California Regional Water Quality Control Board Santa Ana Region Linda S. Adams Acting Secretary for Environmental Protection SENT VIA E-FILE March 9, 2011
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CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME,MT WHITNEY FISH HATCHERY. ORDER NO R6V 2006 0029,NPDES NO CA0102784,WDID NO 6B140800004. CALIFORNIA REGIONAL WATER QUALITY CONTROL BOARD,REGION 6 LAHONTAN REGION. ORDER NO R6V 2006 0029,NPDES NO CA0102784,TABLE OF CONTENTS. I Facility Information 3,II Findings 4,III Discharge Prohibitions 7. IV Effluent Limitations and Discharge Specifications 9. A Effluent Limitations Discharge Points 001 and 002 9. B Land Discharge Specifications Not Applicable 10,C Reclamation Specifications Not Applicable 10. V Receiving Water Limitations 10,A Surface Water Limitations 10. B Groundwater Limitations Not Applicable 13,VI Provisions 13. A Standard Provisions 13, B Monitoring and Reporting Program Requirements 13. C Special Provisions 13,1 Reopener Provisions 13, 2 Special Studies Technical Reports and Additional Monitoring Requirements 14. 3 Best Management Practices and Pollution Prevention 16. 4 Compliance Schedules Not Applicable 17, 5 Construction Operation and Maintenance Specifications 17. 6 Special Provisions for Municipal Facilities POTWs Only Not Applicable 18. 7 Other Special Provisions Not Applicable 18,VII Compliance Determination 18. A Limitation Bases 18,1 Average Monthly Effluent Limitation AMEL 18. 2 Maximum Daily Effluent Limitation MDEL 18,3 Instantaneous Minimum Effluent Limitation 19. 4 Instantaneous Maximum Effluent Limitation 19,B Priority Pollutants 19. Attachment A Definitions Acronyms Abbreviations A 1. Attachment B Topographic Map B 1,Attachment C Flow Schematic C 1. Attachment D Federal Standard Provisions D 1, Attachment E Monitoring and Reporting Program MRP E 1. Attachment F Fact Sheet F 1, Attachment G Basin Plan Water Quality Objective Tables G 1. Attachment H Reasonable Potential Analysis Summary H 1. Attachment I Projected Aquaculture Drug and Chemical Use I 1. Attachment J Drug and Chemical Usage Report Table J 1. Attachment K Self Monitoring Report SMR Forms K 1,Limitations and Discharge Requirements 2. CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME,MT WHITNEY FISH HATCHERY. ORDER NO R6V 2006 0029,NPDES NO CA0102784,WDID NO 6B140800004. I FACILITY INFORMATION, The following Discharger is authorized to discharge in accordance with the conditions set forth in. this Order,Discharger California Department of Fish and Game. Name of Facility Mount Whitney Fish Hatchery,1 Golden Trout Circle. Facility Address Independence CA 93526,Inyo County. Facility Contact Title and, Marvin D Waters Fish Hatchery Manager I 760 878 2272. Mailing Address SAME, Type of Facility Concentrated Aquatic Animal Production Fish Hatchery. Facility Design Flow Not Applicable,Limitations and Discharge Requirements 3. CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME,MT WHITNEY FISH HATCHERY. ORDER NO R6V 2006 0029,NPDES NO CA0102784,WDID NO 6B140800004. II FINDINGS, The California Regional Water Quality Control Board Lahontan Region hereinafter Regional. Water Board finds, A Background The California Department of Fish and Game hereinafter Discharger are. currently discharging under Order No 6 99 57 and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination. System NPDES Permit No CA0102784 The Discharger submitted a Report of Waste. Discharge dated November 1 2004 and applied for a NPDES permit renewal to discharge up to. 4 6 million gallons per day of treated wastewater from Mt Whitney Fish Hatchery hereinafter. Facility The application was deemed complete on December 1 2004. B Facility Description The Discharger owns and operates a fish hatchery The treatment system. consists of supply water treatment facilities and flow through effluent settling ponds Wastewater. is discharged from Discharge Point 001 and influent overflow is discharged from Point 002 see. table on cover page to Oak Creek a water of the United States within the Owens watershed. Attachment B provides a topographic map of the area around the facility Attachment C. provides a wastewater flow schematic and diagram of the facility. C Legal Authorities This Order is issued pursuant to section 402 of the Federal Clean Water Act. CWA 33 United States Code USC 1342 and implementing regulations adopted by the U S. Environmental Protection Agency USEPA and Chapter 5 5 Division 7 of the California Water. Code CWC Special NPDES Requirements for concentrated aquatic animal production. facilities are regulated by Code of Federal Regulations CFR at 40 CFR 122 24 This order. shall serve as a NPDES permit for point source discharges from this facility to surface waters. This Order also serves as Waste Discharge Requirements WDRs pursuant to Article 4 Chapter. 