Category: DEQ

Environmental Justice in Utah

The Utah Department of Environmental Quality is committed to environmental justice in Utah, both through the continuation of current efforts and improving on and identifying areas of our work where we can address the environmental conditions that disproportionately impact disadvantaged and underserved communities. We will accomplish this by partnering with impacted communities and engaging with …

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Payment Portal

Air Quality Drinking Water Environmental Response & Remediation Waste Management & Radiation Control Water Quality

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DEQ’s Metrics

Find our department metrics here. Skip to a division using the buttons, below, or by using the menu.

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Lead

Lead is a heavy metal found naturally in the environment and manufactured products such as lead-acid batteries, lead-based paints, leaded glass, solder, chemicals, and older water distribution systems with lead pipes, solders, and fittings. Lead is a persistent chemical that accumulates in soils, aquatic systems, sediments, and some plants, animals, and other organisms. Since 1990, …

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Programs Index

Air Quality Programs Business Assistance Programs Drinking Water Programs Environmental Response and Remediation Programs Waste Management and Radiation Control Programs Radiation Control Programs Waste Management Programs Water Quality Programs

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Services

Partners Local health departments, EPA partnership planning, and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission partnership planning. EPA Partnership Planning End of Year Reports Performance Partnership Agreements (PPA) Local Health Departments Environmental Service Delivery Plan LHD Contacts Unified State Laboratories Email Alerts (Environmental Quality Listservs) Free Email notification of meetings, updates, and new information related to many DEQ …

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Environmental Maps

Air Quality Areas Static map of national ambient air quality standards areas of non-attainment and maintenance in Utah. (5/99). Requires PDF reader. Aquifer Classification Maps for Utah’s Ground Water DEQ Interactive Map A clickable map for information regarding sites regulated by the Department of Environmental Quality. Mercury Sampling Sites and Consumption Advisories Locations of fish …

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Fees

Asbestos and Lead Fees (83.16 KB) Includes Uniform Division Fees, Certification and Demolition Fees, and Asbestos and Lead Abatement Fees. Class V Inventory Review Fee: Utah Underground Injection Control (UIC) Program Injection well owner/operators of all Class V injection wells which are not authorized by a UIC permit must submit inventory information according to the …

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Fee Schedules

Current Schedule 2024 Fee Schedule-Draft 2023 Fee Schedule Fee Hearing Archive (September 30, 2021) Fee Hearing Archive (September 24, 2020) The public comment period for the Draft Fee Schedule occurs every year around September. Visit the DEQ’s Utah Public Notice page to find the next upcoming hearing. Archive (By Fiscal Year) 2022 Fee Schedule-Proposed Addition …

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Forms Index

Division Forms Pages Forms by Title A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

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Shootaring Canyon Uranium Mill:
Anfield Resources Holding, Corp.

Update February 1, 2016 On January 29, 2016 the Director of the Division of Waste Management and Radiation Control approved the Transfer of Control of the Shootaring Canyon Uranium Mill from Uranium One Americas, Inc. to Anfield Resources Holding Corporation (Anfield Resources). Transfer of control of the Mill also included changing the name of Radioactive …

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Cornerstone (Kennecott’s Expansion Project):
Kennecott Utah Copper LLC

Introduction In 2011 Kennecott Utah Copper LLC announced a proposal to expand the life of its Bingham Canyon Mine located in the southwest Salt Lake County. The expansion project, called “Cornerstone,” included widening the Bingham Canyon pit to accommodate operations focused on the mining and processing of ore located on the southeast margin of the …

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