General Permit Authorization Fees (18 AAC 72.956)

TABLE E. GENERAL PERMIT FEES

  1. Annual fee for a domestic wastewater system covered under a general permit, with a daily maximum permitted flow, in gpd, of [1], [2]
    Fee
    1. 0 - 1,500
      $270
    2. 1,501 - 15,000
      $610
    3. 15,001 and over
      $940
  2. One-time fee for a construction activity that consists of excavation dewatering
    $830
  3. Annual fee for fish hatcheries with a food budget more than 30,000 pounds per year
    $510
  4. Annual fee for log transfer facilities
    1. New site, and existing log transfer facility with more than one acre of continuous bark coverage on the ocean floor
      $900
    2. Existing site, with one acre or less of continuous bark coverage on the ocean floor
      $570
  5. Annual fee for mechanical placer mining with a mixing zone authorized under 18 AAC 70.240[3]
    $150
  6. Annual fee for each general permit authorization for oil and gas exploration and development
    1. North Slope oil and gas general permit
      $570
    2. Cook Inlet oil and gas general permit
      $1,480
    3. Arctic oil and gas general permit
      $1,480
    4. Underground Injection Control Class I well general permit
      $275
  7. Annual fee for seafood processing covered under a general permit
    $410
  8. One-time fee for contained water including hydrostatic test water or chlorinated water from tanks, pipelines, swimming pools, and other containers that meets state water quality standards in 18 AAC 70 and the effluent limitations in Section 1.2.2 of the contained water permit
    $350
  9. Annual fee for car wash facilities
    $850
  10. Annual fee for a fire training facility
    $1,370
  11. One time fee for construction general permit (CGP) for stormwater runoff
    $490
  12. Annual fee for multi-sector general permit (MSGP) for stormwater
    $530

Notes to Table E:

[1] If the domestic wastewater system is a waste stabilization pond, an annual fee of $100 is assessed for each authorization, regardless of the size of the discharge, if the waste stabilization pond is:

  1. not designed for a routine discharge to surface water; and
  2. permitted under a general permit.
[2] If the applicant is a business with fewer than 20 employees, the fee is reduced by a travel cost of $85.
[3] If the applicant is a business with fewer than 20 employees, the fee is reduced by a travel cost of $25.