WQ commerce and industry permitting

 
Permit forms that apply to all sectors
        For application supplement, 
change of contact, modification, narrative conditions report, transfer, etc.
 
Individual Permits
For a site-specific analysis of mixing considerations and antidegradation rules

General Permits
Appropriate when you’re able to and agree to meet the standards in the general permit. 
General permits are easier to apply for and are usually issued faster.
 
Name and number Permit documents Forms  
Aquatic Animal Production
COG130000
 
contact
Commercial Washing of Outdoor Structures
COG607000
 
contact
Coal Mining Process Water & Storm Water Combined
COG850000
 
contact
Metal Mining Industry Storm Water
COR040000
 
contact
Non-Contact Cooling Water
COG605000
 
contact
Non-Extractive Industries Storm Water 
COR900000
     Renewal information will be sent to all permitees in 
     December 2016. Early renewal? Fill out application. 
     Write in certification number in upper right hand corner
.
 
contact
No Exposure Exclusion from CDPS Storm Water Permitting
CONOX0000
 
application termination
 
Produced Water Treatment Facilities
COG840000
 
 
contact
Sand & Gravel Mining Wastewater &
      Storm Water
 combined
COG500000
 
contact
COR340000 Sand & Gravel Mining & Processing 
               
Storm Water Only
COG500000 now covers all discharges for sand and gravel
mining and processing.
Please use forms for the COG500000 general permit.
 
  contact
Subterranean Dewatering or Well Development
COG603000
 
contact
Water Treatment Plant Wastewater Discharge
COG641000
permit & fact sheet contact
 
 
 
 

    Memorandum
    Both the Water Quality Control Division permits section and the solid waste program in the Hazardous Materials and Waste Management Division regulate activities impacting groundwater. The divisions' respective roles 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.