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									Do you have these Stormwater items available?
List of items to have readily available for Stormwater Permit Inspection

                                      Item                                          Page #


        General Location Map that shows where your site is in
        relation to nearby streams, etc. (USGS county map)                             1
        Site map that shows where you keep fluids, materials, and
        oils at your site and shows where outfalls (1) are                             3
        List of all the fluids, materials, oils, etc. you keep on site and
        explain how you dispose of and keep them out of rainwater                   3, 8, 10
        List of emergency phone numbers in case you had an oil spill
        on site                                                                        9
        List of employees at the site that need to know about
        stormwater and records of their training                                       8
        Records of inspections/monitoring of stormwater discharge
        outfalls (1)                                                              10, 11, 14
        Stormwater Permit

(1) Outfalls = Location where rainwater flows off your property - into a creek, pond, etc.
Read-Me Page:               EXAMPLE Auto Salvage Yard SPPP FORMs & Instructions

THIS FILE CONTAINS EXAMPLES OF COMPLETED SPPP FORMS FOR AUTO SALVAGE YARDS.
Click on the button to see examples of pages 1-16. The instructions next to the buttons, may help,
too. ALSO - Tips on working with this spreadsheet can be found at bottom of table below. A copy
of the Blank Forms can be downloaded at the link below
BLANK SPPP FORMs                     http://h2o.enr.state.nc.us/su/documents/SPPPTool_NCG10_Blank.xls
EXAMPLE SPPP FORMs (this file)       http://h2o.enr.state.nc.us/su/documents/SPPPTool_NCG10_Example.xls

Page # Name of SPPP Section (Forms)                                               Instructions

If the NC Department of Environment and Natural Resources (NC DENR), Division of Water Quality, Stormwater Permitting
Unit, has issued your facility a permit to release stormwater (a permit is required for most Auto Salvage yards); then you also
need a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SPPP). By filling out the following blank forms, and conducting the activities -
that you list on those forms, you will be complying with your permit. If you do not complete a SPPP and conduct the required
activities, you may be issued a "Notice of Violation" and be subject to monetary fines. The following package of forms and
guidance will assist you in complying with your Stormwater Permit and preventing stormwater pollution to nearby creeks,
streams, rivers, ponds and other NC surface waters. Additional information can be found at h2o.enr.state.nc.us/su

   1     SPPP Title Page
                                                   Enter requested info
         General Location Map
                                                   The form may or may not be used. If used, cut and paste a topo map onto
                                                   the blank area of the form. A topo map can be downloaded from the
                                                   internet or purchased from the internet or a store. It needs to show all the
                                                   items listed on SPPP#1A (property line, adjacent creeks, ponds, roadways,
   2                                               etc). Several sources to get topo maps are:
                                                   - "Map Stores" page of this spreadsheet
                                                   - http://terraserver-usa.com/
                                                   - http://www.topozone.com (click on view maps)
                                                   - http://www.google.com/ (click on Maps, etc)
                                                   - http://www.usgs.gov/ (click on Maps...; click on store, National Maps, etc)
Read-Me Page:               EXAMPLE Auto Salvage Yard SPPP FORMs & Instructions

THIS FILE CONTAINS EXAMPLES OF COMPLETED SPPP FORMS FOR AUTO SALVAGE YARDS.
Click on the button to see examples of pages 1-16. The instructions next to the buttons, may help,
too. ALSO - Tips on working with this spreadsheet can be found at bottom of table below. A copy
of the Blank Forms can be downloaded at the link below
BLANK SPPP FORMs                   http://h2o.enr.state.nc.us/su/documents/SPPPTool_NCG10_Blank.xls
EXAMPLE SPPP FORMs (this file)     http://h2o.enr.state.nc.us/su/documents/SPPPTool_NCG10_Example.xls

Page # Name of SPPP Section (Forms)                                            Instructions
        Yard Areas                             List all the different "areas" of your facility, along with what types of
                                               materials are stored and used there (especially if the materials are
   3                                           potential water pollutants such as oils, gasoline, batteries, anti-freeze,
                                               mercury switches, etc). This section should also list which areas are low
                                               imperviousness and which are high - so that the % high imperviousness
                                               can be calculated
        Site Map
                                               This is a map of the facility drawn to scale showing the different areas such
   4                                           as vehicle dismantling, gasoline storage, vehicle storage, etc. It should
                                               agree with the information and areas listed in page# 3 (Yard Areas)

        Certification Statements               Page 5A:    Stormwater Discharge Outfall Certification Statement

   5                                           Page 5B:    True & Accurate Information Certification Statement

                                               Page 5C: Plan Amendment Certification Statement Certification
                                               Statement
        Feasibility Study                      Comment on the feasibility of improving a part of your facility, that could
   6                                           contaminate stormwater. Considerations maybe technical feasibility,
                                               financial feasibility, alternative practices, and others.
Read-Me Page:                EXAMPLE Auto Salvage Yard SPPP FORMs & Instructions

THIS FILE CONTAINS EXAMPLES OF COMPLETED SPPP FORMS FOR AUTO SALVAGE YARDS.
Click on the button to see examples of pages 1-16. The instructions next to the buttons, may help,
too. ALSO - Tips on working with this spreadsheet can be found at bottom of table below. A copy
of the Blank Forms can be downloaded at the link below
BLANK SPPP FORMs                      http://h2o.enr.state.nc.us/su/documents/SPPPTool_NCG10_Blank.xls
EXAMPLE SPPP FORMs (this file)        http://h2o.enr.state.nc.us/su/documents/SPPPTool_NCG10_Example.xls

Page # Name of SPPP Section (Forms)                                               Instructions
          Secondary Containment Schedule
                                                  List all bulk storage containers and tanks and what type of secondary
                                                  containment is established for them - in order to prevent stormwater
   7                                              contamination. If stormwater can be contaminated within these secondary
                                                  containment areas (in a basin or holding area), procedures and
                                                  equipments need to be stipulated - on how to release that stormwater so
                                                  that it does not contaminate NC streams, creeks and other surface waters.
          BMP Summary, Maintenance &
          Housekeeping and Other Stormwater       List all the steps being taken, to prevent stormwater pollution and runoff.
   8      Pollution Prevention Measures           These include Best Management Practices (BMPs), Facility Maintenance &
                                                  Housekeeping and others. A list of typical BMPs can be found on the next
                                                  form (page # 8-info)
          Page 9A: Spill Prevention and
          Response Plans                          Page 9A: List how the facility will prevent spills and if one does occur, how
                                                  they will respond to a spill. Spills of concern are oils, gasoline, hydraulic
                                                  fluids, battery acid, radiator fluid, and others
          Page 9B: List of Significant Spills
9A & 9B                                           Page 9B: List any significant spills that have occurred at the facility
                                                  including type of material, amount, where it was spilled, etc. Significant is
                                                  defined for one chemical type - as amounts greater than the reportable
                                                  quantity for CERCLA, etc. If you spill a hazardous waste, that would also
                                                  be a significant spill. In NC, oil spills greater than 25 gallons, must be
                                                  reported and cleaned up with 24 hrs (NCGS § 143 215.85 (b))
Read-Me Page:              EXAMPLE Auto Salvage Yard SPPP FORMs & Instructions

THIS FILE CONTAINS EXAMPLES OF COMPLETED SPPP FORMS FOR AUTO SALVAGE YARDS.
Click on the button to see examples of pages 1-16. The instructions next to the buttons, may help,
too. ALSO - Tips on working with this spreadsheet can be found at bottom of table below. A copy
of the Blank Forms can be downloaded at the link below
BLANK SPPP FORMs                   http://h2o.enr.state.nc.us/su/documents/SPPPTool_NCG10_Blank.xls
EXAMPLE SPPP FORMs (this file)     http://h2o.enr.state.nc.us/su/documents/SPPPTool_NCG10_Example.xls

Page # Name of SPPP Section (Forms)                                             Instructions
        Inspection Checklist                    A single copy of page# 10 must be printed out and completed AT LEAST
  10                                            twice a year (one in the spring and once in the fall); after inspections are
                                                conducted.
        Annual Analytical (Quantitative)
                                                Conduct Stormwater Analytical Monitoring during or immediately following
        Monitoring Log (1)
                                                a storm. This should be done on the first and last year of the permit (1 &
  11                                            5). If cutoff limits are not met, analytical monitoring is also required
                                                annually, every year (yrs 2, 3 & 4, too). See Permit for more instructions.
                                                For list of Labs, see http://h2o.enr.state.nc.us/lab/nccert.htm
        TTO List                                Check off any Total Toxic Organics (chemicals) that are contained in the
  12                                            fluids and other materials used at the facility. This type of information
                                                should be on the material label or on the MSDSS.
        TTO Solvent Management Plan
        TTO Certification Form
  13
                                               Sign the TTO Certification stating you will prevent any TTOs from
                                               contaminating NC creeks, streams, ponds, etc.)
        Semi-Annual Qualitative Monitoring Log Conduct Stormwater "Qualitative" Monitoring during or immediately
                                               following a storm. This is just a visual observation of "discharge
  14                                           characteristics". The first Qualitative Monitoring should coincide with the
                                               first "Analytical Monitoring" effort (see above) and then semi Annually,
                                               every spring and fall, after that.


The following Forms may be used, to keep records of several inspections, as a part of this SPPP
Read-Me Page:              EXAMPLE Auto Salvage Yard SPPP FORMs & Instructions

THIS FILE CONTAINS EXAMPLES OF COMPLETED SPPP FORMS FOR AUTO SALVAGE YARDS.
Click on the button to see examples of pages 1-16. The instructions next to the buttons, may help,
too. ALSO - Tips on working with this spreadsheet can be found at bottom of table below. A copy
of the Blank Forms can be downloaded at the link below
BLANK SPPP FORMs                    http://h2o.enr.state.nc.us/su/documents/SPPPTool_NCG10_Blank.xls
EXAMPLE SPPP FORMs (this file)      http://h2o.enr.state.nc.us/su/documents/SPPPTool_NCG10_Example.xls

Page # Name of SPPP Section (Forms)                                             Instructions
        Vehicle Check-In Sheet
                                                The activity surrounding when the facility first receives a vehicle and starts
  15                                            to dismantle it, is important as far as preventing storm water pollution. This
                                                form can be used, and copies kept as records (evidence), that these
                                                inspections were done.
        Tank Inspection Checklist               Above Ground Storage tanks (ASTs) should be inspected for possible
  16                                            leaks or other occurrences that could lead to stormwater pollution. This
                                                form can be used as an AST inspection check list.