4 of the CWC for discharges that are not subject to regulation under CWA section 402. D Background and Rationale for Requirements The Regional Water Board developed the. requirements in this Order based on information submitted as part of the application through. monitoring and reporting programs and through special studies Attachments A through H. which contain background information and rationale for Order requirements are hereby. incorporated into this Order and thus constitute part of the Findings for this Order. E California Environmental Quality Act CEQA This action to adopt an NPDES permit is. exempt from the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act Public Resources Code. Section 21100 et seq in accordance with Section 13389 of the CWC. F Technology based Effluent Limitations The Code of Federal Regulations CFR at 40 CFR. 122 44 a requires that permits include applicable technology based limitations and standards. This Order includes technology based effluent limitations based on Best Professional Judgment. BPJ in accordance with 40 CFR 125 3 A detailed discussion of the technology based effluent. limitations development is included in the Fact Sheet Attachment F. G Water Quality based Effluent Limitations Section 122 44 d of 40 CFR requires that permits. include water quality based effluent limitations WQBELs to attain and maintain applicable. numeric and narrative water quality criteria to protect the beneficial uses of the receiving water. Limitations and Discharge Requirements 4,CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME. MT WHITNEY FISH HATCHERY,ORDER NO R6V 2006 0029,NPDES NO CA0102784. WDID NO 6B140800004, Where numeric water quality objectives have not been established 40 CFR 122 44 d specifies. that WQBELs may be established using USEPA criteria guidance under CWA section 304 a. proposed State criteria or a State policy interpreting narrative criteria supplemented with other. relevant information or an indicator parameter, H Water Quality Control Plans The Regional Water Board adopted a Water Quality Control. Plan for the Lahontan Region hereinafter Basin Plan that designates beneficial uses establishes. water quality objectives and contains implementation programs and policies to achieve those. objectives for all waters addressed through the plan In addition State Water Resources Control. Board State Water Board Resolution No 88 63 requires that with certain exceptions the. Regional Water Board assign the municipal and domestic supply use to water bodies that do not. have beneficial uses listed in the Basin Plan Beneficial uses applicable to Oak Creek and the. Owens Valley Ground Water Basin are as follows,Discharge Receiving Water. Beneficial Use s,Points Name,001 and 002 Oak Creek Existing. Municipal and domestic water supply MUN agricultural supply AGR. industrial service supply IND ground water recharge GWR contact REC. 1 and non contact REC 2 water recreation commercial and sport fishing. COMM aquaculture AQUA warm freshwater habitat WARM cold. freshwater habitat COLD wildlife habitat WILD preservation of rare. threatened or endangered species RARE and spawning reproduction and. development SPWN,Owens Valley Existing, Ground Water Municipal and domestic water supply MUN agricultural supply AGR. Basin industrial service supply IND freshwater replenishment FRSH and wildlife. habitat WILD, The State Water Board adopted a Water Quality Control Plan for Control of Temperature in the. Coastal and Interstate Water and Enclosed Bays and Estuaries of California Thermal Plan on. May 18 1972 and amended this plan on September 18 1975 This plan contains temperature. objectives for inland surface waters, Requirements of this Order specifically implement the applicable Water Quality Control Plans. I National Toxics Rule NTR and California Toxics Rule CTR USEPA adopted the NTR on. December 22 1992 which was amended on May 4 1995 and November 9 1999 and the CTR. on May 18 2000 which was amended on February 13 2001 These rules include water quality. criteria for priority pollutants and are applicable to this discharge. J State Implementation Policy On March 2 2000 State Water Board adopted the Policy for. Implementation of Toxics Standards for Inland Surface Waters Enclosed Bays and Estuaries of. California State Implementation Policy or SIP The SIP became effective on April 28 2000. with respect to the priority pollutant criteria promulgated for California by the USEPA through. the NTR and to the priority pollutant objectives established by the Regional Water Boards in. their basin plans with the exception of the provision on alternate test procedures for individual. discharges that have been approved by USEPA Regional Administrator The alternate test. Limitations and Discharge Requirements 5,CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME. MT WHITNEY FISH HATCHERY,ORDER NO R6V 2006 0029,NPDES NO CA0102784. WDID NO 6B140800004, procedures provision was effective on May 22 2000 The SIP became effective on May 18. 