On February 27, 2014, Washington Ecology released WQWebSubmittals. This new application will accept most water quality permit required submittals electronically into Ecology’s secure online service. Submittals include many types of documents, examples are: Annual Report; Wasteload Assessment; Outfall Evaluation; etc. If a submittal is required in your permit you can upload and sign it through this new application. If you are covered under a general permit you will be required to reapply for coverage using an electronic Notice of Intent which is or will also be located in the Portal. Individual permit holders will at first not be able to upload permit renewal applications but this will be a feature in the future. For questions contact WQWebPortal@ecy.wa.gov. Phone: 1-800-633-6193 (option 3).
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The Georgia Environmental Protection Division (EPD) Watershed Protection Branch offices have moved. Offices formerly located at 4220 and 4244 International Parkway in Atlanta have relocated to the Twin Towers (Floyd Building) and the State Agriculture Building in downtown Atlanta. The Storm Water Unit mailing address is now: 2 MLK, Jr. Dr. S.W., Suite 1462, Atlanta, GA 30334. The memo published by the Watershed Protection Branch can be found at this link: http://www.gaepd.org/Documents/WPB_AddressChangeNotice010914.pdf.
The Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) reauthorized the General Permit for Stormwater Discharges Associated With Industrial Activity (VAR05). The 2014 Industrial Stormwater GP Regulation was adopted by the State Water Control Board on December 17, 2013, and the new permit will become effective on July 1, 2014. According to DEQs website registration statements for existing permittees are due by May 2, 2014. A new registration statement will be posted on the DEQs website in early February 2014. More information can be located on the DEQ website at:
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