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

2 Overview Contact Information and Introduction Optional Sewer Use Ordinance (SUO) Provisions for Categorical Industrial Users (CIUs) Non-significant Categorical Industrial Users (NSCIUs) Reduced Monitoring Categorical Industrial Users (“Mid Tier” CIUs) Reporting Optional CIUs Program Assignments

3 Contacts and Introduction Tom Shiflett, P.E. Pretreatment Coordinator, Pretreatment Program John Palenchar Engineering Specialist II, Pretreatment Program Sam Jinkins Environmental Specialist III, Pretreatment Program

4 Question When is a categorical industrial user (CIU) not a significant industrial user (SIU)?

5 Optional Provisions for Categorical Industrial Users (CIUs) Non-significant categorical industrial user (NSCIU) Reduced reporting or “Mid-Tier” categorical industrial user Optional and must be adopted in sewer use ordinance (SUO).

6 Optional Provisions for NSCIU To qualify as a non-significant categorical industrial user (NSCIU): The industrial user must discharge 100 gallons, or less, per day of total categorical wastewater. The industrial user must have consistently complied with all applicable categorical pretreatment standards and requirements.

7 Optional Provisions for NSCIU The industrial user must submit the annual certification statement required in subsection (17), F.A.C., with any additional information necessary to support the certification statement. The industrial user must never discharge any untreated categorical process wastewater. The optional NSCIU requirements can be found in (14), F.A.C.

8 Optional Provisions for “Mid Tier” CIUs To qualify for reduced monitoring as a “Mid Tier” CIU the discharge of categorical wastewater may not exceed the following : 0.01 percent of the design dry weather hydraulic capacity of the POTW, or 5,000 gpd, whichever is smaller; the design dry weather organic treatment capacity of the POTW; and the maximum allowable headworks loading for any pollutant for which approved local limits were developed by a POTW

9 Optional Provisions for “Mid Tier” CIUs The optional “Mid Tier” CIU requirements can be found in (4)(d), F.A.C.

10 Question When is a categorical industrial user (CIU) not a significant industrial user (SIU)?

11 Reporting Optional Categorical Industrial Users (CIUs) If your pretreatment program has classified any NSCIUs: For annual reports (ARs) and inspection forms NSCIUs count as CIUs. For ARs and inspection forms NSCIUs do not count as significant industrial users (SIUs). If your pretreatment program has granted the reduced reporting for any CIUs: For ARs and inspection forms count each “Mid Tier” CIU as both a CIU and as a SIU.

12 Inspection Reporting Example

13 PROGRAM ASSIGNMENTS John Palenchar (850) Clay CountyPasco County Clearwater, City ofPerry, City of Ft. Pierce, City ofPinellas County Haines City, City ofSt. Augustine, City of Hillsborough CountySt. Johns County Indian River CountySt. Petersburg, City of JEA (Jacksonville, City of)Tallahassee, City of Lake City, City ofTampa, City of Largo, City ofTarpon Springs, City of Martin CountyVero Beach, City of Oldsmar, City of

14 PROGRAM ASSIGNMENTS Sam Jinkins (850) Bay CountyMarion County Collier CountyMelbourne, City of Davie, Town ofMiramar, City of Escambia CountyOcala, City of Ft. Lauderdale, City ofOkaloosa County Ft. Myers, City ofPalm Bay, City of Gainesville, City ofPanama City, City of Hollywood, City ofPlantation, City of Lee CountyRockledge, City of Leesburg, City ofTitusville, City of Manatee CountyWildwood, City of

15 PROGRAM ASSIGNMENTS Sam Jinkins (850) John Palenchar (850) Altamonte Springs, City ofPalm Beach County Apopka, City ofPlant City, City of Auburndale, City ofPort Orange, City of Broward CountyReedy Creek Improvement District Daytona Beach, City ofSanford, City of Deland, City ofSeacoast Utilities Authority Lakeland, City ofSeminole County Loxahatchee ECDSouth Central WWTP Orange CountyWest Palm Beach, City of Orlando, City ofWinter Garden, City of Ormond Beach, City ofWinter Haven, City of

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


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