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Permittee Self-Reporting Tools

Reporting

The Compliance Program has provided the following methods for your use in meeting permit non-compliance reporting requirements, or reporting other permit issues associated with your facility. The two dedicated phone numbers are to be used for verbal notification within 24 hours of an incident of non-compliance. The required written follow-up notification can be provided via fax, email, or U.S. Postal Service. We have also provided Noncompliance and Spill Notification forms electronically below in both Word and PDF.

Phone/Fax Numbers:
Toll Free Nationwide (will not accept calls from 907 area codes): 1-877-569-4114
Alaska, Nationwide or International: 1-907-269-4114
Fax Number: 1-907-269-4604

Email Address:
dec-wqreporting@alaska.gov

Mailing Address:
Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation
Attn: Compliance and Enforcement Program
555 Cordova Street
Anchorage, Alaska 99501

Discharge Monitoring Reports (DMRs) and Other Required Permit Report Submittals

Permittees can fax DMRs to the fax number above or submit DMRs by using the email address above in accordance with the following guidance. Permittees must first certify the DMR in accordance with the Signatory Requirements of the permit. Certified monthly DMRs can then be scanned (in pdf format) and emailed no later than the 15th day of the following month. DEC will accept late electronic submittals. The subject line on the email should include the following: DMR for (insert month) for Facility Permit Number (insert permit number). Certified DMRs can be faxed no later than the 15th day of the following month to the fax number provided above. Late certified DMRs will be accepted. Unsigned reports transmitted via fax or email or mailed to the address above will not be accepted. The permittee must also mail the original certified DMR to the mailing address listed above.

Permittees can submit other required reports using the email address above in accordance with the following guidance. Permittees must first certify the report in accordance with the Signatory Requirements of the permit. Certified reports can then be scanned (in pdf format) and emailed no later than the specified submittal date in the permit. If the permit does not require that certified written reports also be mailed to the mailing address above, the permittee must retain the legible originals of these documents and make them available to the Department upon request. Unsigned reports will not be accepted. The subject line on the email should include the following: Report Type (insert annual for example) for Facility Permit Number (insert permit number). The permittee may also be required to submit certified copies by mail to the mailing address specified in the facility permit to fully comply with permit reporting requirements.

Permittees can now submit their AKR05000 MSGP Annual Report Form using the "MSGP Report Submittal" online application in the eNOI System. The MSGP Report Submittal application allows permittees to submit a MSGP Annual Report Form as an attachment to an online application. For more information regarding this online submittal process or call the Division of Water at 907-465-5180 or email DEC.Water.OPAHelp@alaska.gov.

All Permits
Contained Water General Permit
Excavation Dewatering General Permit
Placer Mine General Permits
Seafood General Permit
Log Transfer Facility General Permits
2018 Offshore Seafood General Permit (2019-2023)
Multi-Sector General Permit

Online Reporting

Permittees can now submit many of their permit-required reporting online using the Water Online Application System (OASys). The online reporting currently available includes the Noncompliance Notification Form, the MSGP Annual Report, and the Seafood Annual Report. Please note that in order to use the Water Online Application System, you must first have or create a myAlaska account. More information is provided on the OASys homepage.

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