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1 Florida Department of Environmental Protection FDEP State Pretreatment Update Industrial Pretreatment Program Sam Jinkins, Pretreatment Specialist

2 Overview Introduction - Ms. Randi Peddie Inspections - FOG and SSOs Rule Revision - Program document updates Annual Reports/DMR Requirements Program Assignments

3 Introduction New Addition to FDEPs industrial pretreatment Staff - Ms. Randi Peddie

4 Inspections, FOG, and SSOs SSO list will be reviewed during all PCIs and PPAs Reported sanitary sewer overflow list Department is updating the inspection forms to specifically require reporting for any fats, oils, and grease related issues….Stay tuned.

5 Chapter Revisions Existing legal authority and other program documents must be updated to incorporate the May 10, 2010 rule revisions. Updates of program documents will be required when: Program modification is requested Next inspection WWTF discharge permit renewal – AO may be issued

6 Chapter , F.A.C. Revisions Sewer Use Ordinance (SUO) Review the EPA Model SUO for optional and required streamlining changes Each section of this model indicates if optional or required These are noted before or after each section

7 Chapter , F.A.C. Revisions Other program documents (ERP, PIP, etc.) Ensure definitions are updated – e.g. most ERPs include the SNC requirements Include the optional provisions – e.g. replace SUO in the PIP, include enforcement responses in ERP matrix Multijurisdictional Agreements (MJA) – contributing jurisdictions must update SUO

8 Chapter , F.A.C. Revisions Common Problems Multiple Changes to SUO due to permit renewal that includes a local limit re- evaluation CA wish to reference local limits in the SUO and remove the concentration based local limits references to optional provisions often taken out of context and are removed Best Management Practice (BMP) example

9 Where should BMPs go in SUOs? Required and Optional Sections 2007 EPA Model SUO Reference Florida Administrative Code Reference Definition (required) 1.4 E (2) Local Limits (optional) 2.4 C (3)(d) Application Contents (required) 4.5 A.(7)d (1)(e)2. Permit Contents (required) 5.2 A.(3) (2)(a)2.c. Reporting (required) 6.4 A (4)(a) and (7)(a) Record Keeping (required) (14) Significant Noncompliance (required) 9 H (2)(b)8.h.

10 Annual Pretreatment Reports - DMR Pretreatment (Monitoring Code PRT-I, PRT-E, and PRT-R) discharge monitoring reports (DMR) must be included in the Annual Industrial Pretreatment Report Submit the AR, including the DMR, to the IPP program in Tallahassee Submit signed original to the Department IPP in Tallahassee CC the District Office

11 Annual Pretreatment Reports - DMR Common Problems Exceedances - WQS, groundwater standards, permit limits, etc. must reported in both the No. Ex. column and Section 3 of the annual report Conventional pollutants (BOD, cBOD, oil and grease, nutrients) not reported DMRs – Not submitted, submitted to the District office, or submitted separately from the AR

12 Annual Pretreatment Reports - DMR Signatory requirements for AR Reports submitted to the Department by the control authority in accordance with subsection (8) above must be signed by a principal executive officer, ranking elected official, or other duly authorized employee. The duly authorized employee must be an individual or position having responsibility for the overall operation of the WWF or the pretreatment program. This authorization must be made in writing by the principal executive officer or ranking elected official, and submitted to the Department prior to or together with the report being submitted.

13 PROGRAM ASSIGNMENTS John Palenchar(850) Altamonte Springs, City ofPinellas County Apopka, City ofPlant City, City of Auburndale, City ofSanford, City of Clearwater, City ofSeminole County Hillsborough CountySt. Petersburg, City of Lakeland, City ofTampa, City of Largo, City ofTarpon Springs, City of Oldsmar, City ofWinter Haven, City of Pasco County

14 PROGRAM ASSIGNMENTS Randi Peddie(850) Broward CountyOrmond Beach, City of Clay CountyPalm Beach County Daytona Beach, City ofPort Orange, City of Deland, City ofReedy Creek Improvement Dist Ft. Pierce, City ofSeacoast Utilities Authority Gainesville, City ofSouth Central WWTP JEA (Jacksonville, City of)St. Augustine, City of Lake City, City ofSt. Johns County Loxahatchee ECDTallahassee, City of Martin CountyWest Palm Beach, City of Orange CountyWinter Garden, City of Orlando, City of

15 PROGRAM ASSIGNMENTS Sam Jinkins(850) Bay CountyMelbourne, City of Cocoa Beach, City ofMiramar, City of Collier CountyOcala, City of Davie, Town ofOkaloosa County Escambia CountyPalm Bay, City of Ft. Lauderdale, City ofPanama City, City of Ft. Myers, City ofPerry, City of Hollywood, City ofPlantation, City of Indian River CountyPort St. Joe, City of Lee CountyRockledge, City of Leesburg, City ofTitusville, City of Manatee CountyVero Beach, City of Marion CountyWildwood, City of

16 Contact: Samuel Jinkins Environmental Specialist III Domestic Wastewater Pretreatment Program Questions


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