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::<p>1. The Permittee of a sector K industrial facility not operating as a SWMU with outdoor storage is authorized to use a designed infiltration device for industrial stormwater management and is not required to comply with Part VII.K.8.b.2, below.</p>
 
::<p>1. The Permittee of a sector K industrial facility not operating as a SWMU with outdoor storage is authorized to use a designed infiltration device for industrial stormwater management and is not required to comply with Part VII.K.8.b.2, below.</p>
::<p>2. The Permittee of a sector K industrial facility operating as a SWMU with outdoor storage is authorized to use a designed infiltration device, implemented prior to the effective date of this permit, for stormwater management provided the Permittee complies with the following requirements:</p>
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::<p>2. The Permittee of a sector K industrial facility operating as a SWMU with outdoor storage is authorized to use a designed infiltration device, implemented prior to April 5, 2010, for stormwater management provided the Permittee complies with the following requirements:</p>
 
:::<p>a. The Permittee shall conduct benchmark monitoring in accordance with the terms and conditions of [[PART V. BENCHMARK MONITORING REQUIREMENTS|Part V]] of all industrial stormwater prior to infiltration. However, any Permittee required to comply with this part that is using a designed infiltration device to manage industrial stormwater is not authorized to utilize the benchmark monitoring waiver described in [[PART V. BENCHMARK MONITORING REQUIREMENTS#6. Benchmark Monitoring Waivers|Part V.B.6.a]] of the permit.</p>
 
:::<p>a. The Permittee shall conduct benchmark monitoring in accordance with the terms and conditions of [[PART V. BENCHMARK MONITORING REQUIREMENTS|Part V]] of all industrial stormwater prior to infiltration. However, any Permittee required to comply with this part that is using a designed infiltration device to manage industrial stormwater is not authorized to utilize the benchmark monitoring waiver described in [[PART V. BENCHMARK MONITORING REQUIREMENTS#6. Benchmark Monitoring Waivers|Part V.B.6.a]] of the permit.</p>
:::<p>b. If the Permittee has a designed infiltration device operating prior to the effective date of this permit, the Permittee is authorized to continue using that device. However, on or after the effective date of this permit, the Permittee is not authorized to construct new infiltration devices, expand infiltration activities or practices that result in infiltration, or expand volume of infiltration.</p>
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:::<p>b. If the Permittee has a designed infiltration device operating prior to April 5, 2010, the Permittee is authorized to continue using that device. However, on or after April 5, 2010, the Permittee is not authorized to construct new infiltration devices, expand infiltration activities or practices that result in infiltration, or expand volume of infiltration.</p>
  
 
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K. Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage, or Disposal Facilities

1. Authorized Stormwater Discharges

The requirements in Sector K apply to stormwater discharges associated with industrial activity from hazardous waste treatment, storage, or disposal facilities (TSDFs) as identified by the industrial activity code specified in Table 5 of Appendix D.

2. Industrial Activities Authorized by Sector K

Permittees under Sector K are primarily engaged in treating, storing, or disposing of hazardous wastes, including those that are operating under interim status or a permit under Subtitle C of RCRA.

3. Limitations on Authorization

The following discharges are not authorized by this permit:

a. Hazardous waste landfill wastewaters, sanitary wastewater, contaminated groundwater, wastewater from recovery pumping wells, leachate, gas collection condensate, drained free liquids, contaminated ground water, laboratory-derived wastewater, and contact washwater from washing truck and railcar exteriors and surface areas that have come in direct contact with solid waste at the landfill facility.

b. Contaminated stormwater from hazardous waste landfills is regulated pursuant to 40 CFR pt. 445, subp. A. These numeric limitations (effluent limitation guidelines) apply to contaminated stormwater discharges from hazardous waste landfills subject to the provisions of RCRA Subtitle C at 40 CFR pts. 264 (Subp. N) and 265 (Subp. N).

4. Sector-Specific Definitions

a. Contaminated stormwater -as defined in 40 CFR pt. 445 (Landfills Point Source Category) is stormwater that comes in direct contact with landfill wastes, the waste handling and treatment areas, or landfill wastewater as defined in K.4.e of this Part. Some specific areas of a landfill that may produce contaminated stormwater include, but are not limited to, the open face of an active landfill with exposed waste (no cover added); the areas around wastewater treatment operations; trucks, equipment, or machinery that has been in direct contact with the waste; and waste dumping areas.

b. Drained free liquids -aqueous wastes drained from waste containers (e.g. drums) prior to landfilling.

c. Land treatment facility - a facility or part of a facility at which hazardous waste is applied onto or incorporated into the soil surface; such facilities are considered disposal facilities if the waste will remain after closure.

d. Landfill -an area of land or an excavation in which wastes are placed for permanent disposal, but that is not a land application or land treatment unit, surface impoundment, underground injection well, waste pile, salt dome formation, salt bed formation, underground mine, or cave as these terms are defined in 40 CFR 257.2, 258.2, and 260.10.

