Apply for a waste discharge authorization

Find out how to apply for a waste discharge authorization under the Environmental Management Act (EMA).

Last updated: November 18, 2021

Application instructions and forms

Each activity listed below has a specific application process to discharge waste.

You may need one or more authorizations depending on the waste activities at your site.

If your activity is not captured below, review the waste and activity list.

 

Agricultural boilers and heaters   

Authorization requirements

Review the Code of Practice for Agricultural Environmental Management to familiarize yourself with the requirements.

Target timeline

  • This application follows the simple process
  • Authorization is valid 45 days after a complete application is submitted, unless otherwise notified by the ministry
  • You will receive an acknowledgement letter within 90 days of a complete application

Fees

  • No application fee 
  • No annual fee

How to apply

You need the following to complete the online application:

  • Information about who will hold the authorization: 
    • This can be an individual or a corporation (Note: Authorizations can not be granted to a partnership)
    • If it is a company, you need the legal company name as registered with the BC Registrar of Companies, for example, ABC Ltd.
  • Name, fuel type and size in megawatts (MW) of each boiler and heater you want to register
  • Contact information for the person that knows the technical details of the boilers and heaters
  • Information about where the boilers or heaters are located including:
    • Facility type
    • Location
    • Nearest city
    • Latitude and longitude
  • Details about the land the boilers or heaters are located on, including:
    • Category of land ownership
    • Legal description or ID number (for example, PID or lands file number)
    • Legal owner information
  • Mailing, legal and billing addresses

Apply online

*Assistance with the electronic application form is available at FrontCounter BC locations or by telephone at 1-877-855-3222.

Note: Other materials applied to agricultural land may be subject to additional rules including the Code of Practice for Soil Amendments and the Organic Matter Recycling Regulation. Learn more about agricultural environmental management.

Authorization requirements

Review the Asphalt Plant Regulation to familiarize yourself with the requirements.

Target timeline

  • You must submit an application form within 30 days of acquiring ownership of a hot in place asphalt plant or hot mix asphalt plant
  • You must submit an application form within 14 days of relocating a mobile plant
  • Authorization is immediate unless otherwise notified by the ministry
  • This application follows the simple process and you will receive a letter within 90 days of a complete submission

Fees

How to apply

For all new plants and notifications for mobile plant relocation:

 

Authorization requirements

The Organic Matter Recycling Regulation (OMRR) specifies requirements for compost facilities. For additional information and guidance refer to the Organic Matter Recycling Regulation and Guidelines.

There are two authorization processes for compost facilities depending on size and waste stream.


Small compost facilities application

An authorization is required to compost less than 5,000 tonnes dry weight of finished compost per year processed from any feedstocks listed in the Organic Matter Recycling Regulation.

How to apply

At least 90 days before beginning operation

Target timeline 

  • Authorization is immediate unless otherwise notified by the ministry
  • This application follows the simple process and you will receive a letter within 90 days of a complete submission

Fees

  • No application fee 
  • No annual fee

Large compost facilities application

An authorization is required to compost greater than or equal to 5,000 tonnes dry weight of finished compost per year processed from any food waste or biosolids as listed in the Organic Matter Recycling Regulation.

Target timeline

  • This application follows the complex process and may take up to 4.5 years to complete

Fees

Step 1: Start intake application

Preliminary application package

Complete:

Submit:

Target timeline:

  • Complete applications receive a tracking number within 30 days

Step 2: Pre-application meeting

Ministry staff will contact you to arrange a pre-application meeting and will provide a draft Information Requirements Table (IRT) for composting (PDF, 324KB) or Word Template.



During the meeting

You will:


After the meeting

You will receive:


Target timeline

Pre-application meetings will be held within 120 days of your submission of a completed application.

Step 3: Application submission 

You may be required to complete some or all of the following information as listed in your Application Instruction Document (AID):

To submit your final application package

Complete:

Reminders for submission:

  • Only PDF and Excel file formats are accepted
  • Data must be attached to an email and not in the body of the email
  • For documents larger than 50MB submit via multiple emails and number the emails in the subject line (For example: Email 1 of 5, 2 of 5, 3 of 5)

Submit all forms and plans to:

Target timeline:

  • You have up to 36 months to submit the complete final application package 

Step 4: Review and decision

Ministry staff will conduct a technical review of your submission. You may be contacted to provide additional details or information. 