2000 The SIP includes procedures for determining the need for and calculating WQBELs and. requires dischargers to submit data sufficient to do so. K Compliance Schedules and Interim Requirements Section 2 1 of the SIP provides that based. on a discharger s request and demonstration that it is infeasible for an existing discharger to. achieve immediate compliance with an effluent limitation derived from a CTR criterion. compliance schedules may be allowed in an NPDES permit Unless an exception has been. granted under Section 5 3 of the SIP a compliance schedule may not exceed 5 years from the. date that the permit is issued or reissued nor may it extend beyond 10 years from the effective. date of the SIP or May 18 2010 to establish and comply with CTR criterion based effluent. limitations Where a compliance schedule for a final effluent limitation exceeds 1 year the Order. must include interim numeric limitations for that constituent or parameter Where allowed by the. Basin Plan compliance schedules and interim effluent limitations or discharge specifications. may also be granted to allow time to implement a new or revised water quality objective This. Order does not include compliance schedules and interim effluent limitations. L Antidegradation Policy Section 131 12 of 40 CFR requires that State water quality standards. include an antidegradation policy consistent with the federal policy The State Water Board. established California s antidegradation policy in State Water Board Resolution 68 16 which. incorporates the requirements of the federal antidegradation policy Resolution 68 16 requires. that existing quality of waters be maintained unless degradation is justified based on specific. findings As discussed in detail in the Fact Sheet Attachment F the permitted discharge is. consistent with the antidegradation provision of 40 CFR 131 12 and State Water Board. Resolution 68 16, M Anti Backsliding Requirements Sections 402 o 2 and 303 d 4 of the CWA and federal. regulations at 40 CFR 122 44 l prohibit backsliding in NPDES permits These anti. backsliding provisions require effluent limitations in a reissued permit to be as stringent as those. in the previous permit with some exceptions where limitations may be relaxed All effluent. limitations in this Order are at least as stringent as the effluent limitations in the previous Order. N Monitoring and Reporting Section 122 48 of 40 CFR requires that all NPDES permits specify. requirements for recording and reporting monitoring results Sections 13267 and 13383 of the. CWC authorize the Regional Water Boards to require technical and monitoring reports The. Monitoring and Reporting Program establishes monitoring and reporting requirements to. implement federal and State requirements This Monitoring and Reporting Program is provided. in Attachment E, O Standard and Special Provisions Standard Provisions which in accordance with 40 CFR. 122 41and 122 42 apply to all NPDES discharges and must be included in every NPDES. permit are provided in Attachment D The Regional Water Board has also included in this Order. special provisions applicable to the Discharger A rationale for the special provisions contained. in this Order is provided in the attached Fact Sheet Attachment F. P Notification of Interested Parties The Regional Water Board has notified the Discharger and. interested agencies and persons of its intent to prescribe Waste Discharge Requirements for the. Limitations and Discharge Requirements 6,CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME. MT WHITNEY FISH HATCHERY,ORDER NO R6V 2006 0029,NPDES NO CA0102784. WDID NO 6B140800004, discharge and has provided them with an opportunity to submit their written comments and. recommendations Details of notification are provided in the Fact Sheet Attachment F of this. Q Consideration of Public Comment The Regional Water Board in a public meeting heard and. considered all comments pertaining to the discharge Details of the Public Hearing are provided. in the Fact Sheet Attachment F of this Order,III DISCHARGE PROHIBITIONS. A Discharge Prohibitions Discharge Points 001 and 002. 1 The discharge of wastea which causes violation of any narrative water quality objective. contained in the Basin Plan is prohibited, 2 The discharge of waste which causes violation of any numeric water quality objective. contained in the Basin Plan is prohibited, 3 Where any numeric or narrative water quality objective contained in the Basin Plan is already. being violated the discharge of waste which causes further degradation or pollution is. prohibited, 4 The discharge of untreated sewage garbage or other solid wastes or industrial wastes into. surface waters of the Region is prohibited, 5 The discharge of hatchery wastewater except to the authorized discharge point Discharge. Point 001 is prohibited, 6 There shall be no discharge bypass or diversion of hatchery wastewater from the transport. or treatment facilities to surface waters other than that authorized by this Order. 