To protect groundwater and surface water quality.
Temporary (120 days or less) discharges to the ground or groundwater with the potential to contaminate surface water or wetlands.
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
Typically, five to 15 days.
Expiration is 120 days.
Status of Current Applications
Groundwater Permit Search
More Information (optional)
Temporary Discharge Permits for Well Rehabilitation (Fact Sheet WD-DWGB-22-7)
Groundwater Discharge Permitting and Registration or (603) 271-2858.
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