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					                                                  March 23, 2012




California Regional Water Quality Control Board
Central Valley Region
11020 Sun Center Drive #200
Rancho Cordova, CA 95670-6114

Attention: Ms. Wendy Wyels, Senior Engineer


 SUBJECT:     PRETREATMENT PROGRAM 2011 ANNUAL
 REPORT


In accordance with Sacramento Regional County Sanitation
District NPDES Permit No. CA0077682, the subject report is
submitted.

If you have any questions concerning this report, please contact
Charlie Duty, Environmental Program Manager, at (916) 876-
6984.

Sincerely,




Glen Del Sarto
Environmental Program Manager

cc:
       Keith Silva, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
       Phil Isorena, State Water Resources Control Board
                            PRETREATMENT ANNUAL REPORT
                                 PCS Data Entry Form




                                                                                         PPS1

POTW Name: SACRAMENTO, COUNTY OF

NPDES Permit #:       CA0077682

Period Covered By This Report:                Start Date:   1/01/2011 (PSSD)

                                              End Date:     12/31/2011 (PSED)




Number of Significant Industrial Users in SNC With
Pretreatment Compliance Schedule:                                 3             (SSNC)

Number of Notices of Violation and Administrative
Orders Issued Against Significant Industrial Users:               12            (FENF)

Number of Civil & Criminal Judicial Actions Against
Significant Industrial Users:                                     0             (JUDI)

Number of Significant Industrial Users with
Significant Violations Published:                                 3             (SVPU)

Number of Industrial Users From Which Penalties
Have Been Collected:                                              0*            (IUPN)




* Does not include users charged “noncompliance” fees for administrative costs.
Pretreatment
  Program
2011 Annual
   Report
  March 2012
                                                            TABLE OF CONTENTS



NARRATIVE SUMMARY ......................................................................................................................1

SECTION 1. ANALYTICAL RESULTS FROM PLANT INFLUENT AND EFFLUENT .......................................1-1
       1.1 Description of the Influent and Effluent Monitoring Programs .............................................. 1-1
       1.2 Influent and Effluent Results For Metals and "Others" ........................................................... 1-1
       1.3 Influent and Effluent Results For Organics .............................................................................. 1-3
SECTION 2. UPSET, INTERFERENCE, AND PASS THROUGH INCIDENTS ...............................................2-1

SECTION 3. BASELINE MONITORING REPORTS .................................................................................3-1

SECTION 4. SIGNIFICANT INDUSTRIAL USER PROGRAM ...................................................................4-1
      4.1     Categorical User Listing ............................................................................................................ 4-3
      4.2     Non Categorical Significant Industrial User Listing ................................................................ 4-11
SECTION 5. CLASS II (NON-SIGNIFICANT) USER PROGRAMS .............................................................5-1
      5.1     Class II Non-Significant Users ................................................................................................... 5-2
      5.2     Groundwater Remediation Dischargers ................................................................................... 5-6
      5.3     Temporary Dischargers ............................................................................................................ 5-9
      5.4     Liquid Waste Haulers ............................................................................................................... 5-9
      5.5     Dry Cleaners. .......................................................................................................................... 5-12
      5.6     Surface Cleaners. .................................................................................................................... 5-16
SECTION 6. INCIDENT RESPONSE ACTIVITIES ...................................................................................6-1

SECTION 7. PROGRAM CHANGES, DEVELOPMENTS, AND UPDATES..................................................7-1

SECTION 8. ANNUAL PRETREATMENT PROGRAM BUDGET............................................................... 8-1

SECTION 9. SOURCE REDUCTION PROGRAM ACTIVITIES .................................................................. 9-1




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                                                                      TABLE OF TABLES

Table 1.1 Metals ...................................................................................................................................... 1-2
Table 1.2 “Other” constituents ................................................................................................................ 1-3
Table 1.3 Detected organics, both influent and effluent ........................................................................ 1-4
Table 1.4 Detected organics, both influent and effluent, number of times detected ............................ 1-7
Table 1.5 Detected organics, influent only. ............................................................................................ 1-8
Table 1.6 Detected organics, influent only, number of times detected ................................................. 1-8
Table 1.7 Detected organics, effluent only ............................................................................................. 1-9
Table 1.8 Detected organics, effluent only, number of times detected ................................................. 1-9
Table 4.1 Listing of categorical users. ..................................................................................................... 4-4
Table 4.2 Changes in listing of categorical users ..................................................................................... 4-5
Table 4.3 Listing of categorical users subject to local standards ............................................................ 4-5
Table 4.4 Treatment and control processes implemented by categorical users .................................... 4-5
Table 4.5 Compliance sampling activities for categorical users.............................................................. 4-6
Table 4.6 Inspection activities for categorical users ............................................................................... 4-7
Table 4.7 Enforcement actions for categorical users .............................................................................. 4-9
Table 4.8 Compliance status of categorical users ................................................................................. 4-10
Table 4.9 Listing of non-categorical significant users ........................................................................... 4-11
Table 4.10 Changes in listing of non-categorical significant users.......................................................... 4-11
Table 4.11 Listing of non-categorical significant users subject to local standards ................................. 4-11
Table 4.12 Treatment and control processes implemented by non-categorical significant users ......... 4-11
Table 4.13 Compliance sampling activities for non-categorical significant users subject to local
              standards........................................................................................................................... 4-12
Table 4.14 Inspection activities for non-categorical significant users .................................................... 4-12
Table 4.15 Enforcement actions for non-categorical significant users ................................................... 4-13
Table 4.16 Compliance status for non-categorical significant users....................................................... 4-13
Table 5.1 Listing of class II non-significant users..................................................................................... 5-2
Table 5.2 Changes in listing of class II non-significant users ................................................................... 5-4
Table 5.3 Compliance sampling activities for class II non-significant users ............................................ 5-4
Table 5.4 Inspection activities for class II non-significant users ............................................................. 5-4
Table 5.5 Class II non-significant user enforcement actions ................................................................... 5-5
Table 5.6 Listing of groundwater remediation permits .......................................................................... 5-6
Table 5.7 Changes in listing of groundwater remediation permits......................................................... 5-7
Table 5.8 Compliance sampling activities for groundwater remediation permits.................................. 5-7
Table 5.9 Inspection activities for groundwater remediation permits ................................................... 5-8
Table 5.10 Groundwater remediation permit enforcement actions ........................................................ 5-8
Table 5.11 Summary of temporary discharges by type ............................................................................ 5-9
Table 5.12 Summary of liquid waste hauler permits by type ................................................................... 5-9
Table 5.13 Liquid waste hauler program listing ........................................................................................ 5-9
Table 5.14 Changes in listing of the liquid waste hauler program .......................................................... 5-10
Table 5.15 Liquid waste hauler permit enforcement actions ................................................................. 5-11
Table 5.16 Listing of dry cleaners and inspections performed ............................................................... 5-12
Table 5.17 Changes in the dry cleaner listing ......................................................................................... 5-14
Table 5.18 Dry cleaner permit enforcement actions .............................................................................. 5-15
Table 6.1 Incident response summary for 2011...................................................................................... 6-1
Table 8.1 2010-11 Final budget status .................................................................................................... 8-1
Table 8.2 2011-12 Final budget status ................................................................................................... 8-1
Table 9.1 2011 Influent and effluent dioxin monitoring results ............................................................ 9-3
Table 9.2 2011 Residential dioxin monitoring results ............................................................................. 9-4



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                                         TABLE OF APPENDICES


Appendix 1   2011 Influent and Effluent Testing for Priority Organics Number of Times Detected

Appendix 2   Newspaper Listing of Significant Non-compliance 2011

Appendix 3   Wastewater Source Control Section Organization Chart

Appendix 4   Dioxin Sample Results




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NARRATIVE SUMMARY


The Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District (SRCSD) operates the Regional Wastewater
Treatment Plant (Regional Plant or SRWTP), which provides secondary wastewater treatment
for the Sacramento metropolitan area, including the cities of Sacramento, Folsom, Citrus
Heights, Rancho Cordova, Elk Grove, West Sacramento, and the urbanized areas of the County
of Sacramento known as Sacramento Area Sewer District (SASD).

This 2011 Annual Pretreatment Report is prepared in compliance with the NPDES permit (No.
CA 0077682) for the Regional Plant. The section numbers in this report generally correspond to
the item numbers in the NPDES permit, Attachment E – Monitoring and Reporting Program,
Item 5 – Annual Pretreatment Reporting Requirements.

The report summarizes the Regional Plant influent and effluent pollutant levels; the work
performed and resources of the Wastewater Source Control Section (WSCS); and the
compliance status of users discharging wastewater to the Regional Plant under a Wastewater
Discharge Permit (WDP) during 2011.

For 2011, users classified as “categorical” achieved a 69% overall compliance rate (48% in
2010). Five users demonstrated noncompliance for sporadic violations of numerical permit
limits (including pH) during 2011. Compliance was typically achieved based on resampling.
Four users were found to be in noncompliance with reporting requirements (late or
incomplete). One categorical user was issued an administrative order during 2011.

For 2011, users classified as “significant” (non-categorical) achieved a 63% overall compliance
(81% in 2010). There were no significant users that received an administrative order in 2011.
Details regarding the full compliance history of all users in the program are contained in the
body of this report.




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 SECTION 1. ANALYTICAL RESULTS FROM PLANT INFLUENT AND EFFLUENT

 This section summarizes analytical results of testing of the Sacramento Regional Wastewater
 Treatment Plant (SRWTP) influent and effluent related to the pretreatment program.
 Pursuant to the SRCSD NPDES permit, sampling results summarized in this report have also
 been submitted by SRWTP to the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board
 (CVRWQCB) on a monthly basis in the form of a discharger self monitoring report. This
 current annual report presents a summary of concentration data from the 2011 monitoring
 program.

 1.1 Description of the Influent and Effluent Monitoring Programs

 Since 1983, SRCSD has conducted monitoring of SRWTP influent and effluent. The influent
 and effluent monitoring and reporting program for 2011 was structured to conform to the
 pretreatment program monitoring requirements of the 2010 NPDES renewed permit for
 SRWTP (effective January 30, 2011 and amended December 10, 2011).

 This report does not present results of testing for conventional parameters such as flow, pH,
 chlorine residual, temperature, BOD, TSS, settleable solids or oil and grease. Results of testing
 for these constituents are contained in the SRWTP monthly self monitoring reports. Although
 not specifically required in the NPDES permit, SRCSD has included dissolved metals data,
 which is used generally in source identification and treatment plant removal efficiency
 evaluations.

 1.2 Influent and Effluent Results for Metals and “Others”

 The following tables present summaries of the results of total and dissolved metals and
 “other” constituent sampling for 2011 generated through the permit monitoring and
 reporting program. The average for constituents are listed as "less than" (<) if detected less
 than 50% of the time. All results are presented in parts per billion unless otherwise identified.
 Influent metal testing was performed using the “total” metal test method. This is to allow for
 overall mass balancing of metal loadings since all industrial and source reduction sampling is
 based on the “total” metal analysis. Testing for metals in the effluent during 2011 was
 performed primarily by the “total recoverable” and dissolved methods. Testing under the
 “total recoverable” phase is in compliance with the NPDES permit. For 2011, metals testing
 was expanded with the addition of iron and manganese.

 A review of the data for 2011 demonstrates that overall results for metals and other non-
 organic constituents of concern were comparable to recent years.




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 Table 1.1 Metals
All results in parts per billion unless         TOTAL          TOTAL     DISSOLVED
otherwise noted.                                           RECOVERABLE
                                                Influent      Effluent    Effluent
Aluminum - Al                             Avg     860          17           10.6
                                          Max     2200         31           11
                                          Min     570          10           9.8
Antimony - Sb                             Avg   <0.564         0.33
                                          Max     0.71         0.55
                                          Min   <0.5          <0.1
Arsenic - As                              Avg     2.4          1.7         1.52
                                          Max     3.3          2.7         1.9
                                          Min   <2             1           1.2
Beryllium – Be                            Avg   <0.1          <0.1
                                          Max   <0.1          <0.1
                                          Min   <0.1          <0.1
Cadmium - Cd                              Avg     0.19        <0.021      <0.02
                                          Max     0.46         0.028       0.02
                                          Min     0.05        <0.020      <0.02
Chromium - Cr                             Avg     7.4          2.6         2.1
                                          Max     20           3           2.9
                                          Min     4.8          2.1         1.4
Copper - Cu                               Avg     40           4.0         3.8
                                          Max     64           9           8.2
                                          Min     26           2.4         2.2
Iron – Fe (ppm)                           Avg     1.5          0.35*
                                          Max     3.6          0.65*
                                          Min     0.99         0.19*
Lead – Pb                                 Avg     3.4          0.14       <0.10
                                          Max     12           0.19        0.12
                                          Min     1.8         <0.1        <0.1
Manganese - Mn                            Avg     123          76          75
                                          Max     1400         270         260
                                          Min     61           23          22
Mercury – Hg (composite) (ppt)            Avg     96           3.5*        2.2
                                          Max     330          7.9*        4.3
                                          Min   <50            2.3*        1.5
Mercury – Hg (grab) (ppt)                 Avg                  3.9*
                                          Max                  17*
                                          Min                  2.0*
Methyl mercury (ppt)                      Avg    0.80          0.41*       0.32
                                          Max    1.10          0.74*       0.56
                                          Min    0.49          0.16*       0.10
Molybdenum - Mo                           Avg    3.4           2.3         2.12
                                          Max    5.1           2.9         2.5
                                          Min    2.1           1.7         1.6
Nickel – Ni                               Avg    4.6           3.0         2.7
                                          Max    8.9           4.5         2.9
                                          Min    3.8           2.5         2.5
Selenium - Se                             Avg    1.4          <1           0.69
                                          Max    2.3           1           0.85
                                          Min   <1            <1          <0.5


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  Table 1.1 Metals (continued)
 All results in parts per billion unless        TOTAL         TOTAL        DISSOLVED
 otherwise noted.                                         RECOVERABLE
                                               Influent      Effluent        Effluent
 Silver - Ag                          Avg        0.87         0.034          <0.022
                                     Max         2.1          0.048           0.031
                                     Min         0.44        <0.02           <0.02
 Thallium - Tl                        Avg      <0.1          <0.1
                                     Max       <0.1          <0.1
                                     Min       <0.1          <0.1
 Zinc - Zn                            Avg        131          17              20
                                     Max         250          24              33
                                     Min         87           11              10
*Total test method, not Total Recoverable

  Table 1.2 “Other” constituents
 All results in parts per billion unless       Influent     Effluent
 otherwise noted.
 Ammonia (ppm)                           Avg     28           25
                                         Max     39           36
                                         Min     13           12
 Cyanide                                 Avg    <6           <5.1
                                         Max     28           6.3
                                         Min    <5           <5
 Perchlorate                             Avg    <2           <0.1
                                         Max    <4           <4
                                         Min    <3.5         <3
 TDS (ppm)                               Avg     417          403
                                         Max     510          450
                                         Min     310          330
 Total Organic Carbon (ppm)              Avg     160          23
                                         Max     310          28
                                         Min     120          19


  1.3 Influent and Effluent Results for Organics

  In the following tables, constituents are listed as "less than" (<) if detected less than 50% of
  the time. All results are in "parts per billion" unless otherwise indicated. Averages assume
  nondetects at the reporting limit. Unusual, high reporting limits for nondetects and results
  reported below the laboratory reporting limit (“J” flag values) are not typically included in the
  averaging to avoid false bias. Due to fluctuating reporting limits indicative of organic testing,
  interpretation of average, maximum, and minimum information can be difficult. Therefore, in
  addition to the concentration results are tables presenting the number of times the
  compound was detected during 2011 which allows quick review of the prevalence of the
  compound in the wastestreams. Appendix 1 summarizes results of all organic testing for
  influent and effluent for 2011.

  Constituents Found in both Influent and Effluent

  It should be noted that during 2011, SRCSD and contracted analytical laboratories achieved
  significantly lower reporting limits than previous years, in accordance with the SRWTP
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 Summary of Minimum Levels, Method Detection Limits, and Analytical Methods Report
 submitted March 9, 2011 and approved July 18, 2011. This has resulted in what appears to be
 a significant increase in the number of organic compounds in the influent and effluent when
 comparing previous annual reported results. However it can be reasoned that these
 compounds have been present in the past and the lowered analytical reporting limits have
 established a new baseline.

 During 2011 the constituent phenol was detected in the effluent sporadically at levels similar
 to that determined in 2010. Also, there were detections under the lowered reporting limit at
 concentrations not previously obtainable. As in 2010, there does not appear to be any
 relationship between influent and effluent phenol concentrations which would be indicative
 of a nondomestic source. Staff will continue to track influent and effluent phenol results as
 they are generated to determine if there is any discernible trend.

 The constituent Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (BEHP) is routinely detected in the influent and
 effluent and is one of the organic pollutants with an NPDES effluent limit. A significantly high
 effluent result was determined in November which skewed the effluent average. However, it
 is speculated that this result was related to sample contamination and not representative of
 the actual discharge (refer to Section 2)

 As reported in the past, several organics demonstrate average effluent concentrations higher
 than the influent. These are typically purgeable halocarbons known or suspected to be
 chlorination byproducts: carbon tetrachloride, chloroform, and dichlorobromomethane.

 Table 1.3 Detected organics, both influent and effluent
 All results in parts per billion unless otherwise              TOTAL
 noted.                                              Influent           Effluent
 Nitroaromatics
 2,6-Dinitrotoluene                            Avg   <0.5                <0.3
                                               Max    2.2                 1.4
                                               Min   <0.1                <0.1
 Nitrosamines
 N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA)                 Avg    0.008                0.006
                                               Max    0.021                0.010
                                               Min    0.002                0.002
 Organics
 Styrene                                       Avg   <0.6                <0.52
                                               Max    1                   0.95
                                               Min   <0.5                <0.5
 Phenols
 2,4,6-Trichlorophenol                         Avg   <0.3                <0.1
                                               Max    1.3                 0.5
                                               Min   <0.1                <0.1
 2,4-Dichlorophenol                            Avg   <0.1                 0.3
                                               Max    0.4                 0.7
                                               Min   <0.1                <0.1
 2-Chlorophenol                                Avg   <0.5                <0.2
                                               Max    2.1                 1.0
                                               Min   <0.1                <0.1


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 Table 1.3 Detected organics, both influent and effluent (continued)
 All results in parts per billion unless otherwise              TOTAL
 noted.                                              Influent           Effluent
 Phenols (continued)
 Phenol                                        Avg   <5.8                <0.9
                                               Max    28.4                9.7
                                               Min   <0.2                <0.2
 Phthalate Esters
 Benzyl butylphthalate                         Avg    0.73                0.27
                                               Max    1.77                0.85
                                               Min   <0.02               <0.02
 Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (BEHP)             Avg    14.5                22.8
                                               Max    176                 684
                                               Min    0.4                <0.02
 Diethyl phthalate                             Avg    2.28                0.28
                                               Max    5.04                2.54
                                               Min    0.03               <0.02
 Dimethyl phthalate                            Avg    0.06               <0.02
                                               Max    0.15                0.07
                                               Min   <0.02               <0.02
 Di-N-Butyl Phthalate                          Avg    0.42                0.36
                                               Max    0.86                3.64
                                               Min   <0.02               <0.02
 Di-N-Octylphthalate                           Avg   <0.06               <0.02
                                               Max    0.21                0.04
                                               Min   <0.02                0.02
 Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)
 Acenaphthene                                  Avg   <0.020              <0.007
                                               Max    0.050               0.033
                                               Min   <0.005              <0.005
 Acenaphthylene                                Avg   <0.009              <0.008
                                               Max    0.022               0.019
                                               Min   <0.005              <0.005
 Anthracene                                    Avg    0.024              <0.006
                                               Max    0.151               0.017
                                               Min   <0.005              <0.005
 Benzo(a)anthracene                            Avg    0.026              <0.008
                                               Max    0.153               0.023
                                               Min   <0.005              <0.005
 Benzo(a)pyrene                                Avg   <0.018              <0.005
                                               Max    0.093               0.008
                                               Min   <0.005              <0.005
 Benzo(b)fluoranthene                          Avg   <0.029              <0.005
                                               Max    0.163               0.012
                                               Min   <0.005              <0.005
 Benzo(k)fluoranthene                          Avg   <0.024              <0.005
                                               Max    0.132               0.009
                                               Min   <0.005              <0.005
 Chrysene                                      Avg    0.029              <0.007
                                               Max    0.169               0.016
                                               Min   <0.005              <0.005



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 Table 1.3 Detected organics, both influent and effluent (continued)
 All results in parts per billion unless otherwise              TOTAL
 noted.                                              Influent           Effluent
 Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) (continued)
 Fluoranthene                                  Avg     0.045              0.013
                                               Max     0.191              0.064
                                               Min    <0.005             <0.005
 Fluorene                                      Avg     0.022              0.008
                                               Max     0.056              0.027
                                               Min    <0.005             <0.005
 Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene                        Avg    <0.192             <0.005
                                               Max     1.385              0.008
                                               Min    <0.005             <0.005
 Naphthalene                                   Avg     0.050             <0.009
                                               Max     0.261              0.068
                                               Min    <0.005             <0.005
 Phenanthrene                                  Avg     0.055              0.016
                                               Max     0.153              0.063
                                               Min    <0.005             <0.005
 Pyrene                                        Avg     0.066              0.020
                                               Max     0.485              0.234
                                               Min    <0.005             <0.005
 Purgeable Aromatics
 Ethylbenzene                                  Avg     0.66              <0.60
                                               Max     1.8                1.5
                                               Min    <0.5               <0.5
 Toluene                                       Avg     3.4               <1.5
                                               Max     8.3                6
                                               Min     1.2               <0.5
 Purgeable Halocarbons
 1,4-Dichlorobenzene                           Avg    <0.06              <0.05
                                               Max     0.15               0.07
                                               Min    <0.05              <0.05
 Bromomethane (Methyl bromide)                 Avg    <0.51              <0.51
                                               Max     0.66               0.65
                                               Min    <0.5               <0.5
 Carbon tetrachloride                          Avg     0.88               0.98
                                               Max     2.4                2.8
                                               Min    <0.5               <0.5
 Chloroethane (Ethyl chloride)                 Avg     1.6                1.1
                                               Max     2.7                3.6
                                               Min    <0.5               <0.5
 Chloroform                                    Avg     12                 18
                                               Max     18                 26
                                               Min     8                  9.9
 Chloromethane (Methyl chloride)               Avg     8.4                4.3
                                               Max     18                 16
                                               Min     3                  0.66
 Dichlorobromomethane                          Avg    <0.56               1.1
 (Bromodichloromethane)                        Max     1.2                3.9
                                               Min    <0.5                0.63



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  Table 1.3 Detected organics, both influent and effluent (continued)
  All results in parts per billion unless otherwise              TOTAL
  noted.                                              Influent            Effluent
  Purgeable Halocarbons (continued)
  Dichloromethane (Methylene chloride)          Avg    0.80                  0.58
                                                Max    1.6                   1.4
                                                Min   <0.5                  <0.5
  Tetrachloroethylene (Tetrachloroethene Avg          <0.59                 <0.5
                                                Max    2.8                   1
                                                Min   <0.5                  <0.5

  Table 1.4 Detected organics, both influent and effluent, number of times detected
                                                            TIMES DETECTED
                                                       Influent      Effluent
  Nitroaromatics
  2,6-Dinitrotoluene                                     4/15            7/23
  Nitrosamines
  N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA)                         17/32            25/26
  Organics
  Styrene                                                6/21            1/23
  PAHs
  Acenaphthene                                          7/15             6/23
  Acenaphthylene                                        6/15             8/23
  Anthracene                                            9/15             3/23
  Benzo(a)anthracene                                    8/15             5/23
  Benzo(a)pyrene                                        7/15             2/23
  Benzo(b)fluoranthene                                  7/15             2/23
  Benzo(k)fluoranthene                                  7/15             2/23
  Chrysene                                              8/15             5/23
  Fluoranthene                                          11/15            17/23
  Fluorene                                              10/15            16/23
  Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene                                3/14             1/23
  Naphthalene                                           8/14             8/23
  Phenanthrene                                          10/15            17/23
  Pyrene                                                10/14            16/23
  Phenols
  2,4,6-Trichlorophenol                                  5/15            6/23
  2,4-Dichlorophenol                                     2/15            14/23
  2-Chlorophenol                                         7/15            2/23
  Phenol                                                 7/15            5/23
  Phthalate Esters
  Benzyl Butylphthalate                                 11/15            22/23
  Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (BEHP)                     23/23            32/33
  Diethyl Phthalate                                     15/15            20/23
  Dimethyl phthalate                                    8/15             1/23
  Di-N-Butyl Phthalate                                  13/15            21/23
  Di-N-Octylphthalate                                   3/12             3/20
  Purgeable Aromatics
  Ethylbenzene                                          14/21            5/23
  Toluene                                               21/21            7/23
  Purgeable Halocarbons
  1,4-Dichlorobenzene                                    3/15            7/23
  Bromomethane (Methyl Bromide)                          2/21            3/23
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 Table 1.4 Detected organics, both influent and effluent, number of times detected
 (continued)
                                                                 TIMES DETECTED
                                                            Influent      Effluent
  Purgeable Halocarbons (continued)
  Carbon Tetrachloride                                       19/36            20/35
  Chlorodibromomethane (Dibromochloromethane)                0/36             2/35
  Chloroethane (Ethyl Chloride)                              20/21            16/23
  Chloroform                                                 21/21            23/23
  Chloromethane (Methyl Chloride)                            21/21            23/23
  Dichlorobromomethane (Bromodichloromethane)                11/36            35/35
  Dichloromethane (methylene chloride)                       34/36            18/35
  Tetrachloroethylene (Tetrachloroethene)                    5/36             3/35

 Constituents Found in Influent Only

 Five organic compounds were detected in the influent only during 2011. These compounds
 did not demonstrate any significant prevalence.

