Surface Water Templates

Surface water, also known as surface waters or surface water sampling, refers to the water that is found on the Earth's surface in lakes, rivers, and other bodies of water. It plays a crucial role in supporting various ecosystems and providing resources for human use.

Understanding the quality and quantity of surface water is vital for effective water management and environmental protection. Various documents and permits are necessary to regulate the appropriation, withdrawal, and treatment of surface water.

One important document in the surface water domain is the Relinquishment of Surface Water Appropriation by Landowner. This document allows landowners, particularly in Nebraska, to relinquish their rights to use surface water for various purposes.

Another document, the SD Form 1745 No Exposure Certification for Exclusion From Storm Water Permitting Under the Surface Water Discharge Program, is specific to South Dakota. It provides a certification for businesses or individuals who can demonstrate that their operations do not expose stormwater to potential contaminants and thus qualify for exclusion from the surface water permitting program.

In Indiana, the State Form 49187 Determination of Groundwater Under the Direct Influence of Surface Water is an essential document for assessing and determining the connection between groundwater and surface water. It helps in understanding the impact of surface water on groundwater resources.

The DHEC Form 2755 Surface Water Withdrawal Permit Application, required in South Carolina, is a document for individuals or organizations seeking permission to withdraw water from surface water sources. This application provides necessary information to ensure responsible and sustainable water withdrawals.

In Michigan, the Form EQP9302 Notification of Intent to Treat Certification of Approval Authorizing Bacterial Augmentation in Surface Waters is a significant document for those looking to augment bacterial populations in surface waters. This document ensures that appropriate measures are taken to maintain water quality while promoting necessary bacterial activities.

The collection of documents related to surface water covers a broad range of topics and permits. These documents address concerns such as water appropriation, stormwater management, groundwater-surface water interaction, withdrawal permits, and bacterial augmentation. They are crucial for maintaining the health and sustainability of surface water resources for the benefit of ecosystems and human populations alike.




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This document is an application for a Beneficial Use Determination in the state of Delaware. It allows individuals or businesses to seek approval for the beneficial use of certain materials or waste products.

This type of document is a supplementary form for a general permit in Arizona. It specifically addresses the discharge of fish hatchery waste into a perennial surface water source.

This form is used for reporting the capacity of surface water in Connecticut. It provides instructions on how to accurately measure and report the amount of water in various water bodies such as lakes, rivers, and reservoirs.

This Form is used for reporting the capacity of surface water resources in the state of Connecticut.

This Form is used for determining the safe yield of water resources in the state of Connecticut. It helps in determining the sustainable amount of water that can be withdrawn from a water source without causing long-term negative impacts.

This form is used for applying for a short-term exemption from surface water quality standards for emergency remediation purposes in the state of Montana.

This type of document specifies the allowable concentration of discharge into surface water from a leaking underground storage tank site in Iowa.

This document is a monthly operation report for surface water and influenced groundwater in Iowa. It is used to collect data and monitor the condition of these water sources.

This document is a Disinfectants and Disinfection Byproduct Rule Monitoring Plan for small surface water or influenced groundwater systems in Iowa using chlorine or chloramines to treat water for fewer than 500 people. It outlines the procedures for monitoring and ensuring compliance with regulations regarding stage 2 disinfectants and disinfection byproducts.

This Form is used for monitoring the levels of disinfectants and disinfection byproducts in surface water and influenced groundwater systems in Iowa serving 500 to 3,000 people and using chlorine or chloramines.

This form is used for creating a monitoring plan for disinfectants and disinfection byproducts in surface water and influenced groundwater systems in Iowa that serve 10,000 - 49,999 people and use chlorine or chloramines.

This document describes the monitoring plan for the disinfectants and disinfection byproducts in surface water or influenced groundwater systems in Iowa. It applies to systems serving 3,301-9,999 people and using chlorine or chloramines for disinfection.

This document provides the requirements for surface water/groundwater (IGW) systems in Iowa that collect two or more monthly samples for bacteria sampling. It outlines the procedures and guidelines for conducting the sampling and maintaining the public water supply.

This document is used for providing instructions on how to complete the DNR Form 300 Surface Water Lease Contract in Nebraska.

This document is a lease contract form used by the Nebraska Department of Natural Resources for surface water leases in Nebraska.

This document provides instructions for completing Form 962-200-CREP to request a change of appropriation to augment stream flow in Nebraska. It guides users on how to properly fill out the form and provides information on the process for requesting this type of change.

This document is used for certifying that a facility or site in South Dakota has no exposure to stormwater and is therefore excluded from the requirements of a stormwater discharge permit under the Surface Water Discharge Program.

This form is used for applying for a permit to discharge from a small municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) into surface water in the state of Texas.

This document provides guidance and certification requirements for public water systems in Vermont that serve surface water or use groundwater under the direct influence of surface water. It outlines the seasonal start-up procedures and steps that need to be followed for ensuring the safety and quality of drinking water.

This document outlines the plan for sampling bacteria in consecutive surface water and influenced groundwater in Iowa.

This document provides instructions for completing the General Permit Registration Form for the Comprehensive General Permit for Discharges to Surface Water and Groundwater in Connecticut.

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