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Generator Site Access Program
The Division of Radiation Control (DRC) was authorized by the Utah Radiation Control Board under Rule 313-26 to administer the Generator Site Access Program. A program established to regulate the access of Low-Level Radioactive Waste (LLRW) Generators to land disposal facilities within the state of Utah.
- UPDES General Construction Storm Water Permit
Construction activities that disturb one or more acres of land must be authorized under the UPDES General Permit for Construction Activities.
- UPDES General Multi-Sector Industrial Storm Water Permit
Certain industrial facilities are required to be covered under the general industrial storm water permit. Facilities commonly covered in Utah are mines (including gravel pits), facilities that produce cement products, many wood product facilities, airports, junk yards, transportation facilities, bulk fueling stations, manufacturing facilities, and scrap recycling facilities.
By using the OneStop Online Business Registration system you will be able to register your business with the Utah State Tax Commission, the Utah Labor Commission, the Utah Department of Commerce, the Utah Department of Workforce Services and the Utah Department of Environmental Quality. After completing the online registration process, you will receive all of the necessary licenses and account numbers for your business. In addition, you will receive all of the information necessary to go to your local municipality to apply for a business license. However, you may still be required to apply for certain Environmental Permits that may not be covered during the OneStop Online Business Registration System. To find out more about DEQ permitting requirements, please visit our Business Assistance page.
If you have questions, comments, or require more information,
contact the DEQ Public Affairs Office (801-536-4400).