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LANDFILL TRANSFER STATIONS Water Permits John Bailey, P.E. Permits Branch Manager Water Division
Permits to Discus Today Industrial Stormwater General Permit (IGP) All Transfer Stations must have. No Discharge Permit (Septic Tanks) If you need one? What are your options?
How Did We Get Here? In 1990 EPA developed regulations to control Stormwater Discharge (40 CRFR 122.26 (b)(14)(i)-(xi)). Establishes 11 Industrial activities Narrative Activity Standard Industrial Activity (SIC) General Permit EPA 2009 IGP Established 29 Sectors Reduced the amount of monitoring for industrial activities
Transfer Stations Industrial Sectors Sector L – Landfills, and land application sites. If the transfer station is owned and operated by a landfill, it is considered auxiliary to the landfill and takes on the Narrative Activity of the landfill ; Sector N – Scrap recycling and waste recycling facilities. If the transfer station receives wastes from multiple sources and sorts/sells the waste to a variety of companies, then it is operating as a stand alone transfer station ; Sector P – Land transportation and warehousing. If the transfer station also operates a waste facility, picking up waste from individuals, and businesses, and the vehicles for waste hauling are maintained at the transfer station;
How Do I Get a Permit Develop a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) Identify industrial activities Identify control practices (Best Management Practices) Description of other relevant information Submit Notice of Intent (NOI) SWPPP $200 Comply with the Permit
Permit Requirements Conduct Inspections Visual site assessment Quarterly Conduct Outfall Monitoring Benchmark values not limits Semi-Annual Complete Annual Report Includes all information required to be kept by the permit. Pay Annual Fees
Outfall Monitoring Every facility must sample (at a minimum) for the following parameters at the outfall.
What if I do all of my activities inside? No Exposure Certification 100% of the materials and activities are sheltered from Stormwater. Submit a NOI $200 annual fee That is it! Not Testing. No SWPPP
Questions on the IGP? Contact Jamal Solaimanian, P.E. 501-682-0620 Engineering Supervisor Jessica Temple 501-682-0621 Engineer Katherine Yarberry 501-682-0627 Engineer Brenden Rose 501-682-0619 Engineer
No Discharge Permit Septic Tank with Leach Lines Class V injection Well Regulated under: 40 CFR 144 (Federal) APC&EC Regulation 17 (State) Sanitary Waste Only Service <20 (ADH only) Sanitary Waste Only Service >= 20 (ADH and ADEQ) Industrial Waste (ADEQ only)
Domestic Waste vs Industrial Waste Sanitary Waste – Waste from restrooms, sinks, or showers. Industrial Waste – Waste generated at an industrial facility (e.g. washdown water or leachate). Any amount of Industrial Waste is under the authority of ADEQ.
Can I apply for a No-Discharge permit? ADEQ is responsible for ensuring that each system is capable of treating the waste generated. Must Demonstrate to the Department the system is appropriate for type of waste Household cleaning supplies Paints Solvents Options?
Options Every option will cost something.
Public Notice Period Install Tank No-Discharge Permit Install Treatment System (NPDES)
Holding Tank Install Holding Tank Limit Stormwater to Tank Haul to permitted facility Can cover under the IGP Consistent with other states Positive: No additional Permit Required No permit fees No additional testing or monitoring Negative: Continued cost for hauling waste to permitted facility
Permit the Septic Tank Permit Industrial Waste under No-Discharge Demonstrate to the Departments satisfaction the system is capable of treating waste generated. Apply for No-Discharge 6 month process Public Notices Positive: No additional equipment to purchase Negative: Obtain another permit Cost of Study Annual Fees Monitoring Costs (Groundwater monitoring) Additional permit requirements
Install Treatment System Install a treatment system capable of treating industrial waste. Apply for an NPDES Discharge permit Purchase treatment system Positive: ? Negative: Additional equipment to purchase Obtain another permit Annual Fees Monitoring Costs Additional permit requirements
CONTACT INFORMATION Questions? John Bailey, P.E. Permits Branch Manager 501-682-0629 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Mo Shafii Assistant Chief, Water Division 501-682-0616 firstname.lastname@example.org