 Table 1.5 Detected organics, influent only
 All results in parts per billion unless otherwise noted.                      TOTAL
                                                                  Influent             Effluent
 PAHs
 Benzo(g,h,i)perylene                                 Avg            <0.020             <0.005
                                                      Max             0.121             <0.005
                                                      Min            <0.005             <0.005
 Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene                               Avg            <0.010             <0.005
                                                      Max             0.062             <0.005
                                                      Min            <0.005             <0.005
 Purgeable Halocarbons
 1,3-Dichlorobenzene                                  Avg            <0.05              <0.05
                                                      Max             0.05              <0.05
                                                      Min            <0.05              <0.05
 Volatile Organics
 Benzene                                              Avg            <0.50              <0.5
                                                      Max             0.57              <0.5
                                                      Min            <0.5               <0.5
 Carbon disulfide                                     Avg             1.8               <1
                                                      Max             2.1               <1
                                                      Min             1.3               <1

 Table 1.6 Detected organics, influent only, number of times detected
                                                 TIMES DETECTED
                                           Influent          Effluent
  PAHs
  Benzo(g,h,i)perylene                      3/15                 0/23
  Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene                    2/23                 0/34
  Purgeable Halocarbons
  1,3-Dichlorobenzene                       1/15                 0/23
  Volatile Organics
  Benzene                                   1/21                 0/23
  Carbon Disulfide                          3/3                  0/3
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 Constituents Found in Effluent Only

 Three organic compounds were detected in the effluent only during 2011 and were not
 prevalent. The presence of these compounds in the effluent and not the influent may be
 related to the disinfection process (chlorination byproducts).

 Table 1.7 Detected organics, effluent only
 All results in parts per billion unless otherwise noted.                Total
                                                              Influent            Effluent
 Purgeable Halocarbons
 1,2-Dichlorobenzene                                 Avg         <0.05             <0.05
                                                     Max         <0.05              0.07
                                                     Min         <0.05             <0.05
 Chlorodibromomethane                                Avg         <0.5              <0.53
 (Dibromochloromethane)                              Max         <0.5               1.2
                                                     Min         <0.5              <0.5
 Trichloroethylene (Trichloroethene)                 Avg         <0.5              <0.5
                                                     Max         <0.5               0.7
                                                     Min         <0.5              <0.5

 Table 1.8 Detected organics, effluent only, number of times detected
                                                              TIMES DETECTED
                                                            Influent   Effluent
  Purgeable Halocarbons
  1,2-Dichlorobenzene                                        0/15        1/23
  Chlorodibromomethane (Dibromochloromethane)                0/36        2/35
  Trichloroethylene (Trichloroethene)                        0/21        1/23




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SECTION 2. UPSET, INTERFERENCE, AND PASS THROUGH INCIDENTS

During 2011, there were no upsets, interference, or pass through incidents at the Sacramento
Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant (SRWTP) that could be directly attributed to industrial
users. The following summarizes incidents of note during 2011.

Effluent Manganese Exceedances

The SRCSD NPDES daily effluent limit for total manganese was exceeded on three different days
(February 15th, February 16th, and May 10th). The elevated concentrations were determined to
be caused by discharges of water treatment plant wastewater disposed of by hauler truck
directly to the SRWTP septage station located on site. In response, and to prevent additional
exceedances, WSCS implemented restrictions on hauled wastewater discharges with high
concentrations of manganese at this location.

The District subsequently pursued a permit amendment to expand the data set used for the
original determination of the manganese limit, which was performance based. The Central
Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board approved the request, and in turn adjusted the
effluent limit from 85 parts per billion to 270 parts per billion. The permit amendment was
adopted in December 2011. In response, WSCS has modified certain restrictions on hauled
wastewater discharges with high concentrations of manganese while maintaining necessary
controls to ensure compliance with the new limit.

Bioassay

During 2011, SRWTP did not have any violations of its chronic toxicity requirements; however, it
did have one violation of its acute toxicity requirements for a single test the week of December
5th. Coincidentally, SRWTP also had a violation of its monthly average effluent total recoverable
copper limit that was based on daily composite samples between December 5th and 7th. The
samples for December 5th and 6th had elevated total recoverable copper concentrations. Note
that SRWTP fully complied with the maximum daily effluent limits. No obvious cause was
determined for this toxicity, but the elevated copper concentrations may have contributed to
the mortalities. An investigation of industrial user discharges found no abnormal operations or
significant copper discharges from permitted users during this period. As of the date of this
report, there have been no additional violations of the acute toxicity bioassay.

Other

SRWTP also had the following water quality violations in 2011:
    The daily limit for dichlorobromomethane was exceeded on August 12 th. A review of
       interceptor, plant process, and industrial user data found no abnormal operations or
       discharges that could have contributed to this incident. This compound is a suspected
       chlorination byproduct.
    The daily limit for bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate was exceeded on November 7th. This
       exceedance was likely attributed to sample contamination, and the staff has
       implemented procedures to reduce the likelihood of reoccurrence.
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SECTION 3. BASELINE MONITORING REPORTS

Baseline Monitoring Reports (BMR) are required of industries subject to categorical standards.
The District defines an accepted BMR as consisting of a completed Wastewater Discharge
Permit Application (WDPA) and the results of wastewater discharge sampling.

For 2011, SRCSD did not issue any new categorical permits.




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SECTION 4. SIGNIFICANT INDUSTRIAL USER PROGRAM

Industrial User Program

The rules governing the issuance of a Wastewater Discharge Permit (WDP) to users are
contained in the SRCSD Consolidated Ordinance. In general, a discharger is classified as a user
based on the amount of non-domestic discharge to the sewer, if the user is subject to Federal
categorical pretreatment standards, or if the WSCS determines that the wastewater contains
constituents in sufficient quantity to require regulation by specific permit. SRCSD further
classifies users as 1) Categorical: subject to Federal categorical standards, 2) Significant: not
subject to Federal categorical standards but discharging significant volume or loading of process
wastewater, may cause an adverse effect at the plant or in receiving water or biosolids, and/or
are subject to local limits or other discharge restrictions, and 3) Class II: not meeting the
definition of categorical or significant users, but remain under a discharge permit for purposes
of rate recovery or specific discharge tracking. This section details the activities related to
Significant Users.

Significant Industrial Users

SRCSD currently administers 37 active Significant User WDP’s under the industrial user
program. This includes 29 users classified as Categorical. Current listings, changes, and
compliance status for Significant Users during the past year are presented in the following
tables.

Inspections

WSCS staff performs on-site inspections at each user. In general, two types of inspections are
commonly performed: routine and sample point. Routine inspections are standard compliance
evaluation inspections and include a review of industrial processes discharging to the sewer,
sampling protocol, spill prevention and waste minimization measures, pretreatment equipment
and practices, etc. Sample point inspections in contrast, generally focus on sample techniques
and protocol implemented by the user to confirm that samples collected are representative of
the discharge wastestream. Appropriate enforcement action is taken if violations are observed.
Inspection findings are typically documented in an inspection report that is filed in the user file,
and a copy is sent to the user. The WSCS Significant and Categorical User inspection activities
for 2011 are summarized on the following pages.

Compliance Sampling

For Categorical Users, the required minimum for self-monitoring compliance events is generally
one (1) sampling day, semi-annually. Significant Users regulated by local limits are required to
sample at a frequency established on a case by case basis. Users with significant flows, past
noncompliance histories or multiple regulated constituents of different types (metals, organics,
others) may be required to perform self-monitoring at greater frequency. In addition, the
WSCS institutes regular single day sampling events to ensure a sufficient level of "unscheduled
monitoring" is being performed.

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Compliance with total toxic organics is part of the program. A majority of the users have on file
Solvent Management Plans, and semi-annually certify that the plans are being implemented.
One user is subject only to TTO requirements (Defense Microelectronics). Huhtamaki Food
Services, although classified as a Categorical User under 40 CFR 430, does not use any
chlorinated phenols in their process.

Pollutant Accounting and Rate Sampling

All Significant Users are required to perform pollutant accounting monitoring, and on a case by
case basis, rate monitoring for conventional pollutants (BOD and TSS). The pollutant accounting
monitoring provides data for continual refinement of the database on metal, TDS, and organic
loadings. During 2011, all permitted users were required to sample for total Kjeldahl nitrogen
(TKN) and ammonia (NH3) to obtain baseline data in support of the SRCSD ongoing rate and fee
study (refer to section 7). This information will potentially be used to determine appropriate
unit rates for treatment of these compounds under the Sacramento Regional Treatment Plant
(SRWTP) upgrade.

Enforcement Response

User violations of monitoring, reporting, and treatment requirements may range from relatively
minor violations (late reports), to major violations (resulting in SRWTP upsets). Each instance of
noncompliance is a violation and, as such, is reviewed and addressed. Selection of the
appropriate enforcement response relates to whether the violation is major, minor or other
factors such as:
 Duration of the violation;
 Compliance history of the user;
 Good faith of the user;
 Degree of harm caused by the violation.

SRCSD requires users to pay noncompliance fees for the cost of staff time as well as additional
sampling and laboratory costs resulting from noncompliance situations. Noncompliance fees
can also include the cost of equipment usage (example: sewer line cleaning, closed circuit TV
inspections, etc.).

The general enforcement response procedures followed by the WSCS are outlined as follows:

Warning Letters or Correction Notices

Typically, for minor infractions the WSCS will issue a warning letter or correction notice
identifying the violation, and request corrective action within a specified time period.

Notice of Violation (NOV)

SRCSD provides a written notice to the user for each sample or event in violation, or if the user
fails to respond adequately to a warning letter or corrective notice. The NOV lists the violation,
and requires re-sampling-if appropriate, and a written response detailing the cause of the
violation and the planned corrective actions.

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Administrative/Enforcement Orders

If re-sampling demonstrates continued noncompliance; corrective actions are not satisfactory;
or the user is found to be in significant noncompliance, an Administrative Order is issued. The
order includes specific requirements (submittal of technical report, additional sampling, etc.),
and typically a compliance schedule. Administrative orders can be in the form of Consent
Orders (CO), Compliance Orders (CMO) or Cease and Desist Orders (C&D).

Administrative Civil Penalties

A user that fails to comply with the requirements of an Administrative Order; or for violations
deemed by SRCSD to intentionally or negligently violate provisions of the Wastewater Discharge
Permit or SRCSD Consolidated Ordinance may be subject to Administrative Civil Liability
(Administrative Compliant) as provided for in the current SRCSD Consolidated Ordinance
Section 2.07.07.

Civil Penalties and Criminal Prosecution

SRCSD has the ability to pursue civil penalties (SRCSD Consolidated Ordinance, Section 2.07.11)
and criminal prosecution (SRCSD Consolidated Ordinance, Section 2.07.12). These actions are
typically pursued through the Sacramento County Office of the District Attorney.

2011 Enforcement Action

During 2011 there were no permit terminations, restriction on discharge or disconnection from
discharge for Significant Users.

Annual newspaper notices are published containing names of the industries that are designated
as significant violators during each year per requirements of 40 CFR 403.8. A copy of the
publication for 2011 is included in Appendix 2.

Enforcement actions and compliance status for Significant Users in 2011 are summarized in
tables 4.7 - 4.8 (Categorical Users) and 4.15 - 4.16 (Non Categorical Significant Users).

4.1 Categorical User Listing

The following tables (4.1–4.8) summarize the general status of Categorical Users. It is noted
that industries performing a “categorical” process per 40CFR Subchapter N, but that do not
discharge any wastewater from the “categorical” process, are permitted and listed as Class II
Zero Dischargers.

The user Huhtamaki is listed as a Categorical User based on process description (40 CFR 430).
However, the facility is not subject to any categorical limitations since the facility does not use
chlorinated phenols in the process. The facility has been historically classified as a Significant
User based primarily on volume of discharge. To avoid confusion and in keeping with past
practice the user is listed only in the categorical table. Folsom Prison is listed as a Categorical
User due to a metal finishing process conducted within the facility, however the majority of the

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wastewater discharged is relatively high strength domestic wastewater characteristic of prison
facilities.

Table 4.1 Listing of categorical users
  No.                 Business Name                             Street                    City         Zip
        40 CFR 414
   1    Georgia Pacific                              10399 E Stockton Blvd          Elk Grove         95624
   2    Procter and Gamble Manufacturing             8201 Fruitridge Rd             Sacramento        95826
        40 CFR 417
   1    CMA of Sacramento                            9269 Survey Rd                 Elk Grove         95624
   2    Sierra Chemical Co                           788 Northport Dr               W. Sacramento     95691
        40 CFR 418
   1    Agrium U.S. Inc., Sac. Nitrogen Operations   3961 Channel Dr                W. Sacramento     95691
        40 CFR 423
   1    Carson Cogeneration Project                  8580 Laguna Station Rd         Elk Grove         95758
   2    Sacramento Cogeneration Authority            5000 83rd Street               Sacramento        95817
   3    Sacramento Power Authority                   3215 47th Ave                  Sacramento        95824
        40 CFR 430
   1    Huhtamaki, Inc.                              8450 Gerber Rd                 Sacramento        95828
        40 CFR 433
  1     Aerojet General Corporation                  Highway 50 and Aerojet Road    Rancho Cordova    95813
  2     Alta Plating and Chemical Corporation        8290 Alpine Avenue             Sacramento        95826
  3     Composite Engineering                        5381 Raley Blvd                Sacramento        95838
  4     Contractors Wardrobe                         8460 Rovana Circle             Sacramento        95828
  5     Ellis & Ellis Signs/Displays                 1111 Joellis Way               Sacramento        95815
  6     Folsom State Prison                                                         Represa           95671
  7     Form & Fusion, Inc.                          11261 Trade Center Dr A        Rancho Cordova    95742
  8     Microform Precision LLC                      1312 Striker Avenue Ste 101    Sacramento        95834
  9     Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation         5441 Luce Avenue               McClellan         95652
  10    R Squared Circuits                           120 Blue Ravine Rd Ste 1       Folsom            95630
  11    Radiator Specialties                         8441 Specialty Cir             Sacramento        95829
  12    Sacramento Window Specialties                1449 Blair Ave                 Sacramento        95822
  13    Teledyne MEC                                 11361 Sunrise Park Dr          Rancho Cordova    95742
  14    Weidner Architectural Signage,Inc            5001 24th Street               Sacramento        95822
  15    Woodmack Products Inc.                       11430 White Rock Rd            Rancho Cordova    95742
        40 CFR 437
   1    American Concrete Washouts                   8620 Antelope Rd North         Antelope          95843
   2    Elk Grove Waste Management                   7024 McComber Street           Sacramento        95828
        40 CFR 439
   1    Ampac Fine Chemicals                         Highway 50 and Aerojet Road    Rancho Cordova    95741
        40 CFR 465
   1    Silgan Can Company                           6200 Franklin Blvd Ste 100     Sacramento        95824
        40 CFR 469
  1     Defense Microelectronics Activity            4234 54th St Bldg 620          McClellan         95652
  29    Total




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Table 4.2 Changes in listing of categorical users
                                                  Rescind             Issue
             Business Name                                                                                   Remarks
                                                   Permit            Permit
 Capitol Steel Products                          2/28/2011                          User converted to Class II - zero discharger
 Pacific Powder Coating, Inc                     4/30/2011                          User converted to Class II - zero discharger
 R-Squared Circuits                              9/1/2011                           Permit terminated - Business closed
* Additional changes related to streamlining and reclassification of users are detailed in Section 7.


Table 4.3 Listing of categorical users subject to local standards
          Business Name                                                        Local Standards*
 Aerojet General Corporation                      1,1-Dichloroethane; 1,2-Dichloroethane; 1,2-trans-Dichloroethylene (trans-
                                                 1,2-Dichloroethylene); Carbon Tetrachloride; cis-1,2-Dichloroethene; N-
                                                 Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA); N-Nitrosomethylethylamine (NMEA);
                                                 Perchlorate; Tetrachloroethylene (Tetrachloroethene); Trichloroethylene
                                                 (Trichloroethene); Vinyl Chloride
 Agrium U.S. Inc.,                                Ammonia (as N); Nitrate; Nitrite
 Procter and Gamble Mfg                           Copper; Discharge Rate - All Season; TDS Loading
 * The above local standards are in addition to local pH standard of 12.5, any discharge rate limit, or TDS loading action level that may apply.


Table 4.4 Treatment and control processes implemented by categorical users
  No.                       Business Name                                                 Treatment and Control Measures
           40 CFR 414
   1       Georgia Pacific                                                   Air stripping
   2       Procter and Gamble Manufacturing                                  Grease or Oil Separation, pH Correction, Filtration
           40 CFR 417
   1       CMA of Sacramento                                                 pH Correction
   2       Sierra Chemical Co                                                No Pre-Treatment
           40 CFR 418
   1       Agrium U.S. Inc.                                                  No Pre-Treatment
           40 CFR 423
   1       Carson Cogeneration Project                                       Grease or Oil Separation
   2       Sacramento Cogeneration Authority                                 pH Correction
   3       Sacramento Power Authority                                        pH Correction
           40 CFR 430
   1       Huhtamaki, Inc.                                                   Filtration, Solids Removal Sump
           40 CFR 433
   1       Aerojet General Corporation                                       Ion Exchange, pH Correction
   2       Alta Plating and Chemical Corporation                             Chemical Precipitation, Flow Equalization, Ion
                                                                             Exchange, pH Correction, Sedimentation
   3       Composite Engineering                                             pH Correction
   4       Contractors Wardrobe                                              Chemical Precipitation, Filtration, Flow Equalization,
                                                                             pH Correction
  5        Ellis & Ellis Signs/Displays                                      Chemical Precipitation, pH Correction
  6        Folsom State Prison                                               Filtration, Grease or Oil Separation, pH Correction
  7        Form & Fusion, Inc.                                               No Pre-Treatment
  8        Microform Precision LLC                                           No Pre-Treatment
  9        Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation                              No Pre-Treatment
  10       R Squared Circuits                                                pH Correction, ion exchange, electrowinning
  11       Radiator Specialties                                              Chemical Precipitation, Filtration, Flow Equalization,
                                                                             pH Correction
  12       Sacramento Window Specialties                                     Filtration, Ion Exchange
  13       Teledyne MEC                                                      pH Correction

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Table 4.4 Treatment and control processes implemented by categorical users (continued)
 No.                   Business Name                              Treatment and Control Measures
       40 CFR 433 (continued)
  14   Weidner Architectural Signage,Inc               pH Correction
  15   Woodmack Products Inc.                          Grease or Oil Separation
       40 CFR 437
  1    American Concrete Washouts                      Chemical Precipitation, pH Correction, Sedimentation
  2    Elk Grove Waste Management                      pH Correction, Sedimentation
       40 CFR 439
  1    Ampac Fine Chemicals                            Biological Treatment
       40 CFR 465
  1    Silgan Can Company                              No Pre-Treatment
       40 CFR 469
  1    Defense Microelectronics Activity               pH Correction
  29   Total

Table 4.5 Compliance sampling activities for categorical users
                                                       Self             District
 No.                 Business Name                                                    Certification
                                                     Monitoring        Monitoring
        40 CFR 414
  1     Georgia Pacific                                 3                  1
  2     Procter and Gamble Mfg                          42                 4
        40 CFR 417
  1     CMA of Sacramento                                3                 1
  2     Sierra Chemical Co                               -                 -          No discharge
        40 CFR 418
  1     Agrium U.S. Inc., Sac. Nitrogen Operations      46                 -
        40 CFR 423
  1     Carson Cogeneration Project                      2                 1               **
  2     Sacramento Cogeneration Authority                5                 2               **
  3     Sacramento Power Authority                       2                 1               **
        40 CFR 430
  1     Huhtamaki, Inc.                                  -                 1               **
        40 CFR 433
  1     Aerojet General Corporation                     53                8                **
  2     Alta Plating and Chemical Corporation           10                5                **
  3     Composite Engineering                           3                  -               **
  4     Contractors Wardrobe                            8                 5                **
  5     Ellis & Ellis Signs/Displays                    2                  -               **
  6     Folsom State Prison                             4                 4                **
  7     Form & Fusion, Inc.                             8                 3                **
  8     Microform Precision LLC                         8                 3                **
  9     Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation            2                 3                **
  10    R Squared Circuits                               -                3                **
  11    Radiator Specialties                            23                12               **
  12    Sacramento Window Specialties                   2                 3                **
  13    Teledyne MEC                                    2                  -               **
  14    Weidner Architectural Signage,Inc               2                  -               **
  15    Woodmack Products Inc.                          10                3                **
        40 CFR 437
  1     Elk Grove Waste Management                       2                 -
  2     American Concrete Washouts                       1                 1

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Table 4.5 Compliance sampling activities for categorical users (continued)
                                                                     Self              District
  No.                         Business Name                                                           Certification
                                                                   Monitoring         Monitoring
            40 CFR 439
    1       Ampac Fine Chemicals                                          111             11
            40 CFR 465
    1       Silgan Can Company                                             8               4
            40 CFR 469
   1        Defense Microelectronics Activity                              2              1                **
   29                                                      Total          364             80               20
 ** Indicates business certifies in lieu of TTO sampling


Table 4.6 Inspection activities for categorical users
                                                               Inspection        Inspection
  No.                     Business Name                                                                  Conclusions
                                                                  Date              Type
            40 CFR 414
    1       Georgia Pacific                                  1/27/2011          Routine        In compliance
    2       Procter and Gamble Mfg.                          12/15/2011         Routine        In compliance
            40 CFR 417
    1       CMA of Sacramento                                7/27/2011          Routine        In compliance. Required user to
                                                                                               investigate questionable lab
                                                                                               data. User determined lab made
                                                                                               calculation error.
    2       Sierra Chemical                                  Not                                To be inspected in 2012
                                                             inspected*
            40 CFR 418
    1       Agrium U.S. Inc., Sac. Nitrogen                  4/18/2011          Routine        In compliance
            Operations
            40 CFR 423
    1       Carson Cogeneration Project                      4/20/2011          Sample Point   In compliance. Required Sample
                                                                                               Plan SOP changes regarding
                                                                                               collection method and analytes.

