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State of Oregon
DEQ USE REGIONAL OFFICE
DEQ USE ONLY- BUSINESS OFFICE
Application #:
Department of Environmental Quality
Date Received:
th
811 SW 6
Avenue, Portland, OR 97204
File #:
Total Amt. Received:
DOC Conf.:
Check #:
APPLICATION FOR NEW
Check box below to indicate a copy of
Deposit #:
WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITIES
this application was routed to:
GENERAL PERMIT 1500B
UIC coordinator
(WPCF-N)
Cleanup/Tanks program (as an FYI)
(see pages. 3 - 5 for detailed instructions)
A. REFERENCE INFORMATION
1. Legal Name of Applicant:
2. Is the applicant the owner of the facility?
Yes
No
3. Legal Status of Applicant:
Federal
State
Public
Private
Other, specify:
4. Name of Facility (if different than legal name):
5. Facility SIC code:
or
NAICS code:
B. FACILITY LOCATION
1. Physical Street Address:
City, State, Zip Code:
County:
2. Latitude:
degrees
minutes
seconds
3. Township:
Section:
Longitude:
degrees
minutes
seconds
Range:
Tax Lot #:
C. FACILITY CONTACTS
1. Responsible Official:
Telephone #:
Mailing Address:
City, State, Zip Code:
2. Facility Contact:
Telephone #:
Facility Mailing Address:
City, State, Zip Code:
3. Invoice to:
Telephone #:
Billing Address:
City, State, Zip Code:
D. GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Briefly describe the proposed facility, type of wastewater, and primary method of wastewater treatment and disposal:
2. Is the proposed facility located within the service boundary of a municipal sanitary sewerage system?
YES
NO
If "YES," explain why this discharge is not being connected to sanitary sewer:
3. Does the proposed facility described in D.1 discharge wastewater to an Underground Injection Control (UIC) system?
YES
NO
4. Is there any other wash water or wastewater that will be or is being discharged to a UIC system not described in D.1?
YES
NO
If "YES," also provide the information required in Section C, Preliminary Engineering Report/Facility Plan for each UIC.
5. Does or will storm water at the facility be drained to a UIC system other than described by this application?
YES
NO
If "YES," also complete UIC Registration Form: Storm Water Drainage Systems (enclosed with this application).
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State of Oregon
DEQ USE REGIONAL OFFICE
DEQ USE ONLY- BUSINESS OFFICE
Application #:
Department of Environmental Quality
Date Received:
th
811 SW 6
Avenue, Portland, OR 97204
File #:
Total Amt. Received:
DOC Conf.:
Check #:
APPLICATION FOR NEW
Check box below to indicate a copy of
Deposit #:
WATER POLLUTION CONTROL FACILITIES
this application was routed to:
GENERAL PERMIT 1500B
UIC coordinator
(WPCF-N)
Cleanup/Tanks program (as an FYI)
(see pages. 3 - 5 for detailed instructions)
A. REFERENCE INFORMATION
1. Legal Name of Applicant:
2. Is the applicant the owner of the facility?
Yes
No
3. Legal Status of Applicant:
Federal
State
Public
Private
Other, specify:
4. Name of Facility (if different than legal name):
5. Facility SIC code:
or
NAICS code:
B. FACILITY LOCATION
1. Physical Street Address:
City, State, Zip Code:
County:
2. Latitude:
degrees
minutes
seconds
3. Township:
Section:
Longitude:
degrees
minutes
seconds
Range:
Tax Lot #:
C. FACILITY CONTACTS
1. Responsible Official:
Telephone #:
Mailing Address:
City, State, Zip Code:
2. Facility Contact:
Telephone #:
Facility Mailing Address:
City, State, Zip Code:
3. Invoice to:
Telephone #:
Billing Address:
City, State, Zip Code:
D. GENERAL INFORMATION
1. Briefly describe the proposed facility, type of wastewater, and primary method of wastewater treatment and disposal:
2. Is the proposed facility located within the service boundary of a municipal sanitary sewerage system?
YES
NO
If "YES," explain why this discharge is not being connected to sanitary sewer:
3. Does the proposed facility described in D.1 discharge wastewater to an Underground Injection Control (UIC) system?
YES
NO
4. Is there any other wash water or wastewater that will be or is being discharged to a UIC system not described in D.1?
YES
NO
If "YES," also provide the information required in Section C, Preliminary Engineering Report/Facility Plan for each UIC.
