Environmental Authority definition

Environmental Authority means any foreign, federal, state, local or regional government that exercises any form of jurisdiction or authority under any Environmental Requirement.
Environmental Authority. Any department, agency or other body or component of any Government that exercises any form of jurisdiction or authority under any Environmental Law.

Examples of Environmental Authority in a sentence

  • As a result of the order in favor of Superior Environmental Authority are two types of licenses issued under the category of project, including the Environmental License for Category A and Category B.

  • The information phase does not inhibit the proposer at any time from requesting the Environmental Authority for information on any aspect of environmental licensing.

  • If the applicant disagrees with the request of the Environmental Authority, as provided in paragraph 3 of this article, it must justify its reasons and submit them in writing to the Environmental Authority.

  • The decision referred to in the preceding paragraph is made by order and within 10 days from the date of receipt of technical advice by the Environmental Authority and published in the Official Gazette.

  • For purposes of analysis and technical evaluation, the Environmental Authority may, whenever necessary, contact the proponent, as well as the ministries related to the project, to obtain additional information and clarifications regarding the same.


More Definitions of Environmental Authority

Environmental Authority. Any department, agency or other body or component of any Government that exercises any form of jurisdiction or authority under any Environmental Law. Environmental Authorization: Any license, permit, order, approval, consent, notice, registration, filing or other form of permission or authorization required under any Environmental Law. Environmental Laws: All applicable federal, state, local and foreign laws and regulations relating to pollution of the environment (including without limitation, ambient air, surface water, ground water, land surface or subsurface strata), including without limitation laws and regulations relating to emissions, discharges, Releases or threatened Releases of Hazardous Materials or otherwise relating to the manufacture, processing, distribution, use, treatment, storage, disposal, transport or handling of Hazardous Materials. Environmental Laws include but are not limited to CERCLA, FIFRA, RCRA, SARA and TSCA.
Environmental Authority means any person or legal entity (whether statutory or non-statutory or governmental or non-governmental) having regulatory authority under the Contaminated Land Regime; and
Environmental Authority means an environmental authority granted in relation to an environmentally relevant activity under the Environmental Protection Act 1994.
Environmental Authority means any Governmental Authority having jurisdiction to determine any matter arising under Environmental Law and/or relating to the Environment;
Environmental Authority means any Governmental Authority that exercises any form of jurisdiction or authority under any Environmental Requirement.
Environmental Authority means any person or legal entity (whether statutory or non-statutory or governmental or non-governmental) having regulatory authority under Environmental Law and/or any court of law or tribunal or any other judicial or quasi-judicial body;
Environmental Authority means any department, agency, or other body or component of any Governmental Entity that lawfully exercises jurisdiction under any Environmental Law.