Town of Stanley, VA
Page County
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§ 157-33 Information requirements.

All industrial dischargers shall file with the Town wastewater information deemed necessary by the manager for determination of compliance with this chapter, the Town's VPDES permit conditions, and state and federal law. Such information shall be provided by completion of a questionnaire designed and supplied by the manager and by supplements thereto as may be necessary. Information requested in the questionnaire and designated by the discharger as confidential is subject to the conditions of confidentiality as set out in Subsection C.
Where a person owns, operates or occupies properties designated as an industrial discharger at more than one location, separate information submittals shall be made for each location as may be required by the manager.
Information and data on an industrial user obtained from reports, questionnaires, permit applications, permits and monitoring programs and from inspections shall be available to the public or other governmental agency without restriction unless the user specifically requests and is able to demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Town that the release of such information would divulge information, processes or methods of production entitled to protection as trade secrets of the user.
When requested by the person furnishing a report, the portions of a report which might disclose trade secrets or secret processes shall not be made available for inspection by the public but shall be made available upon written request to governmental agencies for uses related to this chapter, the Virginia Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (VPDES) permit, state disposal system permit and/or the pretreatment programs; provided, however, that such portions of a report shall be available for use by the state or any state agency in judicial review or enforcement proceedings involving the person furnishing the report. Wastewater constituents and characteristics will not be recognized as confidential information.
Information accepted by the Town as confidential shall not be transmitted to any governmental agency or to the general public by the City until and unless a ten-day notification is given to the user.

§ 157-34 User permits.

