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					     CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE
LOCAL IMPLEMENTATION PROGRAM


         APPENDIX A-9

    EXISTING DEVELOPMENT


          INDUSTRIAL

          COMMERCIAL

          RESIDENTIAL

     COMMON INTEREST AREA /
    HOME OWNER ASSOCIATIONS
A-9.1 Industrial Program

The program described in this section was developed pursuant to Section F.3.b of the
San Diego Order and Section 9.0 of the DAMP and contains the information required, as
specified in Section H.1.a.(3) of the San Diego Order.

A-9.1.1     Pollution Prevention and Program Administration

The City of San Clemente’s Industrial Component includes specifications for pollution-
prevention methods for industrial areas and activities located within the City. Specific
pollution prevention practices for industry have been identified by the City and have
been incorporated as combined Industrial/Commercial BMP Fact Sheets. The City
through an inspection program summarized in Section A-9.1.5 of the Industrial Program
will verify implementation of pollution prevention methods by industries. Inspectors
will use a checklist for their inspections, which will also include appropriate pollution-
prevention methods.

The City of will implement the Industrial Program through various City departments.
The responsibilities of City departments and internal coordination of LIP activities are
discussed in Section A-2.3.

A-9.1.2      Source Identification

The City of San Clemente is required to develop, and update annually, a watershed-
based inventory of all industrial sites within its jurisdiction, regardless of site
ownership. The process for conducting the inventory was explained in the Section 9.4.3
of the DAMP. The components that comprise the inventory include:

•   All industrial facilities located within the City’s jurisdiction
•   Watersheds where each industrial facility is located
•   Identified potential pollutants and activities with the potential to discharge
    pollutants
•   Identified industrial discharges into, or adjacent to, an Environmentally Sensitive
    Area (ESA)
•   Identified discharges into an ESA that include pollutants of concern.

The inventory of commercial/industrial facilities is provided in Exhibit A-9.I

A-9.1.3     Prioritization for Inspection

To comply with these permit requirements, the City of San Clemente prioritized
industrial sites and sources as high, medium, and low, based on their respective threat
to water quality and the procedures set forth in Section 9.4.3.2 of the DAMP. A
classification of High Priority indicates that the facility contains a site or sources with a
high potential threat to the water quality. Permit requirements classify some industries
as mandatory High Priority facilities. For industries that were not pre-classified, the
prioritization process, which is consistent with permit requirements as outlined in


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Section 9.4.3.2 of the DAMP, consisted of assigning a score to each facility based on the
following factors:

•   Type of Activity
•   Material Used
•   Waste Generated
•   Pollutant Discharge Potential
•   Non-Storm Water Discharges
•   Size of Facility
•   Proximity to an Environmentally Sensitive Water Body

Industries that received a score of greater than or equal to 25 were ranked as High
Priority, those with a score below 25 and greater than 15 were ranked as Medium
Priority, and those with a score less than or equal to 15 were ranked as low priority. The
summary of prioritized facilities is shown in Exhibit A-9.I

Industrial facilities classified as High Priority are inspected every year, or once every
two years if the City has certified in writing to the SDRWQCB that the City has record of
the facilities WDID#, has reviewed the facilities SWPPP, has found that the SWPPP to be
in compliance with all local ordinances, permits, and plans, and has found that the
SWPPP to be properly implemented. Industrial facilities classified as Medium and Low
Priority for inspections require facility inspections on an as-needed basis.

A-9.1.4      BMP Implementation

The City of San Clemente has identified activity-specific BMPs for industrial facilities as
set forth in Section 9.4 of the DAMP and modified according to City requirements which
are attached as BMP Fact Sheets in Exhibit A-9.II. and shown in Table A-9.1.1 on the
following page. The selected BMPs are appropriate to prevent or mitigate pollution
generated from the specific activities typical of industrial sites within the jurisdiction.
The City will require the implementation of applicable BMPs at each industrial site
facility, as appropriate, based on site-specific conditions to eliminate prohibited
discharges and limit the potential impact of the industrial activities on receiving water.
If particular BMPs are infeasible at any specific site, other equivalent BMPs will be
implemented.

A-9.1.5     Inspection, Monitoring and Enforcement

A-9.1.5.1     Inspection

Inspection frequencies for industrial facilities are based on Permit requirements and the
priority ranking assigned to each facility as shown in Table A-9.1.2 on the following
page.




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                                Table A-9.1.1 - Identified Industrial BMPs

                                             Activity                                                   BMP Fact Sheet
Airplane Maintenance and Repair                                                                                 IC-1
Animal Handling Areas                                                                                           IC-2
Building Maintenance                                                                                            IC-3
Carpet Cleaning                                                                                                 IC-4
Concrete and Asphalt production, application, and cutting                                                       IC-5
Contaminated or erodible surfaces areas                                                                         IC-6
Landscaping maintenance                                                                                         IC-7
Nurseries and greenhouses                                                                                       IC-8
Outdoor drainage from indoor areas                                                                              IC-9
Outdoor loading/unloading of materials                                                                         IC-10
Outdoor process equipment operation and maintenance                                                            IC-11
Outdoor storage of raw materials, products, containers                                                         IC-12
Over water activities                                                                                          IC-13
Painting, Finishing and Coatings of Vehicles, Boats, Buildings and Equipment                                   IC-14
Parking and storage area maintenance                                                                           IC-15
Pool and Fountain cleaning                                                                                     IC-16
Spill prevention and cleanup                                                                                   IC-17
Vehicle and equipment fueling                                                                                  IC-18
Vehicle and equipment maintenance and repair                                                                   IC19
Vehicle and equipment washing and steam cleaning                                                               IC-20
Waste handling and disposal                                                                                    IC-21
Eating and drinking establishments                                                                             IC-22



                  Table A-9.1.2 – Inspection Schedule Based on Priority Ranking

                                   Priority                 Inspection Frequency
                                    High                   Annually or biannually1
                                   Medium                        As-needed2
                                    Low                          As-needed2
1 – Bi-annually (once every two years) for any site that the City certifies all of the following in a written statement to
the RWQCB:
      a. City has record of the industrial facility's Waste Discharge Identification Number (WDID#) documenting
          facility's coverage under the statewide General Industrial Permit; and
      b. City has reviewed the Industrial facility's Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP); and
      c.  City finds SWPPP to be in compliance with all local ordinances, permits, and plans; and
      d. City finds that the SWPPP is being properly implemented on site.
2   – At least once per permit cycle (every 5 years) is recommended




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For high priority industrial sites subject to the California Statewide General Industrial
Permit for Stormwater Discharges, the City will contact the facility prior to scheduling
an annual inspection, to determine if the facility has been or is scheduled to be
inspected by the SDRWQCB during that year, in which case the requirement for City
inspection during that same year will be considered to be already satisfied.

The City of San Clemente will inspect industrial facilities to determine if they are in
compliance with City ordinances, to review BMP implementation, to assess BMP
effectiveness and to verify inventory information used for facility prioritization. Such
inspections include review of:

             •    Material and waste handling and storage practices,
             •    Pollution control BMP implementation and maintenance, and
             •    Evidence of past or present unauthorized, non-storm water discharges.

The inspection procedures and inspection form provided in Exhibit A-9.III will be used
and provides a series of questions about specific activities taking place at a facility, as
well as a list of suggested corrective actions that can be implemented should a problem
be found.

In general the City of San Clemente will conduct one of two types of inspections:

    Compliance Inspections
      Initial compliance inspections will be announced so that the inspector can meet
      with responsible facility official(s) (e.g., owner, superintendent, compliance
      manager, engineering consultant, etc.) in order to provide more efficient
      communication of the storm water requirements and inspection goals. The
      inspection will focus on current facility operations and activities, BMPs currently
      in use, and the effectiveness of those BMPs. This inspection will also focus on
      verifying inventory spreadsheet information and, whenever possible, provide
      out reach education to facility staff. All re-occurring compliance inspection will
      cover the same information as an initial compliance inspection, but will typically
      be unannounced in order to verify compliance and that BMPs are being
      effectively implemented.

    Follow-up Inspections
        For those facilities deemed to be non-compliant, the City will perform
        compliance inspections at appropriate intervals until said facilities are shown to
        be compliant. Generally, these inspection will be similar to Advisory Inspection
        except that a) they will focus primarily on areas where a facility was deemed to
        be non-compliant and b) the inspections may be announced or unannounced,
        depending on which course of action the Permittee deems will be most
        conducive to continued facility compliance.

Should an inspected site demonstrate non-compliance, the City will coordinate the
notification of appropriate agencies. An incident or practice of non-compliance that


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requires a hazardous materials emergency response will be considered a threat to
human or environmental health and will be reported to the RWQCB and to appropriate
hazardous waste management agencies. The City will provide oral notification to the
RWQCB within 24 hours of the discovery of a non-compliant site meeting the criteria
listed below. This will also be followed by written notification within 5 days of the
discovery.

Criteria to be used to determine whether an event of non-compliance poses a threat to
human or environmental health includes the following:
    The event poses a significant or imminent threat to the quality of surface or ground
    waters and/or their beneficial uses.
    The event results in a spill or discharge of hazardous materials in excess of
    reportable quantities (as listed in 40 CFR Part 117 or 302).
    The event results in a spill or discharge of hazardous materials requiring a
    hazardous materials emergency response (see Section 10 of the DAMP).

A-9.1.5.2 Monitoring

The City of San Clemente will require monitoring to be conducted at high threat to
water quality industrial sites. These facilities are noted in the inventory database noted
in Exhibit A-9.I. Industries that conduct monitoring in accordance with the monitoring
requirements of the General Industrial Stormwater Permit are expected to also generate
data meeting the City requirements. Industries also have the option of participating in a
group-monitoring program in accordance with the guidelines specified in the General
Industrial Storm Water Permit, to meet the requirements of the City.


The monitoring program for industrial sites will as a minimum include runoff water
quality data collection from two storm events per year on the following constituents:
    •    Any pollutant listed in effluent guidelines subcategories where applicable;
    •    Any pollutant for which an effluent limit has been established in an existing
         NPDES permit for the facility;
    •    Oil and grease or total organic carbon (TOC);
    •    pH;
    •    Total suspended solids (TSS);
    •    Specific conductance;
    •    Toxic chemicals and other pollutants that are likely to be present in storm water
         discharges; and
    •    Any pollutant that may be used, stored, or generated at the facility, which may
         be discharged to a water body or a tributary to a 303(d) water body, unless the
         facility can demonstrate approval of No Exposure Certification.




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The City of San Clemente may use the monitoring approach noted in Exhibit A-9.IV.
Utilization of monitoring data will be as follows:
    •    The effectiveness of BMPs implemented to prevent or reduce pollutants in storm
         water discharges may be assessed.
    •    The storm water discharge data will be reviewed annually during inspection of
         the industrial facility by the City, and included in the City’s annual reports.

Industrial facilities will be required to maintain records of all monitoring information,
and all High Priority industrial facilities will be required to submit an Annual Report by
July 1 of each year to the City. The report will contain a summary of the results of the
observations and sampling for that year, as well as any corrective actions taken in
response to the observations and sampling.

A-9.1.5.2    Enforcement

City inspectors with enforcement authority will pursue enforcement actions to industrial
facility owners and operators determined to be out of compliance with ordinances and
permits. The inspectors will document each observed violation. Depending on the
severity of the violation, enforcement actions can range from a verbal warning to civil or
criminal court actions with monetary fines.

If a City inspector observes a significant and/or immediate threat to water quality,
action will be taken to require the facility owner and/or operator to immediately
cease the discharge.

The enforcement mechanisms available to inspectors, as detailed in Section 9.4.5 of the
DAMP, are as follows (in increasing order of severity):

             •    Public Education/BMP Distribution/Voluntary Compliance
             •    Verbal Warning/Written Warning/Notice of non-compliance
             •    Administrative compliance orders
             •    Cease and desist orders
             •    Civil or Criminal Enforcement
             •    Nuisance Abatement

 While these measures typically escalate in enforcement action, they are not required to
be issued in the exact order presented here. City inspectors will apply or recommend
any of the enforcement steps as appropriate. The City of San Clemente will ensure that
violations of a similar nature are subjected to similar types of enforcement remedies.




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A-9.1.6      Training and Outreach

A-9.1.6.1     Training


Employees from appropriate departments will attend annual training programs
associated with the industrial program. Currently the County is developing two
training modules: General Program Management and Commercial/Industrial Program
Implementation, which will be included in Appendix B-9 of the DAMP. Once
completed the City will attend and participate in the training sessions. The City will
maintain records of Permittee-sponsored training provided to staff to monitor staff
development, determine when training sessions must be conducted, and documented
evidence of training for enforcement and compliance purposes.
In addition the City will seek other training opportunities. Records of non-city
sponsored training, such as regional and national organization sponsored training, will
also be maintained.

A-9.1.6.2.     Outreach

The outreach strategy for reaching industrial businesses includes efforts such as
including storm water information of the City’s webpage, sending mailings, holding
workshops, and development and distribution of brochures, posters, fact sheets, etc.
The outreach component of the DAMP and LIP goes into specific detail on specific
requirements for outreach efforts.

A-9.1.7      Program Assessment

A-9.1.7.1     Reporting

The City of San Clemente is required to provide notification to the RWQCB of
noncompliant sites in the City that are determined to pose a threat to human or
environmental health. Verbal notification is required within 24 hours of the discovery of
noncompliance and a written report should be submitted to the RWQCB within 5 days
of the incident.

The City of San Clemente will submit an Annual Progress Report each year to the
Principal Permittee. This report will provide the basis for evaluating the city’s efforts
towards the reduction of water pollution from industrial activities. The annual report
demonstrates commitment to pollution prevention and source reduction by providing
an iterative evaluation process. The Annual Progress Report will include:

    The total number of sites inventoried and prioritized (report will include the latest
    inventory spreadsheet);

    The total number of high, medium and low priority sites that were inspected;

    The number of enforcement actions that were taken;


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    Monitoring data;

    BMP implementation; and

    Training and outreach.

A-9.1.7.2.       Assessment

In assessing the effectiveness of the program, the following items will addressed on
an annual basis:

             •     Assessment of inspection/enforcement efficacy, based on follow-up
                   inspections (track improvements in compliance with Permittee’s
                   ordinance requirements and type of follow-up action)
             •     Assessment of whether facilities are implementing or adequately
                   implementing BMPs (evaluate outreach and inspection efforts to
                   convey the program)
             •     Comparison of monitoring results to USEPA industrial storm water
                   benchmarks
             •     Overall assessment of program element effectiveness
             •     Specific action plans and timeframes for implementing necessary
                   improvements




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A-9.2 Commercial Program

The program described in this section was developed pursuant to Section F.3.c. of the San Diego
Order and Section 9.0 of the DAMP and contains the information required, as specified in
Section H.1.a.(4) of the San Diego Order.

A-9.2.1     Pollution Prevention and Program Administration

The City of San Clemente’s Commercial Component includes specifications for pollution
prevention methods for commercial areas and activities located within the City. Specific
pollution prevention practices for industry have been identified by the City and have been
incorporated as combined Industrial/Commercial BMP Fact Sheets. The City through an
inspection program summarized in Section A-9.2.5 of the Commercial Program will verify
implementation of pollution-prevention methods. Inspectors will use a checklist for their
inspections, which will also include appropriate pollution-prevention methods.

The City will implement the Commercial Program through various City departments. The
responsibilities of City departments and internal coordination of LIP activities are discussed in
Section A-2.3.

A-9.2.2     Source Identification

The City of San Clemente is required to develop, and update annually, a watershed-based
inventory of commercial sites within its jurisdiction, regardless of site ownership. The process
for conducting the inventory is explained in the Section 9.4.2 of the DAMP. The components
that comprise the inventory include:

•   All “High Priority” commercial facilities listed in Table 9.1 from Section 9.4.2 of the DAMP
    that are located within the City’s jurisdiction.
•   Watersheds where each commercial facility is located.
•   Identified potential pollutants and activities with the potential to discharge pollutants.
•   Identified commercial discharges into, or adjacent to, an Environmentally Sensitive Area
    (ESA).
•   Identified discharges into an ESA that include pollutants of concern.

The inventory of commercial facilities is provided in Exhibit A-9.I.


A-9.2.3     Prioritization for Inspection

In the San Diego RWQCB jurisdiction, the City is not required to prioritize commercial facilities.
However, the City is required to inventory a set of pre-determined High Priority commercial
facilities/activities. See Section 9.4.2 of the DAMP and Table A-9.2.1 for a list of those
commercial facilities/activities that are automatically considered High Priority. A
classification of High Priority indicates that the business contains a site or sources with a high
potential threat to water quality. However, if field observations, monitoring data or
complaints indicate that a commercial site/source not listed in Section 9.4.2 may contribute

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a significant pollutant load, the site should be inspected and ranked in accordance with the
prioritization scheme outlined in Section 9.4.3 of the DAMP. The summary of prioritized
commercial facilities is shown in Exhibit A-9.I. Commercial facilities classified as High
Priority will be inspected at least once per five-year permit cycle.

                                                Table A-9.2.1
                                     High Priority Commercial Facilities

                                   Commercial Activity Category
              Automobile mechanical repair, maintenance, fueling, or cleaning
              Airplane mechanical repair, maintenance, fueling, or cleaning
              Boat mechanical repair, maintenance, fueling, or cleaning
              Equipment repair, maintenance, fueling, or cleaning
              Automobile and other vehicle body repair or painting
              Mobile automobile or other vehicle washing
              Automobile (or other vehicle) parking lots and storage facilities
              Retail or wholesale fueling
              Pest control services
              Eating or drinking establishments
              Mobile carpet, drape or furniture cleaning
              Cement mixing or cutting
              Masonry
              Painting and coating
              Botanical or zoological gardens and exhibits
              Landscaping
              Nurseries and greenhouses
              Golf courses, parks and other recreational areas/facilities
              Cemeteries
              Pool and fountain cleaning
              Marinas
              Port-a-Potty servicing




A-9.2.4      BMP Implementation

The City of San Clemente has identified activity specific BMPs for high priority commercial
facilities as set forth in Section 9.4 of the DAMP and modified according to City
requirements which are attached as BMP fact sheets in Exhibit A-9.II and shown in Table
A-9.2.2 on the following page. The selected BMPs are appropriate to prevent or mitigate
pollution generated from the specific activities at high priority commercial sites within the
jurisdiction. The City will require the implementation of the identified BMPs at each high
priority commercial facility, as appropriate based on site-specific conditions in order to
eliminate prohibited discharges and limit that sites’s impact upon receiving water quality.
If particular BMPs are infeasible at any specific site, other equivalent BMPs will be
implemented.

