Board Policy Resolutions

The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection, Petroleum Fund Program is proposing to adopt an amended version of Policy Resolution 2001-05, the CEM Cost Guidelines.  The proposed revisions to the CEM Cost Guidelines include administrative updates to outline expectations related to the electronic filing of Petroleum Fund applications for coverage, not-to-exceed proposals (NTEPs), and claims; addition of hours to specific NTEP tasks; addition of Task J.2: Initial Abatement at Commercial Sites; and general grammatical and reference revisions.  Workshops to discuss Amended Policy Resolution 2001-05 and receive comments will be held at the end of October 2018. Please see the Notice and Agenda below for more information. 

For all other policy resolutions, and a current version of the CEM Cost Guidelines, please see below:

2017-02 Payment of Uncontested Claims Prior to Board Meeting
2017-01 Criteria for AST Enrollment and Coverage Reductions
2015-01 Petroleum Fund Bid Process
2014-01 Single vs Multiple Release Sources
2013-01 Small Business Designation Process
2012-07 Spill and Overfill Report
2012-06 Criteria for Reconsideration of Board Determination
2008-04 Source Identification in Coverage Application
2007-10 Third Party Liability Claims
2005-03 Policy Resolution Regarding Aboveground Heating Oil Tanks
2003-16 Delegation of Authority for Purposes of Updating
2001-05 CEM Cost Guidelines, Amended Resolution       Current Version (Rev. 2017)
99-22 Comingled Contamination from Eligible/Ineligible Release Sources
96-026 Roberts Rules of Order
96-003 Authority to Waive the Reimbursement Claim Submittal Deadlines
96-002 Abandoned and Orphaned Tanks
96-001 Reimbursement of Costs Associated with UST Removals
95-001 Eligibility of Registering Storage Tanks
94-023 Reduction for Failure to Comply with Regulatory Guidelines
94-011 Copyrighted Documents

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