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Cannabis Waste Discharge Clinic

When: Mon., Feb. 1, 2-7 p.m. 2016
Staff of the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board (Water Board) invite landowners, tenants and other interested persons to attend a clinic where staff will answer questions and assist cannabis growers with enrollment for coverage under Order No. R1- 2015-0023, Waiver of Waste Discharge Requirements and General Water Quality Certification for Discharges of Waste Resulting from Cannabis Cultivation and Associated Activities or Operations with Similar Environmental Effects in the North Coast Region. The clinic is designed to offer growers and other interested parties a chance to learn more about the water quality regulatory requirements for properties with cannabis cultivation and the upcoming enrollment deadline of February 15, 2016. Staff will provide Information and assistance at the clinic including general information about the order, assistance in determining applicability of the order to your property, information about how to enroll for coverage, information about the Order’s tier structure and third party programs, and assistance in preparing the enrollment package. Growers are encouraged to bring site maps, sketches, images, and other relevant information for discussion. Staff will hold several clinics throughout the north coast region. For more information about the clinics, please contact 707-576-2676, and for a full listing of locations, please visit the North Coast Water Board website at:



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