Target timeline:

  • Once you submit a completed application, processing time is up to 12 months

Authorization requirements

Review the Concrete and Concrete Products Code of Practice to familiarize yourself with the requirements.

Target timeline

  • This application follows the simple process
  • Authorization is valid 45 days after a complete application is submitted, unless otherwise notified by the ministry
  • You will receive an acknowledgement letter within 90 days of a complete application

Fees

  • Annual fee of $400 is due upon application 
  • Subsequent annual fees will be invoiced

How to apply

You need the following to complete the online application:

  • Information about who will hold the authorization: 
    • This can be an individual or a corporation (Note: Authorizations can not be granted to a partnership)
    • If it is a company, you need the legal company name as registered with the BC Registrar of Companies, for example, ABC Ltd.
  • Type of air pollution, effluent and pH control equipment on site
  • Proposed solid waste management plan
  • Name of legal land owner or association
  • Contact information for technical details about the facility  
  • Facility location including:
    • Facility type
    • Location
    • Nearest city
    • Latitude and longitude
  • Land details, including:
    • Category of land ownership
    • Legal description or ID number, for example, PID or lands file number
    • Legal owner information
  • Mailing, legal and billing addresses

Apply online

*Assistance with the electronic application form is available at FrontCounter BC locations or by telephone at 1-877-855-3222.

Additional information and guidance:

Authorization requirements

This application is for registering a hazardous waste site under the Hazardous Waste Regulation (HWR).

Target timeline

  • This application follows the complex process and can take up to 4.5 years to complete

Fees


Other permission and notification may be required for:

  • Return collection facilities 
  • Hazardous waste generators (BCG registration)
  • Transport license
  • Manifesting

Details, guidance and registration for the above activities.   


Step 1: Start your intake application

You need to prepare an initial intake application. Depending on your activity and the types of waste, you may need one or more of the following authorizations.



Request for substitution to requirements 


Step 2: Pre-application meeting

Ministry staff will contact you to arrange a pre-application meeting and provide a draft Information Requirements Table for HWR Registered Site Applications (PDF, 463KB) or Word Template.

To get ready for the meeting: 

At the meeting you can: 

Following the meeting you will receive:

Target timeline:

  • Pre-application meetings will be held within 120 days of your submission of a completed application

Step 3: Application submission 

You may need to complete some or all of the following guidance documents as listed in your AID:

These are optional Word templates and must be used with the guidance documents above.

To submit your final application package

Complete:

Reminders for submission:

  • Only PDF and Excel file formats are accepted
  • Data must be attached to an email not put in the body of the email
  • For documents larger than 50MB submit via multiple emails and number the emails in the subject line (For example: Email 1 of 5, 2 of 5, 3 of 5)

Submit all forms and plans to:

Target timeline:

  • You have up to 36 months to submit the complete final application package 

Step 4: Review and decision 

  • Ministry staff will conduct a technical review of your submission 
  • You may be contacted to provide additional details or information

Target timeline:

  • Once you submit a completed application, the estimated processing time is up to 12 months

Authorization requirements

Land application of Class B compost and biosolids are regulated under the Organic Matter Recycling Regulation.

Target timeline

  • You must submit a completed notification form at least 30 days prior to land application. 
  • You will receive confirmation of receipt from the ministry within 30 days
  • This activity follows the simple process to get authorized.

Fees

  • No fees

How to apply

Complete:

Submit the notification form only to: PermitAdministration.VictoriaEPD@gov.bc.ca

Authorization requirements

Review the Land-based Finfish Waste Control Regulation to familiarize yourself with the requirements.

Target timeline

  • Authorization is immediate unless otherwise notified by the ministry
  • This application follows the simple process and you will receive a letter within 90 days of a complete submission

Fees

  • No fees

How to apply

You will need the following to complete the online application:

  • Information about who will hold the authorization: 
    • This can be an individual or a corporation (Note: Authorizations can not be granted to a partnership)
    • If it is a company, you need the legal company name as registered with the BC Registrar of Companies, for example, ABC Ltd.
  • Annual finfish production rate
  • Maximum daily effluent volume to be discharged to water
  • Dilution ratio.  If less than or equal to 20:1 you must submit a Receiving Water Quality Report
  • Fisheries Act aquaculture license number
  • Site plan
  • Contact information for facilities technical details 
  • Facility location including:
    • Facility type
    • Location
    • Nearest city
    • Latitude and longitude
  • Land details, including:
    • Category of land ownership
    • Legal description or ID number (for example, PID or lands file number)
    • Legal owner information
  • Mailing, legal and billing addresses

Apply online

*Assistance with the electronic application form is available at FrontCounter BC locations or by telephone at 1-877-855-3222.

 

Authorization requirements

Review the Waste Discharge Regulation and Implementation Guide (PDF, 592KB) to familiarize yourself with the requirements.

The Mining Operations Fact Sheet (PDF, 221KB) provides an overview of the roles each provincial and federal agency play in regulating mining in B.C.

Refer to placer mining information if you are applying for an authorization to placer mine.

Target timeline

  • This application follows the complex process and can take up to 4.5 years to complete

Fees 

How to apply

Step 1: Start your application

Complete initial intake package including:

Submit:

Target timeline:

  • Completed applications will receive a tracking number within 30 days

Step 2:  Pre-application meeting

Ministry staff will contact you to:


Before the meeting

Prepare and review:


During the meeting

You will be able to:


After the meeting

You will receive:


Target timeline

Pre-application meetings will be held within 120 days of your submission of a completed application.


Step 3: Application submission

Your AID will list what plans, documents and reports are needed for your authorization. 

You may need one or more of the following guidance documents as listed in your AID to complete a Technical Assessment Report: 

For a complete listing of all guidance go to the mining and smelting guidance page.

To submit your final application package 

Complete:

Reminders for submission:

  • Only PDF and Excel file formats are accepted
  • Data must be attached to an email and not put in the body of the email
  • For documents larger than 50MB submit via multiple emails and number the emails in the subject line (For example: Email 1 of 5, 2 of 5, 3 of 5)

Submit all forms and plans to:

Target timeline:

  • You have up to 36 months to submit the complete final application package 

Step 4: Review and decision 

Ministry staff will conduct a technical review of your submission. You may be contacted to provide additional details or information. 

Target timeline:

  • Once you submit a completed application, the estimated processing time is up to 12 months

Authorization requirements

Review the Mushroom Compost Facilities Regulation to familiarize yourself with the requirements.

Target timeline

  • Authorization is immediate unless otherwise notified by the ministry
  • This application follows the simple process and you will receive a letter within 90 days of a complete submission

Fees

  • No fees

How to apply

You will need the following to complete the online application:

  • Information about who will hold the authorization: 
    • This can be an individual or a corporation (Note: Authorizations can not be granted to a partnership)
    • If it is a company, you need the legal company name as registered with the BC Registrar of Companies, for example, ABC Ltd.
  • Annual design capacity cubic metres per year (m3/yr)
  • Financial security status
  • Ensure your Qualified Professional has filled out the Declaration of Competency (PDF, 183KB) and Conflict of Interest (PDF, 229KB) forms
  • Plans prepared by a Qualified Professional 45 days prior to construction including:
    • Pollution Prevention Plan
    • Design Plan
    • Construction Plan 
  • Contact information for facilities technical details 
  • Facility location including:
    • Facility type
    • Location
    • Nearest city
    • Latitude and longitude
  • Land details, including:
    • Category of land ownership
    • Legal description or ID number (for example, PID or lands file number)
    • Legal owner information
  • Mailing, legal and billing addresses

Apply online

*Assistance with the electronic application form is available at FrontCounter BC locations or by telephone at 1-877-855-3222.

Additional mushroom compost facilities information.

Authorization requirements

Review the Petroleum Storage and Distribution Facilities Storm Water Regulation to familiarize yourself with the requirements.

Target timeline

  • Authorization is immediate unless otherwise notified by the ministry
  • This application follows the simple process and you will receive a letter within 90 days of a complete submission

Fees

  • No fees

How to apply

You will need the following to complete the online application:

  • Information about who will hold the authorization: 
    • This can be an individual or a corporation (Note: Authorizations can not be granted to a partnership)
    • If it is a company, you need the legal company name as registered with the BC Registrar of Companies, for example, ABC Ltd.
  • Total number of storage tanks
  • Total volume of storage tanks
  • Total volume of oil/water separators or treatment devices
  • Description of discharge point for all separators or treatment devices
  • Contact information for facilities technical details 
  • Facility location including:
    • Facility type
    • Location
    • Nearest city
    • Latitude and longitude
  • Land details, including:
    • Category of land ownership
    • Legal description or ID number (for example, PID or lands file number)
    • Legal owner information
  • Mailing, legal and billing addresses

Apply online

*Assistance with the electronic application form is available at FrontCounter BC locations or by telephone at 1-877-855-3222.

