Publicly Owned Treatment Works Templates

A publicly owned treatment works (POTW), also known as a publicly owned treatment work, is a facility that treats and processes wastewater and sewage from public sources. These facilities play a vital role in protecting public health and the environment by removing pollutants and contaminants from domestic and industrial wastewater before it is released back into the environment.

At, we understand the importance of proper wastewater treatment and the maintenance of publicly owned treatment works. Our team is dedicated to providing comprehensive solutions and support for POTWs across the country.

Whether you are in need of assistance with the application process for NPDES permits or require supplementary information for your POTW, our experts can guide you through the necessary steps. We have vast experience working with various state-specific forms, including the NPDES Form 2A, ADEM Form 188, API Form P, Notice of Intent for Discharges, and DEC Form NY-2A.

With our assistance, you can navigate the complex regulations and requirements associated with operating and maintaining a publicly owned treatment works. Our goal is to help you achieve compliance while maximizing the efficiency and effectiveness of your wastewater treatment processes.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can support your publicly owned treatment works or to discuss your specific needs. Together, we can work towards a cleaner and healthier environment for all.




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This Form is used to apply for a SPDES (State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System) permit for new and existing publicly owned wastewater treatment works in New York.

This document provides instructions for completing the MPDES Form 2A for new and existing Publicly Owned Treatment Works in Montana.

This document is required for notifying the authorities about discharges from petroleum related remediation activities to publicly owned treatment works (POTW) in Vermont. It is subject to General Permit No. 3-9016.

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