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                                Table A-9.2.2 - Identified Commercial BMPs

                                       Activity                                BMP Fact Sheet
Airplane Maintenance and Repair                                                      IC-1
Animal Handling Areas                                                                IC-2
Building Maintenance                                                                 IC-3
Carpet Cleaning                                                                      IC-4
Concrete and Asphalt production, application, and cutting                            IC-5
Contaminated or erodible surfaces areas                                              IC-6
Landscaping maintenance                                                              IC-7
Nurseries and greenhouses                                                            IC-8
Outdoor drainage from indoor areas                                                   IC-9
Outdoor loading/unloading of materials                                              IC-10
Outdoor process equipment operation and maintenance                                 IC-11
Outdoor storage of raw materials, products, containers                              IC-12
Over water activities                                                               IC-13
Painting, Finishing and Coatings of Vehicles, Boats, Buildings and Equipment        IC-14
Parking and storage area maintenance                                                IC-15
Pool and Fountain cleaning                                                          IC-16
Spill prevention and cleanup                                                        IC-17
Vehicle and equipment fueling                                                       IC-18
Vehicle and equipment maintenance and repair                                        IC19
Vehicle and equipment washing and steam cleaning                                    IC-20
Waste handling and disposal                                                         IC-21
Eating and drinking establishments                                                  IC-22



A-9.2.5     Inspection and Enforcement

A-9.2.5.1      Inspection

Inspection frequencies for high-priority commercial facilities are based on Permit requirements.
A summary of required inspection frequencies is shown in Table A-9.2.3 on the following page.




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                     TableA-9.2.3-Inspection Schedule Based on Priority Ranking

                                     Priority     Inspection Frequency
                                      High      Once During Permit Term*

                                  * Restaurants – First Priority; Years 1 and 2
                              Auto Repair/Gas Stations – Second Priority; Year 3
                          All Other High Priority Commercial - Third Priority; Year 4

As noted in DAMP Section 9.I, restaurant inspections will likely be conducted by the Orange
County Health Care Agency (HCA). HCA staff will conduct three inspections of each
restaurant per year and will contact City staff if enforcement or other follow-up action is
necessary. As restaurant/food facilities within the City will be covered under the HCA’s
program, the City will begin to focus inspections on auto repair/gas stations and then other
remaining high priority commercial sites over the course of the Permit term.

The City of San Clemente will inspect high-priority commercial facilities to determine if they
are in compliance with ordinances and permits, to review BMPs that may have been
implemented, to assess BMP effectiveness and to verify inventory information used for facility
prioritization. Non-high priority commercial sites may also be inspected on a complaint
response basis. Inspections include review of:

             •    Material and waste handling and storage practices,
             •    Pollution control BMP implementation and maintenance, and
             •    Evidence of past or present unauthorized, non-storm water discharges.


The inspection procedures and form provided in Exhibit A-9.III will be used and provides a
series of questions about specific activities taking place at a facility, as well as a list of suggested
corrective actions that can be implemented should a problem be found.

In general the City will conduct one of two types of inspections:

    Compliance Inspections
      Initial compliance inspections will be announced so that the inspector can meet with
      responsible facility official(s) (e.g., owner, superintendent, compliance manager,
      engineering consultant, etc.) in order to provide more efficient communication of the
      storm water requirements and inspection goals. The inspection will focus on current
      facility operations and activities, BMPs currently in use, and the effectiveness of those
      BMPs. This inspection will also focus on verifying inventory spreadsheet information
      and, whenever possible, provide outreach education to facility staff. All re-occurring
      compliance inspection will cover the same information as an initial compliance
      inspection, but will typically be unannounced in order to verify compliance and that
      BMPs are being effectively implemented.




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    Follow-up Inspections

         For those facilities deemed to be non-compliant, the City will perform compliance
         inspections at appropriate interval(s) until said facilities are shown to be compliant.
         Generally, these inspections will be similar to Compliance Inspections except that; a)
         they will focus primarily on areas where a facility was deemed to be non-compliant and
         b) the inspections may be announced or unannounced, depending on which course of
         action the Permittee deems will be most conducive to continued facility compliance.

Should an inspected site demonstrate significant non-compliance, the City will coordinate the
notification of appropriate agencies if appropriate. The City will provide oral or e-mail
notification to the RWQCB within 24 hours of the discovery of a non-compliant site meeting the
criteria presented below. This will also be followed by written notification within 5 days of the
discovery.

Criteria to be used to determine whether an event of non-compliance poses a threat to human or
environmental health includes the following:
    The event poses a significant or imminent threat to the quality of surface or ground waters
    and/or their beneficial uses.
    The event results in a spill or discharge of hazardous materials in excess of reportable
    quantities (as listed in 40 CFR Part 117 or 302).
    The event results in a spill or discharge of hazardous materials requiring a hazardous
    materials emergency response (see Section 10 of the DAMP).

A-9.2.5.2      Enforcement

City inspectors with enforcement authority will issue enforcement actions to commercial facility
owners and operators determined to be out of compliance. The inspectors will document each
observed violation. Depending on the severity of the violation, enforcement actions can range
from a verbal warning to civil or criminal court actions with monetary fines.

If a significant and/or immediate threat to water quality is observed by a City inspector,
action will be taken to require the facility owner and/or operator to immediately cease the
discharge.

The enforcement mechanisms available to inspectors, as detailed in Section 9.4.5 of the DAMP,
are as follows (in increasing order of severity):

             •    Notice of Non-compliance
             •    Administrative compliance orders
             •    Cease and desist orders
             •    Infractions and misdemeanors

While these measures typically escalate in enforcement action, they are not required to be
issued in the exact order presented here. City inspectors will apply or recommend any of the
enforcement steps as appropriate based on the enforcement consistency guide (Exhibit to

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Section 4.0 of the DAMP). The City of San Clemente will ensure that violations of a similar
nature are subjected to similar types of enforcement remedies.

A-9.2.6      Training and Outreach

A-9.2.6.1 Training

Employees from appropriate City departments will attend annual training programs associated
with the commercial program. Currently, the County is developing two training modules:
General Program Management and Commercial/Industrial Program Implementation. Once
completed the City will attend and participate in the training sessions. The City will maintain
records of Permittee-sponsored training provided to staff to monitor staff development,
determine when training sessions must be conducted, and documented evidence of training for
enforcement and compliance purposes.
In addition the City of will seek other training opportunities. Records of non-city sponsored
training, such as regional and national organization sponsored training, will also be maintained.

A-9.2.6.2.     Outreach

The outreach strategy for reaching commercial businesses includes efforts such as including
storm water information on the City’s webpage, sending mailings, holding workshops, and
development and distribution of brochures, posters, fact sheets, etc. The outreach component of
the DAMP and LIP goes into specific detail on specific requirements for outreach efforts.

A-9.2.7      Program Reporting and Assessment

A-9.2.7.1     Reporting

The City of San Clemente is required to provide notification to the RWQCB of noncompliant
sites in the City that are determined to pose a threat to human or environmental health. Verbal
notification is required within 24 hours of the discovery of noncompliance and a written report
should be submitted to the RWQCB within 5 days of the incident.

The City of will submit an Annual Progress Report each year to the Principal Permittee. This
report will provide the basis for evaluating the city’s efforts towards the reduction of water
pollution from commercial sites/sources. The annual report demonstrates commitment to
pollution prevention and source reduction by providing an iterative evaluation process. The
Annual Progress Report will include:

    The total number of sites inventoried and prioritized (report will include the latest
    inventory spreadsheet);

    The total number of sites that were inspected;

    The number of enforcement actions that were taken;

    BMP implementation; and
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    Training and outreach.

A-9.2.7.2.       Assessment

In assessing the effectiveness of the City’s program the following items are addressed:

             •     Assessment of inspection/enforcement efficacy, based on follow-up
                   inspections (track improvements in compliance with City's ordinance
                   requirements and type of follow-up action)
             •     Assessment of whether facilities are implementing or adequately
                   implementing BMPs (evaluate outreach and inspection efforts to convey the
                   program)
             •     Overall assessment of program element effectiveness
             •     Specific action plans and timeframes for implementing necessary
                   improvements




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A-9.3        Residential Program

The program described in this section was developed pursuant to Section F.3.d. of the San
Diego Order and Section 9.5 of the DAMP and contains the information required, as specified in
Section H.1.a.(5) of the San Diego Order.

A-9.3.1     Pollution Prevention and Administration


The City of San Clemente’s Residential Component identifies suggested pollution-prevention
methods for residential areas and activities located within the City. Specific pollution
prevention practices are described in the Residential BMP fact sheets presented in Exhibit 9-II.
The City’s implementation strategy will focus on public education efforts to encourage
pollution prevention.

The City of San Clemente will implement the Residential Program through various City
departments. The responsibilities of City departments and internal coordination of LIP
activities are discussed in Section A-2.3.

A-9.3.2     Source Identification and Inventory


The City of San Clemente has developed and will maintain an inventory of residential areas and
activities that potentially pose a high threat to water quality. The identification of potential
high threat areas and activities is accomplished by following the procedure outlined in Section
9.5.2 of the DAMP. A map-based inventory of potential high threat residential areas is
compiled also using the procedure discussed in Section 9.5.2 of the DAMP (refer to Exhibit A-
9.I for map). Residential activities identified as high threat to water quality include:
    •     Automobile repair and maintenance
    •     Automobile washing
    •     Automobile parking
    •     Home and garden care activities
    •     Disposal of household hazardous waste
    •     Disposal of pet waste
    •     Disposal of green waste
These residential activities are assumed to occur with equal likelihood in all residential areas
within the City’s jurisdiction. Thus, implementation of the residential program is designed to
address these activities on a citywide basis, including those residential areas adjacent or
discharging directly to1 any ESAs as shown in Table A-9.3.1.


1
  For the purposes of these procedures, the following terms are defined: Adjacent – located within 200 feet of the
listed waterbody. Discharging directly to – discharge from a drainage system that is composed entirely of flows
from the subject facility or activity (i.e. discharge from an urban area that commingles with downstream flows prior
to an ESA is not subject to this requirement).
City of San Clemente Storm Water Program          A-9-17                              February 13, 2003
Residential
                                              Table A-9.3.1
   Environmentally Sensitive Areas and Residential Activities Potentially Contributing to
                                        Impacts

                                                    Pollutants of       Residential Activities of
              ESA               303(d) listed
                                                      Concern                  Concern
                                                                           Home and Garden Care
          Pacific Ocean              Yes                 Coliforms               Pet Waste
                                                                              Garden Waste



A-9.3.3    Best Management Practice Requirements


The City of San Clemente has identified activity-specific BMPs for residential activities, as set
forth in Section 9.5 of the DAMP and modified according to City requirements which are
attached as BMP Fact Sheets in Exhibit A-9.II and shown below on Table A-9.3.2. The selected
BMPs are appropriate to prevent or mitigate pollution generated from the specific activities
typical of residences within the jurisdiction. The City will encourage the implementation of
the identified BMPs at each residence, as appropriate to eliminate prohibited discharges and
limit the potential impact of the residential activities on receiving water quality.

                                             Table A-9.3.2
                                           Designated BMPs

                     Activity                                        BMP                             Fact
                                                                                                    Sheet
  Automobile Repair & Maintenance                  Automobile Repair & Maintenance                   R-1
  Washing vehicles in residential driveways        Automobile Washing                                R-2
  or street
  Parking vehicles on residential streets, in      Automobile Parking                                R-3
  driveways, or in common area parking lots
  Home Care & Landscape Maintenance                Home and Garden Care Activities                   R-4
  Disposal of Pet Waste                            Disposal of Pet Waste                             R-5
  Disposal of Green Waste                          Disposal of Green Waste                           R-6
  Disposal of Household Hazardous Wastes           Disposal of Household Hazardous Waste             R-7
  Water Conservation                               Water Conservation                                R-8
  Sidewalk, Driveway and Patio Cleaning            Impervious Surface Cleaning                       R-9
  Swimming Pool Draining                           Swimming Pool Draining                           R-10




City of San Clemente Storm Water Program        A-9-18                          February 13, 2003
Residential
A-9.3.4      Program Implementation


The City of San Clemente will encourage the implementation of the identified BMPs for each
residence within the City’s jurisdiction. The City will encourage the use of the designated
BMPs by:


    •     Training City Personnel who have regular contact with residential areas (e.g. park
          maintenance personnel, street maintenance personnel, building inspectors , etc.) to serve
          as informal inspectors performing field reconnaissance.

    •     Updating the City’s Website by creating a webpage of residential storm water pollution
          prevention. The County webpage (www.ocwatersheds.com) is linked to the City’s page.

    •     Annual Mailings providing BMP information. Included in mailings will be the City’s
          contact information, the City hotline number (949) 366-1553, and a statement to call 911
          in an emergency situation. Each mailing will be posted on the City’s residential storm
          water page.

    •     Public Service Announcements/Advertisements reminding residents that the storm drain
          system conveys untreated water to the ocean. These announcements will also include
          suggested BMPs for preventing storm water pollution.

    •     Utility Bill Inserts reminding residents to adjust lawn water to reflect cooler fall and
          winter conditions.

    •     Informational Articles in the City’s quarterly newsletter.

    •     Responding to City Hotline Calls by dispatching field crews for response.

    •     Conducting Neighborhood Patrols by the City’s Water Quality Code Compliance staff.

A-9.3.5 Enforcement

Enforcement actions may be initiated as a response to hotline reports and complaints, or by
observations by City representatives. All enforcement actions will be documented and
recorded for subsequent inclusion in the City’s annual report. The enforcement mechanisms
available to field reviewers, as detailed in Section 10 of the DAMP, are as follows (in increasing
order of severity):

             •   Notice of Non-compliance
             •   Administrative Compliance Order
             •   Cease and Desist Orders
             •   Infractions and Misdemeanors




City of San Clemente Storm Water Program      A-9-19                         February 13, 2003
Residential
While these measures typically escalate in enforcement action, they need not be issued in the
exact order presented here. City officials will apply or recommend any of the enforcement steps
as appropriate based on the enforcement consistency guide, Exhibit to Section 4 of the DAMP.
The City will ensure that violations of a similar nature are subjected to similar types of
enforcement remedies.

A-9.3.6      Program Reporting and Assessment


A-9.3.6.1    Program Reporting

The City of San Clemente will report annually on the implementation of the residential
program as described herein to the Principal Permittee. This report will provide the basis for
evaluating the city’s efforts towards the reduction of water pollution from residential areas.
The annual report demonstrates commitment to pollution prevention and source reduction by
providing an iterative evaluation process, as discussed in Section 9.5.5 of the DAMP. The
Annual Progress Report will include:

    Residential area map inventory;

    BMP requirements;

    Implementation program; and

    Enforcement implementation.


A-9.3.6.2        Program Assessment

In assessing the effectiveness of the City’s residential program, the following items will be
addressed:

    •     Assessment of Permittee’s effort to implement goals established in the residential
          program.
    •     Adequacy of existing BMPs.
    •     Assessment of public input to the residential program.
             o Response to public outreach
             o Number of complaints
    •     Assessment of amount and type of disseminated information.
    •     Assessment of enforcement activities.
    •     Specific action plans and timeframes for implementing necessary improvements.

Through collection and analysis of the above information, a baseline for comparison can be
established that will be built upon with each successive Annual Report. This in turn will allow
for the identification of trends that can be evaluated to establish the efficacy of the residential
program and to determine where modifications may be necessary to improve effectiveness.

City of San Clemente Storm Water Program    A-9-20                        February 13, 2003
Residential
A-9.4     Common Interest Area and Homeowner Activities Program

The common interest area and homeowners association (CIA/HOA) program described
in this section was developed pursuant to Section F.6 of the San Diego Order.

A-9.4.1     Program Administration

The responsibilities of City departments and internal coordination of LIP activities are
discussed in Section A-2.3.

A-9.4.2     Current Practices and Activities of Concern

Section 9.6.2.3 of the DAMP lists high priority activities that commonly occur in
CIA/HOA areas, and describes the potential pollutants generated by these activities.

A-9.4.3     Prioritization

The City of San Clemente has developed a map-based inventory of all residential
areas, which includes common interest areas and homeowners associations. The
City also has a list of homeowner association contacts (typically a property
management company).

Activities occurring in CIA/HOA areas are assumed to occur with equal likelihood
as in non-CIA/HOA residential areas within the City’s jurisdiction. Thus,
implementation of the CIA/HOA program is designed to address these activities on
a citywide basis, including those residential areas adjacent or discharging directly to1
any ESAs.

A-9.4.4     Best Management Practices

The City of San Clemente has identified activity-specific BMPs for CIA/HOA common
areas (maintained by the CIA/HOA), as set forth in Section 9.6 of the DAMP and
modified according to City requirements which are attached as BMP Fact Sheets in
Exhibit A- 9.II and shown below in Tables A-9.4.1 and A-9.4.2. The selected BMPs are
appropriate to prevent or mitigate pollution generated from specific activities typical of
CIA/HOA common areas. Each CIA/HOA area will be encouraged to implement those
BMPs that are associated with activities that occur within their common areas. Note
that Residential BMPs as listed in Section 9.3 of this document still apply to individual
residential properties located within CIA/HOAs. However; the CIA/HOAs are only
responsible for the activities associated with their common areas and not the activities
associated with individual residential properties.


1
 For the purposes of these procedures, the following terms are defined: Adjacent – located within 200 feet
of the listed waterbody. Discharging directly to – discharge from a drainage system that is composed
entirely of flows from the subject facility or activity (i.e. discharge from an urban area that commingles
with downstream flows prior to an ESA is not subject to this requirement).