Tips on working with this spreadsheet
        Text in Red                             Writing in red is an example of how a facility should complete their
                                                own SPPP
        Zooming In                              You may need to Zoom in to see more detail on any of the SPPP forms
                                                (i.e., Topo Map). Go to View / Zoom / Click on magnification level (i.e.,
                                                125%)
        If there are too many rows on form,     IF the form has too many rows, delete extra rows by:
        then delete extra rows                  - Go the row you want to delete
                                                - Edit / Delete / Entire Row
        Filling in all blank areas on forms      Every place on all forms should be either completed or a NA entered (for
                                                Not Applicable). In some instances a TBD (To be Determined) may be
                                                entered (i.e., in page # 10)
Page 1: Example Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan
                     (SPPP)
                                      for

                          Charlie's Auto Salvage
                           1200 Oak Ridge Rd
                            Cary, NC 27512
                             (919) 467-8329

         As Required on the Stormwater General Permit No. NCG 100000

          Permit Certificate of Coverage No:               XXXXXXXX


         Permit            Permit Expiration       SPPP            SPPP
     Effective Date              Date           Initial Date    Amend Date
         9/1/02                8/31/07            8/31/06         1/31/07



                                 TABLE of CONTENTS

Page #                         SPPP Section Title                    Permit #s
2         General Location Map                                   1a
3         Yard Areas                                             1b, 1c
4         Site Map                                               1c
5         Certification Statement(s)                             1d, 1e, 7
6         Feasibility Study                                      2a
7         Secondary Containment Schedule                         2b
          BMP Summary, Maintenance & Housekeeping and Other
8         Stormwater Pollution Prevention Measures               2c, 4, 5, 6
8 Info    Types of BMPs Which Can be Used (Do Not Fill Out)      2c
          - Spill Prevention and Response Plans
9         - List of Significant Spills                           3
10        Inspection Checklist                                   8
11        Annual Analytical (Quantitative) Monitoring Log        9
12        TTO List                                               9
          TTO Solvent Management Plan
13        TTO Certification Form                                 9
14        Semi-Annual Qualitative Monitoring Log                 9
 SPPP
                      Records of SPPP Implementation                 Permit #s
   #
15        Vehicle Check in Sheet                                 NA
16        Tank Inspection Checklist                              NA
Check Boxes to verify items have been identified on map or are listed below
   Site Property Line                 Adjacent Street Names
   Name of receiving Municipal Storm Sewer (MSW) and eventual MSW Receiving Water: None Present
   Name of receiving waters if no MSW (streams, ponds, rivers, lakes, etc): Swift Creek
            SDO #1                              SDO #2                                 SDO #3
   Latitude: 35.7642                   Latitude: 35.7650                  Latitude:
   Longitude: -78.7780                 Longitude: -78.7723                Longitude:
Page 2: General Location Map (Include information requested by
checkboxes). Site Name: Charlie's Auto Salvage
                                                                                                Page 8
Page 3: Yard Areas (as Listed in Site Map, 4)
Area #                Area Title                                                                      2
                                                                                       Area Amount (ft )       Drains
(same                      &                     Possible Contaminants & Containers
                                                                                                               to SDO
  as             Activity Description                      (stored or used)           Indoors   Outdoors
 pg 4)        (Loading / Unloading, etc)
                                                                                                                 #?

         Outdoor Vehicle Dismantle Area:

          Vehicles are left there by tow     -    Oils in Engines
         trucks for initial dismantling of   -    AntiFreeze in Radiators
  1      valuable parts.                     -    Batteries                               NA          1000      SDO-1
         - Larger parts are sometimes        -    Gasoline in Tanks
         removed and transferred to indoor
         Dismantle area (engines, Doors,
         Hoods, etc)
         Indoor Vehicle Dismantle Bldg:
                                             - Oils in Engines
                                             - Oils in Drums (temporary storage)
  2      Larger parts are sometimes                                                      2000             NA    SDO-1
                                             - AntiFreeze in Radiators
         dismantled in this area (engines,
                                             - Refrigerants in AC units
         doors, hoods, etc)
         Parts Storage Warehouse (Indoor
         Area) :
                                             120 Gal Used Oil Tank - used for
  3                                                                                      5000             NA    SDO-1
                                             fuel for space heater in winter
         Used parts are stored here on
         shelves and organized by part #.

         Door / Hood / Windshield Storage    No fluids or other possible
  4                                                                                       NA               0    SDO-1
         Racks                               contaminants stored here




                                                                                                SDO = Stormwater Discharge Outlet
                                                                                                                          Page 9
Page 3: Yard Areas (as Listed in Site Map, 4)
Area #                Area Title                                                                   2
                                                                                    Area Amount (ft )       Drains
(same                      &                  Possible Contaminants & Containers
                                                                                                            to SDO
  as             Activity Description                   (stored or used)           Indoors   Outdoors
 pg 4)        (Loading / Unloading, etc)
                                                                                                              #?

                                             Empty, aluminum radiators pose
         Radiator Storage:
                                             very little contamination threat.
  5                                          These are only stored here for            NA               0    SDO-1
         Empty Radiators are crushed in
                                             typically less than a month before
         Area 10 and stored here
                                             recycled.
         Vehicle Shop (Indoor Area):
                                             - Used Oil Tank
  6      Additional Shop Space for                                                    3000             NA    SDO-1
                                             - Used Oil Space Heater
         dismantling vehicles and getting
         used parts ready for re-sale

                                            - Oils in Engines
         Vehicle Storage:
                                            - Fluids in Transmission
                                            - Debris in Vehicle
 7A      Multiple areas throughout the Yard                                            NA               0    SDO-1
                                            - Refrigerants from AC units (If not
         - serves as storage area for used
                                            removed)
         vehicles (junked cars).
                                            - Debris from Car Interiors

         (same as above) - except going to
 7B                                        (same as above)                             NA               0    SDO-2
         SDO-2
                                             - should be empty (no gasoline
  8      Crushed Gas Tanks:                                                            NA         2500       SDO-1
                                             leakage potential




                                                                                             SDO = Stormwater Discharge Outlet
                                                                                                                      Page 10
Page 3: Yard Areas (as Listed in Site Map, 4)
Area #                 Area Title                                                                    2
                                                                                      Area Amount (ft )       Drains
(same                       &                 Possible Contaminants & Containers
                                                                                                              to SDO
  as              Activity Description                  (stored or used)             Indoors   Outdoors
 pg 4)         (Loading / Unloading, etc)
                                                                                                                #?

         Yard Vehicles Storage:
                                              - Oil if leaking from engines
  9                                                                                     3500             NA    SDO-2
                                              - Used Oil from maintenance
         -(forklifts, Gators, ATVs, etc)

         Vehicle Crushing Area:
                                              Majority of possible contaminants
                                              are removed from the vehicle
         Contracted Vehicle Crushers are
                                              before crushing takes place. The
 10      brought into this area 2x per year                                              NA               0    SDO-1
                                              only exception is the transmission,
         to crush vehicles, radiators, and
                                              but crushers do not break them
         fuel tanks (wheels/tires are
                                              open where fluids could leak
         crushed in another area)

                                              - Metals from wheel rims
 11      Tire and Wheel Crusher / Storage:                                               NA         2000       SDO-2
                                              - Area could breed mosquitoes

                                               - Lead from Batteries (especially
                                              important if battery wall is cracked
 12      Battery Storage:                     and lead fall onto grounds and             500             NA    SDO-1
                                              stormwater paths
                                              - battery acid from batteries

 13      Parking Lot:                         Oil from leaking vehicles                  NA          2000      SDO-1

         Above Ground Storage Tank
 14                                           Gasoline and Diesel Oil                    NA         1000       SDO-2
         Areas:



                                                                                               SDO = Stormwater Discharge Outlet
                                                                                                                        Page 11
Page 3: Yard Areas (as Listed in Site Map, 4)
Area #                Area Title                                                                2
                                                                                 Area Amount (ft )       Drains
(same                      &               Possible Contaminants & Containers
                                                                                                         to SDO
  as             Activity Description                (stored or used)           Indoors   Outdoors
 pg 4)        (Loading / Unloading, etc)
                                                                                                           #?

                                           Lowest elevation on property
                                           - all contaminants above, if not
         Stormwater Discharge Outfall 1
  15A                                      managed properly, could be               NA               0    SDO-1
         (SDO-1):
                                           present at the SDOs during a rain
                                           event

         Stormwater Discharge Outfall 2
 15B                                       (same as above)                          NA               0    SDO-2
         (SDO-2):

TOTAL SURFACE AREAs                        SDO #1                                10500         5500
  2                                        SDO #2                                 3500         3000       NA
(ft )                                      Both                                  14000         8500




                                                                                          SDO = Stormwater Discharge Outlet
                                                                                                                   Page 12
  Oak Ridge Rd                             Run-                                                      Swift Creek
                                           On

                      Grassy
                      Area             Parking                13
                                                                                                                15
                                       Office     Parts                                                SDO-1
                                                  Storage
                Door, Hood,                       Warehouse
    Un-used                                                             Indoor
                Windshield
    area (scrub                                                         Vehicle
                Storage Racks                                           Dismantle
                                                                                                                       % of Drainage Area
    bushes)
                                                                                                           1
                                                                           2                                          That is Paved or Hard
                                                          3
                                   4                                                 Vehicle                           Surface:
                                                                                     Receive
                             Used Oil                                                                                             SDO-1: 80%
      Vehicle        Empty Radiator                B
      Storage        Storage                       a                                     1       Crushed                          SDO-2: 70%
                                                   t                                             Vehicles
                                                   t                                             Storage
                                                12 e                                Vehicle
                                                                                    Crushing
                               5                                                    Operation
                                                                                    s                 10
                                                       Vehicle
         7A                                            Shop
                                                              6                          10          Vehicle
                                                                                                     Storage
                                       Used Oil                                Crushed                 7A
                               7B                                              Gas
                                                       Yard                    Tanks
      Vehicle                                          Vehicles
                                                                                                     Vehicle
      Storage                                          Storage                       8               Storage
         7B                                                   9                                                Scale 1” = 150
                                                                        Diesel Oil
                                    Used
                                    Gasoline                                                                          Stormwater
                                                                          Vehicle                                     drainage flow
                                                  14                      Storage
                           Wheel
                           Crusher
                                                                                                       7B
                               11
                                                                               7B
                                                                                                                      Paved Area



                                        Vehicle Storage                                         Pond           15     Stormwater
         Tire & Rim                                                                                                   discharge
         Storage                                                                                                      outfall (SDO)
                                                                                             SDO-2
                                                                   7B
                11


  Stormwater Discharge Outfall(s)                       Location of Material Storage                    Building Locations
  Drainage Areas & Direction                            Material Disposal Areas                         Intake structures
  Adjacent Creeks & Ponds                               Material Process Areas                          Hazardous Waste Storage Areas

Page 4: Site Map (number each area according to pages 3 & 4).
Site Name: Charlie's Auto Salvage
                                                                                                                                Page 13
Page 5A:         Stormwater Discharge Outfall Certification Statement
Read and sign the following certification statement.

I, _Charlie Jones__, certify, that the Stormwater Discharge outfall(s) (SDO) located at the salvage yard listed
below, only contains stormwater runoff from said property. The SDO does not contain waters originating
from any of the following sources:
          - domestic waste water sources (i.e., toilets, sinks, kitchen sinks, washing machines, etc.
          - process wastewater from equipment operation, wash down, fluid removal, etc

         NOTE: Washdown water from vehicle washing is considered "wastewater" and is regulated by NC
         Wastewater Requirements (not Stormwater rules). It is not allowed to be discharged - by the
         Stormwater permit or by this Stormwater SPPP.

