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Draft Pesticide General Permit (PGP) Public Notice

The Department of Environmental Conservation (Department) is reissuing the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) pesticide general permit (2017 PGP) which authorizes the point source discharges of biological pesticides, and chemical pesticides that leave a residue, to waters of Vermont.

FLOODPLAIN PERMITS PUBLIC NOTICES

Public comments are being accepted by the Watershed Management Division for the permit actions listed below.

Comments must be received by 4:30 p.m. on the date in which comments are due.

Draft Permit Notices

Public Notice Information for Actions Proposed by the Indirect Discharge Program and Underground Injection Control Program

Public comments are being accepted by the Drinking Water & Groundwater Protection Division for the permit actions listed below. The public notice document describes the proposed activity being regulated and explains how to submit comments. Conditions for conducting the proposed activity can be found in the draft permit or certification.

Pesticide General Permit

PESTICIDE GENERAL PERMIT

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The Pesticide General Permit (PGP) (PDF,  505 KB) was issued pursuant to Vermont’s federally delegated National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) program. The PGP provides coverage for discharges from the application of pesticides to, waters of the state for the following pesticide use patterns:

Aquatic Nuisance Control

Application Process

In accordance with the DEC Permit Expediting Procedure, the standard review times for given categories of applications are as follows:

Pesticides and chemicals other than pesticides: 180 days
Bottom barriers and powered mechanical devices: 75 days
Structural controls and biological controls: 180 days

Do You Need a State Permit

09 December 2015
Do You Need a State Permit
This brochure gives an overview of the services provided by the Permit Assistance Specialists.

Fees, Applications and Permits

Various certifications and permits required by either state or federal rules and regulations. Permits for various wastewater and drinking water programs are linked below along with certifications and licenses for individuals.

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