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State of NH seeks input for NH Code of Administrative Rules for Solid Waste Management

The New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services, Waste Management Division (NHDES) is hosting an online input session for the public to share their ideas and concerns regarding the New Hampshire Code of Administrative Rules for Solid Waste Management, specifically, Chapter Env-Sw 300, Solid Waste Program: Permits.

This public input session is being held in advance of the formal rulemaking process and will include a brief discussion of the existing rules, ideas under consideration, and opportunities for public input. Informed by this input session and the comment period that follows it, NHDES will draft proposed rule amendments that will then enter the formal rulemaking process. Please note that there will be future opportunities to provide public comment during the formal rulemaking process.

The public input session will be held online using GoToWebinar on Monday, June 5, 2023, at 1:00 PM. Comments may be submitted in writing to NHDES at any time before June 21, 2023, at 4:00 PM, instead of or in addition to attending and/or providing comments at the public input session.

To register to attend the public input session and for additional information on where to submit comments, see the notice of public input session.

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