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Application for an environmental permit: part B6 bespoke water discharge activity and groundwater (point source) activity

Complete if you are applying for a new permit or applying to change or transfer an existing permit.

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Part B6: apply for a bespoke water discharge activity and groundwater (point source) environmental permit

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Guidance for part B6

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If you wish to apply for a new bespoke permit for a water discharge activity or a point source discharge groundwater activity, fill in part B6 together with:

This is one part of the Environmental Permitting Regulations (EPR) permit application form pack.

Changes to EPR guidance

The Environment Agency is updating the EPR guidance to meet smarter guidance and Government Digital Service requirements. Some of the documents referred to in these forms have been withdrawn and replaced with new versions. These forms and accompanying guidance are still current. How the Environment Agency regulates you and your legal requirements have not changed.

Changes to other guidance documents are as follows:

Published 14 February 2013
Last updated 3 April 2018 + show all updates
  1. Removed form F2. You now need to complete form F1 to change a permit for a water discharge or point source groundwater discharge activity.
  2. First published.