Month: May 2021

ADEQ Updates for SAEMS

Webinars and Virtual Meetings: •UST Applications in myDEQ Webinar – Account Setup & User Roles on June 3, 2021, from 10am-12pm – http://www.azdeq.gov/events/webinar-ust-applications-mydeq-account-setup-user-roles •AZPDES General Permit Modifications Webinar on June 3, 2021, from 11am-12pm. Inform permit holders of general permit modifications that will extend coverage to state-listed waters. AZPDES General Permits included Construction General Permit (CGP), …

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Upcoming Webinar: AZPDES General Permit Modifications

To simplify implementation of the new Arizona Surface Water Protection Program (SWPP), ADEQ will modify the existing AZPDES General Permits (GPs) to extend coverage to state-listed waters. Additionally, our goal is to have the modified permits finalized by mid-August. An informational webinar will be held on Thursday, June 3, 11 a.m. – noon. The purpose …

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Proposal to Issue AZPDES Permit Renewal (AZS000018) for ADOT’s Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4)

ADEQ welcomes comments on the proposed Arizona Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (AZPDES) renewal permit (AZS000018) coverage to the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) for their municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4). View Public Notice/Related Documents > ADEQ encourages and values your input and participation. To view more ADEQ public notices, visit azdeq.gov/notices

2020 Emissions Inventory Reporting

If you held an air quality permit issued by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) for any portion of 2020, you are required to submit a 2020 emissions inventory (EI) report to ADEQ by June 1, 2021. For the latest reporting forms, instructions, webinar recordings, guidance, as well as other details, please visit: http://www.azdeq.gov/emissions-inventories Unless you …

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Join Our Webinar Series to Set Yourself Up for Success Using UST Applications in myDEQ

ADEQ is holding a series of webinars to provide users an in-depth understanding of new UST applications in myDEQ, ADEQ’s online portal. The webinars will cover topics from account setup to complying with UST requirements related to notification forms, financial responsibility and suspected release reports. The webinars will also include an opportunity for attendees to …

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Water System Risk Assessment and Mitigation Measures: Lessons Learned from AWIA

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality invites owners, operators and managers of water systems to participate in our half-day webinar about threats water systems in Arizona may face as well as appropriate risk mitigation measures. Subsequently, the webinar will discuss lessons learned from conducting risk and resilience assessments and developing emergency response plans as required by Section 2013 …

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Governor Ducey Signs Historic Water Protection Legislation

PHOENIX (May 5, 2021) — Governor Doug Ducey today signed water protection legislation to ensure clean water in nearly 800 Arizona streams, lakes as well as rivers. These are critical for drinking, fishing and recreation.  “Living in the desert, the value of water is something we in Arizona know well. We have taken great steps to protect …

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Governor Ducey Calls On Department Of Defense To Promptly Address Groundwater Contamination In Arizona

PHOENIX (April 28, 2021) — Governor Doug Ducey is calling on the U.S. Department of Defense to take prompt action to address Pentagon-related groundwater contamination near Arizona’s military installations. In an April 27 letter to Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin, Governor Ducey requested DOD to identify as well as treat water in Arizona contaminated in the areas …

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