NPDES General Permits NCG17 (Textiles), NCG18 (Furniture), NCG15 (Airports), NCG16 (Asphalt), NCG19 (Marinas), NCG02 (Mining), & NCG20 (Scrap Metal) expire this year. Permittees DO NOT need to submit an application to renew their permit COC unless directed by the Division (see 15A NCAC 02H .0127(e)). Instead, permittees should fill out our Online Renewal Request Form. Draft permits were posted for public comment on our Events Calendar.
UPDATE ON NCG17: NCG17 was issued July 31st. E-renewal instructions were e-mailed to permittees on 8/11. Here is our record of NCG17 COCs accessed on-line.
UPDATE ON NCG15 & NCG18: NCG15 and NCG18 were issued and became effective September 1st. Instructions and PINs went out to permittees that requested e-renewal the week of 9/8-9/12 (unless fees owed). Here are our records of NCG15 COCs accessed and NCG18 COCs accessed on-line (as of 11/19).
UPDATE ON NCG16: NCG16 was issued and became effective on October 1st. E-renewal instructions were e-mailed to permittees on 10/8 (unless fees owed). Here are our records of NCG16 COCs accessed (as of 11/19).
UPDATE ON NCG19: NCG19 (Marinas) will likely be delayed until the end of the year. Permittees should check this website for updates and continue to operate under current permit conditons.
The following list is provided for informational purposes only and accurate as of the date of posting:
Active NPDES Stormwater Permit List Updated 10/6/2014
NPDES Industrial Stormwater General Permits click here.
NPDES Stormwater Program
The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) stormwater permitting program regulates three types of activities: Industrial activities that fall in one of 10 categories; Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s); and Construction activities that disturb an acre or more.
State Stormwater Programs
The State Stormwater Permitting Programs regulate site development and post-construction stormwater runoff control. Areas subject to these permit programs include all 20 coastal counties, and various other counties and watersheds throughout the state. Areas subject can be found using the Interactive Stormwater Permitting Map Viewer. What does Phase II have to do with State Stormwater?