Name: Charlie Jones                                    Signature:

Title:   Salvage Yard Owner                                 Date:     11/7/2006




Page 5B:         True & Accurate Information Certification Statement
I _Charlie Jones__ certify, under penalty of law, that this document and all attachments were prepared
under my direction or supervision in accordance with a system designed to assure that qualified personnel
properly gather and evaluate the information submitted. Based on my inquiry of the person or persons who
manage the system, or those persons directly responsible for gathering the information, the information
submitted is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are
significant penalties for submitting false information, including the possibility of fines and imprisonment for
knowing violations.

Name: Charlie Jones                                    Signature:

Title:   Salvage Yard Owner                                 Date:     11/7/2006




Page 5C:          Plan Amendment Certification Statement
I _Charlie Jones__certify, that if changes occur at this facility that could significantly affect the potential for
stormwater pollution, this plan will be amended as needed.

Name: Charlie Jones                                    Signature:

Title:   Salvage Yard Owner                                 Date:     11/7/2006




                                                                                                        Page 14
Page 6: Feasibility Study

 Area #
         Comment on - if you can change or improve existing operations or stormwater controls to reduce stormwater pollution,
         AND if there are obstacles to making these changes. (i.e., Are these changes affordable? Can employees be expected
(Same as
         to perform these changes?, etc)
   4)


          Outdoor Vehicle Dismantle Area: This area cannot be put under cover because of the high expense.

          - The existing concrete pad prevents oils and other fluids from contacting ground and contaminating
   1
          stormwater.
          - Also, all fluids in this area - are either stored in a sealed, leak-proof container, OR re-located under adjacent
          shelter (area #2) before rain events.
          Vehicle Storage Area: This area cannot be put under cover, because of the high expense encountered.
 7A, 7B
          - Other BMPs, Maintenance and Housekeeping efforts will be taken to minimize stormwater pollution (See
          SPPP #2C1)




                                                                                                                        Page 15
Page 7: Secondary Containment Schedule
                                          Secondary Containment (1) , (2)                          Rainwater Release Information
 Area #                                           If No Secondary Containment,                                    If Yes, List procedure
            Description & Size       Type of                                           Can Rainwater
            of Storage Tank or                     What are "Equal Measures of                             (inspections, valving, etc) which
(same as                            Secondary                                          Fill Secondary
                 Container                           Spill Prevention including                             will verify that no contaminated
   4)                            Containment (see                                       Containment
                                                         plans to construct                               rainwater will be released to the
                                      below)                                                Area ?
                                                            containment                                                environment
    3        Used Oil Tank -      Double Walled                    NA                        N/A                           NA
                120 Gal               Tank                                              (located inside
                                                                                             Bldg)

    6        Used Oil Tank -            None         - Overflow Spill Switch                N/A                            NA
                250 Gal                              - Pilings to Protect Tank from   (located inside
                                                     Vehicles                              Bldg)
                                                     - No Floor Drains or access to
                                                     environment
                                                     - Spill Response Team
                                                     (available if needed)
   14        Used Gasoline        Concrete Block                   NA                        Yes          Stormwater Drain is located on the
                 Tank               (painted)                                                             downgrade side of pad, at bottom of
                                                                                                          wall. Drain can be opened after a
                300 Gal           Retaining Wall
                                                                                                          storm to release water, if by visual
                                                                                                          observation, the stormwater does not
   14        Diesel Fuel Oil     (same as above)                   NA                       Yes           contain oil or other pollutants. If
                 Tank                                                                 (same walled in     water does contain oils, pollutants,
                350 Gal                                                                area as above)     etc - we will pump into container and
                                                                                                          dispose of with disposal vendor
(1): If the facility stores oils, fuels, or other liquid petroleum based liquids in above ground tanks, containers, drums or other - then
some form of secondary containment around containers is required. Secondary containment types are defined below:
    Retaining Walls (RW)                 Curbing (C)         Weirs / Booms (WB)           DW = Double Walled Tank
    Dikes (D)                           Sorbents (S)         Gutters / Culverts (GC )     Retention Ponds (RP) Containment Pits (CP)
(2) The size of Secondary Containment structure needed = the contents of the single largest tank within the containment structure
plus sufficient freeboard to allow for the 25 > year / 24 hour storm event.
 Information on a 24 hr/25 Year Flood event can be found at - http://www.erh.noaa.gov/er/hq/Tp40s.htm , OR
                                                                         - http://hdsc.nws.noaa.gov/hdsc/pfds/
                                                                                                                                   Page 16
Page 8: BMP Summary, Maintenance & Housekeeping and Other Stormwater Pollution
Prevention Measures
   Area #      Stormwater Pollution Prevention Procedures including:                    Responsible              Records Demonstrating
               - BMPs (1);                                                              Employees -            Completion of Procedures (3)
 (same as 4)   - Maintenance & Housekeeping;                                                                   (NOTE: Use SPPP Page#'s if
                                                                                          Trained if
               - Inspections (3);                                                       Necessary (2)                  Applicable)
   Overall     Overall Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan - Tasks include:                                 - SPPP Date (page# 1)
 (All Areas)   - Oversight of the SPPP                                                                       - Employee Awareness of SPPP
                                                                              - Charlie Jones
               - SPPP document revisions for salvage yard changes                                            - All records listed below
               - Verify the SPPP is being used (implemented) at the SPPP
   Overall     Solvent Management.                                                                           - TTO Forms (page# 12-13)
 (All Areas)   - Verify that solvents designated as Total Toxic Organics (TTO
               Forms 9BCD) have been identified
               - For these TTO solvents, verify NO DISCHARGE to NC surface - Dave Winfield
               waters (see TTO Form)
               - The TTO Form certification has been signed

               - Fluids Removal and Transferred into Sealed Containers
 1-Outdoor                                                                                                   - Vehicle Check-in Sheet (page#
               (Drums or Tanks)
  Vehicle                                                                            - Dave Kingman          15 )(Kept in Area #2)
               - Battery Removal & Store in Storage Shed (Area #12)
 Dismantle                                                                           - Willie McCovey        -Area Inspection Records (page#
               - Vegetative Buffer (keep plants & grassy strips in-between
    Area                                                                                                     10)
               this area and SDO-1)

               - Mercury Switch Removal
  2-Indoor
               - Refrigerant Removal from AC Units (if no resale is possible)                                Area Inspection Records (page#
  Vehicle                                                                            - Jim Ray Hart
               - Verify that all removed fluids have been stored in                                          10) - kept in Area #2 (file cabinet
 Dismantle                                                                           - Dave Duncan
               appropriate, sealed containers                                                                on back wall)
    Bldg
               - Do not allow washwaters to flow out of bldg onto ground


     (1) BMP is a Best Management Practice for preventing stormwater pollution (see# 2C2 for BMP Glossary)
     (2) Employees who may need training in procedures.
     (3) All areas will have inspections as scheduled and completed in SPPP#8                                                        Page 17
Page 8: BMP Summary, Maintenance & Housekeeping and Other Stormwater Pollution
Prevention Measures
   Area #       Stormwater Pollution Prevention Procedures including:                    Responsible             Records Demonstrating
                - BMPs (1);                                                              Employees -           Completion of Procedures (3)
 (same as 4)    - Maintenance & Housekeeping;                                                                  (NOTE: Use SPPP Page#'s if
                                                                                           Trained if
                - Inspections (3);                                                       Necessary (2)                 Applicable)
   3-Parts      - Keep clean
   Storage                                                                            - Gaylord Perry         - Area Inspection Records (page#
                - No Fluids allowed in this area except for Heating Furnace
 Warehouse                                                                            - George Foster         10)
                Fuel (used oil)
(Indoor Area)
   4-Door /     - Keep Debris cleaned up
    Hood /                                                                            - Vida Blue             - Area Inspection Records (page#
 Windshield                                                                           - Tito Fuentes          10)
                - No oils or other fluids allowed in this area
   Storage
                - Verify all antifreeze has been removed before storing empty
                                                                                      - Orlando Cepeda
 5-Radiator     radiators in this area                                                                 - Area Inspection Records (page#
                                                                                      - Campy
  Storage                                                                                              10)
                                                                                      Campaneris
                - Recycle with reputable recycling company
             - Keep all fluids stored in closed Containers                                                    - Area Inspection Records (page#
 6-Vehicle                                                                            - Blue Moon
                                                                                                              10)
Shop (Indoor                                                                          Odom
             - Verify Used Oil Tank is not leaking and collision blockage is                                  - Tank Inspection Record (page#
   Area)                                                                              - Sal Bando
             always in place                                                                                  16)

 7A-Vehicle                                                                           - Juan Marichal         - Area Inspection Records (page#
                Area inspections completed according to schedule
  Storage                                                                             - Bobby Bonds           10)




      (1) BMP is a Best Management Practice for preventing stormwater pollution (see# 2C2 for BMP Glossary)
      (2) Employees who may need training in procedures.
      (3) All areas will have inspections as scheduled and completed in SPPP#8                                                     Page 18
Page 8: BMP Summary, Maintenance & Housekeeping and Other Stormwater Pollution
Prevention Measures
   Area #      Stormwater Pollution Prevention Procedures including:                    Responsible             Records Demonstrating
               - BMPs (1);                                                              Employees -           Completion of Procedures (3)
 (same as 4)   - Maintenance & Housekeeping;                                                                  (NOTE: Use SPPP Page#'s if
                                                                                          Trained if
               - Inspections (3);                                                       Necessary (2)                 Applicable)

7B-(same as
  above) -
                                                                                                             - Area Inspection Records (page#
except going (same as above)                                                         (same as above)
                                                                                                             10)
     to
   SDO-2

 8-Crushed                                                                           - Joe Rudi              - Area Inspection Records (page#
 Gas Tanks                                                                           - Sal Bando             10)
               Only Empty Tanks will be stored here
   9-Yard
 Vehicles -                                                                                                  - Area Inspection Records (page#
               Under Cover                                                           Yogi Berra
 (forklifts,                                                                                                 10)
  Gators,
               - make sure all vehicles have had fluids removed before
 10-Vehicle
               crushing                                                         Willey Mays                  - Area Inspection Records (page#
  Crushing
               - make sure there is a pad below crusher - to collect any fluids                              10)
    Area
               that are leaked during crushing
11-Tire and - Do not let Tires accumulate more than 1 year, to prevent
  Wheel                                                                                                      - Area Inspection Records (page#
            standing water (mosquitoes, etc) and potential contaminated              Roberto Clemente
 Crusher / stormwater runoff                                                                                 10)
 Storage



     (1) BMP is a Best Management Practice for preventing stormwater pollution (see# 2C2 for BMP Glossary)
     (2) Employees who may need training in procedures.
     (3) All areas will have inspections as scheduled and completed in SPPP#8                                                     Page 19
Page 8: BMP Summary, Maintenance & Housekeeping and Other Stormwater Pollution
Prevention Measures
   Area #       Stormwater Pollution Prevention Procedures including:                   Responsible             Records Demonstrating
                - BMPs (1);                                                             Employees -           Completion of Procedures (3)
 (same as 4)    - Maintenance & Housekeeping;                                                                 (NOTE: Use SPPP Page#'s if
                                                                                          Trained if
                - Inspections (3);                                                      Necessary (2)                 Applicable)

                - Keep Batteries under cover (inside Shed)
 12-Battery                                                                                                  - Area Inspection Records (page#
                - If Battery Case broken, put into plastic box                       Mike Schmidt
  Storage                                                                                                    10)
                - Recycle with verified Battery recycling company

 13-Parking     - Run-On Diverter (Ditch Running to SDO-1) which does not                                    - Area Inspection Records (page#
                                                                                     - Reggie Jackson
     Lot        allow Stormwater to run across facility                                                      10)

  14-Above                                                                                                   Tank Inspection Records (page#
   Ground       - Complete Above Ground Tank monthly Inspections for leaks, - Rollie Fingers
                                                                                                             16) located in Indoor Shop (Area
Storage Tank    rust , corrosion, etc                                       - Catfish Hunter
                                                                                                             #6)
    Areas
     15 -                                                                                                    Stormwater Monitoring Data
                - Area inspections
 Stormwater                                                                                                  (page# 11, 14), kept in Yard
                - Vegetative Buffer at SDO-1 (keep plants and grass strips
  Discharge                                                                           Charlie O'Finley       Supervisor's office
                around SDO-1 area)
 Outfall Area                                                                                                - Area Inspection Records (page#
                - Make sure employees can access SDO sample locations
   (SDO-1)                                                                                                   10)
     15 -
                                                                                                             Stormwater Monitoring Data
 Stormwater     - Area Inspections,
                                                                                                             (page# 11, 14),
  Discharge     - Retention Pond adjacent to SDO-2                                   Casey Stengal
                                                                                                             - Area Inspection Records (page#
 Outfall Area   - Make sure employees can access SDO sample locations
                                                                                                             10)
   (SDO-2)


     (1) BMP is a Best Management Practice for preventing stormwater pollution (see# 2C2 for BMP Glossary)
     (2) Employees who may need training in procedures.
     (3) All areas will have inspections as scheduled and completed in SPPP#8                                                     Page 20
Page 8 Info: Types of BMPs Which Can be Used (Do Not Fill-Out)
BMP                                                BMP Title
 #



Vehicle Check-In BMPs (Fluid Removal)
    1   Gasoline Removal
    2   Anti-Freeze Removal
    3   Battery removal
    4   Mercury Switch removal
    5   Hydraulic Fluids Removal (Brake, etc)
    6   Catalytic Converter removal
    7   Power Steering Fluid Removal
    8   Air Conditioning Refrigerant Removal: Only performed if no resale is possible (can only
        be completed by certified Refrigeration mechanics)
    9 Transmission Fluid Removal
   10 Catalytic Converter removal
   11 Engine Oil Removal: Engine oil maybe left in engine - if needed to prevent engine from
      rusting, etc.
   12 Remove and Drain Oil Filters: (same as above)
   13 Use Drip Pans & Funnels for fluid extractions
   14 Plug all hoses after draining. Plugs, small balls, bolts and golf tees work well to plug rubber
      hoses. Crimp all metal lines.
   15 Pour collected fluids into properly labeled containers: immediately after draining.
      Containers should be protected and sealed and not exposed to stormwater (tank, drum, etc).

   16 Use or reuse all clean fluids such as gasoline and antifreeze.

   17 Store all parts, scrap and cores in a leak-proof container: (if there is a possibility of fluids
      leaking) or on a covered and impervious (concrete) surface with spill controls. Parts and
      cores should be stored in closed bins or in a covered area to keep rainwater and snow from
      coming into contact with them. This will help prevent polluted run-off from contaminating
      surrounding soil or surface waters.




 (1) If BMP is used, it should be listed on SPPP #2C1                                     Page 21
Page 8 Info: Types of BMPs Which Can be Used (Do Not Fill-Out)
BMP                                                BMP Title
 #


Fuel Systems BMPs
   18 Use drip pans to collect excess carburetor cleaning fluid and drain into containers to
      settle particles, then reuse the cleaner.
   19 Use reformulated carburetor cleaners (without 1,1,1 trichloroethane).
   20 Store waste fuel and carburetor cleaners separately in properly labeled containers to
      avoid cross-contamination.
   21 Store flammable products and wastes away from ignition sources such as stoves and
      welding equipment.
   22 Label waste fuels containers with the words “Waste Gasoline” or “Waste Diesel”.
   23 Label waste carburetor cleaner containers with the words “Waste Solvent”.
   24 Store at lease 50 ft from property line - Ignitable and reactive wastes
Used Batteries BMPs
   25 Store spent batteries upright, under cover and on an impervious surface (concrete pad,
      containment pallet, etc.).
   26 Keep spent batteries from freezing to avoid cracking their cases.
   27 Drain cracked or leaking batteries and store waste battery electrolyte as a corrosive
      hazardous waste (this waste must be disposed of as hazardous Waste by a permitted
      disposal company)
   28 Keep a supply of lime or baking soda on hand to neutralize acid spills.
   29 Choose a reputable battery recycler.
   30 Do not pile batteries higher than four high.
   31 Batteries with cracks or missing caps should be stored in water tight, acid resistant
      containers.
   32 Do not pour battery acid on the ground or into a drain
Used Anti-Freeze BMPs
   33   Do not mix used antifreeze with other vehicle fluid waste or any other waste.
   34   Use separate equipment to collect used antifreeze (funnels, pans, storage containers).
   35   Label used antifreeze collection equipment and containers “Used Antifreeze”.
   36   Recycle antifreeze with a legitimate recycling service or recycle on-site. There are a
        number of technologies available for on-site recycling of antifreeze including: filtration,
        distillation and ion exchange.
   37 Do not dispose of used antifreeze on the ground, in a storm drain, septic tank or dry well.




 (1) If BMP is used, it should be listed on SPPP #2C1                                     Page 22
Page 8 Info: Types of BMPs Which Can be Used (Do Not Fill-Out)
BMP                                                BMP Title
 #


Used Tires BMPs
    38 Re-market tires with more than 30% serviceable tread
    39 Separate highest quality casings for retreading,
    40 Store casings in a covered enclosure until shipped,
    41 Minimize on-site tire piles,
    42 Be sure tire piles are accessible to fire and emergency vehicles.
Oil Filters BMPs
    43 Crush or puncture the dome or anti-drain valve and hot drain filters.
    44 Collect oil from filter crushing and manage it the same way as engine waste oils.
    45 Store drained and crushed filters in a leak proof container until recycled or disposed.
    46 Recycle drained or crushed filters with your scrap metals.
Air Conditioning Refrigerant BMPs
    47 Evacuate and recover refrigerant before crushing vehicles or appliances to avoid releases
    48 Use EPA-approved recycling/recovery equipment.
    49 Do not evaporate or vent Freon to the atmosphere.
    50 Maintain records documenting the volume and final disposal of recovered Freon.
    51 Do not sell or recharge a vehicle’s system with recovered Freon.
    52 Maintain records that Freon was recovered on site or that the vehicle/appliance was
       brought in free of Freon.
Yard Procedures BMPs
   53 Yard Inspections
   54 Separate Wastes
   55 Pick Up debris, trash, etc
Recycle, ReUse and Waste Disposal - BMPs
   56   Recycle Metals
   57   Recycle Used Oil
   58   Recycle Mercury Switches
   59   Dispose of Waste Properly
   60   Burn used Oil for Indoor heat




 (1) If BMP is used, it should be listed on SPPP #2C1                                 Page 23
                                                                                                                       Page 24 of 52
Page 9A: Spill Prevention & Response
         Describe Potential Spill
Area #                                                                                                   Spill Team       Other Spill
          (Material, Container,
(same                             Spill Prevention Procedures                                             Leader /      Team Members
           Incident, Potential                                  Spill Response & Clean-Up Procedures
 as 4)                                                                                                    Phone#          / Phone #s
             Consequences)
                                                               - Make Sure Spill Team or those
                                                               designating as spill clean-up
         Parts Storage
                                                               employees, receives spill clean-up      - Gaylord        - George
         Warehouse (Indoor       Conduct Tank Inspections on
  3                                                            training                                Perry / 919      Foster / 919
         Area) :                 a weekly Basis (See page# 16)
                                                               - Make Sure Spill Clean-up              333-2400         222- 4300
         - Used Oil Tank
                                                               equipment is available in case of a
                                                               spill
         Vehicle Shop (Indoor                                                                          - Blue Moon
                                                                                                                        - Sal Bando /
  6      Area):                  (same as above)                same as above                          Odom / 919-
                                                                                                                        919 555-2400
         - Used Oil Tank                                                                               547-8000

         Above Ground Storage                                                                          - Rollie
  14     Tank Areas: (Gasoline (same as above)                  same as above                          Fingers / 919    - Catfish
         and Diesel Tank)                                                                              481-1000         Hunter / 919
                                                                                                                        467-7800
NOTE on Spill Response or Spill CleanUp
- Employees who may expose themselves to hazardous chemicals such as oils, gasoline, battery acids, etc - should receive
"Hazard Communication" training, at least once. This informs them of the potential health risks associated with these materials
AND how to find out more information on preventing these risks & responding to accidents. For example, "HazComm" training
informs employees on how to get information from a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). For small spills (typically less than 5-
gal) of common materials, Haz Comm training may be sufficient as spill prevention and clean-up training.
- For more serious spills, outside agencies may need to be notified (Fire Dept, 911, etc). Employees need to be trained in
notification procedures as well.
- If a facility designates its own employees as the "spill response team" for all types of spill (including larger, more serious
spills), then more extensive training may be required (i.e., HazWOPER)
                                                                                                                            Page 25 of 52
Page9B: Salvage Yard List of Significant                                              Calendar Year Covered:       2006
List all the Significant Spills that have occurred at this Salvage yard during the specified calendar year.
Area #           Area Title                  Material Spilled                 Size of Spill / Date of Spill          Other Comments
                      &
(same       Activity Description
as # 4)    (Loading / Unloading,
                     etc)
NA        No Significant Spills     NA                                NA                                       No Significant Spills have
          have occurred                                                                                        occurred




NOTE: Significant Spills is defined as those that exceed the "Reportable Quantities" or RQ for pollutants as listed in CERCLA legislation
(found in 40 CFR 117 and 40 CFR 302)

