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Program Interaction type Contact phone Interaction description System
AIRQUAL AQARS -
Air Qual Annual Reg Source
(360) 407-6806 Facilities with actual or potential emissions that are less than thresholds identified for federal and state operating permit program.  (These sources are smaller than operating permit program sources). See WAC 173-400-100 AIRSIS -
Air Quality Site Info System
AIRQUAL AQGSR -
Air Qual Gas Sta Reg
Gas stations and gasoline storage facilities.  See Ch. 173-491 WAC. AIRSIS -
Air Quality Site Info System
AIRQUAL AQLA -
Air Qual Local Authority Reg
(360) 407-6806 Small sources governed only by local air authorities. AIRSIS -
Air Quality Site Info System
AIRQUAL AQOPS -
Air Qual Oper Permit Source
(360) 407-6806 Facilities with actual or potential emissions that are greater than 100 tons of (or 10 tons any one hazardous air pollutants or 25 tons per year of a combination of hazardous pollutants) fugitive air emissions per year.  (These are generally large industrial facilities governed by the federal and state operating permit program.) See Ch. 173-401 WAC AIRSIS -
Air Quality Site Info System
AIRQUAL AQPR -
Air Qual Periodic Reg
(360) 407-6806 These businesses are the smallest sources required to report their emissions under the federal and state operating permit program.  (These sources are generally smaller than registration sources). See WAC 173-400-102 AIRSIS -
Air Quality Site Info System
AIRQUAL AQPS -
Air Qual Permit Source
(360) 407-6806 Facilities that as part of their process will emit air pollutants and are seeking construction permits for either a new source or changes to their existing facility. See WAC 173-400-110 or -114 AIRSIS -
Air Quality Site Info System
AIRQUAL AQPSD -
Air Qual PSD Source
All facilities that emit more than 250 tons per year of air pollutants, or 100 tons per year if the pollutants are within 28 listed categories. AIRSIS -
Air Quality Site Info System
AIRQUAL AQRS -
Air Quality Reg Source
Minor sources within the source category listed or equipment listed in WAC 173-400-100, requiring registration. SMS -
Source Management System
AIRQUAL AQSYNMNR -
Air Qual Synth Minor Source
(360) 407-6806 Facilities that would be regulated under the operating permit program but have opted to keep their emission limits lower than the threshold for the program Their enforceable emission limits keep them out of the operating permit program. See WAC 173-400-030-77 and 091 AIRSIS -
Air Quality Site Info System
AIRQUAL ENFORFNL -
Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 An Enforcement action (i.e. Penalty, Order, Notice) was finalized and issued to the respective party, indicating the enforcement action was taken. The start and end date listed in the database are both the date the action was issued to the responsible party. DMS -
Docket Management System
AIRQUAL NONENFNL -
Non Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 A Non-Enforcement action (i.e. permit, notice of construction, etc.) was finalized, issued to the respective party, indicating the non-enforcement action was taken. DMS -
Docket Management System
EAP ENFORFNL -
Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 An Enforcement action (i.e. Penalty, Order, Notice) was finalized and issued to the respective party, indicating the enforcement action was taken. The start and end date listed in the database are both the date the action was issued to the responsible party. DMS -
Docket Management System
EAP NONENFNL -
Non Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 A Non-Enforcement action (i.e. permit, notice of construction, etc.) was finalized, issued to the respective party, indicating the non-enforcement action was taken. DMS -
Docket Management System
HAZWASTE ENFORFNL -
Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 An Enforcement action (i.e. Penalty, Order, Notice) was finalized and issued to the respective party, indicating the enforcement action was taken. The start and end date listed in the database are both the date the action was issued to the responsible party. DMS -
Docket Management System
HAZWASTE HWG -
Hazardous Waste Generator
(360) 407-6734 Facilities that generate any quantity of a dangerous waste.  They may be classified as SQG, MQG, or LQG depending on hazardous waste generated for a given month. TURBOWASTE -
HAZARDOUS WASTE INF MGT SYSTEM
HAZWASTE HWOTHER -
Haz Waste Management Activity
(360) 407-6734 Facilities that are required to have an EPA/State ID number but who do not generate and/or manage hazardous waste (XQG generator status).  This includes transporters, used oil recycler's, and dangerous waste fuel marketers and burners. TURBOWASTE -
HAZARDOUS WASTE INF MGT SYSTEM
HAZWASTE HWP -
Hazardous Waste Planner
(360) 407-6731 Under Chapter 173-307 WAC, facilities that report under Section 313 of the Emergency Planning/Community Right-To-Know Act (EPCRA), or that generate more than 2,640 pounds of hazardous waste per year, must prepare Pollution Prevention Plans.  HWPPRT -
HW REPORTING
HAZWASTE HWTRNSFR -
Haz Waste Transfer Facility
(360) 407-6734 Transfer facility is a site, owned, leased or operated by a transporter of regulated hazardous waste shipments where any of the following occurs: 1) receives wastes from another transporter, 2) transfers wastes from one transport vehicle to another, 3) transfers waste from one container to another, and 4) stores waste within a vehicle or on property for 10 days or less.  Examples of transfer facilities include a parking lot, warehouse, truck terminal, barge or steamship loading and unloading facility, or railroad spur loading or unloading facility. TURBOWASTE -
HAZARDOUS WASTE INF MGT SYSTEM
HAZWASTE HWTSDF -
Haz Treatment Storage Facility
(360) 407-6734 Facilities that treat store or dispose hazardous waste. TURBOWASTE -
HAZARDOUS WASTE INF MGT SYSTEM
HAZWASTE LSC -
Local Source Cntrl 7/09-3/12
(509) 239-3503 The Local Source Control program involves technical assistance visits by local governments to businesses and organizations, some of whom are small generators of hazardous wastes. Data sharing with Ecology’s ‘Facility/Site’ search function occurred between July 2009 and March 2012. Local Source Control work continues, however records of visits are maintained by the local governments that conduct them. LSC -
Local Source Control
HAZWASTE NONENFNL -
Non Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 A Non-Enforcement action (i.e. permit, notice of construction, etc.) was finalized, issued to the respective party, indicating the non-enforcement action was taken. DMS -
Docket Management System
HAZWASTE RSVP -
Revised Site Visit Program
(360) 407-6734 The Hazardous Waste and Toxics Reduction Program engages in a variety of field work, site visits, and contacts with sites. While most compliance related activity is recorded into the EPA's RCRAInfo system, the other types of activities are recorded into the Revised Site Visit Program (RSVP). RSVP -
Revised Site Visit Program
HAZWASTE TIER2 -
Emergency/Haz Chem Rpt TIER2
(360) 407-6171 Businesses that store 10,000 pounds or more of a hazardous chemical or 500 pounds or less, depending on the chemical, of an extremely hazardous chemical on site at any one time must report annually. Reports are sent to the State Emergency Response Commission [represented by Ecology] Local Emergency Planning Committees, and local fire departments for emergency planning. [product, not waste] EPCRA
HAZWASTE TRI -
Toxics Release Inventory
(360) 407-6171 Facilities in specific industries that manufacture, process or use more than the threshold amount of one or more of 600 listed toxic chemicals. Most threshold amounts are 10,000 or 25,000 pounds per year. Some chemicals have much lower thresholds. EPCRA
HAZWASTE UW -
Urban Waters
The site has received an inspection by an Ecology Urban Waters Inspector. LSC -
Local Source Control
INDUSTRIAL ENFORFNL -
Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 An Enforcement action (i.e. Penalty, Order, Notice) was finalized and issued to the respective party, indicating the enforcement action was taken. The start and end date listed in the database are both the date the action was issued to the responsible party. DMS -
Docket Management System
INDUSTRIAL NONENFNL -
Non Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 A Non-Enforcement action (i.e. permit, notice of construction, etc.) was finalized, issued to the respective party, indicating the non-enforcement action was taken. DMS -
Docket Management System
NUCWASTE ENFORFNL -
Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 An Enforcement action (i.e. Penalty, Order, Notice) was finalized and issued to the respective party, indicating the enforcement action was taken. The start and end date listed in the database are both the date the action was issued to the responsible party. DMS -
