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Underground Injection Control (UIC) Stormwater Managment Program (SWMP) Components

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21-10-024June 2021
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Author(s) Water Quality Program
Description To prevent redundancy between the Underground Injection Control (UIC) program rule and the Phase I and II Municipal Stormwater National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permits (MS4 Permits), the UIC program rule allows jurisdictions that own or operate Class V UIC wells and are also covered under the Phase I or II MS4 permit to satisfy UIC requirements by the presumptive approach, pursuant to WAC 173-218-090 (1)(c)(C), in the manner described below.

This is a brief summary of the rule and processes.
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Keywords groundwater standards, groundwater quality, stormwater, stormwater management, groundwater, ground water
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