7 The discharge shall not cause a pollution as defined in Section 13050 of the California Water. Code or a threatened pollution, 8 Neither the treatment nor the discharge shall cause a nuisance as defined in Section 13050 of. the California Water Code, 9 The discharge shall not cause a violation of any applicable water quality standards for. receiving water adopted by the Regional Water Board or the State Water Resources Control. Board SWRCB, a The discharge of any therapeutic or pharmaceutical aquaculture drug or chemical. resulting in toxicity in receiving waters is prohibited. Waste is defined to include any waste or deleterious material including but not limited to waste earthen materials such. as soil silt sand clay rock or other organic or mineral material and any other waste as defined in the California Water. Code 13050 d,Limitations and Discharge Requirements 7. CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME,MT WHITNEY FISH HATCHERY. ORDER NO R6V 2006 0029,NPDES NO CA0102784,WDID NO 6B140800004. b The discharge of any pesticides resulting in detectable concentrations in receiving waters. is prohibited, 10 The use of any aquaculture drug or chemical not authorized for discharge in Section VI C 2 a. of this Order which may be potentially discharged to waters of the United States or of the. State is prohibited Modifications to the authorized discharge of aquaculture drugs and. chemicals at the Facility may be allowed by the Regional Water Board as specified in. Section VI C 2 a of this Order,B Discharge Prohibitions Discharge Point 002. 1 The addition of any chemicals or aquaculture drugs to wastewaters discharged through. Discharge Point 002 is prohibited Modifications to the authorized discharge of aquaculture. drugs and chemicals at the Facility may be allowed by the Regional Water Board as specified. in Section VI C 2 a of this Order, 2 Discharges to Point 002 other than intake overflow are prohibited. 3 Wastewater or any other water from animal holding enclosures shall not be discharged to. 4 Deviations from schematic in Attachment C are not permitted. Limitations and Discharge Requirements 8,Limitations and Discharge Requirements. WDID NO 6B140800004,NPDES NO CA0102784,ORDER NO R6V 2006 0029. MT WHITNEY FISH HATCHERY,CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME. IV EFFLUENT LIMITATIONS AND DISCHARGE SPECIFICATIONS. A Effluent Limitations Discharge Points 001 and 002. 1 Final Effluent Limitations Discharge Point 001, a The discharge of fish hatchery wastewater shall maintain compliance with the following effluent limitations at. Discharge Point 001 with compliance measured at Monitoring Location M 001 as described in the attached. Monitoring and Reporting Program Attachment E,Effluent Limitations. Parameter Units Instantaneous Instantaneous,Average Monthly Maximum Daily. Minimum Maximum,Conventional Pollutants,pH standard units 6 0 9 0. Total Suspended Solids TSS a mg L 6 0 15 0,Priority Pollutants. Copper total recoverable g L 1 96 3 93,Non Conventional Pollutants. Formaldehyde mg L 0 65 1 3,Hydrogen Peroxide mg L 1 3. Settleable Solids ml L 0 1,mgd million gallons per day. mg L milligrams per liter,g L micrograms per liter. ml L milliliters per liter,Limit is 6 0 mg L net over levels in influent. CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME,MT WHITNEY FISH HATCHERY. ORDER NO R6V 2006 0029,NPDES NO CA0102784,WDID NO 6B140800004. 2 Final Effluent Limitations Discharge Point 002 Not Applicable. 3 Interim Effluent Limitations Not Applicable,B Land Discharge Specifications Not Applicable. C Reclamation Specifications Not Applicable,V RECEIVING WATER LIMITATIONS. A Surface Water Limitations, 1 This discharge shall not cause a violation of any applicable WQOs as set forth in the Basin. Plan for receiving waters adopted by the Regional Board or the State Water Resources. Control Board as required by the Federal Water Pollution Control Act and regulations. adopted thereunder If more stringent applicable water quality standards are promulgated or. approved pursuant to Section 303 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act or amendments. thereto the Regional Board will revise and modify this Order in accordance with such more. stringent standards, 2 The following receiving water limitations are based on water quality objectives contained in. the Basin Plan which apply to all surface waters including wetlands within the Lahontan. Region and are a required part of this Order The discharge of fish hatchery wastewater shall. not cause an exceedance of any of the following, a Ammonia Ammonia concentrations shall not exceed the values listed for the. corresponding conditions in Tables 3 1 and 3 3 contained in Attachment G of this Order. For temperature and pH values not