All significant industrial users proposing to connect to or to contribute to the treatment works shall obtain a user permit before connecting to or contributing to the treatment works. All existing significant industrial users connected to or contributing to the treatment works shall obtain a user permit within 180 days after the effective date of this chapter.
Significant industrial users required to obtain a permit shall complete, and file with the Town an application in the form prescribed by the Town, and accompanied by a fee as set forth by the Town. Existing significant industrial users shall apply for a permit within 30 days after the effective date of this chapter, and proposed new significant industrial users shall apply at least 90 days prior to connecting to or contributing to the treatment works.
In support of the application, the user shall submit, in units and terms appropriate for evaluation, the following information:
Name, address, and location (if different from address);
SIC number according to the Standard Industrial Classification Manual, Bureau of the Budget, 1987, as amended;
Wastewater constituents and characteristics, including but not limited to those mentioned in § 157-27 of this chapter as determined by a reliable analytical laboratory; sampling and analysis shall be performed in accordance with procedures established by the EPA pursuant to Section 304(g) of the Act and contained in 40 CFR Part 136, as amended;
Time and duration of contribution;
Average daily and peak wastewater flow rates, including daily, monthly and seasonal variations, if any;
Site plans, floor plans, mechanical and plumbing plans and details to show all sewers, sewer connections, and appurtenances by their size, location and elevation;
Description of activities, facilities and plant processes on the premises, including all materials which are or could be discharged;
The nature and concentration of any pollutants in the discharge. A statement identifying the applicable pretreatment standards and requirements, and a statement regarding whether or not the pretreatment standards are being met on a consistent basis and, if not, whether additional O&M and/or additional pretreatment is required for the user to meet applicable pretreatment standards;
If additional pretreatment and/or O&M will be required to meet the pretreatment standards, the shortest schedule by which the user will provide such additional pretreatment. The completion date in this schedule shall not be later than the compliance date established for the applicable pretreatment standard. The following conditions shall apply to this schedule:
The schedule shall contain increments of progress in the form of dates for the commencement and completion of major events leading to the construction and operation of additional pretreatment required for the user to meet the applicable pretreatment standards (e.g., hiring an engineer, completing preliminary plans, completing final plans, executing contract for major components, commencing construction, completing construction, etc.).
No increment referred to in Subsection B(1)(i)[1] shall exceed one year.
Not later than 14 days following each date in the schedule and the final date for compliance, the user shall submit a progress report to the manager, including, as a minimum, whether or not it complied with the increment of progress to be met on such date and, if not, the date on which it expects to comply with this increment of progress; the reason for delay, and the steps being taken by the user to return the construction to the schedule established. In no event shall more than one year elapse between such progress reports to the manager.
Each product produced by type, amount, process or processes and rate of production;
Type and amount of raw materials processed (average and maximum per day);
Number of type of employees, and hours of operation of plant and proposed or actual hours of operation of pretreatment system;
Any other information as may be deemed by the Town to be necessary to evaluate the user permit application.
The Town will evaluate the data furnished by the user and may require additional information. After evaluation and acceptance of the data furnished, the Town may issue a user permit subject to terms and conditions provided herein.
Within nine months of the promulgation of a National Categorical Pretreatment Standard, the user permit of users subject to such standards shall be revised to require compliance with such standard if they are more restrictive than the local limits developed by the POTW within the time frame prescribed by such standard. Where a user, subject to a National Categorical Pretreatment Standard, has not previously submitted an application for a user permit as required by Subsection B, the user shall apply for a user permit within 180 days after the promulgation of the applicable National Categorical Pretreatment Standard. In addition, the user with an existing user permit shall submit to the manager, within 180 days after the promulgation of an applicable Federal Categorical Pretreatment Standard, the information required by Subsection B(1)(h) and (i).
Permit conditions. User permits shall be expressly subject to all provisions of this chapter and all other applicable regulations, user charges and fees established by the Town. Permits may contain the following:
The unit charge or schedule of user charges and fees for the wastewater to be discharged to a community sewer;
Limits on the average and maximum wastewater constituents and characteristics (permits must contain this item);
Limits on average and maximum rate and time of discharge or requirements for flow regulations and equalization (permits must contain this item);
Requirements for installation and maintenance of inspection and sampling facilities;
Specifications for monitoring programs, which may include sampling locations, frequency of sampling, number, types and standards for tests and reporting schedule;
Compliance schedules;
Requirements for submission of technical reports or discharge reports; see § 157-35 of this article (permits must contain this item);
Requirements for maintaining and retaining plant records relating to wastewater discharge as specified by the Town, and affording the Town access thereto (permits must contain this item);
Requirements for notification of the Town for any new introduction of wastewater constituents or any substantial change in volume or character of the wastewater constituents being introduced into the treatment works (permits must contain this item);
Requirements for immediate notification of slug discharges (permits must contain this item);
Other conditions as deemed appropriate by the Town to ensure compliance with this chapter.
Statement of applicable remedies.
User permits shall be issued for a specified time period, not to exceed five years. A permit may be issued for a period less than a year or may be stated to expire on a specific date. The user shall apply for permit reissuance a minimum of 180 days prior to the expiration of the user's existing permit. The terms and conditions of the permit may be subject to modification by the Town during the term of the permit as limitations or requirements as identified in this section are modified or other just cause exists. The user shall be informed of any proposed changes in his permit at least 30 days prior to the effective date of change. Any changes or new conditions in the permit shall include a reasonable time schedule for compliance.
User permits are issued to a specific user for a specific operation. A user permit shall not be reassigned or transferred or sold by the user to a new owner, new user, different premises, or a new or changed operation without the approval of the Town. Any succeeding owner or user shall also comply with the terms and conditions of the existing permit in the interim prior to the issuance of the respective new permit.

§ 157-35 Reporting requirements for permittee.

