460 N. Euclid Ave.
Upland, Ca 91786
Monday - Thursday
8am - 6pm
The City of Upland implements the Non-domestic Wastewater Permit (NDWP) Program under the National Pretreatment as part of a cooperative federal, state and local effort to reduce the level of pollutants discharged by industry and other non-domestic wastewater sources into the municipal sewer system.
The City of Upland’s NDWP program monitors the discharge activities of permitted industrial users, commercial users and other non-domestic wastewater dischargers. Program activities include site inspections, permit writing and administration, sampling, maintaining an industrial waste survey, compliance and enforcement, program billing, program development and technical assistance.
If your business is new to Upland, contact the Pretreatment
Coordinator for more information on sewer usage. If needed,
the City will send you a one page Industrial Wastewater Survey.
The survey includes questions about your facility, water
usage and chemicals that could enter the sewer. It will be
determine if a permit is required for your sewer discharge.
The survey must be returned within 30 days and will be kept
on file at the Environmental Division offices. If there are
any changes to your process waste stream, a survey update
Permits are required for all industries that: