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General NPDES Industrial Storm Water Permit Program “Rule 6”. What is Storm Water?. Run-off from natural precipitation, such as rain events and snow melt and other surface run-off and drainage

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what is storm water
What is Storm Water?
  • Run-offfrom natural precipitation, such as rain events and snow melt and other surface run-off and drainage
  • Rule 6 targets the run-offfrom areas of facilities where there is a reasonable potential for storm water to be exposed to pollutants
brief history
1972 Federal Clean Water Act

1990 Federal Phase I Storm Water program implemented

1992 State of Indiana Phase I Storm Water program implemented

Brief History
brief history cont
1999 Federal Phase II Storm Water program implemented December 8

March 10, 2003 All States with permitting authority to have Phase II Storm Water program implemented

August - September 2003 State of Indiana Phase II Storm Water program scheduled to be implemented

Brief History(cont.)
state of indiana storm water program
State of Indiana Storm Water Program
  • RULE 5:storm water discharges associated withconstruction activity (327 IAC 15-5)
  • RULE 6:storm water discharges associated with industrial activity (327 IAC 15-6)
  • Rule 13:storm water discharges to municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4) (327 IAC 15-13)
what is the goal of the storm water program
What is the goal of the Storm Water Program?
  • To Improve Water Quality By Reducing the Pollutants Contained in Storm Water Discharges
  • For Rule 6 this is done by the following:
    • Through use of Best Management Practices outlined in a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3)
    • Or by achieving a condition of “No Exposure” at the facility
do i need a rule 6 permit
Do I need a Rule 6 Permit?
  • What is my facility’s SIC code?
    • 4 digit code (Motor Vehicle Parts, Used 5015)
  • Is industrial activity exposed to storm water?
    • Material handling and storage areas
  • Is there a point source discharge?
    • pipe conduit
    • ditch tunnel
    • channel discrete fissure
application options
Application Options
  • General permit
  • Individual permit
  • No Exposure Certification
application requirements general storm water permit
Application Requirements: General Storm Water Permit
  • Submit Notice of Intent (NOI) Letter
    • State is developing a new NOI form
  • $50.00 Application Fee
    • ($100.00 Annual Fee)
  • Proof of Publication (Phase II requirement)
    • Notice in local newspaper
program requirements general storm water permit
Program Requirements: General Storm Water Permit
  • Develop and Implement a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3)
    • Must submit SWP3 certification checklist within 365 days of NOI submittal
  • Perform Annual Monitoring of Selected Outfalls
    • 8 parameters sampled for via grab sample
  • Submit Annual Report
    • Sampling data & any changes to original NOI info
the storm water pollution prevention plan swp3
The Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3)
  • Purpose of SWP3

1. Identify potential sources of pollution which may reasonably be expected to affect the quality of storm water discharges exposed to industrial activity from the facility

2. Describe practices and measures to be used in reducing the potential for pollutants to be exposed to storm water

the storm water pollution prevention plan swp312
The Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3)
  • Plan Requirements

1. Form a Pollution Prevention Team

2. Develop a facility site map

a. Identify drainage areas

b. Identify outfalls

c. Identify material handing and storage areas

d. Look for any non-storm water discharges

3. Determine appropriate baseline Best Management Practices (BMPs)

the storm water pollution prevention plan swp313
The Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3)
  • Plan Requirements

4. Implement BMPs

5. Train employees

6. Conduct quarterly site inspection/BMP evaluation

7. Review and revise plan

8. Once plan is implemented submit SWP3 certification checklist to IDEM

monitoring requirements
Monitoring Requirements
  • 5 Sampling Events
    • grab sample once/year
  • basic 8 parameters sampled
    • Oil and Grease
    • Total Suspended Solids (TSS)
    • pH
    • Total Phosphorous
    • Carbonaceous Biochemical Oxygen Demand (CBOD5)
    • Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD)
    • Nitrate + Nitrite Nitrogen
    • Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen (TKN)
annual reports
Annual Reports
  • Details Items to be Submitted
    • Changes to original NOI letter
    • Additional BMPs implemented/corrective actions taken
    • Sampling data from past year
permit term
Permit Term
  • Permit Valid for Five Years
  • Must Renew Permit with Full Application within 90 Days of Expiration
what is the definition of no exposure
What is the Definition of “No Exposure?”
  • All industrial materials or activities are protected by a storm resistant shelter to prevent exposure to rain, snow, snowmelt, and/or runoff.
  • Storm resistant shelter not required for:
    • Sealed containers
    • Adequately maintained vehicles
    • Final products
conditional no exposure exclusion

Available to all Sectors of Industry (Beginning September 2003)

  • Certification Valid for Five Years
  • Must Renew Certification with within 90 Days of Expiration
  • Utilizes EPA No Exposure Form
  • Evaluated Using EPA No Exposure Guidance Manual

Conditional No Exposure Exclusion

epa s no exposure certification form
EPA’s No Exposure Certification Form
  • Contact and location information
  • Asks a series of Yes/No questions to help determine if no exposure exists
    • May submit only if answer is “no” to all questions
  • Sign and send to IDEM not EPA
  • No fee associated with submittal
no exposure limitations
No Exposure Limitations
  • Available on a facility-wide basis only
  • Permit required when condition of “no exposure” no longer exists
  • PA has authority to require a permit at any time
questions more information idem storm water group
Questions/More Information IDEM Storm Water Group

Web site:http://www.in.gov/idem/water/compbr/ wetwthr/storm/index.html

E-mail: Lori Gates: lgates@dem.state.in.us Craig Lawson: clawson@dem.state.in.us

Phone: Lori Gates: (317) 233-6725 Craig Lawson: (317) 233-0202