Docket Management System
NUCWASTE NONENFNL -
Non Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 A Non-Enforcement action (i.e. permit, notice of construction, etc.) was finalized, issued to the respective party, indicating the non-enforcement action was taken. DMS -
Docket Management System
SEA ENFORFNL -
Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 An Enforcement action (i.e. Penalty, Order, Notice) was finalized and issued to the respective party, indicating the enforcement action was taken. The start and end date listed in the database are both the date the action was issued to the responsible party. DMS -
Docket Management System
SEA NONENFNL -
Non Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 A Non-Enforcement action (i.e. permit, notice of construction, etc.) was finalized, issued to the respective party, indicating the non-enforcement action was taken. DMS -
Docket Management System
SEA SEAMIT -
SEA Mitigation Site
(360) 407-6947 A SEA Mitigation Site is in most cases associated with a SEA Project Site. It is a compensatory mitigation site required as permit conditions for activities occurring at the SEA Project Site. Compensatory mitigation sites are required for impacts to the state’s water bodies, including wetlands. Compensatory mitigation generally involves restoration, creation, enhancement, or preservation of aquatic resources and their buffers. Compensatory mitigation sites are typically protected for the long term with a site protection mechanism such as a deed restriction, conservation covenant, or conservation easement. AQUATICS -
Aquatics Site System
SEA SEAMITOLD -
SEA OLD Mitigation Site
(360) 407-6947 A SEA OLD Mitigation Site is in most cases associated with a SEA OLD Project site. It is a compensatory mitigation site required as permit conditions for activities occurring at the SEA OLD Project site. Compensatory mitigation sites are required for impacts to the state’s water bodies, including wetlands. Compensatory mitigation generally involves restoration, creation, enhancement, or preservation of aquatic resources and their buffers. Compensatory mitigation sites are typically protected for the long term with a site protection mechanism such as a deed restriction, conservation covenant, or conservation easement. OLD401 -
Old 401 Access Database
SEA SEAPROJ -
SEA Project Site
(360) 407-6947 A SEA Project Site is a location where a proposed activity has triggered an Ecology action, on or after January 1, 2004, based on its authority from Section 401 of the Clean Water Act, Coastal Zone Management Act, and/or the State Water Pollution Control Act (90.48 RCW). The activity may be pending or Ecology has taken some action (denied or approved a permit, conducted an enforcement action, etc.). Examples of projects include: commercial, residential, or industrial developments involving fill of wetlands; dredging and other in-water activities; bridge crossings; etc. AQUATICS -
Aquatics Site System
SEA SEAPROJOLD -
SEA OLD Project Site
(360) 407-6947 A SEA OLD Project Site is a location where a proposed activity has triggered an Ecology action, prior to January 1, 2004, based on its authority from Section 401 of the Clean Water Act, Coastal Zone Management Act, and/or the State Water Pollution Control Act (90.48 RCW). The activity may be pending or Ecology has taken some action (denied or approved a permit, conducted an enforcement action, etc.). Examples of projects include: commercial, residential, or industrial developments involving fill of wetlands; dredging and other in-water activities; bridge crossings; etc. OLD401 -
Old 401 Access Database
SOLIDWASTE BIOSOLIDS -
BIOSOLIDS
(360) 407-6409 Biosolids SWFD -
Solid Waste Financial Assist
SOLIDWASTE COMPOST -
Composting
(360) 407-6409 Compost facilities turn organic wastes into compost under controlled conditions without attracting pests or creating human or environmental health problems. SWFD -
Solid Waste Financial Assist
SOLIDWASTE ENFORFNL -
Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 An Enforcement action (i.e. Penalty, Order, Notice) was finalized and issued to the respective party, indicating the enforcement action was taken. The start and end date listed in the database are both the date the action was issued to the responsible party. DMS -
