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RAPID/Hydropower/Alaska/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Title 18 Alaska Administrative Code Chapter 15 - Administrative Procedure|18 AAC 15.180]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Arkansas/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Arkansas – Ark. Code Ann. § 8-4 et seq., Arkansas Water and Air Pollution Control Act (1999)|Ark. Code Ann. §8-4-201(a)(3) (1999)]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/California/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[23 CCR 3855 et seq. - Water Quality Certification|23 CCR 3855]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Colorado/Water Quality +A project subject o federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Colorado Code of Regulations 5 CCR 1002-82, 401 Water Quality Certification Regulation]]; [[Colorado – C.R.S. 25-8-302, Duties of Water Quality Control Division]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Illinois/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Illinois – 35 Illinois Admin. Code §§ 395 et seq., Procedures and Criteria for Certification of Applications for Federal Permits or Licenses for Discharge into Waters of the State]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Indiana/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Indiana Department of Environmental Management – 401 Water Quality Certification, Frequently Asked Questions Webpage]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Iowa/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Iowa – Iowa Code §§ 455A et seq., Department of Natural Resources|I.C. §455A.2]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Kentucky/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Kentucky – Ky. Rev. Stat. §§ 151 et seq., Geology and Water Resources|Ky. Rev. Stat. § 151]]; [[Kentucky – 401 Ky. Admin Reg. §§ 9:020 et seq., Section 401 Water Quality Certification fees and Certification timetable|401 Ky. Admin Reg. §§ 9:020]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Louisiana/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Louisiana – La. Rev. Stat. §§ 30:2071 et seq., Louisiana Water Control Law|L.R.S. § 30:2074(A)(3)]]; [[Louisiana – La. Admin. Code §§ 33:IX.1501 et seq., Water Quality Certification Procedures]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Minnesota/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Minnesota – Minn. Stat. §§ 115.03 et seq., Powers and Duties]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Mississippi/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Mississippi – Miss. Code §§ 49 et seq., Conservation and Ecology|Miss. Code §49-2-7]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Missouri/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Missouri – Mo. Rev. Stat. §§ 644.006 et seq., Missouri Clean Water Law|Mo. Rev. Stat. § 644.011.1.]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/New York/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [Need Cite].DEC also requires a 401 WQC for [[Federal Energy Regulatory Commission]] exemptions. [[New York State Regulations – Department of Environmental Conservation, Resource Management Services|6 CCR-NY §608.9 (a), Water Quality Certifications]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/North Dakota/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[North Dakota – N.D. Century Code §§ 61-28 et seq., Control, Prevention, and Abatement of Pollution of Surface Waters]]; [[North Dakota – N.D. Admin. Code §§ 33-16-02.1 et seq., Standards of Quality for Waters of the State]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Ohio/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Ohio – Ohio Admin. Code §§ 3745-32-01 et seq., Section 401 Water Quality Certifications|Ohio Admin. Code § 3745-32-01]]; [[Ohio – Ohio Rev. Code §§ 6111.01 et seq., Water Pollution Control|Ohio Rev. Code § 6111.01]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Pennsylvania/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Pennsylvania – 25 Pa. Code §§ 1021 et seq., Practice and Procedure|Pa. Code § 1021]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Tennessee/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Tennessee – Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. §§ 0400-40-07 et seq., Aquatic Resource Alteration|Tenn. Comp. R. & Regs. § 0400-40-07]]; [[Tennessee – Tenn. Code Ann. §§ 69-3 et seq., Water Pollution Control|Tenn. Code Ann. § 69-3]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Vermont/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Title 10 Chapter 41 Regulation of Stream Flow|10 V.S.A. §1004]]. ANR also requires a 401 WQC for [[Federal Energy Regulatory Commission]] exemptions. See, [[Vermont Agency of Natural Resources Department of Environmental Conservation Section 401 Water Quality Certification Practice|Vermont Agency of Natural Resources Process 401 Water Quality Certification Practice]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Washington/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[WAC - 173-210A Water Quality Standards for Surface Waters of the State of Washington|Washington Administrative Code Chapter 173-201A]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/West Virginia/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[West Virginia – W.V. Code of State Rules §§ 47-5A et seq., Rules for Individual State Certification of Activities Requiring a Federal Permit|W.V. Code of State Rules § 47-5A]];[[West Virginia – W.V. Code of State Rules §§ 47-2 et seq., Requirements Governing Water Quality Standards|W.V. Code of State Rules §§ 47-2]].  +
RAPID/Hydropower/Wisconsin/Water Quality +A project subject to federal license or permit (e.g., Clean Water Act 404 permit, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission license, etc.), may need a 401 Water Quality Certification or waiver if the project may result in any discharge into navigable waters of the United States. [[Wisconsin – Wis. Stat. §§ 281 et seq., Water and Sewage|Wis. Stat. §281]].  +