In most cases your User ID is your registered email address. If you are an agency user and your agency has opted to use Windows Authentication, your agency's Windows username will be your User ID.
Select the organization from which you would like to submit a form.
To locate a specific form please use our form finder.
In the top menu bar on every page in the system, you can click on the Help option to open up the User Guide for the system.
Most forms that can be electronically submitted using ADEQ's ePortal system require that prior "e-signature" approval be granted to your account before a completed form is submitted. This is necessary for your online submission to have the same force as if you signed a paper copy of the submission. In order to obtain e-signature approval, you must first fill out, sign, and mail to ADEQ the Electronic Signature Agreement (ESA) form. This form binds your name and signature to your account in the ePortal system.
Although you can fill out an ePortal form that requires e-signature approval prior to obtaining the approval, you will not be able to actually submit the form until your account has been authorized for this. ADEQ attempts to provide approval within one business day of receiving the ESA form, and you will be notified by email when your ePortal account has been authorized for e-signature submissions. The notification will be sent to the email address of your ePortal account.
Note that the email address in the ESA form, and the ePortal account tied to that address, must be used only by the person named in the ESA form. Changes to the email address will require an updated Electronic Signature Agreement.
After your ePortal account has been authorized for e-signature submissions, you will need to establish a set of security questions for your account. You will have to answer a random selection of your security questions whenever you submit a form that requires e-signature approval. The ePortal system will remind you of the need to set up your security questions by displaying an alert symbol next to your account name in the ePortal menu bar when you are signed in. To set the security questions, click on your user name to access your account Profile page, and then click on the link labeled "Manage identifying questions and answers". You will not be able to complete an e-signature submission until you have established your security questions.
You only need to submit the ESA form once to obtain e-signature approval in both the ADEQ ePortal system and SLEIS (State & Local Emissions Inventory System), provided that you have used the same email address for both accounts.
The Electronic Signature Agreement form must be filled out and signed, and the original copy must be mailed or delivered to ADEQ. (The address is provided in the form.) Photocopies, scanned images, faxes, and other facsimiles will not suffice.
A copy of the Electronic Signature Agreement form can be found here:
Individual submissions may be shared with more than one user, allowing multiple people to enter information. To share a submission, open the submission and go to the Data Entry step. On the left of the Data Entry screen is a button labeled "Manage Access to Submission". Clicking on that button will open a special screen that will let you specify the users with whom you wish to share access to your submission.
The ADEQ ePortal system is an online service that allows members of the public to electronically submit permit applications, registration forms, reports, and other forms to the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality in a secure online environment. After the form is submitted, this system also allows its progress to be tracked.
To find a specific form, you can either search through the Organization list or use the Form Finder. Both of these are located on the left side of the screen.
Many applications, registrations, and other forms require that you have e-signature approval before you can submit them. To obtain this approval, you must download the ADEQ electronic signature agreement (see additional links below) and mail it to ADEQ. Additional information can be found in our FAQ on e-signature approval.