Docket Management System
SOLIDWASTE INDUSTRL -
Industrial Sites
(360) 407-6409 The Industrial Section focuses on three major industries of Washington State: Aluminum Smelters, Oil refineries and Pulp and Paper Mills. The Section's staff is trained to handle the complexities of these industries and is responsible for environmental permitting, site inspections, and compliance issues. They regulate air, water, hazardous waste, and cleanup management activities at pulp and paper mills and aluminum smelters. They also regulate water, hazardous waste, and cleanup management activities at state oil refineries. INDUSTRIAL -
Solid Waste Financial Assist
SOLIDWASTE LANDAPP -
Land Application
(360) 407-6409 An area of land, under the same ownership or operator, where solid waste that has beneficial use for its agronomic or soil-amending properties is applied under controlled amounts and conditions. SWFD -
Solid Waste Financial Assist
SOLIDWASTE LANDFILL -
Landfill
(360) 407-6409 A disposal facility or part of a facility at which solid waste is placed in or on land and which is not a land treatment facility. SWFD -
Solid Waste Financial Assist
SOLIDWASTE MRW -
Moderate Risk Waste
(360) 407-6409 A solid waste handling facility that is used to collect, treat, recycle, exchange, store, consolidate and/or transfer moderate risk waste (MRW). MRW is limited to conditionally exempt small quantity generator (CESQG) waste and household hazardous waste (HHW). SWFD -
Solid Waste Financial Assist
SOLIDWASTE NONENFNL -
Non Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 A Non-Enforcement action (i.e. permit, notice of construction, etc.) was finalized, issued to the respective party, indicating the non-enforcement action was taken. DMS -
Docket Management System
SOLIDWASTE RECOVERY -
Energy Recovery
(360) 407-6409 Energy recovery facilities that recover energy in a useable form from the burning (incineration) of solid waste. These include energy-recovery facilities that burn municipal solid waste and paper manufactures who burn wood waste at a rate of more than twelve tons of solid waste per day. SWFD -
Solid Waste Financial Assist
SOLIDWASTE RECYCLE -
Recycling
(360) 407-6409 Recycling facilities are those that transform or remanufacture waste materials into usable or marketable materials for use other than landfill disposal or incineration. Requirements do not include the collection, compacting, repackaging and sorting for the purpose of transport. SWFD -
Solid Waste Financial Assist
SOLIDWASTE STRHAND -
Storage & Handling
(360) 407-6409 Various types of facilities that handle solid waste on an interim basis. These include piles of solid waste, surface impoundments holding liquids, drop boxes where solid waste is collected for future transportation, areas storing over 800 tires, and transfer stations where solid waste is collected, compacted, sorted and loaded for transport to a recycling facility or final disposal at a landfill or incineration. SWFD -
Solid Waste Financial Assist
SPILLS CLASS1 -
Class 1 Facility
(360) 407-7455 Applies to large, fixed shore-side facilities such as refineries, refueling terminals, and oil pipelines. This definition includes facilities that transfer to tank vessels and pipelines. Full definition can be found in Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 173-180-020. SPILLS -
Spills Database
SPILLS CLASS2 -
Class 2 Facility
(360) 407-7455 Applies to mobile equipment such as tank trucks, railcars, and portable tanks that transfer to any non-recreational vessel of any size. Full definition can be found in Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 173-180-020. SPILLS -
Spills Database
SPILLS CLASS3 -
Class 3 Facility
(360) 407-7455 Applies to small tank farms and terminals that transfer oil to non-recreational vessels that have a fuel capacity of 10,500 gallons or more. Full definition can be found in Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 173-180-020. SPILLS -
Spills Database
SPILLS CLASS4 -
Class 4 Facility
(360) 407-7455 Applies to marinas and other small fueling facilities that transfer oil to non-recreation vessels that have a fuel capacity of less than 10,500 gallons. Full definition can be found in Washington Administrative Code (WAC) 173-180-020. SPILLS -
Spills Database
SPILLS CPLAN -
