The list of locational data codes and descriptions
can be found by referencing ‘GIF Locational Data Codes’. This document can be found
on the DEP website with this GIF package or by contacting a DEP office identified at
the end of this instructions document.
PROJECT INFORMATION
Project Name.
Provide the name by which this proposed activity or project is, or will
be, known (e.g., XYZ Sub-Division, ABC Plant Expansion).
Project Description.
Provide a detailed description of the project. If applying for a part
of a larger project, broadly describe the entire project (e.g., a pipe crossing to serve the
XYZ Sub-Division).
Project Consultant Information.
Provide the name of the consultant for this project, if
applicable. Include the individual’s name, title, firm, mailing address, daytime phone
number, and email address (optional).
Time Schedules / Project Milestones.
Provide the proposed schedule of project
milestones, if any (e.g., 09-15-2002 Proposed Construction Start Date).
Project’s Land Use.
The answer provided to Question 3 in the Project Information
section will determine whether this project is subject to the Land Use Policy.
Authorization/application types that are affected by DEP’s Land Use Policy are attached
to these instructions as Appendix A. For detailed instructions on how to complete this
section, see the Department's Policy for Consideration of Local Comprehensive Plans
and Zoning Ordinances in DEP Review of Authorizations for Facilities and Infrastructure
- Document ID: 012-0200-001. If you are not sure if your authorization/application type
is affected by the Land Use Policy, please contact the appropriate DEP office.
LAND USE INFORMATION
Applicants can choose an early opt-out option but are required to attach documentation
indicating zoning approval from the municipal governing bodies where the project is
being proposed. For more information, see the Department's Policy for Consideration
of Local Comprehensive Plans and Zoning Ordinances in DEP Review of
Authorizations for Facilities and Infrastructure - Document ID: 012-0200-001. If the
applicant chooses the early-opt out option and zoning approval documentation is
attached, the Land Use Information section does not need to be completed.

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If the applicant does not choose the early opt-out option and the authorization/
application type is listed in Appendix A, the applicant must complete the Land Use
Information section. For detailed instructions on how to complete this section, see the
Department's Policy for Consideration of Local Comprehensive Plans and Zoning
Ordinances in DEP Review of Authorizations for Facilities and Infrastructure -
Document ID: 012-0200-001
COORDINATION INFORMATION
Multiple authorizations are often required for residential, commercial, or industrial land
development. This section is vital in determining if any other environmental permits or
approvals are needed for your project.
Special Note:
By completing this section, you will assist DEP
and County
Conservation Districts
in coordinating all authorizations that may be required for your
project. County Conservation District approval does not automatically guarantee the
issuance of other permits for your project, nor does it relieve you of the responsibility of
making timely application for other necessary permits. Note that local municipal
approvals may also be required before the project can be initiated. If your proposal will
generate sewage, the local municipality will need to review its sewage plan and receive
approval from DEP prior to your submission. In addition, please note that even though
you may soon receive a General Permit authorization, other permit requirements may
preclude site development or other activities until all permits are issued.
What Your “Yes” Answers Mean.
If you answer “Yes” to any of the questions in this
section, you will probably need a specific permit or approval from DEP. Refer to the
information provided at the end of these instructions that identifies specific regional,
central, and district offices. Contact the appropriate DEP office to further discuss the
need for an authorization. If additional applications are necessary, they will be mailed
to you.
If “Yes” to Question,
Contact:
1.0
District Mining Permitting Section
1.1 to 1.3
Regional Air Quality Program
1.4
Regional Water Quality Permitting Section
1.5
Central Office Dam Safety Division
1.6
Regional Oil & Gas Program (located only in NC, SW & NW Regional Offices
)
2.0
District Mining Permitting Section
2.1 to 2.3
Regional Air Quality Program
2.4
Regional Water Quality Permitting Section
2.5
Central Office Dam Safety Division
3.0 to 3.3
Regional Oil & Gas Program
(
located only in NC, SW & NW Regional Offices
)
4.0 to 5.0
Local County Conservation District -
or
- Regional Soils & Waterways Section
6.0 to 8.0
Regional Water Quality Permitting Section
9.0
Regional/District Water Quality Planning Section
10.0
Regional Water Quality Operations Section
11.0 to 12.0
Central Office Dam Safety Division
If “Yes” to Question,
Contact:
13.0
Regional Air Quality Program

