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Welcome to eNOI

The eNOI system is an electronic method for submitting an Notice of Intent (NOI) for coverage under a General NPDES Permit. This electronic system allows for the submittal of the NOI and other required documents.

Who should use eNOI?

The eNOI system is to be utilized by all persons seeking coverage under a General NPDES Permit.

User Benefits:

  • System will not allow an incomplete application to be submitted
  • User will receive an e-mail notification of payment for their records
  • User will receive an e-mail notification that the NOI has been submitted
  • User will receive an e-mail when Permit coverage has been granted
  • Reduced cost in application submittals
  • Timely issuance of General NPDES Permits

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If you do not have an account, click here to create one.

If you already have an account, you can enter a new NOI, review previously submitted NOIs, and edit previously submitted NOIs by logging into the system.


September 4, 2020 will be the last day that Water Division will accept a Notice of Intent (NOI) through eNOI for Construction Stormwater (ALR100000), Small Mining (ALG890000), and Pesticide (ALG870000).

ADEM will be introducing our new Alabama Environmental Permitting and Compliance System – AEPACS on September 21, 2020.

NOIs for Construction Stormwater, Small Mining, and Pesticide will be required to be submitted through AEPACS starting September 21, 2020.

AEPACS will be your new interface with the Department for all aspects of permitting and compliance. You will be able to apply for permits, renew and manage permits, pay fees, submit reports and certifications related to your facilities.

AEPACS will be phased in throughout the Department in many programs over the next several years, as resources allow.

Phase 1 of the implementation will include the NPDES program applicable to Construction Stormwater, Small Mining, Pesticide, and MS4s. Phase 1 will also include the State Scrap Tire and Recycling Programs.

We appreciate your patience as we move through this transition period.

  • ADEM Fee Increase – February 4, 2016 Please be aware that there was a fee increase effective February 4, 2016. ADEM Admin. Code r. 335-1 has the fee schedules listed and the Division 1 General Administration Regulations can be accessed on ADEM’s webpage. Below is a link to the Division 1 Regulations: http://www.adem.state.al.us/alEnviroRegLaws/files/Division1.pdf The permit application fee for a General NPDES Permit is now $1,385.00. The permit modification application fee for a General NPDES Permit is $800.00.
  • For ALG850000 (for discharges from mining of sand and gravel. chert, dirt, and/or red clay), the current application fees are $5,820 (if no process water is proposed) or $6,860 (if wet preparation is proposed). Also, if the site has not previously been covered under an NPDES Permit, the additional Greenfield fee of $1,610 applies.
  • For ALR100000 (discharges associated with construction activities), a Greenfield site fee of $1,610 may be assessed if your facility is inspected and it was noted that the site was either being constructed or was in operation prior to a NPDES permit application being submitted to the Department.