Oil Facility Contingency Plan
(360) 407-7455 Oil handling facilities that are required to file oil spill contingency plans. An oil handling facility can be classified as a structure, equipment, pipeline, or device located on or near navigable waters of the state that transfers oil in bulk to or from a tank vessel or pipeline and is used for producing, storing, handling, transferring, processing, or transporting oil in bulk.  SPILLS -
Spills Database
SPILLS ENFORFNL -
Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 An Enforcement action (i.e. Penalty, Order, Notice) was finalized and issued to the respective party, indicating the enforcement action was taken. The start and end date listed in the database are both the date the action was issued to the responsible party. DMS -
Docket Management System
SPILLS NERTS -
Reported in NERTS
A facility that was reported in the Environmental Reports Tracking System NERTS -
Environmental Report Tracking
SPILLS NONENFNL -
Non Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 A Non-Enforcement action (i.e. permit, notice of construction, etc.) was finalized, issued to the respective party, indicating the non-enforcement action was taken. DMS -
Docket Management System
TOXICS BROWNFIELD -
Brownfield Properties
(509) 655-0538 This property has received public brownfield funding for site investigation, planning, and/or cleanup activities. A brownfield is an abandoned or underutilized property that may have environmental contamination. Concern about potential contamination may inhibit redevelopment or full reuse of the property. Not all brownfields have confirmed contamination. BROWNFIELDS -
Brownfield Properties
TOXICS ENFORFNL -
Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 An Enforcement action (i.e. Penalty, Order, Notice) was finalized and issued to the respective party, indicating the enforcement action was taken. The start and end date listed in the database are both the date the action was issued to the responsible party. DMS -
Docket Management System
TOXICS FCS -
Federal (Superfund) Cleanup St
(360) 407-7224 A federal cleanup site listed in CERCLIS where Ecology has been or is currently involved with the cleanup process or has knowledge of the site from another process. ISIS -
Integrated Site Info System
TOXICS FUDS -
Formerly Used Defense Site
(360) 407-7224 The Department of Defense (DoD) is responsible for cleaning up properties that were formerly owned, leased possessed, or operated by DoD. Such properties are known as Formerly Used Defense Sites (FUDS). The Army is the executive agent for the program and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is the organization that manages and executes the program. Information about the origin and extent of contamination, land transfer issues, past and present property ownership, and program policies must be evaluated before DoD considers a property eligible for Defense Environment Restoration Account (DERA) funding under the FUDS program. ISIS -
Integrated Site Info System
TOXICS INDPNDNT -
Independent Cleanup
(360) 407-7224 Any remedial action without department oversight or approval and not under an order or decree. ISIS -
Integrated Site Info System
TOXICS IRAP -
Independent Remedial Actn Prg
(360) 407-7224 Ecology staff reviewed IRAP reports and provide written determination indicating whether the cleanup meets Model Toxics Control Act (MTCA) standards. ISIS -
Integrated Site Info System
TOXICS LUST -
LUST Facility
(360) 407-7224 A release related to a regulated leaking underground storage tank system is associated with the site. ISIS -
Integrated Site Info System
TOXICS NONENFNL -
Non Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 A Non-Enforcement action (i.e. permit, notice of construction, etc.) was finalized, issued to the respective party, indicating the non-enforcement action was taken. DMS -
Docket Management System
TOXICS SCI -
Source Control Inspection
(360) 407-7224 Source Control Inspection conducted by Ecology or other agency for TCP Cleanup Sites. SCM -
Source Control Management
TOXICS SCS -
State Cleanup Site
(360) 407-7224 A site is being cleaned up under state regulations. Regulations include Model Toxics Control Act or its predecessors. ISIS -
Integrated Site Info System
TOXICS SEDIMENT -
Sediments
