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Npdes Multi-Sector General Permits for Storm Water Discharges Associated with Industrial Activities

By Callahan, Kathleen C.

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Title: Npdes Multi-Sector General Permits for Storm Water Discharges Associated with Industrial Activities  
Author: Callahan, Kathleen C.
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Language: English
Subject: Ecology, Natural resource issues, Environemtal protection
Collections: Environmental Awareness Library Collection
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Publisher: United States Environmental Protection Agency

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Excerpt: 1. Coverage Under This Permit 1.1 Permit Area 1.2 Eligibility 1.3 How to Obtain Authorization Under This Permit 1.4 Terminating Coverage 1.5 Conditional Exclusion for No Exposure 2. Notice of Intent Requirements 2.1 Notice of Intent (NOI) Deadlines 2.2 Contents of Notice of Intent (NOI) 2.3 Use of NOI Form 2.4 Where to Submit 2.5 Additional Notification 3. Special Conditions 3.1 Hazardous Substances or Oil 3.2 Additional Requirements for Salt Storage 3.3 Discharge Compliance With Water Quality Standards 4. Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans 4.1 Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Requirements 4.2 Contents of Plan 4.3 Maintenance 4.4 Non-Storm Water Discharges 4.5 Documentation of Permit Eligibility Related to Endangered Species 4.6 Documentation of Permit Eligibility Related to Historic Places 4.7 Copy of Permit Requirements 4.8 Applicable State, Tribal or Local Plans 4.9 Comprehensive Site Compliance Evaluation 4.10 Maintaining Updated SWPPP 4.11 Signature, Plan Review and Making Plans Available 4.12 Additional Requirements for Storm Water Discharges Associated With Industrial Activity From Facilities Subject to EPCRA Section 313 Reporting Requirements 5. Monitoring Requirements and Numeric Limitations 5.1 Types of Monitoring Requirements and Limitations 5.2 Monitoring Instructions 5.3 General Monitoring Waivers 5.4 Monitoring Required by the Director 5.5 Reporting Monitoring Results 6. Sector-Specific Requirements for Industrial Activity 6.A Sector A—Timber Products 6.B Sector B—Paper and Allied Products Manufacturing 6.C Sector C—Chemical and Allied Products Manufacturing 6.D Sector D—Asphalt Paving and Roofing Materials and Lubricant Manufacturers 6.E Sector D—Glass, Clay, Cement, Concrete, and Gypsum Products 6.F Sector F—Primary Metals 6.G Sector G—Metal Mining (Ore Mining and Dressing) 6.H Sector H—Coal Mines and Coal Mining Related Facilities 6.I Sector I—Oil and Gas Extraction and Refining 6.J Sector J—Mineral Mining and Dressing 6.K Sector K—Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage or Disposal Facilities 6.L Sector L—Landfills, Land Application Sites and Open Dumps 6.M Sector M—Automobile Salvage Yards 6.N Sector N—Scrap Recycling and Waste Recycling Facilities 6.O Sector O—Steam Electric Generating Facilities 6.P Sector P—Land Transportation and Warehousing 6.Q Sector Q—Water Transportation 6.R Sector R—Ship and Boat Building or Repair Yards 6.S Sector S—Air Transportation 6.T Sector T—Treatment Works 6.U Sector U—Food and Kindred Products 6.V Sector V—Textile Mills, Apparel and Other Fabric Products 6.W Sector W—Furniture and Fixtures 6.X Sector X—Printing and Publishing 6.Y Sector Y—Rubber, Miscellaneous Plastic Products and Miscellaneous Manufacturing Industries 6.Z Sector Z—Leather Tanning and Finishing 6.AA Sector AA—Fabricated Metal Products 6.AB Sector AB—Transportation Equipment, Industrial or Commercial Machinery 6.AC Sector AC—Electronic, Electrical Equipment and Components, Photographic and Optical Goods 6.AD Storm Water Discharges Designated By the Director As Requiring Permits 7. Reporting 7.1 Reporting Results of Monitoring 7.2 Additional Reporting for Dischargers to a Large or Medium Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System 7.3 Miscellaneous Reports 8. Retention of Records 8.1 Documents 8.2 Accessibility 8.3 Addresses 8.4 State, Tribal, and Other Agencies 9. Standard Permit Conditions 9.1 Duty to Comply 9.2 Continuation of the Expired General Permit 9.3 Need to Halt or Reduce Activity Not a Defense 9.4 Duty to Mitigate 9.5 Duty to Provide Information 9.6 Other Information 9.7 Signatory Requirements 9.8 Penalties for Falsification of Reports 9.9 Oil and Hazardous Substance Liability 9.10 Property Rights 9.11 Severability 9.12 Requiring Coverage Under an Individual Permit or an Alternative General Permit 9.13 State/Tribal Environmental Laws 9.14 Proper Operation and Maintenance 9.15 Inspection and E

Table of Contents
Table of Contents 1. Coverage Under This Permit 1.1 Permit Area 1.2 Eligibility 1.3 How to Obtain Authorization Under This Permit 1.4 Terminating Coverage 1.5 Conditional Exclusion for No Exposure 2. Notice of Intent Requirements 2.1 Notice of Intent (NOI) Deadlines 2.2 Contents of Notice of Intent (NOI) 2.3 Use of NOI Form 2.4 Where to Submit 2.5 Additional Notification 3. Special Conditions 3.1 Hazardous Substances or Oil 3.2 Additional Requirements for Salt Storage 3.3 Discharge Compliance With Water Quality Standards 4. Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans 4.1 Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Requirements 4.2 Contents of Plan 4.3 Maintenance 4.4 Non-Storm Water Discharges

 

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