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Npdes Permit No. Oks000101 Oklahoma City Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Table of Contents

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Title: Npdes Permit No. Oks000101 Oklahoma City Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Table of Contents  
Author: Environmental Protection Agency
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Language: English
Subject: Ecology, Natural resource issues, Environemtal protection
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Publisher: United States Environmental Protection Agency

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Excerpt: NPDES Permit No. OKS000101 Page 1 of Part I Oklahoma City MS4 Draft Permit PART I. DISCHARGES AUTHORIZED UNDER THIS PERMIT. A. Permit Area. This permit covers all areas located within the corporate boundary of the city of Oklahoma City that are served by municipal separate storm sewers owned or operated by the permittee(s). B. Authorized Discharges. 1. Except for discharges prohibited under Part I.B.2, this permit authorizes all existing or new storm water point source discharges to waters of the United States from those portions of the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System owned or operated by the permittee(s). 2. The following discharges, whether discharged separately or commingled with municipal storm water, are not authorized by this permit: a. Non-storm Water and Industrial Storm Water: discharges of non-storm water; any Storm Water Discharge Associated with Industrial Activity; or other storm water discharges required to obtain an NPDES permit, except where such discharges are: (1) regulated by a separate NPDES permit (or the discharger has applied for such permit); or (2) identified by and in compliance with Part II.A.6.a. b. Spills: discharges of material resulting from a spill. Where discharge of material resulting from a spill is necessary to prevent loss of life, personal injury, or severe property damage, the permittee(s) shall take, or insure the responsible party for the spill takes, all reasonable steps to minimize or prevent any adverse effects on human health or the environment. (See also Part II.A.7 and Part VI.E.) This permit does not transfer liability for a spill itself from the party(ies) responsible for the spill to the permittee(s) nor relieve the party(ies) responsible for a spill from the reporting requirements of 40 CFR Part 117 and 40 CFR Part 302.

 

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