5. Does or will storm water at the facility be drained to a UIC system other than described by this application?
YES
NO
If "YES," also complete UIC Registration Form: Storm Water Drainage Systems (enclosed with this application).
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APPLICATION FOR NEW WPCF GENERAL PERMIT 1500B
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
LEGAL NAME OF APPLICANT:
E. OTHER DEQ OR PUBLIC AGENCY PERMITS
List all other DEQ or public agency permits applied for or issued for this project:
F. PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING REPORT / FACILITY PLAN
Attach two copies of a Preliminary Engineering Report or Facility Plan Report that fully describes the proposed project using written discussion, maps,
diagrams, and any other necessary materials. The report must contain the following information (see instructions for more detail):
1. Complete description of the proposal.
2. Location of the project, adjacent facilities, and waterways on a USGS topographic map. Include a site map showing extraction and injection
locations. Include the location and latitude/longitude for all UIC wastewater systems on this map. Also provide a tax lot map for the project.
3. Schedule for development, including future expansion plans if applicable.
4. Schematic diagrams of waste streams and treatment/disposal facilities. Include the source and quantity of drinking water and water used for
processing or manufacturing.
5. Wastewater characterization.
6. Plans for disposal of solid waste and sludges.
7. Site evaluation report prepared as outlined by OAR 340-071-0150 (on-site sewage disposal systems only).
8. Groundwater information for all areas where wastewater or sludge will be stored or disposed. (see instructions below: information includes
groundwater aquifer characteristics, including quality and gradient)
9. Evaluation of groundwater and surface water impacts and the steps that will be taken to prevent impacts from occurring.
10. Operation and maintenance plan that specifies the normal operation parameters of the system.
G. LAND USE COMPATIBILITY STATEMENT
Attach a complete Land Use Compatibility Statement (LUCS) signed by the local land use authority. The application will not be processed without
evidence that the proposal is approved by the local land use authority and meets statewide planning goals.
H. UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL (UIC) REGISTRATION
Federal and state regulations require that all UIC systems be registered with DEQ. By completing this application, your wastewater UIC system(s)
will be registered with DEQ and you will be sent a UIC registration confirmation letter to be maintained at the facility. Yo u will be informed by
DEQ of any additional UIC regulations that are applicable to your UIC system once this application has been reviewed.
I. SIGNATURE OF LEGALLY AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE
I hereby certify that the information contained in this application is true and correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. In
addition, I agree to pay all permit fees required by Oregon Administrative Rules 340-045 and/or 340-071. This includes a new
application fee to obtain the permit and a compliance determination fee invoiced annually by DEQ to maintain the permit.
Name of Legally Authorized Representative (Type or Print)
Title
Signature of Legally Authorized Representative
Date
DEQ USE ONLY
For UIC, this is a list of EPA Well Types:
5A5 Electric Power Generator
5R21 Aquifer Recharge
5W20 Industrial Process Water
5X15 In Situ Fossil (fuel recovery)
5A6 Geothermal Heat (open loop)
5W9 Untreated Sewage
5W31 Septic System (well disposal)
5X16 Spent Brine Return Flow
5A7 Closed Loop Heat Pump Return
5W10 Cesspool
5W32 Septic System (drainfield)
5X25 Experimental Technology
5A19 Cooling Water Return
5W11 Septic System (general)
5X13 Mine Tailings Backfill
5X26 Aquifer Remediation
5G30 Special Drainage Water
5W12 Water Treatment Plant Effluent
5X14 Solution Mining
5X27 Other Wells
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APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR NEW WPCF GENERAL PERMIT 1500B
Please answer all questions and submit the required application fees.
AN INCOMPLETE APPLICATION OR APPLICATION WITH INCORRECT FEES WILL NOT BE PROCESSED.
If the information requested is not applicable, please indicate as such.
A. REFERENCE INFORMATION:
1.
Enter the legal name of the applicant. The permit will be issued to this entity. This is the person, business, public
organization, or other entity that controls the facility described in this application and will be responsible for complying
with the conditions of the permit. This must be the legal Oregon name (i.e., Acme Products, Inc.) or the legal
representative of the company if it operates under an assumed business name (i.e., John Smith, dba Acme Products).
The name must be a legal, active name registered with the Oregon Department of Commerce, Corporation Division
(503) 378-4752, unless otherwise exempted by their regulations.
2.
Indicate if the applicant is the owner of the facility.
