9/8/2014 The Board’s Notice of Appeal form has been revised to accommodate electronically filed
Notices of Appeal. Electronically filed Notices of Appeal will now be automatically served on the
Department of Environmental Protection’s Office of Chief Counsel and the Department officer who took the
action being appealed.
ATTENTION: 8/5/14 EHB Final Rulemaking will be published in the 8/9/14 issue of the
Pennsylvania Bulletin and will be available for viewing on Friday, 8/8/14, at 9 am at
www.pabulletin.com. The publication includes new rules on
mandatory electronic filing. We encourage you to read and familiarize yourselves with the new
rules, particularly those on mandatory electronic filing which the Board will begin to enforce on
9/8/14. Parties who have not registered for electronic filing should do so by 9/8/14 unless they are
excused from this requirement. You may register for electronic filing at
7/30/2014 The email address used to send out e-filing notifications has been changed to
LTCourtTech.Helpdesk@thomsonreuters.com. Please update your spam filter accordingly to prevent any
interruption in service. We appreciate your patience with this change.
6/12/2014 We are pleased to announce that we have reorganized our website. In addition, we have
uploaded the EHB Opinion and Adjudication Reporters from 1972 to 2013. You can find them by clicking on
the Rules, Decisions, and Resources tab.
Welcome to the Pennsylvania Environmental Hearing Board (the Board). Established by the Environmental Hearing
Board Act, 35 P.S. §§ 7511-7516, the Board hears appeals from actions of the Pennsylvania Department of
Environmental Protection. The Board holds hearings and issues Adjudications, Opinions, and Orders. Hearings
before the Board are similar to non-jury civil trials before Common Pleas Courts or Federal District Courts.
Appeals from Board decisions are taken to the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania. The Board’s Rules of Practice
and Procedure appear at 25 Pa. Code Chapter 1021. The five Judges of the Board are appointed by the Governor
subject to confirmation by the Pennsylvania State Senate.
Judges of the Environmental Hearing Board
Chairman and Chief Judge Thomas W. Renwand
Judge Michelle A. Coleman
Judge Bernard A. Labuskes Jr.
Judge Richard P. Mather, Sr.
Judge Steven C. Beckman