California Considers Extensive Additions to Permit Regulating Storm Water Discharges from Industrial Facilities


The California State Water Resources Control Board (“State Board”) is renewing the state’s general permit regulating storm water discharges from industrial facilities (“Industrial Permit”). As with the general permit for storm water discharges from construction sites that was renewed last year, the proposed revisions to the industrial permit are significant.

The industries covered include, but are not limited to, cement manufacturing, mining, feedlots, petroleum refining, hazardous waste treatment, landfills that have accepted industrial wastes, power generation, recycling, and vehicle maintenance.

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