                                                             6/22/2011          Routine        In compliance. pH meter
                                                                                               calibration records and April pH
                                                                                               monitoring results unavailable
                                                                                               for review at time of inspection.
                                                                                               Records have been supplied.
    2       Sacramento Cogeneration Authority                12/1/2011          Routine        In compliance. Required
                                                                                               updated piping diagram,
                                                                                               sampling plan and certification
                                                                                               of flow meter. Resolution is
                                                                                               pending.
    3       Sacramento Power Authority                       4/25/2011          Routine        In compliance
            40 CFR 430
    1       Huhtamaki, Inc.                                  9/13/2011          Routine        In compliance. Found pH meter
                                                                                               out of calibration. User replaced
                                                                                               and calibrated probe.
            40 CFR 433
    1       Aerojet General Corporation                      6/21/2011          Routine        In compliance
                                                             8/11/2011          Sample Point   User in compliance


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Table 4.6 Inspection activities for categorical users (continued)
                                             Inspection     Inspection
  No.                   Business Name                                              Conclusions
                                                Date           Type
        40 CFR 433 (continued)
   2    Alta Plating and Chemical          5/11/2011      Routine        In compliance
        Corporation
                                           11/1/2011      Sample Point   In compliance. Required to
                                                                         supply flow pace sample
                                                                         parameters and keep collection
                                                                         container cool during collection.
   3    Composite Engineering              Not                            To be inspected in 2012
                                           inspected**
   4    Contractors Wardrobe               8/30/2011      Routine        In compliance. Required update
                                                                         of pretreatment system diagram
                                                                         and facility layout. Documents
                                                                         submitted.
   5    Ellis & Ellis                      Not                            To be inspected in 2012
                                           inspected**
   6    Folsom State Prison                9/2/2011       Routine        In compliance
   7    Form & Fusion, Inc.                4/28/2011      Routine        In compliance. Required update
                                                                         of Solvent Management Plan.
                                                                         Resolution is pending.
   8    Microform Precision, LLC           9/1/2011       Routine        In compliance
   9    Northrop Grumman Systems           6/9/2011       Routine        In compliance
        Corporation
  10    R Squared Circuits                 7/22/2011      Routine        In compliance
  11    Radiator Specialties               11/21/2011     Routine        In compliance. Required update
                                                                         of sampling plan and copies
                                                                         hazardous waste manifest.
  12    Sacramento Window Specialties      Not                            To be inspected in 2012
                                           inspected**
  13    Teledyne MEC                       Not                           To be inspected in 2012
                                           inspected**
  14    Weidner Architectural Signage      Not                           To be inspected in 2012
                                           inspected**
  15    Woodmack Products Inc.             6/14/2011      Routine        In compliance
                                           8/24/2011      Sample Point   In compliance
        40 CFR 437
   1    American Concrete Washouts         5/12/2011      Routine        In compliance
   2    Elk Grove Waste Management         5/26/2011      Routine        In compliance. Required update
                                                                         of sampling and pretreatment
                                                                         plans and solid waste manifests.
                                                                         User since moved to new
                                                                         location. Resolution pending.
        40 CFR 439
   1    Ampac Fine Chemicals               7/25/2011      Routine        In compliance. Required
                                                                         submittal of updated
                                                                         Pretreatment SOP, Sample Plan,
                                                                         and flow meter calibration.
                                                                         Required to investigate
                                                                         potential toxicity of effluent to
                                                                         BOD test method.


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Table 4.6 Inspection activities for categorical users (continued)
                                                             Inspection        Inspection
  No.                    Business Name                                                                   Conclusions
                                                                Date              Type
           40 CFR 465
   1       Silgan Can Company                              9/1/2011           Routine         In compliance
           40 CFR 469
   1       Defense Microelectronics Activity               8/25/2011          Routine         In compliance. Required
                                                                                              submittal of updated Slug
                                                                                              Control Plan.
                                                           11/16/2011         Sample Point    In compliance
  29       Total
*Non Significant Categorical Industrial User
**Middle Tier Categorical Industrial User


Table 4.7 Enforcement actions for categorical users
                                                                                                                         Monetary
                                               Type of   Reason for Violation/     Date of       Date         Standard
          Business Name                                                                                                   Penalty
                                               Action         Remarks             Violation     Issued        Violated
                                                                                                                         (Amount)
Aerojet General Corporation                     NOV      Exceeded monthly          2/8/11      9/6/11         Federal      None
                                                         average limit for
                                                         chromium
CMA of Sacramento                               NOV      Exceeded COD/BOD         11/21/11    12/21/11        Federal     None
                                                         ratio limit
Composite Engineering                           WRN      Incomplete report        4/21/11      5/24/11          n/a       None
Elk Grove Waste Management                      NOV      Late report              12/10/11      1/3/12          n/a       None
Microform Precision LLC                         NOV      Late report              6/10/11      6/17/11          n/a       None
Procter and Gamble Mfg.                         NOV      pH violation              8/8/11      8/25/11        Federal     None

Sacramento Cogeneration                         NOV      pH violation              2/16/11     2/22/11        Federal     None
Authority
Sacramento Cogeneration                         NOV      pH violation.             4/30/11     5/9/11         Federal     None
Authority
Sacramento Cogeneration                         NOV      pH violation.             7/17/11     7/19/11        Federal     None
Authority
Sacramento Window                               NOV      Failure to sample         9/10/11     9/15/11        Federal     None
Specialties
State of California Central Plant               WRN      Late report              11/10/11    11/16/11          n/a       None

Teledyne MEC                                    NOV      pH violation              3/14/11     3/29/11        Federal     None

Woodmack Products Inc.                          CNO      Exceeded TTO daily        8/24/11     12/1/11        Federal     None
                                                         limit
                                                               Acronym Key
 ACL - Administrative Civil Liability                                             ENO - Enforcement Order
 CMO - Compliance Order                                                           NOV - Notice of Violation
 CND - Cease & Desist                                                             SCO - Show Cause Order
 CNO - Consent Order                                                              WRN - Warning Letter
 COR - Correction Notice                                                          NA - not applicable




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Table 4.8 Compliance status of categorical users
                                                      Consistent   Inconsistent           Compliance     Achieved
  No.                     Business Name                                           SNC *
                                                      Compliance   Compliance             Schedule **   Compliance
          40 CFR 414
   1      Georgia Pacific                                 X
   2      Procter and Gamble Manufacturing                              X
          40 CFR 417
   1      CMA of Sacramento                                                        X      2/10/2012        Yes
   2      Sierra Chemical Co                              X
          40 CFR 418
   1      Agrium U.S. Inc., Sacramento Nitrogen           X
          Operations
          40 CFR 423
   1      Carson Cogeneration Project                     X
   2      Sacramento Cogeneration Authority                             X
   3      Sacramento Power Authority                      X
          40 CFR 430
   1      Huhtamaki, Inc.                                 X
          40 CFR 433
  1       Aerojet General Corporation                                              X      10/10/2011       Yes
  2       Alta Plating and Chemical Corporation           X
  3       Composite Engineering                                         X
  4       Contractors Wardrobe                            X
  5       Ellis & Ellis Signs/Displays                    X
  6       Folsom State Prison                             X
  7       Form & Fusion, Inc.                             X
  8       Microform Precision LLC                                       X
  9       Northrop Grumman Systems Corporation            X
  10      R Squared Circuits                              X
  11      Radiator Specialties                            X
  12      Sacramento Window Specialties                                 X
  13      Teledyne MEC                                    X
  14      Weidner Architectural Signage,Inc               X
  15      Woodmack Products Inc.                                                   X      3/12/2012      Pending
          40 CFR 437
   1      American Concrete Washouts                      X
   2      Elk Grove Waste Management                                    X
          40 CFR 439
   1      Ampac Fine Chemicals                            X
          40 CFR 465
   1      Silgan Can Company                              X
          40 CFR 469
   1      Defense Microelectronics Activity              X
  29                                          Total      20             6          3
 * SNC - Significant Non Compliance
 ** List compliance due date if on a schedule




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 4.2 Non Categorical Significant Industrial User Listing

The following tables summarize the general status of facilities classified as Significant Users
that are not subject to the Federal pretreatment program as "categorical dischargers," but are
permitted due to the volume, loading, potential for adverse affects, or constituent makeup of
the process discharge or implementation of local limits.

Table 4.9 Listing of non-categorical significant users
  No.                       Business Name                           Street                   City           Zip
         Beverage
   1     Nestle Waters North America                       8670 Younger Creek Rd      Sacramento          95828
         Food Processing
   1     Blue Diamond Growers                              1802 C St                  Sacramento          95814
   2     Campbell Soup Supply Company                      6200 Franklin Blvd         Sacramento          95824
   3     Kikkoman Foods, Inc.                              1000 Glenn Dr              Folsom              95630
         Miscellaneous
   1     State of California Central Plant                 625 Q Street               Sacramento          95814
         Water Treatment
   1     Bryte Bend Water Treatment Plant                  400 N Harbor Blvd          W. Sacramento       95605
   2     Sacramento County Water Agency                    Multiple                   Sacramento          95827
   3     Sacramento County Water Agency-Vineyard WTP       10151 Florin Road          Sacramento          95829
   8     Total

Table 4.10 Changes in listing of non-categorical significant users
                                    Rescind         Issue
          Business Name                                                            Remarks
                                    Permit         Permit
 Sacramento County Water                         10/8/2011     Permit issued
 Agency-Vineyard WTP

Table 4.11 Listing of non-categorical significant users subject to local standards
         Business Name                                           Local Standards*
 None                            The listed local standards are in addition to local pH standard of 12.5, any
                                 discharge rate limit, or TDS loading action level that may apply.

Table 4.12 Treatment and control processes implemented by non-categorical significant users
  No.                       Business Name                              Treatment and Control Measures
         Beverage
   1     Nestle Waters North America                       pH Correction, Solids Removal Sump
         Food Processing
   1     Blue Diamond Growers                              pH Correction
   2     Campbell Soup Supply Company                      pH Correction, Screening, Sedimentation
   3     Kikkoman Foods, Inc.                              pH Correction, , Screening
         Miscellaneous
   1     State of California Central Plant                 Grease or Oil Separation
         Water Treatment
   1     Bryte Bend Water Treatment Plant                  Solids Removal, Screening
   2     Sacramento County Water Agency                    Solids Removal, Screening
   3     Sacramento County Water Agency-Vineyard WTP       Centrifuge, Grease or Oil Separation
   8     Total




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Table 4.13 Compliance sampling activities for non-categorical significant users subject to local
standards (other than pH and discharge rate limit)
                                                            Self              District
  No.                  Business Name                                                        Certification
                                                        Monitoring         Monitoring
 There currently are no Non-Categorical Significant Users subject to local standards other than pH and
 discharge rate limits.

Table 4.14 Inspection activities for non-categorical significant users
                                                     Inspection       Inspection
  No.                 Business Name                                                             Conclusions
                                                        Date             Type
          Beverage
    1     Nestle Waters North America               3/29/2011       Routine          In compliance. User required to
                                                                                     submit flow meter certification.
                                                                                     User submitted certification.
                                                    7/11/2011       Sample Point     In compliance
          Food Processing
    1     Blue Diamond Growers                      4/6/2011        Routine          In compliance. User required to
                                                                                     submit revised Slug Control Plan
                                                                                     and Pretreatment SOP. Both
                                                                                     documents received.
                                                    10/20/2011      Sample Point     In compliance
    2     Campbell Soup Supply Company              10/13/2011      Routine          In compliance - continues to
                                                                                     work on upgrades to pH control
                                                                                     system.
    3     Kikkoman Foods, Inc.                      10/19/2011      Routine          In compliance
          Miscellaneous
    1     State of California Central Plant         10/5/2011       Routine          In compliance. User required to
                                                                                     submit flow meter certification
                                                                                     and updated chemical inventory.
                                                                                     User provided required
                                                                                     documents.
          Water Treatment
    1     Bryte Bend Water Treatment Plant          3/2/2010                         The facility was not discharging
                                                                                     to the sewer for the majority of
                                                                                     2011. Intent to inspect during
                                                                                     2012.
    2     Sacramento County Water Agency -          12/13/2011      Routine          In compliance. User required to
          multiple sites                                                             report weekly flows and calibrate
                                                                                     meters.
    3     Sacramento County Water Agency-           9/9/2011        Routine          In compliance. User required to
          Vineyard WTP                                                               provide Sampling Plan and flow
                                                                                     quantification method for
                                                                                     outfalls. All items provided.
    8     Total




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Table 4.15 Enforcement actions for non-categorical significant users
         Business Name                   Type of       Reason for          Date of        Date        Standard Monetary
                                         Action    Violation/ Remarks     Violation      Issued       Violated  Penalty
                                                                                                               (Amount)
 Campbell Soup Supply                       NOV        pH violation        6/1/11        6/8/11         Federal       None
 Company
 Campbell Soup Supply                       NOV        pH violation        6/30/11       7/5/11         Federal       None
 Company
 Campbell Soup Supply                       NOV        pH violation        7/11/11       7/12/11         Local        None
 Company
 Campbell Soup Supply                       NOV        pH violation        8/9/11        8/12/11        Federal       None
 Company
 Campbell Soup Supply                       NOV        pH violation        9/2/11        9/7/11         Federal       None
 Company
 Campbell Soup Supply                       NOV        pH violation        9/22/11      10/11/11        Federal       None
 Company
 Campbell Soup Supply                       NOV        pH violation       12/28/11       1/3/12         Federal       None
 Company
 Kikkoman Foods, Inc.                       NOV        pH violation        1/17/11       1/20/11        Federal       None

 Kikkoman Foods, Inc.                       NOV        pH violation        6/28/11       7/5/11         Federal       None

 Sacramento County Water                    NOV        pH violation        1/12/11       1/19/11        Federal       None
 Agency
                                                         Acronym Key
 ACL - Administrative Civil Liability                                     ENO - Enforcement Order
 CMO - Compliance Order                                                   NOV - Notice of Violation
 CND - Cease & Desist                                                     SCO - Show Cause Order
 CNO - Consent Order                                                      WRN - Warning Letter
 COR - Correction Notice                                                  NA - not applicable


Table 4.16 Compliance status for non-categorical significant users
                                                       Consistent     Inconsistent                 Compliance      Achieved
  No.                     Business Name                                                SNC *
                                                       Compliance     Compliance                   Schedule **    Compliance
           Beverage
   1       Nestle Waters North America                      X
           Food Processing
   1       Blue Diamond Growers                             X
   2       Campbell Soup Supply Company                                    X
   3       Kikkoman Foods, Inc.                                            X
           Miscellaneous
   1       State of California Central Plant                X
           Water Treatment
   1       Bryte Bend Water Treatment Plant                 X
   2       Sacramento County Water Agency                                  X
   3       Sacramento County Water Agency-                  X
           Vineyard WTP
   8                                         Total          5              3
 * SNC - Significant Non Compliance
 ** List compliance due date if on a schedule


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SECTION 5. CLASS II (NON-SIGNIFICANT) USER PROGRAMS

Class II users are permitted under the pretreatment program primarily for rate recovery or
some specific concern with the wastewater discharge that SRCSD has determined needs to be
monitored or regulated by a discharge permit. These users are not classified under the
Federal pretreatment program as categorical or significant. In addition, the waste streams are
typically of a conventional nature and do not contain significant levels of metals or toxic
organics that would pose a threat to the sewer system. Class II users include the following:
     Non-Significant Users (NSU), including Zero Dischargers
     Groundwater Remediation Dischargers
     Temporary Dischargers
     Liquid Waste Haulers
     Dry Cleaners
     Surface Cleaners

Inspection Activities

Periodic inspections of most users are performed at varying frequencies. Routine inspections
are standard compliance evaluation inspections and include a review of industrial processes
discharging to the sewer, sampling protocol, spill prevention and waste minimization
measures, pretreatment equipment and practices, etc. Inspection frequencies vary
depending on the permit program. Class II non-significant users, dry cleaner, and
groundwater remediation permittees are generally inspected once during each permit cycle;
currently three years. In place of inspecting Liquid Waste Haulers, periodic sampling and
audits are performed in order to evaluate whether adequate recordkeeping is maintained and
that manifest submittals are accurate. More frequent inspections for all permitted users are
performed on a case-by-case basis.

Sampling Activities

Class II sampling activities are predominantly performed for pollutant accounting and rate
recovery (BOD and TSS) for non-significant user and groundwater remediation permits. In
addition, permitted users may be required to sample for specific constituents based on
suspected presence in process wastewater. During 2011, sampling for ammonia and TKN
was performed as part of the SRCSD rate and fee study (refer to Section 7).

Sampling of Liquid Waste Haulers is periodically performed by WSCS as a spot check to ensure
only approved waste is discharged and to continually update rate recovery and pollutant
accounting information. Dry Cleaner sites have no sample requirements since there is a
general prohibition against solvent waste discharges in every permit. However, WSCS may
sample if inspections determine potential for illicit solvent discharge. Surface Cleaners are not
sampled as their waste is relatively small in terms of volume and pollutant loading.

Enforcement Response

WSCS uses the same enforcement response guide for Class II (Non-Significant) User
noncompliance as is used for Significant Users. Refer to Section 4 for a description.
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During 2011 there were no restrictions of flow or disconnection from discharge for Class II
Users.

Annual newspaper notices are published containing names of any dischargers that are
designated as significant violators during each year per requirements of 40 CFR 403.8. A copy
of the publication for 2011 is included in Appendix 2.

Enforcement actions and compliance status for Class II Users are summarized in tables 5.5
(Non-Significant Users), 5.10 (Groundwater Remediation Permits), 5.15 (Liquid Waste
Haulers), and 5.18 (Dry Cleaners).

5.1 Class II Non-Significant Users

The following tables summarize the general status of Class II Non-Significant Users.

Table 5.1 Listing of class II non-significant users
 No.                Business Name                              Street                    City          Zip
       Zero Discharge (If discharged to sewer would be 40 CFR 433)
 1     AAA Plating                                   2081 Rene Ave Bldg C          Sacramento        95838
 2     Art Foundry, Inc                              1021 R Street                 Sacramento        95811
 3     CA Department of Forestry & Fire Protection 5500 Price Ave Bldg 879         McClellan         95652
 4     California Institute of Jewelry Training      5805 Windmill Way             Carmichael        95608
 5     Capitol Steel Products                        6331 Power Inn Rd Unit B      Sacramento        95824
 6     Class A Powdercoat                            8538 Tiogawoods Dr            Sacramento        95828
 7     Cutting Edge Supply dba Chrome Craft          5950 88th St                  Sacramento        95828
 8     Frostad Atelier, Inc.                         5225 Luce Ave #243-C          McClellan         95652
 9     JA Brass Polishing                            2635 Land Ave                 Sacramento        95815
 10    Kona Gold Plating                             9225 Sungold Way              Sacramento        95826
 11    Military Aircraft Parts dba Gold River Metal  3806 Security Park Dr         Rancho Cordova    95742
       Finishing
 12    Pacific Powder Coating, Inc                   8637 23rd Ave                 Sacramento        95826
 13    Powder Technology                             805 Reading St Unit E         Folsom            95630
 14    River City Gold                               3319 Fitzgerald Rd Ste 11     Rancho Cordova    95742
 15    Sherm's Custom Plating                        2140 Acoma St                 Sacramento        95815
       Beverage
  1    Coca-Cola Bottling Co.                        2200 Stockton Blvd            Sacramento        95817
  2    Culligan Water                                1200 Arden Way                Sacramento        95815
  3    DS Waters of America Inc.                     8631 Younger Creek Dr         Sacramento        95828
  4    Gekkeikan Sake USA Inc.                       1136 Sibley St                Folsom            95630
  5    Nor-Cal Beverage Company, Inc                 2286 Stone Blvd               West Sacramento   95691
  6    Pepsi Beverages Company                       7550 Reese Rd                 Sacramento        95828
  7    Seven-up Bottling Co., Inc.                   2670 Land Ave                 Sacramento        95815
       Commercial Laundry
  1    Angelica Textile Services                     8360 Belvedere Ave            Sacramento        95826
  2    Shasta Linen Supply                           1931 E St                     Sacramento        95811
  3    Spectrum of Sacramento                        9980 Horn Rd                  Sacramento        95827
       Commercial
  1    Aerojet Commercial                            Highway 50 and Aerojet Road   Rancho Cordova    95813
  2    Air Products Manufacturing Co                 5025 83rd St                  Sacramento        95826
  3    Raging Waters, Sacramento                     1600 Exposition Blvd          Sacramento        95815
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Table 5.1 Listing of class II non-significant users (continued)
 No.                 Business Name                             Street              City          Zip
       Commercial (continued)
  4    Sacramento International Airport             6900 Airport Boulevard   Sacramento        95837
       Dairy
  1    H.P. Hood, LLC                               8340 Belvedere Ave       Sacramento        95826
  2    Vitafreze Frozen Confections                 1210 66th Street         Sacramento        95819
       Food Processing
  1    Bimbo Bakeries USA                           10115 Iron Rock Way      Elk Grove         95625
  2    Earthgrains Company                          3211 6th Ave             Sacramento        95817
  3    Huong Lan Food Production, Inc               3122 20th Ave            Sacramento        95820
  4    Interstate Brands Co.                        1324 Arden Way           Sacramento        95815
  5    LIG Partners, LLC                            8425 Carbide Ct          Sacramento        95828
  6    Mary Ann's Baking Company, Inc               8371 Carbide Ct          Sacramento        95828
  7    Pacific Seafood Company                      1420 W National Dr       Sacramento        95834
  8    Raley's Production Bakery                    3925 Seaport Blvd 110    West Sacramento   95691
  9    Sacramento Bishops Storehouse & Cannery      8401 24th Ave            Sacramento        95826
       Industrial Laundry
  1    American Linen Supply                        3391 Lanatt St           Sacramento        95819
  2    Ameripride Uniform Services                  7620 Wilbur Way          Sacramento        95828
  3    Aramark Services Inc.                        1419 National Drive      Sacramento        95834
  4    Cintas Corporation                           1231 National Dr         Sacramento        95834
  5    G&K Services                                 5900 Alder Avenue        Sacramento        95828
  6    Mission Linen Supply                         7520 Reese Rd            Sacramento        95827
       Landfill
  1    Kiefer Landfill                              12701 Kiefer Blvd        Sloughouse        95827
  2    L and D Landfill                             8635 Fruitridge Rd       Sacramento        95826
       Miscellaneous
  1    California Exposition & State Fair           1600 Exposition Blvd     Sacramento        95852
  2    International Paper                          10268 Waterman Rd        Elk Grove         95624
  3    Kinder / Morgan SFPP, LP                     2901 Bradshaw Rd         Sacramento        95827
  4    Linde LLC                                    5858 88th St.            Sacramento        95828
  5    Pacific Adhesives                            8670 23rd Ave            Sacramento        95826
  6    PSC Environmental, LLC (GEM of Rancho        11855 White Rock Rd      Rancho Cordova    95742
       Cordova, LLC)
 7     Purolator Advanced Filtration Group Inc.     8314 Tiogawoods Dr       Sacramento        95828
 8     Rio Cosumnes Correctional Center             12500 Bruceville Rd      Elk Grove         95758
 9     UC Davis Medical Center                      2315 Stockton Blvd       Sacramento        95817
 10    Visions Paint Recycling                      4481 Kilzer Avenue       McClellan         95652
       Water Treatment Plant
 1     California American Water - WTP015           Multiple Locations       Sacramento
 2     California American Water - WTP016           13994 Island View Way    Walnut Grove      95690
 3     Carmichael Water District                    3501 Bajamont Way        Carmichael        95608
 4     City of Sacramento Department of Utilities   101 Bercut Dr            Sacramento        95814
 5     Elk Grove Water District                     9715 Railroad St         Elk Grove         95624
 6     Fruitridge Vista Water Company               6016 37th Street         Sacramento        95824
 7     Golden State Water Company                   11200 Coloma Rd          Rancho Cordova    95670
 65    Total




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Table 5.2 Changes in listing of class II non-significant users
                                                  Rescind              Issue
             Business Name                                                                                      Remarks
                                                  Permit              Permit
 L&D Landfill                                                        11/1/11         Converted from Temporary to Class II NSU
 Sacramento International Airport                                    9/30/11         New commercial site permitted for billing
 * Additional changes related to streamlining and reclassification of users are detailed in Section 7


Table 5.3 Compliance sampling activities for class II non-significant users (not including pH)
                                                                                    Self                  District
                             Business Name                                       Monitoring             Monitoring
                                                                                 # Samples              # Samples
Industrial Laundry
Aramark Services Inc.                                                                    4                  1
Mission Linen Supply                                                                     4                  1
American Linen Supply                                                                    2                  1
Ameripride Uniform Services                                                              4                  1
Cintas Corporation                                                                       4                  1
G&K Services                                                                             4                  1
Landfill
L and D Landfill                                                                         2                  -
Kiefer Landfill                                                                          2                  -
Miscellaneous
Kinder / Morgan SFPP, LP                                                                2                   -
PSC Environmental, LLC (GEM of Rancho Cordova, LLC)                                     6                   -


Table 5.4 Inspection activities for class II non-significant users
                                                          Inspection            Inspection
   No.                Business Name                                                                                  Conclusions
                                                             Date                  Type
             Zero Discharge (If discharged to sewer would be 40 CFR 433)
    1        Art Foundry, Inc                   12/15/2011    Routine                               User required to submit past due water
                                                                                                    use reports and copy of most recent
                                                                                                    hazardous waste manifest, if disposed.
                                                                                                    NOV issued. Compliance pending.
    2        California Institute of Jewelry              11/9/2011          Routine                In compliance. User required to cover
             Training                                                                               floor drain in process area. User made
                                                                                                    changes.
    3        Capitol Steel Products                       2/8/2011           Routine                In compliance. User determined
                                                                                                    appropriate for reclassification to Class II
                                                                                                    Zero.
                                                         11/29/2011          Routine                In compliance
    4        Military Aircraft Parts dba                 6/21/2011           Routine                In compliance
             Gold River Metal Finishing
    5        Pacific Powder Coating, Inc                  4/27/2011          Routine                In compliance. User determined
                                                                                                    appropriate for reclassification to Class II
                                                                                                    Zero.
    6        River City Gold                              4/7/2011           Routine                In compliance. User required to change
                                                                                                    storage location of acid. User made
                                                                                                    changes.
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Table 5.4 Inspection activities for class II non-significant users (continued)
                                               Inspection         Inspection
  No.               Business Name                                                               Conclusions
                                                  Date               Type
           Beverage
   1       Pepsi Beverages Company             1/12/2011        Sample Point    In compliance
           Dairy
   1       H.P. Hood, LLC                      1/11/2011        Sample Point    In compliance. User required to make
                                                                                various changes to sample equipment.
                                                                                User made changes.
                                                4/5/2011        Routine         In compliance
           Food Processing
   1       Mary Ann's Baking Company,          6/15/2011        Routine         In compliance. User required to adjust
           Inc                                                                  sample program to flow paced
                                                                                production hour, and use EPA approved
                                                                                methods for analysis. User made
                                                                                changes.
   2       Pacific Seafood Company             6/20/2011        Routine         In compliance
           Miscellaneous
   1       International Paper                 7/13/2011        Routine         In compliance
   2       Purolator Advanced Filtration       10/28/2011       Routine         In compliance
           Group Inc.
   3       Visions Paint Recycling             7/28/2011        Routine         In compliance. User required to submit
                                                                                Sampling Plan, Pretreatment SOP, and
                                                                                Slug Control Plan. User submitted all
                                                                                documents.
           Water Treatment
   1       California American Water -       12/2&12/2011       Sample Point    In compliance
           WTP016
   2       Carmichael Water District           5/17/2011        Routine         In compliance. User required to submit
                                                                                updated process flow diagram and cover
                                                                                floor drains.
   3       Fruitridge Vista Water              7/12/2011        Routine         In compliance. User required to develop,
           Company                                                              document and implement a pH meter
                                                                                calibration procedure.


Table 5.5 Class II non-significant user enforcement actions
                                                                                        Standard              Monetary
                             Type Of                        Reason For Violation /
       Business Name                       Date Issued                                  Violated               Penalty
                              Action                              Remarks
                                                                                      (Federal/Local)         (Amount)
 Art Foundry, Inc             WRN          3/16/2011       Late report                    Local                None
                              NOV          6/15/2011       Late report                    Local                None
                              NOV          10/31/2011      Late report                    Local                None
 City of Sacramento           WRN          11/28/2011      Late report                    Local                None
 WTP
 Coca-Cola Bottling Co.       NOV          5/12/2011       pH exceedence                 Federal               None
 H.P. Hood, LLC               NOV          11/15/2011      pH exceedence                 Federal               None
 LIG Partners, LLC            NOV          8/22/2011       pH exceedence                 Federal               None


 Mary Ann's Baking            NOV          3/17/2011       Late report                    Local                None
 Company, Inc

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Table 5.5 Class II non-significant user enforcement actions (continued)
                                                                                             Standard             Monetary
                              Type Of                        Reason For Violation /
       Business Name                        Date Issued                                      Violated              Penalty
                               Action                              Remarks
                                                                                         (Federal/Local)          (Amount)
 Pacific Seafood                NOV         3/25/2011       Failure to provide flow            Local               None
 company                                                    metering
 Rio Cosumnes                   WRN         11/28/2011      Late report                        Local               None
 Correctional Center
 Sacramento Bishops             NOV         2/10/2011       pH exceedence                    Federal               None
 Storehouse & Cannery
                                                          Acronym Key
 ACL - Administrative Civil Liability                           ENO- Enforcement Order
 CMO - Compliance Order                                         NOV - Notice of Violation
 CND - Cease & Desist                                           SCO - Show Cause Order
 CNO - Consent Order                                            WRN - Warning Letter
 COR - Correction Notice                                        NA – not applicable

5.2 Groundwater Remediation Dischargers

The groundwater remediation discharge permit program was developed to administer
permits for the discharge of non-hazardous wastewater as a result of groundwater
remediation primarily related to leaking underground storage tanks, solvent, or other
contamination problems. These discharges vary from continuous to batch discharge types,
and may last for several years, but are not anticipated to be permanently connected to the
sewer system. Users must apply for and receive a permit prior to any discharge.

Under this program, approximately 153 million gallons of remediation wastewater were
discharged to the sewer in 2011. Listings of permitted dischargers are presented in the
following tables.

Table 5.6 Listing of groundwater remediation permits
           Permit
  No.                                   Business Name                           Street                     City         Zip
          Number
   1      GRW-003      Curtis Park Village                             3675 West Pacific Ave.      Sacramento         95818
                       S Thomas Enterprises of Sacramento, LLC
   2      GRW-009                                                      501 Jibboom St.             Sacramento         95814
                       (The Railyards)
   3      GRW-011      U.S. Army                                       8201 Santa Cruz St.         Sacramento         95828
   4      GRW-012      ARCADIS US, Inc. (PG&E Sacramento)              2000 Front St.              Sacramento         95818
   5      GRW-017      Paratransit, Inc.                               1931 30th St.               Sacramento         95816
   6      GRW-018      Ultramar, Inc., Former Beacon 12429             6625 Franklin Blvd.         Sacramento         95823
                       Air Force Real Property Agency (AFRPA
   7      GRW-021                                                      3730 Neely Way              Mather             95655
                       Mather)
                       Air Force Real Property Agency (AFRPA
   8      GRW-023                                                      3411 Olson St.              McClellan          95652
                       McClellan)
   9      GRW-026      Former Wonder Gasoline                          2025 Broadway               Sacramento         95818
                       ExxonMobil Oil Corporation, Former
  10     GRW-027*                                                      4011 Freeport Blvd.         Sacramento         95822
                       Exxon RS 70121
                       City of Sacramento, Department of
  11      GRW-030                                                      2450 Meadowview Rd.         Sacramento         95832
                       General Services (2450 Meadowview Rd)
                       Sacramento Area Sewer District (SASD
  12      GRW-032                                                      7131 Governors Circle       Sacramento         95827
                       Well 64 Governors Circle)

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Table 5.6 Listing of groundwater remediation permits (continued)
           Permit
  No.                                   Business Name                                 Street                 City            Zip
          Number
  13      GRW-038       Valley Convenience Stores, Inc.                      500 East Bidwell St.      Folsom            95630
  14      GRW-040       Regent Mini-Mart                                     7900 Fruitridge Rd.       Sacramento        95820
  15      GRW-041       Yellow Cab Company                                   900 Richards Blvd.        Sacramento        95811
  16      GRW-045       United Gas and Food                                  1481 Meadowview Rd.       Sacramento        95832
  17      GRW-047       Speed Bird, Inc.                                     4901 47th Ave.            Sacramento        95824
  18      GRW-050       Epoch Truck Stop                                     4790 West Capitol Ave.    W. Sacramento     95691
  19      GRW-051       TARP Facility                                        1701 South River Rd.      W. Sacramento     95691
  20      GRW-053       Sacramento Rug Works                                 1308 65th St.             Sacramento        95819
  21      GRW-055       Former Siu's Auto Service                            2401 16th St.             Sacramento        95818
  22      GRW-057       Former Darpetro Service Station                      2434 West Capitol Ave.    W. Sacramento     95691
*site closed

Table 5.7 Changes in listing of groundwater remediation permits
                                                         Rescind             Issue
              Site/Facility Name                                                                       Remarks
                                                         Permit             Permit
 GRW-026, Former Wonder Gasoline                                           4/1/2011     Site opened
 GRW-027, ExxonMobil Oil Corporation,                                                   Changed remediation plan, no longer
                                                         7/31/11
 Former Exxon RS 70121                                                                  discharging.


Table 5.8 Compliance sampling activities for groundwater remediation permits*
          Permit                                                                                                       Self
  No.                                         Business Name                               Type of Monitoring
          Number                                                                                                     Monitoring
                       S Thomas Enterprises of Sacramento, LLC (The                   chlorinated VOCs SVOCs             1
   1     GRW-009
                       Railyards)
   2     GRW-011       U.S. Army                                                      chlorinated VOCs                   9
   3     GRW-012       ARCADIS US, Inc. (PG&E Sacramento)                             SVOCs (PAHs)                       7
   4     GRW-017       Paratransit, Inc.                                              Petroleum constituents             6
   5     GRW-018       Ultramar, Inc., Former Beacon 12429                            Petroleum constituents             2
   6     GRW-021       Air Force Real Property Agency (AFRPA Mather)                  VOCs, diesel                       1
   7     GRW-023       Air Force Real Property Agency (AFRPA McClellan)               VOCs, SVOCs, metals                2
   8     GRW-026       Former Wonder Gasoline                                         Petroleum constituents             6
   9     GRW-027       ExxonMobil Oil Corporation, Former Exxon RS 70121              Petroleum constituents             3
                       City of Sacramento, Department of General Services             Petroleum constituents,            1
  10     GRW-030
                       (2450 Meadowview Rd)                                           halogenated solvent
                       Sacramento Area Sewer District (SASD Well 64                   Tetrachloroethylene                7
  11     GRW-032
                       Governors Circle)
  12     GRW-038       Valley Convenience Stores, Inc.                                Petroleum constituents            12
  13     GRW-040       Regent Mini-Mart                                               Petroleum constituents            12
  14     GRW-047       Speed Bird, Inc.                                               Petroleum constituents            4
                                                                                      Petroleum constituents,           12
  15     GRW-051 TARP Facility
                                                                                      diesel
  16     GRW-053 Sacramento Rug Works                                                 Petroleum constituents             4
                                                                                      Petroleum constituents,            6
  17     GRW-055 Former Siu's Auto Service                                            diesel, tetrachloroethylene,
                                                                                      trichloroethylene
 *Four remaining unlisted GRW permits had no discharge during 2011 thus no sampling




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Table 5.9 Inspection activities for groundwater remediation permits
 No.     Permit        Business Name                  Inspection   Inspection     Conclusions
         Number                                       Date         Type
 1       GRW-012       ARCADIS US, Inc. (PG&E         10/18/11     Routine        In compliance.
                       Sacramento)
 2       GRW-030       City of Sacramento,            9/27/11      Routine        In compliance.
                       Department of General
                       Services (2450
                       Meadowview Rd)
 3       GRW-055       Former Siu's Auto Service      3/30/11      Start-up       In compliance. First inspection of
                                                                   Inspection     new equipment after long period
                                                                                  of no discharge. WSCS requested
                                                                                  flow and LEL meter declarations,
                                                                                  and updated drawing.
 4       GRW-026       Former Wonder Gasoline         6/23/11      Start-up       In compliance. First inspection of
                                                                   Inspection     new equipment after long period
                                                                                  of no discharge. WSCS requested
                                                                                  flow and LEL meter declarations.
 5       GRW-040       Regent Mini-Mart               5/19/11      Routine        In compliance
 6       GRW-047       Speed Bird, Inc.               7/20/11      Routine        In compliance.


Table 5.10 Groundwater remediation permit enforcement actions
                                                                                       Standard        Monetary
                               Type Of       Date        Reason For Violation /
       Business Name                                                                   Violated         penalty
                                Action      Issued             Remarks
                                                                                     (Federal/Local)   (Amount)
 Paratransit, Inc.               NOV       10/11/11      Exceeded limit for              Local            None
                                                         toluene
 Speed Bird, Inc.                NOV       7/22/11       Failed to sample TPH-d          Local            None
 United Gas and Food            WRN        3/14/11       Late Report                     Local            None
 United Gas and Food             NOV       1/12/11       Late Report                     Local            None
                                                     Acronym Key
 ACL - Administrative Civil Liability                    ENO- Enforcement Order
 CMO - Compliance Order                                  NOV - Notice of Violation
 CND - Cease & Desist                                    SCO - Show Cause Order
 CNO - Consent Order                                     WRN - Warning Letter
 COR - Correction Notice                                 NA – not applicable




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5.3 Temporary Dischargers

WSCS administers the Temporary Discharge Permit (TDP) program to control the disposal of
miscellaneous quantities and types of wastewater discharged to the sewer on a short term,
temporary basis. Users must submit an application and receive a permit or Letter of
Authorization (LOA) from WSCS prior to any discharge. Discharge limits and reporting
requirements in TDPs vary depending on the origin and characteristics of the wastewater.

The following table summarizes temporary permits issued in 2011 by wastewater type:

Table 5.11 Summary of temporary discharges by type
            No.          Type
             7           Chlorinated Water
             1           Construction Dewatering
             2           Diesel
             6           Gas
            11           Other
             2           Tetrachloroethylene
            29           TOTAL

5.4 Liquid Waste Haulers

A complete listing of liquid-waste haulers permitted through SRCSD’s program in 2011 is
presented in following tables. Hauled liquid waste consists of septage, grease trap waste,
portable toilet waste, municipal agency vactor wastewater, and miscellaneous hauled waste
from commercial sumps or permitted users. Disposal of hauled waste generated outside of
SRCSD’s service area is generally prohibited with exceptions for special case-by-case
evaluations for individual businesses or agencies.

Table 5.12 Summary of liquid waste hauler permits by type
      No.                                Type                                          Remarks
      6           Agency                                             Vactor storm and sewer lines
      4           Contractor                                         Haul for permitted users
      3           Permitted User                                     Permitted users with their own trucks
      39          Septic Tank - Portable Toilet - Grease Trap        Standard hauler



Table 5.13 Liquid waste hauler program listing
                           Company                                                     Site Address
 A & A Portables Inc.                                           201 Roscoe Road , Modesto 95357
 AAA Pipeline Inspection, Inc.                                  7664 Old Auburn Road , Citrus Heights 95610
 Absolute Portable Services                                     7333 30th Street , North Highlands 95660
 Ace Plumbing, Heating & Air                                    3011 Academy Way , Sacramento 95815
 Advanced Septic Pumping Service                                6513 Auburn Blvd , Citrus Heights 95621
 All Cal Services LLC                                           6155 27th Street, Suite B, Sacramento 95822
 American Concrete Washouts                                     8620 Antelope Rd North , Antelope 95843
 American Land & Leisure                                        11000 Ice House Road , Pollock Pines 95726
 APS Environmental, Inc.                                        6643 32nd Street #103, North Highlands 95660
 Area Restroom Solutions Inc.                                   6511 32nd Street , North Highlands 95660
 Brasher's Sacramento Auto Auction, Inc.                        6233 Blacktop Road , Rio Linda 95673
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Table 5.13 Liquid waste hauler program listing (continued)
                            Company                                                     Site Address
 Cal Sierra Construction, Inc.                                  5904 Van Alstine Avenue , Carmichael 95608
 California Tank Lines, Inc.                                    3105 S. El Dorado Street , Stockton 95206
 California Waste Water Management, Inc.                        6801 W 6th Street , Rio Linda 95673
 Carter L. Youngblood dba ABC Sanitation                        700 Sutter Street , West Sacramento 95691
 Chere Charles Cost-U-Less Pumping Service                      2208 Manchester Street , West Sacramento 95691
 Chuck's Septic Inc. DBA Chuck's & Auburn Septic                4504 Yankee Hill Court #200, Rocklin 95677
 City of Citrus Heights                                         6237 Fountain Square Drive , Citrus Heights 95621
 City of Sacramento Wastewater Collection                       5730 24th Street Bldg. #20, Sacramento 95822
 City of West Sacramento Public Works Department                1951 South River Road , West Sacramento 95691
 Coastline Water Resources, Inc.                                4009 Vista Park Court , Sacramento 95834
 Cook's Portable Toilets & Septic, LLC                          1402 Riosa Road , Lincoln 95648
 County of Sacramento Water Resources (Drainage)                10151 Florin Road , Sacramento 95829
 Curt's Pumping & Septic                                        5721 Tupelo Drive , Sacramento 95842
 Delta Oilfield Services, Inc.                                  1201 E Kentucky Avenue , Woodland 95776
 E.W. Carroll & Sons, Inc. DBA ABC Service                      205 22nd Street , Sacramento 95816
 Elk Grove Waste Management                                     7024 McComber Street , Sacramento 95828
 Environmental Pumping Service                                  10241 Golden Meadow Circle , Salinas 93907
 Howard's Grease Trap Pumping                                   10831 Calvine Road , Sacramento 95830
 J.R.'s Portable Sanitation                                     1447 Kilaga Springs Road , Lincoln 95648
 JMS Industries DBA Johnson's Mobile Solutions                  3785 Cincinnati Avenue , Rocklin 95765
 Lamar A-1 Septic Service, Inc.                                 7334 West 4th Street , Rio Linda 95673
 Lance Soares, Inc. DBA Clean Sweep Environmental, Inc.         4235 Duluth Avenue Suite A, Rocklin 95765
 National Construction Rentals, Inc.                            6833 32nd Street , North Highlands 95660
 Nilfisk Advance, Inc.                                          1845 W. 1st Street #101, Tempe 85281
 Nor Cal Pipeline Services                                      1459 Market Street , Yuba City 95991
 NOR CAL Portable Services                                      13145 Murphy Avenue , San Martin 95046
 PSC Environmental, LLC (GEM of Rancho Cordova, LLC)            11855 White Rock Rd , Rancho Cordova 95742
 Ramos Environmental Services, Inc.                             1515 S River Road , West Sacramento 95691
 Reliable Septic                                                49th Street Lot 17, McClellan 95652
 River Rats Septic and Plumbing Services and Portable Toilets   14261 Railroad Avenue , Walnut Grove 95690
 Russell Warner, Inc. DBA Roto-Rooter Plumbers                  2551 Albatross Way , Sacramento 95815
 S&C Septic Service, Inc. DBA G&C Septic Tank Service           12851 Stockton Boulevard , Galt 95632
 Sacramento Area Sewer District (SASD)                          10060 Goethe Road , Sacramento 95827
 Sacramento County Dental Health Program                        9333 Tech Center Drive #800, Sacramento 95826
 Sacramento County Department of Transportation                 4100 Traffic Way , Sacramento 95827
 Sacramento County Department of Transportation                 4100 Traffic Way , Sacramento 95827
 (Stormwater)
 Sacramento County Water Agency                                 3847 Branch Center Road, Trailer #1 , Sacramento 95827
 Sacramento Regional Transit                                    2051 Evergreen Street , Sacramento 95815
 Sacramento Rendering Co. DBA SRC Pumping Co.                   11350 Kiefer Boulevard Sacramento 95830
 Salvador Gonzalez DBA SGLC, Inc.                               217 4th Street Galt 95632
 Sweet Septic Systems, Inc.                                     25443 N Hwy 99 Acampo 95220
 United Site Services, Inc.                                     360 North 10th Street Sacramento 95811
 Waste Management                                               8761 Younger Creek Drive Sacramento 95828


