A Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources

Wastewater Disposal Applications & Forms



Jeff Larson, Wastewater Regulatory Program Manager                 404.232.1562       jeff.larson@dnr.ga.gov

Gigi Steele, Municipal Permitting Manager                                   404.463-4949      gigi.steele@dnr.ga.gov

Audra Dickson, Industrial Permitting Manager                              404.463.4934      audra.dickson@dnr.ga.gov


 National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)

Anti-Degradation Analysis

Required for new or expanding proposed point source discharge(s) to surface waters which will degrade or lower water quality

All NPDES Applicants

Municipal Applicants

  • *This form is available for electronic submittal through the Georgia EPD On-line System (GEOS).
  • For more information click here: http://epd.georgia.gov/geos/

Industrial Applicants

Land Application of Sludge


Land Application System (LAS)

LAS Application

LAS Guidance Document

Land Application of Sludge


Pretreatment Application & Forms

State Issued Pretreatment Application

Approved Industrial Pretreatment Program


General NPDES & LAS Permits, Notice of Intent (NOI), & Notice of Termination (NOT) Forms

New dischargers seeking coverage under the following general permits must submit a NOI form, and if applicable, an Anti-Degradation Analysis at least 30 days prior to the date of desired coverage. Coverage will commence upon receipt of the Notice of Coverage issued by EPD.

Aquatic Pesticides to Waters of the State


Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations

    Animal Feed Operation LAS (300 to 1000 animal units)

   Animal Feed Operation LAS (greater than 1000 animal units)

   Concentrated Animal Feeding Operation NPDES Permit


Filter Backwash Discharges Associated With Water Treatment Activity With Sludge Handling Capability


Large Community Subsurface Systems

Mining and Processing Facilities


Once-Through Non-Contact Cooling Water With No Chemical Additives


Private and Industrial Development (PID) WPCP



Settlement Pond Discharge from Sand & Gravel Dredgers