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Groundwater Discharge Permitting and Registration
Temporary Groundwater Discharge Permit

Purpose
To protect groundwater quality.

Applicability
Temporary (120 days or less) discharges to the ground or groundwater.

Statute and Administrative Rules
RSA 485-A:13 Water Pollution And Waste Disposal/Water Discharge Permits
RSA 485:3, X New Hampshire Safe Drinking Water Act/Public Water Supply Protection Program
RSA 485-C:6 Groundwater Protection Act/Ambient Groundwater Quality Standards
Env-Wq 402 Groundwater Discharge Permit and Registration Rules

Application
Temporary Groundwater Discharge Permit Application Microsoft Word Symbol

Fee
None.

Processing Time
Typically five to 15 days.

Term/Renewal
Expiration in 120 days.

Modification/Amendments
Not modifiable.

Transferability
Not transferable.

Appeals
Any person aggrieved by a final decision can appeal to the Water Council in accordance with RSA 21 0:7.

Status of Current Applications
Groundwater Permit Search

More Information
Temporary Discharge Permits for Well Rehabilitation Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol(Fact Sheet WD-DWGB-22-7)

Contact Us
Groundwater Discharge Permitting and Registration or (603) 271-2858.

 

 

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