Table 5.14 Changes in listing of the liquid waste hauler program
                                                 Permit
                User Name                                         Permit Issued               Remarks
                                                Rescinded
 Absolute Portable Services                      4/30/11                           Permit closed at user request
 American Land & Leisure                        11/30/11                           Permit closed at user request
 Sweet Septic Systems, Inc.                     11/30/11                           Permit closed at user request


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Table 5.14 Changes in listing of the liquid waste hauler program (continued)
                                                 Permit
                  User Name                                     Permit Issued                 Remarks
                                                Rescinded
 County of Sacramento Water Resources            3/31/11                            Permit terminated due to
 (Drainage)                                                                         closure of solids pad
 Sacramento Area Sewer District (SASD)           3/31/11                            Permit terminated due to
                                                                                    closure of solids pad
 City of Sacramento Wastewater Collection        3/31/11                            Permit terminated due to
                                                                                    closure of solids pad
 Veolia Environmental Services dba J.F.          3/31/11                            Permit terminated due to
 Pacific Liners Inc.                                                                closure of solids pad
 City of West Sacramento Public Works            3/31/11                            Permit terminated due to
 Department                                                                         closure of solids pad
 Sacramento County Water Agency                  3/31/11                            Permit terminated due to
                                                                                    closure of solids pad

Table 5.15 Liquid waste hauler permit enforcement actions
                                                                                          Standard        Monetary
                                    Type Of     Date       Reason For Violation /
         Company Name                                                                     Violated         Penalty
                                     Action    Issued            Remarks
                                                                                        (Federal/Local)   (Amount)
 All Cal Services LLC                   WRN   3/23/11    delinquent account;                Local              None
 APS Environmental, Inc.                NOV   9/20/11    unauthorized discharge of          Local              None
                                                         "other" type of waste
 APS Environmental, Inc.                NOV   10/18/11   unauthorized discharge of          Local              None
                                                         out-of-County waste
 Chere Charles Cost-U-Less              WRN   10/26/11   delinquent account                 Local              None
 Pumping Service
 Delta Oilfield Services, Inc.          WRN    6/1/11    delinquent account                 Local              None
 Delta Oilfield Services, Inc.          WRN   11/1/11    delinquent account                 Local              None
 E.W. Carroll & Sons, Inc.              WRN   7/26/11    delinquent account                 Local              None
 DBA ABC Service
 E.W. Carroll & Sons, Inc.              WRN   12/27/11   delinquent account                 Local              None
 DBA ABC Service
 Lance Soares, Inc. DBA                 WRN    6/1/11    delinquent account                 Local              None
 Clean Sweep
 Environmental, Inc.
 River Rats Septic and                  NOV   2/16/11    discharge without a                Local              None
 Plumbing Services and                                   permit 2/4/11 and 2/5/11
 Portable Toilets
 United Site Services, Inc.             NOV    5/4/11    unauthorized discharge of          Local              None
                                                         out-of-County waste
 United Site Services, Inc.             NOV    9/1/11    unauthorized vehicle,              Local              None
                                                         failure to submit route
                                                         sheets, unauthorized
                                                         signature
 United Site Services, Inc.             WRN   11/1/11    delinquent account                 Local              None
                                                    Acronym Key
 ACL - Administrative Civil Liability                      ENO- Enforcement Order
 CMO - Compliance Order                                    NOV - Notice of Violation
 CND - Cease & Desist                                      SCO - Show Cause Order
 CNO - Consent Order                                       WRN - Warning Letter
 COR - Correction Notice                                   NA – not applicable


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5.5 Dry Cleaners

SRCSD’s regulatory program for Dry Cleaners consists of issuing "zero discharge" permits to
all dry cleaners in the service area using solvent-based machines on-site. The permits
prohibit the discharge of wastewater to the sewer containing dry cleaning solvents. As of
December 31, 2011 the dry cleaner program had 90 active permits.

Table 5.16 Listing of dry cleaners and inspections performed
                                                                                        Inspection Date
    Permit #                 Company                    Address
                                                                                  2009        2010      2011
   1     DRY002   Alhambra Cleaners       1000 Alhambra Blvd, Sacramento                              2/15/11
   2     DRY003   Aloha Cleaners          3309 Julliard Dr, Sacramento                                12/5/11
   3     DRY004   American Cleaners       639 E Bidwell, Folsom                                       12/6/11
   4     DRY006   Arden Fair Cleaners     1717 Walnut Ave, Carmichael            6/12/09
   5     DRY007   Arden Plaza Cleaners    4373 Arden Way, Sacramento                                  5/10/11
   6     DRY008   Arnold Cleaners         4340 Arden Way, Sacramento                                  5/10/11
   7     DRY009   Best Cleaners           2201 Del Paso Blvd, Sacramento          7/6/09
   8     DRY011   Bill’s Cleaners         4102 Manzanita Ave, Carmichael         12/30/09
   9     DRY012   Brite Cleaners          7465 Rush River Dr #170, Sacramento               8/20/10
  10     DRY013   Camellia Cleaners       5901 Folsom Blvd, Sacramento                                2/15/11
  11     DRY014   Carousel Cleaners       5019 Stockton Blvd, Sacramento                    8/20/10
  12     DRY015   Choi's Cleaners         4856 San Juan Ave, Fair Oaks           10/9/09              12/6/11
  13     DRY016   Choice Cleaners         8399 Folsom Blvd #1, Sacramento                             2/15/11
  14     DRY017   Executive Cleaners      4405 Elkhorn Blvd, Sacramento                     6/24/10
  15     DRY018   Clean & Save            8130 Gerber Rd, Sacramento                                  12/5/11
  16     DRY019   Organic Cleaners        7250 Fair Oaks Blvd, Ste A, Carmichael 10/21/09
  17     DRY020   Tailor John Cleaners    8567 Elk Grove Blvd, Elk Grove          5/8/09
  18     DRY021   Cleaners 99             8451 Elk Grove Blvd #2, Elk Grove                            3/3/11
  19     DRY022   Cleaners Express        7600 Greenhaven Dr #7, Sacramento      6/17/09
  20     DRY027   Country Oaks Cleaners   8711 Elk Grove Blvd, Elk Grove                               3/3/11
  21     DRY028   Charles Cleaners        6051 Greenback Ln, Citrus Heights                  8/5/10 3/15/11
  22     DRY033   Curly's Cleaners        7424 Sunset Ave, Fair Oaks                       11/10/10
  23     DRY034   Custom Cleaners         7897 Walerga Rd #121,Antelope                               12/22/11
  24     DRY041   Elkhorn Cleaners        6705 Watt Ave, Ste B, North Highlands                       12/6/11
  25     DRY044   Fashion Cleaners        2458 Avalon Dr, Sacramento             6/12/09              12/5/11
  26     DRY045   Florin Cleaners         6612 Florin Rd, Sacramento,                       8/20/10
  27     DRY046   Folsom Cleaners         316 E Bidwell St, Folsom                                    11/15/11
  28     DRY047   Freeport Cleaners       2001 4th Ave, Sacramento                         12/13/10
  29     DRY049   Paradise Cleaners       8104 Auburn Blvd, Citrus Heights                            3/15/11
  30     DRY051   New Han's Cleaners      7117 Walerga Rd #4 Sacramento                               12/22/11
  31     DRY052   Hazel Cleaners          4309 Hazel Ave, Fair Oaks              12/29/09
  32     DRY053   Hillsdale Cleaners      5739 Hillsdale Blvd, Sacramento                   6/24/10
  33     DRY055   J & J Dry Cleaner       1385 Florin Rd, Sacramento             9/30/09
  34     DRY056   Judi's Cleaners Inc.    4005 Manzanita Ave #45, Carmichael 10/21/09
  35     DRY057   King’s Cleaners         8876 Vintage Park Dr #107,             4/10/09
                                          Sacramento
  36     DRY058   LCO Quality Cleaners    6955-A Stockton Blvd, Sacramento                            12/5/11
  37     DRY060   Land Park Cleaners      5862 South Land Park Dr, Sacramento 6/17/09                 12/6/11
  38     DRY061   Leibel’s Cleaners       10841 Olson Dr, Rancho Cordova                              12/6/11
  39     DRY062   Executive Cleaners      5412 Madison Ave, #100, Sacramento                          3/15/11
  40     DRY064   Mark’s Cleaners         5619 Freeport Blvd, Sacramento                    8/24/10
  41     DRY068   Mercury Cleaners        1419 16th St, Sacramento                         12/13/10
  42     DRY069   Moonlight Cleaners      9754 Elk Grove Florin Rd, Elk Grove     5/8/09
  43     DRY071   N.G. Cleaner            24988 Blue Ravine Rd #112, Folsom      9/21/09

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Table 5.16 Listing of dry cleaners and inspections performed (continued)
                                                                                                  Inspection Date
    Permit #                  Company                            Address
                                                                                              2009     2010       2011
  44        Highland Cleaners
         DRY075                                   7471 Watt Ave #110, North Highlands                           12/22/11
  45        Park Place Cleaners
         DRY076                                   705 E Bidwell St #1, Folsom                        11/23/10
  46        Paul’s Cleaners
         DRY077                                   7115 South Land Park Dr, Sacramento       6/17/09             12/5/11
  47        River Terrace Cleaners
         DRY081                                   2735 Riverside Blvd, Sacramento                    12/13/10
  48        Flamingo’s Cleaners
         DRY082                                   9416 Kiefer Blvd #8, Sacramento                               12/5/11
  49        YGJ Investment, Inc. DBA Sage
         DRY084                                                                                      12/17/10
                                                  1500 W El Camino Ave #7, Sacramento
            Cleaners
  50 DRY085 Save On Cleaners                      7612 Greenback Ln, Ste B, Citrus                      8/5/10
                                                  Heights
  51     DRY088   Service Cleaners                8875 Greenback Ln, Orangevale                                   3/15/11
  52     DRY091   Sun River Cleaners              9045 Fair Oaks Blvd #1, Carmichael        10/9/09
  53     DRY093   Stilson Brothers Cleaners       3519 Broadway, Sacramento                            12/13/10
  54     DRY094   All Seasons Cleaners            6705 Winding Way, Fair Oaks                          11/10/10
  55     DRY095   Sunriver Cleaners               7825 Sunrise Blvd, Citrus Heights         3/17/09               11/16/11
  56     DRY096   Sunrise Cleaners                7837 Madison Ave, Citrus Heights          12/29/09              12/1/11
  57     DRY097   Sunrise Old Auburn Cleaners     7601 Sunrise Blvd #15, Citrus Heights                           3/15/11
  58     DRY100   Superior Cleaners               5030 Laguna Blvd #104, Elk Grove          5/22/09
  59     DRY102   Swanson Cleaners                1620 W El Camino Ave #175,                           12/17/10 12/5/11
                                                  Sacramento
  60 DRY104 Swanson Cleaners                      7680 Greenback Ln, Citrus Heights                     8/5/10
  61 DRY111 Vogue Cleaners                        2864 Fulton Ave, Sacramento               6/12/09
  62 DRY112 Song & Hong Inc. DBA Willow           1011 E Bidwell St #120, Folsom                                  12/6/11
            Creek Cleaners
  63 DRY113 Woodard-Ficetti Cleaner & Dyers                                                            12/13/10
                                                  2201 J St, Sacramento
            Inc
  64 DRY115 A & W Cleaners                        3437 Arden Way, Sacramento                                      5/10/11
  65 DRY116 Laguna Village Cleaners               9141 E Stockton Blvd #210, Elk Grove                            3/3/11
  66 DRY117 Crystal Cleaners                      312 South Lexington Dr, Folsom            12/28/09
  67 DRY120 Dry Clean 4 U                         9372 Madison Ave #7, Orangevale                                 3/15/11
  68 DRY122 New Generation Cleaners               8359 Elk Grove-Florin Rd #111,            4/10/09
                                                  Sacramento
  69     DRY124   Silverado Cleaners              318 E Bidwell St, Folsom                                        11/15/11
  70     DRY126   Spotless Cleaners               4955 Marconi Ave, Ste B, Carmichael                  11/30/10
  71     DRY127   McKenry Drapery Service, Inc.   1020 Joellis Way, Sacramento                         11/30/10
  72     DRY128   Park Avenue Cleaners            7216 Laguna Blvd, Ste A, Elk Grove                              1/20/11
  73     DRY130   Prestige Cleaners               4333 Winters St, Sacramento                          12/17/10
  74     DRY132   Save On Cleaners #25            2310 Fair Oaks Blvd, Ste D,                          11/30/10
                                                  Sacramento
  75 DRY133 Fresh Cleaners at Natomas             4261 Truxel Rd, Ste A-1, Sacramento                  12/17/10
  76 DRY135 John's Cleaners                       4571 Gateway Park Blvd, C-4,               7/6/09
                                                  Sacramento
  77     DRY136   Boulevard French Cleaners       3331 Folsom Blvd, Sacramento              8/18/09
  78     DRY137   Masters Cleaners                8757 Elk Grove Blvd, Elk Grove                                  1/20/11
  79     DRY138   Green Nature Cleaners           9320 Elk Grove Blvd #165, Elk Grove                  12/8/10
  80     DRY140   Han’s Cleaners                  2050 Town Center Plaza, West                         11/30/10
                                                  Sacramento
  81 DRY141 Lowe Dollar Cleaners                  3069 West Capitol Ave, West                          11/30/10
                                                  Sacramento
  82     DRY142   El Rancho Cleaners              1331 Merkley Ave, West Sacramento                    11/30/10
  83     DRY143   Fresh Cleaners                  7119 Elk Grove Blvd #115, Elk Grove                             1/20/11
  84     DRY144   Lakeside Cleaners               9098 Laguna Main St, Elk Grove            5/22/09
  85     DRY145   K's Cleaners                    8145 Elk Grove Blvd #14, Elk Grove        5/8/09

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Table 5.16 Listing of dry cleaners and inspections performed (continued)
                                                                                                  Inspection Date
    Permit #                  Company                              Address
                                                                                             2009      2010       2011
  86     DRY146   Sterling Cleaners                  2417 Broadway, Sacramento              7/14/09
  87     DRY147   One Stop Cleaners                  187 Blue Ravine Rd #100, Folsom       12/28/09
  88     DRY148   East Sacramento Natural Cleaners   5600 H St. #110, Sacramento                      12/8/10
  89     DRY150   Capital Village Cleaners           7820 Fair Oaks Blvd, Carmichael                 11/10/10 3/15/11
  90     DRY151   Service Cleaners                   8920 Greenback Ln, Orangevale         12/30/09
  91     DRY152   Chase Cleaners                     6964 Sunrise Blvd, Citrus Heights               11/10/10
  92     DRY153   Fresh & Save Cleaner               4207 Elverta Rd #111, Antelope                  12/27/10
  93     DRY154   Fresh & Save Cleaner               8112 Sheldon Road #800, Elk Grove                           3/3/11
  94     DRY155   Hosanna Cleaners                   4700 Mack Road #4, Sacramento                               3/3/11
  95     DRY156   New World Cleaners                 4211 Arden Way, Sacramento                                 5/10/11
  96     DRY157   Newbold Cleaners                   9337 Greenback Ln, Orangevale                              11/15/11
  97     DRY158   Fresh Green Cleaners               1326 Fulton Ave, Sacramento                                12/5/11

Because the regulations for perchlorethylene (PCE) use in the dry cleaning industry have
become stricter and PCE dry cleaning machines are being phased out, an increase in store
closures was observed in 2011.

Table 5.17 Changes in the dry cleaner listing
                  User Name                Permit Closed     Permit Issued                    Remarks
 DRY118 Newbold Cleaners                      2/14/11                        Name changed
 DRY156 New World Cleaners                                     2/14/11       Formerly DRY118 Newbold Cleaners
 DRY002 Alhambra Cleaners                     2/15/11                        Business closed
 DRY150 Capital Village Cleaners              3/18/11                        Business closed
 DRY028 Charles Cleaners                      3/18/11                        Business closed
                                                                             Business closed; equipment moved to
 DRY062 Executive Cleaners                    3/18/11
                                                                             DRY017 Executive Cleaners
                                                                             Business closed; moved equipment to
 DRY088 Service Cleaners                      3/18/11
                                                                             DRY151 Service Cleaners
 DRY157 Newbold Cleaners                                       3/21/11       Formerly DRY121 Star Cleaners
                                                                             Business sold; changed to DRY157 Newbold
 DRY121 Star Cleaners                         3/21/11
                                                                             Cleaners
                                                                             Business sold; changed to DRY158 Fresh
 DRY005 Apollo Cleaners                       5/11/11
                                                                             Green Cleaners
 DRY158 Fresh Green Cleaners                                   5/11/11       Formerly DRY005 Apollo Cleaners
                                                                             Business sold; changed to DRY164 V-Max
 DRY080 River Cleaners                       10/24/11
                                                                             Cleaners
                                                                             Business sold; changed DRY162 Safe & Save
 DRY150 Capital City Cleaners                10/27/11
                                                                             Cleaners
 DRY003 Aloha Cleaners                       12/31/11                        Dry cleaning machine no longer on-site
 DRY007 Arden Plaza Cleaners                 12/31/11                        Phased out PCE; changed to wet cleaning
 DRY014 Carousel Cleaners                    12/31/11                        Phased out PCE; no longer dry cleaning
 DRY015 Choi’s Cleaners                      12/31/11                        Phased out PCE; no longer dry cleaning
 DRY018 Clean and Save                       12/31/11                        Phased out PCE; no longer dry cleaning
 DRY026 Country Club Cleaners                12/31/11                        Phased out PCE; changed to wet cleaning
 DRY044 Fashion Cleaners                     12/31/11                        Phased out PCE; no longer dry cleaning
 DRY082 Flamingo’s Cleaners                  12/31/11                        Phased out PCE; no longer dry cleaning
 DRY046 Folsom Cleaners                      12/31/11                        Phased out PCE; changed to wet cleaning

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Table 5.17 Changes in the dry cleaner listing (continued)
               User Name                   Permit Closed     Permit Issued                       Remarks
                                                                             Drop shop; equipment moved to DRY159
 DRY158 Fresh Green Cleaners                 12/31/11
                                                                             Fresh Green Cleaners
                                                                             Business sold due to PCE phase out; changed
 DRY099 Greenback Square Cleaners            12/31/11
                                                                             to DRY159 Fresh Green Cleaners
 DRY060 Land Park Cleaners                   12/31/11                        Phased out PCE; no longer dry cleaning
                                                                             Business closed; moved equipment to
 DRY077 Paul’s Cleaners                      12/31/11
                                                                             DRY160 Paul’s Cleaners
 DRY038 Rytina Fine Cleaners &                                               Business closed; moved to DRY083 Rytina
                                             12/31/11
 Launderers, Inc.                                                            Fine Cleaners and Launderers, Inc.
                                                                             Business sold; changed to DRY161 Sac Green
 DRY087 Save A Lot Cleaners                  12/31/11
                                                                             Cleaners
 DRY096 Sunrise Cleaners                     12/31/11                        Phased out PCE; no longer dry cleaning
 DRY097 Sunrise Old Auburn Cleaners          12/31/11                        Phased out PCE; changed to wet cleaning
 DRY102 Swanson Cleaners                     12/31/11                        Business closed


Table 5.18 Dry cleaner permit enforcement actions
                                                                                                   Standard     Monetary
                            Type of       Date                                                     Violated
    Company Name                                           Reason for Violation / Remarks                        Penalty
                            Action       Issued                                                     (Federal/
                                                                                                                (Amount)
                                                                                                      Local)
 American Cleaners            COR       12/9/11    Discharge of vacuum wastewater to sewer           Local       None
 Arnold Cleaners              NOV       1/26/11    Discharge of vacuum wastewater to the             Local       None
                                                   sewer and failure to provide hazardous
                                                   waste manifests
 Dry Clean 4 U                COR       12/27/11   Failure to provide hazardous waste                Local       None
                                                   manifests
 Fresh & Save Cleaner         COR       5/16/11    Inadequate spill protection for boiler room       Local       None
                                                   floor drain
 Fresh Cleaners at Elk        COR       11/17/11   Disposal of vacuum wastewater to sewer            Local       None
 Grove
 Hosanna Cleaners             COR       12/9/11    Discharge of vacuum wastewater to sewer           Local       None
 LCO Quality Cleaners         NOV       1/26/11    Discharge of vacuum wastewater to the             Local       None
                                                   sewer and failure to provide hazardous
                                                   waste manifests
 Leibel's Cleaners            COR       12/27/11   Failure to provide hazardous waste                Local       None
                                                   manifests
 Masters Cleaners             COR       5/16/11    Inadequate spill protection for boiler room       Local       None
                                                   floor drain
 New Han's Cleaners           COR       11/17/11   Disposal of vacuum wastewater to sewer            Local       None
 New World Cleaners           COR       12/9/11    Disposal of vacuum wastewater to sewer.           Local       None
 Newbold Cleaners             NOV       1/26/11    Discharge of vacuum wastewater to the             Local       None
                                                   sewer and failure to provide hazardous
                                                   waste manifests
                                                       Acronym Key
 ACL - Administrative Civil Liability                      ENO- Enforcement Order
 CMO - Compliance Order                                    NOV - Notice of Violation
 CND - Cease & Desist                                      SCO - Show Cause Order
 CNO - Consent Order                                       WRN - Warning Letter
 COR - Correction Notice                                   NA – not applicable


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 5.6 Surface Cleaners

The surface cleaner program was initiated in 2001. The program was established to regulate
the disposal to the sewer of wastewater generated during mobile surface cleaning of exterior
surfaces (for example, parking lots, building, or vehicles). Traditionally, this wastewater was
discharged untreated directly to storm drains and ultimately to surface waters.

