Nebraska Administrative Code
Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy

Title 195 - Chemigation Regulations
Chapter 6 - Permits; Emergency
Effective Date of Last Revision: September 16, 2015

001 A person may file an application with the district for an emergency permit. An emergency permit shall be issued in accordance with the conditions of Chapter 3, 002.

001.01 If the district has not denied an emergency permit within two working days after the application is filed, the permit shall be deemed issued. Working day shall mean Monday through Friday but shall not include Saturday, Sunday, or a federal or state holiday. In computing two working days, the day of receipt of the permit is not included and the last day of the two working days is included.

001.02 An emergency permit shall be valid for a period of forty-five days from the date of issuance.

002 Any holder of an emergency permit or an applicator applying chemicals pursuant thereto who violates any of the provisions of the Nebraska Chemigation Act or standards, rules and regulations adopted under it, shall have such permit automatically revoked by the district or the Department, without a hearing and subject to penalties as specified in the Chemigation Act.

Enabling Legislation: Neb. Rev. Stat. ยงยง 46-1119(1)(3)

Legal Citation: Title 195, Ch. 6, Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality