Significant Industrial Users (SIU) must comply with the following requirements:
- Complete and submit a Wastewater Discharge Permit (Parts A & F) application or Special Application/Wastewater Discharge Permit (Parts A & B), if applicable, to assess pretreatment requirements for the industrial user.
- Install a monitoring maintenance hole for use by City Environmental Compliance Officers.
- Install wastewater monitoring equipment on site. This requirement is specific to each user, but most users install a wastewater flow meter with:
- 24-hour circular recording chart
- pH recording device with 24-hour circular recording chart
- Refrigerated automatic wastewater sampler capable of collecting flow proportional samples
- Install wastewater pretreatment equipment based on specific federal and/or local requirements. Some industrial users install equipment to:
- Remove solids, oil, grease, and heavy metals
- Adjust pH
- Address other general discharge prohibitions
- Perform wastewater self-monitoring as required by the Wastewater Discharge Permit. Typical self-monitoring includes:
- Flow measurement
- pH recording
- Sample collection
- Analysis for pollutants such as BOD, TSS, and heavy metals
- Provide self-monitoring reports to Environmental Compliance division, as required by Wastewater Discharge Permit.
- Allow unannounced site inspections for pretreatment purposes.
- Comply with specific discharge prohibitions as identified in the Stockton Municipal Code, Title 13 Public Services (see External Links below), including applicable categorical limits and local limits.
- Refer to Council Resolution 02-0671 for Procedures for Transfer of Excess Capacity.
- Refer to Stockton Municipal Code, Title 13 Public Services
For more information or questions, please contact the Environmental Compliance Division.
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This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 8/29/2017