• AIR QUALITY ADVISORY - LDEQ has issued an Air Quality Action Day for Ozone for Saturday, May 28 and Sunday, May 29, for the Baton Rouge and New Orleans areas.


Information for Disaster Management

Short-term and Emergency General Permit: LAG420000
Coverage under this general permit is limited to discharges of a duration of 6 months or less.   Discharges that occur as a result of a disaster or post-disaster management may be covered under this permit, such as dewatering of oxidation ponds (< 5,000 gallons per day), storm water discharges from C&D landfills, utility wash waters, and other miscellaneous discharges for which appropriate limits are included in Schedule H of the general permit.    To request coverage under the general permit, fill out and mail the Notice of Intent (NOI), form STED-G (PDF) or STED-G (MSWord).

LPDES Permit Standard Conditions:   Bypass and Upset Provisions
All LPDES Permits include Standard Conditions.   Please review sections  A.4 and A.5 for the requirements and allowances regarding bypasses and upset conditions.