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CDX Roles for NeT Biosolids

Certifier

Can prepare, sign, and submit all forms in NeT. In accordance with EPA’s regulations (at 40 CFR 503.17(a), 503.27(a), 503.47(a)), a person with the Certifier role is the person who prepares or handles the sewage sludge for land application, surface disposal, or incineration. This is the person who will certify, under penalty of law, that the information submitted in the Biosolids annual report was prepared under his or her direction and supervision in accordance with the system designed to ensure that qualified personnel properly gathered and evaluated the submitted information. The Certifier will electronically sign the annual report, which EPA will use to determine compliance with Part 503. This role cannot be delegated.

Certifiers can also grant or revoke NPDES ID access.

Permit Administrator

Can prepare all forms in NeT on behalf of the Certifier at the facility, but is not authorized by EPA’s regulations to sign and submit any forms.

Permit Administrators also have the ability to grant or revoke NPDES ID access.

Preparer

Can prepare all forms in NeT on behalf of the Certifier at the facility, but is not authorized by EPA’s regulations to sign and submit any forms.

Preparers cannot grant or revoke NPDES ID access.

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