Stormwater ManagementStormwater Management
ProductsProducts
We give you the calmWe give you the calm afterafter the stormt...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-DrainGuardUltra-DrainGuard
 Oil & SedimentOil & Sediment
ModelModel
 Sedime...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-DrainGuardUltra-DrainGuard
Oil & Sediment Plus®Oil & Sediment Plus®
 X-TEX “...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-GrateGuardUltra-GrateGuard
 Oil & SedimentOil & Sediment
 Sediment OnlySedi...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-CurbGuardUltra-CurbGuard
 Oil & SedimentOil & Sediment
 Sediment OnlySedime...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-CurbGuard, Insert-StyleUltra-CurbGuard, Insert-Style
 Keep Sediment, Oil, Si...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-CurbGuard, Insert-StyleUltra-CurbGuard, Insert-Style
 Keep Sediment, Oil, Si...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-BasinGuardUltra-BasinGuard
 Oil & SedimentOil & Sediment
 Sediment OnlySedi...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-BasinGuardUltra-BasinGuard
 Oil & SedimentOil & Sediment
 Sediment OnlySedi...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-PassiveSkimmerUltra-PassiveSkimmer
 Removes Oil FromRemoves Oil From
Catch B...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-PassiveSkimmerUltra-PassiveSkimmer
 Removes Oil FromRemoves Oil From
Catch B...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-DewateringBagUltra-DewateringBag
 Contain SedimentContain Sediment
And Oil P...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-PipeSockUltra-PipeSock
 Control The Flow OfControl The Flow Of
Sediment And ...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-GullyGuardUltra-GullyGuard
 Control The Flow OfControl The Flow Of
Sediment ...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-SiltFenceUltra-SiltFence
 Easy and economicalEasy and economical
way to meet...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-G2 Rooftop Defense SystemsUltra-G2 Rooftop Defense Systems
 Best Management ...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-DrainSealsUltra-DrainSeals Spill ResponseSpill Response
 Stop spills from go...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-DrainSealsUltra-DrainSeals Spill ResponseSpill Response
 Reinforced mesh is ...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-DrainSealUltra-DrainSeal Spill ResponseSpill Response
WallMount UnitWallMount...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-DrainPlugsUltra-DrainPlugs Spill ResponseSpill Response
 Tapered design wedg...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-SpillBermsUltra-SpillBerms Spill ResponseSpill Response
 Temporary Berm Seal...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-PopUp PoolsUltra-PopUp Pools Spill ResponseSpill Response
 PopUp Pools Insta...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-HardTop P1 PlusUltra-HardTop P1 Plus Drum StorageDrum Storage
 The Only 1-Dr...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-HardTop P2 PlusUltra-HardTop P2 Plus Drum StorageDrum Storage
 Store hazardo...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-HardTop P4Ultra-HardTop P4 Drum StorageDrum Storage
 Deck grates areDeck gra...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-SpillPalletsUltra-SpillPallets Drum StorageDrum Storage
Economical Outdoor Dr...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-ContainmentSumpUltra-ContainmentSump
Spill ContainmentSpill Containment
 Com...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-Containment BermsUltra-Containment Berms
Spill ContainmentSpill Containment
...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-Self BailerUltra-Self Bailer
 Allows clean stormwaterAllows clean stormwater...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-Self BailerUltra-Self Bailer
 Allows clean stormwaterAllows clean stormwater...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-DownSpoutGuardUltra-DownSpoutGuard
 Removes pollutants fromRemoves pollutant...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-DownSpoutGuardUltra-DownSpoutGuard
Spill ContainmentSpill Containment
 Speci...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-TrackPansUltra-TrackPans Spill ContainmentSpill Containment
 Capture Hazardo...
Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products
Ultra-TrackPansUltra-TrackPans Spill ContainmentSpill Containment
 LightweightLigh...
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Stormwater Regulations
The OpportunityThe Opportunity
The following quotes are from an article publishedThe following quotes are from an article ...
Monitor Breakfast
posted March 28, 2002
Christine Todd Whitman, administrator of the
Environmental Protection Agency and f...