NOTE: IF AN OIL SPILL OCCURS THAT MEETS THE BULLETS LISTED BElOW - YOU HAVE A LEGAL OBLIGATION TO REPORT IT
TO YOUR REGIONAL DENR OFFICE or THE DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT,
•         Any spill > 25 gallons
•         Any spill regardless of amount that causes a sheen on surface waters
•         Any spill regardless of amount that occurs within 100 feet of surface waters
•         Any oil spill < 25 gallons that cannot be cleaned up within 24 hours

Contact Information                                                   Fayetteville Regional Office             (910) 433-3300
Asheville Regional Office           (828) 296-4500                    Wilmington Regional Office               (910) 796-7215
Mooresville Regional Office         (704) 663-1699                    Washington Regional Office               (252) 946-6481
Winston-Salem Regional Office       (336) 771-5000                    NC Emergency Mgt (after hrs)             (800) 858-0368
Raleigh Regional Office             (919) 791-4200                    National Response Center                 (800) 424-8802
Page 10: Stormwater Area Inspection Checklist                                                            Choose One Below
(Complete a copy at least two times per year)                                               Fall Inspection for YEAR __2006_____
                                                                                            Spring Inspection for YEAR _______
       Area #           Actual                                                                                                         Clean-Up
(As listed on 3 &4)   Inspection                                                                         Comments                     Completed
                        Date (1)   Condition of Area At time of Inspection              (Clarify Findings Noted in Previous Column)      Date
                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater              - Some of the vehicle engines had been
   1 ; Outdoor                     contaminants                                        removed and not placed under shelter,
     Vehicle     11/28/2006                                                                                                           11/28/2006
                                   Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)       cover, etc (exposing engines / oils to
Disassembly Area
                                                                                       stormwater runoff)
                                   No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                   area

                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)                     - Oil had been drained from vehicles and
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater              left in open top 5-gal buckets (need to be
                                   contaminants                                        transferred into sealed, labeled
                                                                                       container)
2 ; Indoor Vehicle                 Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)
                      11/28/2006                                                       - No "cat litter" sorbent used for drying        TBD
     Dismantle                     No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                   area                                                up spilled oils, was available (NOTE: Cat
                                                                                       Litter used for spill clean up, should be
                                                                                       stored in a separate container & recycled
                                                                                       with the used oil vendor)
                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater
3 ; Parts Storage                  contaminants
   Warehouse          12/3/2006                                                        NA                                                NA
  (Indoor Area)                    Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)

                                   No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                   area




                                                                                                                                      Page 26
Page 10: Stormwater Area Inspection Checklist                                                            Choose One Below
(Complete a copy at least two times per year)                                               Fall Inspection for YEAR __2006_____
                                                                                            Spring Inspection for YEAR _______
       Area #           Actual                                                                                                         Clean-Up
(As listed on 3 &4)   Inspection                                                                         Comments                     Completed
                        Date (1)   Condition of Area At time of Inspection              (Clarify Findings Noted in Previous Column)      Date
                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater              - Large amounts of broken glass laying
 4 ; Door / Hood /                 contaminants                                        around this area. No real stormwater
    Windshield        12/3/2006                                                                                                         TBD
                                   Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)       contaminants, but could create safety
  Storage Racks
                                                                                       hazard
                                   No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                   area

                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater
                                   contaminants
                                                                                       - Radiator fluid in small 1-gallon jugs,
   5 ; Radiator
                      12/6/2006                                                        laying around (could be punctured or           12/6/2006
     Storage                       Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)       spilled)
                                   No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                   area

                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater
                                   contaminants
 6 ; Vehicle Shop                                                                      - Used Oil Tank not labeled (requirement)
                      11/29/2006                                                                                                        TBD
  (Indoor Area):
                                   Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)

                                   No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                   area

                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater
                                   contaminants
   7A ; Vehicle
                      11/29/2006                                                       Batteries not removed from vehicles              TBD
 Storage (SDO-1)
                                   Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)


                                                                                                                                      Page 27
Page 10: Stormwater Area Inspection Checklist                                                          Choose One Below
(Complete a copy at least two times per year)                                            Fall Inspection for YEAR __2006_____
                                                                                         Spring Inspection for YEAR _______
   7A Area #
       ; Vehicle      Actual                                                                                                         Clean-Up
(As listed(SDO-1) 11/29/2006
 Storage   on 3 &4) Inspection                                                       Batteries not removed from vehicles
                                                                                                     Comments                          TBD
                                                                                                                                    Completed
                      Date (1)   Condition of Area At time of Inspection              (Clarify Findings Noted in Previous Column)      Date
                                 No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                 area




                                                                                                                                    Page 28
Page 10: Stormwater Area Inspection Checklist                                                            Choose One Below
(Complete a copy at least two times per year)                                               Fall Inspection for YEAR __2006_____
                                                                                            Spring Inspection for YEAR _______
       Area #           Actual                                                                                                         Clean-Up
(As listed on 3 &4)   Inspection                                                                         Comments                     Completed
                        Date (1)   Condition of Area At time of Inspection              (Clarify Findings Noted in Previous Column)      Date
                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater
                                   contaminants
   7B ; Vehicle                                                                         Mercury Switched had not been
                      11/29/2006                                                                                                        TBD
 Storage (SDO-2)                                                                       removed.
                                   Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)

                                   No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                   area

                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater
                                   contaminants
 8 ; Crushed Gas
                      11/26/2006                                                       NA                                                NA
       Tanks
                                   Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)

                                   No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                   area

                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater               - Forklifts parked with forks very close
                                   contaminants
                                                                                       to oil tanks. Need to prevent a tank
9 ; Yard Vehicles     11/26/2006                                                                                                        TBD
                                                                                       puncture by not allowing them to park
                                   Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)
                                                                                       next to tanks
                                   No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                   area




                                                                                                                                      Page 29
Page 10: Stormwater Area Inspection Checklist                                                            Choose One Below
(Complete a copy at least two times per year)                                              Fall Inspection for YEAR __2006_____
                                                                                           Spring Inspection for YEAR _______
       Area #           Actual                                                                                                         Clean-Up
(As listed on 3 &4)   Inspection                                                                         Comments                     Completed
                        Date (1)   Condition of Area At time of Inspection              (Clarify Findings Noted in Previous Column)      Date
                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater               Crusher did not have drain pan
                                   contaminants
   10 ; Vehicle                                                                        underneath, to prevent fluids from
                      11/26/2006                                                                                                        TBD
  Crushing Area                                                                        leaking out of crushed vehicle and onto
                                   Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)
                                                                                       ground
                                   No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                   area

                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater
  11 ; Tire and                    contaminants                                        - Tires have been accumulating for over
 Wheel Crusher /                                                                       a year allowing standing water in the            TBD
    Storage                        Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)       tires
                                   No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                   area

                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater
                                   contaminants
   12 ; Battery
                                                                                       - Some Batteries are stored outside              TBD
     Storage
                                   Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)

                                   No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                   area




                                                                                                                                      Page 30
Page 10: Stormwater Area Inspection Checklist                                                            Choose One Below
(Complete a copy at least two times per year)                                               Fall Inspection for YEAR __2006_____
                                                                                            Spring Inspection for YEAR _______
       Area #           Actual                                                                                                         Clean-Up
(As listed on 3 &4)   Inspection                                                                         Comments                     Completed
                        Date (1)   Condition of Area At time of Inspection              (Clarify Findings Noted in Previous Column)      Date
                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater
                                   contaminants
 13 ; Parking Lot                                                                      NA                                               TBD
                                   Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)

                                   No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                   area

                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater
                                   contaminants
   14 ; Above                                                                          - No records of tank inspections, as
                                                                                                                                        TBD
  Ground Tanks                                                                         indicated in page# 16
                                   Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)

                                   No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                   area

                                   Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                   Some debris, but no exposed stormwater
                                   contaminants
   15A ; SDO-1                                                                         NA                                               TBD
                                   Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)

                                   No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                   area




                                                                                                                                      Page 31
Page 10: Stormwater Area Inspection Checklist                                                                   Choose One Below
(Complete a copy at least two times per year)                                                      Fall Inspection for YEAR __2006_____
                                                                                                   Spring Inspection for YEAR _______
       Area #           Actual                                                                                                                Clean-Up
(As listed on 3 &4)   Inspection                                                                                Comments                     Completed
                        Date (1)        Condition of Area At time of Inspection                (Clarify Findings Noted in Previous Column)      Date
                                         Clean, Uncluttered (acceptable)
                                         Some debris, but no exposed stormwater
                                         contaminants
   15B ; SDO-2                                                                                NA                                               TBD
                                         Stormwater contaminant exposed (unacceptable)

                                         No Spill Clean-Up Equipment is Available for this
                                         area

                                         Are all containers properly labeled?
                                                                                           - Overall, SPPP is being implemented
                                         Are containers closed, covered, in good condition,
                                         and away from equipment that can cause them to    (Tasks listed in page# 8 are being
     All Areas                                                                                                                                 TBD
                                         tip?                                              conducted, with only several
                                         Is equipment well maintained to prevent leaks and exceptions).
                                         spills?


(1) Inspections must be completed an a semi-annual basis (at least once in the spring and once in the fall). Print out and complete a copy for each inspection.
TBD = To Be Determined; NA = Not Applicable




                                                                                                                                             Page 32
                                Page 11: STORMWATER DISCHARGE MONITORING REPORT (DMR)

                                 Please Mail Original And One Copy To Mailing Address On Back Of This Form

                                                      GENERAL PERMIT NO. NCG100000
Part A: Facility Information

Samples Collected In Calendar Year: 2006                    (all samples shall be reported following receipt from lab, but no later than January 31 of the following year)
Certificate Of Coverage No.         NCG10                                                                     County of Facility               Wake
Facility Name                                Charlie's Auto Salvage                                           Name of Laboratory               Erlenmeyer Labs
Facility Contact                             Charlie Jones                                                    Lab Certification #              6756233
Facility Contact Phone No.                   ( 919 ) 481-9076

Part B: Specific Monitoring Requirements

Outfall      Date              50050         00400          00556           01051            00530            77023            78141
No.          Sample            Total         pH             Oil and        Lead, Total       Total            Ethylene         Total Toxic
             Collected         Flow                         Grease         Recoverabl        Suspended        Glycol           Organics 1
                                                                           e                 Solids
             mo/dd/yr    MG                  unit           mg/l           mg/l              mg/l             mg/l           mg/l
SDO#1          3/29/2006               1.6            6.9               11 < 0.012                   23                   20 NA



Does the facility perform vehicle washing and fueling? __ yes __no
Part C: Storm Event Characteristics

            Total Event Precipitation (inches):             1.5
            Event Duration (hours):                  0.45
            (if more than one storm event was sampled)
            Total Event Precipitation (inches):  NA                                                                                            Form SWU-251-071400
            Event Duration (hours):   NA                                                                                                       Page 1 of 2
                                 STORMWATER DISCHARGE MONITORING REPORT (DMR)

