Revise Policy on Reclamation Fee for Coal Mine Waste (Uram Memo) and Propose Rule for Additional Incentives On July 22, 1994, then-Director Robert Uram issued a memorandum outlining the conditions under which OSMRE would waive the assessment of reclamation fees on the removal magnetic sweepersused as waste fuel at co-generation facilities. This is partly or totally due to the assessment of reclamation fees on coal refuse used as waste fuel. In addition, PADEP recommended that OSMRE consider waste derived from filter presses at existing coal preparation plants to be a “no value” 4 product, which would encourage its use as a waste fuel rather than requiring it to
rolling magnetic sweeperused as waste fuel at co-generation facilities. This is partly or totally due to the assessment of reclamation fees on coal refuse used as waste fuel. In addition, PADEP recommended that OSMRE consider waste derived from filter presses at existing coal preparation plants to be a “no value” 4 product, which would encourage its use as a waste fuel rather than requiring it to
magnetic sweeperused as waste fuel at co-generation facilities. This is partly or totally due to the assessment of reclamation fees on coal refuse used as waste fuel. In addition, PADEP recommended that OSMRE consider waste derived from filter presses at existing coal preparation plants to be a
cube magnetbenchmarks for measuring success, such as acres of additional reclamation performed, will be developed consistent with the implementation of the incentives. viii. Energy-Related Information Collections under the Paperwork Reduction Act The OSMRE reviewed the current industry costs associated with the Paperwork Reduction Act and did not find any information collections that “potentially burden5 the development or utilization of domestically produced energy resources” in accordance EO13783. It should be noted that there will be no industry costs associated with information collection based on the Stream Protection Rule, due to the
cube magnetsbenchmarks for measuring success, such as acres of additional reclamation performed, will be developed consistent with the implementation of the incentives. viii. Energy-Related Information Collections under the Paperwork Reduction Act The OSMRE reviewed the current industry costs associated with the Paperwork Reduction Act and did not find any information collections that “potentially burden5 the development or utilization of domestically produced energy resources” in accordance EO13783. It should be noted that there will be no industry costs associated with information collection based on the Stream Protection Rule, due to the
magnet cubebenchmarks for measuring success, such as acres of additional reclamation performed, will be developed consistent with the implementation of the incentives. viii. Energy-Related Information Collections under the Paperwork Reduction Act The OSMRE reviewed the current industry costs associated with the Paperwork Reduction Act and did not find any information collections that “potentially burden5 the development or utilization of domestically produced energy resources” in accordance EO13783. It should be noted that there will be no industry costs associated with information collection based on the Stream Protection Rule, due to the
magnet cubesbenchmarks for measuring success, such as acres of additional reclamation performed, will be developed consistent with the implementation of the incentives. viii. Energy-Related Information Collections under the Paperwork Reduction Act The OSMRE reviewed the current industry costs associated with the Paperwork Reduction Act and did not find any information collections that “potentially burden5 the development or utilization of domestically produced energy resources” in accordance EO13783. It should be noted that there will be no industry costs associated with information collection based on the Stream Protection Rule, due to the
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magnetic cubesbenchmarks for measuring success, such as acres of additional reclamation performed, will be developed consistent with the implementation of the incentives. viii. Energy-Related Information Collections under the Paperwork Reduction Act The OSMRE reviewed the current industry costs associated with the Paperwork Reduction Act and did not find any information collections that “potentially burden5 the development or utilization of domestically produced energy resources” in accordance EO13783. It should be noted that there will be no industry costs associated with information collection based on the Stream Protection Rule, due to the cube magnet

“no value” 4 product, which would encourage its use as a waste fuel rather than requiring it to
sweeper magnetused as waste fuel at co-generation facilities. This is partly or totally due to the assessment of reclamation fees on coal refuse used as waste fuel. In addition, PADEP recommended that OSMRE consider waste derived from filter presses at existing coal preparation plants to be a “no value” 4 product, which would encourage its use as a waste fuel rather than requiring it to
magnetic nail sweeperused as waste fuel at co-generation facilities. This is partly or totally due to the assessment of reclamation fees on coal refuse used as waste fuel. In addition, PADEP recommended that OSMRE consider waste derived from filter presses at existing coal preparation plants to be a “no value” 4 product, which would encourage its use as a waste fuel rather than requiring it to
