Primary Industrial Stormwater Web Page.
This web page should contain summary information about your state’s industrial stormwater program.
General Permit Application (NOI).
Most industrial facilities have permit coverage under a statewide general permit that covers stormwater discharges from industrial facilities within the state. To obtain coverage under a statewide permit, you must submit a Notice of Intent (NOI) to your state agency (or EPA Regional office if you are in an unauthorized state). (Important note: Check below to see if there are any additional resources. If so you may find links to special application forms for your industrial sector.)
No Exposure Certification.
In lieu of submitting a permit application, if you qualify, use this form to provide your state agency (or EPA Regional office) written notification that your facility meets the definition of no exposure.
General Permit for the Discharge of Stormwater Associated with Industrial Activities
Follow this link to find someone in your state who can answer your questions about the stormwater permitting process.
Primary Water Authority.
The primary water agency, division, bureau or program in Florida is: Water Resource Protection Programs.
- Guidance for developing Pollution Prevention Plans and Best Management Practices
This booklet provides industrial facilities with summary guidance on the development of storm water pollution prevention plans and identification of appropriate Best Management Practices (BMPs). It provides technical assistance and support to all facilities subject to pollution prevention requirements established under National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits for storm water point source discharges.
- Fact Sheets for Storm Water Permits Coveraing all Industrial Sectors
The State of Florida Multi-Sector Generic Permit for Stormwater Discharge Associated with Industrial Activity divides the regulated industrial activities into 30 sectors of related activity. Links on this page go to fact sheets for each of the 30 sectors.
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