Transfer of permitting authority to Idaho. As of July 1, 2018, EPA has transferred authority to administer and enforce this permit to the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality. For more information, visit Idaho Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (IPDES) Program.Exit
Below are EPA's National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) final permit and supporting documents for the City of Lava Hot Springs wastewater treatment plant in Idaho.
- Permit number: ID0021822
- Effective date: June 1, 2005
- Permit expires: May 31, 2010 (administratively continued)
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NPDES Permit, City of Lava Hot Springs, Idaho #ID0021822 (PDF)(23 pp, 114 K,
April 20, 2005)
2004 NPDES Permit Fact Sheet for Seven Facilities in Idaho (PDF)(41 pp, 244 K,
Provides technical basis for the NPDES permits for the following facilities: Elk Valley Subdivision; Lava Hot Springs; Southside Sewer and Water District; Grangeville; Wilder; Inkom; Montpelier
Response to Comments on Draft NPDES Permit for City of Lava Hot Springs, Idaho #ID0021822 (PDF)(3 pp, 20 K,
EPA's responses to public comments on the draft permit.