Ground Water Discharge Permit For Oil Terminals
General Info - Statewide Permit
The groundwater discharge permit for oil terminals combines the requirements of the State of Maryland discharge permit program and the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) into one permit for oil terminal facilities that discharge storm water or hydrostatic test water to State groundwater. The permit is designed to meet federal effluent guidelines where applicable and to ensure the discharge satisfies State water quality standards. Oil terminals receiving oil by pipeline or marine transfer and which have greater than 5 million gallons storage capacity must apply.
$50.0 - $2,000.0
Obtaining the Permit
Ready to get your permit? - Steps, Requirements, and Documents
Complete the application form and mail without fees to:
Maryland Department of the Environment
LMA/Oil Control Program
1800 Washington Blvd., Suite 620
Baltimore, MD 21230-1719
Apply for the Permit
Ready to apply?
Download the application .PDF file
Permit Issuer - Information
Tel: (410) 537-3442