To prevent pollution of surface water and to prevent nuisances and potential health hazards.
Any person or persons who discharge or dispose of any sewage or waste from a point source to surface water.
Joint NPDES and State Surface Water Discharge permits are applied for using EPA Permit Applications and Forms
If only a State Surface Water Discharge permit is needed, then refer to Env-Ws 401.04 Permit Application Required; Application Content (Env-Ws 401 State Surface Water Discharge Permits).
An application is due 180 days, at a minimum, prior to anticipated discharge for new dischargers.
Varies. Contact Stergios Spanos at email@example.com or (603) 271-6637.
Term is 5 years. A renewal application is due 180 days prior to expiration.
Permittees must submit written notification to EPA and the Wastewater Engineering Bureau for review and approval of any changes to the processes that may affect discharge quantity or characteristics prior to implementing the change.
Written notification must be submitted to EPA and the Wastewater Engineering Bureau for review and approval prior to the transfer.
Status of Current Applications
Contact Stergios Spanos at firstname.lastname@example.org or (603) 271-6637.
Wastewater Engineering Bureau, Permits and Compliance
The New Hampshire NPDES program is administered by the EPA NPDES Water Permit Program in New England.
Scope of the NPDES Program (Fact Sheet WD-WEB-21)
Federal Storm Water Permits (Fact Sheet WD-WEB-8)
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