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News and Announcements
In April, a pilot program was launched to determine whether monitoring sewage for coronavirus could provide a useful tool for public health officials for early detection of rising infections, monitoring overall community infection trends, and confirmation of low infection rates.
Application Period for the Agricultural Incentive Program (VIP) July 1, 2020 through August 1, 2020
The Agricultural VIP Program has been developed to help agricultural producers improve crop yields, while improving water quality. This program will offer producers a one-time payment to develop a nutrient management plan and provide a per acre incentive payment for a three year period to implement that nutrient management plan. Applications will be accepted from July 1, 2020 through August 1, 2020. Read more …
Utah Inland Port Storm Water Sampling and Analysis Plan
This Sampling and Analysis Plan was prepared by DWQ for the collection of storm water samples required to establish baseline water quality conditions associated with the Utah Inland Port (UIP) and quantify impacts to water quality before, during and following development. This information will help direct the implementation of best management practices and mitigation measures to protect and improve water quality within the UIP area.
UPDES Stormwater Permits has a New Electronic Reporting Tool
NeTCGP and NeTMSGP Program Services are now available for electronic reporting of UPDES stormwater permits. You can manage your stormwater permit online including submission of new NOIs, changes to an NOI, renewals of an NOI, and submit a termination request.
For more information, visit our UPDES NeT Program Services for eReporting website.
2021 Nonpoint Source Pollution Grants
The Division of Water Quality would like to thank all those that applied for Nonpoint Source Pollution Grants. Many great applications were received, and we look forward to working with our partners to help improve water quality throughout the state as these projects are implemented
Electronic Documents Submissions
P.O. Box 144870
Erica Gaddis, Director
Salt Lake City, Utah
Phone: (801) 536-4300
FAX: (801) 536-4301 Contacts
Multi-Agency State Office Building
195 North 1950 West
Salt Lake City, Utah
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