If the permittee would prefer a site specific analysis of mixing considerations and anti-degredation rules, the individual permit would apply.
A General Permit is appropriate when the permittee is able to and agrees to meet the standards in the General Permit. General Permits are easier to apply for and are usually issued in a shorter time frame
LOW RISK DISCHARGES
OTHER PERMITTING FORMS (see also Compliance Forms for contact changes and annual report forms)
Memo Note that both the Water Quality Control Division (WQCD) Permits Section and the Solid Waste Program in the Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division (HMWMD) regulate activities impacting ground water. The respective roles of the WQCD and HMWMD are described in the memorandum: Water Quality Control Division and Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division Solid Waste Program Coordination on Regulation of Groundwater Impacts Under SB-181.
Issued Enforcement Actions (January 1, 2009 through Present)For enforcment actions older than 2009, please contact the records center
Clean Water Compliance and Enforcement Unit
The Clean Water Compliance and Enforcement Unit monitors self reported data from facilities that have discharge permits. The Enforcement Specialists are in charge of working with these facilities to make sure that the State of Colorado's wastewater is meeting the guidelines set by the Clean Water Act.
For a list of Sewage, Commerce & Industry, and MS4 permits that are active
Active Stormwater Construction Permits
current through 3/1/2014
Construction Stormwater certifications issued in February List 3/1/14 - 3/4/14
Active Stormwater Industrial Permits
Current through 3/1/2014
If you have further questions, feel free to call 303-692-3517.
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