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14.0 to 17.0
Regional Water Supply Mgmt Program -
and
- Watershed Management
Program
18.0
Regional Waste Management Program
19.0
District Mining Permitting Section
20.0 to 23.0
Central Office Storage Tanks Division
24.0
Regional Radiation Protection Program (located only in SE, SC, SW Regional
Of f ices)
CERTIFICATION
A legally responsible agent of the client should complete and sign the certification.
APPLICANT’S CHECKLIST
To assure your application is complete, we are providing a convenient checklist of what
may need to be attached to the application as well as who to contact for additional
information. This checklist is optional and need not be returned with the completed
application.
TYPE CODES
The following list of codes is to identify specific types of requested information.
CLIENT INFORMATION. Client Type / Codes
Government
Non-Government
Individual
AUTH
Authority
ASSOR
Association/Organization
INDIV
Individual
CNTY
County
LLC
Ltd Liability Company
FED
Federal Agency
LLP
Ltd Liability Partnership
MUNI
Municipality
NPACO
Non-Pennsylvania Corporation
NONPG Non-PA Govt
OTHER
Other (Non-Govt)
OTHG
Other (Govt)
PACOR
Pennsylvania Corporation
SCHDI
School District
PARTG
Partnership-General
STATE
State Agency
PARTL
Partnership-Limited
SOLEP
Sole Proprietorship
Note:
If two individuals’ names are listed as the application’s clients, the Client Type Code of
“Partnership/General” should be used.
SITE INFORMATION. Site-to-Client Relationship Codes
Code
Type
Code
Type
OWN
Owner
LESOP
Lessee / Operator
OPR
Operator
CONTR
Contractor for Owner or Operator
OWNOP
Owner/Operator
AGENT
Agent for Owner or Operator
LESSE
Lessee
OTHER
Other (Explain)

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DEP OFFICES
The following information is to assist the client with appropriate contact information
when addressing the Department. Listed below is information for regional, central, and
district mining offices and the counties they serve.
REGIONAL OFFICES
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
SE Regional Office
2 E. Main Street
Norristown PA 19401-4915
(484) 250-5900
SERO Counties: Bucks, Chester, Delaware,
Montgomery, and Philadelphia. Oil & Gas issues
should be addressed to NC Regional Office for
these counties.
Note:
Air Quality in the City of Philadelphia is
regulated by the Philadelphia Health Department,
Division of Air Management Services (AMS).
Information on AMS permitting requirements can
be obtained by calling 215-685-7572.
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
NE Regional Office
Two Public Square
Wilkes Barre PA 18701-1915
(570) 826-2511
NERO Counties: Carbon, Lackawanna, Lehigh,
Luzerne, Monroe, Northampton, Pike, Schuylkill,
Susquehanna, Wayne, and Wyoming. Oil & Gas
issues should be addressed to NC Regional Office
for these counties.
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
SC Regional Office
909 Elmerton Ave
Harrisburg PA 17110-8200
(717) 705-4700
SCRO Counties: Adams, Bedford, Berks, Blair,
Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton,
Huntingdon, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, Mifflin,
Perry, and York. Oil & Gas issues should be
addressed to NC Regional Office for these
counties.
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
NC Regional Office
208 W Third St Ste 101
Williamsport PA 17701
(570) 327-3636
NCRO Counties: Bradford, Cameron, Clearfield,
Centre, Clinton, Columbia, Lycoming, Montour,
Northumberland, Potter, Snyder, Sullivan, Tioga,
and Union. Oil & Gas issues should be addressed
to NC Regional Office for these counties.
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
SW Regional Office
400 Waterfront Dr
Pittsburgh PA 15222-4745
(412) 442-4000
SWRO Counties: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver,
Cambria, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Somerset,
Washington, and Westmoreland.
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
NW Regional Office
230 Chestnut St
Meadville PA 16335-3481
(814) 332-6945
NWRO Counties: Butler, Clarion, Crawford, Elk,
Erie, Forest, Jefferson, Lawrence, McKean,
Mercer, Venango, and Warren.

