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Bureau of Surface Water Permitting

The Bureau of Surface Water Permitting regulates facilities discharging domestic and industrial wastewater directly into surface waters of the state as part of the NJPDES program.

Permittees include various industries, federal, state, county, and municipal facilities, private companies, private residential developments, hospitals, and schools. Collectively, the facilities regulated by this bureau serves the wastewater treatment needs of seven million people and hundreds of industries, treating over 15 billion gallons per day of wastewater.

This bureau also conducts water quality, biological, and toxicological
analyses and thermal impact and cooling water assessments.






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