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Red Lion HP LLC proposes to install a pump station, approximately 2,085 linear feet of force main and related appurtenances to serve 240 townhome units in the proposed Vista at Red Lion residential subdivision on the north side of Old Porter Road, in Bear.
Azalea Woods, LLC has applied for a permit for a temporary holding tank to serve 45 dwellings in Phase 1 of the Azalea Woods Subdivision located at the intersection of Gravel Hill Road and Pettyjohn Road, in Sussex County.
Tri Pond Property Owners Association has applied to renew its permit for an on-site wastewater treatment and disposal system for the Tri Pond Acres subdivision, located near the intersection of Beaver Dam Road and Peppers Corner Road, in Sussex County.
A listing of recent applications to the DNREC Division of water for subaqueous lands leases and lease renewals.
The Resource Protection Section actively pursues supplemental funding for projects to address issues of concern. This funding typically comes from Federal Agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), United States Geological Survey (USGS) or the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). While these
The Division of Water monitors ambient water quality and multiple sites around the state to help support multiple goals of the Department. It also tracks the causes and effects of saltwater intrusion. Ambient Groundwater Monitoring The Division of Water is expanding the number of existing groundwater monitoring wells throughout
The Resource Evaluation and Protection program provides data support to Division of Water programs, interagency partners and the public. The Environmental Quality Information System (EQuIS) The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) maintains an EQuIS™ database, from EarthSoft® Inc., to store and analyze both field and laboratory
The Houston Volunteer Fire Company has submitted a permit application for an on-site wastewater treatment and disposal system to serve a 120-seat fire hall located at 143 Broad Street, in Kent County.
Stephen M. Parsons has applied for a temporary holding tank permit to store wastewater pumped from a pump and haul service at 476 Central Church Road, in Kent County.
William Donald Clifton, III has requested an allocation permit for two irrigation wells located 4 miles North of Milton, on Clifton Road.
New Direction Bible Fellowship Inc has applied for an on-site wastewater treatment and disposal system permit to serve a church located at 640 Vance Neck Road, in Middletown.
The New Castle County Department of Special Services and S-J Transportation Co. have applied for renewals of their Non-Hazardous Liquid Waste Transporters permits.
A listing of recent applications to the DNREC Wetlands and Waterways Section for subaqueous lands leases and permits.
A listing of recent applications to the DNREC Div. of Water for water allocation permits.
Mountaire Farms of Delmarva has requested a permit for a proposed public well to be located half a mile north of Selbyville, on Railroad Avenue.
A listing of recent applications to the DNREC Wetlands and Waterways Section for wetlands and subaqueous lands leases and permits.
The Town of Millsboro proposes to install a force main and beneficial reuse main connected to an existing pump station to pump treated wastewater to several spray irrigation properties from the proposed White Farm Wastewater Treatment Plant in Millsboro.
Schiff Land Development Co., LLC proposes to install a pump station, sewer main and force main, and related appurtenances to serve 127 single family homes in the proposed Patriots Crest subdivision on South State Street northwest of Banning Road, in Kent County.
Fogle’s Environmental Services, LLC has applied for the renewal of a permit to transport portable toilet waste to be disposed of at the Town of Laurel wastewater facility.
Brandon Bonk has requested a permit for two irrigation wells to be located south of Magnolia, on Irish Hill Road.
Ken Burns Sanitation, Inc. has applied to renew a permit that allows for the transport of septage and grease trap/cooking oil waste to be disposed of at out-of-state wastewater facilities.
Sussex County proposes to install two pump stations and approximately 350 linear feet of force main to replace 55 on-site septic systems within the Oak Acres subdivision in Frankford and connect the housing units to a county sewer main.
Denali Water Solutions has applied for a renewal of its existing Non-Hazardous Liquid Waste Transporters Permit.
Polyworld Outdoor Furniture has requested a permit for a public well to be located on Old Beach Road, 1.5 miles North of Frederica.
A listing of recent applications to the DNREC Div. of Water for subaqueous lands leases, permits and water quality certifications.
The Division of Water will conduct a public hearing on the reissuance of the City of Seaford Wastewater Treatment Facility National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit.