Additional fuel tank information.

 

Sewage and municipal wastewater

Authorization Requirements

Review the Municipal Wastewater Regulation to familiarize yourself with the requirements.

Target timeline

  • This application follows the complex process and can take up to 4.5 years to complete

Fees

How to apply

Step 1: Intake 

Complete all forms below for the initial intake package:

Choose the form or forms for your type of discharge and download and complete:

Submit:

Target timeline:

  • Complete applications receive a tracking number within 30 days

Step 2: Pre-application meeting

Ministry staff will provide a file tracking number and arrange a pre-application meeting. To get ready for the meeting, prepare: 

Ministry staff will: 

  • Review application with you
  • Discuss the process and requirements to submit the final application package
  • Provide an Application Instruction Document (AID)
  • Confirm final IRT requirements

Target timeline:

  • Pre-application meetings will be held within 120 days of your submission of a completed application

Step 3: Application submission 

Following your pre-application meeting, you will know which of the following will be required to complete your application: 

Reminders for submission:

  • Only PDF and Excel file formats are accepted
  • Data must be attached to an email and not in the body of the email
  • For documents larger than 50MB submit via multiple emails and number the emails in the subject line (For example: Email 1 of 5, 2 of 5, 3 of 5)

Submit:

Step 4: Review and decision 

  • Ministry staff will conduct a technical review of your submission 
  • You may be contacted to provide additional details or information

Target timeline:

  • Once you submit a completed application, the estimated processing time is up to 12 months

Additional information and guidance on:

Authorization requirements

Review the Code of Practice for the Slaughter and Poultry Processing Industries to familiarize yourself with the requirements.

Note: Notification of Land Application Form (PDF, 471KB) is required if land applying composted slaughter or poultry processing wastes 

Target timeline

  • This application follows the simple process
  • Authorization is valid 45 days after a complete application is submitted, unless otherwise notified by the ministry
  • You will receive an acknowledgement letter within 90 days of a complete application

Fees

  • No application fee 
  • Annual fee, $200 per type of waste (for example, solid waste, wastewater, or air discharges from incinerators)
  • Annual fee due at the time of application

How to apply

You will need the following to complete the online application:

  • Information about who will hold the authorization: 
    • This can be an individual or a corporation (Note: Authorizations can not be granted to a partnership)
    • If it is a company, you need the legal company name as registered with the BC Registrar of Companies, for example, ABC Ltd.
  • Annual production in tonnes live weight killed per year
  • Maximum wastewater discharged in cubic metres per day
  • Discharge sources (red meat or poultry)
  • All discharge types (liquid, solid, semi-solid, air)
  • Vector Control Plan
  • Ensure your Qualified Professional has filled out the Declaration of Competency (PDF, 183KB) and Conflict of Interest (PDF, 229KB) forms
  • Additional plans prepared by a Qualified Professional including:
    • Nutrient Management Plan for Wastewater
    • Nutrient Management Plan for Land Application of Compost Product
    • Groundwater monitoring and assessment plan
    • Landfill Closure Plan
  • Contact information for facilities technical details 
  • Facility location including:
    • Facility type
    • Location
    • Nearest city
    • Latitude and longitude
  • Land details, including:
    • Category of land ownership
    • Legal description or ID number (for example, PID or lands file number)
    • Legal owner information
  • Mailing, legal and billing addresses

Apply online

*Assistance with the electronic application form is available at FrontCounter BC locations or by telephone at 1-877-855-3222.

More information on slaughter and poultry processing requirements.

Authorization requirements

The Code of Practice for Soil Amendments regulates the storage of amendment materials and land application criteria.

If applying more than 5 m3 of soil amendments per year a land application plan must be prepared and signed by a Qualified Professional and in accordance with the Land Application Guidelines (PDF, 8MB).

