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printreg, September, 2002
Stormwater Discharge Permit Requirements


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From: Debra Jacobson (djacobson@istc.illinois.edu)
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 2002 06:53:03


If you are unsure about whether or not your facility is required to obtain a storm water discharge permit the following summary and reference may be of assistance. Note other categories that are not covered by 1-10, which includes printing. See the full text regulation for review (40 CFR 122.26 (b)(14)).
Debra Jacobson
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What industrial activities may require me to get permit coverage for storm water discharges?

40 CFR 122.26(b)(14) identifies eleven categories of facilities that are considered to be engaged in industrial activity. The regulations specifically identify Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes for regulated industries in each of the eleven categories. The eleven regulated industrial activities that may require permit coverage for storm water discharges are:

1. Facilities subject to storm water effluent limitations, new source performance standards, or subject to 40 CFR Subchapter N Toxic Pollutant
2. Heavy industries (e.g., lumber and wood products, chemical and allied products, ship and boat building and repair)
3. Mining and extraction industries
4. Hazardous waste treatment, storage and disposal facilities, including those that are operating under interim status or under subtitle C of RCRA
5. Landfills
6. Scrap metal and recycling, junkyards
7. Steam electric power generating facilities (excludes offsite transformer stations)
8. Transportation industries (i.e., railroad, postal service, air transportation, petroleum bulk stations and terminals)
9. Treatment works treating domestic sewage
10. Construction activity disturbing 5 acres of land or more Other industries not covered by 1-10 above (i.e. food and kindred products, printing publishing and allied products, drugs, electronic equipment, warehousing)

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