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Drinking Water Permitting     Central District

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Caroline Shine, Environmental Administrator

 

Drinking Water Permits and Clearances are issued in order to ensure the safety of Drinking Water

 

New Permitting Fees Effective April 21, 2009

 

Rule 62-4, Florida Administrative Code

Rule 62-699, Florida Administrative Code

Drinking Water Permitting Forms- 62-555.900(7) and 62-555.900 (18) updated to reflect new permitting fees.

 

62-4.050 (n) Drinking Water (Public Water Supply) Permits. New effective 04/21/2009

1. Construction permit for each Category I - III treatment plant, as defined in Rule 62-699.310, F.A.C.

a. Treatment plant - 5 MGD (MGD= Million Gallons per Day) and above

$12,500

b. Treatment plant - 1 MGD up to 5 MGD

$10,000

c. Treatment plant - 0.25 MGD up to 1 MGD

$7,000

d. Treatment plant - 0.1 MGD up to 0.25 MGD

$4,000

e. Treatment plant - up to 0.1 MGD

$2,000

     

2. Construction permit for each Category IV treatment plant, as defined in Rule 62‑699.310, F.A.C.

a. Treatment plant - 5 MGD and above

$12,500

b. Treatment plant - 1 MGD up to 5 MGD

$10,000

c. Treatment plant - 0.25 MGD up to 1 MGD

$7,000

d. Treatment plant - 0.1 MGD up to 0.25 MGD

$4,000

e. Treatment plant - .01 up to 0.1 MGD

$2,000

f. Treatment plant - up to 0.01 MGD

$800

     

3. Construction permit for each Category V treatment plant, as defined in Rule 62‑699.310, F.A.C.

a. Treatment plant - 5 MGD and above

$10,000

b. Treatment plant - 1 MGD up to 5 MGD

$6,000

c. Treatment plant - 0.25 MGD up to 1 MGD

$2,000

d. Treatment plant - 0.1 MGD up to 0.25 MGD

$1,000

e. Treatment plant - up to 0.1 MGD

$600

     

4. Distribution and transmission systems, including raw water lines into the plant, except those under general permit.

a. Serving a community public water system

$900

b. Serving a non-transient non-community public water system

$700

c. Serving a transient non-community public water system

$500

     

5. Construction permit for each public water supply well.

a. Well located in a delineated area pursuant to Chapter 62-524, F.A.C

$1,000

b. Any other public water supply well.

$500

     

6. Major modifications to systems that alter the existing treatment without expanding the capacity of the system and are not considered substantial changes pursuant to subsection 62-4.050(7) below.

a. 1 MGD and above

$4,000

b. 0.1 MGD up to 1 MGD

$2,000

c. 0.01 up to 0.1 MGD

$1,000

d. up to 0.01 MGD

$500

     

7. Minor modifications to systems that result in no change in the treatment or capacity.

a. 0.1 MGD and above

$1,000

b. up to 0.1 MGD

$500

     

8. General Permit fee for any General Permit not specifically in subparagraphs 1. through 7. above:

a. General permits requiring Professional Engineer or Professional Geologist certification.

$650

    b.  General permits not requiring PE or PG                                                             

$500

     


62-4.050 (s) Drinking Water (Public Water Supply) Permits, Minor Modifications to Permits, including permit transfers and time extensions. Effective 10/31/2007.  Was not changed in 04/21/2009.

(s) Minor modifications of permits that do not require substantial technical evaluation by the Department, do not require a new site inspection by the Department, and will not lead to substantially different environmental impacts or will lessen the impacts of the original permit:
1. To correct minor errors or typographical mistakes and that do not involve technical review $0
   
2. To incorporate changes requested by the Department or required through permits issued by other regulatory agencies, and to change due dates for reporting or performance deadlines when such changes in the due date do not involve any new work, any new work locations, or any new activities, and will not alter, replace, or otherwise eliminate the requirements for otherwise performing the work required by the permit $0
   
3. That consist of transfers of permits or time extensions (please see notes below) $50
   
4. That consist of minor technical changes which involve new work, new work locations, new activities, or any other change which alters, replaces, or otherwise eliminates the work authorized by the permit when the original permit fee of the issued permit is less than $300, except for modifications to permits issued pursuant to Section 403.816, F.S. $50
   
5. That consist of minor technical changes which involve new work, new work locations, new activities, or any other change which alters, replaces, or otherwise eliminates the work authorized by the permit when the original permit fee of the issued permit is more than or equal to $300, except for Domestic Wastewater Facility Permits, Industrial Wastewater Facility Permits, Drinking Water (Public Water Supply) Permits, Underground Injection Control Permits and permits issued pursuant to Section 403.816, F.S. $250

 

Notes:

  • General Permits are issued for one full 5 years term and cannot be extended

  • General Permits are used to perform the work as proposed and approved.  The use of the General Permit cannot be modified to accommodate design changes.  New applications must be submitted for changed designs.

  • Specific Permits are issued for validity up to 5 years.  These cannot be extended beyond a total of 5 years.


 

Drinking Water Permitting Forms

updated forms, (include changes to fee schedule)

 

62-555.900(7) Notice of Intent to Use the General Permit for Construction of Water Main Extensions for PWS 8/28/03, instructions  updated to include new fees 04/2009 PDF
62-555.900(18) Notice of Intent to Use the General Permit for Construction of Lead or Copper Corrosion Control, or Iron or Manganese Sequestration, Treatment Facilities for Small or Medium PWS 8/28/03, instructions  updated to include new fees 04/2009 PDF

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3319 Maguire Blvd., Suite 232

Orlando, Florida 32803-3767

 

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