Permit(s) needed for Mining

Mining is the process or industry of obtaining coal or other minerals from a mine.

The following are required when running a Mining business in Arizona:

 If you have a boiler + generator, you may need an Air Quality Individual Permit | Learn More > 

 If you discharge pollutants into water, you may need a 208 Consistency Review Authorization | Learn More >

You may also need all or some of the following permits:

 If your industry produces crushed stone, you may need a Crushing and Screening Plant GP  | Learn More >

 If you have hot mix asphalt, you may need a Hot Mix Asphalt Plants GP Learn More >

 If you have hazardous waste to dispose of, you may need an Application for a Hazardous Waste EPA ID Number | Learn More >

 If you collect/recycle lead acid batteries, you may need a Lead Acid Batteries Collection/Recycling Authorization | Learn More > 

 If you have a Solid Waste Facility Plan, you may need a Solid Waste Facilities Operation Notification | Learn More >

 If you have a waste or TSD facility, you may need a Solid Waste Facility Plan Approval | Learn More > 

 If you generate special waste, you may need an Application for Special Waste ID Numbers | Learn More > 

 If you treat, store, or dispose of hazardous waste, you may need a Hazardous Waste TSD Facility Permit | Learn More > 

 If you have used oil to dispose of, you may need a Used Oil Collection Centers Registration | Learn More > 

 If you have an outdoor collection of waste tires, you may need a Waste Tire Collection Site Registration/Outdoor Used Tire Storage Site Registration Learn More > 

 1.01 GP: Discharge From A Sand and Gravel Operation, Placer Mining Operation, or Other Similar Acitivity: “Type 1 General Permit: No notification is required, however, best management practices (BMPs) must be followed.”

 1.04 GP: Discharge from a Facility that Receives Water from a Well if Discharge is to the Same Aquifer: “Type 1 General Permit: No notification is required, however, best management practices (BMPs) must be followed.”

 1.05 GP: Discharge of Backwash or Condensate if less than 1000 Gallons Per Day: “Type 1 General Permit: No notification is required, however, best management practices (BMPs) must be followed.”

 1.06 GP: Burial of Mining Industry Off-road Motor Vehicle Waste Tires: “Type 1 General Permit: No notification is required, however, best management practices (BMPs) must be followed."

 1.08 GP: Toilet or Privy: “Type 1 General Permit: No notification is required, however, best management practices (BMPs) must be followed.”

 1.12 GP: Discharge of Wastewater Resulting from Washing Concrete from Trucks, Pumps, and Ancillary Equipment: “Type 1 General Permit: No notification is required, however, best management practices (BMPs) must be followed.”

 2.01 GP: Drywells that Drain Areas with Hazardous Substances | Learn More >

 2.02 GP: Intermediate Stockpiles at Mining Sites | Learn More >

 2.03 GP: Hydrologic Tracer Studies | Learn More > 

 3.01 GP: Lined Impoundments | Learn More > 

 3.03 GP: Vehicle and Equipment Washes | Learn More > 

 3.04 GP: Non-Stormwater Impoundments at Mining Sites | Learn More >

 3.06 GP: Constructed Wetlands to Treat Acid Rock Drainage at Mining Sites | Learn More >

 3.07 GP: Tertiary Treatment Wetlands | Learn More > 

 If your industry has stormwater discharges due to mining, then you may need an AZPDES MSGP Mining Permit  | Learn More >

 If have (info TC), may need a Biosolids Land Application Registration | Learn More >

 If using reclaimed water, you may need a Direct Reuse of Reclaimed Water Individual Permit | Learn More > 

 If you have a drywell, you may need a Drywell Registration | Learn More > 

 State Water Quality Certification, CWA Section 401 | Learn More >

 If you discharge pollutants into US waters, you may need an AZDPES Individual Permit | Learn More >

 If you discharge water pollutants, you may need an Individual APP | Learn More >  

 If you temporarily need to discharge water pollutants, you may need a Temporary Individual APP | Learn More >