What is a WDID number?
A WDID number is a Waste Discharge Identification number that is issued for construction projects that are required to obtain coverage under the NDPES General Permit for construction activities. A WDID number may be required by local agencies as a part of the building or grading permitting process.
What is WDID Nona NEC?
If an applicant for a business license has a SIC code that is required to enroll under the IGP, the city must “confirm that the WDID, WDID application number, NONA, or NEC corresponds to the business requesting the initial business license or business license renewal.”
Do I need a WDID?
The WDID Number must be provided to the County for any construction project greater than one acre in size, prior to the issuance of a Grading or Building Permit. What are the fees associated with the General Construction Permit? An invoice will be issued to the applicant when the Notice of Intent is filed in SMARTS.
What is a No Exposure certification identification number?
The “no exposure certification identification number” (NEC) issued for the facility by the State Board. (A business can file for a NEC if it does not expose industrial waste to storm water discharges.)
How do I find my WDID number?
A Waste Discharger Identification (WDID) number will be issued to within 10 business days after the State Water Board receives a complete NOI package (original signed NOI, vicinity map, and check). There may be other permits or requirements in addition to the General Permit.
What is a Qsd?
A QSD is a Qualified SWPPP Designer. A QSD delvelops a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP).
Is Facility SIC code regulated by the Industrial General Permit?
The Industrial General Permit is an NPDES permit that regulates stormwater discharges from any facility associated with 10 broad categories of industrial activities. These categories of industrial activities are based on the SIC codes.
What is the meaning of no exposure?
No exposure means all industrial materials and activities are protected by a storm resistant shelter to prevent exposure to rain, snow, snowmelt, and/or runoff.
How soon must the California State Water Resource Board be notified of the change of ownership?
If you own a water right that is subject to an Annual Water Rights Fee (appropriative or registration), you should notify the State Water Board of changes in ownership at least 10 days prior to the annual billing (Title 23, Section 1074(c), CCR).
What triggers a SWPPP?
When is a SWPPP required?: Typically, SWPPPs are only required for construction projects that disturb more than 1 acre of developed or undeveloped land. Additionally, the California Green Building Code (CalGreen) requires SWPPPs for projects that disturb less than 1 acre.
Who is responsible for SWPPP?
The construction operator is responsible for developing an adequate SWPPP, using guidance provided by the permitting authority. Compliance inspections are also conducted to determine SWPPP adequacy. 3d.
Who needs Swppp?
Typically, SWPPPs are only required for construction projects that disturb more than 1 acre of developed or undeveloped land. Additionally, the California Green Building Code (CalGreen) requires SWPPPs for projects that disturb less than 1 acre.