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Electronic Notice of Intent (eNOI) Icon

EPA has created the Electronic Notice of Intent (eNOI) (no paper!) for construction sites, industrial facilities, pesticides and vessel operators to apply for coverage under EPA's Construction General Permit (CGP), Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP), Pesticides General Permit (PGP) and Vessel General Permit (VGP). The eNOI system is a free online service. Registration is quick and easy.

Please click the eNOI logo to access EPA's eNOI system to begin the process of preparing and submitting eNOIs and other reports or click on one of the links below to access and search permit-specific information.

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EPA's eNOI page for the CGP
Search, Sort, and View Construction NOIs submitted under the 2012 CGP
Search, Sort, and View Construction NOIs submitted under the 2008 CGP and LEWs
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EPA's eNOI page for the 2008 MSGP

Search, Sort, and View NOIs submitted under the 2008 MSGP
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EPA's eNOI page for the 2011 PGP

Search, Sort, and View NOIs submitted under the 2011 PGP
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EPA’s eNOI page for the 2013 VGP

Search, Sort, and View NOIs submitted under the 2013 VGP

EPA's eNOI page for the 2008 VGP
Search, Sort, and View Vessels NOIs submitted under the 2008 VGP

 enot_button_onetimereport EPA's Electronic Vessels General Permit One Time Report for the 2008 VGP
Search, Sort, and View Vessels General Permit One Time Reports submitted under the 2008 VGP

Search, Sort, and View Vessels Annual Reports submitted under the 2013 VGP (Coming Soon!)


You should use the eNOI system because it's:

  • Easier! - eNOI’s online instructions and help menus will guide you through the certification process.
  • Faster! - Using eNOI will eliminate 2 weeks or more in processing time. Using eNOI is the fastest way to get your application process started.
  • More Accurate! - eNOI tips will help you avoid common mistakes that could cause additional delays.
  • And now in many instances ...Required! - Many of the general permits require use of the eNOI system unless you are specifically granted a waiver from using the system.

You can use the eNOI System to:

  • Fill out your NOI and other electronic forms.
  • Terminate coverage using eNOI even if you submitted a paper NOI.
  • Fill out forms even if you don't meet the definition of certifying official. The system lets you complete the form and send it to the appropriate certifying official for signature.
  • Modify forms that have already been certified and submitted to EPA.
  • Save your forms as draft so that you can complete them at a later time.

Important Features

 

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Allows industrial facilities and construction sites to submit NOEs and LEWs

 

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Provides additional help text, including a keyword search function for FAQs and glossary terms as well as hyperlinks to definitions and explanatory text

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Allows you to modify the forms submitted electronically

 

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Provides drop-down menus to reduce      errors

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Allows you to view the status of forms saved in the system

 

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Maps the site location and the      latitude/longitude value to provide a visualization

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Allows information already in the system to be pre-populated

 

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Has two views to choose from – the standard view walks you through the process step-by-step on multiple pages while the expert view allows you to enter information on one page with reduced explanatory text

       

Gaining Access to the eNOI System and Training

To apply for coverage as a first time user, you must first register to gain access to use eNOI. Registration and training materials are available online for submitting your NOI and other electronic forms under EPA's Construction General Permit eNOI Home Page, EPA's Multi-Sector General Permit eNOI Home Page, EPA's Pesticide General Permit eNOI homepage or EPA's Vessels eNOI Home Page.

Additional information is available on the individual NPDES program area pages:

 

Contact Information

Contact By Phone
CDX Registration
Domestic Callers

(888) 890-1995
8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (EST)


Puerto Rico and Guam

(970) 494-5500

eNOI System
Domestic Callers**

011 (866) 352-7755
8:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. (EST)

**Telephone support not available for the 2013 VGP eNOI system (see email address below for support)


International Callers**

011 (970) 494-5500
1:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. (GMT)

**Telephone support not available for the 2013 VGP eNOI system (see email address below for support)

Contact By Fax
CDX Registration
(703) 227-4199
24 hours a day

Support Personnel Available to Respond
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (EST)

Contact Online
CDX Registration
CDX FAQs:
https://cdx.epa.gov/SSL/cdx/FAQ.asp

E-mail:
helpdesk@epacdx.net (helpdesk@epacdx.net)
eNOI System
E-mail:
For the 2013 VGP:
VGPeNOI@epa.gov (VGPeNOI@epa.gov)

noi@avanticorporation.com (noi@avanticorporation.com)

Online Form - Fill out this form to get more information about completing the NOI or to ask about the status of your NOI submission.

       

Electronic Notice of Intent (eNOI) Icon

Click on the logo to enter EPA's Central Data Exchange (CDX) and start to file an electronic Notice of Intent (eNOI). Please make sure that the internet browser you are using is Internet Explorer 5.5 or higher; Netscape and Firefox are not compatible with eNOI.


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