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CENTRAL OFFICES
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
Dam Safety Division
PO Box 8460
Harrisburg PA 17105-8460
(717) 787-8568
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
Storage Tanks Division
PO Box 8762
Harrisburg PA 17105-8762
1-800-42TANKS (toll free within PA)
(717) 772-5599 (local & outside PA)
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
Bureau of Point and Non-Point
Source Management
Operations Monitoring & Training Division
PO Box 8774
Harrisburg PA 17105-8774
(717) 772-4018 (activities outside PA)
Appropriate Regional Office (activities in PA)
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
Bureau of Point and Non-Point
Source Management
Planning & Permits Division
PO Box 8774
Harrisburg PA 17105-8774
(717) 787-8184 (activities outside PA)
Appropriate Regional Office (activities in PA)
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
Hazardous Waste Mgmt Division
PO Box 69170
Harrisburg PA 17105-9170
(717) 787-6239
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
Municipal & Residual Waste Mgmt Division
PO Box 69170
Harrisburg PA 17105-9170
(717) 787-7381
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
Radiation Protection Bureau
PO Box 8469
Harrisburg PA 17105-8469
(717) 787-2480
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
Certification & Licensing Section
PO Box 8455
Harrisburg PA 17105-8455
(717) 772-4497 (X-Ray Equipment Renewal)
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
Certification & Licensing Section
PO Box 8454
Harrisburg PA 17105-8454
(717) 787-5236 (Water/Wastewater Certification)
(717) 787-6045 (Sewage Enforcement Office Certification & Laboratory Certification)
(717) 787-8059 (Blaster License, Storage Magazine License, Sales Permit, Explosives Purchase Permit)

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DISTRICT MINING OFFICES
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
Greensburg District Office
Armbrust Bldg
RR 2 Box 603-C
Greensburg PA 15601-0982
(724) 925-5500
Greensburg DO Counties: Allegheny, Armstrong,
Beaver, Fayette, Greene, Washington, and
Westmoreland.
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
Cambria District Office
286 Industrial Park Rd
Ebensburg PA 15931-4119
(814) 472-1900
Cambria DO Counties: Bedford, Blair, Cambria,
Fulton, Huntingdon, Indiana, and Somerset.
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
Pottsville District Office
5 W Laurel Blvd
Pottsville PA 17901-2545
(570) 621-3118
Pottsville DO Counties: Adams, Berks, Bucks,
Carbon, Chester, Columbia, Dauphin,
Cumberland, Delaware, Franklin, Juniata, Monroe,
Lackawanna, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh,
Luzerne, Mifflin, Montgomery, Pike, Montour,
Northampton, Perry, Northumberland,
Philadelphia, Schuylkill, Snyder, Susquehanna,
Union, Wayne, Wyoming, and York.
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
Moshannon District Office
186 Enterprise Drive
Philipsburg PA 16866
(814) 342-8200
Hawk Run DO Counties: Bradford, Cameron,
Centre, Clearfield, Clinton, Potter, Lycoming,
Sullivan, and Tioga.
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
California District Office
California Tech Park
25 Technology Drive
Coal Center PA 15423
(724) 941-7100
McMurray DO Counties: All counties where mining
and subsidence occur.
PA Dept of Environmental Protection
Knox District Office
White Memorial Bldg
PO Box 669
Knox PA 16232-0669
(814) 797-1191
Knox DO Counties: Butler, Clarion, Crawford, Elk,
Erie, Forest, Warren, Jefferson, Lawrence,
McKean, Mercer, and Venango.

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