(360) 407-7224 A sediment site is a location of interest at which sediment chemical and/or biological data has been obtained and evaluated for potential impacts to human health or the environment.   Sediment sites may exist beneath or be associated with freshwater, marine and estuarine bodies of water.   Sediment sites may or may not be linked to a known land-based facility. ISIS -
Integrated Site Info System
TOXICS UST -
Underground Storage Tank
(360) 407-7224 Any one or combination of tanks (including connecting underground pipes) that is used to contain regulated substances and has a tank volume of ten percent or more beneath the surface of the ground. This term does not include any of the exempt UST systems specified in WAC 173-360A-0110(1) or any piping connected thereto. See WAC 173-360A. UST -
Underground Storage Tanks
TOXICS VOLCLNST -
Voluntary Cleanup Sites
(360) 407-7224 For a fee, Ecology staff will review an independent cleanup report(s) and provide a written decision about the adequacy of the cleanup actions taken and described in the report. ISIS -
Integrated Site Info System
WATQUAL APALGAEGP -
AP Aquatic Plant and Algae Management GP
(360) 407-6400 General permit to regulate application of herbicides and other products used in lakes to treat plants or algae in order to protect state waters. PARIS
WATQUAL APEGMGP -
AP Eel Grass Management GP
(360) 407-6400 The Zostera japonica Management on Commercial Clam Beds in Willapa Bay permit is a combined National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and State Waste Discharge General Permit. It allows the use of imazamox and marker dyes on commercial clam beds (excluding geoduck), in Willapa Bay only, for control of Zostera japonica eelgrass, a Class C noxious weed. PARIS
WATQUAL APFISHIP -
AP Fish Management IP
Individual permit issued to WA State Fish and Wildlife (WFDW) that regulates the discharge of 2 fish eradication chemicals (rotenone and antimycin A used to control undesirable fish species) in order to protect waters of the state. PARIS
WATQUAL APFISHRMGP -
AP Fisheries Resource Management GP
(360) 407-6400 Fisheries Resource Management Permit issued to WA WDFW Rotenone permit PARIS
WATQUAL APINVAQG -
AP Aquatic Invasive Species Ma
(360) 407-6400 General permit issued to regulate the application of chemicals (used to control non-native invasive aquatic animals and non-native invasive marine algae) in order to protect state waters. PARIS
WATQUAL APMOSQGP -
AP Aquatic Mosquito Control GP
(360) 407-6400 General permit issued to regulate mosquito control districts and government entities that apply specified control chemicals (used to control mosquitoes and mosquito larvae) in order to protect state waters. PARIS
WATQUAL APMOTHIP -
AP Invasive Moth Control IP
Individual permit issued to WA State Dept of Agriculture to regulate insecticides (used to control invasive moths)applied to vegetation within and overhanging surface waters in order to protect state waters. PARIS
WATQUAL APNXWEEG -
AP Aquatic Noxious Weed Manage
(360) 407-6400 The general permit covers the indirect discharge of herbicides, adjuvants, and marker dyes into estuaries, marine areas, wetlands, along lake shorelines, rivers, streams, and other wet areas to manage Spartina and freshwater noxious weeds in Washington. An indirect discharge occurs when there may be incidental overspray or dripping of a chemical from the treated plants into waters of the state. PARIS
WATQUAL APOYSTERIP -
AP Oyster Growers IP
(360) 407-6400 Individual permit issued to Willapa Bay/Grays Harbor Oyster Growers and to Farm and Forest Helicopter Service Inc. to regulate application of carbaryl (used to control burrowing shrimp) to state waters. PARIS
WATQUAL APWEEDGP -
AP Irrigation System Aquatic Weed Control GP
(360) 407-6400 General permit issued to regulate applicators of herbicides to control aquatic weeds in irrigation water conveyance systems PARIS
WATQUAL APZJAPON -
AP Z Japonica General Permit
General Permit issued to regulate the use of the aquatic herbicide imazamox and marker dyes applied to manage Z. japonica on commercial clam beds (excluding geoduck culture) in Willapa Bay where imazamox may enter the surface waters of the state of Washington. The permit covers only the chemical management of Z. japonica. PARIS
WATQUAL BOATGP -
Boatyard GP
(360) 407-6400 General permit issued to boatyards to regulate discharges of pollutants to state waters from boatyard construction, maintenance and repair activities PARIS
