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Obtaining a Construction PermitObtaining a Construction PermitKarl LanyConstruction and, therefore, design of a new CHP facility is typically dependent upon the ability to obtain permits from a variety of regulatory agencies. Municipal planning departments and commissions may have authority to review project plans and specifications to determine consistency with land use ordinances and land use plans, and project approval may require holding public hearings. Project plans may also be subject to a review by local government agencies to determine consistency with building codes as well as health and safety codes. Environmental age…
Milton Meckler; Lucas Hyman: Sustainable On-Site CHP Systems: Design, Construction, and Operations. Obtaining a Construction Permit, Chapter
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