e. Landfill wastewater -as defined in 40 CFR pt. 445 (Landfills Point Source Category) all wastewater associated with, or produced by, landfilling activities except for sanitary wastewater, non-contaminated stormwater, contaminated groundwater, and wastewater from recovery pumping wells. Landfill wastewater includes, but is not limited to, leachate, gas collection condensate, drained free liquids, laboratory derived wastewater, contaminated stormwater, and contact washwater from washing truck, equipment, and railcar exteriors and surface areas that have come in direct contact with solid waste at the landfill facility.

f. Leachate -liquid that has passed through or emerged from solid waste and contains soluble, suspended, or miscible materials removed from such waste as defined in 40 CFR 257.

g. Non-contaminated stormwater -as defined in 40 CFR pt. 445 (Landfills Point Source Category) is stormwater that does not come into contact with landfill wastes, the waste handling and treatment areas, or landfill wastewater as defined in K.4.e of this Part. Non-contaminated stormwater includes stormwater that flows off the cap, cover, intermediate cover, daily cover, and/or final cover of the landfill.

h. Pile -any non-containerized accumulation of solid, nonflowing hazardous waste that is used for treatment or storage and that is not a containment building as defined in 40 CFR 260.10 .

i. Surface impoundment -a facility or part of a facility that is a natural topographic depression, human-made excavation, or diked area formed primarily of earthen materials (although it may be lined with man-made materials), that is designed to hold an accumulation of liquid wastes or wastes containing free liquids, and that is not an injection well. Examples of surface impoundments are holding storage, settling, and aeration pits, ponds, and lagoons as defined in 40 CFR pt. 257.

5. Stormwater Controls (No Additional Requirements)

6. SWPPP Requirements (No Additional Requirements)

7. Monitoring and Reporting Requirements

In accordance with the monitoring requirements of Parts V and VI, the Permittee shall monitor the applicable parameters in Table K-1, below:

Sector-Specific Benchmark Values and Effluent Limitations: Sector - K. Discharges may be subject to requirements for more than one sector or subsector.
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Subsector Parameter Benchmark Values Effluent Limits
K1 Industrial Activity Code HZ. Benchmark Parameters Only Applicable To Discharges Not Subject To Effluent Limitations In 40 CFR Part 445 Subpart A Solids, Total Suspended (TSS) 100 mg/L 2 Effluent Monitoring Not Required
Nitrogen, Ammonia, Total (as N) 2.8 mg/L Effluent Monitoring Not Required
COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand) 120 mg/L Effluent Monitoring Not Required
BOD, Carbonaceous 05 Day (20 Deg C) 25 mg/L Effluent Monitoring Not Required
Lead, Total (as Pb) 0.164 mg/L 1 Effluent Monitoring Not Required
Arsenic, Total (as As) 0.680 mg/L Effluent Monitoring Not Required
Cadmium, Total (as Cd) 0.0078 mg/L 1 Effluent Monitoring Not Required
Zinc, Total (as Zn) 0.234 mg/L 1 Effluent Monitoring Not Required
Chromium, Total (as Cr) 3.5 mg/L 1 Effluent Monitoring Not Required
pH 6.0-9.0 SU 4 Effluent Monitoring Not Required
Cyanide, Total (as CN) 0.045 mg/L Effluent Monitoring Not Required
Selenium, Total (as Se) 0.040 mg/L Effluent Monitoring Not Required
Silver, Total (as Ag) 0.0041 mg/L 1 Effluent Monitoring Not Required
K23 Discharges From Hazardous Waste Landfills Subject To Effluent Limitations In 40 CFR Part 445 Subpart A Solids, Total Suspended (TSS) Benchmark Monitoring Not Required 88 mg/L daily maximum
27 mg/L calendar month average
Nitrogen, Ammonia, Total (as N) Benchmark Monitoring Not Required 10 mg/L daily maximum
4.9 mg/L calendar month average
BOD, Carbonaceous 05 Day (20 Deg C) Benchmark Monitoring Not Required 220 mg/L daily maximum
56 mg/L calendar month average
Arsenic, Total (as As) Benchmark Monitoring Not Required 1.1 mg/L daily maximum
0.54 mg/L calendar month average
Phenol Benchmark Monitoring Not Required 0.048 mg/L daily maximum
0.029 mg/L calendar month average
Zinc, Total (as Zn) Benchmark Monitoring Not Required 0.535 mg/L daily maximum
0.296 mg/L calendar month average
Chromium, Total (as Cr) Benchmark Monitoring Not Required 1.1 mg/L daily maximum
0.46 mg/L calendar month average
pH Benchmark Monitoring Not Required 6.0 SU, instantaneous minimum 9.0 SU, instantaneous maximum
Alpha-Terpineol Benchmark Monitoring Not Required 0.042 mg/L daily maximum
0.019 mg/L calendar month average
Aniline Benchmark Monitoring Not Required 0.024 mg/L daily maximum
0.015 mg/L calendar month average
Benzoic Acid Benchmark Monitoring Not Required 0.119 mg/L daily maximum
0.073 mg/L calendar month average
Naphthalene Benchmark Monitoring Not Required 0.059 mg/L daily maximum
0.022 mg/L calendar month average
p-Cresol Benchmark Monitoring Not Required 0.024 mg/L daily maximum
0.015 mg/L calendar month average
Pyridine Benchmark Monitoring Not Required 0.072 mg/L daily maximum
0.025 mg/L calendar month average