1
 "Based upon my inquiry of the person or persons directly responsible for managing compliance with the permit monitoring requirement for
total toxic organics (TTO), I certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, no dumping of concentrated toxic organics into the
stormwater or areas which are exposed to rainfall or stormwater runoff has occurred since filing the last discharge monitoring report. I
further certify that this facility is implementing the solvent management plan included in the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan."
                                                                  Charlie Jones
                                                                  Name (please print)
                                                                  Salvage Yard Owner
                                                                  Title (please print)

                                                                                                      11/7/2006
                                                               Signature                             Date

I certify, under penalty of law, that this document and all attachments were prepared under my direction or supervision in accordance


                                                                                                      11/7/2006
                                                               (Signature of Permittee)                    (Date)


                                                               MAILING ADDRESS:


                                                               Attn: Central Files
                                                               NCDENR / DWQ
                                                               1617 Mail Service Center
                                                               Raleigh, NC 27699-1617



                                                                                                                  Form SWU-251-071400
                                                                                                                  Page 2 of 2
Page 12: TTO List: List any Total Toxic Organics (TTOs), by number, that are contained in any
solvents used at the facility. If TTOs are present, check off the individual TTO and keep as a record
(only include top of form in SPPP)
TTO               TTO Name                 TTO               TTO Name                TTO               TTO Name
 #                                          #                                         #

    No TTOs are present in solvents
 NA used at this facility                   NA                   NA                  NA                    NA


 NA                   NA                    NA                   NA                  NA                    NA


 NA                   NA                    NA                   NA                  NA                    NA

This list of TTOs can be viewed below (Page 12 on the this spreadsheet file)

      1. Acenaphthene                            23. Cyanides                              45. Mercury and compounds
      2. Acrolein                                24. DDT and metabolites (1)               46. Naphthalene
      3. Acrylonitrile                           25. Dichlorobenzenes (1,2-, 1,3-,         47. Nickel and compounds
                                                 and 1,4-di-chlorobenzenes)
      4. Aldrin/Dieldrin (1)                     26. Dichlorobenzidine                     48. Nitrobenzene
      5. Antimony and compounds (2)              27. Dichloroethylenes (1,1-, and          49. Nitrophenols (including 2,4-
                                                 1,2-dichloroethylene)                     dinitrophenol, dinitrocresol)
      6. Arsenic and compounds                   28. 2,4-dichlorophenol                    50. Nitrosamines
      7. Asbestos                                29. Dichloropropane and                   51. Pentachlorophenol
                                                 dichloropropene




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Page 13A: TTO - Solvent Management Plan

If the facility uses any organic chemical (i.e., solvent, degreaser, etc) that contain toxic pollutants in 40 CFR
401.15 (TTOs as listed on page # 12), they will be identified.

Solvents which contain TTOs will be stored in labeled drums or containers designed to prevent spills and in no
way, allowed to contaminate stormwater.

The facility has implemented an Emergency Preparedness and Response procedure (page# 9A) which provides
facility personnel with instructions to prevent spills and effectively respond to any spill emergencies.

All facility personnel will receive training in the proper handling, storage and disposal of hazardous chemicals in
their workplace.


Page 13B: TTO Certification Form
Read and sign the following certification statement.


I, _Charlie Jones__, based upon my inquiry of the person or persons directly responsible for managing
compliance with the permit monitoring requirement for total toxic organics (TTO), I certify that, to the best of my
knowledge and belief, no dumping of concentrated toxic organics into the stormwater or areas which are exposed
to rainfall or stormwater runoff has occurred since filing the last discharge monitoring report. I further certify that
this facility is implementing the Solvent Management Plan (above) included in the Stormwater Pollution
Prevention Plan (above)."
Name:                    Charlie Jones                                       Signature:

Title:                   Salvage Yard Owner                                        Date:    11/7/2006




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                          Page 14: Stormwater Discharge Outfall (SDO)
                                  Qualitative Monitoring Report

Permit No.: N/C/1 /3 /2/9/5 /7/8 /                  or   Certificate of Coverage No.: N/C/G/_ /_ /_ /_ /_ /_ /
Facility Name:          Charlie's Auto Salvage
County:       Wake County                                Phone No. 919-481-0202
Inspector: Mc Jones
Date of Inspection:     1/4/2006


By this signature, I certify that this report is accurate and complete to the best of my knowledge:



(Signature of Permittee or Designee)

1. Outfall Description
Outfall No.           1 Structure (pipe, ditch, etc.)    Pipe
Receiving Stream:       Swift Creek

Describe the industrial activities that occur within the outfall drainage area: Vehicle Storage




2. Color

Describe the color of the discharge using basic colors (red, brown, blue, etc.) and tint (light, medium,
                      Slightly Brown
dark) as descriptors: ___________________________________________________________________


3. Odor

Describe any distinct odors that the discharge may have (i.e., smells strongly of oil, weak chlorine odor,
etc.):        None


4. Clarity

Choose the number which best describes the clarity of the discharge where 1 is clear and 10 is very
cloudy:
1         2      3       4         5      6        7     8       9        10



                                               Page 1
SWU-242-020705
5. Floating Solids
Choose the number which best describes the amount of floating solids in the stormwater discharge where
1 is no solids and 10 is the surface covered with floating solids:
1       2       3        4       5      6       7        8         9  10

6. Suspended Solids

Choose the number which best describes the amount of suspended solids in the stormwater discharge
where 1 is no solids and 10 is extremely muddy:
1      2       3       4       5       6      7    8       9       10

7. Foam
Is there any foam in the stormwater discharge? Yes     No

8. Oil Sheen

Is there an oil sheen in the stormwater discharge? Yes      No

9. Deposition at Outfall
Is there deposition of material (sediment, etc.) at or immediately below the outfall? Yes No

10. Erosion at Outfall
Is there erosion at or immediately below the outfall? Yes    No

11. Other Obvious Indicators of Stormwater Pollution
List and describe     None




Note: Low clarity, high solids, and/or the presence of foam, oil sheen, deposition or erosion may be
indicative of conditions that warrant further investigation and corrective action.

                                            Page 2
SWU-242-020705
Page 15: Vehicle Check-in Sheet
#            Date   Task to be Performed              Comments

1998 Ford Taurus    Type of Vehicle (Model/Year)      NA

                                                      NA
    1    12/13/2006 Date of Vehicle Reception

                                                      1/4 Tank
    2    12/13/2006 Gasoline Removed

                                                      Left Brake Fluid in Vehicle (possible re-sale)
    3   NA          Brake Fluid Removed

                                                      Left Power Steering in Fluid in Vehicle (possible re-sale)
    4   NA          Power Steering Fluid Removed

                                                      NA
    5    12/14/2006 Anti-Freeze Removal

                                                      NA
    6    12/13/2006 Battery Removed

                                                      Have not removed mercury switches at this time
    7   NA          Mercury Switches Removed

                                                      Have not removed catalytic converter at this time
    8   NA          Catalytic Converter Removed

                                                      Have not removed refrigerant at this time
    9   NA          Refrigerant Removed

                                                      Have not removed transmission fluid at this time
10       12/13/2006 Transmission Fluid Removed

                                                      Have not removed engine oil at this time
11       12/13/2006 Engine Oil Removed
                    Store Above Materials that were
                    Removed - in a sealed, labeled    OK
12       12/13/2006 container, in a sheltered area


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Page 16: Tank Inspection Checklist
 #    Y   N       Date                       Task to be Performed                           Comments / Action Taken to Fix Issue

                           Does the tank or nearby ground/pad, show any sign of
  1             12/24/2006 leakage?                                             NA
                                                                                       Bushes and tall grass are growing up
                           Is your view of the tank bottom obscured in any way         around tank and obscuring view. Will
  2             12/24/2006 (can't really check to see if its leaking)?                 remove by 03/07


  3             12/24/2006 Is the tank rusty, damaged or deteriorating?                NA


  4             12/24/2006 Are any bolts, rivets, or seams damaged?                    NA


  5             12/24/2006 Are tank supports deteriorated or buckled?                  NA


  6             12/24/2006 Is secondary containment damaged or stained?                NA


  7             12/24/2006 Is there oil in the secondary containment area?             NA


  8             12/24/2006 Are any fill ports uncapped?                                NA


  9            12/24/2006 Are any vents obstructed                                       NA
NOTE: If the facility stores oils, fuels, or other liquid petroleum based liquids in above ground tanks, containers, drums or other -
then some form of secondary containment around containers is required. Secondary containment types are defined below:
    Retaining Walls (RW)         Weirs / Booms (WB)                  Curbing (C)           Containment Pits (CP)
    Dikes (D)                    Gutters / Culverts (GC )             Sorbents (S)         Retention Ponds (RP)
Definitions of Stormwater Related Terms
Term                  Definition
25-year, 24 hour stormThe maximum 24-hour precipitation event expected to be equaled or exceeded, on the average, once
event                 in 25 years
Act                   See Clean Water Act.
                      This permit regulates stormwater discharges. Non-stormwater discharges which shall be allowed in the
                      stormwater conveyance system are: (a)           All other discharges that are authorized by a non-
                      stormwater NPDES permit. (b) Uncontaminated groundwater, foundation drains, air-conditioner
                      condensate without added chemicals, springs, discharges of uncontaminated potable water, waterline
Allowable Non-        and fire hydrant flushings, water from footing drains, flows from riparian habitats and wetlands (c)
Stormwater Discharges Discharges resulting from fire-fighting.
                      The arithmetic mean of any set of values is the summation of the individual values divided by the
Arithmetic Mean       number of individual values.
ARO                   Asheville, NC Regional Office
AST                   Above Ground Storage Tank. ASTs are of importance because they contain potential pollutants (oils,
                      gasoline, etc) - which could spill or leak into the environment. Typically, some type of "secondary
                      Containment" is required for all ASTs.
Best Management       Measures or practices used to reduce the amount of pollution entering surface waters. BMPs may take
Practices (BMPs)      the form of a process, activity, or physical structure.
Bio-Filters           Biofilters — Vegetated measures that reduce and remove pollutants, such as filter strips or grassed
                      swales. These measures are called biofilters because they use vegetation to enhance pollutant
                      removal.
Biological uptake     Consumption or use of chemical compounds by living organisms such as bacteria, algae, protozoa,
                      and plants. The chemical compounds, which are as pollutants in stormwater, are taken up for food, to
                      build necessary tissues or for other purposes. Biological uptake can occur in the soil, in water and in
                      deep geologic regions. It is an important tool in stormwater management to remove and reduce
                      various pollutants.
Buffer zones          Strips of undisturbed vegetation around water bodies that help reduce the impact of runoff by trapping
                      sediment and sediment-bound pollutants, encouraging infiltration, and by slowing and spreading
                      stormwater flows over a wide area. Buffer zones are usually bands of natural vegetation left
                      undisturbed during construction, although buffer zones may consist of planted vegetation.



