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General Multi-Sector Industrial Storm Water Permit:
UPDES Permits

Permit Coverage

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

  • Create Online Account/Access to Existing Permits
    First create an “EPA CDX” 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 $250 is required. The online account can be used to renew permits. If you need a hard copy of the NOI form, download here: DOC (126 KB) | PDF (10 MB)
  • Industrial Storm Water Notice of Termination: DOC (124 KB) | PDF (205 KB)
    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 ( 20 KB) | PDF (254 KB)
    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 (408 KB)
    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. A fee of $150 is required for the five-year certification period.

Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)

  • General SWPPP Template (137 KB)
    Use the SWPPP template to comply with UPDES general permit requirements.
    NOTE: this is just a basic template. refer to the general permit (MSGP (5 MB) and your specific requirements under appendix I for your industrial sector. This SWPPP is not complete until you include requirements for your industrial sector.
  • General SWPPP Worksheet (19 KB)
    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

Program Contacts

Industrial Storm Water

Lisa Stevens (801) 536-4386


Jeanne Riley (801) 536-4369

Construction Storm Water

Ryan Curtin (801) 536-4368

Storm Water Specialist

Carl Adams (801) 536-4330

Storm Water Inspectors


Storm Water Database (801) 536-4300