DEEP: Water Regulating and Discharges
Water Regulating and Discharges
Agricultural Wastewater
 Agricultural Wastewater

General Info
 Water Management

Guidance
 Charitable Car Wash Guidance
 Snow Removal Guidelines

Industrial Wastewater
 Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG) Model Program
 Industrial NPDES Permit Application Process
 Industrial Wastewater
 NetDMR in Connecticut
  EPA's NetDMR electronic reporting system allows Connecticut DEP wastewater permittees to submit discharge monitoring reports (DMR) electronically to the Connecticut DEP.
 Notification of New Connecticut Law Regarding Wastes From Hydraulic Fracturing
  As of July 1, 2014, Public Act 14-200 entitled "An Act Prohibiting the Storage and Disposal of Fracking Waste in Connecticut" prohibits the receipt, collection, storage, treatment, transfer or disposal of waste from hydraulic fracturing until such time as the Department adopts regulations.
 Significant TWO Industrial Users in Significant Non-Compliance during Federal Fiscal Year 2016
  In accordance with Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations, §403.8(f)(2)(viii), the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is providing notice of those significant industrial users (SIUs) that were in significant non-compliance (SNC) with pretreatment standards and other pretreatment requirements during the preceding federal fiscal year.

Storm Water
 Commercial Stormwater
  The General Permit for the Discharge of Stormwater Associated with Commercial Activity (Commercial Stormwater General Permit) is a permit administered solely by the CT DEEP. Facilities subject to the Commercial Stormwater General Permit must have at least five acres of impervious surfaces and have a Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code from 50-59 or 70-79.
 Construction Stormwater GP
  The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) delegated to the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CT DEEP) the authority to issue permits for the discharge of stormwater and dewatering wastewaters to surface waters from construction activities that will disturb one acre or more of land area.
 CT Stormwater Quality Manual - Errata Sheet
 Industrial Stormwater GP
  The General Permit for the Discharge of Stormwater Associated with Industrial Activity regulates industrial facilities with point source stormwater discharges that are engaged in specific activities according to their Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code.
 Municipal Stormwater
  The General Permit for the Discharge of Stormwater form Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems requires municipalites subject to this permit to undertake practices that reduce the contamination of stormwater that discharges from its stormwater system to water bodies.
 Stormwater Management
 Stormwater Manual
 Video Tutorial -- General Permit with modifications
  The General Permit for the Discharge of Stormwater Associated with Industrial Activities (Industrial Stormwater general permit) was reissued with modifications with an effective date of October 1, 2011. In this video tutorial, DEEP employee Chris Stone provides an overview of the Industrial Stormwater general permit focusing on how the reissued permit differs from the previous permit.

Subsurface Disposal
 2007 Guidance Document for Design of Large-Scale On-Site Wastewater Renovation Systems
  The Guidance Document for Design of Large-Scale On-Site Wastewater Renovation Systems (OWRS) is intended to provide information and methodologies for the design, construction, operation and maintenance for those wastewater renovation systems which are under the Department’s regulatory authority. This would include OWRS at: 1. Sites where the design flow is greater than 5,000 gallons per day, which may include multiple smaller systems 2. Sites utilizing alternative treatment systems 3. Sites utilizing community sewerage systems
 Subsurface Sewage Treatment and Disposal Systems - Septic Systems