explicitly in these tables the most conservative value. neighboring the actual value may be used or criteria can be calculated from numerical. formulas available on page 3 4 of the Basin Plan, b Bacteria Coliform Waters shall not contain concentrations of coliform organisms. attributable to anthropogenic sources including human and livestock wastes The fecal. coliform concentration during any 30 day period shall not exceed a log mean of 20 100. ml nor shall more than 10 percent of all samples collected during any 30 day period. exceed 40 100 ml, c Biostimulatory Substances Waters shall not contain biostimulatory substances in. concentrations that promote aquatic growths to the extent that such growths cause. nuisance or adversely affect the water for beneficial uses. d Chemical Constituents Waters shall not contain concentrations of chemical constituents. in excess of the maximum contaminant level MCL or secondary maximum contaminant. level SMCL based upon drinking water standards specified in the provisions of Title 22. of the California Code of Regulations Waters shall not contain concentrations of. Limitations and Discharge Requirements 10,CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME. MT WHITNEY FISH HATCHERY,ORDER NO R6V 2006 0029,NPDES NO CA0102784. WDID NO 6B140800004, chemical constituents in amounts that adversely affect the water for beneficial uses i e. agricultural purposes, e Chlorine Total Residual For the protection of aquatic life total chlorine residual shall. not exceed either a median value of 0 002 mg L or a maximum value of 0 003 mg L. Median values shall be based on daily measurements taken within any six month period. f Color Waters shall be free of coloration that causes nuisance or adversely affects the. water for beneficial uses, g Dissolved Oxygen The dissolved oxygen concentration as percent saturation shall not. be depressed by more than 10 percent nor shall the minimum dissolved oxygen. concentration be less than 80 percent of saturation The minimum dissolved oxygen. concentration shall not be less than that specified for COLD with SPWN beneficial use. class in Table 3 6 in Attachment G of this Order, h Floating Materials Waters shall not contain floating material including solids liquids. foams and scum in concentrations that cause nuisance or adversely affect the water for. beneficial uses The concentrations of floating material shall not be altered to the extent. that such alterations are discernable at the 10 percent significance level. i Nondegradation of Aquatic Communities and Populations All wetlands shall be free. from substances attributable to wastewater or other discharges that produce adverse. physiological responses in humans animals or plants or which lead to the presence of. undesirable or nuisance aquatic life All wetlands shall be free from activities that would. substantially impair the biological community as it naturally occurs due to physical. chemical and hydrological processes, j Oil and Grease Waters shall not contain oils greases waxes or other materials in. concentrations that result in a visible film or coating on the surface of the water or on. objects in the water that cause nuisance or that otherwise adversely affect the water for. beneficial uses The concentration of oils greases or other film or coat generating. substances shall not be altered, k Pesticides For the purposes of this Order pesticides are defined to include insecticides. herbicides rodenticides fungicides piscicides and all other economic poisons An. economic poison is any substance intended to prevent repel destroy or mitigate the. damage from insects rodents predatory animals bacteria fungi or weeds capable of. infesting or harming vegetation humans or animals CA Agriculture Code 12753. Pesticide concentrations individually or collectively shall not exceed the lowest. detectable levels using the most recent detection procedures available There shall not. be an increase in pesticide concentrations found in bottom sediments There shall be no. detectable increase in bioaccumulation of pesticides in aquatic life. l pH Changes in normal ambient pH levels shall not exceed 0 5 pH units nor shall the. effluent contribute to the ambient pH exceeding the range between 6 5 and 8 5. whichever is more restrictive,Limitations and Discharge Requirements 11. CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME,MT WHITNEY FISH HATCHERY. ORDER NO R6V 2006 0029,NPDES NO CA0102784,WDID NO 6B140800004. m Radioactivity Radionuclides shall not be present in concentrations which are deleterious. to human plant animal or aquatic life nor which result in the accumulation of. radionuclides in the food web to an extent which presents a hazard to human plant. animal or aquatic life Waters shall not contain concentrations of radionuclides in excess. of the limits specified in Title 22 of the California Code of Regulations. n Sediment The