Within 90 days following the date for final compliance with applicable pretreatment standards or, in the case of a new source, following commencement of the introduction of wastewater into the wastewater treatment facilities, any user subject to pretreatment standards and requirements shall submit to the manager a report indicating the nature and concentration of all pollutants in the discharge from the regulated process which are limited by pretreatment standards and requirements and the average and maximum daily flow for these process units in the user facility which are limited by such pretreatment standards or requirements. The report shall state whether the applicable pretreatment standards or requirements are being met on a consistent basis and, if not, what additional O&M and/or pretreatment is necessary to bring the user into compliance with the applicable pretreatment standards or requirements. In addition, the report shall contain the results of any sampling and analysis of the discharge as specified in Subsection B(2) below. This statement shall be signed by an authorized representative of the user, and certified to by a qualified professional.
Annual reporting requirements.
Any user subject to a pretreatment standard, after the compliance date of such pretreatment standard, or, in the case of such pretreatment standard or in the case of a new source, after commencement of the discharge into the treatment works, shall submit to the manager during the months of June and December, unless required more frequently in the pretreatment standard or by the manager, a report indicating the nature and concentration of pollutants in the effluent which are limited by such pretreatment standards. In addition, this report shall include a record of all daily flows which during the reporting period exceeded the average daily flow reported. At the discretion of the manager and in consideration of such factors as local high or low flow rates, holidays, budget cycles, etc., the manager may agree to alter the months during which the above reports are to be submitted.
The manager may impose mass limitations on users which are using dilution to meet applicable pretreatment standards or requirements, or in other cases where the imposition of mass limitations are appropriate. In such cases, the report required by Subsection B(1) shall indicate the mass of pollutants regulated by pretreatment standards in the effluent of the user. These reports shall contain the results of sampling and analysis of the discharge, including the flow and the nature and concentration, or production and mass where requested by the manager, of pollutants contained therein which are limited by the applicable pretreatment standards. The frequency of monitoring shall be prescribed in the permit. All analysis shall be performed in accordance with procedures established by the EPA pursuant to Section 304(g) of the Act and contained in 40 CFR Part 136 and amendments thereto or with any other test procedures approved by the EPA. Sampling shall be performed in accordance with the techniques approved by the EPA. All samples analyzed by this method should be reported. Where 40 CFR Part 136 does not include a sampling or analytical technique for the pollutant in question, sampling and analysis shall be performed in accordance with sampling and analytical procedures approved by the EPA.

§ 157-36 Provision for monitoring.

When required by the manager, the owner of any property serviced by a building sewer carrying Class II wastewater discharges shall provide suitable access and such necessary meters and other devices in the building sewer to facilitate observation, sampling, and measurement of the wastewater. Such access shall be in a readily and safely accessible location and shall be provided in accordance with plans approved by the manager. The access shall be provided and maintained at the owner's expense so as to be safe and accessible at reasonable times.
The manager shall consider such factors as the volume and strength of discharge, rate of discharge, quantities of toxic materials in the discharge, treatment facility removal capabilities, and cost effectiveness in determining whether or not access and equipment for monitoring Class II wastewater discharges shall be required.
Where the manager determines access and equipment for monitoring or measuring Class II wastewater discharges is not practicable, reliable, or cost effective, the manager may specify alternative methods of determining the characteristics of the wastewaters discharge which will, in the manager's judgment, provide a reasonably reliable measurement of such characteristics.
Measurements, tests, and analyses of the characteristics of wastewater required by this chapter shall conform to 40 CFR Part 136 and be performed by a qualified laboratory. When such analyses are required of a discharger, the discharger may, in lieu of using the Town's laboratory, make arrangement with any qualified laboratory, including that of the discharger, to perform such analyses.
Fees for any given measurement, test, or analysis of wastewater required by this chapter and performed by the Town shall be the same for all classes of dischargers, regardless of the quantity or quality of the discharge and shall reflect only direct cost. Costs of analyses performed by an independent laboratory at the option of discharger shall be borne directly by the discharger.

§ 157-37 Costs of damage.

If the drainage or discharge from any establishment causes a deposit, obstruction, or damage to any of the Town's treatment works or treatment facility, the manager shall cause the deposit or obstruction to be promptly removed or cause the damage to be promptly repaired. The cost for such work, including materials, labor, and supervision shall be borne by the person causing such deposit, obstruction, or damage.