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The Washington State Experience. Wendy Sue Wheeler Aquatic Pesticide Specialist Washington State Department of Agriculture Western Region Pesticide Meeting, May 19, 2010. What are the Different Permits. Two Types Aquatic Pesticide GENERAL Permits Aquatic Pesticide INDIVIDUAL Permits.

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    1. The Washington State Experience Wendy Sue Wheeler Aquatic Pesticide Specialist Washington State Department of Agriculture Western Region Pesticide Meeting, May 19, 2010

    2. What are the Different Permits Two Types Aquatic Pesticide GENERAL Permits Aquatic Pesticide INDIVIDUAL Permits

    3. What are the Different Permits Aquatic Pesticide GENERAL Permits: Aquatic Plant and Algae Management   Irrigation Systems Mosquito Control Noxious Weed Control

    4. What are the Different Permits Aquatic Pesticide INDIVIDUAL Permits: Fish Management Invasive Moth Control Oyster Growers Permit

    5. How do People Access the Permits All permits are on-line at Ecology’s website.

    6. How do People Access the Permits

    7. How do People Access the Permits

    8. How do People Access the Permits For Online Applications Sign up for a Secure Account Apply for Coverage Approval via email Click on the link in the approval email

    9. How do People Access the Permits Others Apply for Coverage Fill out application and send it in. Approval sent via mail.

    10. How Much Time Prior to an Application Does one Have to Apply? Most Require 60 days before planned discharge. Irrigation Permit 90 days.

    11. What are the Cost Associated With the Permit Coverage Fee FY10 = $397 permit fee FY11 = $415 permit fee

    12. What are the Cost Associated With the Permit What does this mean? Varies from Permit to permit.

    13. What is Washington State Department of Ecology’s Revenue For FY 2010 Number of Permit Holders ~160 ~ $63,520 .00

    14. What is Washington State Department of Ecology’s Expense Permit writers Permit administrators Regional inspectors Technical assistance staff Managers Attorneys (appeals) Support staff

    15. What is Washington State Department of Ecology’s Expense FY 2008 – FY 2009 Permit Hours FTE Cost Aquatic Plant and Algae 4,471 2.14 $146,578 Noxious Weed 418 0.20 $ 14,851 Rotenone 405 0.19 $ 14,223 Mosquito 493 0.24 $ 15,662 Oyster Grower 394 0.19 $ 13,045 Irrigation 698 0.33 $ 25,000 Gypsy Moth 4 0.00 $ 78 Invasive Species 1,035 0.05 $ 38,295

    16. What is Washington State Department of Ecology’s Expense FY 2010 Permit Hours FTE Cost Aquatic Plant and Algae 874 0.42 $29,621 Noxious Weed 12 0.01 $ 371 Rotenone 1 0.00 $ 27 Mosquito 1,168 0.56 $ 34,584 Oyster Grower 232 0.11 $ 7,385 Irrigation 236 0.11 $ 8,812 Gypsy Moth 0 0.00 $ 0 Invasive Species 728 0.35 $ 27,102

    17. Washington State Department of Ecology Other Cost Building and setting up database Maintaining database Building secure access Complaints Legislative issues Litigation

    18. Washington State Department of Ecology Other Cost Closing Comments Challenges Lighting Rods Recommendation: EUP Language

    19. Washington State Department of Ecology Contact Information Permit Administration Jon Jennings Aquatic Pesticides and CAFOs Washington State Department of Ecology, Water Quality Program Phone: 360.407.6283 Fax: 360.407.6426 Email: jonathan.jennings@ecy.wa.gov http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/wq/pesticides/index.html

    20. Washington State Department of Ecology Contact Information Technical Assistance Kathy Hamel Aquatic Plant Specialist Washington State Department of Ecology Email: Kathy.Hamel@ecy.wa.govTelephone: (360) 407-6562 http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/wq/pesticides/index.html