WaterEnvironment & TechnologyMagazine
November 2001
In an exclusive interview, G. Tracy Mehan, III,
the new head of the U....
The FederalThe Federal Clean Water ActClean Water Act of 1972 establishedof 1972 established
thethe National Pollutant Dis...
 Eleven categories of industrialEleven categories of industrial
activity, one of which is constructionactivity, one of wh...
 Construction activity disturbingConstruction activity disturbing
between 1 and 5 acres of land (i.e.,between 1 and 5 acr...
11 Industrial Categories11 Industrial Categories
Phase IPhase I
 Facilities with effluent limitations
 Manufacturing
 M...
Industrial Activity Phase IIndustrial Activity Phase I
 lumber and wood products
 paper & allied products
 chemicals & ...
Industrial Activity Phase IIndustrial Activity Phase I
 Dairy products processing
 Grain mills
 Canned & preserved frui...
Industrial Activity Phase IIndustrial Activity Phase I
 railroad transportation
 local and inter-urban passenger transit...
Industrial Activity Phase IIndustrial Activity Phase I
 food and kindred product
 tobacco products
 textile mill produc...
Industrial Activity Phase IIIndustrial Activity Phase II
NO EXPOSURE CERTIFICATIONNO EXPOSURE CERTIFICATION
for Exclusion ...
ConstructionConstruction
ActivitiesActivities
The NPDES Storm Water Program requires operatorsThe NPDES Storm Water Program requires operators
of both large and smallof...
Municipal Separate
Storm Sewer Systems
MS4s
Municipal
Operators of regulatedOperators of regulated small MS4ssmall MS4s must have permitmust have permit
coverage no later thanc...
Listed below are theListed below are the six minimum control measuressix minimum control measures thatthat
operators of re...
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  1. 1. Stormwater ManagementStormwater Management ProductsProducts We give you the calmWe give you the calm afterafter the stormthe storm
  2. 2. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-DrainGuardUltra-DrainGuard  Oil & SedimentOil & Sediment ModelModel  Sediment OnlySediment Only ModelModel
  3. 3. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-DrainGuardUltra-DrainGuard Oil & Sediment Plus®Oil & Sediment Plus®  X-TEX “Filter Strips” captureX-TEX “Filter Strips” capture hydrocarbonshydrocarbons
  4. 4. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-GrateGuardUltra-GrateGuard  Oil & SedimentOil & Sediment  Sediment OnlySediment Only
  5. 5. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-CurbGuardUltra-CurbGuard  Oil & SedimentOil & Sediment  Sediment OnlySediment Only  Sizes from 4 ft.Sizes from 4 ft. to 14 ft.to 14 ft.  4 Inch Diameter4 Inch Diameter
  6. 6. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-CurbGuard, Insert-StyleUltra-CurbGuard, Insert-Style  Keep Sediment, Oil, Silt And Debris Out Of Curb InletsKeep Sediment, Oil, Silt And Debris Out Of Curb Inlets And Stormwater SystemsAnd Stormwater Systems  Two heavy-dutyTwo heavy-duty tension rods keeptension rods keep unit secured insideunit secured inside inlet for a clean,inlet for a clean, flush-mountedflush-mounted installationinstallation
  7. 7. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-CurbGuard, Insert-StyleUltra-CurbGuard, Insert-Style  Keep Sediment, Oil, Silt And Debris Out Of Curb InletsKeep Sediment, Oil, Silt And Debris Out Of Curb Inlets And Stormwater SystemsAnd Stormwater Systems  Sizes fitSizes fit 22 in. to 60 in.22 in. to 60 in. inletsinlets
  8. 8. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-BasinGuardUltra-BasinGuard  Oil & SedimentOil & Sediment  Sediment OnlySediment Only  36 Inch Diameter36 Inch Diameter  4 ft. x 6 ft.4 ft. x 6 ft.
  9. 9. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-BasinGuardUltra-BasinGuard  Oil & SedimentOil & Sediment  Sediment OnlySediment Only  36 Inch Diameter36 Inch Diameter  4 ft. x 6 ft.4 ft. x 6 ft.
