Illicit Discharge Complaint Form
Polluted storm water runoff is commonly transported through municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s), and then often discharged, untreated, into local water bodies.
An MS4 is a conveyance or system of conveyances that is:
-owned by a state, city, town, village, or other public entity that discharges to waters of the U.S.,
designed or used to collect or convey storm water (e.g., storm drains, pipes, ditches),
-not a combined sewer, and
-not part of a sewage treatment plant, or publicly owned treatment works (POTW).
To prevent harmful pollutants from being washed or dumped into MS4s, certain operators are required to obtain NPDES permits and develop storm water management programs (SWMPs). The SWMP describes the storm water control practices that will be implemented consistent with permit requirements to minimize the discharge of pollutants from the sewer system.
*Please note complianant data is private, except for cases of court ordered release of specific information.
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Illicit Discharge Incident
Concrete or paint washed out in street (most common).
Runoff such as grass clippings into storm water drains.
Chemical dumping into storm water drains.
Sediment track out (water or other discharge) from construction site.
Water rerouted from an existing storm water pond or other source.
Stormwater pond filled with dirt or other filler.
Toxic material being drained into a ditch or storm water pond.
Dirty water discharging to creek, river, lake, pond, or wetland.
If "Other", please explain incident:
Incident Address (approximate if exact address is unknown):
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