The current program consists of issuing permits covering a three year period. Each permit
includes a list of Best Management Practices (BMPs) regarding collection and disposal of
generated wastewater. WSCS has 72 surface cleaners permitted under this program. The
surface cleaner business by nature is dynamic with considerable turnover and the listing of
users changes frequently. A current listing of permitted users can be obtained by contacting
WSCS.




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SECTION 6. INCIDENT RESPONSE ACTIVITIES

WSCS staff responds to miscellaneous incidents impacting the sewer system. Response can be
triggered by various sources including referrals from County Environmental Management
Department (EMD) staff, hazardous incident first responders, collection system operations and
maintenance staff, private businesses, or the general public. In addition, WSCS staff responds
when requested by the Sacramento Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant staff to investigate
the possibility of influent sources resulting in a treatment plant problem. WSCS also functions
as support staff for the Sacramento Area Sewer District (SASD) for incidents related to the
collection system. WSCS staff will typically perform a number of investigative practices which
can include collection system sampling, on-site inspection of suspect dischargers and related
follow-up. Sometimes the source of the problem remains undetermined, however, where
appropriate, enforcement actions are taken and corrective measures implemented. The
following is a summary of incident response activities for 2011.

Table 6.1 Incident response summary for 2011
   Date              Site                  Description                               Action
 SRWTP
 1/5/11,     SRWTP Final Effluent   High manganese on 1/5,      Cause determined to be slug loads of waste
 2/15/11                            manganese violations on     discharged from water treatment plants.
 2/16/11                            2/15 and 2/16               Immediate controls put in place to limit
                                                                manganese discharges from known sources.
 2/28-       SRWTP Final Effluent   Low fish survival in bio-   Investigation of industrial dischargers found no
 3/4/11                             assay                       positive link or likely cause related to this
                                                                incident.
 2/28/11     SRWTP Headworks        Rags                        Investigation of contributing agencies did not
                                                                reveal any sources.
 4/4-        SRWTP Final Effluent   Low fish survival in bio-   Investigation of industrial dischargers found no
 4/8/11                             assay                       positive link or likely cause related to this
                                                                incident.
 5/10/11     SRWTP Headworks        Manganese violation         Investigation of industrial dischargers found no
                                                                positive link or likely cause related to this
                                                                incident. Headworks loadings were normal.
 7/13/11     SRWTP Final Effluent   Bromodichloromethane        Investigation of industrial dischargers found no
                                    violation                   positive link or likely cause related to this
                                                                incident.
 12/5-       SRWTP Final Effluent   Failure of Fish bioassay,   Investigation of industrial dischargers found no
 12/9/111                           violation of monthly        positive link or likely cause related to this
                                    average limit for copper    incident.
 Conveyance System
 1/25/11    East Stockton           Debris/solids/oily          Inspected permitted users in the sewer shed
            Blvd./Grantline road,   material in sewer line.     and took samples from the sewer line. Source
            Elk Grove                                           of the material not found.
 3/17/11    4803 Minnesota          Chemical odor reported      Investigation pending
            Ave., Sacramento        from sewer
 3/24/11    1170 Kingsley St.,      Oily sediment in sewer      Source determined to be vehicle wash practice
            Sacramento                                          from Associated Concrete Pumping. Sewer
                                                                manhole sealed. Warning letter issued.
                                                                1/19/12 follow up inspection showed business
                                                                using good practice, sewer clean.
 6/20/11     Alpha Fired Arts       Report of ceramic waste     Inspection showed sewer free solids. Business
             4675 Aldona Lane,      dumped into sewer           disposing of wastes in a legal manner.
             Sacramento
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Table 6.1 Incident response summary for 2011 (continued)
   Date             Site                   Description                              Action
 Conveyance System (continued)
 7/29/11    3618 Omec Circle,        Storm water entering       NOV issued 12/28/11. Owner installed sealed
            Rancho Cordova           private sewer manhole      cover and is in compliance.
                                     from a vehicle wash
                                     station
 8/3/11      910 Stryker Ave.,       Anonymous caller           Investigation pending
             Sacramento              requested review of C&G
                                     Tool waste disposal
                                     practice
 Fats, Oils, and Grease (FOG)
 1/24/11       Riverbank Marina on   FOG interfering with       Conducted site visits, delivered FOG BMP
               Garden Highway        private pump station and   packets. Required follow-up confirmation of
                                     FOG accumulation in        working device and reporting of grease device
                                     local collection system    pumping from restaurant.
 8/26/11     Plaza with multiple     Sewer overflow in local    Conducted site visits, delivered FOG BMP
             tenants at East         collection system          packets and letters to restaurants. Required
             Parkway and Florin      prompted investigation     follow-up reporting of grease interceptor
             Rd                                                 pumping for one year from one tenant.




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SECTION 7. PROGRAM CHANGES, DEVELOPMENTS, AND UPDATES

Following is a summary description of significant changes, developments, and updates to the
SRCSD pretreatment program that occurred during 2011 and proposed for 2012.

Pretreatment Program Streamlining

The U.S. EPA promulgated the Streamlining for General Pretreatment Regulations for Existing
and New Sources of Pollution Rule (Rule), Federal Register/ Vol. 70, No. 198 in 2005 to allow
local Control Authorities greater flexibility in applying Pretreatment Regulations. The Rule
contains some voluntary provisions that allow for significant, though discretionary, reductions
in reporting, sampling, and inspection requirements for industries discharging to the POTW.
This creates opportunities for administrative simplification and cost savings for industries and
the local Control Authority.

In addition to all required changes, two voluntary parts of the Rule were selected for
implementation: Part A – Sampling for Pollutants not Present and Part K – Oversight of
Categorical Industrial Users. The reason for implementing these parts of the Rule is to increase
WSCS efficiency by applying an appropriate level of oversight to users that pose a minimal
threat to SRCSD and contributing agencies. Implementation of these parts took place January
1, 2011 coinciding with permit renewal of all permitted industrial users. In preparation for
implementation, WSCS performed extensive review of the rules, required policy changes,
possible impacts and risk mitigation, required document changes (including permit and Sewer
Use Ordinance), as well as internal and external outreach.

The following is a summary of changes occurring January 1, 2011. Due to the application of Part
K – Oversight of Categorical Users: seven CIUs were reclassified to MTCIU, and one CIU was
reclassified to NSCIU. To date, no users have requested streamlining under Part A – Sampling
for Pollutants not Present.




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The following categorical users were reclassified effective January 1, 2011:

Business Name                                  New Classification
Sierra Chemical Co.                            417 - NSCIU
Composite Engineering                          433 - MTCIU
Ellis & Ellis Signs                            433 - MTCIU
R-Squared Circuits                             433 - MTCIU
Sacramento Window Specialties                  433 - MTCIU
Teledyne MEC                                   433 - MTCIU
Weidner Architectural Signage, Inc.            433 - MTCIU
American Concrete Washouts                     437 - MTCIU

Significant Users Reclassified as Non-Significant or Class II Users

In 2010, WSCS performed an extensive review of all Non-Categorical Significant Users in order
to determine if it was appropriate to reclassify any as Non-Significant (Class II) Users. After
extensive review of wastewater characteristics, discharge practices, pretreatment controls,
compliance history, and potential adverse impacts to the treatment plant, it was determined
that a number of users could be reclassified as Class II users without any increased risk to
SRCSD or SRWTP. In accordance with the requirements of 403.3(v)(3) WSCS has reclassified the
users listed below, effective January 1, 2011, from Non-Categorical Significant Users to Non-
Significant or Class II Users.

Business Name                                  New Classification
American Linen                                 Non Significant or Class II
Ameripride Services                            Non Significant or Class II
Angelica                                       Non Significant or Class II
Aramark                                        Non Significant or Class II
Cintas                                         Non Significant or Class II
Coca Cola Bottling Co.                         Non Significant or Class II
Culligan                                       Non Significant or Class II
DS Waters of America, Inc.                     Non Significant or Class II
G&K Services                                   Non Significant or Class II
Gekkeikan                                      Non Significant or Class II
H.P. Hood, L.L.C.                              Non Significant or Class II
Mission Linen                                  Non Significant or Class II
Nor-Cal Beverage                               Non Significant or Class II
Pacific Adhesives                              Non Significant or Class II
Pepsi-Cola                                     Non Significant or Class II
Purolator Advanced Filtration                  Non Significant or Class II
Seven-Up                                       Non Significant or Class II
Shasta Linen                                   Non Significant or Class II
Vitafreze Frozen Confections                   Non Significant or Class II




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2011 NPDES Permit

SRCSD received a new NPDES permit for SRWTP, effective in 2011. The previous permit had
been in effect since 2000. The new permit contains requirements to update existing (mercury,
chlorpyrifos and diazinon) and prepare new (NDMA, dibenzo(a,h)anthracene, ammonia)
pollution prevention plans as well as source evaluation and minimization plans (dioxins and
congeners, salinity). In addition, a Water Supply Characterization Study is a new annual
requirement. WSCS staff was primarily the lead for those plans listed in the following table. All
the pollution prevention plans as well as source evaluation and minimization plans and program
updates were submitted in accordance with the NPDES required deadlines. Implementation of
the approved plans is in progress.

Report Name                                            Status
Updated Pollution Prevention Plan for Mercury          Approved by Regional Board & being Implemented
Dioxin and Furan Congeners Source Evaluation and
                                                       Approved by Regional Board & being Implemented
Minimization Plan
Compliance Work Plan & Updated Pollution Prevention
                                                       Approved by Regional Board & being Implemented
Plan for Chlorpyrifos and Diazinon
Compliance Work Plan & Pollution Prevention Plan for
                                                       Approved by Regional Board & being Implemented
Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene
Compliance Work Plan & Pollution Prevention Plan for
                                                       Approved by Regional Board & being Implemented
N-nitrosodimethylamine
Water Supply Characterization Study                    Approved by Regional Board & being Implemented

Salinity Source Evaluation and Minimization Plan       Under Regional Board review

Ammonia Pollution Prevention Plan                      Under Regional Board review


SRCSD Sewer Use Ordinance and Enforcement Response Plan

During 2011 staff completed an update of the SRCSD Sewer Use Ordinance (SUO) and
Enforcement Response Plan (ERP). SRCSD received agency approval of both documents by copy
of the Pretreatment Compliance Audit report dated April 11, 2011. This followed a
comprehensive EPA/State consultant review (Tetra Tech, Inc.). Both documents were posted
for public review during the close of 2011. Both the SUO (which has been incorporated into the
SRCSD Consolidated Ordinance as Chapter 2) and the ERP are scheduled for Board adoption in
March 2012.

Residential Sampling Program

During 2011 WSCS conducted residential collection system sampling as a follow-up to previous
sampling events that have occurred regularly since 1990. The resulting measurements provide
actual domestic pollutant loading data that represent a residential background level of
pollutants entering the treatment plant influent. The residential collection system data are
required when determining the need for numerical local limits. In addition, the data is used for
general pollutant accounting and source reduction efforts. Twenty-four hour composite
wastewater samples were collected from residential-only neighborhoods over a four-day
period. Data are currently being tabulated and evaluated.

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Local Limits Review

The last formal SRCSD local limit review was submitted to the EPA and State Water Boards in
2005. The new NPDES permit contained modified or new effluent limits for several constituents
and therefore necessitated an updated analysis of the need for local limits. During 2011 SRCSD
initiated a local limit review. The review has determined none of the Pollutants of Concern
loadings exceed the established threshold values for the Maximum Allowable Headworks
Loading (both average and daily maximum) and that no new local limits are necessary. The final
report is expected to be completed and submitted during 2012.

Sampling for TKN and Ammonia in Support of Rate and Fee Study

During 2011, the District continued work on a rate and fee study designed to evaluate and
determine the best methodology for assessing rates and fees for District services. As a result of
the new NPDES permit and future requirements for ammonia reduction in the SRWTP effluent,
ammonia and TKN data was needed for permitted user waste streams in order to evaluate
treatment costs for ammonia and the resulting impact on the structure of rates and fees. In
response to this need, all permitted general users (significant and non-significant) were
required to perform ammonia and TKN analysis of the process waste stream effluent from their
facility. The sample requirement was lifted at the end of 2011 after it was determined that
enough data had been accumulated.




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SECTION 8. ANNUAL PRETREATMENT PROGRAM BUDGET

Staffing

The current organization chart for the Wastewater Source Control Section is presented in
Appendix 3. The section is staffed with thirteen (13) permanent positions.

Budget

Summaries of the Pretreatment Program budget are presented in Table 8.1 (Final Budget
2010-11), and Table 8.2 (Final Budget for 2011-12).

A portion of the Pretreatment Program is fee funded by the separate user groups. In general,
permit administration, revenue administration, inspection, sampling, laboratory, and
enforcement costs are paid for by the specific user groups (industrial, groundwater, waste
haulers).

Table 8.1 2010-11 Final budget status
                                   2010-11        2009-10        $ OVER            % OVER
       OBJECT DESCRIPTION
                                   BUDGET         BUDGET        (UNDER)           (UNDER)
Salaries and Employee Benefits    1,818,800      1,689,130      129,670             7.68

Services and Supplies              233,779        324,567       (90,788)           (27.97)
Other Charges –Non-Operating
                                        0         25,710        (25,710)           100.00
Expense
Intra-fund Transfers                    0            0             0                 0
TOTAL EXPENSE                     2,052,579      2,039,407       13,172             0.65



Table 8.2 2011-12 Final budget status
                                   2011-12        2010-11        $ OVER            % OVER
       OBJECT DESCRIPTION
                                   BUDGET         BUDGET        (UNDER)           (UNDER)
Salaries and Employee Benefits     1,695,910     1,818,800      (122,890)          (6.76)

Services and Supplies              221,485        233,779       (12,294)           (5.26)
Other Charges –Non-Operating
                                        0            0             0                 0
Expense
Intra-fund Transfers                    0            0             0                 0
TOTAL EXPENSE                      1,917,395     2,052,579      (135,184)          (6.59)




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SECTION 9. SOURCE REDUCTION PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

The following information details activities conducted under the SRCSD source reduction
programs during 2011.

WSCS submits Pollution Prevention or Source Evaluation and Minimization Progress Reports
under separate cover throughout the year as required by the SRWTP NPDES permit for
chlorpyrifos and diazinon, mercury, N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), dibenzo(a,h)anthracene,
ammonia; and salinity (refer to Section 7).

Source reduction efforts not submitted separately are discussed below for dioxins and waste
pharmaceutical products.

Voluntary Pollution Prevention for Waste Pharmaceutical Products

Studies have found trace amounts of pharmaceuticals and other trace organics in waterways
across the United States, and there is a general concern over the presence of organic
compounds reaching drinking water supplies. One source of pharmaceuticals in the
environment is discharge from wastewater treatment plants, and besides excretion, one source
of pharmaceuticals in wastewater is from people flushing unwanted pharmaceuticals down the
toilet. Since 2009, SRCSD has responded to public interests by proactively developing
residential education and outreach on how to handle waste pharmaceutical products.

The WSCS pharmaceutical waste program focuses on education and outreach. Following are
education and outreach tools for residential disposal of waste medicines as well as a summary
of activities implemented during 2011:
     Promotion of a brand – Don’t Flush Your Meds
       Website – www.dontflushyourmeds.com.
       Promotion of message that residents should check with their
        local household hazardous waste (HHW) facilities or
        pharmacy to see if they accept the pharmaceuticals, and, if not, then dispose in the
        trash after making them inedible.
       Dissemination of approximately 462,500 utility bill inserts through the County and the
        Cities of Sacramento and Folsom’s billing service in the Spring.
       Re-stocking and new delivery of flyers to 72 chain locations (36,000) and to 29 new
        independent pharmacies (14,000) pharmacies in the service area except for the cities of
        Folsom and West Sacramento which have their own collection programs.
       News coverage – KOVR Channel 13 (CBS affiliate) interviewed SRCSD staff regarding our
        “Don't Flush Your Meds” Education Program for a story on the 10:00 news covering the
        National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day on October 29, 2011. The story focused on
        preventing children from accessing unused medicines and how pass through of
        chemicals to the environment may be potentially harmful.
       Rotating slide presentation in the sewer district building lobby.



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Dioxin Source Evaluation and Minimization Progress Report

SRCSD was required by the NPDES permit (Order R5-2011-0083) to submit a Source Evaluation
and Minimization Plan for 2,3,7,8-TCDD and other dioxin and furan congeners (referred to
collectively as dioxin). This plan was submitted to the CVRWQCB on August 31, 2011, and
approved by the CVRWQCB on October 10, 2011. The Plan recommended a phased approach
with initial efforts directed at establishing a baseline of dioxin data in the SRWTP influent and
effluent and initial evaluation of potential sources. Results of 2011 sampling were to be
reported in the SRCSD Annual pretreatment program report. Results of sampling as well as
other activities directed at dioxin evaluation conducted during 2011 are summarized below.

Influent, Effluent, and Residential Dioxin Monitoring

SRCSD’s NPDES permit requires monitoring of the effluent and receiving water for dioxin semi-
annually, during wet weather and dry weather, beginning in 2013 and every other year
thereafter. The NPDES permit further requires annual influent and effluent analysis for 2,3,7,8–
TCDD to satisfy the pretreatment program requirement with the frequency increased to
quarterly if detected. To proactively address the Source Evaluation and Minimization Plan,
SRCSD expanded the dioxin testing in 2011 to include four sampling events of both the influent
and effluent for all dioxin congeners. SRCSD also included dioxin analysis during residential
sampling events performed in the spring and fall of 2011. For all monitoring, SRCSD achieved a
Minimum Level (same as reporting limit) for 2,3,7, 8–TCDD of 5 picograms per liter (pg/L) and a
Method Detection Limit of 0.93 pg/L, using EPA Method 1613. These are the lowest achievable
limits currently available and are above the CTR criterion of 0.013 pg/L.

A summary of the influent, effluent, and residential monitoring results, along with calculated
Toxic Equivalents (TEQs), are presented in the following tables. The complete data summary
including Sample Specific Detection Limits, Method Detection Limits, and TEQ calculations can
be found in Appendix 4.




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Table 9.1 2011 Influent and effluent dioxin monitoring results
All results in pg/L
                Location Influent Effluent         Influent Effluent      Influent Effluent   Influent Effluent
                   Date 3/7/11 3/7/11              6/6/11 6/6/11          8/2/11 8/2/11       10/3/11 10/3/11
2,3,7,8-TCDD                    -           -          -          -           -        -         -         -
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD                 -           -          -          -           -        -         -         -
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD               -           -          -          -           -        -         -         -
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD               -           -          -          -           -        -         -         -
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD               -           -          -          -       0.662 J      -         -         -
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD           54.1          -        30.8         -        21.1 J   2.06 J     37.2        -
OCDD                           539       15.9 J      296        8.9 J       190        -        376      7.4 J
2,3,7,8-TCDF                  7.65       2.43 J       18          -         50.4    3.56 J     26.5        -
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF                 -           -          -          -        2.47 J   0.409 J    1.14 J      -
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF                 -           -          -          -         3.0 J      -       1.54 J      -
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF               -           -          -          -           -        -         -         -
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF               -           -          -          -           -        -         -         -
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF            1.06 J         -          -          -           -        -         -         -
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF               -           -          -          -           -        -         -         -
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF          8.81 J         -       6.29 J        -        3.09 J      -       6.77 J      -
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF             -           -          -          -           -        -         -         -
OCDF                         28.6 J         -       26.6 J        -        9.87 J      -       26 J        -
                      TEQ     1.56       0.245       2.20       0.001       6.99    0.397      3.96      0.001
Notes:
A dash “-“ indicates “not detected” at or above the Detection Limit concentration
Data Qualifiers: J = the amount detected is below the Low Calibration Limit




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Table 9.2 2011 Residential dioxin monitoring results
All results in pg/L
                                                                                                                               West         West
                                                                                                                            Sacramento   Sacramento
                 Location Antelope Antelope Antelope Laguna Laguna Northgate Northgate Northgate                               South        South
                    Date 4/26/11 10/31/11 11/1/11 10/31/11 11/1/11 4/26/11   10/24/11 10/25/11                               10/25/11     10/31/11
2,3,7,8-TCDD                    -            -            -           -              -     -           -             -          -            -
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD                 -            -            -           -              -     -           -             -          -            -
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD            1.33 J          -            -           -              -     -           -             -          -            -
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD               -            -         6.35 J       3.5 J       2.46 J     -           -             -          -            -
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD               -            -            -           -              -     -           -             -          -            -
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD          17.9 J       14.6 J        33.7         158         120     8.63 J     14.5 J         9.5 J      21.4 J       10.7 J
OCDD                          106          126          279         1980        1410     71.8        154           79.4        229          92.7
2,3,7,8-TCDF                    -            -            -           -              -     -           -             -          -            -
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF                 -            -            -           -              -     -           -             -          -            -
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF                 -            -            -           -              -     -           -             -          -            -
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF            0.379 J         -            -         2.18 J      1.59 J     -           -             -          -            -
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF               -            -            -         2.88 J      1.58 J     -           -             -          -            -
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF               -            -            -         2.63 J      1.56 J     -           -             -          -            -
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF               -            -            -           -              -     -           -             -          -            -
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF          2.55 J          -         4.11 J       75.7         51.6    2.46 J     2.98 J         2.17 J     5.24 J         -
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF             -            -            -         5.24 J      5.03 J     -           -             -          -            -
OCDF                         6.45 J       6.63 J       11.1 J        157         151     6.38 J      7.5 J          5J        19.4 J       7.87 J
                      TEQ    0.387        0.159         1.04        3.72         2.64    0.119      0.191          0.125      0.291        0.117
 Notes:
 A dash “-“ indicates “not detected” at or above the Detection Limit concentration
 Data Qualifiers: J = the amount detected is below the Low Calibration Limit

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2,3,7,8-TCDD was not detected in any influent, effluent, or residential monitoring. Four
congeners, 1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD, OCDD, 2,3,7,8-TCDF, and 1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF, were
detected in the effluent, but were qualified by the testing laboratory as being below the
low calibration limit and, therefore, not quantifiable (J-flagged). 1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD
and OCDD had been detected but J-flagged in the effluent in previous monitoring
performed from 2002 through 2004.

