Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Transportation Equipment Industrial Commercial Machinery Sector AB - ADEQ Draft Permit

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) has finalized its multisector industrial stormwater discharge general permit, known officially as the AZPDES Multi-Sector General Permit, or MSGP 2010. This permit replaces the existing industrial stormwater permit, which expired in 2005.

Review a summary of the ADEQ Industrial Stormwater Permit

The permit details requirements for 30 different industrial sectors. The requirements described below are proposed for the Transportation Equipment, Industrial and Commercial Machinery Manufacturing Sector (Sector AB). Sector AB facilities are engaged in a wide range of product manufacturing, including:
a. manufacturing engines and turbines,
b. manufacturing farm and garden machinery and equipment,
c. manufacturing construction, mining, and materials handling machinery and equipment,
d. manufacturing metalworking machinery and equipment,
e. manufacturing special industry machinery, except metalworking machinery,
f. manufacturing general industrial machinery and equipment,
g. manufacturing refrigeration and service industry machinery,
h. manufacturing miscellaneous industrial and commercial machinery and equipment,
i. manufacturing motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment,
j. manufacturing aircraft and parts,
k. manufacturing motorcycles, bicycles, and parts,
l. manufacturing guided missiles and space vehicles and parts, and
m. manufacturing miscellaneous transportation equipment.

These requirements are in addition to permit requirements that apply to all sectors.

Stormwater Monitoring Benchmarks:
All facilities are required to conduct visual monitoring. For benchmark monitoring, the benchmark concentrations or values are:


Looking for other sector information? Click here for information on proposed stormwater requirements for specific sector.

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