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Definitions of Stormwater Related Terms
Term                    Definition
                        Liquid raw materials, manufactured products, waste materials or by-products with a single above
                        ground storage container having a capacity of greater than 660 gallons or with multiple above ground
Bulk Storage of Liquid storage containers located in close proximity to each other having a total combined storage capacity of
Products                greater than 1,320 gallons.
                        A bypass is the known diversion of stormwater from any portion of a stormwater control facility
Bypass                  including the collection system, which is not a designed or established operating mode for the facility.
CAMA                    Coastal Area Management Act. A North Carolina law to protect the coastal areas from environmental
                        degradation.
Catch Basin             A is that structure at the entrance of a storm drain (like the ones you see on the side of the curb)
                        designed to screen out large objects from washing inside. These structures are also used for the same
                        purpose (or maybe even to help regulate flow) in pond designs to funnel drainage into the pond.
                        The Certificate of Coverage (COC) is the cover sheet which accompanies the general permit upon
                        issuance and lists the facility name, location, receiving stream, river basin, effective date of coverage
Certificate of Coverage under the permit and is signed by the Director.
                        The Federal Water Pollution Control Act, also known as the Clean Water Act (CWA), as amended, 33
Clean Water Act         USC 1251, et. seq.
Cluster development     A planning / architectural technique in which all built-upon areas are placed together rather than
                        spread out over the entire site
COC                     Certificate of Coverage
Combined sewer system sewer system that carries both sanitary wastes and stormwater. Usually found in older areas of large
                        cities, combined sewers are no longer permitted to be used.
Control measures        Devices or facilities that are constructed or installed to reduce the peak flows of stormwater and to
                        remove pollutants from already contaminated stormwater.
Design storm            A hypothetical rainstorm of a specified intensity and duration used in estimating the volume and rate of
                        runoff that a stormwater management system must be designed to accommodate.
Detention               Use of a basin or similar structure to accumulate stormwater and thereby reduce its peak flow to
                        prevent flooding, reduce erosion, and decrease the amount of sediment-bound pollution. Dry detention
                        basins are designed for this purpose.
Director                The Director of the Division of Water Quality, the permit issuing authority.



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Definitions of Stormwater Related Terms
Term                   Definition
Diversions             A type of preventive measure used in stormwater management and for erosion control. Diversions
                       usually consist of an open channel and a berm or dike that redirect runoff away from erodible areas or
                       from flowing over land surfaces that contain pollutants.
Divides                High points or ridges on land which split the flow of stormwater into two directions.
Division or DWO        The Division of Water Quality, Department of Environment and Natural Resources
Drainage area          An area of land where water drains to single point, the outfall (as opposed to water sheds which are a
                       much larger area)
Dry detention          Storing or holding stormwater and releasing it over a set period of time, at least 24 hours, to reduce
                       high peak flows in the receiving water and to remove pollutants.
Ecological integrity   The established balance among the components of a living natural system.
EMC                    The North Carolina Environmental Management Commission.
Erosion                Removal of soil particles from the land surface through the action of runoff water or wind.
Eutrophication         The increased growth of algae, microorganisms, and plants that results from an overabundance of
                       plant nutrients, such as compounds of nitrogen and phosphorus in a body of water.
Exfiltrate             When devices, such as infiltration trenches and infiltration basins, store stormwater and allow it to flow
                       out to infiltrate into the soil.
Filter strips          Flat bands of vegetation, usually grass, planted between pollutant source areas and a receiving water.
                       Filter strips also can be forested or planted with trees and shrubs.
Fingerprinting         The technique of identifying the ultimate development desired and fitting in all necessary components
                       during the planning stage.
First flush            The first portion of runoff from a storm. It usually contains the most polluted stormwater from a site.
Forebays               Separate sections of detention basins or retention ponds where the incoming water enters and a
                       significant amount of sediment and other particles settle out.
                       An individual samples collected instantaneously. Grab samples that will be directly analyzed or
Grab Sample            qualitatively monitored must be taken within the first 30 minutes of discharge.
Grassed swales         Wide, shallow earthen channels covered with a dense growth of a hardy grass.
Ground water           Water located in the ground, held in soil layers near the land surface and in geologic layers below the
                       soil.
Hazardous Substance    Any substance designated under 40 CFR Part 116 pursuant to Section 311 of the Clean Water Act.
HQW                    High Quality Waters are specially designated by the State of North Carolina to be waters of excellent
                       biological, physical and chemical quality.
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Definitions of Stormwater Related Terms
Term                   Definition
Hydrological cycle     The overall movement of all the water on the surface of the Earth, in the ground, and in the
                       atmosphere, as it moves away from and back to the oceans.
Hydrology              The science that deals with water as it occurs on the Earth's surface.
Impervious surfaces    Built-upon areas, such as roofs, roads, or parking lots (High Imperviousness)
Indicator parameters   Certain characteristics of water or a water body that can indicate the presence of a pollutant without
                       having to do a specific laboratory test.
Infiltration           The movement of water from the land surface into the soil. As a stormwater management method,
                       infiltration means directing runoff water onto the soil surface or into storage areas where it can enter
                       the soil.
Initial Abstraction    Amount of rainfall that is retained in surface depressions or on plant leaves or is evaporated, and thus
                       does not become stormwater runoff.
Intakes                Stormwater Intakes are the location where stormwater is initially captured - before it leaves the
                       property through the SDO
Land use               How the land is used, such as forest, agricultural, rural, residential, commercial and industrial use, as a
                       result of development or lack of development. Land use affects the types and amounts of pollutants
                       generated in the area.
                       A disposal facility or part of a disposal facility where waste is placed in or on land and which is not a
                       land treatment facility, a surface impoundment, an injection well, a hazardous waste long-term storage
Landfill               facility or a surface storage facility.
Level spreaders        A constructed device consisting of a channel with a level side berm used to distribute runoff evenly
                       over a disposal area or over a grassed filter strip, forested filter strip or natural buffer zone. The water
                       flows from the channel over the level berm in a thin, even sheet.
Municipal Separate     A stormwater collection system within an incorporated area of local self-government such as a city or
Storm Sewer System     town.
NCG01                  Abbreviation for NCG 010000 - NC DENR/DWQ/Stormwater Unit's General NPDES permit for
                       Construction Activities (More Info: http://h2o.enr.state.nc.us/su/ - click on Phase II… / General
                       Permits)
NCG11                  Abbreviation for NCG 110000 - NC DENR/DWQ/Stormwater Unit's General NPDES permit for Waste
                       Water Treatment Plants (More Info: http://h2o.enr.state.nc.us/su/ - click on Phase II… / General
                       Permits)


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Definitions of Stormwater Related Terms
Term                       Definition
Nonpoint source (NPS)      Pollution that arises from diffuse or dispersed sources, such as the runoff from farmland, forestland, or
pollution                  an urban area rather than from a single, readily identifiable source.
Nonstructural controls     Stormwater management methods that do not require the construction of devices or facilities. Also
                           called preventive measures.
                           The state application form which, when submitted to the Division, officially indicates the facility's notice
Notice of Intent           of intent to seek coverage under a general permit.
NPDES                      National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System - the federally developed program (US EPA), which is
                           implemented by the States (I.e., NC), which governs Stormwater and Wastewater
ORW                        Outstanding Resource Waters, a subset of High Quality Waters, are unique and special waters which
                           have exceptional state or national recreational or ecological significance and exceptional water quality.
Outfall                    The single point in a watershed to which all water flows or drains. (i.e., SDO)
                           Any material of any nature, consolidated or unconsolidated, that overlies a mineral deposit, excluding
Overburden                 topsoil or similar naturally-occurring surface materials that are not disturbed by mining operations.
Particulate-bound
pollutants (or sediment-
                       Contaminants that are attached to soil particles. They can be carried into receiving waters along with
bound)                 the soil particles in stormwater runoff
Permittee              The owner or operator issued a certificate of coverage pursuant to this general permit.
Phased development     A planning method of constructing only a portion of the whole development at one time. Phased
                       .development avoids disturbing large areas of land that will not be needed for long periods of time.
Point Source           The location where stormwater is discharged through a pipe, culvert, flume ,etc (as opposed to non-
                       point source discharge such as field run-off, etc)
                       Any discernible, confined and discrete conveyance including, but not specifically limited to, any pipe,
Point Source Discharge ditch, channel, tunnel, conduit, well, or discrete fissure from which stormwater is or may be discharged
of Stormwater          to waters of the state
Point source pollution Pollution that arises from a single, readily identifiable source, such as a sewage treatment plant or
                       industry and discharged through a pipe or channel.
Pollutant loading      The total amount of pollutants in a specified volume of stormwater runoff.
Pollutant mobility     How far and how quickly a pollutant moves.
Preventive measures    Sometimes called source reduction techniques or source controls. They are management techniques
                       that reduce the exposure of materials to stormwater, thereby limiting the amount of pollutants picked
                       up by runoff.
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Definitions of Stormwater Related Terms
Term                       Definition
Rainfall                   All forms of precipitation
Receiving waters           The body or bodies of water (streams, rivers, lakes or estuaries) into which stormwater runoff flows.
                           When it is established that the discharge of stormwater runoff from a single outfall is representative of
Representative Outfall     the discharges at multiple outfalls, the DWQ may grant representative outfall status. Representative
Status                     outfall status allows the permittee to perform analytical monitoring at a reduced number of outfalls.
                           A storm event that measures greater than 0.1 inches of rainfall and that is preceded by at least 72
                           hours in which no storm event measuring greater than 0.1 inches has occurred. A single storm event
                           may contain up to 10 consecutive hours of no precipitation. For example, if it rains for 2 hours without
Representative Storm       producing any collectable discharge, and then stops, a sample may be collected if a rain producing a
Event                      discharge begins again within the next 10 hours.
Retention                  Holding stormwater for an extended period of time to allow for pollutant removal through settling and
                           biological uptake.
                           The discharge of rinse water from equipment cleaning areas associated with industrial activity. Rinse
                           waters from vehicle and equipment cleaning areas are process wastewaters and do not include
Rinse Water Discharge      washwaters utilizing any type of detergent or cleaning agent.
Runoff                     The rainwater that runs off the land surface into adjacent bodies of water.
SA, SB, SC                 Classifications of saltwater in North Carolina. Class SC waters are classified for secondary recreation,
                           fishing, and aquatic life. In addition to the uses of SC waters, Class SB waters are protected for
                           primary recreation, including swimming. Class SA waters support all the uses of Class SC and SB
                           waters and also support commercial shellfish harvesting.
SDO                        Stormwater Discharge Outfall (the pipe, culvert, etc -where stormwater is discharged into a NC
                           Surface Water. This is typically - the point where stormwater leaves the property line. A facility can
                           have one or more SDOs, however, one SDO maybe similar enough to others - so that the facility can
                           choose a single SDO - to be representative of all SDOs (for sampling, observing, etc)
Seasonal development       A development technique that avoids construction activities during weather that could cause undue
                           pollutant loading in runoff or adversely affect plant or animal species.

