Before you engage in an activity that could impact a stream, river, wetland, lake, other surface water or groundwater, make sure you have the required permit.
Animal Feeding Operations • Collection Systems • Groundwater Protection • Non-Discharge • NPDES Wastewater • Pretreatment • Stormwater • Wetlands
Animal Feeding Operations
Responsible for the permitting and compliance activities of animal feeding operations across the state.
Pipelines that carry untreated wastewater from its source - i.e. households, schools, industries - to a wastewater treatment plant.
Helps to protect and preserve the quality of groundwater resources by implementing pollution prevention strategies, compliance assessments, and abatement programs.
Wastewater treatment and disposal that does not discharge to surface waters.
National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Program - regulates direct discharges of treated and untreated wastewater to waters of the state.
The Federal and State Pretreatment Program gives regulatory authority for EPA, States, and municipal governments to control the discharge of industrial wastewater into municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants (WWTPs) or Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTWs).
NPDES and State permitting.
Compliance with federal regulations (401 Certification and Compliance) and state regulations for development activities with the potential to impact wetlands or streams is required.