TEQs were calculated using both detected and estimated (J-flagged) data as required by
the NPDES permit. Generally, TEQs for the influent were higher than for residential
samples. This is primarily due to the detection of 2,3,7,8-TCDF in the influent. It was not
detected in any residential samples. This suggests that there is an unidentified source
of dioxin, particularly 2,3,7,8-TCDF, within SRCSD’s service area. Review of the results
also showed that the Laguna residential site had significantly higher concentrations of
the detected congeners than any of the other residential sites.

Medical Waste Incinerators and Cement Kilns Research

In the Source Evaluation and Minimization Plan, SRCSD recommended performing
inventories of both medical waste incinerators and cement kilns in SRCSD’s service area.
A review of the Sacramento County Environmental Management Department Medical
Waste Generator Inspection Reports for inspections of eighteen medical centers,
hospitals, and surgery centers showed that none perform on-site incineration of medical
waste. Also, according to the California Department of Public Health, there are no
commercial medical waste incinerators within SRCSD’s service area. Additionally,
according to the California Air Resources Board, no cement kilns are located within the
area.

Recommendations

SRCSD outlined a phased approach to implementing the Source Evaluation and
Minimization Plan. In 2011, efforts consisted of obtaining baseline dioxin information
and initial evaluation of potential sources. Monitoring indicated that there is both
quantifiable and non-quantifiable dioxin in the SRWTP influent, non-quantifiable
amounts of dioxin in the effluent, and that one residential site has higher concentrations
of dioxin than other sites. The dioxin congeners detected in influent monitoring were
the same as those detected in residential monitoring with the exception of one
congener. SRCSD proposes the following next steps for the Source Evaluation and
Minimization Plan.
     Continue quarterly influent and effluent testing of the dioxin congeners during
        2012. Any further testing beyond NPDES permit requirements will be based on
        an evaluation of the results acquired during 2012 and coordination with
        sampling required under the NPDES Permit Attachment I Dioxin and Furan
        Sampling program.
       Further evaluate and interpret data obtained during 2011 influent, effluent, and
        residential monitoring.


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       As stated in the original Source Evaluation and Minimization Plan for 2,3,7,8-
        TCDD and other dioxin and furan congeners, investigate the presence of dioxins
        at a molded paper manufacturer, environmental laboratories, and landfill
        leachate dischargers and conduct dioxin testing where warranted.

Results from 2012 monitoring and source investigation will be reported in the SRCSD
Pretreatment Program 2012 Annual Report to be submitted in March 2013. If the on-
going monitoring and research identifies dioxin sources requiring further action, source
reduction efforts outlined in the Source Evaluation and Minimization Plan could be
implemented in future years.




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                                         APPENDIX 1

2011 Influent and Effluent Testing for Organics
          Number of Times Detected
                               SACRAMENTO REGIONAL COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT
2011 Sampling Results                         Organics by Alpha                               Number of times detected

               Group Name                               Parameter Name                           Influent Effluent
    Purgeable Halocarbons         1,1,1‐Trichloroethane                                            0/20     0/24
    Purgeable Halocarbons         1,1,2,2‐Tetrachloroethane                                        0/20     0/24
    Purgeable Halocarbons         1,1,2‐Trichloroethane                                            0/21     0/23
    Purgeable Halocarbons         1,1‐Dichloroethane                                               0/21     0/23
    Purgeable Halocarbons         1,1‐Dichloroethylene (1,1‐Dichloroethene)                        0/21     0/23
    Chlorinated Hydrocarbons      1,2,4‐Trichlorobenzene                                           0/15     0/23
    Purgeable Halocarbons         1,2‐Dichlorobenzene                                              0/15     1/23
    Purgeable Halocarbons         1,2‐Dichloroethane                                               0/21     0/23
    Purgeable Halocarbons         1,2‐Dichloropropane                                              0/21     0/23
    Semi‐Volatile Organics        1,2‐Diphenylhydrazine ‐ Azobenzene                                0/8     0/12
    Purgeable Halocarbons         1,2‐trans‐Dichloroethylene (trans‐1,2‐Dichloroethene)            0/21     0/23
    Purgeable Halocarbons         1,3‐Dichlorobenzene                                              1/15     0/23
    Purgeable Halocarbons         1,4‐Dichlorobenzene                                              3/15     7/23
    Phenols                       2,4,6‐Trichlorophenol                                            5/15     6/23
    Phenols                       2,4‐Dichlorophenol                                               2/15    14/23
    Phenols                       2,4‐Dimethylphenol                                               0/15     0/23
    Phenols                       2,4‐Dinitrophenol                                                0/15     0/23
    Nitroaromatics                2,4‐Dinitrotoluene                                               0/15     0/23
    Nitroaromatics                2,6‐Dinitrotoluene                                               4/15     7/23
    Purgeable Halocarbons         2‐Chloroethyl Vinyl Ether                                        0/21     0/23
    Chlorinated Hydrocarbons      2‐Chloronaphthalene                                              0/15     0/23
    Phenols                       2‐Chlorophenol                                                   7/15     2/23
    Phenols                       2‐Methyl‐4,6‐Dinitrophenol                                       0/15     0/23
    Phenols                       2‐Nitrophenol                                                    0/15     0/23
    Benzidines                    3,3‐Dichlorobenzidine                                            0/15     0/23
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs             4,4'‐DDD                                                          0/4      0/4
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs             4,4'‐DDE                                                          0/4      0/4
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs             4,4'‐DDT                                                          0/4      0/4
    Haloethers                    4‐Bromophenyl Phenyl Ether                                        0/4      0/7
    Phenols                       4‐Chloro‐3‐Methylphenol                                          0/15     0/23
    Haloethers                    4‐Chlorophenyl Phenyl Ether                                      0/15     0/23
    Phenols                       4‐Nitrophenol                                                    0/14     0/23
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs             a‐BHC (alpha)                                                     0/4      0/4
    PAHs                          Acenaphthene                                                     7/15     6/23
    PAHs                          Acenaphthylene                                                   6/15     8/23
    Acrolein & Acrylonitrile      Acrolein                                                         0/12     0/12
    Acrolein & Acrylonitrile      Acrylonitrile                                                    0/12     0/12
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs             Aldrin                                                            0/4      0/4
    PAHs                          Anthracene                                                       9/15     3/23
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs             b‐BHC (beta)                                                      0/4      0/4
    Volatile Organics             Benzene                                                          1/21     0/23
    Benzidines                    Benzidine                                                        0/15     0/23
    PAHs                          Benzo(a)anthracene                                               8/15     5/23
    PAHs                          Benzo(a)pyrene                                                   7/15     2/23
    PAHs                          Benzo(b)fluoranthene                                             7/15     2/23


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                                 SACRAMENTO REGIONAL COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT
2011 Sampling Results                           Organics by Alpha                         Number of times detected

             Group Name                                Parameter Name                        Influent Effluent
    PAHs                            Benzo(g,h,i)perylene                                       3/15     0/23
    PAHs                            Benzo(k)fluoranthene                                       7/15     2/23
    Phthalate Esters                Benzyl Butylphthalate                                     11/15    22/23
    Semi‐Volatile Organics          Bis(2‐chloroethoxy)methane                                 0/15     0/23
    Haloethers                      Bis(2‐chloroethyl)ether                                    0/15     0/23
    Haloethers                      Bis(2‐chloroisopropyl)ether                                0/15     0/22
    Phthalate Esters                Bis(2‐ethylhexyl)phthalate (BEHP)                         23/23    32/33
    Purgeable Halocarbons           Bromoform (Tribromomethane)                                0/21     0/23
    Purgeable Halocarbons           Bromomethane (Methyl Bromide)                              2/21     3/23
    Purgeable Halocarbons           Carbon Tetrachloride                                      19/36    20/35
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs               Chlordane                                                   0/4      0/4
    Purgeable Halocarbons           Chlorobenzene                                              0/21     0/23
    Purgeable Halocarbons           Chlorodibromomethane (Dibromochloromethane)                0/36     2/35
    Purgeable Halocarbons           Chloroethane (Ethyl Chloride)                             20/21    16/23
    Purgeable Halocarbons           Chloroform                                                21/21    23/23
    Purgeable Halocarbons           Chloromethane (Methyl Chloride)                           21/21    23/23
    Organophosphate Pesticides      Chlorpyrifos                                               0/22     0/22
    PAHs                            Chrysene                                                   8/15     5/23
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs               d‐BHC (delta)                                              0/4      0/4
    Organophosphate Pesticides      Diazinon                                                   0/22     0/22
    PAHs                            Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene                                     2/23     0/34
    Purgeable Halocarbons           Dichlorobromomethane (Bromodichloromethane)               11/36    35/35
    Purgeable Halocarbons           Dichloromethane (methylene chloride)                      34/36    18/35
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs               Dieldrin                                                   0/4      0/4
    Phthalate Esters                Diethyl Phthalate                                         15/15    20/23
    Phthalate Esters                Dimethyl phthalate                                         8/15     1/23
    Phthalate Esters                Di‐N‐Butyl Phthalate                                      13/15    21/23
    Phthalate Esters                Di‐N‐Octylphthalate                                        3/12     3/20
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs               Endosulfan I (alpha)                                        0/4      0/4
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs               Endosulfan II (beta)                                        0/4      0/4
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs               Endosulfan Sulfate                                          0/4      0/4
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs               Endrin                                                      0/4      0/4
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs               Endrin Aldehyde                                             0/4      0/4
    Purgeable Aromatics             Ethylbenzene                                              14/21     5/23
    PAHs                            Fluoranthene                                              11/15    17/23
    PAHs                            Fluorene                                                  10/15    16/23
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs               g‐BHC (Lindane)                                            0/4      0/4
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs               Heptachlor                                                  0/4      0/4
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs               Heptachlor Epoxide                                         0/4      0/4
    Chlorinated Hydrocarbons        Hexachlorobutadiene                                        0/15     0/23
    Chlorinated Hydrocarbons        Hexachlorocyclopentadiene                                  0/15     0/23
    Chlorinated Hydrocarbons        Hexachloroethane                                           0/15     0/23
    PAHs                            Indeno(1,2,3‐cd)pyrene                                     3/14     1/23
    Organics                        Isophorone                                                 0/15     0/23
    Oxygenates                      Methyl‐T‐Butyl Ether (MTBE)                                0/29     0/35


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                             SACRAMENTO REGIONAL COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT
2011 Sampling Results                       Organics by Alpha                           Number of times detected

             Group Name                              Parameter Name                        Influent Effluent
    PAHs                        Naphthalene                                                  8/14     8/23
    Semi‐Volatile Organics      Nitrobenzene                                                 0/15     0/23
    Nitrosamines                n‐Nitrosodimethylamine                                      17/32    25/26
    Nitrosamines                n‐Nitrosodi‐n‐Propylamine                                    0/17     0/13
    Nitrosamines                n‐Nitrosodiphenylamine                                       0/16     0/23
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs           PCB‐1016 (AROCLOR 1016)                                       0/4      0/4
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs           PCB‐1221 (AROCLOR 1221)                                       0/4      0/4
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs           PCB‐1232 (AROCLOR 1232)                                       0/4      0/4
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs           PCB‐1242 (AROCLOR 1242)                                       0/4      0/4
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs           PCB‐1248 (AROCLOR 1248)                                       0/4      0/4
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs           PCB‐1254 (AROCLOR 1254)                                       0/4      0/4
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs           PCB‐1260 (AROCLOR 1260)                                       0/4      0/4
    Phenols                     Pentachlorophenol                                            0/23     0/34
    PAHs                        Phenanthrene                                                10/15    17/23
    Phenols                     Phenol                                                       7/15     5/23
    PAHs                        Pyrene                                                      10/14    16/23
    Organics                    Styrene                                                      6/21     1/23
    Purgeable Halocarbons       Tetrachloroethylene (Tetrachloroethene)                      5/36     3/35
    Purgeable Aromatics         Toluene                                                     21/21     7/23
    Pesticides ‐ PCBs           Toxaphene                                                     0/4      0/4
    Purgeable Halocarbons       Trichloroethylene (Trichloroethene)                          0/21     1/23
    Purgeable Halocarbons       Vinyl Chloride                                               0/21     0/23




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                             SACRAMENTO REGIONAL COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT
2011 Sampling Results                      Organics by Group                       Number of Times Detected
           Group Name                                Parameter Name                      Influent   Effluent
Acrolein & Acrylonitrile      Acrolein                                                     0/12       0/12
Acrolein & Acrylonitrile      Acrylonitrile                                                0/12       0/12
Benzidines                    3,3-Dichlorobenzidine                                        0/15       0/23
Benzidines                    Benzidine                                                    0/15       0/23
Chlorinated Hydrocarbons      1,2,4-Trichlorobenzene                                       0/15       0/23
Chlorinated Hydrocarbons      2-Chloronaphthalene                                          0/15       0/23
Chlorinated Hydrocarbons      Hexachlorobutadiene                                          0/15       0/23
Chlorinated Hydrocarbons      Hexachlorocyclopentadiene                                    0/15       0/23
Chlorinated Hydrocarbons      Hexachloroethane                                             0/15       0/23
Haloethers                    4-Bromophenyl Phenyl Ether                                    0/4        0/7
Haloethers                    4-Chlorophenyl Phenyl Ether                                  0/15       0/23
Haloethers                    Bis(2-chloroethyl)ether                                      0/15       0/23
Haloethers                    Bis(2-chloroisopropyl)ether                                  0/15       0/22
Nitroaromatics                2,4-Dinitrotoluene                                           0/15       0/23
Nitroaromatics                2,6-Dinitrotoluene                                           4/15       7/23
Nitrosamines                  n-Nitrosodimethylamine                                      17/32      25/26
Nitrosamines                  n-Nitrosodi-n-Propylamine                                    0/17       0/13
Nitrosamines                  n-Nitrosodiphenylamine                                       0/16       0/23
Organics                      Isophorone                                                   0/15       0/23
Organics                      Styrene                                                      6/21       1/23
Organophosphate Pesticides    Chlorpyrifos                                                 0/22       0/22
Organophosphate Pesticides    Diazinon                                                     0/22       0/22
Oxygenates                    Methyl-T-Butyl Ether (MTBE)                                  0/29       0/35
PAHs                          Acenaphthene                                                 7/15       6/23
PAHs                          Acenaphthylene                                               6/15       8/23
PAHs                          Anthracene                                                   9/15       3/23
PAHs                          Benzo(a)anthracene                                           8/15       5/23
PAHs                          Benzo(a)pyrene                                               7/15       2/23
PAHs                          Benzo(b)fluoranthene                                         7/15       2/23
PAHs                          Benzo(g,h,i)perylene                                         3/15       0/23
PAHs                          Benzo(k)fluoranthene                                         7/15       2/23
PAHs                          Chrysene                                                     8/15       5/23
PAHs                          Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene                                       2/23       0/34
PAHs                          Fluoranthene                                                11/15      17/23
PAHs                          Fluorene                                                    10/15      16/23
PAHs                          Indeno(1,2,3-cd)pyrene                                       3/14       1/23
PAHs                          Naphthalene                                                  8/14       8/23
PAHs                          Phenanthrene                                                10/15      17/23
PAHs                          Pyrene                                                      10/14      16/23
Pesticides - PCBs             4,4'-DDD                                                      0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs             4,4'-DDE                                                      0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs             4,4'-DDT                                                      0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs             a-BHC (alpha)                                                 0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs             Aldrin                                                        0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs             b-BHC (beta)                                                  0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs             Chlordane                                                     0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs             d-BHC (delta)                                                 0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs             Dieldrin                                                      0/4        0/4



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                        SACRAMENTO REGIONAL COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT
2011 Sampling Results                 Organics by Group                            Number of Times Detected
           Group Name                           Parameter Name                           Influent   Effluent
Pesticides - PCBs        Endosulfan I (alpha)                                               0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs        Endosulfan II (beta)                                               0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs        Endosulfan Sulfate                                                 0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs        Endrin                                                             0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs        Endrin Aldehyde                                                    0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs        g-BHC (Lindane)                                                    0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs        Heptachlor                                                         0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs        Heptachlor Epoxide                                                 0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs        PCB-1016 (AROCLOR 1016)                                            0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs        PCB-1221 (AROCLOR 1221)                                            0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs        PCB-1232 (AROCLOR 1232)                                            0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs        PCB-1242 (AROCLOR 1242)                                            0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs        PCB-1248 (AROCLOR 1248)                                            0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs        PCB-1254 (AROCLOR 1254)                                            0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs        PCB-1260 (AROCLOR 1260)                                            0/4        0/4
Pesticides - PCBs        Toxaphene                                                          0/4        0/4
Phenols                  2,4,6-Trichlorophenol                                             5/15       6/23
Phenols                  2,4-Dichlorophenol                                                2/15      14/23
Phenols                  2,4-Dimethylphenol                                                0/15       0/23
Phenols                  2,4-Dinitrophenol                                                 0/15       0/23
Phenols                  2-Chlorophenol                                                    7/15       2/23
Phenols                  2-Methyl-4,6-Dinitrophenol                                        0/15       0/23
Phenols                  2-Nitrophenol                                                     0/15       0/23
Phenols                  4-Chloro-3-Methylphenol                                           0/15       0/23
Phenols                  4-Nitrophenol                                                     0/14       0/23
Phenols                  Pentachlorophenol                                                 0/23       0/34
Phenols                  Phenol                                                            7/15       5/23
Phthalate Esters         Benzyl Butylphthalate                                            11/15      22/23
Phthalate Esters         Bis(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (BEHP)                                23/23      32/33
Phthalate Esters         Diethyl Phthalate                                                15/15      20/23
Phthalate Esters         Dimethyl phthalate                                                8/15       1/23
Phthalate Esters         Di-N-Butyl Phthalate                                             13/15      21/23
Phthalate Esters         Di-N-Octylphthalate                                               3/12       3/20
Purgeable Aromatics      Ethylbenzene                                                     14/21       5/23
Purgeable Aromatics      Toluene                                                          21/21       7/23
Purgeable Halocarbons    1,1,1-Trichloroethane                                             0/20       0/24
Purgeable Halocarbons    1,1,2,2-Tetrachloroethane                                         0/20       0/24
Purgeable Halocarbons    1,1,2-Trichloroethane                                             0/21       0/23
Purgeable Halocarbons    1,1-Dichloroethane                                                0/21       0/23
Purgeable Halocarbons    1,1-Dichloroethylene (1,1-Dichloroethene)                         0/21       0/23
Purgeable Halocarbons    1,2-Dichlorobenzene                                               0/15       1/23
Purgeable Halocarbons    1,2-Dichloroethane                                                0/21       0/23
Purgeable Halocarbons    1,2-Dichloropropane                                               0/21       0/23
Purgeable Halocarbons    1,2-trans-Dichloroethylene (trans-1,2-Dichloroethene)             0/21       0/23
Purgeable Halocarbons    1,3-Dichlorobenzene                                               1/15       0/23
Purgeable Halocarbons    1,4-Dichlorobenzene                                               3/15       7/23
Purgeable Halocarbons    2-Chloroethyl Vinyl Ether                                         0/21       0/23
Purgeable Halocarbons    Bromoform (Tribromomethane)                                       0/21       0/23



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                         SACRAMENTO REGIONAL COUNTY SANITATION DISTRICT
2011 Sampling Results                  Organics by Group                      Number of Times Detected
           Group Name                            Parameter Name                     Influent   Effluent
Purgeable Halocarbons     Bromomethane (Methyl Bromide)                               2/21       3/23
Purgeable Halocarbons     Carbon Tetrachloride                                       19/36      20/35
Purgeable Halocarbons     Chlorobenzene                                               0/21       0/23
Purgeable Halocarbons     Chlorodibromomethane (Dibromochloromethane)                 0/36       2/35
Purgeable Halocarbons     Chloroethane (Ethyl Chloride)                              20/21      16/23
Purgeable Halocarbons     Chloroform                                                 21/21      23/23
Purgeable Halocarbons     Chloromethane (Methyl Chloride)                            21/21      23/23
Purgeable Halocarbons     Dichlorobromomethane (Bromodichloromethane)                11/36      35/35
Purgeable Halocarbons     Dichloromethane (methylene chloride)                       34/36      18/35
Purgeable Halocarbons     Tetrachloroethylene (Tetrachloroethene)                     5/36       3/35
Purgeable Halocarbons     Trichloroethylene (Trichloroethene)                         0/21       1/23
Purgeable Halocarbons     Vinyl Chloride                                              0/21       0/23
Semi-Volatile Organics    1,2-Diphenylhydrazine - Azobenzene                           0/8       0/12
Semi-Volatile Organics    Bis(2-chloroethoxy)methane                                  0/15       0/23
Semi-Volatile Organics    Nitrobenzene                                                0/15       0/23
Volatile Organics         Benzene                                                     1/21       0/23




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                                          APPENDIX 2

2011 Newspaper Listing of Significant Noncompliance
The following listing of users found in significant noncompliance was published in the
Sacramento Bee on February 24, 2012:


Federal regulations set forth in the Code of Federal Regulations (40 CFR 403.8 (f)(2)(viii) require
that the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District (SRCSD) provide public notification of
industrial users (IUs) which have been determined to be in Significant Non Compliance (SNC) or
significantly violated applicable pretreatment standards or other pretreatment requirements
for the discharge of wastewater to the sanitary sewer any time during a twelve month period.
A review of SRCSD records demonstrates that the following users have been in SNC for the
2011 reporting year: CMA of Sacramento, 9269 Survey Road, Elk Grove - TRC violation for
exceeding the COD/BOD ratio and kg COD/kg anhydrous product limits. Aerojet General
Corporation, Highway 50 and Aerojet Road, Rancho Cordova - Chronic violations for exceeding
the monthly average limit for chromium. Woodmack Products, Inc. 11430 White Rock Road
Rancho Cordova - Chronic and TRC violations for exceeding the TTO limit due to bis(2-
ethylhexyl)phthalate. Anyone desiring further information regarding this notice can contact
Charlie Duty, Environmental Program Manager, SRCSD, Wastewater Source Control Section, at
(916) 876-6984.
                                          APPENDIX 3

Wastewater Source Control Section Organization Chart
                                             Organizational Chart

This section is responsible for administering the SRCSD NPDES pretreatment program and SRCSD and SASD Local
programs, which include the industrial user (significant, categorical, Class II), groundwater remediation, liquid waste
hauler, surface cleaner, dry cleaner, and various support programs. In addition the Section is responsible or
administering the SRCSD pollutant reduction programs (mercury, pesticides, others as necessary).