  10. 10. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-PassiveSkimmerUltra-PassiveSkimmer  Removes Oil FromRemoves Oil From Catch Basins andCatch Basins and Storm DrainsStorm Drains  Floats on water surfaceFloats on water surface continuously absorbs oil.continuously absorbs oil.
  11. 11. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-PassiveSkimmerUltra-PassiveSkimmer  Removes Oil FromRemoves Oil From Catch Basins andCatch Basins and Storm DrainsStorm Drains  Holds up toHolds up to 2 gallons of oil.2 gallons of oil.
  12. 12. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-DewateringBagUltra-DewateringBag  Contain SedimentContain Sediment And Oil Pumped OutAnd Oil Pumped Out During DewateringDuring Dewatering OperationsOperations  Standard andStandard and custom sizescustom sizes available.available.
  13. 13. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-PipeSockUltra-PipeSock  Control The Flow OfControl The Flow Of Sediment And Oil OutSediment And Oil Out Of Headwall And OtherOf Headwall And Other Types Of PipesTypes Of Pipes  Standard and customStandard and custom sizes available.sizes available.
  14. 14. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-GullyGuardUltra-GullyGuard  Control The Flow OfControl The Flow Of Sediment And Oil OutSediment And Oil Out Of Headwall And OtherOf Headwall And Other Types Of PipesTypes Of Pipes  Reduce Water VelocityReduce Water Velocity In Gullies, Ditches, AndIn Gullies, Ditches, And Construction SitesConstruction Sites
  15. 15. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-SiltFenceUltra-SiltFence  Easy and economicalEasy and economical way to meet erosion andway to meet erosion and sediment controlsediment control requirements atrequirements at construction sites.construction sites.  Standard heightsStandard heights of 24" and 36"of 24" and 36"
  16. 16. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-G2 Rooftop Defense SystemsUltra-G2 Rooftop Defense Systems  Best Management PracticeBest Management Practice in your Storm Waterin your Storm Water Pollution Prevention PlanPollution Prevention Plan  Reduces fire hazardsReduces fire hazards and excessive liabilitiesand excessive liabilities
  17. 17. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-DrainSealsUltra-DrainSeals Spill ResponseSpill Response  Stop spills from goingStop spills from going down the draindown the drain  Urethane constructionUrethane construction allows the pad to deformallows the pad to deform and seal off most drainsand seal off most drains temporarily "seals" to anytemporarily "seals" to any smooth surfacesmooth surface
  18. 18. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-DrainSealsUltra-DrainSeals Spill ResponseSpill Response  Reinforced mesh is "sandwiched" betweenReinforced mesh is "sandwiched" between layers of polyurethane - increases durabilitylayers of polyurethane - increases durability and resistance to tearingand resistance to tearing
  19. 19. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-DrainSealUltra-DrainSeal Spill ResponseSpill Response WallMount UnitWallMount Unit  OptionalOptional Ultra-DrainSealUltra-DrainSeal WallMount UnitsWallMount Units allow quickallow quick response to anyresponse to any spill - just "grabspill - just "grab and go"!and go"!
  20. 20. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-DrainPlugsUltra-DrainPlugs Spill ResponseSpill Response  Tapered design wedges securely intoTapered design wedges securely into standard drains to stop any flowstandard drains to stop any flow
  21. 21. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-SpillBermsUltra-SpillBerms Spill ResponseSpill Response  Temporary Berm Seals Off Spills From TheTemporary Berm Seals Off Spills From The Environment, Nearby Drains And DoorwaysEnvironment, Nearby Drains And Doorways  Unique, urethaneUnique, urethane material "weeps“material "weeps“ into small cracksinto small cracks and crevices toand crevices to seal off liquid flowseal off liquid flow
  22. 22. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-PopUp PoolsUltra-PopUp Pools Spill ResponseSpill Response  PopUp Pools Instantly Expand To CapturePopUp Pools Instantly Expand To Capture Leaks From Saddle Tanks, Pipes, HydraulicLeaks From Saddle Tanks, Pipes, Hydraulic Lines And Many Other Industrial AccidentsLines And Many Other Industrial Accidents  Foam ringFoam ring rises withrises with level of liquidlevel of liquid to raiseto raise sidewallssidewalls
  23. 23. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-HardTop P1 PlusUltra-HardTop P1 Plus Drum StorageDrum Storage  The Only 1-DrumThe Only 1-Drum Lockable OutdoorLockable Outdoor Containment UnitContainment Unit AvailableAvailable
  24. 24. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-HardTop P2 PlusUltra-HardTop P2 Plus Drum StorageDrum Storage  Store hazardousStore hazardous drums Safelydrums Safely outdoors Withoutdoors With pumps Andpumps And funnels In place!funnels In place!
