Water Usage e-Reporting

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Water withdrawal permittees are required to document and report their total monthly water use if their permit contains a condition requiring water use reporting. Traditionally, MDE Water Supply Program would mail reporting forms to permittees to complete and then mail back to MDE to satisfy the permit requirements. Beginning June 30, 2024, permittees will now be able to submit reports electronically through our new e-Reporting portal site.

Link to the E-Reporting Portal

Step by step instructions on how to set-up your account as well as how to complete and submit your water withdrawal reports, and information highlighting the importance of water use reporting.

For more information, contact the Water Supply Program at water.use@maryland.gov or 410-537-3590.

Account Set-Up Instructions

  1. Enter https://wsipwithdrawalportal.mde.state.md.us/
  2. Create a NEW account - Enter your email address and permit number. Your email must be either the permittee email or the pumpage contact email that is associated with the permit.
  3. Check your email - You will receive a password reset confirmation email. Click the reset link to create your password for future login use.
  4. Once logged in - Find a drop-down menu that lists all permits associated with your email for pumpage reporting.
  5. Enter withdrawal data. Please be sure to fill out all the fields marked with an asterisk. If you need help please reach out to water.use@maryland.gov and we will respond to your inquiry within 24 hours.

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