1The benchmark values of some metals are influenced by water hardness. For these parameters, the Permittee may determine the hardness of the stormwater discharges to identify the applicable ‘hardness range’ for determining their benchmark value. See Table 4 of Appendix B for hardness dependent benchmark values in accordance with Minn. R. 7050.0222 and Minn. R. 7052.0100.
2If the Permittee is required to comply with Appendix A, part F.1, the benchmark value for Solids, Total Suspended (TSS) is 65 mg/L, instead of 100 mg/L.
3As set forth at 40 CFR Part 445 Subpart A, these numeric limitations apply to contaminated stormwater discharges from hazardous waste landfills subject to the provisions of RCRA Subtitle C at 40 CFR Parts 264 (Subpart N) and 265 (Subpart N) except for any of the following facilities:

a. landfills operated in conjunction with other industrial or commercial operations when the landfill receives only wastes generated by the industrial or commercial operation directly associated with the landfill;
b. landfills operated in conjunction with other industrial or commercial operations when the landfill receives wastes generated by the industrial or commercial operation directly associated with the landfill and also receives other wastes, provided that the other wastes received for disposal are generated by a facility that is subject to the same provisions in 40 CFR Subchapter N as the industrial or commercial operation or that the other wastes received are of similar nature to the wastes generated by the industrial or commercial operation;
c. landfills operated in conjunction with Centralized Waste Treatment (CWT) facilities subject to 40 CFR Part 437, so long as the CWT facility commingles the landfill wastewater with other non-landfill wastewater for discharge. A landfill directly associated with a CWT facility is subject to this part if the CWT facility discharges landfill wastewater separately from other CWT wastewater or commingles the wastewater from its landfill only with wastewater from other landfills; or
d. landfills operated in conjunction with other industrial or commercial operations when the landfill receives wastes from public service activities, so long as the company owning the landfill does not receive a fee or other remuneration for the disposal service.

4For purposes of benchmark pH monitoring, the Permittee is required to report instantaneous results only, and not a calculation of pH averages. pH measurements are logarithmic, and the Agency will be performing a logarithmic average for this parameter using the instantaneous results submitted.


8. Use of Infiltration Devices and/or Industrial Stormwater Ponds for Stormwater Treatment and Disposal

a. Industrial Stormwater Ponds

1. The Permittee of a sector K industrial facility not operating as a Solid Waste Management Unit (SWMU) with outdoor storage is authorized to use industrial stormwater ponds for stormwater management without additional restrictions.

2. The Permittee of a sector K industrial facility operating as a SWMU with outdoor storage is authorized to use industrial stormwater ponds for stormwater management provided that any industrial stormwater pond constructed after April 5, 2010 meets the following design criteria. Any Permittee required to comply with this part is not authorized to utilize the benchmark monitoring waiver described in Part V.A.4.a of the permit.

a. The industrial stormwater pond must be lined with a synthetic liner that is chemically compatible with materials expected to enter the pond, must be Ultra Violet (UV) stable, and must be designed to restrict infiltration to less than 500 gallons per acre per day.

b. The industrial stormwater pond must be designed in accordance with accepted engineering practices. (See Agency “Recommended Pond Design Criteria” December 2009, Document number: wq-wwtp5-53 and any applicable supporting technical criteria)

b. Infiltration Devices

1. The Permittee of a sector K industrial facility not operating as a SWMU with outdoor storage is authorized to use a designed infiltration device for industrial stormwater management and is not required to comply with Part VII.K.8.b.2, below.

2. The Permittee of a sector K industrial facility operating as a SWMU with outdoor storage is authorized to use a designed infiltration device, implemented prior to April 5, 2010, for stormwater management provided the Permittee complies with the following requirements:

a. The Permittee shall conduct benchmark monitoring in accordance with the terms and conditions of Part V of all industrial stormwater prior to infiltration. However, any Permittee required to comply with this part that is using a designed infiltration device to manage industrial stormwater is not authorized to utilize the benchmark monitoring waiver described in Part V.B.6.a of the permit.

b. If the Permittee has a designed infiltration device operating prior to April 5, 2010, the Permittee is authorized to continue using that device. However, on or after April 5, 2010, the Permittee is not authorized to construct new infiltration devices, expand infiltration activities or practices that result in infiltration, or expand volume of infiltration.

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