Unified Program Permits
Unified Program Facility Permit Update May 2013
The County of San Diego Department of Environmental Health recently changed to a new computer system to better serve the citizens of the county. During the transition period, we experienced technical difficulties and your invoice is being sent late.
Unified Program Facility Permits having an expiration date between January and June 2013 will be receiving an invoice to the mailing address on record beginning May 10, 2013. All fees assessed are based on the last facility inspection and any updates the inspector processed prior to November 2012.
Please be advised, effective January 1, 2013 all CUPA regulated businesses are required by law (Assembly Bill 2286) to submit business information electronically through the California Environmental Reporting System (CERS). Therefore, all changes that have occurred at your facility, including contacts, inventory, wastes and USTs, need to be made in CERS. For additional information please visit our CERS website.
If you have questions, please contact us at:
Invoice/Billing: (858) 505-6930
Hazardous Materials Duty Specialist: (858) 505-6880
Hazardous Materials Permit Line: (858) 505-6661
Hazardous Materials - Plan Check Permits
Medical Waste Permits
Underground Storage Tank - Plan Check Permits
|Unified Program Facility Permit Application HM-906 PDF | WORD
The County of San Diego Department of Environmental Health regulates establishments which use hazardous materials, dispose of hazardous wastes, have underground storage tanks and/or generate medical waste. The primary purpose for these regulations is to protect the health and safety of San Diego County citizens and emergency response personnel.
Businesses in the County of San Diego must apply for a Unified Program Facility Permit if they generate hazardous waste or medical waste, handle hazardous materials or have underground storage tanks. Your business may be subject to the requirements of various Unified Program elements.
To determine if your business is required to obtain a Unified Program Facility Permit, complete the "Business Activities" form and the "Unified Program Facility Permit Application". If your business is required to obtain a Unified Program Facility Permit complete the "Business Owner/Operator Identification" form. If your business is NOT required to obtain a Unified Program Facility Permit then complete Section I-IDENTIFICATION of the "Business Owner/Operator Identification" form and return to the Department of Environmental Health, Hazardous Materials Division.
The San Diego County Code of Regulatory Ordinances Title 6, Division 8, Chapter 9, requires all business owners/operators receiving this application/questionnaire to return it within 30 days to the Department of Environmental Health, Hazardous Materials Division. Mailing address: P.O. Box 129261, San Diego, CA 92112-9261.
If you have any questions regarding the completion of this form, please contact your area Environmental Health Specialist or the Hazardous Materials Duty Specialist at (858) 505-6880.
HMD Permits: Phone Number (858) 505-6661 Fax Number (858) 505-6848
Thank you for assisting us in our efforts to improve the health and safety of San Diego County residents.