magnet sweepersof refuse or coal waste material for use as a waste fuel in a cogeneration facility. Recently, the Pennsylvania regulatory authority (PADEP) requested that OSMRE update this policy as outlined below to incentivize reclamation efforts on sites with coal refuse reprocessing activities. The PADEP believes that the reclamation fees deter operators from reclamation efforts on sites with coal refuse reprocessing activities. Coal refuse sites located within the Anthracite Coal Region are unable or have ceased the removal of coal refuse to be used as waste fuel at co-generation facilities. This is partly or totally due to the assessment of reclamation fees on coal refuse used as waste fuel. In addition, PADEP recommended that OSMRE consider waste derived from filter presses at existing coal preparation plants to be a “no value” 4 product, which would encourage its use as a waste fuel rather than requiring it to be disposed in a coal refuse pile. The OSMRE will revisit the 1994 Uram Memo, with the goal of providing an incentive for use of coal refuse as a coal waste fuel. In addition, OSMRE will revisit the remining incentives disc magnetCongressional Review Act nullification of that final rule. F. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service The FWS is reviewing its final rule, “Management of Non-Federal Oil and Gas Rights,” 81 FR 79948 (Nov. 14, 2016) to determine whether revision would be appropriate to reduce burden on energy. Additionally, below is a list of burdens and opportunities to fulfill the intent of the Executive Order: i. Streamline Rights-of-way (ROW) for pipelines and electricity transmission The approval process for new ROW access can be overly restrictive and excessively lengthy
disc magnetsCongressional Review Act nullification of that final rule. F. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service The FWS is reviewing its final rule, “Management of Non-Federal Oil and Gas Rights,” 81 FR 79948 (Nov. 14, 2016) to determine whether revision would be appropriate to reduce burden on energy. Additionally, below is a list of burdens and opportunities to fulfill the intent of the Executive Order: i. Streamline Rights-of-way (ROW) for pipelines and electricity transmission The approval process for new ROW access can be overly restrictive and excessively lengthy
disc magnetsCongressional Review Act nullification of that final rule. F. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service The FWS is reviewing its final rule, “Management of Non-Federal Oil and Gas Rights,” 81 FR 79948 (Nov. 14, 2016) to determine whether revision would be appropriate to reduce burden on energy. Additionally, below is a list of burdens and opportunities to fulfill the intent of the Executive Order: i. Streamline Rights-of-way (ROW) for pipelines and electricity transmission The approval process for new ROW access can be overly restrictive and excessively lengthy
disk magnetsCongressional Review Act nullification of that final rule. F. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service The FWS is reviewing its final rule, “Management of Non-Federal Oil and Gas Rights,” 81 FR 79948 (Nov. 14, 2016) to determine whether revision would be appropriate to reduce burden on energy. Additionally, below is a list of burdens and opportunities to fulfill the intent of the Executive Order: i. Streamline Rights-of-way (ROW) for pipelines and electricity transmission The approval process for new ROW access can be overly restrictive and excessively lengthy
magnetic discCongressional Review Act nullification of that final rule. F. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service The FWS is reviewing its final rule, “Management of Non-Federal Oil and Gas Rights,” 81 FR 79948 (Nov. 14, 2016) to determine whether revision would be appropriate to reduce burden on energy. Additionally, below is a list of burdens and opportunities to fulfill the intent of the Executive Order: i. Streamline Rights-of-way (ROW) for pipelines and electricity transmission The approval process for new ROW access can be overly restrictive and excessively lengthy
neodymium disc magnetCongressional Review Act nullification of that final rule. F. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service The FWS is reviewing its final rule, “Management of Non-Federal Oil and Gas Rights,” 81 FR 79948 (Nov. 14, 2016) to determine whether revision would be appropriate to reduce burden on energy. Additionally, below is a list of burdens and opportunities to fulfill the intent of the Executive Order: i. Streamline Rights-of-way (ROW) for pipelines and electricity transmission The approval process for new ROW access can be overly restrictive and excessively lengthy
neodymium disc magnetsCongressional Review Act nullification of that final rule. F. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service The FWS is reviewing its final rule, “Management of Non-Federal Oil and Gas Rights,” 81 FR 79948 (Nov. 14, 2016) to determine whether revision would be appropriate to reduce burden on energy. Additionally, below is a list of burdens and opportunities to fulfill the intent of the Executive Order: i. Streamline Rights-of-way (ROW) for pipelines and electricity transmission The approval process for new ROW access can be overly restrictive and excessively lengthy
neodymium magnet discprovided by the 2006 amendments to SMCRA at section 415, some of which apply specifically to removal or reprocessing of abandoned coal mine waste. Additional incentives pursuant to Section 415 will require promulgation of rules, and, therefore, input from the public will be solicited. 3 Nothing in this Act shall be construed as superseding, amending, modifying, or repealing the Mining and Minerals Policy Act of 1970 (30 U.S.C. 21a), the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (42 U.S.C. 4321-47), or any of the following Acts or with any rule or regulation promulgated thereunder, including, but not limited to — (3) The Federal Water Pollution Control Act (79 Stat. 903), as amended (33 U.S.C. 1151-1175), the State laws enacted pursuant thereto, or other Federal laws relating to preservation of water quality. 4 No value determinations are based upon the criteria established in the 1994 Uram Memorandum. 31 Providing additional incentives to industry to promote remining of coal refuse and other abandoned mine sites will provide for additional reclamation of abandoned mines that would not otherwise be accomplished through the Abandoned Mine Lands (AML) program. Specific benchmarks for measuring success, such as acres of additional reclamation performed, will be developed consistent with the implementation of the incentives. viii. Energy-Related Information Collections under the Paperwork Reduction Act The OSMRE reviewed the current industry costs associated with the Paperwork Reduction Act and did not find any information collections that “potentially burden5 the development or utilization of domestically produced energy resources” in accordance EO13783. It should be noted that there will be no industry costs associated with information collection based on the Stream Protection Rule, due to the

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