General Permit for Coal Mining, Processing, and Associated Activities (KYGE4 and KYGW4) Effective 10-1-14
The electronic Notice of Intent (eNOI - application) for both KYGE4 and KYGW4 is not yet available, but will be located here: https://dep.gateway.ky.gov/eForms/default.aspx?FormID=42
The following document is informational only - not to be submitted for KYGE/W4 coverage: http://dep.ky.gov/formslibrary/Documents/eNOI-KYG04.pdf
General Permit for Stormwater Discharges Associated with Industrial Activity Available on the Web
The electronic Notice of Intent (NOI KYR00) for Stormwater Discharges Associated with Industrial Activity under the KPDES General Permit is available on the Web. For the NOI KYR00, click here or visit https://dep.gateway.ky.gov/eForms/default.aspx?FormID=30. Click here for a copy of the KYR00 general permit.
No Exposure Certification Form For Exclusion from KPDES Stormwater Permitting Available on the Web
The electronic No Exposure Certification form (eForm-NE) for Exclusion from Stormwater Permitting is available on the Web. For the eForm NE click here or visit https://dep.gateway.ky.gov/eForms/default.aspx?FormID=33.
General Permits for Stormwater Construction Available on the Web
The electronic Notice of Intent (eNOI-SWCA) for Stormwater Discharges Associated with Construction Activity (KPDES Form NOI-SWCA) under the KPDES General Permit is available on the Web. For the eNOI SWCA, click here or visit https://dep.gateway.ky.gov/eForms/default.aspx?FormID=7.
Click here to learn about general permits for wastewater discharges. In addition to explaining what general permits are, each wastewater discharge general permit is listed, along with its effective and expiration dates, and is linked to a page that provides access to that general permit’s fact sheet, permit, application, instructions, notice of termination, and any available guidance.
Nature License Plate
Drive home your support for the outdoors and keep Kentucky in a natural state by buying a Nature License Plate. All proceeds from the sale of nature license plates are deposited into the Kentucky Heritage Land Conservation Fund; the Wild Rivers Program receives 10 percent of those funds.