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Agricultural Utilization Permit – Request for Renewal – Puglisi Egg Farms of Delaware, LLC.

Puglisi Egg Farms of Delaware has applied to renew its permit to operate a land treatment system for liquid by-products from an egg washing/sanitation system at the Puglisi Egg Farm near Middletown.


NPDES MS4 Phase II Tier I General Permit

A National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Tier I General Permit is being issued for existing Phase II Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) individual permitted entities.


Public Hearing: Clean Delaware Agricultural Utilization Permit Renewal

The Division of Water will conduct a public hearing on April 27, 2022, to consider comments from the public on an application from Clean Delaware, LLC, for renewal of their existing Agricultural Utilization permit.


Distribution and Marketing Permit Renewal – City of Seaford (Delaware)

The City of Seaford has applied for renewal of a permit to produce composted biosolids product at the Seaford Wastewater Treatment and Composting Facility located on the south side of the Seaford, adjacent to the Nanticoke River.


Agricultural Utilization Permit Renewal – Kent County Levy Court (Delaware)

Kent County Levy court has submitted an application for renewal of their permit for the land treatment of biosolids at the Vineyard Farm, near Frederica.


NPDES Permits: Port Penn Sanitary Treatment Plant

The New Castle County Dept. of Special Services, has applied for reissuance of its National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit to discharge treated sanitary sewerage to the Delaware River from the Port Penn Sanitary Treatment Plant, located on Fishers Wharf Road off Route 9 in Port Penn.


Wastewater Facilities Construction Permit Applications

Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control, Division of Water, hereby gives notice that a permit application has been received from: Windward on the River, LP of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware.


Surface Water Discharges Section, NPDES Permit Reissuance: Greenville Country Club

Greenville Country Club has applied for reissuance of its National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit to discharge treated sanitary wastewater from Greenville Country Club located at 201 Owl’s Best Road to a tributary of Red Clay Creek.





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