Protecting Public Health and the Environment.

Current Permits Issued by DEQ

DEQ issues permits to regulate emissions of air pollutants, reuse of recycled water, and treatment, storage and disposal of hazardous wastes. The purpose of environmental permits is to protect public health and the environment. Permits establish the conditions under which facilities that generate pollution may operate. Permits represent a contract between the businesses and the government that the facilities will comply with applicable state and federal pollution control laws.

Instructions: Permits currently in effect may be accessed in the table below. Select the number of records you would like to view at one time (ranging from 10 to All), the permit type (such as Air - PTC or Wastewater Reuse or All), and the sort order (alphabetical or by date). Then click on the Filter Results button.

(To locate a permit for a specific facility, enter the facility name in the Search the site box on the top right corner of this page and click the GO button. On the Search Results page, select Permits from the criteria on the right side of that page to limit the search to permits only.)


Records 441 to 450 of 1108
PermitteePermit NumberPermit TypeEffective DateExpire DateDocument Links
Idaho Milk Products, Inc.
Jerome, ID
P-2007.0205Air - PTC06/19/13Permit

Statement of Basis
Idaho Minerals
Malad, ID
P-2017.0005Air - PTC02/17/17Permit

Statement of Basis
Idaho National Laboratory, Advanced Mixed Waste Treatment Project (AMWTP)
Idaho Falls, ID
EPA ID#: ID4890008952Hazardous Waste06/04/0806/04/18Volume 1 (June 2016)

Volume 2 (June 2016)

Volume 3 (May 2016)

Volume 4 (May 2016)

Volume 5 (June 2016)
Idaho National Laboratory, CFA Sewage Treatment
East-southeast edge of the Central Facility Area of INEEL approx. 52 miles west of Idaho Falls, ID
LA-000141-03Wastewater Reuse03/17/1003/16/15Permit
Idaho National Laboratory, INTEC New Percolation Ponds
Idaho Falls, ID
M-130-06Wastewater Reuse06/01/1706/01/24Permit
Idaho National Laboratory, Materials and Fuels Complex (MFC)
Industrial waste ditch located at the southeastern corner of INL, approx. 36 miles west of Idaho Falls in Bingham County
I-160-02Wastewater Reuse01/26/1701/25/27Permit
Idaho National Laboratory, Materials Fuels Complex (MFC) - Experimental Fuels Facility (EFF) - Hot Fuel Examination Facility (HFEF) - Radioactive Scrap and Waste Facility (RSWF) - Sodium Components Maintenance Shop (SCMS) - Sodium Storage Building (SSB)
Idaho Falls, ID
EPA ID#: ID4890008952Hazardous Waste10/01/1510/01/25Partial Permit (January 2017)

Attachment 1A – Part A (July 2016)

Attachment 1B - Facility Description (January 2017)

Attachment 1D – Process Description (January 2017)

Attachment 2 - Waste Analysis Plan (July 2016)

Attachment 3 - Security (October 2015)

Attachment 4 - Inspections (January 2017)

Attachment 5 - Personnel Training (October 2015)

Attachment 6 - Procedures to Prevent Hazards (January 2017)

Attachment 7 - Contingency Plan (January 2017)

Attachment 8 - Closure Plan (October 2015)

Attachment 9 – FFA/CO (October 2015)

Attachment 10 – Revision Log (January 2017)
Idaho National Laboratory, Naval Reactors Facility Irrigation Waste Ditch
Approx. 11 miles north of U.S. Hwy 20/26 interchange Butte County, ID
LA-000155-01Wastewater Reuse07/26/0707/26/12Permit

Permit Modification
Idaho National Laboratory, RTC Cold Waste Pond
Located near the southeast corner of ATR at INL, approx. 47 miles west of Idaho Falls, ID.
I-161-02Wastewater Reuse11/20/1411/19/19Permit

Modification 1
Idaho National Laboratory, Volume 1 - HWMA/RCRA Part A Permit Application for the INL
Idaho Falls, ID
EPA ID#: ID4890008952Hazardous Waste09/30/09Permit Application (June 2016)



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