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Clean Water Act Section 404 Permit

Responsible Entity: 
Responsible Agency POC: 
Kevin Rose
Environmental Compliance Team Leader
Dredge Sailors Haven, Talisman-Barrett Beach and Watch Hill Channels and Marinas
Standard Permit
Clean Water Act Section 404 regulates the discharge of dredged and fill material into waters of the United States, including wetlands. In general, to obtain a Section 404 permit, applicants must demonstrate that the discharge of dredged or fill material would not significantly degrade the nations waters and there are no practicable alternatives less damaging to the aquatic ecosystem, so long as the alternative does not have other significant adverse environmental consequences. Applicants should also describe steps taken to minimize impacts to water bodies and wetlands and provide appropriate and practicable mitigation, such as restoring or creating wetlands, for any remaining, unavoidable impacts.


Milestone Target Actual
Milestone Start - Clean Water Act Section 404 Permit 02/10/2014 02/10/2014
Milestone End - Clean Water Act Section 404 Permit 10/19/2014 09/23/2014