suspended sediment load and suspended sediment discharge rate of. surface waters shall not be altered in such a manner as to cause nuisance or adversely. affect the water for beneficial uses, o Settleable Materials Waters shall not contain substances in concentrations that result in. deposition of material that causes nuisance or that adversely affects the water for. beneficial uses The concentration of settleable materials shall not be raised by more that. 0 1 milliliter per liter, p Suspended Materials Waters shall not contain suspended materials in concentrations that. cause nuisance or that adversely affects the water for beneficial uses. q Taste and Odor Waters shall not contain taste or odor producing substances in. concentrations that impart undesirable tastes or odors to fish or other edible products of. aquatic origin that cause nuisance or that adversely affect the water for beneficial uses. The taste and odor of waters shall not be altered, r Temperature The natural receiving water temperature shall not be altered. s Toxicity Waters shall be maintained free of toxic substances in concentrations that are. toxic to or that produce detrimental physiological responses in human plant animal or. aquatic life The survival of aquatic life in surface waters subjected to a waste discharge. or other controllable water quality factors shall not be less than that for the same water. body in areas unaffected by the waste discharge or when necessary for other control. water that is consistent with the requirements for experimental water as defined in. Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater American Public. Health Association et al 1992, t Turbidity Waters shall be free of changes in turbidity that cause nuisance or adversely. affect the water for beneficial uses Increases in turbidity shall not exceed natural levels. by more than 10 percent, 3 To protect the beneficial use of municipal and domestic supply MUN of the receiving. water the discharge of fish hatchery wastewater shall not cause an exceedance of the. following with compliance measured at Monitoring Location R 001D as described in the. attached Monitoring and Reporting Program Attachment E. a The formaldehyde concentration in the receiving water shall not exceed 0 1 mg L. Limitations and Discharge Requirements 12,CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME. MT WHITNEY FISH HATCHERY,ORDER NO R6V 2006 0029,NPDES NO CA0102784. WDID NO 6B140800004,B Groundwater Limitations Not Applicable. VI PROVISIONS,A Standard Provisions, 1 Federal Standard Provisions The Discharger shall comply with all Standard Provisions. included in Attachment D of this Order,2 Regional Water Board Standard Provisions. The California Water Code provides that any person who violates a waste discharge. requirement same as permit condition or a provision of the California Water Code is. subject to civil penalties of up to 1 000 per day or 10 000 per day of violation or when the. violation involves the discharge of pollutants is subject to civil penalties of up to 10 per. gallon per day or 20 per gallon per day of violation or some combination thereof. depending on the violation or upon the combination of violations. Violations of any of the provisions of the NPDES program or of any of the provisions of this. permit may subject the violator to any of the penalties described herein or any combination. thereof at the discretion of the prosecuting authority except that only one kind of penalty. may be applied for each kind of violation,B Monitoring and Reporting Program Requirements. The discharger shall comply with the Monitoring and Reporting Program and future revisions. thereto in Attachment E of this Order,C Special Provisions. 1 Reopener Provisions, a If more stringent applicable water quality standards are promulgated or approved. pursuant to Section 303 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act or amendments. thereto the Regional Water Board will revise and modify this Order in accordance with. such more stringent standards, b If toxicity testing or information specified below in Section VI C 2 of this Order or the. drug and chemical use reporting required in the Monitoring and Reporting Program. Attachment E indicates that any drug or chemical is or may be discharged at a level. that will cause have the reasonable potential to cause or contribute to an in stream. excursion above any chemical specific water quality criteria or objective narrative water. quality objective for chemical constituents from the Basin Plan or narrative water quality. objective for toxicity from the Basin Plan this Order may be reopened to establish. effluent limitations,Limitations and Discharge Requirements 13. CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME,MT WHITNEY FISH HATCHERY. ORDER NO R6V 2006 0029,NPDES NO CA0102784,WDID NO 6B140800004. c Toxicity testing requirements as specified in