  25. 25. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-HardTop P4Ultra-HardTop P4 Drum StorageDrum Storage  Deck grates areDeck grates are removable for easyremovable for easy cleaning of sumpcleaning of sump area.area.  All 4 drums canAll 4 drums can be easily accessedbe easily accessed with unique gull wingwith unique gull wing cover design.cover design.
  26. 26. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-SpillPalletsUltra-SpillPallets Drum StorageDrum Storage Economical Outdoor Drum Storage UnitsEconomical Outdoor Drum Storage Units Contain SpillsContain Spills AndAnd Keep Rainwater OutKeep Rainwater Out!!
  27. 27. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-ContainmentSumpUltra-ContainmentSump Spill ContainmentSpill Containment  CompleteComplete containmentcontainment for 275 gallonfor 275 gallon oval tanksoval tanks indoors orindoors or outdoorsoutdoors
  28. 28. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-Containment BermsUltra-Containment Berms Spill ContainmentSpill Containment  Economical designEconomical design offers cost savingsoffers cost savings and secure containmentand secure containment  Collapsible wall modelCollapsible wall model features rugged PVCfeatures rugged PVC sidewall assembliessidewall assemblies
  29. 29. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-Self BailerUltra-Self Bailer  Allows clean stormwaterAllows clean stormwater to drain passively fromto drain passively from Containment BermsContainment Berms while filtering out oilswhile filtering out oils and other hydrocarbonsand other hydrocarbons  Can also be attached toCan also be attached to other UltraTech outdoorother UltraTech outdoor containment productscontainment products
  30. 30. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-Self BailerUltra-Self Bailer  Allows clean stormwaterAllows clean stormwater to drain passively fromto drain passively from Containment BermsContainment Berms while filtering out oilswhile filtering out oils and other hydrocarbonsand other hydrocarbons  Can also be attached toCan also be attached to other UltraTech outdoorother UltraTech outdoor containment productscontainment products
  31. 31. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-DownSpoutGuardUltra-DownSpoutGuard  Removes pollutants fromRemoves pollutants from stormwater flow in guttersstormwater flow in gutters and downspoutsand downspouts  Quick and easy to installQuick and easy to install on most downspoutson most downspouts  Polyethylene construction willPolyethylene construction will not rust or corrodenot rust or corrode
  32. 32. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-DownSpoutGuardUltra-DownSpoutGuard Spill ContainmentSpill Containment  Special “X-Tex”Special “X-Tex” oil-absorbing materialoil-absorbing material removes oil, greaseremoves oil, grease and other hydrocarbonsand other hydrocarbons from gutter and downspoutfrom gutter and downspout water flowwater flow  Filter material is easilyFilter material is easily removed and replacedremoved and replaced
  33. 33. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-TrackPansUltra-TrackPans Spill ContainmentSpill Containment  Capture HazardousCapture Hazardous Spills From RailroadSpills From Railroad Tanker Cars WhileTanker Cars While Managing StormwaterManaging Stormwater IssuesIssues
  34. 34. Stormwater ProductsStormwater Products Ultra-TrackPansUltra-TrackPans Spill ContainmentSpill Containment  LightweightLightweight covers keep rainwatercovers keep rainwater out; eliminate overflowout; eliminate overflow of contaminated waterof contaminated water
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  36. 36. Stormwater Regulations
  37. 37. The OpportunityThe Opportunity The following quotes are from an article publishedThe following quotes are from an article published Thursday March 28, 2002 in the Christian ScienceThursday March 28, 2002 in the Christian Science Monitor’s on-line publication taken from an interviewMonitor’s on-line publication taken from an interview with the currentwith the current EPA DirectorEPA Director and former Governor ofand former Governor of New JerseyNew Jersey Christine Todd Whitman.Christine Todd Whitman. Quotes from an article published in the DecemberQuotes from an article published in the December 2001 Water Environment & Technology Magazine2001 Water Environment & Technology Magazine taken from an interview with the current head of thetaken from an interview with the current head of the EPA Office of Water, G. Tracy Mehan, IIIEPA Office of Water, G. Tracy Mehan, III are includedare included as well.as well.
