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Oklahoma Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (OPDES) Standards Fees - Stormwater

Forms

General Permit - Construction

General Permit - Industrial

No Exposure Certification of Storm Water Discharges Associated with Industrial Activity

Annual Comprehensive Site Compliance Evaluation Report for Industrial Facilities

Notice of Termination for Storm Water Discharges Associated with Industrial or Construction Activity

Inspection Request for Storm Water Discharges Associated with Construction Activity

 

New Application Fee for Processing Construction and Industrial NOIs

Effective July 1, 2011, DEQ will require payment for both the annual permit fee and the $100 application fee before issuing an authorization to discharge under DEQ's general storm water permits (OKR10 and OKR05). Please visit the following website to see the changes in OAC 252:606 effective July 1.  http://www.deq.state.ok.us/WQDnew/rules/252-606-TXT.pdf

Interactive Storm Water Notices of Intent (NOIs)

* Application and annual permit fees are due upon submittal of the NOI *

click one of the following links to access the interactive NOI

Form 606-002A NOI for Storm Water Discharge Associated With Construction Activity OKR10

Form 605-002B NOI for Storm Water Discharges Associated With Industrial Activity OKR05

 

Storm Water Program - Construction Sites

Authorizations are required for construction activities that disturb more than one acre, cumulative. This includes the installation or relocation of water or sewer lines that have the potential to disturb more than one acre. Construction activities that are on Indian Country Lands or are at oil and gas exploration and production related industry and pipeline operations that are under the jurisdiction of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission are regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency.

An authorization to discharge storm water from a construction activity must be obtained prior to the commencement of any soil disturbing activities. To receive an authorization the owner/operator of the project must submit a completed Notice of Intent, DEQ Form 606-002A to the ECLS/OKC office. The owner/operator must also develop and implement a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan for the site.

Authorizations are non-transferable and may only be terminated at the completion of the project. New owner/operators of existing projects must submit a NOI for the project at least two days before assuming operational control over the site or commencing work on the site.

Authorizations shall be terminated at the completion of the project or when there is a change of owner/operator for the entire project. Termination means that all of the temporary sediment control measures have been removed and that the site has had 70 percent vegetative cover established.

The owner/operator terminates an authorization by submitting a Notice of Termination, DEQ Form 606-003 to ECLS/OKC.

If you are unsure whether or not your site will pass the DEQ Termination Inspection, then we recommend submitting an Inspection Request, DEQ form 606-009 to ECLS/OKC. Our local field staff will perform a technical assistance inspection and let you know if you are ready to terminate.

Storm Water Program - Industrial Sites

Authorizations are required for industrial activities listed in Table 1-2 of the OKR05 General Permit. Industrial activities that are on Indian Country Lands or are at oil and gas exploration and production related industry and pipeline operations that are under the jurisdiction of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission are regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency.

An authorization to discharge storm water from an industrial activity must be obtained prior to the start of any operations. To receive an authorization the owner/operator of the facility must submit a completed Notice of Intent, DEQ Form 605-002B to the ECLS/OKC office. The owner/operator must also develop and implement a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan for the facility.

Authorizations are non-transferable. New owner/operators of existing facilities must submit a NOI for the facility at least two days before assuming operational control.

Authorizations shall be terminated when operations have ceased and there no longer are discharges of storm water associated with industrial activity from the facility.

The owner/operator terminates an authorization by submitting a Notice of Termination, DEQ Form 605-003 to ECLS/OKC.

Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3)

A SWP3 shall be developed for each construction site or industrial facility and maintained at the site. The SWP3 shall provide information that pertains to the site description, storm water controls, maintenance, inspections and non-storm water discharges.

Sites that are located in an Aquatic Resource of Concern as defined in General Permit OKR10 or General Permit OKR05 must submit the SWP3 with their NOI.

For additional information on the storm water program go to the storm water rules or contact Sandra Purvis at 405/702-6100.


 

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