Section VI C 2 of this Order are based on. exposure times of 48 or 96 hours If the Discharger provides sufficient justification that. shorter exposure times are a closer approximation of actual exposure times then this. Order may be reopened to account for shorter exposure times. d If effluent monitoring data from Discharge Point 002 indicates that the discharge will. cause have the reasonable potential to cause or contribute to an in stream excursion. above the water quality criteria or objective this Order may be reopened to establish. effluent limitations, 2 Special Studies Technical Reports and Additional Monitoring Requirements. a New Aquaculture Drug or Chemical Use, Attachment I of this Order lists all aquaculture drugs and chemicals that may potentially. be used at the Facility as well as expected application methods and dosages This Order. authorizes the discharge through Discharge Point 001 of the following aquaculture drugs. and chemicals to Oak Creek in accordance with the effluent limitations and other. conditions herein,Acetic acid,Amoxicillin trihydrate. Carbon dioxide,Chloramine Ta,Copper sulfate pentahydrate. Erythromycin,Florfenicol Nuflor,Formalin 37 formaldehyde solution. Hydrogen peroxide,Isoeugenol Aqui S, MS 222 tricaine methanesulfonate Finquel Tricaine S. Oxytetracycline HCl Terramycin,Penicillin G potassium. Potassium permanganate CairoxTM,PVP Iodine,Sodium bicarbonate. Sodium chloride salt,Sulfadimethoxine ormetoprim Romet 30. The Discharger shall submit to the Regional Water Board in writing the following. information prior to the use of any new aquaculture drug or chemical not listed above that. may enter the wastewater discharge, 1 The common name s and active ingredient s of the drug or chemical proposed for. use and discharge, This Order prohibits Chloramine T treatments in more than 2 raceways per day. Limitations and Discharge Requirements 14,CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME. MT WHITNEY FISH HATCHERY,ORDER NO R6V 2006 0029,NPDES NO CA0102784. WDID NO 6B140800004, 2 The purpose for the proposed use of the drug or chemical i e list the specific disease. for treatment and specific species for treatment, 3 The amount proposed for use or disposal and the resulting calculated estimate of. concentration in the discharge Calculations used to derive estimated concentrations. must also be submitted, 4 The location duration and frequency of the proposed use or disposal. 5 Material Safety Data Sheets and available toxicity information. 6 Any related Investigational New Animal Drug INAD New Animal Drug. Application NADA information extra label use requirements and or veterinarian. prescriptions, Prior to discharging a new aquaculture drug or chemical the Discharger also shall. conduct and or submit the results of acute toxicity testing on any new chemical or drug in. accordance with EPA 821 R 02 012 Methods for Measuring the Acute Toxicity of. Effluents and Receiving Waters to Freshwater and Marine Organisms Fifth Edition. October 2002 using C dubia to determine the NOAEL and LOAEL Where exposure. of aquatic life to the aquaculture drug or chemical may be long term or continuous the. Discharger also shall conduct and or submit the results of chronic toxicity testing in. accordance with EPA 21 R 02 013 Short Term Methods for Estimating the Chronic. Toxicity of Effluents and Receiving Waters to Freshwater Organisms Fourth Edition. October 2002 using C dubia to determine the NOEC or IC25. b Aquaculture Drug and Chemical Toxicity Studies, Within 12 months of adoption of this Order for the aquaculture drugs and chemicals. listed below the Discharger shall either 1 submit to the Regional Water Board. sufficient NOAEL LOAEL NOEC and IC25 values from existing toxicity studies. suitable to determine reasonable potential or 2 conduct and submit the results of short. term toxicity studies in accordance with methods specified in EPA 821 R 02 012. Methods for Measuring the Acute Toxicity of Effluents and Receiving Waters to. Freshwater and Marine Organisms Fifth Edition October 2002 using C dubia to. determine the NOAEL and LOAEL at reflective concentrations and potential exposure. times that are applicable to this facility Where exposure of aquatic life to the aquaculture. drug or chemical may be long term or continuous the Discharger also shall conduct. and or submit the results of chronic toxicity testing in accordance with EPA 21 R 02. 013 Short Term Methods for Estimating the Chronic Toxicity of Effluents and Receiving. Waters to Freshwater Organisms Fourth Edition October 2002 using C dubia to. determine the NOEC or IC25,Chloramine T,Hydrogen peroxide. Isoeugenol Aqui S, MS 222 tricaine methanesulfonate Finquel Tricaine S. Oxytetracycline HCl Terramycin,Penicillin G potassium. Potassium permanganate CairoxTM,PVP Iodine,Limitations and Discharge Requirements 15.
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