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The scope of such a program Philips 107E5199 Monitor to a large degree on a number of factors. Of prime importance is the size of the sewerage system and the number and type of industries utilizing the system.
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In this section, management approaches are discussed on three levels, for large, medium, and small systems, referring in general to systems with average dry weather flows in excess of mgd, between 10 and mgd, and less than 10 mgd. However, a system with Philips 107E5199 Monitor heavy industrial contribution, but an average flow of under 10 mgd may opt for a more extensive program, whereas a system with an average flow in excess of 10 mgd but only limited industrial contribution may adopt a less comprehensive program. Thus the categorization by size is provided as a general guideline only, and should be con- sidered flexible depending upon the needs of a particular system.
In the case of small and intermediate size systems, the areawide planning agency can provide valuable assistance to a POTW in development of a viable control program.
The degree of industrialization in a community and the type of industrial facilities contributing to the system, are major factors in determining the requirements of an industrial pollutant control program for a given POTW. Historically, municipalities and authorities that Philips 107E5199 Monitor developed effective programs to control industrial pollutants have generally been motivated by several factors.
The most effective industrial pollutant control programs have generally B-l been instituted where the need to protect treatment facil ities, plant operation or receiving waters has been apparent. Also, many POTW's have established industrial programs primarily as a revenue producing Philips 107E5199 Monitor through the use of user charges.
User charges have been applied not only to flow and organic loading, but in many instances user charges have been imposed upon incompatible pollutants as well. The permit generally places limitations on the quality of discharge Philips 107E5199 Monitor by the POTW. As a result, it is important that interferences that might decrease the treatment plant's operating efficiency, or pollutants that might pass through a system be avoided. In addition, the permit may require that an enforceable ordinance be enacted. Consequently, an effective program is essential not only to control pollu- Philips 107E5199 Monitor entering the treatment plant which in turn affect its effluent, but also to develop and enforce an appropriate ordinance for the control of industrial pollutants.
Beyond fulfilling the specific requirements of the NPDES permit, a properly administered industrial pollutant control program also serves several other essential functions. Depend- ing on the degree to which the POTW is cognizant of non- residential contributions to its system, the control program can serve as a basis for obtaining data on industrial contri- butors and in turn identify potential problem areas. The program should offer an ordered mechanism through which information can be transfered on the degree of compliance with ordinance requirements and Federal regulations. Above all, the control program provides the mechanism and enforce- ment tools necessary to assure treatment continuity and the protection of public facilities. Additionally, industrial pollutant control programs may be used to establish procedures for implementing sur- charge or user charge policies.
The EPA Construction Grant Regulations 40 CFR 35 require construction grant applicants for funds authorized under Title II of PL to establish and maintain a proportionate system of user B-2 charges for operation Philips 107E5199 Monitor maintenance Philips 107E5199 Monitor and industrial cost recovery for capital costs.
These requirements can be most effectively implemented through an industrial pollu- tant control program. The inclusion of references to user charges and indus- trial cost Philips 107E5199 Monitor in this document is not intended as a guide for implementation of any specific cost recovery technique. However, in most POTW systems, there is a close tie between control of industrial pollutants and user charge administration.
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This results from the fact that both sub- jects relate to the same contributors to the sewer system. Consequently, reference to user charges is merely a Philips 107E5199 Monitor tion of mutual concern over cost recovery and pollutant con- trol by POTW personnel responsible for the management of industrial pollutant control programs. Philips 107E5199 Monitor Structure The industrial pollutant control program consists of the activities and personnel assigned specific functions and responsibilities in relation to the control of industrial pollutants.
For most larger systems, this involves a well- defined organizational structure with assigned personnel having specialized training and qualifications. For smaller systems, it may involve only a part time assignment for a single individual. However, even small systems should be aware of the functional steps involved in an industrial pollutant control program and provide for these functions on Philips 107E5199 Monitor appropriate scale.
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