Multi-Sector Stormwater General Permit

Activities that take place at industrial facilities, such as material handling and storage, are often exposed to the weather. As runoff from rain or snowmelt comes into contact with these materials, it picks up pollutants and transports them to nearby storm sewer systems, and streams, lakes and rivers. Stormwater pollution is a significant source of water quality problems for West Virginia’s waters. In order to minimize the impact of stormwater discharges from industrial facilities, the WV NPDES program includes an industrial stormwater permitting component. Operators of industrial facilities included in one of the 20 categories of stormwater discharges associated with industrial activity that discharge or have the potential to discharge stormwater to a municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) or directly to waters of the State require authorization under a WV/NPDES industrial stormwater permit.

Draft Modified 2020 MSGP

2019 Reissuance

WV/NPDES WV0111457 Multi Sector Stormwater General Permit was issued on September 12, 2019 and becomes effective October 12, 2019.

Jefferson County Development Authority, TeMa North America, LLC

Jefferson County Development Authority was issued Registration No. WVG611874, March 29, 2019, under WV General Permit No. WV0111457, WV/NPDES Multi-Sector General Water Pollution Control Permit for Stormwater Associated with Industrial Activities. This registration covers the discharge of stormwater associated with the TeMa North America, LLC Jefferson County Operation facility.

A public notice/public comment period closed on February 9, 2019.

The permit approval and a summary of comments received and agency response can be found in the documents below.

Permit Forms

Previous General Permits, Drafts and Fact Sheets

Additional Information and Contacts

For more information about WV DEP’s Multi-Sector General Permit, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page. Additional questions regarding the Multi-Sector General Permit should be directed to:

Patrick Burch, Environmental Resources Specialist 3
West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection
Division of Water and Waste Management
601 57th St. SE
Charleston, WV 25304
Phone: (304) 926-0499 x43813