These regulations are adopted by the Secretary of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control under and pursuant to the authorities set forth in 7 Del. The purpose of these regulations is to effectuate the policy and purposes of 7 Del. These regulations are but a single phase in a program which serves to effectively and reasonably manage the water resources of the State in order to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the State of Delaware, to provide for full utilization, conservation and protection of the water resources of the State and to provide for the conservation and protection of wildlife and aquatic life.
These regulations are adopted by the Secretary of the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control under and pursuant to the authorities set forth in 7 Del.
The purpose of these regulations is to effectuate the policy and purposes of 7 Del. These regulations are but a single phase in a program which serves to effectively and reasonably manage the water resources of the State in order to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens of the State of Delaware, to provide for full utilization, conservation and protection of the water resources of the State and to provide for the conservation and protection of wildlife and aquatic life.
Regulations adopted June 30, and revised with an effective date of September 15,to effectuate the Department's General Permit Program for storm water discharges associated with industrial activities remain in their entirety and are to be incorporated and redesignated herein as Section 9, Subsection 1 - Regulations Governing Storm Water Discharges Associated with Industrial Activities.
All federal and state laws, statutes and regulations, governmental guidance and documents and private publications, standards, rates and documents, as stated and used in these regulations, are incorporated by reference, either as they existed as of the date, edition or version expressly indicated, or if no date, edition or version is expressly indicated, that as of August 29, Animals have been, are, or will be stabled or confined or kept and fed or maintained for a total of 45 days or more in any month period; and 2.
Crops, vegetation, forage growth, or post-harvest residues are not sustained over any portion of the lot or facility. Two or more animal feeding operations under common ownership are a single animal feeding operation if they adjoin each other, or if they use a common area or system for the disposal of wastes.
Agricultural wastes may include animal manure, crop residues, dead animals and any agricultural chemicals, fertilizers and pesticides which may find their way into surface and subsurface water. Where less than daily sampling is required, the daily average discharge shall be determined by the summation of all the measured daily discharges by weight divided by the number of days during the calendar month when the measurements were made.
BMP's include but are not limited to: BMPs can be applied before, during and after pollution generating activities to reduce or eliminate the introduction of pollutants into receiving waters. In collecting a composite sample of a discharge other than a discharge of storm water or storm runoff a non-storm water dischargeeither: For a continuous non-storm water discharge, a minimum of 24 individual grab samples shall be collected and combined to constitute a 24 hour composite sample.
For intermittent non-storm water discharges 4 hours or more in duration, the number of individual grab samples collected and combined to constitute a composite sample shall at a minimum be equal to the duration of the discharge in hours but not less than For intermittent non-storm water discharges of less than 4 hours, the minimum number of individual grab samples collected and combined to constitute a composite sample shall be equal to the duration of the discharge in hours times 3 but not less than 3 samples.
For pollutants with limitations expressed in units of mass, the daily discharge is calculated as the total mass of a pollutant discharged over a calendar day or the equivalent hour period.
For pollutants with limitations expressed in other units of measurement, the daily discharge is calculated as the average measurement of the pollutant over a calendar day or the equivalent hour period. This definition includes additions of pollutants into State waters from: The denial of a request to modify, to revoke and reissue or to terminate a permit is not a "draft permit", however.
Effluent limitations include, but are not limited to, standards of performance for new sources, best management practices or BMPs, effluent standards, discharge prohibitions, "zero discharge" standards and ocean discharge criteria. The term, "liquid waste", does not mean storm runoff or storm water.
Loading may be either man-caused pollutant loading or natural natural background loading. Load allocations are best estimates of the loading, which may range from reasonably accurate estimates to gross allotments, depending upon the availability of data and appropriate techniques for predicting the loading.
Wherever possible, natural and nonpoint source loads should be distinguished. When there is insufficient interlaboratory study data, the "MAL" may be determined through the use of a multiplier of 5 to 10 times the method detection level or "MDL". For specific applications considered by the Department, normal corrosion rates shall be as published by the National Association of Corrosion Engineers Reference: Corrosion Data Survey - Metals Section, National Association of Corrosion Engineers,as updated through August 29,or, for applications not specifically addressed in the above reference, such other reliable data.
For the purposes of this regulation, "owner" shall also mean any responsible corporate officer so designated in the permit application. This term does not include return flows from irrigated agriculture or agricultural storm water runoff.Director’s Note: The science and research done on the true impacts of animal agriculture is always growing.
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