La División del Agua celebrará una audiencia pública para considerar los comentarios del público sobre la reemisión del Permiso del Sistema Nacional de Eliminación de Descargas de Contaminantes de la Planta de Tratamiento de Aguas Residuales de la ciudad de Seaford.
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Slaughter Septic Services, Inc. has applied for the renewal of a permit to transport septage, and holding tank waste, to be disposed of at the Town of Laurel, City of Seaford, and South Coastal wastewater facilities.
Estuary Development, LLC has applied for a permit for a temporary holding tank to serve 25 dwellings located at Sea Lions Court, in Sussex County.
Progressive Growth, LLC has requested renewal of a permit for an on-site wastewater treatment and disposal system for the 301 Plaza, located at 921 Middletown Warwick Road, in New Castle County.
Carey Farms has requested an allocation permit for two irrigation wells to be located 3 miles west of Slaughter Beach in Sussex County.
The Board of Certification for Wastewater Operators is accepting applications for two board member positions.
Robby Nichols, LLC has applied for a permit to transport septage, holding tank waste, grease trap waste/cooking waste and portable toilet waste to be disposed of at the Kent County Sanitary Sewer System.
Sailors Bethel Church has requested a permit for an irrigation well to be located 0.2 miles South of Bethel, on Sam Lucas Road.
Lamar Advertising of Penn LLC proposes to build a wetland walkway to gain access for billboard maintenance in State-regulated Wetlands located southwest of Judy Johnson Drive, in Wilmington.
The Division of Water is rescheduling the public hearing on reissuance of a NPDES permit for the City of Seaford Wastewater Treatment Facility from Sept. 27 to Nov. 8, 2023.
Baywood LLC has applied for a permit to install a pump station and approximately 1,167 seven linear feet of force main, and related appurtenances, to serve the Baywood Garden Villas residential development, located at 32147 Long Neck Road, in Sussex County.
La División del Agua cancela la audiencia pública programada para 27 de septiembre de 2023, a partir de las 6:00 p.m. para considerar sobre la reemisión del Permiso del Sistema Nacional de Eliminación de Descargas de Contaminantes para la Planta de Tratamiento de Aguas Residuales de la ciudad de Seaford.
Diamond State Sustainability Corporation has submitted an application for renewal of a permit for an on-site wastewater treatment and disposal system for the Grants Way subdivision, located on Turlock Center, in Sussex County.
The Shoppes of Mt. Pleasant DST has submitted an application to renew its permit for an on-site wastewater treatment and disposal system for the Shoppes of Mt. Pleasant shopping plaza.
Carey Farms has requested modification of an existing allocation permit for two proposed replacement irrigation wells and one existing well located east of Lincoln, on Draper Road and Rutt Road.
The Source Water Assessment and Protection Program provides for the assessment and protection of sources of public drinking water from both surface water and groundwater sources in Delaware.
Water Supply and Allocations
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Drought watches, warnings and emergencies in Delaware are declared by the Governor, with guidance from the Water Supply Coordinating Council. In a drought watch or a drought warning, voluntary conservation measures are in effect. During a drought emergency, mandatory water use restrictions are imposed. Allocated users may
A water allocation permit is required for all major water withdrawals under the Regulations Governing the Allocation of Water (7 DE Admin. Code 7303). The Division of Water publishes instructions and guidance for completing a water allocation permit application. A separate permit is required for water impoundments.
Water allocation permit holders in Delaware are required to record and report water usage each year. These reports are used by the Division of Water in long-term water supply planning and water conservation efforts. Public, industrial, irrigation, golf course, and commercial users report monthly production for each water facility (well
A listing of recent applications to the DNREC Division of Water for wetlands and subaqueous lands permits, leases and certifications.
Mountaire Farms of Delaware, Inc. has requested modification of an existing allocation permit to include four industrial wells located on John J Williams Hwy, east of Millsboro.
Artesian Water Company has requested modification of an allocation permit for two existing public wells located on Old County Road, 2.9 miles South of Glasgow in Kent County.
Love Creek MHP has applied for a permit for a temporary holding tank to serve a dwelling at 20800 Water Lily Lane, in Sussex County.