                      Spill containment for the contents of the single largest tank within the containment / structure plus
Secondary Containment sufficient freeboard to allow for the 25-year, 24-hour storm event. /



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Definitions of Stormwater Related Terms
Term                    Definition
                        A chemical or chemical category which: (a) Is listed in 40 CFR 372.65 pursuant to Section 313 of Title
                        III of the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) of 1986, also titled the Emergency
                        Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986; (b) Is present at or above threshold levels at a
                        facility subject to SARA title III, Section 313 reporting requirements; and (c) That meet at least one of
                        the following criteria:(1) Is listed in appendix D of 40 CFR part 122 on either Table II (organic priority
                        pollutants), Table EH (certain metals, cyanides, and phenols) or Table IV (certain toxic pollutants and
                        hazardous substances);(2) Is listed as a hazardous substance pursuant to section 31 l(b)(2)(A) of the
Section 313 Water       CWA at 40 CFR 116.4; or (3)            Is a pollutant for which EPA has published acute or chronic water
Priority Chemical       quality criteria.
Sediment                Fine soil particles carried in stormwater runoff. Sedimentation — The depositing of sediment into
                        bodies of water.
Setback requirements    Requirements in local or state regulations that prohibit development or construction within set
                        distances from water bodies or sensitive areas to protect the water body or sensitive area from undue
                        impact.
                        Means substantial physical damage to property, damage to the control facilities which causes them to
                        become inoperable, or substantial and permanent loss of natural resources which can reasonably be
Severe Property         expected to occur in the absence of a bypass. Severe property damage does not mean economic loss
Damage                  caused by delays in production.
Short-circuiting        The situation where newer stormwater flows directly to the outfall, bypassing the main part of the
                        basin. Short-circuiting prevents proper pollutant removal because the stormwater moves too quickly
                        through the basin.
                        Includes, but is not limited to: raw materials; fuels; materials such as solvents, detergents, and plastic
                        pellets; finished materials such as metallic products; raw materials used in food processing or
                        production; hazardous substances designated under section 101(14) of CERCLA; any chemical the
                        facility is required to report pursuant to section 313 of Title III of SARA; fertilizers; pesticides; and
                        waste products such as ashes, slag and sludge that have the potential to be released with stormwater
Significant Materials   discharges.
                        Includes, but is not limited to: releases of oil or hazardous substances in excess of reportable
                        quantities under section 311 of the Clean Water Act (Ref: 40 CFR 110.10 and CFR 117.21) or section
                        102 of CERCLA (Ref: 40 CFR 302.4). An oil spill of greater than 25 gallons is considered significant
Significant Spills      as NC Laws (NCGS 143-215.85) require regulatory agency notification and clean up.
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Definitions of Stormwater Related Terms
Term                     Definition
Source reduction         Controlling or eliminating the sources of pollutants so that the amounts of pollutants entering
                         stormwater are reduced.
SPPP                     Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (required by NC Stormwater permits). Sometimes referred to as
                         SWP3 or SP3
Stormwater               The water that runs off the land as a result of precipitation. Both its quality and its quantity are
                         important to environmental considerations.
                         The discharge from any point source which is used for collecting and conveying stormwater and which
                         is directly related to manufacturing, processing or raw material storage areas at an industrial site.
                         Facilities considered to be engaged in "industrial activities" include those activities defined in 40 CFR
Stormwater Associated 122.26(b)(14). The term does not include discharges from facilities or activities excluded from the
with Industrial Activity NPDES program.
Stormwater Infiltration A is a structure designed to infiltrate (percolate) water into the subsurface. It's usually designed to first
Device                   capture a certain amount of runoff volume and then slowly allow it to infiltrate into the soil below,
                         usually over a period of two days or so (depending on the design.)
Stormwater peak flow     The maximum flow or maximum rate at which stormwater runs off a site.
Stormwater Pollution     A comprehensive site-specific plan which details measures and practices to reduce stormwater
Prevention Plan          pollution and is based on an evaluation of the pollution potential of the site.
Stormwater Pollution     Characterizes the site by describing the location of buildings, stored materials, sources of pollutants
Prevention Plan (SPPP) and stormwater drains. It also contains information about how water collects and flows over the site
                         and enters a receiving water, and information on the volume and peak flow of stormwater from the site
                         and the types and amounts of pollutants in the stormwater. A Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan
                         has five parts: a site plan, a stormwater management plan, a spill prevention and response plan, a
                         preventive maintenance and good housekeeping program, and a training program for all employees.
                         The flow of water which results from precipitation and which occurs immediately following rainfall or as
Stormwater Runoff        a result of snowmelt.
Stormwater volume        The total amount of stormwater from a site during a storm.
Surface water            Water that is on the surface of the land, in puddles, streams, rivers and lakes (as opposed to ground
                         water)
Suspended sediment       Very fine sediment that stays in the water without settling out. Causes the water to become cloudy or
                         muddy.

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Definitions of Stormwater Related Terms
Term                    Definition
Systems approach        The development of a stormwater management plan for a site using a system of all appropriate
                        management measures, both preventive and control measures.
                        The maximum 24 hour precipitation event expected to be equaled or exceeded on the average once in
                        ten years. Design storm information can be found in the State of North Carolina Erosion and Sediment
Ten Year Design Storm   Control Planning and Design Manual.
                        The flow corresponding to the time period over which the sample collection occurs. The total flow can
                        be calculated based on the size of the area draining to the outfall, the amount of the built-upon
                        (impervious) surfaces within the drainage area, and the total amount of rainfall occurring during the
Total Flow              sampling period.
Toxic Pollutant         Any pollutant listed as toxic under Section 307(a)(l) of the Clean Water Act.
Turbid                  A description of clarity meaning - not clear, cloudy.
                        Means an exceptional incident in which there is unintentional and temporary noncompliance with
                        technology based permit effluent limitations because of factors beyond the reasonable control of the
                        permittee. An upset does not include noncompliance to the extent caused by operational error,
                        improperly designed treatment or control facilities, inadequate treatment or control facilities, lack of
Upset                   preventive maintenance, or careless or improper operation.
UST                     Underground Storage Tank
Vehicle Maintenance     Vehicle rehabilitation, mechanical repairs, painting, fueling, lubrication, vehicle cleaning operations, or
Activity                airport deicing operations.
                        Solid particulate matter, both mineral and organic, that has been or is being transported by water, air,
Visible Sedimentation   gravity, or ice from its site of origin which can be seen with the unaided eye.
Watershed (drainage     The area of land from which all runoff drains to a single point, the outfall. Watersheds can be small or
area)                   very large a flowing from them can flow into a stream, river, lake or estuary.
Wet retention pond      Wet retention ponds retain stormwater and release it over a period of two to five days. These reliable
                        and effective ponds have a permanent pool of water which allows enhanced pollutant removal from
                        stormwater.




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Definitions of Stormwater Related Terms
Term                  Definition
WS-I, II, in, IV, V   Waters which serve as water supplies for municipal drinking water systems. The highest quality waters
                      are Class WS-I; the lowest quality waters are Class WS-V. Watersheds where these waters are
                      located have certain restrictions on development and other activities to protect the water from
                      contamination. For example, Class WS-I waters are essentially in natural and undeveloped
                      watersheds and have the most restrictive limitations for development and point source discharges.
                      Class WS-I V waters are generally in moderate to highly developed watersheds and have less
                      restrictive limitations for development.

More Detail on Terms
Best Management       —Specific practices or measures that can effectively and efficiently reduce stormwater pollution. Some
Practices (BMPs)-     BMPs are known as preventive measures because they stop pollutants at their source or prevent
Detailed Definition   contaminants from entering stormwater. Other BMPs are called control measures because these
                      measures treat or try to remove pollutants already in stormwater. The idea behind both types of
                      measure is to prevent pollutants from reaching bodies of water. Preventive measures have the
                      advantages of usually being inexpensive and preventing up to 100% of the pollutants from getting into
                      streams and rivers. Control measures are used to reduce the amount of pollutants in stormwater in
                      situations where preventive measures cannot be used or where the stormwater runoff contains
                      pollutants. SEE PAGE# 8-info.




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Locations of Stores in NC to Purchase USGS Topo Maps (as of
01/07)
                    Business                    Location           Phone
  1   COMPLEAT NATURALIST LTD., THE      Asheville, NC        (828) 274-5430
  2   NC MARITIME MUSEUM                 Beaufort, NC         (252) 728-7317
  3   TAKE A HIKE MOUNTAIN OUTFITTER     Black Mountain, NC   (828) 669-0811
  4   OUTDOOR PATHS MAP STORE            Blackmountain, NC    (828) 669-0022
  5   BLUE PLANET MAP COMPANY            Boone, NC            (828) 264-5400
  6   FOOTSLOGGERS                       Boone, NC            (828) 262-5111
  7   HIGHLAND BOOKS                     Brevard, NC          (828) 884-2424
  8   NANTAHALA OUTDOOR CENTER           Bryson City, NC      1-800-367-3521
  9   OMNI RESOURCES                     Burlington, NC       (800) 742-2677
 10   TOWNSEND BERTRAM CO                Carrboro, NC         (919) 933-9712
      RECREATION EQUIPMENT INC- STORE
 11   41                                 Cary, NC             (919) 233-8444
 12   CLARK ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES       Castle Hayne, NC     1-888-758-3900
 13   CAROLINA MAPS BY MAIL              Charlotte, NC        (704) 365-9857
 14   MAP SHOP, THE                      Charlotte, NC        1-800-532-6675
 15   TIER ONE OUTFITTERS                Fayetteville, NC     1-888-642-1975
 16   MACON COUNTY's ACE HARDWARE        Franklin, NC         (828) 524-0502
      SOUTHERN PHOTO PRINT AND SUPPLY
 17   CO                                 Greensboro, NC       1-800-334-0842
 18   HIGHLAND HIKER                     Highlands, NC        (866) 836-9920
 19   BLUFF MOUNTAIN OUTFITTERS          Hot Springs, NC      (828) 622-7162
      NC-NEW RIVER SOIL & WATER
 20   CONSERVATION DISTRICT              Jefferson, NC        (336) 246-5258
 21   MAP SUPPLY INC                     Lexington, NC        1-800-258-9235
 22   DIAMOND BRAND CAMPING CENTER       Naples, NC           1-800-459-6262
 23   BACKCOUNTRY OUTDOORS               Pishgah Forest, NC   (828) 884-4262
 24   DUNCAN PARNELL RALEIGH             Raleigh, NC          1-800-849-7709
      SYLVA HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY,
 25   THE                                Sylva, NC            (828) 586-2611
 26   MAST GENERAL STORE                 Valle Cruces, NC     (828) 963-6511
 27   OSONDU BOOKSELLERS, LLC            Waynesville, NC      1-800-456-8062
 28   COPYCAT PRINT SHOP, INC.           Wilmington, NC       (910) 343-1343
WebSites to Access Maps


                      Web Sites
http://terraserver-usa.com/                        Down Load Maps
http://www.topozone.com/viewmaps.asp               Down Load Maps
http://erg.usgs.gov/isb/pubs/forms/usgsbooks.pdf   To Order USGS Maps by Mail
http://maps.google.com/                            Down Load Maps
http://www.maptech.com/                            Down Load Maps

								
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