Target timeline

  • This application follows the simple process
  • Authorization is valid 30 days after a complete application is submitted, unless otherwise notified by the ministry
  • You will receive an acknowledgement letter within 90 days of a complete application

Fees

  • No fees

How to apply

You will need the following to fill out the online application:

  • Information about who will hold the authorization: 
    • This can be an individual or a corporation (Note: Authorizations can not be granted to a partnership)
    • If it is a company, you need the legal company name as registered with the BC Registrar of Companies, for example, ABC Ltd.
  • Contact information for facilities technical details 
  • Application location including:
    • Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR) status and its agricultural uses
    • If it is in a drinking water watershed
    • If it is agricultural land and its agricultural uses
    • Previous waste management authorizations
    • Number of applications and details about soil amendments that have been applied
    • Application rate
    • Concentration of substances in receiving soil (as per Section 6 of the Code)
    • Land Application Plan prepared by at Qualified Professional. Ensure your Qualified Professional has filled out the Declaration of Competency (PDF, 183KB) and Conflict of Interest (PDF, 229KB) forms
    • Location
    • Regional District
    • Nearest city
    • Latitude and longitude
  • Land details, including:
    • Category of land ownership
    • Legal description or ID number (for example, PID or lands file number)
    • Legal owner information
    • Mailing, legal and billing addresses
    • Map or site plan

Apply online

*Assistance with the electronic application form is available at FrontCounter BC locations or by telephone at 1-877-855-3222.

For additional guidance, please review the Land Application Guidelines (PDF, 8MB)

Authorization requirements

A person that operates or plans to operate a vehicle dismantling operation must have:

Target timeline

  • Authorization is immediate unless otherwise notified by the ministry
  • This application follows the simple process and you will receive a letter within 90 days of a complete submission

Fees

  • No fees

How to apply

You will need the following to fill out the online application:

  • Information about membership with an association that has an Environmental Management Plan
  • Association address and contact information
  • Contact information for facilities technical details 
  • Facility location including:
    • Facility type
    • Location
    • Nearest city
    • Regional District
    • Latitude and longitude
  • Land details, including:
    • Category of land ownership
    • Legal description or ID number (for example, PID or lands file number)
    • Legal owner information
    • Mailing, legal and billing addresses
    • Map or site plan
  • Information about who will hold the authorization: 
    • This can be an individual or a company
    • If it is a company, you need the legal company name as registered with the BC Registrar of Companies (for example ABC Ltd.)

Apply online

*Assistance with the electronic application form is available at FrontCounter BC locations or by telephone at 1-877-855-3222.

Additional vehicle recycling sector resources.

Authorization requirements

Review the Code of Practice for Industrial Non Hazardous Waste Landfills Incidental to the Wood Processing Industry to familiarize yourself with the necessary requirements to discharge. 

Target timeline

  • This application follows the simple process
  • Authorization is valid 45 days after a complete application is submitted, unless otherwise notified by the ministry
  • You will receive an acknowledgement letter within 90 days of a complete application

Fees

How to apply

You will need the following to fill out the online application:

  • Maximum volume of solid waste, in cubic metres per year (m3/year) to be landfilled
  • Total capacity design
  • Source and composition of the material to be landfilled
  • Conceptual closure plan (as per Section 3(2) of the Code)
  • Contact information for facilities technical details 
  • Facility location including:
    • Facility type
    • Location
    • Nearest city
    • Latitude and longitude
  • Land details, including:
    • Category of land ownership
    • Legal description or ID number (for example, PID or lands file number)
    • Legal owner information
  • Mailing, legal and billing addresses

For a large landfill facility, as defined in the Code, you must also submit the following reports prepared by a Qualified Professional:

  • Waste Characterization Report
  • Design Plan
  • Operational Plan

Ensure your Qualified Professional has filled out the Declaration of Competency (PDF, 183KB) and Conflict of Interest (PDF, 229KB) forms.

Apply online

*Assistance with the electronic application form is available at FrontCounter BC locations or by telephone at 1-877-855-3222.

Additional information can be found in the Wood Waste Landfills Guideline (PDF, 462KB).

 

All other activities

Depending on your activity and the types of waste you plan to release, you may need one or more of the following authorizations.

Authorization requirements

All businesses, governments and property owners must follow the Environmental Management Act (EMA) and Waste Discharge Regulation when discharging waste to air.

