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Information for New Businesses

South Platte Renew evaluates new businesses and existing businesses which have changed addresses, undergone a change of ownership, or experienced other significant change (e.g. process change). A questionnaire/survey¹ must be filled out to be used by the Pretreatment Division to identify and locate all possible businesses that may have additional pretreatment requirements.

The information collected is used to identify and control discharges to the sanitary sewer which might:

  1. interfere with wastewater treatment plant operations,
  2. limit biosolids recycling opportunities,
  3. endanger the health or safety of wastewater collection system workers, and/or
  4. pass through the treatment process to harm human health and/or the environment

An inspection may be conducted to verify and expand on the information provided in the survey after a thorough review. Should the wastewater be determined to have the potential for significant impact to the wastewater treatment plant by the Industrial Pretreatment Division, the business must apply for and receive a permit³ from the South Platte Renew prior to discharging to the sanitary sewer.

If you have any questions or concerns or would like to discuss this further, please contact the Industrial Pretreatment Department at or reach out to any department member from the following page: Contact us


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