General Industrial Permits
Storm Water Program Coordinator:
The finalized permit and fact sheet for general permit NDR05-0000, stormwater discharges associated with industrial activity, may be found by clicking on the corresponding links to the left. The effective date of the general permit was April 1, 2015.
Industrial permits are required if a facility falls under a specific primary SIC (Standard Industrial Classification) Code. Examples of industrial activity under these codes include, but are not limited to Asphalt/Concrete plants, Landfills, Manufacturing, and Transportation.
Find your facility's SIC code on the OSHA Website.
See the EPA Website to find out if your facility requires a permit.
To apply for permit coverage, a Notice of Intent (NOI) form must be filled out and submitted to the Department along with the Storm Water Pollution Prevention (SWPP) Plan. Permit and forms are available in the links on the left side menu.
There is no fee to obtain storm water discharge permits.
Notice of Intent (NOI) - this form is used to apply for permit
General Permit Requirements:
BMPs (Best Management Practices) must be utilized to prevent hazardous materials and other materials used at an industrial facility from leaving the site with storm water runoff. It is up to the owner to determine and install the appropriate BMPs for their facility.
The Division of Waste Management publishes guidance documents to assist industrial facilities in developing BMPs or procedures that ensure that hazardous wastes are handled accordingly. These guides also help minimize the potential for storm water pollution. Publications can be found on the Division of Waste Management Publications webpage.
Storm water sampling is required for the facilities (industrial activities) identified in the permit. The specific monitoring conditions and parameter list for each facility group is outlined in Appendix 1 of the permit. DMR forms for a specific group may be obtained by contacting the Department.
Last Updated: 04/02/2015