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General Multi-Sector Industrial Storm Water Permit
Industrial Storm Water (UPDES)


Permit Coverage

Create Online Account (NOI) for New Permits/Access to Existing Permits

  • Create Online Account/Access to Existing Permits
    First create an "utah.gov" account, then "login" to the database to submit a Notice of Intent (NOI) for coverage under the general permit (see Permit Coverage).  An annual fee of $150 is required.  The online account cannot be used to renew permits. If you need a hard copy of the NOI form, download here: DOC | PDF
  • Industrial Storm Water Notice of Termination: DOC | PDF
    An industrial activity may submit a Notice of Termination (NOT) form when their facilities no longer have any storm water discharges.
  • No Discharge Form: DOC | PDF
    An industrial facility that does not discharge may formally opt for exclusion from obtaining an Industrial Storm Water Permit by signing and submitting a No Discharge form to the DWQ.

  • No Exposure Certification: PDF
    An industrial facility may opt for exclusion from an Industrial Storm Water Permit by submitting a No Exposure Certification that is available online or as a hard copy. A condition of no exposure exists when all industrial materials and activities are protected by a storm resistant shelter to prevent exposure to rain, snow, snow melt, and/or runoff. Beginning July 1, 2015, the fee will be $100 for the five-year certification period.

Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)

  • General SWPPP Template
    Use the SWPPP template to comply with UPDES general permit requirements.
    NOTE: this is just a basic template. refer to the general permit (MSGP) and your specific requirements under appendix II for your industrial sector. This SWPPP is not complete until you include requirements for your industrial sector.

  • General SWPPP Worksheet
    Use the SWPPP Worksheet to compile a list of potential pollutant sources, pollutants, BMPs, and site inspections.

Best Management Practices (BMPs)

Monitoring and Reporting Requirements

Related Resources

  • EPA's Stormwater Page
    EPA’s Stormwater Web page that provides technical and regulatory information about the NPDES stormwater program.

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