Provide the legal status of the applicant. Indicate “public” for a facility solely owned by local government.
3.
4.
Enter the common name of the facility or operation if different than the legal name of the applicant.
5.
Enter the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) four-digit code or North American Industry Classification System
five or six-digit code (NAICS) for the facility. These codes are used to describe the primary activity at the facility and
may be found on fire marshal reports, insurance papers, or tax forms. The NAICS codes replaced the SIC system in
1997, however, it is usually easy to convert between the two systems so either code is acceptable. SIC or NAICS
information is also available from the U.S. Census Bureau at 1-888-756-2427 or at http://www.naics.com/search.htm.
B. FACILITY LOCATION:
1.
Enter the physical location of the facility (street address, not mailing address), including city, state, zip code, and
county.
2.
Enter the latitude and longitude of the approximate center of the facility or site in degrees/minutes/seconds. Latitude
and longitude can be obtained from DEQ’s location finder web site at
http://deq12.deq.state.or.us/website/findloc/
or
from United States Geological Survey (USGS) quadrangle topographic maps by calling toll-free at 1-888-ASK-USGS
(1-888-275-8747). For obtaining latitude and longitude from USGS maps, instructions may be obtained from DEQ’s
web site at http://www.deq.state.or.us/wq/wqpermit/LatLongInstr.pdf.
3.
Enter the Township, Range, Section, and Tax Lot numbers for the regulated site.
C. FACILITY CONTACTS:
1.
Enter the name, telephone number, and mailing address of the Responsible Official. The Responsible Official is the
person that receives official correspondence from DEQ, such as renewal notices or notices of noncompliance, and may
be contacted if there are questions about this application.
2.
Enter the name, telephone number and mailing address of the Facility Contact if different from the Responsible Official.
The Facility Contact is the person located at the facility that has specific knowledge of the facility or operation under
permit (e.g., the treatment plant operator), and may be contacted if there are specific questions about this application.
3.
Enter invoicing information for billing purposes if different from the Responsible Official (e.g., "Invoice To: Business
Office - Accounts Payable").
D. GENERAL INFORMATION:
1.
Briefly describe the proposed facility, type of wastewater (industrial, sewage or both), and primary method of
wastewater treatment and disposal. For example, “2 MGD domestic sewage treatment plant consisting of non-
discharging, evaporative lagoons” or “Seasonal jelly processing facility with land irrigation of process wastewater.”
2.
Indicate if a sanitary sewer system is available to receive this wastewater. If "yes," explain why this discharge is not
being connected to sanitary sewer.
3.
Indicate if an Underground Injection Control (UIC) system will be used or is currently used to dispose of wastewater for
the proposed facility described in D.1. Wastewater includes wash waster, process wastewater, and/or sewage. The
following wastewater disposal systems are considered UICs:
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APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR NEW WPCF GENERAL PERMIT 1500B
 Non-residential on-site sewage
 Multi-family residential on-site
 Dry wells or sumps
 Infiltration trenches
system with a design flow of 2,500
sewage systems regardless of
 French drains
gallons per day or designed to serve
size.
 Any on-site sewage system,
 Industrial wastewater drain holes
20 or more people a day (excluding
 Cesspools/sewage drain holes
single-family residential systems)
regardless of size, that receives
industrial wastewater
4.
Indicate if there is any other wash water or wastewater at the regulated site that will be or is being discharged to a UIC
system not included in the proposed facility description found in D.1. If "yes," also provide the information
required in Section F, Preliminary Engineering Report/Facility Plan for each UIC.
5.
Indicate if a UIC system other than the one described in this application will be used or is currently used to drain storm
water. If "yes," complete the UIC Registration Form: Storm Water Drainage Systems enclosed with this
application. The following storm drainage systems are considered UICs:
 Any UIC wastewater system also
 Dry wells or sumps
 French drains
 Infiltration trenches
 Storm drain holes
used for storm drainage
E. OTHER DEQ OR PUBLIC AGENCY PERMITS:
In order for DEQ to coordinate with other DEQ divisions and public agencies, list all permits issued to or applied for this
project.
F. PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING REPORT / FACILITY PLAN:
Two copies of a Preliminary Engineering Report or Facility Plan Report must accompany this application and contain the
following minimum information:
[Note: When constructing community sewage treatment facilities, also refer to DEQ’s Guidelines for Planning Community
Wastewater Projects (January 1998) for assistance on developing a facility plan.]
