Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Technicus Spiriticus
About
Communities and Collections
View all
Posts

Post has attachment
https://docs.legis.wisconsin.gov/2017/related/proposals/au7_ab1

Under this bill, a person may, without a permit, discharge dredged material or fill material into a nonfederal wetland that is located in an electronics and information technology manufacturing zone if the discharge is related to the construction, access, or operation of a new manufacturing facility that is also located in the zone. With respect to a federal wetland located in an electronics and information technology manufacturing zone, the bill provides that no state permit is required and that the state waives water quality certification. Under the bill, a federal permit for such a discharge is still required. The bill requires any adverse impacts to functional values of federal or nonfederal wetlands in an electronics and information technology manufacturing zone to be compensated at a ratio of two acres per each acre impacted through the purchase of credits from a mitigation bank, participation in the in lieu fee subprogram or escrow subprogram administered by DNR, or completion of mitigation within this state. Under current law, the general minimum ratio is 1.2 acres for each acre affected by the discharge.

Add a comment...

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Add a comment...

Post has attachment

Watch the wave-point and remember it.
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
Photo
Add a comment...

Post has attachment
https://blog.adafruit.com/2016/07/05/exclusive-interview-with-autodesk-about-the-cadsoft-eagle-purchase-autodesk-cadsofttech-technolomaniac/

Q: Eagle has great support for every desktop platform (windows, mac, linux) — is support for all those platforms something Autodesk sees as a priority going forward? Could cross platform support (like Linux support in particular) come to other Autodesk software life Fusion 360?

A: This is something we’re definitely aiming for. Fusion already runs under Windows and Mac so we have those OS’s covered. The goal is always to find the best way to address this and as connectivity becomes better, this opens up some interesting new ways to serve applications that work across platforms.
Add a comment...

Wait while more posts are being loaded