Wastewater: Drainage permit Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

Would you like to discharge wastewater into an above-ground body of water and/or into the groundwater via the subsoil? In this case, an application for a permit for the use of water must be submitted to the competent authority of the respective federal state.

For the discharge of wastewater into an above-ground body of water and / or via infiltration into the groundwater, a permit is usually required in Germany. For this purpose, an application must be submitted to the competent authority.

The required documentation depends on the wastewater (precipitation water, waste water, mixed water) to be discharged into the above-ground body of water and / or via infiltration into the groundwater.

The description and execution of the individual forms varies from one federal state to another. Generally formulated, there are application forms, checklists and information sheets as declarations or forms.

  • If applicable, link to the aforementioned forms: State specific
  • Online procedure possible: State specific
  • Written form required: State specific
  • Personal appearance necessary: State specific

Preconditions

  • State of the art (emission analysis)
  • Immission analysis
  • Other legislation
  • Prohibition of deterioration, requirement to achieve objectives
  • No violation of third-party rights
  • Proper exercise of water management discretion

Hints

Weitere Informationen zur Wasserwirtschaft und eine Adressübersicht der speziell fachlich zuständigen Behörden finden Sie im Landesportal "Landwirtschaft und Umwelt Schleswig-Holstein".

  • Contact persons for the field of water

Related Links

  • § 8 Water Resources Act (WHG)
  • § 68 Administrative Court Code (VwGO)
  • § 57 Water Resources Act (WHG)
  • § 12 Abs. 1 Nr. 1, 2 Wasserhaushaltsgesetz (WHG)
  • § 27 Water Resources Act (WHG)
  • State Water Act (LWG)

Responsible for the content
Ministry of the Environment, Energy, Food and Forestry Rhineland-Palatinate

Last update or date of publication
03.05.2021