1. A description that includes all aspects of the facility, including services to be provided and activities to be conducted.
2. A USGS topographic map that shows the location and scope of the project, locations of adjacent facilities, waterways,
wetlands, drainage ways, residential areas, industrial facilities, and commercial areas, including the location and
latitude/longitude for all UIC wastewater systems. Also provide a tax lot map for the project.
3. The proposed development and construction schedule. Also include future expansion plans or potential plans.
4. Schematic diagrams that include each waste stream, collection facilities, treatment and control facilities, and ultimate
disposal methods for each waste product or wastewater effluent. Include a water balance for each waste stream. If
alternatives for treatment are also being considered, they should be included as well. Also include the source and
quantity of drinking water and water used for processing or manufacturing if different from drinking water supply.
5. A characterization of the quantity and quality of each waste stream.
6. Plans for collection, storage, and disposal of any sludges generated by the treatment process, including a
characterization of volume and quality.
7. For on-site sewage systems only, a site evaluation report prepared as outlined in OAR 340-071-0150 by an Agent of the
Department or qualified consultant. The report shall contain, at a minimum, a site diagram and observations of the site
characteristics.
8. Groundwater information for all areas where wastewater or sludge will be stored or disposed. The following minimum
information is required:
 Climatic information
Groundwater aquifer characteristics, including quality and
 Topography and soil profile description
gradient
 Flooding and erosion potential
Location of all wells and springs within a ½ mile radius
In areas of shallow, unprotected aquifers or other areas with high potential for groundwater contamination,
additional information may be required (see
OAR
340-040-0030).
9.
A description of the groundwater and surface water impacts that may occur during construction and operation of the
facility. Also detail the steps that will be taken to prevent such impacts from occurring.
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APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR NEW WPCF GENERAL PERMIT 1500B
10. An operation and maintenance plan that specifies the normal operating parameters of the system(s). Include, for
example, the length and spacing of dose cycles, gallonage of a dose cycle, and calibration of flow meters or elapsed
time meters. The maintenance schedule should address ALL components to be inspected and maintained, together
with procedures for doing so. For each item, include the frequency for inspecting it and the maintenance procedure.
If available, include the manufacturer's operation and maintenance literature for system components.
G. LAND USE COMPATIBILITY STATEMENT:
A completed Land Use Compatibility Statement (LUCS) signed by the local land use authority must be submitted with
this application. The application will not be processed without evidence that the proposa l is approved by the local land
use authority and meets statewide planning goals. A LUCS form is enclosed with this application.
H. UNDERGROUND INJECTION CONTROL (UIC) REGISTRATION:
Federal and state regulations require that all UIC systems be registered with DEQ. By completing this application, your
wastewater UIC system(s) will be registered with DEQ and you will be sent a UIC registration confirmation letter to be
maintained at the facility. You will be informed by DEQ of any additional UIC regulations t hat are applicable to your
UIC system once this application has been reviewed.
I.
SIGNATURE OF LEGALLY AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVE:
The signature of a legally authorized representative must be provided in order to process this application. See the table
below for more information.
Definition of Legally Authorized Representative:
Please also provide the information requested in brackets [ ]
 Corporation — president, secretary, treasurer, vice-president, or any person who performs principal business
functions; or a manager of one or more facilities that is authorized in accordance to corporate procedure to sign such
documents
 Partnership — General partner [list of general partners, their addresses and telephone numbers]
 Sole Proprietorship — Owner(s) [each owner must sign the application]
 City, County, State, Federal, or other Public Facility — Principal executive officer or ranking elected official
 Limited Liability Company — Member [articles of organization]
 Trusts — Acting trustee [list of trustees, their addresses and telephone numbers]
FEE AND APPLICATION SUBMITTAL:
Send this form and fee to the regional office. Please reference the current
fee table
to determine the appropriate fees for your
permit. Make your check payable to the Department of Environmental Quality.
Regional Office Address
DEQ Northwest Region
DEQ Western Region
DEQ Eastern Region
700 NE Multnomah St.
4026 Fairview Industrial Dr.,
800 SE Emigrant, #330
Portland, OR 97232
Salem, OR 97302
Pendleton, OR 97801
Phone: 503-229-5263
Phone: 503-378-8240 or 800-349-7677
Phone: 541-276-4063 or 800-304-3513
Fax: 503-229-6945
Fax: 503-373-7944
Fax: 541-278-0168
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