  38. 38. Monitor Breakfast posted March 28, 2002 Christine Todd Whitman, administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency and former governor of New Jersey, was the guest at Wednesday's Monitor breakfast in Washington. Monitor Breakfast Selected quotations from a Monitor Breakfast with Environmental Protection Administrator Christine Whitman By David T. Cook On which environmental issue is the No. 1 challenge: "I would put it in terms of what I think our single greatest challenge is, and I don't know how we are going to solve it all, and that is water. I think water is going to be the biggest environmental issue that we face for the 21st century in both quantity and quality. The agency doesn't really deal with quantity much – that falls more under (the Department of) Interior and others. But (EPA) clearly has an impact on quality. As you look, not just for the United States it is around the world. If you look at what is happening in the Middle East, there are some severe droughts going on. Water is a major problem – clean water in Afghanistan. We have a million children dying a year from waterborne diseases around the world, entirely preventable. And here in this country we look at enormous costs – anywhere from $480 billion to $1 trillion in infrastructure repair needs in cities and around the nation. ... we have gotten really good at identifying and correcting the problem that comes from a single source from a pipe that's emitting into a stream. We are having now to get to the point where people understand what they do in their driveway can end up somewhere far away and have a cumulative impact ... when you look at the problems we have in the West with the arsenic standard, the cost of that, all of those things say to me that water is going to be really one of our biggest challenges and I am not entirely sure that we have it all down on how to solve that." DENNIS COOK/AP “I would put it in terms of what I think our single greatest challenge is, and I don't know how we are going to solve it all, and that is water. I think water is going to be the biggest environmental issue that we face for the 21st century in both quantity and quality. ” “... we have gotten really good at identifying and correcting the problem that comes from a single source from a pipe that's emitting into a stream. We are having now to get to the point where people understand what they do in their driveway can end up somewhere far away and have a cumulative impact” “... when you look at the problems we have in the West with the arsenic standard, the cost of that, all of those things say to me that water is going to be really one of our biggest challenges and I am not entirely sure that we have it all down on how to solve that." On which environmental issue is the No. 1 challenge:
  39. 39. WaterEnvironment & TechnologyMagazine November 2001 In an exclusive interview, G. Tracy Mehan, III, the new head of the U.S. EPA Office of Water, outlines the Bush Administration’s plans and Priorities for addressing water quality issues and regulation Q: What do you think will be the Office of Water’s biggest challenges during your tenure? A: I think, clearly, the whole movement toward engagement in the issue of nonpoint source pollution is the big challenge. Our legal authorities and most of our resources to date have been directed at point sources, as well they should have been. We certainly need to build on that base and go forward from there. But now, trying to adapt to concepts like watershed management and incentive based approaches that… engage stakeholders in a way that we can deal successfully with polluted runoff-I think that’s the overarching issue that I’ll have to contend with, as every other professional in this field is trying to do. On the question …On the question … What do you think will beWhat do you think will be the Office of Water’s biggest challengesthe Office of Water’s biggest challenges during your tenure?…during your tenure?… ““ I think, clearly, the whole movement towardI think, clearly, the whole movement toward engagement in the issue ofengagement in the issue of nonpoint sourcenonpoint source pollutionpollution is the big challenge…”is the big challenge…” ““ [we need to][we need to] engage stakeholders in a way thatengage stakeholders in a way that we can deal successfully withwe can deal successfully with polluted runoffpolluted runoff …I…I think that’s the overarching issue that I’ll have tothink that’s the overarching issue that I’ll have to contend with”contend with”
