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STATE LEGALS

STATE LEGALS

STATE OF WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT
OF NATURAL RESOURCES
PUBLIC NOTICE OF INTENT TO TERMINATE WISCONSIN POLLUTANT DISCHARGE
ELIMINATION
SYSTEM
(WPDES) GENERAL PERMIT NO.
WI-0059137-04-0
General Permit Name: Short Duration
Discharge (WI-0059137-04-0)
Receiving Water and Location: Point
source discharges to the surface waters
or groundwater in the state of Wisconsin.
Brief Description of Facilities Covered
under the General Permit: This general
permit is applicable to discharges that
occur infrequently and are relatively short
in duration and may not be applicable
under another general permit that are
discharged to surface waters or indirectly
to groundwaters via seepage. The
discharges may not occur for more than
90 consecutive days and may not occur in
consecutive years. The current permit can
be found on the Wastewater General
Permits webpage here: https://dnr.wi.gov
/topic/wastewater/GeneralPermits.html.
Permit Drafter: Trevor J. Moen, DNR, 625
E County Rd Y STE 700, Oshkosh WI
54904-9731, phone: (920) 424-7883 or
email: Trevor.Moen@Wisconsin.gov
Reason for Termination: The Department
has determined that many of the
wastewater discharges applicable under
the Short-Duration Discharge General
Permit may be eligible and more
appropriately covered under another
WPDES general permit or individual
permit. Following the public notice period
and final determination to terminate the
permit, any discharger that may be
eligible under the Short Duration Discharge General Permit will be required to
apply for coverage under another
WPDES general permit or individual
permit.
The Department has tentatively decided
that the above specified WPDES permit
should be terminated.
Persons wishing to comment on or object
to the proposed permit action, or to
request a public hearing, may write to the
Department of Natural Resources at the
permit drafter’s address. Currently, DNR
staff are working remotely and have very
limited access to US mail. To ensure
comments are received, the Department

recommends that all comments be sent
via email to the permit drafter listed in this
notice. All comments or suggestions
received no later than 30 days after the
publication date of this public notice will
be considered along with other information on file in making a final decision
regarding the permit. Anyone providing
comments in response to this public
notice will receive a notification of the
Department’s final decision when the
permit is issued. Where designated as a
reviewable surface water discharge permit, the U.S. Environmental Protection
Agency is allowed up to 90 days to submit
comments or objections regarding this
permit determination. If no comments are
received on the proposed permit from
anyone, including U.S. EPA, the permit
will be terminated as proposed.
The Department may schedule a public
informational hearing if requested by any
person and shall schedule an informational hearing if a petition requesting a
hearing is received from 5 or more
persons or if response to this notice
indicates significant public interest pursuant to s. 283.49, Wis. Stats. Requests
for a public informational hearing shall
state the following: the name and address
of the person(s) requesting the hearing;
the interest in the proposed permit of the
person(s) requesting the hearing; the
reasons for the request; and the issues
proposed to be considered at the hearing.
Information on file for this permit action,
including the permit, fact sheet and notice
of intent, is accessible via e-mail by
contacting the above-named permit
drafter’s e-mail address during normal
business hours Monday through Friday
(except holidays). Note that DNR staff
have limited access to permit hard copy
files during this time as they are working
from home, but much of the permit file is
available electronically by e-mail request.
Permit information is also available on the
internet at: http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/wastewater/PublicNotices.html. Pursuant to the
Americans with Disabilities Act, reasonable accommodation, including the provision of informational material in an
alternative format, will be made to
qualified individuals upon request.
WSJ: October 14, 2020 - 20656 WNAXLP

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