(a) General rule.--A State or local permit or permit revision shall not be required for remediation activities
undertaken entirely on the site if they are undertaken pursuant to the requirements
of this act.
(b) Applicable requirements.--The department may waive in whole or in part, in writing, otherwise applicable requirements
where responsible persons demonstrate that any of the following apply:
(1) Compliance with a requirement at a site will result in greater risk to human health,
safety and welfare and the environment than alternative options.
(2) Compliance with a requirement at a site will substantially interfere with natural
or artificial structures or features.
(3) The proposed remedial action will attain a standard of performance that is equivalent
to that required under the otherwise applicable requirement through the use of an
alternative method or approach.
(4) Compliance with a requirement at a site will not provide for a cost-effective
The department may not waive the remediation standards established under sections
301, 302, 303 and 304. 1
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