City of San Clemente Storm Water Program                      A-9-21                  February 13, 2003
CIA/HOA Activities
                                      Table A-9.4.1
           CIAs/HOAs with Publicly-Owned and Maintained Streets and Storm Drains

                    Activity                       Best Management Practices (BMPs)          Fact Sheet
Vehicle Parking in CIA/HOA parking lots          Automobile parking                              R-3
Parking Lot Maintenance & Cleaning               Parking Lot Maintenance                       IC-13
Building Maintenance & Repair                    Building Maintenance & Repair                  IC-2
Disposal of hazardous wastes; such as            Waste Handling & Disposal                     IC-19
paint, bleach, etc.
Cleaning of CIA/HOA sidewalks, plaza,            Sidewalk, plaza, and entry monument          R-9, R-10
and entry monuments and fountains                and fountain maintenance
Landscape maintenance including                  Landscape maintenance                          IC-6
irrigation and fertilization
Operation and maintenance of CIA/HOA             Pool Cleaning                                  IC-16
Swimming Pools
Operation and maintenance of recreation          Disposal of pet waste & Green Waste         R-5 & R-6
areas such as parks and tennis courts            Impervious Surface Cleaning                     R-9
Minor Construction Activities                    Minor Construction                             IC-2
Vehicle maintenance and repair                   Equipment maintenance and repair              IC-17
Storage of vehicles and equipment                Vehicle and equipment storage                 IC-13
Cleaning of vehicles and equipment               Vehicle and equipment cleaning                IC-18
Storage, handling, and disposal of various       Material storage, handling and disposal       IC-11
materials such as cleaners
Loading and unloading of materials               Material loading and unloading                 IC-9

                                      Table A-9.4.2
      CIAs/HOAs with Privately-Owned and Maintained Streets and Storm Drains

                  Activity                                        BMP                        Fact Sheet
                   Include all BMPs listed in Table A-9.4.1 plus the following BMPs
Road Maintenance and Sweeping                  Roads Streets & Highways                         FP-3
Parking vehicles on private streets            Automobile Parking                               R-3
Inspection and cleaning of catch basins and Drainage system operation and                       DF-1
storm drains                                   maintenance
Operation and maintenance of water and         Water and sewer utility operation and            FP-6
sewer lines (not controlled by utility         maintenance
company)


      A-9.4.5    Implementation Strategy

      The City of San Clemente’s plan for implementing the CIA/HOA Program follows the
      process outlined in Section 9.6.5.2 of the DAMP. The City’s implementation plan
      includes education and outreach as described both in that section and in Section 6.0 of
      the DAMP.


      City of San Clemente Storm Water Program              A-9-22              February 13, 2003
      CIA/HOA Activities
The following implementation efforts will be utilized for all CIAs/HOA areas
within the City’s jurisdiction:

            •   Mail letter explaining CIA/HOA program to association
                governing board. The letter will explain activities of concern and
                their environmental impacts, BMPs to reduce the impact, and
                consequences of not complying with the CIA/HOA program.
            •   Mail BMP factsheets to maintenance association governing board
            •   Include CIA/HOA residents in city-wide residential area mailings
                as discussed in the Residential and Educational Program
                components.

A-9.4.6    Enforcement

Enforcement mechanisms available to the City of San Clemente, as detailed in Section
10.0 of the DAMP, are as follows (in increasing order of severity):

            •   Notice of Non-compliance (verbal and/or written warnings, to individual
                resident or CIA/HOA Board)
            •   Administrative Compliance Order (written notice to CIA/HOA Board)
            •   Cease and Desist Order (written notice to CIA/HOA Board)
            •   Civil or Criminal Enforcement (includes fines and assessments levied on
                CIA/HOA Board and/or individual resident)

While these measures typically escalate in enforcement action, they need not be issued
in the exact order presented here. City officials will apply or recommend any of the
enforcement steps as appropriate based on the enforcement consistency guide, Section
10 of the DAMP. The City will ensure that violations of a similar nature are subjected to
similar types of enforcement remedies.

A-9.4.7    Program Reporting and Assessment

The City of San Clemente is required to report on and assess the effectiveness of the
CIA/HOA Program. The City will follow the procedure outlined in Section 9.6.6 of the
DAMP and submit information on the implementation of the CIA/HOA Program as
described herein annually in the Annual Progress Report.




City of San Clemente Storm Water Program            A-9-23              February 13, 2003
CIA/HOA Activities
         Exhibit A-9.I

Existing Development Inventories
                                                       City of San Clemente
                                                  Inventory of Industrial Facilities
                                                                                            SIC                                            Inspection
             Name                      Address / Location              Watershed                      SIC Code Class Description
                                                                                           Code                                              Priority
ROBERTSONS READY MIX             116 RINCON CT                  M02-Segunda Deshecha       3273   Stone/clay/glass product manufacturing     High
SAN CLEMENTE AUTO WRECKING       1520 AVE DE ESTRELLA           M02-Segunda Deshecha       5015   Wholesale trade--durable goods             High
DOOLEY'S CUSTOM CABINETS         150 LOS OBREROS                M02-Segunda Deshecha       2434   Lumber/wood product manufacturing         Medium
MOEN WOODWORKS, INC.             1506 AVE ESTRELLA A            M02-Segunda Deshecha       2434   Lumber/wood product manufacturing         Medium
CUSTOM CRAFT                     124 LOS MOLINOS                M02-Segunda Deshecha       2511   Furniture/fixture manufacturing           Medium
SOUTH COAST FURNITURE,           109 CAL DE LOS MOLINOS         M02-Segunda Deshecha       2511   Furniture/fixture manufacturing           Medium
SEWELL WOODWORKING, GREG         120 LOS MOLINOS                M02-Segunda Deshecha       2531   Furniture/fixture manufacturing           Medium
CENTERS OF AMERICA, INC.         122 PATERO DE ORO              CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   2711   Printing and publishing                   Medium
COMMUNITY PUBLICATIONS NETWORK   219 W ESCALONES                CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   2711   Printing and publishing                   Medium
RAINBOW SANDALS INC              326 LOS MOLINOS                M02-Segunda Deshecha       3144   Leather/leather product manufacturing     Medium
S & G READY MIXED                114 RINCON COURT               M02-Segunda Deshecha       3272   Stone/clay/glass product manufacturing    Medium
PRECISION METAL FABRICATING      104 RINCON COURT               M02-Segunda Deshecha       3498   Fabricated metal manufacturing            Medium
PRECISION METAL FABRICATIONS     107 RINCON COURT               M02-Segunda Deshecha       3498   Fabricated metal manufacturing            Medium
CARRILLO INDUSTRIES INC          990 AMANECER                   M02-Segunda Deshecha       3561   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
DISPLAYIT INCORPORATED           130 CALLE IGLESIA              M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
EMBLEMATICS, INC.                1222 PUERTA DEL SOL            M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
FOUR STONE SURFBOARDS            210 AVE LOS MOLINOS            M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
GLASS IMPRESSIONS BY             208 CAL DE LOS MOLINOS         M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
HENCH MFG. INC                   1510 ESTRELLA AVENIDA D        CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
MAGIC MOTION                     208 CALLE LOS MOLINOS          M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
MANUFACTORS NETWORK              150 LOS OBREROS                M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
NATURALLY D P                    151 LOS OBREROS, B             M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
PACIFIC ENGINEERED PROD, INC     140 LOS MOLINOS                M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
SIGRIST ENTERPRISES, INC. J.L    144 CAL DE LOS MOLINOS, UNIT   M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
SJS BLINDS.COM                   210 LOS MOLINOS                M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
SOUTH BAY TECHNOLOGY, INC        1120 VIA CALLEJON              M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
TALON GRAPHICS                   1021 SOMBRA B                  M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
TOOLANDER ENGINEERING, INC       1110 CALLEJON                  M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
WCR FABRICATORS, INC             136 CAL DE LOS MOLINOS         M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
WINDROSE FLAG CO                 113 AVE BARCELONA              CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
ROUNDABOUT VENDING               321 CALLE ESCUELA              M02-Segunda Deshecha       3581   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
VETERINARY HOUSECALLS            1499 CALLE ALCAZAR             CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   3581   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
FILGER MFG                       133 CAL DE INDUSTRIAS          M02-Segunda Deshecha       3599   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
SOUTH COUNTY MOLD AND TOOLING    1510 AVE ESTRELLA              M02-Segunda Deshecha       3599   Machinery/equipment manufacturing         Medium
SAN CLEMENTE VACUUM &            73 VIA PICO PLAZA              M02-Segunda Deshecha       3635   Electronic equipment manufacturing        Medium



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                                                      City of San Clemente
                                                 Inventory of Industrial Facilities
                                                                                          SIC                                            Inspection
             Name                     Address / Location              Watershed                     SIC Code Class Description
                                                                                         Code                                              Priority
RODE INC., CHAS. W.             100 S OLA VISTA               CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   3843   Instruments/related manufacturing         Medium
PHOTO EXPRESS                   404 CAM DE ESTRELLA           M01-Prima Deshecha         3861   Instruments/related manufacturing         Medium
WHITE COYOTE ENTERPRISES        146 LOS MOLINOS               M02-Segunda Deshecha       3861   Instruments/related manufacturing         Medium
CHELU SURFBOARD GLASSING, INC   1027 CALLE TREPADORA          M02-Segunda Deshecha       3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Medium
COLE SURFBOARDS                 129 CAL DE LOS MOLINOS        M02-Segunda Deshecha       3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Medium
GHETTO HOUSE GLASSING           207 CALLE LOS MOLINOS         M02-Segunda Deshecha       3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Medium
HOGAN SURFBOARDS                129 CAL DE LOS MOLINOS        M02-Segunda Deshecha       3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Medium
HYDROGLAS                       207 LOS MOLINOS               M02-Segunda Deshecha       3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Medium
KAYSEN SURF DESIGNS             216 LOS MOLINOS               M02-Segunda Deshecha       3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Medium
PATTERSON SURFBOARDS,INC., T.   1425 LOS OBREROS LANE         M02-Segunda Deshecha       3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Medium
S.Z. SURF DESIGNS               124 CALLE LOS MOLINOS         M02-Segunda Deshecha       3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Medium
SURF ARMORY, THE                114 LOS MOLINOS               M02-Segunda Deshecha       3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Medium
WORLD CORE SURF                 151 AVE DEL MAR               CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Medium
VICTORIA SKIMBOARDS, INC        207 CALLE LOS MOLINOS         M02-Segunda Deshecha       3949   Misc. manufacturing industries            Medium
CLUB CAR EXPRESS                35 CAL DE INDUSTRIAS          M02-Segunda Deshecha       4119   Local/interurban passenger transport      Medium
NON EMERGENCY TRANSPORTATION,   620 CAM DE LOS MARES          M01-Prima Deshecha         4212   Trucking/warehousing                      Medium
STEWART AND ASSOCIATES          1060 CALLE NEGOCIO            M02-Segunda Deshecha       4953   Electric/gas/sanitary systems             Medium
PRECISION FABRICATION           530 VIA PICO PLAZA            M02-Segunda Deshecha       5015   Wholesale trade--durable goods            Medium
FLAVORCHEM CORPORATION          271 PINTORESCO                M02-Segunda Deshecha       2087   Food manufacturing                         Low
EDUPRESS, INC.                  208 AVE FABRICANTE            CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   2711   Printing and publishing                    Low
LAWTECH PUBLISHING CO., LTD.    1060 CORDILLERA, UNIT 105     M02-Segunda Deshecha       2711   Printing and publishing                    Low
LONGBOARD MAGAZINE              110 E PALIZADA                CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   2711   Printing and publishing                    Low
MARANATHA MUSIC, ETC.           205 AVE FABRICANTE            CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   2711   Printing and publishing                    Low
SURFER'S JOURNAL, THE           1040 CALLE CORDILLERA, 105/10 M02-Segunda Deshecha       2711   Printing and publishing                    Low
SURFING GROUP, THE              950 CALLE AMANECER            M02-Segunda Deshecha       2721   Printing and publishing                    Low
URETHANE ENGINEERING            960 CALLE AMANECER            M02-Segunda Deshecha       2899   Chemicals/allied product manufacturing     Low
REYNARD CORPORATION             1020 SOMBRA                   M02-Segunda Deshecha       3211   Stone/clay/glass product manufacturing     Low
QPC FIBER OPTIC                 915 CALLE AMANECER, UNIT B M02-Segunda Deshecha          3357   Primary metal manufacturing                Low
SAN CLEMENTE MOLD AND TOOLING   960 CALLE NEGOCIO             M02-Segunda Deshecha       3366   Primary metal manufacturing                Low
ACCESS GROUP INC                195 AVE LA PATA               M02-Segunda Deshecha       3469   Fabricated metal manufacturing             Low
DORADO TECHNOLOGIES, INC        501 N EL CAMINO REAL          CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   3469   Fabricated metal manufacturing             Low
LIBERTY ELECTRONICS             1046 CALLE RECODO             M02-Segunda Deshecha       3469   Fabricated metal manufacturing             Low
MICROTEK ELECTRONICS, INC.      1020 CALLE CORDILLERA         M02-Segunda Deshecha       3469   Fabricated metal manufacturing             Low
PRO-TECH SOLUTIONS, INC.        915 CALLE AMANECER            M02-Segunda Deshecha       3469   Fabricated metal manufacturing             Low
SO. COAST FASHION JEWELRY MFG   990 NEGOCIO                   M02-Segunda Deshecha       3479   Fabricated metal manufacturing             Low



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                                                      City of San Clemente
                                                 Inventory of Industrial Facilities
                                                                                         SIC                                        Inspection
              Name                    Address / Location            Watershed                      SIC Code Class Description
                                                                                        Code                                          Priority
TOOLING INNOVATIONS              944 AMANECER                M02-Segunda Deshecha       3498   Fabricated metal manufacturing          Low
AWNING DIVISION, THE             1504 AVE. ESTRELLA          M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
CMI/COMPOSITE MANUFACTURING      970 AMANECER                M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
DPI RV PRODUCTS, INC/            929 CALLE NEGOCIO           M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
DUGAN-DONOVAN CORPORATION        931 CALLE NEGOCIO           M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
EMPIRE CLOTHWORKS, INC.          931 CALLE NEGOCIO           M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
FLOW MASTER, LLC                 1003 CALLE RECODO           M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
GAMUT METALCOAT, INC.            1027 CALLE TREPADORA        M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
GIANT METAL FABRICATION          225 CALLE PINTORESCO        M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
ICU MEDICAL INC./SETFINDER INC   991&1035 CALLE AMANECER     M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
INTERNATIONAL ARMOR CORP         929 CALLE NEGOCIO           M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
J.R.D. MANUFACTURING             266 CALLE PINTORESCO        M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
JOINT TECHNOLOGIES LTD           1046 CALLE RECODO           M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
KELCOURT PLASTICS, INC           1000 RECODO                 M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
KUI CO. INC                      266 PINTORESCO              M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
LAGUNA SASH & DOOR, INC.         1030 CALLE RECODO           M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
NJK SPEED                        1040 CALLE CORDILLERA       M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
OMWAO DESIGN                     944 AMANECER                M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
PACIFIC PACKAGING MACHINERY      1284 PUERTA DEL SOL         M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
PLASTICS DEVELOPMENT CORP.       960 CALLE NEGOCIO           M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
PREP BY JAKE BATULIS             1050 CALLE NEGOCIO          M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
PROFESSIONAL DENTAL              927 CALLE NEGOCIO           M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
R.D. MOLDS                       929 CALLE NEGOCIO           M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
RACING OPTICS, INC.              1218 PUERTA DEL SOL         M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
SCHEHR PERFORMANCE CO            921 CALLE AMANACER          M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
SCHOTT GAS SYSTEMS               150 CALLE IGLESIA           M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
STENT-CIL, INC.                  1000 CALLE NEGOCIO          M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
TEKIN ELECTRONICS, INC.          940 NEGOCIO                 M02-Segunda Deshecha       3569   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
BILLMAR TECHNOLOGY INC           929 CALLE NEGOCIO           M02-Segunda Deshecha       3599   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
KAVANAUGH MACHINING SERVICE      1023 CALLE SOMBRA           M02-Segunda Deshecha       3599   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
SMALL ENGINE MACHINING CO        921 AMANECER                M02-Segunda Deshecha       3599   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
XYZ PRECISION MANUFACTURING      942 CALLE AMANECER          M02-Segunda Deshecha       3599   Machinery/equipment manufacturing       Low
OSPREY DATA SYSTEMS              800 S EL CAMINO REAL        CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   3674   Electronic equipment manufacturing      Low
ASQ TECHNOLOGY, INC              951 CALLE NEGOCIO           M02-Segunda Deshecha       3679   Electronic equipment manufacturing      Low
BIOLASE TECHNOLOGY, INC.         981 AMANECER                M02-Segunda Deshecha       3843   Instruments/related manufacturing       Low



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                                                  Inventory of Industrial Facilities
                                                                                          SIC                                          Inspection
             Name                      Address / Location            Watershed                      SIC Code Class Description
                                                                                         Code                                            Priority
DDS DESIGN                       675 CAMINO LOS MARES         M01-Prima Deshecha         3843   Instruments/related manufacturing         Low
SURF MORE PRODUCTS INC           250 PINTORESCO               M02-Segunda Deshecha       3849   Instruments/related manufacturing         Low
PHOTO EXPRESS                    800 S. EL CAMINO REAL        CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   3861   Instruments/related manufacturing         Low
BC SURF SHOP                     222 N. EL CAMINO REAL        CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Low
BOSS SURFBOARDS                  207 LOS MOLINOS              M02-Segunda Deshecha       3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Low
PATTERSON, T SURFBOARDS, INC     1409 N EL CAMINO REAL        M02-Segunda Deshecha       3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Low
ROCKY SURF & SPORT               100 S EL CAMINO REAL         CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Low
SAN CLEMENTE SURF CO., INC.      1755 N EL CAMINO REAL        M02-Segunda Deshecha       3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Low
SAN CLEMENTE SURFBOARDS          2208 1/2 EL CAMINO REAL      M02-Segunda Deshecha       3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Low
T-STREET SURF                    1001 S. EL CAMINO REAL       CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   3947   Misc. manufacturing industries            Low
ASTRODECK INC                    950 AMANECER                 M02-Segunda Deshecha       3949   Misc. manufacturing industries            Low
MTL SNOWBOARDS, INC              1027 CALLE TREPADORA         M02-Segunda Deshecha       3949   Misc. manufacturing industries            Low
POWERSKI INTERNATIONAL CORP      150 CALLE IGLESIA            M02-Segunda Deshecha       3949   Misc. manufacturing industries            Low
TRI ALL 3 SPORTS                 927 CALLE NEGOCIO            M02-Segunda Deshecha       3949   Misc. manufacturing industries            Low
AMERICAN QUALEX INTERNATIONAL,   920 NEGOCIO                  M02-Segunda Deshecha       3998   Misc. manufacturing industries            Low
FULFILLMENT UNLIMITED INC        180 AVE LA PATA              M02-Segunda Deshecha       4131   Local/interurban passenger transport      Low
GREYHOUND, SAN CLEMENTE          2421 S EL CAMINO REAL        CC-Coastal Canyons/Other   4173   Local/interurban passenger transport      Low
CAL INTL FOODS,INC./PICK UP      1021,1042 1044 RECODO        M02-Segunda Deshecha       4225   Trucking/warehousing                      Low
DOHENY IMPORTS                   942 CALLE AMANECER           M02-Segunda Deshecha       4225   Trucking/warehousing                      Low
ZIMMJACK MOTORS                  130 CALLE IGLESIA            M02-Segunda Deshecha       4225   Trucking/warehousing                      Low




