Regulation" means the VPDES Permit Regulation, 9 VAC 25-31-10 et seq.
The Regulation, at 9 VAC 25-31-50, also states that except in compliance with a VPDES permit, or another permit issued by the Board, it is unlawful to discharge into state waters sewage, industrial wastes or other wastes.
In addition to the applicable requirements of this permit, facilities covered by this permit must comply with applicable requirements in municipal storm water management programs developed under VPDES permits issued for the discharge of the municipal separate storm sewer system that receives the facility's discharge, provided the permittee has been notified of such conditions.
New facilities, facilities previously covered by an expiring individual permit, and existing facilities not currently covered by a VPDES permit.
Compliance with this general permit constitutes compliance with the Clean Water Act, the State Water Control Law, and applicable regulations under either, with the exceptions stated in 9VAC25-31-60 of the VPDES Permit Regulation.
More definitions of VPDES
VPDES means Virginia Pollutant Discharge Elimination System. SECTION C: Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law
VPDES means Virginia Pollutant Discharge Elimination System. SECTION C: Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law 1. Independence owns and operates the STP. The Permit allows Independence to discharge treated sewage and other municipal wastes from the STP, to Peach Bottom Creek, in strict compliance with the terms and conditions of the Permit. 2. Peach Bottom Creek is located in the New River Basin, Section 2, Class IV, Special Standards: v. Peach Bottom Creek is listed in DEQ's 305(b) report as impaired for bacteria, with source unknown. A TMDL for E. coli is scheduled to be developed in 2018. The STP will have a wasteload allocation in that TMDL. 3. In submitting its DMRs, as required by the Permit, Independence has indicated that it exceeded discharge limitations contained in Part I.A.1 of the Permit, as described by the chart on the following page: Consent Order Town of Independence; VPDES Permit No. VA0064424 Page 4 of 12 Parameter Observations - DMR Monitoring Period and Relevant Reported Monitoring Results Permit Req.* 02/14 06/14 07/14 08/14 Ammonia, as N average concentration (mg/1) (Jun-Dec) 14.1 25 10 Ammonia, as N maximum concentration (mg/1) (Jun-Dec) 19.3 34.4 14 TSS average concentration (mg/1) 126.8 151.5 30 TSS maximum concentration (mg/1) 522.6 476.5 45 TSS average quantity (kg/d) 98.6 129.6 53 TSS maximum quantity (kg/d) 403.3 407.7 79 DO minimum concentration (mg/1) 5.80 7.1 7.5
VPDES means the Virginia Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, which is the Virginia system for the issuance of permits pursuant to the Permit Regulation (9VAC25-30-10 et seq.) (9VAC25-31-10), the State Water Control Law and § 402 of the Clean Water Act (33 USC § 1342), authorizing the discharge of pollutants from a point source to surface waters.
VPDES means Virginia Pollutant Discharge Elimination System. Consent Order Colchester Utilities, Inc., / Harbor View Wastewater Treatment Plant VPDES No.: VA0029416 Page 4 of 12 SECTION C: Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law 1. Colchester owns and operates the Plant located in Fairfax County, Virginia. The Permit authorizes Colchester to discharge treated sewage and other domestic wastes from the Plant, to an unnamed tributary to Massey Creek, in strict compliance with the terms and conditions of the Permit. The design flow of the Plant is 0.080 MGD. 2. Massey Creek is located within the Potomac River Basin. This segment is listed in DEQ's 2012 305(b)/303(d) Integrated Report for impairments to fish consumption, due to PCBs. 3. In submitting the DMR for the May 2013 monitoring period, Colchester reported that it exceeded the discharge limitation contained in Part I, Section A, Number 1, Page 1 of the Permit for the weekly concentration average maximum for ammonia. 4. On September 24, 2013, DEQ inspected the Facility. During the inspection, DEQ observed multiple deficiencies related to operation, sampling, and record keeping. The deficiencies were as follows: