all dischargers (new, renewal, modification), complete
and submit the discharge permit application form AT LEAST 120
days prior to your planned start-up date (new facilities) or
the expiration date of your existing permit.A discharge permit modification is required if you plan
to change the quantity, quality or location of the discharge.Click on the link below to download an application form.The permit application must be accompanied by a $100
fees are imposed prior to final issuance of the permit; the
fee schedule is based on the discharge volume.
AND"Part B" which pertains specifically to dairies:
NMED is in the process of posting this form on their website.
DPNM will provide a link to the NMED form once it is available.
Check back soon.
is requesting that you DO NOT fill in the blank for "Number
of Cows Milked Daily."This is Confidential Business Information and the NMED
does not need this information.Your permit is for a discharge volume, NOT for a particular
number of cows.
In the past,
those of you wanting to renew your permit without any changes
have simply submitted a letter to the NMED with that request.However, NMED staff have informed us that they will
now require a completed permit application, even for a renewal.DPNM is working to get a straight and final answer
on this, and we will keep you posted.Keep checking the website's
HOT TOPICS for updates.