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Industrial Stormwater Permits

Your DEQ OnlineBeginning Sept. 30, 2021, you can start setting up your YDO account to submit permit applications, required permit reports, and pay invoices related to stormwater general permits. 

Visit Your DEQ Online Help page to learn more, access training materials and see the upcoming schedule of live training webinars on how to register with YDO.

Current 1200-Z Stormwater Discharge General Permit

The Environmental Quality Commission adopted the renewed 1200-Z Industrial Stormwater Discharge General Permit dated March 25, 2021. This permit will be in effect July 1, 2021. This permit regulates stormwater discharges from industrial facilities that may reach Oregon waterways, directly or through conveyance system such as ditches or storm drains.

The Environmental Quality Commission adopted the renewed 1200-Z Industrial Stormwater Discharge General Permit dated March 25, 2021. This permit will be in effect July 1, 2021. This permit regulates stormwater discharges from industrial facilities that may reach Oregon waterways, directly or through conveyance system such as ditches or storm drains.

DEQ initiated a rulemaking in April 2019 to renew the 1200-Z permit.

To learn more please visit the 1200-Z Industrial Stormwater Discharge Permit Renewal rulemaking page

Resources

Status of the 1200-A Stormwater Permit

On Dec. 3, 2017, Oregon's 1200-A general permit for the discharge of stormwater associated with sand and gravel mining activities expired. DEQ is actively researching best practices for managing the discharge of stormwater from facilities covered under the 1200-A permit, and does not have a timeline for issuing the renewed permit. Check back here or sign up for the 1200-A Stormwater Newsletter for the latest information.

NPDES Industrial Stormwater Discharge Permit


DEQ’s Stormwater program moved to a new electronic data management system called Your DEQ Online. Starting on Sept. 30, 2021, you can set up your account and start submitting notifications and fees electronically. 

Fees

Please see Table 70G for application and annual fees. Activity and other fees may apply.

Permit supporting documents (expired)

Permit requirements remain in effect for existing facilities operating under an expired permit until the permit registrant is notified of permit renewal.

​​DEQ’s Stormwater program moved to a new electronic data management system called Your DEQ Online. Starting on Sept. 30, 2021, you can set up your account and start submitting notifications and fees electronically. 

Visit Your DEQ Online to access the following forms:
  • Discharge Monitoring Report form for 1200-A permit holders
  • Discharge Monitoring Report form for 1200-Z permit holders ​
  • No Exposure C​ertification form for Exclusion from NPDES Stormwater Permitting
  • Name ​change and/or Permit Transfer for NPDES or WPCF Permit
  • ​Ter​mination form​

​Subscribe here to receive information about the 1200-A mining and 1200-Z industrial general stormwater permits. Newsletters include compliance tips, deadline reminders, permit renewal public meeting notices and frequently asked questions.

Sign up for the 1200-A Stormwater Newsletter

Sign up for the Western Region 1200-Z Stormwater Newsletter

Sign up for the Eastern Region 1200-Z Stormwater Newsletter

Sign up for the Northwest Region 1200-Z Stormwater Newsletter
​​DEQ’s Stormwater program moved to a new electronic data management system called Your DEQ Online

Visit Your DEQ Online to review and comment on currently available​ permit applications.






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