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The Environmental Permits Division (EPD) implements and oversees most of the permitting programs for MDEQ. EPD also provides support to the Environmental Compliance and Enforcement Division (ECED) in regulating the permitted facilities.

Current Announcements


*ACT8, Condition S-2(3) on Page 17 of the statewide Multimedia Hot Mix Asphalt Facility General Permit (MSR70) has been revised to include stack testing protocol language that existed in the previous General Permit but was omitted in the new General Permit during the recent reissuance process. The added permit language requires the coverage recipient to perform stack testing in accordance with EPA Reference Methods 1-5 (40 CFR 60, Appendix A) and the testing procedures in 40 CFR 60.93. In addition, the coverage recipient shall demonstrate compliance with the opacity limitation in accordance with EPA Reference Method 9 and testing procedures in 40 CFR 60.93 and 40 CFR 60.11. The Multimedia Hot Mix Asphalt Facility General Permit can be accessed HERE. The Hot Mix Asphalt General Permit Forms Package can be accessed HERE.

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Please click this link to a form entitled "Coastal County Utility Authority Environmental Clearance Form to the Office of Pollution Control" This form can also be found under "commonly used applications and forms". This form is required to be completed and submitted to MDEQ for all construction stormwater coverages in Hancock, Harrison, Jackson, Pearl River and Stone Counties.

Features

About EPD
Overview of EPD and the permitting process with links to EPD Branches, Organizational Chart, and phone list.

Environmental Permitting Assistance
Helpful permitting information for small & medium businesses

Public Resource Tools
Links to enSearch Online which provides access to public information about permitted facilities.
Permit Applications Received
Online Public Notices
Issued Permits

Permit Applications & Forms
Forms by listed by permit type. Most forms are in MS Word and/or Adobe pdf format.

Environmental Regulations Associated with Hydraulic Fracturing Activities
MDEQ Fact Sheet


Contact Information

Click here to view a staff directory of the Environmental Permits Division.





Street Address:
515 East Amite St.
Jackson, MS 39201
Link to map


Mailing Address:
Office of Pollution Control
Environmental Permits Division
P. O. Box 2261
Jackson, MS 39225





Fax Number:
(601) 961-5703