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                                                City of San Clemente
                                     Inventory of High Priority Commercial Sites
                                                                                             SIC
               Name                   Address / Location                  Watershed                     SIC Code Class Description
                                                                                            Code
AQUA n SCAPES                   638 CAM DE LOS MARES             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
BONILLA MAINTENANCE             237 AVE SERRA                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
BUNGANICH, ASLA MICHAEL J.      112 E. AVE SAN JUAN              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
BURNS CONTRACT GARDENING        5109 COSTA RUSTICO               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
CAULKINS, STEVE                 3303 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
COSTA VERDE LANDSCAPE           122 SO EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
CREBS, SCOTT ALLEN              250 W CANADA                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
DIAZ LANDSCAPING                115 CALLE CAMPO                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
ENVIRONMENT FIVE LANDSCAPE      800 SO EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
F&R THE GARDENING TEAM          836 CAMINO LOS MARES             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
GLEN'S GARDENING                116 AVE. SIERRA                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
GREEN HORIZONS LANDSCAPE &      927 CALLE NEGOCIO                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
GREG'S LANDSCAPING              122 AVE DE LA GRULLA             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
LANDSCAPE DESIGNS EXOTIC        337 VAQUERO                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
LITTLEPAGE LANDSCAPING          1437 N. EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
NAVARRO'S LANDSCAPE             2705 S. EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
OCEAN RIDGE LANDSCAPE           2011 S. EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
PEREZ GARDENING & MAINTENANCE   224 AVE PELAYO                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
SOUTH COAST GARDENING SERVICE   1610 CALLE VALLE                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
STEWART, DANIEL & ASSOCIATES    130 SERRA                        M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
TONI'S GARDENING                103 LA RONDA                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
TRENT LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE     2432 CORSO RIO                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
TROPICAL CREATION               2709 VIA LADO                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
VICTORIA'S GARDENS AND PLANTS   136 EL LEVANTE                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    781   Agricultural services
EARTHWORKS LANDSCAPING          2749 PENASCO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    782   Agricultural services
ESOTERICA LANDSCAPE             140 W CORNELIO                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    782   Agricultural services
FERNANDEZ LANDSCAPE             145 W PALIZADA                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    782   Agricultural services
FRANCISCO LANDSCAPE             2613 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    782   Agricultural services
GREENSCAPES                     927 CALLE NEGOCIO                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    782   Agricultural services
PACIFIC COAST LANDSCAPE         317 CALLE DORADO                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    782   Agricultural services
PACIFIC COAST LANDSCAPE         2963 CALLE FRONTERA              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    782   Agricultural services
SALVADORS LANDSCAPE             605 CALLE CANASTA                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha    782   Agricultural services
ALA CONSTRUCTION                202 S. LA ESPERANZA              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
ALADDIN AIR                     214 CAL DE ANZA                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
AUGUSTINE PLUMBING              1429 N EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors



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                                                                                             SIC
                Name                  Address / Location                  Watershed                     SIC Code Class Description
                                                                                            Code
BEACH PLUMBING INC              921-A CALLE AMANECER             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
CARLSEN PLUMBING & DRAIN        411 AVE. VICTORIA, UNIT A        M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
CYCLE AIR                       119 AVE. DOMINGUEZ               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
DAUTEL PLUMBING & HEATING,      20 VISTA DEL PONTO               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
FARLEY AIR INC                  2178 VIA AGUILA                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
FOUR STAR PLUMBING              520 W. AVE LOBOS MARINOS         M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
J.D.K. PLUMBING CO              3107 SOMBREADO                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
KILDAY PLUMBING                 227 VIA BALLENA                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
METZGER, BILL PLUMBING          542 NO EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
METZGER, TOM PLUMBING           109 EAST CORNELIIO               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
MISSION PLUMBING & HEATING      1100 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
MODERN PLUMBING                 9 CALLE AMENO                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
PREMIER PLUMBING                5 CALLE BOYA                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
SAN CLEMENTE PLUMBING           3161 INCLINADO                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
SOUTHSHORE PLUMBING             1506 NO AVE ESTRELLA             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
STARKEY PLUMBING                2919 CALLE HERALDO               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
WEATHER DOCTOR, THE DBA         22 GEMA                          M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1711   Special trade contractors
AAA SERVICE AND ELECTRIC, INC   946 CALLE AMANECER               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
AMTEC ELECTRIC                  2859 CAMPO RASO                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
ARMSTRONG ELECTRIC, INC.        103 E AVE MARIPOSA               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
AWN Q                           117 AVE SAN PABLO                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
BEACH CITIES ELECTRICAL         131 W AVE ALESSANDRO             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
BRAD'S ELECTRIC                 10 W CORNELIO                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
C B ELECTRIC                    114 SIERRA                       M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
COASTLINE ELECTRIC              333 CALLE DORADO                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
DARROW ELECTRIC, INC.           107 CALLE BALBOA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
GARRISH ELECTRIC                101 AVE BUENA VENTURA            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
J M ELECTRIC                    312 AVE GRANADA                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
LOST WINDS ELECTRICAL           206 CALLE MARINA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
MARSHALL, STEVE ELECTRIC, INC   149 AVE PELAYO                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
MUNDIA, GREG A                  1616 VIA CALENDULA               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
ORION CONTRACTING, INC          1050 CALLE CORDILLERA            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
PERFORMANCE ELECTRIC            610 C CAMPANA                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
POWER ON ELECTRIC               107 AVE ARAGON                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
RM ELECTRIC                     103 AVE. SANTA INEZ              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors



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                                      Inventory of High Priority Commercial Sites
                                                                                              SIC
               Name                    Address / Location                  Watershed                     SIC Code Class Description
                                                                                             Code
UNIQUE LIGHTING AND POWER        718 CALLE DIVINO                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
WARREN, ROBERT J.                102 AVE. MESITA                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1731   Special trade contractors
5 ELEMENTS                       159 AVE DEL MAR                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1741   Special trade contractors
BLOCK MAN, THE                   707 PRESIDIO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1741   Special trade contractors
GREENWOOD PRODUCTS COMPANY       260 CALLE PINTORESCO             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1741   Special trade contractors
MERCADO MASONRY AND CONCRETE     103 GAVIOTA                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1741   Special trade contractors
PINNEY'S ELECTRIC                113 AVE. BUENA VENTURA           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1741   Special trade contractors
SAN CLEMENTE STONE               1510 AVE DE ESTRELLA             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1741   Special trade contractors
SPK MASONRY                      3026 JUAREZ                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1741   Special trade contractors
STONEBRIDGE MASONRY CONST.,INC   1200 CERCA                       M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1741   Special trade contractors
WEBB MASONRY, ROGER              6161 CAM. FORESTAL               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1741   Special trade contractors
COMMODORE INSURANCE SERVICES     1625 N EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1742   Special trade contractors
CROWN PACIFIC PLASTERING         180 CALLE IGLESIA                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1742   Special trade contractors
KID AND BRO PLASTERING, THE      307 SAN CARLOS                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1742   Special trade contractors
PICO CLEANERS                    95 VIA PICO PLAZA                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1742   Special trade contractors
DESIGN SURFACES INTERNATIONAL    158 CAL DE INDUSTRIAS            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1743   Special trade contractors
GALVIN, KEVIN TILE & MARBLE      28882 DE LA LUNA DRIVE           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1743   Special trade contractors
GREWE & ASSOCIATES               1609 S OLA VISTA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1743   Special trade contractors
K & B TILE                       115 DOMINGUEZ                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1743   Special trade contractors
LAFONTAINE, MARK                 120 AVE. ALGODON                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1743   Special trade contractors
NEEDLES, KEN TILE CO.            106 SAN DIMAS                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1743   Special trade contractors
STAR TILE                        123 AVE LUCIA                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1743   Special trade contractors
CUPITO ROOFING, STEVE            2818 AMAPOLA                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1761   Special trade contractors
DANA POINT ROOFING               162 INDUSTRIAS                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1761   Special trade contractors
E.R.C. WATERPROOFING             1709 N. EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1761   Special trade contractors
OCEAN PACIFIC SHEETMETAL,INC     1506 ESTRELLA AVENIDA E          M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1761   Special trade contractors
PCH SHEET METAL & AIR            118 CALLE LOS MOLINOS            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1761   Special trade contractors
PRIDE ROOFING                    208 DEL CABO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1761   Special trade contractors
SAMSON ROOFING                   230 GRANADA                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1761   Special trade contractors
SHELLY, STEPHEN ROOFING          2515 VIA DURAZNO                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1761   Special trade contractors
WEST PAC ROOFING                 234 AVE CABRILLO                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1761   Special trade contractors
ACTION POOL SERVICE & REPAIRS    88 CALLE SOL                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors
APPLIED ARTISTRY                 237 S. LA ESPERANZA              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors
BLACKLER, ROGER                  134 CALLE REDONDEL               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors
BUILDER'S CHOICE PAINTING        104 W CADIZ                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors



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                                               City of San Clemente
                                    Inventory of High Priority Commercial Sites
                                                                                            SIC
              Name                   Address / Location                  Watershed                    SIC Code Class Description
                                                                                           Code
DAVIS, JERRY L., PAINTING &    1012 VENEZIA                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors
GALLUP FIRE PROTECTION         1520 CALLE VALLE                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors
INTEGRITY CUSTOM POOLS, INC.   305 BRAVADO                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors
IRVINE CONSTRUCTION            2011 S. EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors
JAGG DESIGNS                   117 AVE DEL PONIENTE, APT B      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors
KENCO PAINTING                 2984 CALLE GAUCHO                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors
LA PLANT PERFORMANCE, INC.     921 AMANECER                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors
MATT'S PAINT COMPANY           403 SANTA BARBARA                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors
MILLER IRON WORKS              1321 CALLE VALLE                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors
OUTSTANDING PAINTING           919 CALLE AMANECER               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors
TNT WELDING AND FABRICATING    1527 CALLE VALLE                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors
WESTERN JALCO                  2403 CAMINO BUCANERO             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   1799   Special trade contractors
BILLY'S MEAT, SEAFOOD          111 DEL MAR                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5441   Retail food stores
CHOCOLATE ROSE, THE            2340 S. EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5441   Retail food stores
SCHMID'S OF SAN CLEMENTE       99 AVE DEL MAR                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5441   Retail food stores
BASKIN-ROBBINS #3056           104 NO EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5451   Retail food stores
CINTHYA'S ICE CREAM            142 AVE VICTORIA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5451   Retail food stores
COLD STONE CREAMERY            638 CAMINO LOS MARES             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5451   Retail food stores
COWABUNGA ICE CREAM AND        211 AVE DEL MAR                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5451   Retail food stores
GOODIES                        415 AVE. PICO                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5451   Retail food stores
LINK LIGHTING                  1050 CALLE AMANECER              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5451   Retail food stores
YUMMY YOGURT                   2727 VIA CASCADITA, UNIT L       M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5451   Retail food stores
CROISSANT FRENCH BAKERY        818 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5461   Retail food stores
PARTIDA'S BAKERY               362 CAM DE ESTRELLA              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5461   Retail food stores
ROSE DONUTS                    624 CAM DE LOS MARES             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5461   Retail food stores
YUM YUM DONUT FRANCHISE #210   1822 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5461   Retail food stores
A-1 HOME HEALTHCARE CENTER     536 N EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5499   Retail food stores
GENERAL NUTRITION CENTER       806 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5499   Retail food stores
GREAT EARTH VITAMINS OF SC     638 LOS MARES G-100              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5499   Retail food stores
METABOLIC RESPONSE MODIFIERS   236 CALLE PINTORESCO             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5499   Retail food stores
NUTRITION MART                 440 CAM DE ESTRELLA              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5499   Retail food stores
C.J. WEST ENTERPRISES          2485 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5511   Automotive dealers/service stations
GRACE CLASSIC CAR SHOWROOM &   2485 S. EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5511   Automotive dealers/service stations
PAY LESS TRUCK SALES           535 NO EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5511   Automotive dealers/service stations
UNIVERSE MOTORS                1002 N. EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5511   Automotive dealers/service stations



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                                                 City of San Clemente
                                      Inventory of High Priority Commercial Sites
                                                                                              SIC
               Name                    Address / Location                  Watershed                    SIC Code Class Description
                                                                                             Code
BIG O TIRES #557                 927 N EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5531   Automotive dealers/service stations
COAST TIRE                       2310 S. EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5531   Automotive dealers/service stations
DISCOUNT TIRE CENTERS      )     1606 N EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5531   Automotive dealers/service stations
HOLLEY'S TIRE SERVICE, INC       1225 N EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5531   Automotive dealers/service stations
JIM'S DELTA TIRE INC             603 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5531   Automotive dealers/service stations
AL-SAL OIL CO., INC. #40         1201 S. EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5541   Automotive dealers/service stations
APRO #29                         795 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5541   Automotive dealers/service stations
ARCO AM/PM #09748                590 CAM DE ESTRELLA              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5541   Automotive dealers/service stations
FLAGG STATIONS                   422 AVE ESTRELLA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5541   Automotive dealers/service stations
JADALI'S MOBIL INC.              600 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5541   Automotive dealers/service stations
JADALI'S MOBIL INC.              600 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5541   Automotive dealers/service stations
MOBIL ON THE RUN #18821          901 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5541   Automotive dealers/service stations
RAMIREZ BROS TEXACO              530 PICO                         M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5541   Automotive dealers/service stations
SAN CLEMENTE ARCO                2749 N EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5541   Automotive dealers/service stations
SAN CLEMENTE CHEVRON             515 PICO                         M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5541   Automotive dealers/service stations
SAN CLEMENTE GAS & SERVICE       504 N ESTRELLA AVE               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5541   Automotive dealers/service stations
SAN CLEMENTE MOBIL               1430 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5541   Automotive dealers/service stations
SAN CLEMENTE SHELL               2400 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5541   Automotive dealers/service stations
SAN CLEMENTE UNION 76            2360 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5541   Automotive dealers/service stations
SMITH 76, JOHN E                 606 LOS MARES                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5541   Automotive dealers/service stations
P-1 RACING LLC                   1027 TREPADORA                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5599   Automotive dealers/service stations
ALPHA INTERIORS                  877 AVE. ACAPULCO                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5714   Furniture/home furnishing stores
PACIFIC SHADE & SECURITY, INC    2164 CAMINO LAUREL               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5714   Furniture/home furnishing stores
2 FOR 1 PIZZA COMPANY            401 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
ALL SPORTS COMMUNICATIONS, INC   247 AVE. LA PATA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
ALOHA COFFEE HUT, THE            153 AVE DEL MAR                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
ANTOINE'S CAFE                   218 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
AT THE LIBRARY CAFE              243 AVE DEL MAR                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
BAGEL SHACK, THE                 777 S. EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
BAJA FRESH MEXICAN GRILL         979 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
BAKERS SQUARE #0519              610 LOS MARES                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
BEACH GARDEN CAFE                618 1/2 VICTORIA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
BEACH YOGURT & DELI              624 VICTORIA                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
BETWEEN THE SLICES               944 CALLE AMANCER                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
BETWEEN THE SLICES               944 CALLE AMANECER               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments



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                                                                                              SIC
               Name                    Address / Location                  Watershed                    SIC Code Class Description
                                                                                             Code
BIGGIES                          1017 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
BOBBY'S N.Y. PIZZARIA            800 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
BURGER STOP, THE                 524 PICO                         M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
BURRITO BASKET                   2017 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
CAFE CALYPSO                     114 AVE DEL MAR                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
CAFE EXPRESSO                    647 LOS MARES                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
CAPTAIN CULVER'S                 149 DEL MAR                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
CARBONARA TRATTORIA ITALIANA     111 AVE DEL MAR                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
CARL'S JR. RESTAURANT #38        957 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
CARROWS RESTAURANT #107          620 PICO                         M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
CASSANO'S PIZZA                  626 VICTORIA                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
CHINA WELL RESTAURANT            620 CAM DE LOS MARES             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
CJ'S OF SAN CLEMENTE             35 VIA PICO PLAZA                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
COCO'S #869                      2350 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
CORKY'S FAMILY RESTAURANT        2727 VIA CASCADITA               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
COURTSIDE RESTAURANT             111 VISTA MONTANA                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
DAPHNE'S GREEK CAFE              979 AVE. PICO                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
DARIN'S CAFE 207                 207 SO EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
DAVE'S RESTAURANT                1701 N EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
DELI 204'S                       1421 N. EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
DENNY'S RESTAURANT               529 E AVE PICO                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
DOMINOS PIZZA                    1502 N EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
DONUT HOUSE                      401 SO EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
EASTERN WIND CHINESE             201 N. EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
EL JEFE                          106 E ESCALONES                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
EL MARIACHI RESTAURANT, INC.     1925 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
EL POLLO LOCO                    963 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
FISHERMAN'S RESTAURANT           611 AVE VICTORIA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
GAMBINO'S RESTAURANT             223 DEL MAR                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
GOLDEN CHICKEN                   638 LOS MARES                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
GOURMET BAGEL COMPANY, INC.      638 LOS MARES                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
GUICHO'S EATERY                  1110 S. EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
H & H GOURMET CAFE, INC.         204 AVE DEL MAR                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
INTERNATIONAL HOUSE OF PANCAKE   915 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
IRWIN CHEVRON SERVICE, BRAD      1729 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments



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                                                                                                  SIC
                 Name                      Address / Location                  Watershed                    SIC Code Class Description
                                                                                                 Code
JACK IN THE BOX                      2398 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
J'S SUBS & SNACKS                    919 CALLE AMANECER               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
JUICE TIME                           638 CAM DE LOS MARS              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
KELLY'S DONUTS                       430 CAM DE ESTRELLA              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
KMART #7092 (LITTLE CAESARS PIZZA)   550 CAMINO ESTRELLA              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
KULTURED KITCHEN, THE                360 CAM ESTRELLA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
LA COCINA DE RICARDO, INC            401 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
LA SIESTA                            920 N EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
LOS GOLONDRINAS #5                   400 CAM DE ESTRELLA              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
LOS PATIOS                           111 W AVE PALIZADA               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
LOVE BURGER                          1402 SO EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
MCDONALD'S OF SAN CLEMENTE           650 PICO                         M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
MILLER, R. ENT., INC. (KFC)          700 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
MIYAKO JAPANESE RESTAURANT           641 CAM DE LOS MARES             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
MOBIL ON THE RUN #18821              901 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
MONGKUT THAI RESTAURANT              212 DEL MAR                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
MONTOURIS                            129 AVE DEL MAR                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
MR PETE'S BURGERS                    420 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
MR. SUSHI                            102 AVE. VICTORIA                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
NICK N WILLY'S TAKE N BAKE PIZZA     979 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
NOBU SUSHI                           415 E AVE PICO                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
NORTH BEACH SNACK STAND              1700 ESTANCION                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
PEPPINOS ITALIAN FAMILY REST.        638 CAM DE LOS MARES             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
PICK UP STIX #7140                   415 PICO                         M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
PITA WRAPS                           415 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
PIZZA HUT, INC.                      415 E. PICO                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
PIZZA PLUS                           641 CAM DE LOS MARES             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
PIZZA PLUS                           804 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
PIZZA PORT SAN CLEMENTE              301 EL CAMINO REAL               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
RIB TRADER                           911 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
ROSE'S SUGAR SHACK                   2319 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
ROUND TABLE PIZZA                    612 CAM DE LOS MARES             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
RUBIO'S BAJA GRILL                   638 CAM DE LOS MARES             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SAN CLEMENTE CAFE                    1810 S. EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SAN CLEMENTE CINEMAS, LLC.           641 CAM DE LOS MARES             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments



