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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Development document for effluent limitations guidelines and standards for the copper forming point source category.|
|CORP Author||Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Effluent Guidelines Div.|
|Publisher||U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Water, Office of Water Regulations and Standards, Effluent Guidelines Division,|
|Report Number||EPA 440/1-82/074-b|
|Subjects||Copper industry and trade--Environmental aspects--United States. ; Water use--Standards--United States. ; Effluent quality--United States.|
|Additional Subjects||Copper industry ; Metal working ; Industrial waste treatment ; Chemical effluents ; Pollution regulations ; Water pollution control ; Water pollution abatement ; Waste water ; Point sources ; Industrial plants ; Water pollution sampling ; Water pollution economics ; Economic impact ; Pretreatment ; Treatment technology ; BAT(Best Available Technology)|
|Collation||xx, 506 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm|
Pursuant to Sections 301, 304, 306, 307, and 501 of the Clean Water Act and the provisions of the Settlement Agreement in Natural Resources Defense Council v. Train, 8 ERC 2120 (D.D.C. 1976) modified, 12 ERC 1833 (D.D.C. 1979), EPA has collected and analyzed data for plants in the Copper Forming Point Source Category. EPA has never proposed or promulgated effluent limitations or standards for the industry. The document and the administrative record provide the technical basis for proposing effluent limitations based on best practicable technology (BPT) and best available technology (BAT) for existing direct dischargers, pretreatment standards for existing indirect dischargers (PSES), pretreatment standards for new indirect dischargers (PSNS), and standards of performance for new source direct dischargers (NSPS). The copper forming category is comprised of 176 plants. Of the 176 plants, 37 discharge directly to rivers, lakes, or streams; 45 discharge to publicly owned treatment works (POTW); and 94 achieve zero discharge of process wastewater.
"Proposed"--Cover. "October 1982." Includes bibliographical references (pages 497-506). "EPA 440/1-82/074-b"--Cover.