Target timeline

  • This application follows the complex process and can take up to 4.5 years to complete

Fees 

How to apply

Step 1: Intake

Complete all forms below for the initial intake package:

Submit:

Target timeline:

  • Complete applications receive a tracking number within 30 days

Step 2: Pre-application meeting

Ministry staff will provide a file tracking number and arrange a pre-application meeting. To get ready for the meeting, prepare: 

Ministry staff will: 

  • Review application with you
  • Discuss the process and requirements to submit the final application package
  • Provide an Application Instruction Document (AID)
  • Confirm final IRT requirements

Target timeline:

  • Pre-application meetings will be held within 120 days of your submission of a completed application

Step 3: Application submission 

Your AID will list what plans, documents and reports are needed for your authorization. 

You may need one or more of the following guidance documents as listed in your AID to complete your final application package:

Reminders for submission:

  • Only PDF and Excel file formats are accepted
  • Data must be attached to an email and not in the body of the email
  • For documents larger than 50MB submit via multiple emails and number the emails in the subject line (For example: Email 1 of 5, 2 of 5, 3 of 5)

Submit:

Step 4: Review and decision 

  • Ministry staff will conduct a technical review of your submission 
  • You may be contacted to provide additional details or information

Target timeline:

  • Once the completed application is submitted, the estimated processing time is up to 12 months

Authorization requirements

All businesses, governments and property owners must follow the Environmental Management Act (EMA) and Waste Discharge Regulation when discharging effluent.

Target timeline

  • This application follows the complex process and can take up to 4.5 years to complete

Fees 

How to apply

Step 1: Intake

Complete these forms:

Submit:

Target timeline:

  • Complete applications receive a file tracking number within 30 days

Step 2: Pre-application meeting

Ministry staff will contact you to arrange a pre-application meeting.

To get ready for the meeting, prepare:

At the meeting you will be able to: 

  • Review application with you
  • Discuss the process and requirements to submit the final application package
  • Provide an Application Instruction Document (AID)
  • Confirm final IRT requirements

Target timeline:

  • Pre-application meetings will be held within 120 days of your submission of a completed application

Step 3: Application submission 

Your AID will list what plans, documents and reports are needed for your authorization. 

You may need one or more of the following guidance documents as listed in your AID to complete your final application package:

Reminders for submission:

  • Only PDF and Excel file formats are accepted
  • Data must be attached to an email and not in the body of the email
  • For documents larger than 50MB submit via multiple emails and number the emails in the subject line (For example: Email 1 of 5, 2 of 5, 3 of 5)

Submit:

Step 4: Review and decision 

  • Ministry staff will conduct a technical review of your submission 
  • You may be contacted to provide additional details or information

Target timeline:

  • Once the completed application is submitted, the estimated processing time is up to 12 months

Authorization requirements

All businesses, governments and property owners must follow the Environmental Management Act (EMA) and Waste Discharge Regulation when discharging waste.

Target timeline

  • This application follows the complex process and can take up to 4.5 years to complete

Fees 

How to apply

Step 1: Intake

Complete all forms below for the initial intake package:

Submit:

Target timeline:

  • Complete applications receive a tracking number within 30 days

Step 2: Pre-application meeting

Ministry staff will provide a file tracking number and arrange a pre-application meeting. To get ready for the meeting, prepare:

Ministry staff will: 

  • Review application with you
  • Discuss the process and requirements to submit the final application package
  • Provide an Application Instruction Document (AID)
  • Confirm final IRT requirements

Target timeline:

  • Pre-application meetings will be held within 120 days of your submission of a completed application

Step 3: Application submission 

Your AID will list what plans, documents and reports are needed for your authorization. 

You may need one or more of the following guidance documents as listed in your AID to complete your final application package:

Reminders for submission:

  • Only PDF and Excel file formats are accepted
  • Data must be attached to an email and not in the body of the email
  • For documents larger than 50MB submit via multiple emails and number the emails in the subject line (For example: Email 1 of 5, 2 of 5, 3 of 5)

Submit:

Step 4: Review and decision 

  • Ministry staff will conduct a technical review of your submission 
  • You may be contacted to provide additional details or information

Target timeline:

  • Once the completed application is submitted, the estimated processing time is up to 12 months

 

Need help?

If you have questions about what process your discharge falls into, our authorization administration staff can help.

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