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                                                                                              SIC
               Name                    Address / Location                  Watershed                    SIC Code Class Description
                                                                                             Code
SAN CLEMENTE DONUT HOUSE         806 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SANDWICH BUDDIES                 800 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SCHLEPPY'S AT THE BEACH          250 AVE CALAFIA                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SEA BREEZE CAFE                  1640 N EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SENOR PEDROS                     2313 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SONNY'S                          429 N EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SONO, INC                        979 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
STARBUCKS COFFEE #5430           300 S. EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
STARBUCKS COFFEE #670            638 LOS MARES                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SUBWAY #14209                    638 LOS MARES                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SUBWAY 2020                      401 S. EL CAMINO REAL STE C      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SUBWAY SANDWICHES/SALADS #3219   415 PICO                         M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SUNRISE CAFE                     701 N EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SUPER BOWL EXPRESS               1622 NO EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SURFER, THE                      0 BEACH AT T-STREET              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SURFIN CHICKEN                   71 VIA PICO PLAZA                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SURFIN' COFFEE HOUSE LLC         1822 S. EL CAMINO REAL           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SURFIN' COFFEE HOUSE, LLC        202 N EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
SWISS CHALET                     216 N EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
TACO BELL #20693                 959 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
TACO BELL #4345                  918 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
TAKAO JAPANESE RESTAURANT OF     425 N EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
TASTE OF CHINA, A                1101 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
THAI PARADISE                    3551 CAMINO MIRA COSTA           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
TINA AND VINCE ITALIAN IMPORTS   221 DEL MAR                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
TOGO'S / BASKIN & ROBBINS        979 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
TOMMY'S FAMILY RESTAURANT        1409 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
TROJAN TACO #61 (DEL TACO)       109 VIA PICO PLAZA               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
VILLAGE MEDITERRANEAN RIM        123 AVE DEL MAR                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
WAHOO'S FISH TACO                641 CAM DE LOS MARES             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
WAL MART RESTAURANT #2527        951 AVE PICO                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
WEST OF THE FIVE                 378 CAMINO ESTRELLA              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
WILDFLOWER OF SAN CLEMENTE       120 NO EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5812   Eating/drinking establishments
BARRELS RAGING SUSHI             647 CAMINO LOS MARES             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
BART'S LIL OUTRIGGER             1920 S EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments



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                                                      City of San Clemente
                                           Inventory of High Priority Commercial Sites
                                                                                                   SIC
                Name                        Address / Location                  Watershed                    SIC Code Class Description
                                                                                                  Code
BEACHFIRE LLC                        204 AVE DEL MAR                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
BIG HELYNS                           3317 SO EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
BLUE DANUBE                          111 AVE PALIZADA                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
BOGEY'S GOLF COURSE RESTAURANT       150 E MAGDALENA                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
D'S LANDING (SHORE HOUSE CAFÉ)       2016 SO EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
DUKE'S GRIDDLE 'N GRILL              204 S. EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
FISHERMAN'S GALLEY                   611 AVE VICTORIA                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
GOODY'S                              206 S EL CAMINO REAL              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
JT'S                                 2369-71 S. EL CAMINO REAL         M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
KNUCKLEHEADS SPORTS BAR              1715-1717 EL CAMINO REAL          M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
MAXIM'S RESTAURANT DBA               111 S ESTRELLA                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
BEEFCUTTER                           2391 S. EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
MULLIGAN'S SPORTS BUNKER             1401 CALLE VALLE                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
NEW MANDARIN GARDEN                  111 PALIZADA                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
OLE'S TAVERN, INC.                   127 S EL CAMINO REAL              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
OUTRIGGER                            1920 S. EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
PACIFIC GOLF CLUB                    200 LA PATA                       M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
RED FOX LOUNGE, INC., THE            220 SO EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
SENOR PEDRO'S TACOS                  550 N EL CAMINO REAL              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
SHORE HOUSE CAFE                     201 AVE DEL MAR                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
SHORECLIFFS GOLF COURSE, BAR         501 AVE VAQUERO                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
STUFT PIZZA, SAN CLEMENTE            91 VIA PICO PLAZA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
TALEGA GOLF CLUB RESTAURANT          990 AVE TALEGA                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
THAI PAVILION                        211 N EL CAMINO REAL              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
TROPICANA BAR AND GRILL              610 AVE. VICTORIA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
WAFFLE LADY RESTAURANT, THE          107 VIA PICO PLAZA                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
YUJI ENTERPRISES (ICHIBIRI II)       1814 N EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
RAGAMUFFINS                          1527 N EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   5813   Eating/drinking establishments
BLUE PACIFIC                         23461 VIA BURRIANA                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7217   Personal Services--carpet cleaning
DOLPHIN CLEANING & RESTORATION       114 CALLE LOS MOLINOS             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7217   Personal Services--carpet cleaning
OCEAN PACIFIC CARPET CLEANING        607 VIA BARRACUDA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7217   Personal Services--carpet cleaning
SOUTH COAST CARPET CLEANING          114 CHIQUITA                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7217   Personal Services--carpet cleaning
STEAM AGE CARPET & UPHOLSTERY        149 DEL PONIENTE                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7217   Personal Services--carpet cleaning
WILSONS MOUNTAIN VIEW CARPET CLEANIN 6157 CAMINO FORESTAL              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7217   Personal Services--carpet cleaning
DURKIN, CECILIA WORKROOM             154 LOS MOLINOS                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7219   Personal Services--carpet cleaning



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                                                City of San Clemente
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                                                                                              SIC
               Name                   Address / Location                   Watershed                    SIC Code Class Description
                                                                                             Code
LESNESKI MORTUARY               640 S EL CAMINO REAL              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7261   Personal Services--carpet cleaning
REYNOLDS TERMITE CONTROL INC    2208 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7342   Business services
A. STERLING MAINTENANCE         134 W ESCALONES                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7349   Business services
CONTROLLED CONTAMINATION        1023 CALLE SOMBRA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7349   Business services
LA PAZ FLOOR CARE               141 PRINCESA                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7349   Business services
LOCKHART-PHILLIPS USA           151 CALLE IGLESIA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7349   Business services
LUSK ENTERPRISES                1302 VIA AVILA                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7349   Business services
R & M ELITE CLEANING SERVICE    138 W CORNELIO                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7349   Business services
SAN CLEMENTE TRANSMISSION       215 LOS MOLINOS                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7358   Business services
MUNTERS CORPORATION             201 PINTORESCO                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7359   Business services
SAN CLEMENTE RENTALS            143 LOS MOLINOS                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7359   Business services
ENTERPRISE RENT A CAR COMPANY   1615 N EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7515   Auto repair, services, and parking
LITTLEPAGE, MARK AUTOMOTIVE     152 LOS OBREROS LN                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7515   Auto repair, services, and parking
RENT A WRECK RENT-A-CAR         1645 N. EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7515   Auto repair, services, and parking
B & M AUTO BODY                 1520 AVE DE ESTRELLA              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7532   Auto repair, services, and parking
BEACH CITIES AUTO COLLISION     127 LOS MOLINOS                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7532   Auto repair, services, and parking
COLLISON CAR CARE               1510 AVE. ESTRELLA                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7532   Auto repair, services, and parking
FRANK'S AUTO BODY & PAINT       2101 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7532   Auto repair, services, and parking
SAN CLEMENTE AUTO COLLISION     150 AVE NAVARRO                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7532   Auto repair, services, and parking
MIDAS SHOP/TRKSS                530 VIA PICO PLAZA                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7533   Auto repair, services, and parking
4 IN SERVICE & REPAIR           2229 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
ALTERATORS WEST                 2120 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
AMENDT, BOB AUTO REPAIR         219 CALLE LOS MOLINOS             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
ARNOLDS AUTO REPAIR             184 AVE NAVARRO                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
AUTO CARE                       231 PINTORESCO                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
AUTO-MEDIC                      103 RINCON COURT                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS          150 LOS OBREROS                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
BREWSTERS AUTOMOTIVE            1510 AVE DE ESTRELLA UNIT A       M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
CHACON, ELIAS AUTO REPAIR       1522 CALLE VALLE                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
CHRISTIAN AUTO REPAIR           180 AVE. NAVARRO                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
COAST ALIGN                     1504 AVDELA ESTRELLA              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
COASTLINE AUTO                  174 NAVARRO                       M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
EZ LUBE INC                     525 AVE PICO                      M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
FRANK'S FOREIGN CAR SERVICE     509 S EL CAMINO REAL              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
FREEWAY AUTO RESTORATION        1508 ESTRELLA                     M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking



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                                               City of San Clemente
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                                                                                             SIC
               Name                  Address / Location                   Watershed                     SIC Code Class Description
                                                                                            Code
JAY'S CAR REPAIR               1504 NO AVE ESTRELLA              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
JIMENEZ AUTO SERVICE           902 N EL CAMINO REAL              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
KLINK'S AUTO REPAIR            2225 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
M & M SMOG                     530 VIA PICO PLAZA                M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
MOORE'S DOUG MUFFLER SERVICE   1504 N. AVE ESTRELLA              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
MOTORVATED AUTOMOTIVE          217 CAL DE LOS MOLINOS            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
NELSON AUTOMOTIVE              245 CALLE PINTORESCO              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
OCEAN AUTO SALES               1650 NO EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
RAY'S AUTO REPAIR              1520 AVE ESTRELLA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
RICK'S TRAILER SUPPLY          220 AVE. FABRICANTE               M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
RINCON TRUCK CENTER            114 RINCON COURT                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
SHADETREE AUTOMOTIVE           1635 N EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
SHADETREE FOREIGN CAR          1635 N EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
SHORECLIFFS AUTO SERVICE       151 AVE VAQUERO                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
SOUTH COUNTY TRANSMISSION      2110 S. EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
STAGGS, JACK                   1321 CALLE VALLE                  M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
STAR TECH                      247 PINTORESCO                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
TOP TUNE #2                    1502 SO EL CAMINO REAL            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
VICTORIA AUTO REPAIR           1520 AVE ESTRELLA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
WATSON AUTO CENTER, DICK       2345 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
WERT'S, DAVE AUTO REPAIR       176 NAVARRO                       M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
WEST COAST AUTOMOTIVE          216 CAL DE LOS MOLINOS            M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7538   Auto repair, services, and parking
CERTIFIED REBUILDERS, INC.     1517 N EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7539   Auto repair, services, and parking
BUGGY BATH                     2201 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7542   Auto repair, services, and parking
CC&S DESIGN SERVICES           114-B CALLE LOS MOLINOS           M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7542   Auto repair, services, and parking
A. C. TOWING, INC.             180 CALLE IGLESIA                 M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7549   Auto repair, services, and parking
M G TOWING                     2360 S EL CAMINO REAL             M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7549   Auto repair, services, and parking
S & K TOWING, INC.             1520 AVE DE ESTRELLA              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7549   Auto repair, services, and parking
SAN CLEMENTE TOWING/CUP        227 CALLE PINTORESCO              M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7549   Auto repair, services, and parking
PACIFIC GOLF CLUB              200 LA PATA                       M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7992   Amusement & recreation services
TALEGA GOLF CLUB GOLF COURSE   990 AVE TALEGA                    M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7992   Amusement & recreation services
SHORECLIFFS GOLF COURSE        501 AVE VAQUERO                   M-Prima/Segunda Deshecha   7992   Amusement & recreation services




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                                   Exhibit A-9.II

  Best Management Practice (BMP) Activity Factsheets
Industrial/Commercial Factsheets
IC1. AIRPLANE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
IC2. ANIMAL HANDLING AREAS
IC3. BUILDING MAINTENANCE
IC4. CARPET CLEANING
IC5. CONCRETE AND ASPHALT PRODUCTION, APPLICATION, AND CUTTING
IC6. CONTAMINATED OR ERODIBLE SURFACES AREAS
IC7. LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE
IC8. NURSERIES AND GREENHOUSES
IC9. OUTDOOR DRAINAGE FROM INDOOR AREAS
IC10. OUTDOOR LOADING/UNLOADING OF MATERIALS
IC11. OUTDOOR PROCESS EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE
IC12. OUTDOOR STORAGE OF RAW MATERIALS, PRODUCTS, AND CONTAINERS
IC13. OVER WATER ACTIVITIES
IC14. PAINTING, FINISHING, AND COATINGS OF VEHICLES, BOATS, BUILDINGS, AND
       EQUIPMENT
IC15. PARKING AND STORAGE AREA MAINTENANCE
IC16. POOL AND FOUNTAIN CLEANING
IC17. SPILL PREVENTION AND CLEANUP
IC18. VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT FUELING
IC19. VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
IC20. VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT WASHING AND STEAM CLEANING
IC21. WASTE HANDLING AND DISPOSAL
IC22. EATING AND DRINKING ESTABLISHMENTS

Residential BMP Factsheets

R-1 AUTOMOBILE REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE
R-2 AUTOMOBILE WASHING
R-3 AUTOMOBILE PARKING
R-4 HOME AND GARDEN CARE
R-5 DISPOSAL OF PET WASTES
R-6 DISPOSAL OF GREEN WASTES
R-7 HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE
R-8 WATER CONSERVATION
R-9 WALKWAYS AND DRIVEWAYS
R-10 POOLS AND FOUNTAINS
  CIA/HOAs with Publicly Owned and Maintained Streets and Storm Drains

                    Activity                              Best Management Practices (BMPs)        Fact Sheet
Vehicle Parking in CIA/HOA parking lots                 Automobile parking                            R-3
Parking Lot Maintenance & Cleaning                      Parking Lot Maintenance                     IC-13
Building Maintenance & Repair                           Building Maintenance & Repair                IC-2
Disposal of hazardous wastes; such as                   Waste Handling & Disposal                   IC-19
paint, bleach, etc.
Cleaning of CIA/HOA sidewalks, plaza,                   Sidewalk, plaza, and entry monument        R-9, R-10
and entry monuments and fountains                       and fountain maintenance
Landscape maintenance including                         Landscape maintenance                        IC-6
irrigation and fertilization
Operation and maintenance of CIA/HOA                    Pool Cleaning                               IC-16
Swimming Pools
Operation and maintenance of recreation                 Disposal of pet waste & Green Waste       R-5 & R-6
areas such as parks and tennis courts                   Impervious Surface Cleaning                   R-9
Minor Construction Activities                           Minor Construction                           IC-2
Vehicle maintenance and repair                          Equipment maintenance and repair            IC-17
Storage of vehicles and equipment                       Vehicle and equipment storage               IC-13
Cleaning of vehicles and equipment                      Vehicle and equipment cleaning              IC-18
Storage, handling, and disposal of various              Material storage, handling and disposal     IC-11
materials such as cleaners
Loading and unloading of materials                      Material loading and unloading               IC-9

  CIA/HOAs with Privately-Owned and Maintained Streets and Storm Drains

                  Activity                                        BMP                             Fact Sheet1
                   Include all BMPs listed in Table A-9.4.1 plus the following BMPs
Road Maintenance and Sweeping                  Roads Streets & Highways                              FP-3
Parking vehicles on private streets            Automobile Parking                                    R-3
Inspection and cleaning of catch basins and Drainage system operation and                            DF-1
storm drains                                   maintenance
Operation and maintenance of water and         Water and sewer utility operation and                 FP-6
sewer lines (not controlled by utility         maintenance
company)



  1
      Factsheets labeled with an FP or DF are included in Section A-5.0
IC1. AIRPLANE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
                                                        1.   Only conduct maintenance or repair work in designated
                                                             areas.
Pollution Prevention                                    2.   Utilize dry cleanup methods (i.e. sweeping), try to avoid
                                                             washing down work areas.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times     3.   Use drip pans and/or containers where needed.
for improving pollution control. Implementation of      4.   Inspect airplanes for leaks.
pollution prevention measures may reduce or             5.   Dispose of all waste products properly and recycle
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or         whenever possible.
                                                        6.   Paint signs near outdoor drains and post signs at sinks to
complicated procedures.                                      remind employees and others not to pour wastes down
                                                             storm drains.
The following pollution prevention principles apply to 7.    Clean storm drain inlet(s) on a regular schedule and after
most industries:                                             large storms.
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer,    8.    Store idle equipment under cover.
   or recycled products.                               9.    Keep equipment clean and free of excessive oil and
                                                             grease.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of
                                                       10.   Completely drain oil filters before recycling/disposal.
   concern.
                                                       11.   Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.                    prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.        12.   Use non-toxic chemicals for maintenance when possible.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste           13.   Minimize the use of solvents.
   flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm
   water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Only conduct maintenance or repair work in designated areas.
        • Conduct maintenance and repair work in a designated area with spill containment.
        • Construct a berm or intercept trench at doorways to prevent stormwater runoff as well
            as the runon of uncontaminated stormwater from adjacent areas.
2. Utilize dry cleanup methods (i.e. sweeping), try to avoid washing down work areas.
        • If work areas are washed and if discharge to the sanitary sewer is allowed treat water
            with an appropriate treatment device (e.g. clarifier) before discharging. DO NOT
            discharge wash water to sanitary sewer until contacting the local sewer authority to
            find out if pretreatment is required.
        • If discharge to the sanitary sewer is not permitted, pump water to a tank and dispose
            of properly.
3. Use drip pans and/or containers where needed. Keep a drip pan or container under the
   airplane when unclipping hoses, unscrewing filters, or conducting other maintenance and
   repair work that may result in fluids dripping or splattering onto the shop floor or ground.
4. Inspect airplanes for leaks.
        • Inspect incoming airplanes for leaks.
        • Inspect airplanes for leaks during regular maintenance; keep records.
5. Dispose of all waste products properly and recycle whenever possible.
        • Promptly transfer waste materials to the proper waste or recycling drums.
        • Store waste and/or recycling drums in designated areas with spill containment.


