Rules in Development
Last updated Aug. 4, 2017
Under Gov. Greitens' leadership, all state agencies are working to reduce regulations or other government processes that unnecessarily burden individuals and businesses while doing little to protect or improve public health, safety and our natural resources. The Missouri Department of Natural Resources is committed to limiting regulation to what is necessary to protect Missouri's environment, implement statutory mandates and maintain state control of programs. Any proposed changes to rules discussed on this page are being developed with these goals in mind. We welcome your comments to help insure that our regulations provide required protections but do not add unneeded costs.If you wish to provide comments on any existing department regulation, please visit the Department’s Red Tape Reduction website at http://dnr.mo.gov/redtapereduction.
Coal Combustion Residuals
On April 17, 2015, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published its final rule governing disposal of coal combustion residuals (CCR) produced by electric utilities. The rule became effective on Oct. 19, 2015. This rule regulates CCR from electric utilities as a non-hazardous solid waste under Subtitle D of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). This white paper discusses the role of several departmental programs in administering and enforcing Missouri Revised Statutes as they pertain to CCR management and disposal.