Multi-Sector General Permit (Industrial Stormwater Permit)

The Multi-Sector General Permit regulates industrial stormwater discharges and authorized non-stormwater discharges from industrial facilities in Nevada. The Multi-Sector General Permit is called a general permit because many industrial facilities are covered by the same permit. 

NDEP recommends users read the fact sheet and the general permit listed below under Permit Documents and related information to determine if your activity requires an industrial stormwater permit. Please feel free to contact anyone in the Stormwater Branch for additional help.

If you are subject to the permitting requirements, you must file a Notice of Intent (NOI) for coverage under the General Permit by completing the Online form (see link below.) After completing the online form you will need to print the document, sign with an original (wet) signature, and mail it to NDEP at the address indicated.

Applies to:

Facilities defined under 1 of 11 categories (see below) EXCEPT in any Mineral Industry Facilities defined within SIC code 10 under Category III of 40 CFR §122.26(b)(14); or Construction activity defined under Category X of 40 CFR §122.26(b)(14).

Application Fee:


Annual Fee:

$1,000.00 / Fiscal Year (July 1, XXXX through June 30, XXXX)

Payable To:


Submit to:

Nevada Division of Environmental Protection
Bureau of Water Pollution Control
901 South Stewart Street, Suite 4001
Carson City NV 89701-5249

Permit Documents

Applying for Permit Coverage

Terminating Permit Coverage

  • The person signing this form must be an authorized signatory. This form cannot be forwarded to sign after filling, so if you are filling out the form you must be a principal executive officer of the corporation; a general partner of the partnership; the proprietor of a sole proprietorship; a principal executive office, ranking elected official or authorized employee of the municipal, state, or other public facility; or a duly authorized representative that has an authorization letter on file with Water Pollution Control. Notice of Termination (NOT) Online Form

  • REINSPECTION FEES: Beginning July 1, 2023, NDEP will require a Notice of Termination Reinspection fee of $200 for every denied Notice of Termination. 

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