IC1 Airplane Maintenance                                                                                      1
          •   Separate hazardous and non-hazardous wastes, do not mix used oil and solvents and
              keep chlorinated solvents separate from non-chlorinated solvents.
          • Recycle greases, used oils, oil filters, antifreeze, cleaning solutions, batteries, and
              hydraulic and transmission fluids whenever possible.
6.    Paint signs near outdoor drains and post signs at sinks to remind employees and others
      not to pour wastes down storm drains.
7.    Clean storm drain inlet(s) on a regular schedule and after large storms.
8.    Store idle equipment under cover.
9.    Keep equipment clean and free of excessive oil and grease.
10.   Completely drain oil filters before recycling/disposal.
11.   Training

      1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
         wastewater discharge requirements.
      2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
         • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
             immediately begin cleaning up a spill.
         • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
             cleanup procedures.
         • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
      3. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
         refresher training.
      4. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

12. Use non-toxic chemicals for maintenance when possible.
13. Minimize the use of solvents.

References

California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Industrial/Commercial Best Management
Practice Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.

King County Stormwater Pollution Control Manual. Best Management Practices for Businesses. King
County Surface Water Management. July 1995. On-line: http://dnr.metrokc.gov/wlr/dss/spcm.htm

Model Urban Runoff Program: A How-To Guide for Developing Urban Runoff Programs for Small
Municipalities. Prepared by City of Monterey, City of Santa Cruz, California Coastal Commission, Monterey
Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments, Woodward-Clyde, Central
Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. July 1998 (Revised February 2002 by the California Coastal
Commission).

Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington. Volume IV Source Control BMPs. Prepared by
Washington State Department of Ecology Water Quality Program. Publication No. 99-14. August 2001.




IC1 Airplane Maintenance                                                                                2
IC2. ANIMAL HANDLING AREAS
                                                       1.   Use dry cleaning methods to clean animal handling areas
                                                            regularly.
Pollution Prevention                                   2.   Properly collect and dispose of water when water is used
                                                            for cleaning.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times    3.   Keep animals in paved and covered areas, if feasible.
for improving pollution control. Implementation of     4.   If keeping animals in covered areas is not feasible, cover
pollution prevention measures may reduce or                 the ground with vegetation or some other type of ground
                                                            cover such as mulch.
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or   5.   Prevent animals from moving away from controlled areas
complicated procedures.                                     where BMPs are in use (e.g. fencing, leashing, etc.).Clean
                                                            storm drain inlet(s) on a regular schedule and after large
The following pollution prevention principles apply to      storms.
                                                       6.   Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
most industries:                                            prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer,
   or recycled products.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of concern.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Use dry cleaning methods to clean animal handling areas regularly.
        • Sweeping animal handling areas is encouraged over other methods.
        • Properly dispose of droppings, uneaten food, and other potential contaminants.
2. If water is used for cleaning:
        • Do not discharge wash water to storm water drains or other receiving waters.
        • Block the storm drain or contain runoff.
        • Wash water should be collected and pumped to the sanitary sewer, do not allow wash
            water to enter storm drains. DO NOT discharge wash water to sanitary sewer until
            contacting the local sewer authority to find out if pretreatment is required.
3. Keep animals in paved and covered areas, if feasible.
4. If keeping animals in covered areas is not feasible, cover the ground with vegetation or
   some other type of ground cover such as mulch.
5. Prevent animals from moving away from controlled areas where BMPs are in use (e.g.
   fencing, leashing, etc.).

6. Training

    1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
       wastewater discharge requirements.
    2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
       • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
           immediately begin cleaning up a spill.



IC2 Animal Handling Areas                                                                                   1
        •  Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
           cleanup procedures.
       • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
    3. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
       refresher training.
    4. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

References

King County Stormwater Pollution Control Manual. Best Management Practices for Businesses. King
County Surface Water Management. July 1995. On-line: http://dnr.metrokc.gov/wlr/dss/spcm.htm

Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington. Volume IV Source Control BMPs. Prepared by
Washington State Department of Ecology Water Quality Program. Publication No. 99-14. August 2001.




IC2 Animal Handling Areas                                                                              2
IC3. BUILDING MAINTENANCE
                                                         1.   Properly collect and dispose of water when pressure
                                                              washing buildings, rooftops, and other large objects.
Pollution Prevention                                     2.   Properly prepare work area before conducting building
                                                              maintenance.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times      3.   Properly clean and dispose of equipment and wastes used
for improving pollution control. Implementation of            and generated during building maintenance.
pollution prevention measures may reduce or              4.   Employ soil erosion and stabilization techniques when
                                                              exposing large areas of soil.
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or     5.   Store toxic material under cover when not in use and
complicated procedures.                                       during precipitation events.
                                                         6.   Properly dispose of fluids from air conditioning, cooling
The following pollution prevention principles apply to        tower, and condensate drains.
most industries:                                       7.     Regularly inspect air emission control equipment under
                                                              AQMD permit.
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer,
                                                       8.     Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
   or recycled products.                                      prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of        9.     Switch to non-toxic chemicals for maintenance when
   concern.                                                   possible.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Properly collect and dispose of water when pressure washing buildings, rooftops, and
   other large objects.
       • If pressure washing where the surrounding area is paved, use a water collection
           device that enables collection of wash water and associated solids. Use a sump
           pump, wet vacuum or similarly effective device to collect the runoff and loose
           materials. Dispose of the collected runoff and solids properly.
       • If pressure washing on a grassed area (with or without soap), runoff must be dispersed
           as sheet flow as much as possible, rather than as a concentrated stream. The wash
           runoff must remain on the grass and not drain to pavement.
2. Properly prepare work area before conducting building maintenance.
       • Use ground or drop cloths underneath outdoor painting, scraping, and sandblasting
           work, and properly dispose of collected material daily.
       • Use a ground cloth or oversized tub for activities such as paint mixing and tool
           cleaning.
       • Use a storm drain cover, filter fabric, or similarly effective runoff control mechanism if
           dust, grit, wash water, or other pollutants may escape the work area and enter a storm
           drain.
3. Properly clean and dispose of equipment and wastes used and generated during
   building maintenance.
       • Clean paint brushes and tools covered with water-based paints in sinks connected to
           sanitary sewers or in portable containers that can be dumped into a sanitary sewer
           drain. Brushes and tools covered with non-water-based paints, finishes, or other


IC3 Building Maintenance                                                                                     1
             materials must be cleaned in a manner that enables collection of used solvents (e.g.,
             paint thinner, turpentine, etc.) for recycling or proper disposal.
         • Properly dispose of wash water, sweepings, and sediments.
         • Properly store equipment, chemicals, and wastes.
         • Do not dump any toxic substance or liquid waste on the pavement, the ground, or
             toward a storm drain.
         • Recycle residual paints, solvents, lumber, and other materials to the maximum extent
             practicable
4.   Employ soil erosion and stabilization techniques when exposing large areas of soil.
         • Confine excavated materials to pervious surfaces away from storm drain inlets,
             sidewalks, pavement, and ditches. Material must be covered if rain is expected.
         • Use chemical stabilization or geosynthetics to stabilize bare ground surfaces.
5.   Store toxic material under cover when not in use and during precipitation events.
6.   Properly dispose of fluids from air conditioning, cooling tower, and condensate drains.
7.   Regularly inspect air emission control equipment under AQMD permit.

8. Training

     1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
        wastewater discharge requirements.
     2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
        • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
            immediately begin cleaning up a spill.
        • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
            cleanup procedures.
        • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
     3. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
        refresher training.
     4. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

9. Switch to non-toxic chemicals for maintenance when possible.
      • If cleaning agents are used, select biodegradable products whenever feasible
      • Consider using a waterless and non-toxic chemical cleaning method for graffiti removal
          (e.g. gels or spray compounds).


References

California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Industrial/Commercial Best Management
Practice Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.

King County Stormwater Pollution Control Manual. Best Management Practices for Businesses. King
County Surface Water Management. July 1995. On-line: http://dnr.metrokc.gov/wlr/dss/spcm.htm

Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington. Volume IV Source Control BMPs. Prepared by
Washington State Department of Ecology Water Quality Program. Publication No. 99-14. August 2001.


IC3 Building Maintenance                                                                              2
IC4. CARPET CLEANING
Pollution Prevention
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times
                                                         Discharge wash water to sink, toilet, or other drain connected
for improving pollution control. Implementation of      to the sanitary sewer system.
pollution prevention measures may reduce or
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or complicated procedures.

The following pollution prevention principles apply to most industries:
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer, or recycled products.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of concern.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices
Discharge wash water to sink, toilet, or other drain connected to the sanitary sewer system.
        • Never discharge wash water to a street, gutter, parking lot, or storm drain. Either:
                 - empty the spent cleaning fluid tank into a utility sink or other indoor sewer connection
                     at the service provider’s home base
                 or
                 - arrange with the customer to discharge into a toilet or utility sink on their premises.
        • Check the local wastewater authority’s requirements for discharge.
        • Filter wash water before discharging to the sanitary sewer to avoid clogging pipes. Dispose of
           filtered material in the garbage, provided the carpet was not contaminated with hazardous
           materials.
        • These guidelines apply even to cleaning products labeled “nontoxic” and “biodegradable.”
Training
1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and wastewater discharge
    requirements.
2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
         • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to immediately
              begin cleaning up a spill.
         • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill cleanup
              procedures.
         • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
3. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual refresher
    training.
4. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

References
Water Quality Guidelines for Carpet Cleaning Activities. Orange County Stormwater Program. Prepared by
Watershed & Coastal Resources Division. January 2002. On-line:
http://www.ocwatersheds.com/PublicEducation/pe_brochures_carpet.asp
Orange County Stormwater Program. 2002. Water Quality Guidelines for Carpet Cleaning Activities.
March.


IC4 Carpet Cleaning                                                                                             1
IC5. CONCRETE AND ASPHALT PRODUCTION,
                                                        1.  Properly collect and dispose of process water.
     APPLICATION, AND CUTTING
                                                        2.  Protect production, pouring, and cutting areas from
                                                            stormwater runoff and runon.
Pollution Prevention                                    3. Sweep the production, pouring, and cutting areas regularly
                                                            to collect loose materials.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times     4. Pre-heat, transfer or load hot bituminous material away
for improving pollution control. Implementation of          from storm drain inlets.
pollution prevention measures may reduce or             5. Use drip pans or absorbent material to catch drips from
                                                            paving equipment, including equipment that is not in use.
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or    6. Cover and seal nearby storm drain inlets (with waterproof
complicated procedures.                                     material or mesh) and manholes before applying seal
                                                            coat, slurry seal, etc.
The following pollution prevention principles apply to  7. Conduct surface repair work during dry weather to prevent
                                                            contamination from contacting stormwater runoff.
most industries:
                                                        8. To avoid runoff, use only as much water as necessary for
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer,         dust control.
   or recycled products.                                9. Do not allow concrete and concrete pumping vehicles to
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of             discharge concrete, slurry, or rinse water into gutters,
   concern.                                                 storm drains, or drainage ditches.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.               10. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
                                                            prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Properly collect and dispose of process water.
   Discharge process water from production, pouring, equipment cleaning, and cutting activities to
   a sump, process water treatment or recycling system, or sanitary sewer system if allowed.
2. Protect production, pouring, and cutting areas from stormwater runoff and runon.
   Construct a berm around the perimeter of the area to prevent the runon of uncontaminated
   stormwater from adjacent areas as well as runoff of stormwater.
3. Sweep the production, pouring, and cutting areas regularly to collect loose materials.
   • DO NOT hose down area to a storm drain or conveyance ditch.
   • Do not wash sweepings from exposed aggregate concrete into the street or storm drain.
       Collect and return sweepings to aggregate base stockpile, or dispose in the trash.
4. Pre-heat, transfer or load hot bituminous material away from storm drain inlets.
5. Use drip pans or absorbent material to catch drips from paving equipment, including
   equipment that is not in use. Dispose of collected material and absorbents properly.
6. Cover and seal nearby storm drain inlets (with waterproof material or mesh) and
   manholes before applying seal coat, slurry seal, etc.
       • Clean covers regularly.
       • Leave covers in place until job is complete and clean any debris for proper disposal.
7. Conduct surface repair work during dry weather to prevent contamination from
   contacting stormwater runoff.
8. To avoid runoff, use only as much water as necessary for dust control.



IC5 Concrete and Asphalt Production,                                                                       1
Application, and Cutting
9. Do not allow concrete and concrete pumping vehicles to discharge concrete, slurry, or
   rinse water into gutters, storm drains, or drainage ditches.

10. Training

    1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
       wastewater discharge requirements.
    2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
       • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
           immediately begin cleaning up a spill.
       • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
           cleanup procedures.
       • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
    3. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
       refresher training.
    4. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

References

Los Angeles County Stormwater Quality. Public Agency Activities Model Program. On-line:
http://ladpw.org/wmd/npdes/public_TC.cfm

King County Stormwater Pollution Control Manual. Best Management Practices for Businesses. King
County Surface Water Management. July 1995. On-line: http://dnr.metrokc.gov/wlr/dss/spcm.htm

Model Urban Runoff Program: A How-To Guide for Developing Urban Runoff Programs for Small
Municipalities. Prepared by City of Monterey, City of Santa Cruz, California Coastal Commission, Monterey
Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments, Woodward-Clyde, Central
Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. July 1998. (Revised February 2002 by the California Coastal
Commission)

Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program. Maintenance Best Management Practices
for the Construction Industry. Brochures: Landscaping, Gardening, and Pool; Roadwork and Paving; and
Fresh Concrete and Mortar Application. June 2001.




IC5 Concrete and Asphalt Production,                                                                    2
Application, and Cutting
IC6. CONTAMINATED OR ERODIBLE SURFACES
                                                         1.   Protect contaminated or erodible surface areas from
     AREAS                                                    rainfall and wind dispersal.
                                                         2.   Protect materials from stormwater runoff and runon.
Pollution Prevention                                     3.   Minimize pooling of water.
                                                         4.   Conduct routine maintenance.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times      5.   Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
for improving pollution control. Implementation of            prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
pollution prevention measures may reduce or
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or complicated procedures.

The following pollution prevention principles apply to most industries:
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer, or recycled products.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of concern.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Protect contaminated or erodible surface areas from rainfall and wind dispersal though
   one or more of the following:
       • Preserve natural vegetation.
       • Re-plant or landscaping bare ground surfaces.
       • Use chemical stabilization or geosynthetics to stabilize bare ground surfaces.
       • Remove contaminated soils.
       • Cover materials with a fixed roof or a temporary waterproof covering made of
            polyethylene, polypropylene or hypalon. Keep covers in place at all times when work
            is not occurring. If areas are so large that they cannot feasibly be covered and
            contained, implement erosion control practices at the perimeter of the area and at any
            catch basins to prevent dispersion of the stockpiled material.
2. Protect materials from stormwater runoff and runon. Construct a berm around the
   perimeter of the area to prevent the runon of uncontaminated stormwater from adjacent areas
   as well as runoff of stormwater from the material.
3. Minimize pooling of water. Paved areas should be sloped in a manner that minimizes the
   pooling of water in the area. A minimum slope of 1.5 percent is recommended.
4. Conduct routine maintenance. Sweep paved areas regularly to collect loose materials.
       • DO NOT hose down area to a storm drain or conveyance ditch.
       • Properly dispose of waste materials.

5. Training

    1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
       wastewater discharge requirements.
    2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.


IC6 Contaminated or Erodible Surface Areas                                                                 1
         • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
           immediately begin cleaning up a spill.
       • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
           cleanup procedures.
       • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
    3. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
       refresher training.
    4. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

References

California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Industrial/Commercial Best Management
Practice Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.

King County Stormwater Pollution Control Manual. Best Management Practices for Businesses. King
County Surface Water Management. July 1995. On-line: http://dnr.metrokc.gov/wlr/dss/spcm.htm

Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington. Volume IV Source Control BMPs. Prepared by
Washington State Department of Ecology Water Quality Program. Publication No. 99-14. August 2001.




IC6 Contaminated or Erodible Surface Areas                                                           2
IC7. LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE
                                                         1.   Take steps to reduce landscape maintenance
                                                              requirements.
Pollution Prevention                                     2.   Properly store and dispose of gardening wastes.
                                                         3.   Use mulch or other erosion control measures on exposed
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times           soils.
for improving pollution control. Implementation of       4.   Properly manage irrigation and runoff.
pollution prevention measures may reduce or              5.   Properly store and dispose of chemicals.
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or     6.   Properly manage pesticide and herbicide use.
complicated procedures.                                  7.   Properly manage fertilizer use.
                                                         8.   Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
                                                              prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
The following pollution prevention principles apply to
                                                       9.     Incorporate integrated pest management techniques
most industries:                                              where appropriate.
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer,
   or recycled products.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of concern.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Take steps to reduce landscape maintenance requirements.
      • Where feasible, retain and/or plant native vegetation with features that are determined to be
          beneficial. Native vegetation usually requires less maintenance than planting new
          vegetation.
      • When planting or replanting consider using low water use flowers, trees, shrubs, and
          groundcovers.
2. Properly store and dispose of gardening wastes.
      • Dispose of grass clippings, leaves, sticks, or other collected vegetation as garbage at a
          permitted landfill or by composting.
      • Do not dispose of gardening wastes in streets, waterways, or storm drainage systems.
      • Place temporarily stockpiled material away from watercourses and storm drain inlets, and
          berm and/or cover.
3. Use mulch or other erosion control measures on exposed soils.
4. Properly manage irrigation and runoff.
      • Irrigate slowly or pulse irrigate so the infiltration rate of the soil is not exceeded.
      • Inspect irrigation system regularly for leaks and to ensure that excessive runoff is not
          occurring.
      • If re-claimed water is used for irrigation, ensure that there is no runoff from the landscaped
          area(s).
      • If bailing of muddy water is required (e.g. when repairing a water line leak), do not put it in
          the storm drain; pour over landscaped areas.




