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Water Resources Division staff maps

Field staff are generally assigned by county.  Please refer to the following staff maps for contact information.

  • Biosolids staff are involved in the permitting and use of biosolids, which are nutrient-rich organic material from treated domestic sewage.
  • CAFO staff are involved in permitting to protect water quality at Concentrated Animal Feeding Operations and where manure is land applied.
  • CSO/SSO/RTB staff are involved in eliminating Sanitary Sewer Overflows and regulating discharges from Combined Sewer Overflows and Retention Treatment Basins.
  • Dam Safety staff are involved in inspecting and regulating the operation of dams.
  • Dunes\Great Lakes Coast staff are involved in Great Lakes shoreland permits, including high risk erosion areas (HREA) and critical dunes (CDA).
  • Floodplain staff are involved in identifying floodplains, permitting the activities within the floodplain, and assisting communities in administering the National Floodplain Insurance Program.
  • Groundwater Discharge staff are involved in regulating the discharge of treated wastewater to the ground or groundwaters of the state. 
  • Industrial Pretreatment (IPP) staff are involved in regulating the discharge of industrial wastewater to protect treatment facilities, their staff, the public, and the environment.
  • IPP PFAS staff are involved in identifying potential sources of PFAS, sample probable sources, and require source reduction at confirmed sources.
  • Industrial Storm Water (ISW) staff are involved in permitting industrial storm water facilities, certifying facility operators, and reviewing Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP).
  • ISW Emerging Pollutants staff are involved in identifying potential sources of emerging pollutants in industrial storm water and sampling probable sources.
  • Land/Water Permits staff are involved in permitting projects at the land/water interface - shorelines, wetlands, etc.
  • Municipal Storm Water (MS4) staff are involved in permitting discharges from Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4).
  • Nonpoint Source (NPS) staff provide technical assistance and grants to restore waters impaired by NPS pollution and protect high quality waters from NPS threats.
  • NPDES (Surface Water) Discharge staff are involved in the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit process to control the discharge of pollutants into surface waters by effluent limitations.
  • Part 41 Wastewater staff are involved in the permitting the construction and operation of wastewater facilities.
  • PIPP and Part 5 Rules staff are involved in the management or spillage of oil and other polluting materials under Part 5.
  • Resource Program Compliance Coordinators are involved in seeking to resolve violations at the land/water interface – shorelines, wetlands, critical dunes, etc.
  • SESC & Construction Storm Water staff are involved in permitting and control of soil erosion to protect adjacent properties and surface waters from sedimentation.
  • Transportation Hydraulics staff are involved in environmental and hydraulic review of proposed new or replacement bridges, culverts, and road projects for Public Transportation Agencies and public airports.
  • Transportation Permits staff are involved in permitting at the land/water interface for public road projects including new or replacement bridges, culverts, and road widening, as well as permitting for public airport projects.