WATQUAL BRIDGEWASHGP -
Bridge Washing GP
(360) 407-6400 General Permit for brige washing DOT counties cities etc PARIS
WATQUAL CAFOGPCMBND -
CAFO GP Combined
General permit issued to regulate operators of concentrated animal feeding operations that discharge to surface or groundwaters of the state. PARIS
WATQUAL CAFOGPSO -
CAFO GP State Only
General permit issued to regulate operators of concentrated animal feeding operations that only discharge to groundwaters of the state. PARIS
WATQUAL CAFOIP -
CAFO NPDES IP
(360) 407-6400 Individual NPDES permit issued to regulate operators of concentrated animal feeding operations that discharge to state waters. PARIS
WATQUAL CONSTSWGP -
Construction SW GP
(360) 407-6400 General permit issued to owner/operators of construction projects that disturb 1 or more acres of land through clearing, grading, excavating, or stockpiling of fill material that discharge stormwater to state waters. PARIS
WATQUAL DAIRY -
Dairy Unpermitted
(360) 407-6400 Unpermitted Dairy (Facility Site Place Holder) PARIS
WATQUAL ENFORFNL -
Enforcement Final
(360) 407-6712 An Enforcement action (i.e. Penalty, Order, Notice) was finalized and issued to the respective party, indicating the enforcement action was taken. The start and end date listed in the database are both the date the action was issued to the responsible party. DMS -
Docket Management System
WATQUAL FISHGP -
Upland Fish Hatchery GP
(360) 407-6400 General permit issued to operators of upland fin-fish hatching and rearing operations to regulate discharges to state waters PARIS
WATQUAL FISHNETPENS -
Fish Net Pens
(360) 407-6400 In water structures that raise or hold fish. This separates these facilities from upland hatchery/fish rearing structures. They will all have NPDES permit. Some are in fresh water and some marine, but all will be located in a waterbody, not on land. PARIS
WATQUAL FRUITGP -
Fruit Packer GP
(360) 407-6400 General permit issued to fruit packers to regulate discharges of process wastewater and stormwater to state waters. PARIS
WATQUAL IND2GROUNDSWDP -
Industrial to ground SWDP IP
(360) 407-6400 Industrial to ground SWDP IP PARIS
WATQUAL IND2POTWPRIVSWDP -
Industrial to POTW/Private SWD
(360) 407-6400 Industrial state waste discharge permit for facility that discharges pretreated wastewater to a public or privately owned treatment works (POTW). PARIS
WATQUAL INDNPDESIP -
Industrial NPDES IP
(360) 407-6400 Individual NPDES and State permits issued to industries to regulate discharges of process wastewater to state waters. PARIS
WATQUAL INDSWGP -
Industrial SW GP
(360) 407-6400 General permit issued to industries to regulate the discharge of contaminated stormwater to state waters. PARIS
WATQUAL INDUSTREUSE -
Industrial Reuse
(360) 407-6400 "Industrial Reuse" means water derived in any part from process at an industrial facility, with NO domestic wastewater component, that has been adequately and reliably treated so that it can be used for beneficial purposes. Industrial reuse water is not considered a wastewater. PARIS
WATQUAL MARIJUANA -
Marijuana Growers
(360) 407-6400 This interaction is used for marijuana growers that fill out the checklist Ecology provides when they call and ask whether they will need a permit. PARIS
WATQUAL MS4P1GP -
Municipal SW Phase I GP
(360) 407-6400 General permit issued to municipalities with populations greater than 100,000 to regulate stormwater discharges from municipal stormwater collections systems to state waters. PARIS
WATQUAL MS4P2EASTGP -
Municipal SW Phase II Eastern WA GP
(360) 407-6400 General permit issued to all operators of regulated small municipal stormwater collection systems to regulate stormwater discharges to state waters in eastern WA. PARIS
WATQUAL MS4P2WESTGP -
Municipal SW Phase II Western WA GP
(360) 407-6400 General permit issued to operators of small municipal stormwater collection systems to regulate stormwater discharges to state waters in western WA. PARIS
WATQUAL MUNI2GROUNDSWDP -
Municipal to ground SWDP IP
(360) 407-6400 Municipal to ground SWDP IP PARIS
WATQUAL MUNINPDESIP -
Municipal NPDES IP
(360) 407-6400 Individual NPDES and State permits issued to municipalities and other public entities to regulate discharges of treated domestic wastewater to state waters. PARIS
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