IC7 Landscape Maintenance                                                                                       1
        • Use popup sprinkler heads in areas with a lot of activity or where pipes may be broken.
          Consider the use of mechanisms that reduce water flow to broken sprinkler heads.
5. Properly store and dispose of chemicals.
      • Implement storage requirements for pesticide products with guidance from the local fire
          department and/or County Agricultural Commissioner.
      • Provide secondary containment for chemical storage.
      • Dispose of empty containers according to the instructions on the container label.
6. Properly manage pesticide and herbicide use.
      • Follow all federal, state, and local laws and regulations governing the use, storage, and
          disposal of pesticides and herbicides and training of applicators and pest control advisors.
      • Follow manufacturers’ recommendations and label directions.
      • Use pesticides only if there is an actual pest problem (not on a regular preventative
          schedule). When applicable use less toxic pesticides that will do the job. Avoid use of
          copper-based pesticides if possible. Use the minimum amount of chemicals needed for the
          job.
      • Do not apply pesticides if rain is expected or if wind speeds are above 5 mph.
      • Do not mix or prepare pesticides for application near storm drains. Prepare the minimum
          amount of pesticide needed for the job and use the lowest rate that will effectively control
          the targeted pest.
      • Whenever possible, use mechanical methods of vegetation removal rather than applying
          herbicides. Use hand weeding where practical.
      • Do not apply any chemicals directly to surface waters, unless the application is approved
          and permitted by the state. Do not spray pesticides within 100 feet of open waters.
      • Employ techniques to minimize off-target application (e.g. spray drift) of pesticides,
          including consideration of alternative application techniques.
      • Clean pavement and sidewalk if chemicals are spilled on these surfaces before applying
          irrigation water.
      • When conducting mechanical or manual weed control, avoid loosening the soil, which could
          lead to erosion.
7. Properly manage fertilizer use.
      • Follow all federal, state, and local laws and regulations governing the use, storage, and
          disposal of fertilizers.
      • Follow manufacturers’ recommendations and label directions.
      • Employ techniques to minimize off-target application (e.g. spray drift) of fertilizer, including
          consideration of alternative application techniques. Calibrate fertilizer distributors to avoid
          excessive application.
      • Periodically test soils for determining proper fertilizer use.
      • Fertilizers should be worked into the soil rather than dumped or broadcast onto the surface.
      • Clean pavement and sidewalk if chemicals are spilled on these surfaces before applying
          irrigation water.
      • Sweep pavement and sidewalk if fertilizer is spilled on these surfaces before applying
          irrigation water.
      • Use slow release fertilizers whenever possible to minimize leaching




IC7 Landscape Maintenance                                                                              2
8. Training
    1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and wastewater
       discharge requirements.
    2. Educate and train employees on the use of pesticides and pesticide application
       techniques. Only employees properly trained to use pesticides can apply them.
    3. Train and encourage employees to use integrated pest management techniques.
    4. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
       • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
           immediately begin cleaning up a spill.
       • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
           cleanup procedures.
       • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
    5. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
       refresher training.
    6. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

9. Incorporate the following integrated pest management techniques where appropriate:
       • Mulching can be used to prevent weeds where turf is absent.
       • Use species-specific traps (e.g. pheromone-based traps or colored sticky cards).
       • Sprinkle the ground surface with abrasive diatomaceous earth to prevent infestations by
          soft-bodied insects and slugs.
       • In cases where microscopic parasites, such as bacteria and fungi, are causing damage to
          plants, the affected plant material can be removed and disposed of (pruning equipment
          should be disinfected with bleach to prevent spreading the disease organism).
       • Small mammals and birds can be excluded using fences, netting, and tree trunk guards.
       • Promote beneficial organisms, such as bats, birds, green lacewings, ladybugs, praying
          mantis, ground beetles, parasitic nematodes, trichogramma wasps, seedhead weevils, and
          spiders that prey on detrimental pest species.

References
California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Industrial/Commercial Best Management
Practice Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.
King County Stormwater Pollution Control Manual. Best Management Practices for Businesses. King County
Surface Water Management. July 1995. On-line: http://dnr.metrokc.gov/wlr/dss/spcm.htm
Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington. Volume IV Source Control BMPs. Prepared by
Washington State Department of Ecology Water Quality Program. Publication No. 99-14. August 2001.
Water Quality Handbook for Nurseries. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service. Division of Agricultural
Sciences and Natural Resources. Oklahoma State University. E-951. September 1999.




IC7 Landscape Maintenance                                                                                3
IC8. NURSERIES AND GREENHOUSES
                                                             1.   Properly manage irrigation and runoff.
                                                             2.   Properly store and dispose of gardening wastes.
Pollution Prevention
                                                             3.   Properly store and dispose of chemicals.
                                                             4.   Properly manage pesticide and herbicide use.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times          5.   Properly manage fertilizer use.
for improving pollution control. Implementation of           6.   Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
pollution prevention measures may reduce or                       prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or         7.   Incorporate integrated pest management techniques
complicated procedures.                                           where appropriate.


The following pollution prevention principles apply to most industries:
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer, or recycled products.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of concern.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Properly manage irrigation and runoff.
      • Utilize intermittent (pulse) irrigation or drip irrigation so the infiltration rate of the soil is
          not exceeded.
      • Regularly inspect irrigation systems for leaks and to ensure that excessive runoff is not
          occurring.
      • Convert paved or bare soil areas to vegetation that will retard runoff (turf grasses or
          other comparable plant materials) wherever possible.
      • Group plants with similar water needs together to improve irrigation efficiency.
      • Establish plant buffer zones between production areas and ditches, creeks, ponds,
          lakes, or wetlands.
      • Install and use moisture sensors and automatic sprinklers for more accurate
          scheduling of irrigation.
2. Properly store and dispose of gardening wastes.
      • Dispose of grass clippings, leaves, sticks, or other collected vegetation as garbage at
          a permitted landfill or by composting.
      • Do not dispose of gardening wastes in streets, waterways, or storm drainage systems.
      • Place temporarily stockpiled material away from watercourses and storm drain inlets,
          and berm and/or cover.
3. Properly store and dispose of chemicals.
      • Implement storage requirements for pesticide products with guidance from the local
          fire department and/or County Agricultural Commissioner.
      • Provide secondary containment for chemical storage.
      • Dispose of empty containers according to the instructions on the container label.




IC8 Nurseries and Greenhouses                                                                                  1
4. Properly manage pesticide and herbicide use.
      • Follow all federal, state, and local laws and regulations governing the use, storage,
          and disposal of pesticides and herbicides and training of applicators and pest control
          advisors.
      • Follow manufacturers’ recommendations and label directions.
      • Use pesticides only if there is an actual pest problem (not on a regular preventative
          schedule). When applicable use less toxic pesticides that will do the job. Avoid use of
          copper-based pesticides if possible. Use the minimum amount of chemicals needed
          for the job.
      • Do not apply pesticides if rain is expected or if wind speeds are above 5 mph.
      • Do not mix or prepare pesticides for application near storm drains. Prepare the
          minimum amount of pesticide needed for the job and use the lowest rate that will
          effectively control the pest.
      • Do not mix, prepare, or spray pesticides within 100 feet of any well, stream, or pond.
      • Do not get rid of unused pesticides by washing them down drains.
      • Employ techniques to minimize off-target application (e.g. spray drift) of pesticides,
          including consideration of alternative application techniques.
      • Clean pavement and sidewalk if chemicals are spilled on these surfaces before
          applying irrigation water
      • Careful soil mixing and layering techniques using a topsoil mix or composted organic
          material can be used as an effective measure to reduce herbicide use and watering.
5. Properly manage fertilizer use.
      • Follow all federal, state, and local laws and regulations governing the use, storage,
          and disposal of fertilizers.
      • Follow manufacturers’ recommendations and label directions.
      • Employ techniques to minimize off-target application (e.g. spray drift) of fertilizer,
          including consideration of alternative application techniques. Calibrate fertilizer
          distributors to avoid excessive application.
      • Periodically test soils for determining proper fertilizer use.
      • Whenever feasible, spread out applications of controlled-release fertilizers and use
          split applications of soluble fertilizers over the growing season.
      • Work fertilizers into the soil rather than dumping or broadcasting them.
      • Sweep pavement and sidewalk if fertilizer is spilled on these surfaces before applying
          irrigation water.
      • Transition from the use of soluble fertilizers to controlled-release fertilizers. Use slow
          release fertilizers whenever possible to minimize leaching.
      • Reduce or eliminate routine leaching of crops.



6. Training

    1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
       wastewater discharge requirements.




IC8 Nurseries and Greenhouses                                                                    2
    2. Educate and train employees on the use of pesticides and pesticide application
       techniques.
    3. Train and encourage maintenance crews to use integrated pest management
       techniques.
    4. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
       • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
           immediately begin cleaning up a spill.
       • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
           cleanup procedures.
       • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
    5. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
       refresher training.
    6. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

7. Incorporate the following integrated pest management techniques where appropriate:
       • Use species-specific traps (e.g. pheromone-based traps or colored sticky cards).
       • Sprinkle the ground surface with abrasive diatomaceous earth to prevent infestations
          by soft-bodied insects and slugs.
       • In cases where microscopic parasites, such as bacteria and fungi, are causing
          damage to plants, the affected plant material can be removed and disposed of
          (pruning equipment should be disinfected with bleach to prevent spreading the disease
          organism).
       • Small mammals and birds can be excluded using fences, netting, and tree trunk
          guards.
       • Promote beneficial organisms, such as bats, birds, green lacewings, ladybugs, praying
          mantis, ground beetles, parasitic nematodes, trichogramma wasps, seedhead weevils,
          and spiders that prey on detrimental pest species.

References

California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Industrial/Commercial Best Management
Practice Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.

King County Stormwater Pollution Control Manual. Best Management Practices for Businesses. King
County Surface Water Management. July 1995. On-line: http://dnr.metrokc.gov/wlr/dss/spcm.htm

Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington. Volume IV Source Control BMPs. Prepared by
Washington State Department of Ecology Water Quality Program. Publication No. 99-14. August 2001.

Water Quality Handbook for Nurseries. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service. Division of Agricultural
Sciences and Natural Resources. Oklahoma State University. E-951. September 1999.




IC8 Nurseries and Greenhouses                                                                            3
IC9. OUTDOOR DRAINAGE FROM INDOOR
                                                             1.   Design operating areas to minimize stormwater exposure.
     AREAS
                                                             2.   Utilize dry cleanup methods such as sweeping for removal
                                                                  of litter and debris, or use of rags and absorbents for leaks
Pollution Prevention                                              and spills.
                                                             3.   Use secondary containment or protective barriers for
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times for           indoor liquid storage.
improving pollution control. Implementation of pollution     4.   Install a fire sprinkler containment system for hazardous
prevention measures may reduce or eliminate the need to           material storage.
implement other more costly or complicated procedures.       5.   Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
                                                                  prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.

The following pollution prevention principles apply to most
industries:
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer, or recycled products.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of concern.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Design operating areas to minimize stormwater exposure.
        • Construct a berm or intercept trench at doorways.
        • Install a collection system for pretreatment and sewer disposal under permit.
2. Utilize dry cleanup methods such as sweeping for removal of litter and debris, or use of rags
   and absorbents for leaks and spills. Properly dispose of collected wastes.
3. Use secondary containment or protective barriers for indoor liquid storage.
4. Install a fire sprinkler containment system for hazardous material storage.
5. Training

    1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and wastewater
       discharge requirements.
    2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
       • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to immediately
            begin cleaning up a spill.
       • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill cleanup
            procedures.
       • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
    3. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
       refresher training.
    4. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

References

California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Municipal Best Management Practice
Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.




IC9 Outdoor Drainage from Indoor Areas                                                                              1
IC10. OUTDOOR LOADING/UNLOADING OF                      1.   Properly design loading/unloading areas to prevent storm
      MATERIALS                                              water runon, runoff of spilled liquids, etc.
                                                        2.   Park vehicles and conduct loading/unloading only in
                                                             designated loading/unloading areas so that spills or leaks
Pollution Prevention                                         can be contained.
                                                        3.   Clean loading/unloading areas regularly to remove
                                                             potential sources of pollutants.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times     4.   Reduce exposure of materials to rain.
for improving pollution control. Implementation of      5.   Use drip pans underneath hose and pipe connections and
pollution prevention measures may reduce or                  other leak-prone spots during liquid transfer operations,
                                                             and when making and breaking connections.
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or    6.   Inspect equipment regularly.
complicated procedures.                                 7.   If possible, conduct loading and unloading in dry weather.
                                                        8.   Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
                                                             prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
The following pollution prevention principles apply to
most industries:
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer, or recycled products.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of concern.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Properly design loading/unloading areas to prevent storm water runon, runoff of spills,
    etc.
         • Grade and/or berm the area to prevent runon.
         • Position roof downspouts to direct stormwater away from the area.
         • Grade and/or berm the loading/unloading area to a drain that is connected to a dead-
             end.
         • The area where truck transfers take place should be paved. If the liquid is reactive
             with the asphalt, Portland cement should be used to pave the area.
         • Avoid placing loading/unloading areas near storm drains.
2. Park vehicles and conduct loading/unloading only in designated loading/unloading
    areas so that spills or leaks can be contained.
3. Clean loading/unloading areas regularly to remove potential sources of pollutants. This
    includes outside areas that are regularly covered by containers or other materials.
4. Reduce exposure of materials to rain.
         • Cover the loading/unloading areas.
         • If a cover is unfeasible, use overhangs, or seals or door skirts to enclose areas.
5. Use drip pans underneath hose and pipe connections and other leak-prone spots during
    liquid transfer operations, and when making and breaking connections.
6. Inspect equipment regularly
   • Designate a responsible party to check under delivery vehicles for leaking fluids, spilled
        materials, debris, or other foreign materials.
   • Check loading/unloading equipment regularly for leaks.
7. If possible, conduct loading and unloading in dry weather.


IC10 Outdoor Loading/Unloading of Materials                                                                  1
8. Training

    1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
       wastewater discharge requirements.
    2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
       • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
           immediately begin cleaning up a spill.
       • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
           cleanup procedures.
       • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
    3. Train employees on the proper techniques used during liquid transfers to avoid
       leaks and spills.
    4. Train forklift operators on the proper loading and unloading procedures.
    5. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
       refresher training.
    6. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

References

California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Industrial/Commercial Best Management
Practice Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.

Model Urban Runoff Program: A How-To Guide for Developing Urban Runoff Programs for Small
Municipalities. Prepared by City of Monterey, City of Santa Cruz, California Coastal Commission, Monterey
Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments, Woodward-Clyde, Central
Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. July 1998 (Revised February 2002 by the California Coastal
Commission).

Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington. Volume IV Source Control BMPs. Prepared by
Washington State Department of Ecology Water Quality Program. Publication No. 99-14. August 2001.




IC10 Outdoor Loading/Unloading of Materials                                                             2
IC11. OUTDOOR PROCESS EQUIPMENT
                                                         1.   Alter activities to prevent exposure of pollutants to
      OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE                              stormwater.
                                                         2.   Cover process equipment/area with a permanent roof.
Pollution Prevention                                     3.   Design process area to prevent stormwater runon.
                                                         4.   Design process area to contain spills.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times      5.   Inspect equipment regularly.
for improving pollution control. Implementation of       6.   Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
pollution prevention measures may reduce or                   prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or     7.   Eliminate or reduce amount of hazardous materials and
                                                              wastes.
complicated procedures.
                                                         8.   Recycle wastes whenever possible.

The following pollution prevention principles apply to
most industries:
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer, or recycled products.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of concern.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1.   Alter activities to prevent exposure of pollutants to stormwater.
        • Perform activities during dry periods.
        • Move activities indoors whenever possible.
2.   Cover process equipment/area with a permanent roof.
3.   Design process area to prevent stormwater runon.
        • Grade and/or berm the area to prevent runon.
        • Position roof downspouts to direct stormwater away from the area.
4.   Design process area to contain spills.
        • Place equipment on an impervious surface, or install a drip pan under potential leak
            points.
        • Construct a berm around the process equipment to contain spills.
        • Install drains connected to the public sewer or the facility’s process wastewater system
            within these contained areas. DO NOT discharge to a public sewer until contacting
            the local sewer authority to find out if pretreatment is required. If discharge to the
            sanitary sewer is not allowed, pump water to a tank and dispose of properly.
5.   Inspect equipment regularly.
        • Conduct regular and frequent inspection of equipment for leaks, malfunctions, staining
            on and around equipment, and other evidence of leaks.
        • Develop a standard methodology for reporting inspection results.
        • Develop a procedure for taking action on items in the report, responding to leaks,
            cleaning up spills, and completing repairs to prevent future leaks.



IC11 Outdoor Process Equipment                                                                             1
Operations and Maintenance
6. Training

     1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
        wastewater discharge requirements.
     2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
        • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
            immediately begin cleaning up a spill.
        • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
            cleanup procedures.
        • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
     3. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
        refresher training.
     4. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

7.   If possible, eliminate or reduce the amount of hazardous materials and waste by
     substituting non-hazardous or less hazardous material:
         • Use non-caustic detergents instead of caustic cleaning for parts cleaning.
         • Use a water-based cleaning service and have tank cleaned. Use detergent-based or
             water-based cleaning systems in place of organic solvent degreasers.
         • Replace chlorinated organic solvents with non-chlorinated solvents. Non-chlorinated
             solvents like kerosene or mineral spirits are less toxic and less expensive to dispose of
             properly. Check list of active ingredients to see whether it contains chlorinated
             solvents.
         • Choose cleaning agents that can be recycled.

8.   Recycled wastes whenever possible
       • Recycling is always preferable to disposal of unwanted materials.
       • Separate wastes for easier recycling. Keep hazardous and non-hazardous wastes
           separate, do not mix used oil and solvents, and keep chlorinated solvents separate
           from non-chlorinated solvents.
       • Label and track the recycling of waste material (e.g. used oil, spent solvents,
           batteries). Purchase recycled products to support the market for recycled materials.

References

California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Industrial/Commercial Best Management
Practice Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.

Model Urban Runoff Program: A How-To Guide for Developing Urban Runoff Programs for Small
Municipalities. Prepared by City of Monterey, City of Santa Cruz, California Coastal Commission, Monterey
Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments, Woodward-Clyde, Central
Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. July 1998 (Revised February 2002 by the California Coastal
Commission).




IC11 Outdoor Process Equipment                                                                          2
Operations and Maintenance
IC12. OUTDOOR STORAGE OF RAW MATERIALS,                           1.    Store materials indoors, if feasible.
      PRODUCTS, AND CONTAINERS                                    2.    Store materials on paved or impervious surfaces.
                                                                  3.    Protect materials stored outside from rainfall and wind
Pollution Prevention                                                    dispersal.
                                                                  4.    Protect materials stored outside from stormwater runon.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times for           5.    Minimize pooling of water.
improving pollution control. Implementation of pollution          6.    All materials stored outside should have a secondary
prevention measures may reduce or eliminate the need to                 containment system.
implement other more costly or complicated procedures.            7.    Properly store and handle chemical materials.
                                                                  8.    Keep outdoor storage containers in good condition.
The following pollution prevention principles apply to most       9.    Conduct regular inspections of storage areas.
industries:                                                       10.   If drums are stored in an area where unauthorized
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer, or                  persons may gain access secure them in such a manner
    recycled products.                                                  as to prevent accidental spillage, pilferage, or any
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of concern.                unauthorized use.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.                     11.       Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
                                                                        prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1.   Store materials indoors, if feasible.
2.   Store materials on paved or impervious surfaces.
3.   Protect materials stored outside from rainfall and wind dispersal.
          • Cover materials with a fixed roof or a temporary waterproof covering made of polyethylene,
               polypropylene, or hypalon.
          • Keep covers in place at all times when work is not occurring.
          • If areas are so large that they cannot feasibly be covered and contained, implement erosion
               control practices at the perimeter of the area and at any catch basins to prevent dispersion of
               the stockpiled material.
4.   Protect materials stored outside from stormwater runon. Construct a berm around the perimeter
     of the material storage area to prevent the runon of uncontaminated stormwater from adjacent areas
     as well as runoff of stormwater from the material.
5.   Minimize pooling of water. Slope paved areas to minimize the pooling of water on the site,
     particularly with materials that may leach pollutants into stormwater and/or groundwater, such as
     compost, logs, and wood chips. A minimum slope of 1.5 percent is recommended.
6.   All materials stored outside should have a secondary containment system.
          • Surround storage tanks with a berm or other secondary containment system.
          • Slope the area inside the berm to a drain.
          • Drain liquids to the sanitary sewer if available.
          • DO NOT discharge wash water to sanitary sewer until contacting the local sewer authority to
               find out if pretreatment is required. If discharge to the sanitary sewer is not allowed, pump
               water to a tank and dispose of properly.
7.   Properly store and handle chemical materials.
          • Designate a secure material storage area that is paved with Portland cement concrete, free of
               cracks and gaps, and impervious in order to contain leaks and spills.
          • Do not store chemicals, drums, or bagged materials directly on the ground. Place these items
               in secondary containers.

