Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Water Quality Control Division Stormwater Program www.cdphe.state.co.us/wq/PermitsUnit Matt Czahor at (303)-692-3575. Basis for Water Quality Permitting. 1972 – Clean Water Act established.
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Colorado Department of PublicHealth and EnvironmentWater Quality Control DivisionStormwater Programwww.cdphe.state.co.us/wq/PermitsUnitMatt Czahor at (303)-692-3575
Q: WHAT DISCHARGES FROM AN INDUSTRIAL SITE NEED A STATE CDPS PERMIT?
A: ANY WATER DISCHARGED FROM THE INDUSTRIAL SITE NEEDS A PERMIT. (except water associated with: fire fighting activities, springs, or landscape irrigation return flow.)
Contact: Matt Czahor at (303)-692-3575
Local Municipality permitting Construction Dewatering (Water Quality Control Division)Chris Gates – 303-692-3539 Minimal Industrial Discharge (Water Quality Control Division) Chris Gates – 303-692-3539 404 Permitting (Army Corps of Engineers) 303-979-4120Fugitive Dust (Air Pollution Control Division) 303-692-3100