  40. 40. The FederalThe Federal Clean Water ActClean Water Act of 1972 establishedof 1972 established thethe National Pollutant Discharge EliminationNational Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES)System (NPDES) The Clean Water Act has been amendedThe Clean Water Act has been amended several times. One importantseveral times. One important amendment was theamendment was the Water Quality ActWater Quality Act of 1987.of 1987. The Water Quality Act of 1987The Water Quality Act of 1987 established aestablished a two-phasetwo-phase stormwaterstormwater program…program…
  41. 41.  Eleven categories of industrialEleven categories of industrial activity, one of which is constructionactivity, one of which is construction activity that disturbsactivity that disturbs five or morefive or more acres of land.acres of land. Under Phase I, EPA required NPDESUnder Phase I, EPA required NPDES permit coverage for storm waterpermit coverage for storm water discharges from:discharges from:  "Medium" and "large""Medium" and "large" municipalmunicipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s)separate storm sewer systems (MS4s) located in incorporated places orlocated in incorporated places or counties withcounties with populations of 100,000populations of 100,000 or moreor more; and; and
  42. 42.  Construction activity disturbingConstruction activity disturbing between 1 and 5 acres of land (i.e.,between 1 and 5 acres of land (i.e., small construction activitiessmall construction activities TheThe Phase II Final RulePhase II Final Rule, published in, published in the Federal Register on December 8,the Federal Register on December 8, 1999, requires NPDES permit coverage1999, requires NPDES permit coverage for storm water discharges from:for storm water discharges from:  Certain regulated small municipalCertain regulated small municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s);separate storm sewer systems (MS4s); and …and …  Phase II Regulations permits are duePhase II Regulations permits are due March 10, 2003.March 10, 2003.
  43. 43. 11 Industrial Categories11 Industrial Categories Phase IPhase I  Facilities with effluent limitations  Manufacturing  Mineral, Metal, Oil and Gas  Hazardous Waste,Treatment, or Disposal Facilities  Landfills  Recycling Facilities  Steam Electric Plants  Transportation Facilities  Treatment Works  Construction Activity  Light Industrial Activity
  44. 44. Industrial Activity Phase IIndustrial Activity Phase I  lumber and wood products  paper & allied products  chemicals & allied products  petroleum & coal products  leather tanning & finishing  stone, clay & glass production  primary metal industry  fabricated structural metal  ship and boat building and repair  metal mining (metallic mineral/ores)  coal mining  oil and gas extraction  non-metallic minerals except fuels ManufacturingManufacturing Mineral IndustryMineral Industry
  45. 45. Industrial Activity Phase IIndustrial Activity Phase I  Dairy products processing  Grain mills  Canned & preserved fruits & veg. processing *  Canned & preserved seafood processing  Beet, crystalline & liquid cane sugar refining  Textile mills  Cement manufacturing  Feedlots  Organic Chemicals plastics and synthetic fibers  Inorganic chemical manufacturing *  Soap and detergent manufacturing  Fertilizer manufacturing  Petroleum refining  Iron and steel manufacturing  Nonferrous metal manufacturing  Phosphate manufacturing *  Steam electric power  Glass manufacturing *  Asbestos manufacturing  Rubber manufacturing  Timber products processing  Pulp, paper, and paperboard *  Builder’s paper and board mills  Meat products  Metal finishing  Coal Mining *  Mineral mining & processing *  Pharmaceutical manufacturing *  Ore mining & dressing *  Paving and roofing materials  Paint formulating  Ink formulating  Pesticide Chemicals *  Carbon Black manufacturing  Battery manufacturing  Plastics molding and forming  Metal molding and casting  Coil coating  Porcelain enameling  Aluminum forming  Copper forming *  Electrical & electronic component  Nonferrous metal forming & powders Manufacturing and Mineral IndustriesManufacturing and Mineral Industries
  46. 46. Industrial Activity Phase IIndustrial Activity Phase I  railroad transportation  local and inter-urban passenger transit  trucking & warehousing  US postal service  water transportation  transportation by air  petroleum bulk stations and terminals TransportationTransportation Transportation facilities listed below which have vehicle maintenance shops, equipment cleaning operations, or airport deicing operations… will need to submit a Permit
