Regulating Ethanol Plants in Missouri
Everything you need to know about regulating your business with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources.
We have compiled research information, guidance documents and forms in one place in an effort to educate interested businesses on regulatory processes overseen by the department.
Excerpts from a recent seminar to educate others on what the department does to promote and permit ethanol in Missouri.
- Overview of Air Permitting for Ethanol Industry
- Overview of Non-Point Source and Stormwater
- Overview of Groundwater Permits
- Overview of Drinking Water Well Permits
The department has changed all fill-in forms to PDF fill-in. You will be able to save and reuse these PDF forms. However, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader 7 or higher to save the PDF fill-in form. Also, at this time the department does not accept digital signatures. If your Acrobat Reader prompts you to use one, we ask that you don't.
Historic Preservation and Section 106 Review
Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 as amended requires consideration of historic preservation by any Federal agency funding, licensing or permitting a project. For example, an ethanol project might receive direct assistance as a grant or a loan, or might be required to obtain a 404 permit from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Compliance with Section 106 is the responsibility of the agency, but agencies do have the authority to delegate this responsibility to the applicant or recipient.
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