                                                  Glen Del Sarto
                                          Environmental Program Manager 2




              Carla Gutierrez                                                         Gulraj Garcha
               Office Assistant 2                                                        IT Analyst 2




                     Charlie Duty
            Environmental Program Manager 1




                  Federal Core Programs                                              Local Programs

                    Neal Stallions                                                  Linda Stevens
                Environmental Specialist 4                                      Environmental Specialist 4



               Carolyn Geisler Balazs                                                 Sandy Delp
                Environmental Specialist 3                                      Environmental Specialist 3
                      Tom Martin                                                  DeAnna Conkling
                Environmental Specialist 3                                     Industrial Waste Inspector 2
                   Derek Chappelle                                                   Rachel Gillis
                Environmental Specialist 3                                      Environmental Specialist 3
                     Nicole Sears                                                   Sabina Rynas
                Environmental Specialist 2                                      Environmental Specialist 3
                    Todd Simmons
                Environmental Specialist 2
                                 APPENDIX 4

2011 Dioxin Monitoring Results
Notes:

    a      Sample specific estimated detection limit
    b      Estimated maximum possible concentration
    c      Method detection limit

ND indicates “not detected” at or above the Detection Limit concentration
Data Qualifiers: J = The amount detected is below the Low Calibration Limit




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                        Sample Date                              3/7/2011
                                      Conc.   TEF       TEQ        DLa      EMPCb      MDLc     Qualifiers
    Parameter Name       Location                                 (pg/L)
2,3,7,8-TCDD             Influent     ND         1                 1.37                0.926
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD          Influent     ND        1.0                 1.8                 1.77
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD        Influent     ND        0.1                 2.5                1.05
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD        Influent     ND        0.1                 2.6                1.13
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD        Influent     ND        0.1                 2.9                2.22
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD      Influent     54.1     0.01     0.541                           1.93
OCDD                     Influent     539     0.0001   0.0539                          1.65
2,3,7,8-TCDF             Influent     7.65      0.1     0.765                           0.26
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF          Influent     ND       0.05                1.46                1.92
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF          Influent     ND        0.5                1.36                0.97
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF        Influent     ND        0.1                1.12                 1.22
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF        Influent     ND        0.1                1.14                 1.15
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF        Influent     1.06      0.1     0.106                           1.41        J
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF        Influent     ND        0.1                1.82                 1.18
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF      Influent     8.81     0.01    0.0881                          0.852        J
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF      Influent     ND       0.01                2.51                 2.24
OCDF                     Influent     28.6    0.0001   0.00286                         1.34         J
                  TEQ                                    1.56
2,3,7,8-TCDD             Effluent     ND        1.0                 1.2                0.926
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD          Effluent     ND        1.0                1.47                1.77
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD        Effluent     ND        0.1                2.70                1.05
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD        Effluent     ND        0.1                2.89                1.13
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD        Effluent     ND        0.1                2.92                2.22
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD      Effluent     ND       0.01                5.58                 1.93
OCDD                     Effluent     15.9
                                      15 9    0 0001
                                              0.0001   0.00159
                                                       0 00159                          1.65
                                                                                        1 65        J
2,3,7,8-TCDF             Effluent     2.43      0.1     0.243                           0.26        J
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF          Effluent     ND       0.05                1.34                 1.92
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF          Effluent     ND        0.5                1.17                0.97
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF        Effluent     ND        0.1                0.89                1.22
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF        Effluent     ND        0.1                0.94                1.15
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF        Effluent     ND        0.1                1.02                1.41
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF        Effluent     ND        0.1                1.53                1.18
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF      Effluent     ND       0.01                3.34                0.852
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF      Effluent     ND       0.01                1.58                 2.24
OCDF                     Effluent     ND      0.0001               6.31                1.34
                  TEQ                                   0.245




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                        Sample Date                              6/6/2011
                                      Conc.    TEF      TEQ        DLa      EMPCb      MDLc     Qualifiers
    Parameter Name       Location                                 (pg/L)
2,3,7,8-TCDD             Influent     ND         1                0.991                0.926
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD          Influent     ND        1.0                1.32                 1.77
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD        Influent     ND        0.1                1.82                 1.05
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD        Influent     ND        0.1                1.94                 1.13
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD        Influent     ND        0.1                1.95                 2.22
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD      Influent     30.8     0.01     0.308      0.00                 1.93
OCDD                     Influent     296     0.0001   0.0296                           1.65
2,3,7,8-TCDF             Influent      18       0.1      1.8                            0.26
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF          Influent     ND       0.05                 1.34                1.92
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF          Influent     ND        0.5                 1.22                0.97
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF        Influent     ND        0.1                 1.14                1.22
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF        Influent     ND        0.1                 1.42               1.15
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF        Influent     ND        0.1                 1.43               1.41
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF        Influent     ND        0.1                 2.03               1.18
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF      Influent     6.29     0.01    0.0629                          0.852        J
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF      Influent     ND       0.01                 2.44               2.24
OCDF                     Influent     26.6    0.0001   0.00266                         1.34         J
                  TEQ                                    2.20
2,3,7,8-TCDD             Effluent     ND         1                  1.00               0.926
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD          Effluent     ND        1.0                 1.52               1.77
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD        Effluent     ND        0.1                 1.92               1.05
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD        Effluent     ND        0.1                 1.89               1.13
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD        Effluent     ND        0.1                 1.93               2.22
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD      Effluent     ND       0.01                 2.35                1.93
OCDD                     Effluent     89
                                      8.9     0 0001
                                              0.0001   0 00089
                                                       0.00089                          1.65
                                                                                        1 65        J
2,3,7,8-TCDF             Effluent     ND        0.1                          1.44       0.26
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF          Effluent     ND       0.05                 1.00                1.92
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF          Effluent     ND        0.5                 0.99                0.97
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF        Effluent     ND        0.1                 0.86                1.22
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF        Effluent     ND        0.1                 1.00                1.15
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF        Effluent     ND        0.1                 1.08                1.41
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF        Effluent     ND        0.1                 1.49                1.18
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF      Effluent     ND       0.01                 1.77               0.852
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF      Effluent     ND       0.01                 1.85                2.24
OCDF                     Effluent     ND      0.0001                2.80                1.34
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                        Sample Date                               8/2/2011
                                      Conc.   TEF       TEQ         DLa      EMPCb      MDLc     Qualifiers
    Parameter Name       Location                                  (pg/L)
2,3,7,8-TCDD             Influent      ND        1                 0.47                 0.926
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD          Influent      ND       1.0                0.689                 1.77
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD        Influent      ND       0.1                1.09                 1.05
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD        Influent      ND       0.1                           1.02      1.13
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD        Influent     0.662     0.1     0.066                            2.22        J
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD      Influent      21.1    0.01     0.211                            1.93        J
OCDD                     Influent      190    0.0001    0.019                            1.65
2,3,7,8-TCDF             Influent     50.4      0.1      5.04                            0.26
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF          Influent      2.47    0.05     0.124                            1.92        J
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF          Influent        3      0.5      1.5                            0.97         J
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF        Influent      ND       0.1                0.461                 1.22
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF        Influent      ND       0.1                0.478                 1.15
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF        Influent      ND       0.1                0.516                 1.41
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF        Influent      ND       0.1                0.793                 1.18
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF      Influent      3.09    0.01     0.0309                          0.852        J
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF      Influent      ND      0.01                0.821                 2.24
OCDF                     Influent      9.87   0.0001   0.000987                          1.34        J
                  TEQ                                    6.99
2,3,7,8-TCDD              Effluent     ND        1                 0.408                0.926
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD           Effluent     ND       1.0                0.557                 1.77
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD         Effluent     ND       0.1                0.58                 1.05
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD         Effluent     ND       0.1                0.577                 1.13
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD         Effluent     ND       0.1                0.644                 2.22
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD       Effluent    2.06     0.01     0.021                            1.93        J
OCDD                      Effluent     ND     0 0001
                                              0.0001                          9.81
                                                                              9 81      1 65
                                                                                        1.65
2,3,7,8-TCDF              Effluent    3.56      0.1     0.356                            0.26        J
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF           Effluent    0.409    0.05     0.0205                           1.92        J
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF           Effluent     ND       0.5                           0.405      0.97
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF         Effluent     ND       0.1                0.177                 1.22
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF         Effluent     ND       0.1                0.194                 1.15
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF         Effluent     ND       0.1                0.189                 1.41
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF         Effluent     ND       0.1                0.319                 1.18
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF       Effluent     ND      0.01                0.376                0.852
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF       Effluent     ND      0.01                0.521                 2.24
OCDF                      Effluent     ND     0.0001               0.671                1.34
                  TEQ                                   0.397




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                        Sample Date                             10/3/2011
                                      Conc.   TEF      TEQ        DLa       EMPCb     MDLc     Qualifiers
    Parameter Name       Location                                (pg/L)
2,3,7,8-TCDD             Influent     ND         1               0.682                0.534
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD          Influent     ND        1.0              1.04                 1.11
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD        Influent     ND        0.1              1.68                 0.751
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD        Influent     ND        0.1              1.84                 0.731
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD        Influent     ND        0.1              1.71                  1.7
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD      Influent     37.2     0.01     0.37                          0.93
OCDD                     Influent     376     0.0001   0.0376                         2.09
2,3,7,8-TCDF             Influent     26.5      0.1     2.65                          0.34
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF          Influent     1.14     0.05    0.0570                          1.42        J
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF          Influent     1.54      0.5     0.77                          1.51         J
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF        Influent     ND        0.1              0.609                 1.2
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF        Influent     ND        0.1              0.594                0.757
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF        Influent     ND        0.1              0.714                1.24
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF        Influent     ND        0.1              1.06                 1.26
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF      Influent     6.77     0.01    0.0677                         1.43         J
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF      Influent     ND       0.01               1.68                1.15
OCDF                     Influent      26     0.0001   0.0026                         1.78         J
                  TEQ                                   3.96
2,3,7,8-TCDD              Effluent    ND         1               0.614                0.534
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD           Effluent    ND        1.0              0.684                 1.11
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD         Effluent    ND        0.1              1.39                 0.751
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD         Effluent    ND        0.1              1.55                 0.731
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD         Effluent    ND        0.1              1.49                  1.7
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD       Effluent    ND       0.01              3.32                  0.93
OCDD                      Effluent    7.4
                                      74      0.0001
                                              0 0001   0 0007
                                                       0.0007                          2 09
                                                                                       2.09        J
2,3,7,8-TCDF              Effluent    ND        0.1                           1        0.34
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF           Effluent    ND       0.05               0.51                 1.42
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF           Effluent    ND        0.5              0.504                 1.51
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF         Effluent    ND        0.1              0.463                  1.2
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF         Effluent    ND        0.1              0.453                0.757
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF         Effluent    ND        0.1              0.598                 1.24
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF         Effluent    ND        0.1              0.89                  1.26
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF       Effluent    ND       0.01               1.64                 1.43
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF       Effluent    ND       0.01               2.19                 1.15
OCDF                      Effluent    ND      0.0001             4.03                  1.78
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                        Sample Date                               4/26/11
                                      Conc.    TEF      TEQ         DLa      EMPCb      MDLc     Qualifiers
    Parameter Name         Location                                (pg/L)
2,3,7,8-TCDD               Antelope    ND        1                 0.597
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD            Antelope    ND       1.0                 0.9
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD          Antelope   1.33      0.1     0.133                                         J
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD          Antelope    ND       0.1                 0.9
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD          Antelope    ND       0.1                 1.0
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD        Antelope   17.9     0.01     0.179                                         J
OCDD                       Antelope    106    0.0001    0.0106
2,3,7,8-TCDF               Antelope    ND       0.1                           0.356
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF            Antelope    ND      0.05                 0.64
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF            Antelope    ND       0.5                 0.59
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF          Antelope   0.379     0.1     0.0379                                        J
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF          Antelope    ND       0.1                 0.43
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF          Antelope    ND       0.1                 0.44
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF          Antelope    ND       0.1                 0.63
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF        Antelope   2.55     0.01     0.0255                                        J
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF        Antelope    ND      0.01                 0.76
OCDF                       Antelope   6.45    0.0001   0.000645                                       J
                  TEQ                                    0.387
                        Sample Date                               10/31/11
2,3,7,8-TCDD               Antelope   ND         1                 0.614                 0.534
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD            Antelope   ND        1.0                0.684                 1.11
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD          Antelope   ND        0.1                 1.39                 0.751
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD          Antelope   ND        0.1                 1.55                 0.731
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD          Antelope   ND        0.1                 1.49                   1.7
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD        Antelope   ND       0.01                 3.32                  0.93
OCDD                       Antelope   7.4     0.0001   0.00074                            2.09        J
2,3,7,8-TCDF               Antelope   ND        0.1                             1         0.34
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF            Antelope   ND       0.05                0.51                  1.42
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF            Antelope   ND        0.5                0.504                  1.51
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF          Antelope   ND        0.1                0.463                   1.2
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF          Antelope   ND        0.1                0.453                 0.757
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF          Antelope   ND        0.1                0.598                  1.24
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF          Antelope   ND        0.1                 0.89                  1.26
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF        Antelope   ND       0.01                1.64                   1.43
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF        Antelope   ND       0.01                2.19                   1.15
OCDF                       Antelope   ND      0.0001               4.03                   1.78
                  TEQ                                   0.001
                        Sample Date                               11/1/11
2,3,7,8-TCDD               Antelope    ND        1                 0.87                  0.534
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD            Antelope    ND       1.0                 1.3                   1.11
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD          Antelope    ND       0.1                1.68                  0.751
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD          Antelope   6.35      0.1     0.635                            0.731        J
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD          Antelope    ND       0.1                            2.1        1.7
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD        Antelope    33.7    0.01      0.337                            0.93
OCDD                       Antelope   279.0   0.0001    0.0279                           2.09
2,3,7,8-TCDF               Antelope    ND       0.1                0.732                  0.34
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF            Antelope    ND      0.05                0.742                  1.42
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF            Antelope    ND       0.5                0.685                  1.51
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF          Antelope    ND       0.1                0.623                   1.2
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF          Antelope    ND       0.1                0.624                 0.757
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF          Antelope    ND       0.1                 0.71                  1.24
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF          Antelope    ND       0.1                0.945                  1.26
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF        Antelope   4.11     0.01     0.0411                            1.43        J
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF        Antelope    ND      0.01                 2.5                   1.15
OCDF                       Antelope    11.1   0.0001   0.00111                           1.78         J
                  TEQ                                    1.04

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                        Sample Date                              10/31/11
                                      Conc.     TEF     TEQ        DLa      EMPCb      MDLc     Qualifiers
    Parameter Name         Location                               (pg/L)
2,3,7,8-TCDD               Laguna      ND         1               0.819                 0.534
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD            Laguna      ND        1.0              0.92                   1.11
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD          Laguna      ND        0.1              2.09                  0.751
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD          Laguna      3.5       0.1    0.350                           0.731        J
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD          Laguna      ND        0.1               2.12                   1.7
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD        Laguna      158      0.01     1.58                           0.930
OCDD                       Laguna     1980     0.0001   0.198                            2.09
2,3,7,8-TCDF               Laguna      ND        0.1              0.604                  0.34
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF            Laguna      ND       0.05              0.868                  1.42
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF            Laguna      ND        0.5              0.811                  1.51
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF          Laguna     2.18       0.1    0.218                             1.2        J
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF          Laguna     2.88       0.1    0.288                           0.757        J
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF          Laguna     2.63       0.1    0.263                            1.24        J
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF          Laguna      ND        0.1               1.68                  1.26
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF        Laguna     75.7      0.01     0.757                           1.43
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF        Laguna     5.24      0.01    0.0524                           1.15        J
OCDF                       Laguna      157     0.0001   0.0157                           1.78
                  TEQ                                    3.72
                        Sample Date                              11/1/11
2,3,7,8-TCDD               Laguna      ND         1               1.02                  0.534
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD            Laguna      ND        1.0              1.31                   1.11
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD          Laguna      ND        0.1               1.6                  0.751
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD          Laguna      2.46      0.1    0.246                           0.731        J
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD          Laguna      ND        0.1               1.55                   1.7
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD        Laguna      120      0.01     1.20                            0.93
OCDD                       Laguna     1410.0   0.0001   0.141                            2.09
2,3,7,8-TCDF               Laguna      ND        0.1              0.683                  0.34
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF            Laguna      ND       0.05              0.998                  1.42
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF            Laguna      ND        0.5              0.936                  1.51
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF          Laguna      1.59      0.1    0.159                            1.2         J
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF          Laguna      1.58      0.1    0.158                           0.757        J
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF          Laguna      1.56      0.1    0.156                            1.24        J
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF          Laguna      ND        0.1               1.07                  1.26
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF        Laguna      51.6     0.01     0.516                           1.43
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF        Laguna      5.03     0.01     0.050                           1.15        J
OCDF                       Laguna      151     0.0001   0.0151                           1.78
                  TEQ                                    2.64




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                        Sample Date                               4/26/11
                                      Conc.    TEF      TEQ         DLa      EMPCb      MDLc     Qualifiers
    Parameter Name       Location                                  (pg/L)
2,3,7,8-TCDD             Northgate    ND         1                 0.601
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD          Northgate    ND        1.0                 0.6
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD        Northgate    ND        0.1                 0.9
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD        Northgate    ND        0.1                 1.0
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD        Northgate    ND        0.1                 1.0
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD      Northgate    8.63     0.01    0.0863                                         J
OCDD                     Northgate    71.8    0.0001   0.00718
2,3,7,8-TCDF             Northgate    ND        0.1                 0.7
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF          Northgate    ND       0.05                 0.59
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF          Northgate    ND        0.5                 0.58
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF        Northgate    ND        0.1                 0.55
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF        Northgate    ND        0.1                 0.61
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF        Northgate    ND        0.1                 0.62
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF        Northgate    ND        0.1                 0.93
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF      Northgate    2.46     0.01     0.0246                                        J
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF      Northgate    ND       0.01                 1.03
OCDF                     Northgate    6.38    0.0001   0.000638                                       J
                  TEQ                                    0.119
                        Sample Date                               10/24/11
2,3,7,8-TCDD             Northgate     ND        1                  5.14                 0.534
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD          Northgate     ND       1.0                 1.38                 1.11
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD        Northgate     ND       0.1                 1.82                 0.751
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD        Northgate     ND       0.1                 1.96                 0.731
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD        Northgate     ND       0.1                 1.94                  1.7
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD      Northgate     14.5    0.01     0.145                             0.93        J
OCDD                     Northgate    154.0   0.0001    0.0154                            2.09
2,3,7,8-TCDF             Northgate     ND       0.1                 1.25                  0.34
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF          Northgate     ND      0.05                 1.15                  1.42
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF          Northgate     ND       0.5                 1.05                  1.51
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF        Northgate     ND       0.1                0.696                  1.2
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF        Northgate     ND       0.1                0.684                 0.757
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF        Northgate     ND       0.1                0.779                  1.24
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF        Northgate     ND       0.1                1.12                  1.26
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF      Northgate     2.98    0.01     0.030                             1.43        J
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF      Northgate     ND      0.01                 1.74                  1.15
OCDF                     Northgate      7.5   0.0001   0.00075                           1.78         J
                  TEQ                                   0.191
                        Sample Date                               10/25/11
2,3,7,8-TCDD             Northgate    ND         1                  5.14                 0.534
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD          Northgate    ND        1.0                 1.38                 1.11
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD        Northgate    ND        0.1                 1.82                 0.751
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD        Northgate    ND        0.1                 1.96                 0.731
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD        Northgate    ND        0.1                 1.94                  1.7
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD      Northgate     9.5     0.01      0.095                            0.93        J
OCDD                     Northgate    79.4    0.0001    0.0079                           2.09
2,3,7,8-TCDF             Northgate    ND        0.1                1.25                   0.34
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF          Northgate    ND       0.05                 1.15                  1.42
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF          Northgate    ND        0.5                1.05                   1.51
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF        Northgate    ND        0.1                0.696                   1.2
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF        Northgate    ND        0.1                0.684                 0.757
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF        Northgate    ND        0.1                0.779                  1.24
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF        Northgate    ND        0.1                1.12                   1.26
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF      Northgate    2.17     0.01     0.022                             1.43        J
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF      Northgate    ND       0.01                 1.74                  1.15
OCDF                     Northgate      5     0.0001    0.0005                            1.78        J
                  TEQ                                   0.125

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                        Sample Date                              10/25/11
                                      Conc.    TEF      TEQ        DLa      EMPCb      MDLc     Qualifiers
    Parameter Name       Location                                 (pg/L)
2,3,7,8-TCDD              West        ND         1                 1.63                 0.534
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD           West        ND        1.0                2.65                 1.11
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD         West        ND        0.1                1.72                 0.751
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD         West        ND        0.1                1.89                 0.731
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD         West        ND        0.1                1.89                  1.7
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD       West        21.4     0.01     0.214                           0.930        J
OCDD                      West        229     0.0001   0.0229                           2.09
2,3,7,8-TCDF              West        ND        0.1               1.71                  0.34
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF           West        ND       0.05                1.32                  1.42
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF           West        ND        0.5               1.24                   1.51
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF         West        ND        0.1               0.972                   1.2
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF         West        ND        0.1               0.977                 0.757
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF         West        ND        0.1                1.1                   1.24
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF         West        ND        0.1               1.58                   1.26
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF       West        5.24     0.01    0.0524      3.34                  1.43        J
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF       West        ND       0.01                1.85                  1.15
OCDF                      West        19.4    0.0001   0.00194                           1.78        J
                  TEQ                                   0.291
                        Sample Date                              10/31/11
2,3,7,8-TCDD               West       ND         1                0.754                 0.534
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDD            West       ND        1.0                1.17                  1.11
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDD          West       ND        0.1                2.19                 0.751
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDD          West       ND        0.1                2.47                 0.731
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDD          West       ND        0.1                2.35                  1.7
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDD        West       10.7     0.01     0.107                            0.93        J
OCDD                       West       92.7    0.0001   0.00927                           2.09
2,3,7,8-TCDF               West       ND        0.1               0.673                  0.34
1,2,3,7,8-PeCDF            West       ND       0.05               0.617                  1.42
2,3,4,7,8-PeCDF            West       ND        0.5               0.596                  1.51
1,2,3,4,7,8-HxCDF          West       ND        0.1               0.649                  1.2
1,2,3,6,7,8-HxCDF          West       ND        0.1               0.652                 0.757
2,3,4,6,7,8-HxCDF          West       ND        0.1               0.741                  1.24
1,2,3,7,8,9-HxCDF          West       ND        0.1               1.08                  1.26
1,2,3,4,6,7,8-HpCDF        West       ND       0.01                3.34                 1.43
1,2,3,4,7,8,9-HpCDF        West       ND       0.01                2.93                 1.15
OCDF                       West       7.87    0.0001   0.00079                          1.78         J
                  TEQ                                   0.117




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