Municipal discharges include the discharge of waste water from municipal or quasi-municipal public sewer systems. Industrial discharge include the discharge of process water water, cooling water and other contaminated waters from industrial or commercial sources.
Licensing - Augusta: Gregg Wood 287-3901.
E-mail or call 287-3901 to order a publication or form.
If using a form is msword, please note that altered forms will not be accepted. Extending the length of a form so that more information may be included is not considered an alteration.
- Addition of Transported Wastes in Wastewater Treatment Facilities
- Atlantic Salmon Aquaculture - Notice of Intent for Coverage
- Aquatic Pesticides
- Aquatic Pesticide for the Control of Mosquito-Borne Diseases
- Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO)
- Finfish Aquaculture Facilities
- Fish Rearing Facilities
- Food Processing Facilities
- General Application Form for Waste Discharge Permit
- Outfall Information
- Post-Construction Discharge of Storm Water to The Long Creek Watershed
- Publicly Owned Treatment Facilities
- Subsurface Wastewater Disposal System
- Surface Wastewater Disposal System
- Waste Discharge Permit Application, Supplemental Information for Snow Dumps
EPA forms that may also be used are below. See: EPA Permit Forms & Attachments
- Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations and Aquatic Animal Production Facilities -- Consolidated Permits Program
- Existing Manufacturing, Commercial, Mining, and Silviculture Operations
- Facilities Which Do Not Discharge Process Wastewater
- Application for Permit to Discharge Stormwater -- Discharges Associated with Industrial Activity
- DEP 49. Monthly Report of Operation, Wastewater Treatment Facilities. This form is in EXCEL. Contact: Dick Darling (287-7806).
- Non Compliance/Discharge Incident Report form (msword file; pdf file)
- Effluent Mercury Test Report form (excel).
- Forms associated with the Water Toxics Rule.
Addiitonal information about the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination system Permit Program may be found on EPA's website.