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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.

As of January 1, 2018, certain types of permits, certifications and registrations are required to be noticed publicly on the new Environmental Notice Bulletin (ENB) and must follow new procedural rules under Act 150 (10 V.S.A. Chapter 170), a law that standardized and consolidated DEC public notice and comment processes. For more information on what this means for applicants, please visit:

Please note that there is a change in the process for Source Permit applications. Under the new rule, applicants must notify adjoining property owners of their application prior to submitting the application to the department.  The Department has created an official notice which applicants are required to use to make this notification- this notice is available as a form template for your convenience.  The applicant must include a certification to the Department that they have sent notification to the adjoining property owners via US mail. Please see information below to see how other Division permits are incorporated into ENB and Act 150.


Certifications and Licenses

Fees for drinking water and wastewater.