A permit is required for each truck used to manage the removal or transportation of sludge.
Any person or entity wishing to haul sludge over public roadways that has been generated, processed, transferred, stored, used or disposed in the State of New Hampshire must first apply for a sludge hauler permit.
Sludge Hauler Application
$100 for each vehicle. Municipalities that transport their own sludge are exempt.
Typically one week after the application is deemed complete.
Term is two years maximum. Permits expire on January 31 of the odd-numbered year following the date of issue. Permits are renewed by submitting an updated Sludge Hauler Application and the application fee, at least 30 days prior to permit expiration.
Permits may be transferred with prior approval by Wastewater Engineering Bureau, Residual Management Section according to Env-Wq 804.06.
Status of Current Applications
Contact Tim Sweatt at email@example.com or (603) 271-2492.
Sludge Hauling in New Hampshire (Fact Sheet WD-WEB-10)
Wastewater Engineering Bureau, Residual Management Section or (603) 271-3908.
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