  47. 47. Industrial Activity Phase IIndustrial Activity Phase I  food and kindred product  tobacco products  textile mill products  apparel and other textile product  wood kitchen cabinets  furniture and fixtures  paperboard containers and boxes  miscellaneous converted paper products  printing and publishing  drugs  paints and allied products  rubber and miscellaneous plastic  leather and products  products of purchased glass  fabricated metal products  industrial machinery and equipment  electronic and other electric equipment  transportation equipment  instruments and related products  miscellaneous manufacturing  farm product storage  refrigerated storage  general warehouse and storage Light IndustryLight Industry
  48. 48. Industrial Activity Phase IIIndustrial Activity Phase II NO EXPOSURE CERTIFICATIONNO EXPOSURE CERTIFICATION for Exclusion fromfor Exclusion from NPDES Storm Water PermittingNPDES Storm Water Permitting A condition of no exposure exists at anA condition of no exposure exists at an industrial facility when all industrialindustrial facility when all industrial materials and activities are protected bymaterials and activities are protected by aa storm resistant shelterstorm resistant shelter to preventto prevent exposure to rain, snow, snowmelt,exposure to rain, snow, snowmelt, and/or runoff.and/or runoff.
  49. 49. ConstructionConstruction ActivitiesActivities
  50. 50. The NPDES Storm Water Program requires operatorsThe NPDES Storm Water Program requires operators of both large and smallof both large and small construction sitesconstruction sites to obtainto obtain authorization to discharge storm water underauthorization to discharge storm water under an NPDES construction storm wateran NPDES construction storm water permit.permit.  In 1990, theIn 1990, the Phase IPhase I Storm Water regulationsStorm Water regulations addressed construction activities that disturbedaddressed construction activities that disturbed five or more acres of landfive or more acres of land  The NPDES Storm Water Program also addressesThe NPDES Storm Water Program also addresses small construction activities… those that disturbsmall construction activities… those that disturb between one and five acres of landbetween one and five acres of land - with the signing- with the signing of theof the Phase II Final Rule.Phase II Final Rule.
  51. 51. Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems MS4s Municipal
  52. 52. Operators of regulatedOperators of regulated small MS4ssmall MS4s must have permitmust have permit coverage no later thancoverage no later than March 10, 2003March 10, 2003. The Phase II Final. The Phase II Final Rule describes permit requirements… Under theRule describes permit requirements… Under the SmallSmall MS4 Storm Water ProgramMS4 Storm Water Program, operators of regulated small, operators of regulated small MS4s are required to:MS4s are required to:  Apply for NPDES permit coverageApply for NPDES permit coverage  Develop aDevelop a storm water management programstorm water management program whichwhich includes theincludes the six minimum control measuressix minimum control measures  Implement the storm water managementImplement the storm water management program using appropriate storm water managementprogram using appropriate storm water management controls, orcontrols, or best management practices (BMPs)best management practices (BMPs)  Develop measurable goals for the programDevelop measurable goals for the program  Evaluate the effectiveness of the programEvaluate the effectiveness of the program
  53. 53. Listed below are theListed below are the six minimum control measuressix minimum control measures thatthat operators of regulated small MS4s must incorporate intooperators of regulated small MS4s must incorporate into storm water management programsstorm water management programs. These measures. These measures are expected to result in significant reductions ofare expected to result in significant reductions of pollutants discharged into receiving water bodies.pollutants discharged into receiving water bodies.  Public Education and OutreachPublic Education and Outreach  Public Participation/InvolvementPublic Participation/Involvement  Illicit Discharge Detection and EliminationIllicit Discharge Detection and Elimination  Construction Site Runoff ControlConstruction Site Runoff Control  Post-Construction Runoff ControlPost-Construction Runoff Control  Pollution Prevention/Good HousekeepingPollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping
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