IC12 Outside Storage of Raw Materials,                                                                             1
Products, and Containers
          • Liquid materials should be stored in UL approved double walled tanks or surrounded by a
            curb or dike to provide the volume to contain 10 percent of the volume of all the containers or
            110 percent of the volume of the largest container, whichever is greater.
         • Keep chemicals in their original containers, if feasible, and keep them well labeled.
8. Keep outdoor storage containers in good condition.
         • Keep storage areas clean and dry.
         • Sweep and maintain routes to and from storage areas.
9. Conduct regular inspections of storage areas.
         • Check for external corrosion of material containers, structural failures, spills and overfills due
            to operator error, failure of piping system, etc.
         • Inspect tank foundations, connections, coatings, tank walls, and piping system.
         • Look for corrosion, leaks, cracks, scratches, and other physical damage that may weaken
            tanks or container systems.
10. If drums are stored in an area where unauthorized persons may gain access secure them in
    such a manner as to prevent accidental spillage, pilferage, or any unauthorized use.

11. Training
    1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and wastewater
       discharge requirements.
    2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
       • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to immediately
            begin cleaning up a spill.
       • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill cleanup
            procedures.
       • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
    3. Train forklift operators on the proper loading and unloading procedures.
    4. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
       refresher training.
    5. Use a training log or similar method to document training.


References

California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Industrial/Commercial Best Management
Practice Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.

Model Urban Runoff Program: A How-To Guide for Developing Urban Runoff Programs for Small
Municipalities. Prepared by City of Monterey, City of Santa Cruz, California Coastal Commission, Monterey
Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments, Woodward-Clyde, Central
Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. July 1998 (Revised February 2002 by the California Coastal
Commission).




IC12 Outside Storage of Raw Materials,                                                                      2
Products, and Containers
IC13. OVER WATER ACTIVITIES                             1.  Move maintenance and repair activities on-shore, if
                                                            feasible.
Pollution Prevention                                    2. Use ground cloths and/or secondary containment when
                                                            painting boats on land.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times     3. Shelter any blasting and spray painting activities.
for improving pollution control. Implementation of      4. Post signs to indicate proper use and disposal of residual
pollution prevention measures may reduce or                 paints, rags, used oil, and other engine fluids.
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or    5. Boats with inboard engines should have oil absorption
complicated procedures.                                     pads in bilge areas that are changed when no longer
                                                            useful or at least once a year.
                                                        6. Keep boat motors well-tuned to prevent fuel and lubricant
The following pollution prevention principles apply to      leaks.
most industries:                                        7. Recycle used motor oil, diesel oil, and other fluids and
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer,         parts whenever possible.
   or recycled products.                                8. Maintain a clean working environment.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of         9. Properly dispose of bilge water, ballast water, and
                                                            wastewater.
   concern.
                                                        10. Minimize impacts of cleaning products.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
                                                        11. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.             prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste
   flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices
1. Move maintenance and repair activities on-shore if feasible.
      • Perform paint and solvent mixing, fuel mixing, and similar handling of liquids on-shore,
           to avoid spillage directly to surface water bodies.
      • Limit over-water hull surface maintenance to sanding and minor painting. Major hull
           resurfacing should occur on land.
2. Use ground cloths and/or secondary containment when painting boats on land.
3. Shelter any blasting and spray painting activities.
      • Hang wind-blocking tarps to prevent blasting dust and overspray from escaping.
      • Do not conduct these activities when wind conditions are such that containment is
           rendered ineffective.
4. Post signs to indicate proper use and disposal of residual paints, rags, used oil, and
   other engine fluids.
5. Boats with inboard engines should have oil absorption pads in bilge areas that are
   changed when no longer useful or at least once a year.
6. Keep boat motors well-tuned to prevent fuel and lubricant leaks.
7. Recycle used motor oil, diesel oil, and other fluids and parts whenever possible.
8. Maintain a clean working environment.
      • Utilize dry cleaning methods (e.g. sweeping). If washing is unavoidable, collect wash
           water for treatment and/or proper disposal.
      • Vacuum loose paint chips and paint dust to prevent paint and other chemical
           substances from entering waters.




IC13 Over Water Activities                                                                                  1
         • Properly dispose of surface chips, used blasting sand, residual paints, and other
           materials. Use temporary storage containment that is not exposed to rain.
       • Sweep dry docks before flooding.
9. Properly dispose of bilge water, ballast water, and wastewater.
       • Collect bilge and ballast water that has an oily sheen for proper disposal.
       • Collect and properly dispose of wash water from washing painted boat hulls.
       • Pump bilge water into storage tanks on shore for analysis, treatment and proper
           disposal.
       • DO NOT discharge treated or untreated sewage from vessels to harbors.
       • Empty portable toilets into approved shore side waste handling facilities and MSDs
           should be discharged into approved pump out stations.
       • Use as fine a filter as is practical on the ballast water intake ports to eliminate as many
           organisms and as much particulate matter as possible.
       • Carry out physical or chemical sterilization or neutralization of ballast water in situ, and
           subsequent neutralization of the sterilant, if required, before discharge.
       • Dump estuarine or harbor ballast water at sea and take in fresh high salinity water to
           eliminate both pollutants and estuarine organisms.
10. Minimize impacts of cleaning products.
       • Clean parts without using solvents whenever possible.
       • Use nontoxic chemicals that do not harm humans or aquatic life.
       • Use phosphate-free and biodegradable detergents for hull washing.
       • Choose cleaning agents that can be recycled.

11. Training
    1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
       wastewater discharge requirements.
    2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
       • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
           immediately begin cleaning up a spill.
       • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
           cleanup procedures.
       • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
    3. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
       refresher training.
    4. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

References
Model Urban Runoff Program: A How-To Guide for Developing Urban Runoff Programs for Small
Municipalities. Prepared by City of Monterey, City of Santa Cruz, California Coastal Commission, Monterey
Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments, Woodward-Clyde, Central
Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. July 1998 (Revised February 2002 by the California Coastal
Commission).
Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington. Volume IV Source Control BMPs. Prepared by
Washington State Department of Ecology Water Quality Program. Publication No. 99-14. August 2001.



IC13 Over Water Activities                                                                              2
IC14. PAINTING, FINISHING, AND COATINGS OF
                                                        1.   Use drop/ground cloths.
     VEHICLES, BOATS, BUILDINGS, AND
                                                        2.   Shelter any blasting and spray painting activities.
     EQUIPMENT
                                                        3.   Maintain a clean working environment.
                                                        4.   Cover and seal nearby storm drain inlets.
Pollution Prevention                                    5.   Properly clean, store, and dispose of painting, finishing,
                                                             and coating materials.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times     6.   Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
for improving pollution control. Implementation of           prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
pollution prevention measures may reduce or
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or complicated procedures.

The following pollution prevention principles apply to most industries:
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer, or recycled products.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of concern.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Use drop/ground cloths.
      • Underneath outdoor painting, scraping, and sandblasting work.
      • Underneath outdoor mixing of paints, solvents, and tool cleaning.
2. Shelter any blasting and spray painting activities.
      • Hang wind-blocking tarps to prevent sand blasting dust and overspray from escaping.
      • Do not conduct these activities when wind conditions are such that containment is
           rendered ineffective.
      • Do not conduct these activities over open water.
3. Maintain a clean working environment.
      • Utilize dry cleaning methods (e.g. sweeping). If washing is unavoidable, collect wash
           water for treatment and/or proper disposal.
      • Vacuum loose paint chips and paint dust to prevent paint and other chemical
           substances from entering waters.
      • Properly dispose of surface chips, used blasting sand, residual paints, and other
           materials. Use temporary storage containment that is not exposed to rain.
4. Cover and seal nearby storm drain inlets.
      • Cover and seal nearby storm drain inlets with waterproof material, mesh, or other
           runoff control device.
      • Leave covers in place until job is complete.
      • Clean covers daily and remove any debris for proper disposal.
5. Properly clean, store, and dispose of painting, finishing, and coating materials.
      • Do not dispose of toxic substances or liquid wastes on the pavement, the ground, or
           toward a storm drain.


IC14 Painting, Finishing, and Coating of Vehicles,                                                             1
Boats, Buildings, and Equipment
         •    Cover materials left outdoors at the end of the workday with a temporary waterproof
              covering made of polyethylene, polypropylene or hypalon.
         •    Clean paint brushes and tools covered with water-based paints in sinks connected to
              sanitary sewers or in portable containers that can be poured into a sanitary sewer
              drain.
         •    Clean paint brushes and tools covered with non-water-based paints, finishes, or other
              materials such that used solvents (e.g., paint thinner, turpentine, etc.) can be collected
              for recycling or proper disposal.
         •    Recycle paint, paint thinner, solvents, and other recyclable materials whenever
              possible.

6. Training
   1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
       wastewater discharge requirements.
   2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
       • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
           immediately begin cleaning up a spill.
       • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
           cleanup procedures.
       • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
   3. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
       refresher training.
   4. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

References

California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Industrial/Commercial Best Management
Practice Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.

King County Stormwater Pollution Control Manual. Best Management Practices for Businesses. King
County Surface Water Management. July 1995. On-line: http://dnr.metrokc.gov/wlr/dss/spcm.htm

Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington. Volume IV Source Control BMPs. Prepared by
Washington State Department of Ecology Water Quality Program. Publication No. 99-14. August 2001.




IC14 Painting, Finishing, and Coating of Vehicles,                                                     2
Boats, Buildings, and Equipment
IC15. PARKING AND STORAGE AREA
                                                               1.  Conduct regular cleaning.
      MAINTENANCE
                                                               2.  Properly collect and dispose of wash water.
                                                               3.  Consider use of source treatment BMPs to treat runoff.
Pollution Prevention
                                                               4.  Keep the parking and storage areas clean and orderly.
                                                               5.  When cleaning heavy oily deposits:
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times for
improving pollution control. Implementation of pollution       6.  When conducting surface repair work:
prevention measures may reduce or eliminate the need to        7.  Conduct inspections on a regular basis.
implement other more costly or complicated procedures.         8.  Keep accurate maintenance logs to evaluate materials
                                                                   removed/stored and improvements made.
The following pollution prevention principles apply to most    9. Arrange rooftop drains to prevent drainage directly onto
                                                                   paved surfaces.
industries:
                                                               10. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer, or             prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
    recycled products.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of concern.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Conduct regular cleaning.
       • Sweeping or vacuuming the parking facility is encouraged over other methods.
       • Sweep all parking lots at least once before the onset of the wet season.
2. Properly collect and dispose of wash water.
       • Block the storm drain or contain runoff.
       • Wash water should be collected and pumped to the sanitary sewer or discharged to a pervious
           surface, do not allow wash water to enter storm drains. DO NOT discharge wash water to
           sanitary sewer until contacting the local sewer authority to find out if pretreatment is required.
       • Dispose of parking lot sweeping debris and dirt at a landfill.
3. Consider use of source treatment BMPs to treat runoff.
       • Allow sheet runoff to flow into biofilters (vegetated strip and swale) and/or infiltration devices.
       • Utilize sand filters or oleophilic collectors for oily waste in low quantities.
4. Keep the parking and storage areas clean and orderly.
       • Clean out and cover litter receptacles frequently to prevent spillage.
       • Remove debris in a timely fashion.
5. When cleaning heavy oily deposits:
       • If possible, clean oily spots with absorbent materials.
       • Do not allow discharges to the storm drain.
       • Appropriately dispose of spilled materials and absorbents.
6. When conducting surface repair work:
       • Pre-heat, transfer or load hot bituminous material away from storm drain inlets.
       • Conduct surface repair work during dry weather to prevent contamination from contacting
           stormwater runoff.
       • Cover and seal nearby storm drain inlets (with waterproof material or mesh) and manholes
           before applying seal coat, slurry seal, etc. Leave covers in place until job is complete and
           clean any debris for proper disposal.
       • To avoid runoff, use only as much water as necessary for dust control.


IC15 Parking-Storage Area Maintenance                                                                             1
         • Use drip pans or absorbent material to catch drips from paving equipment that is not in use.
           Dispose of collected material and absorbents properly.
7. Conduct inspections on a regular basis.
       • Designate personnel to conduct inspections of the parking facilities and stormwater
           conveyance systems associated with them.
       • Inspect cleaning equipment/sweepers for leaks on a regular basis.
8. Keep accurate maintenance logs to evaluate materials removed/stored and improvements made.
9. Arrange rooftop drains to prevent drainage directly onto paved surfaces.


10. Training

    1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and wastewater
         discharge requirements.
    2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
         •  Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to immediately
            begin cleaning up a spill.
       • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill cleanup
            procedures.
       • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
    3. Provide regular training to field employees and/or contractors regarding cleaning of paved
       areas and proper operation of equipment.
    4. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
       refresher training.
    5. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

References

California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Industrial/Commercial Best Management
Practice Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.

King County Stormwater Pollution Control Manual. Best Management Practices for Businesses. King
County Surface Water Management. July 1995. On-line: http://dnr.metrokc.gov/wlr/dss/spcm.htm

Model Urban Runoff Program: A How-To Guide for Developing Urban Runoff Programs for Small
Municipalities. Prepared by City of Monterey, City of Santa Cruz, California Coastal Commission, Monterey
Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments, Woodward-Clyde, Central
Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. July 1998 (Revised February 2002 by the California Coastal
Commission).

Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington. Volume IV Source Control BMPs. Prepared by
Washington State Department of Ecology Water Quality Program. Publication No. 99-14. August 2001.




IC15 Parking-Storage Area Maintenance                                                                    2
IC16. POOL AND FOUNTAIN CLEANING
                                                        1.   Prevent algae problems with regular cleaning, consistent
                                                             adequate chlorine levels, and well-maintained water
Pollution Prevention                                         filtration and circulation systems.
                                                        2.   Manage pH and water hardness to minimize corrosion of
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times          copper pipes.
for improving pollution control. Implementation of      3.   Discharge pool and fountain water properly.
pollution prevention measures may reduce or             4.   Properly clean and/or dispose of filters.
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or    5.   Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
                                                             prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
complicated procedures.

The following pollution prevention principles apply to most industries:
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer, or recycled products.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of concern.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Prevent algae problems with regular cleaning, consistent adequate chlorine levels, and
   well-maintained water filtration and circulation systems.
        • Do not use copper-based algaecides.
        • Control algae with chlorine or other alternatives, such as sodium bromide.
2. Manage pH and water hardness to minimize corrosion of copper pipes.
3. Discharge pool and fountain water properly. Consider hiring a professional pool-draining
   service to collect all pool water for off-site disposal. If this is not feasible, adhere to the
   following:
        • When draining pools or fountains never discharge water to a street or storm drain,
            discharge to the sanitary sewer if permitted to do so.
        • If draining a pool to the sanitary sewer, prevent backflow by maintaining an “air gap”
            between the discharge line and the sewer line (do not seal the connection between the
            hose and sewer line). Be sure to call the local sewer authority for guidance on flow
            rate restrictions, backflow prevention, and handling special cleaning waste (such as
            acid wash). Keep discharge flows to the low levels. Higher flow rates may be
            prohibited by local ordinance.
        • If water is dechlroinated with a neutralizing chemical or by allowing chlorine to
            dissipate for a few days (do not use the facility during this time), the water may be
            recycled/reused by draining it gradually onto a landscaped area. Water must be
            tested prior to discharge to ensure that chlorine is not present.
        • Provide drip pans or buckets beneath drain pipe connections to catch leaks. This will
            be especially pertinent if pool or spa water that has not been dechlorinated is pumped
            through piping to a discharge location.
4. Properly clean and/or dispose of filters.
        • Never clean a filter in the street or near a storm drain.


IC16 Pool and Fountain Cleaning                                                                              1
         •   Rinse cartridge filters onto a dirt area, and work filter residue into soil.
         •   Backwash diatomaceous earth filters onto dirt. Dispose of spent diatomaceous earth
             in the garbage. Diatomaceous earth cannot be discharged to surface waters, storm
             drainage systems, septic systems, or on the ground.
         •   If there is not a suitable dirt area, discharge filter backwash or rinsewater to the
             sanitary sewer if permitted to do so by the local sewering agency.

5. Training

    1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
       wastewater discharge requirements.
    2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
       • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
           immediately begin cleaning up a spill.
       • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
           cleanup procedures.
       • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
    3. Train maintenance personnel on the proper techniques for testing chlorine levels
       and applying neutralizing chemicals.
    4. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
       refresher training.
    5. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

References

King County Stormwater Pollution Control Manual. Best Management Practices for Businesses. 1995.
King County Surface Water Management. July. On-line: http://dnr.metrokc.gov/wlr/dss/spcm.htm

Los Angeles County Stormwater Quality. Public Agency Activities Model Program. On-line:
http://ladpw.org/wmd/npdes/public_TC.cfm

Model Urban Runoff Program: A How-To Guide for Developing Urban Runoff Programs for Small
Municipalities. Prepared by City of Monterey, City of Santa Cruz, California Coastal Commission, Monterey
Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments, Woodward-Clyde, Central
Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. July 1998 (Revised February 2002 by the California Coastal
Commission).

Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program. Maintenance Best Management Practices
for the Construction Industry. Brochures: Landscaping, Gardening, and Pool; Roadwork and Paving; and
Fresh Concrete and Mortar Application. June 2001.




IC16 Pool and Fountain Cleaning                                                                         2
IC17. SPILL PREVENTION AND CLEANUP
                                                       1.  Develop procedures to prevent/mitigate spills to storm
                                                           drain systems.
Pollution Prevention                                   2. Conduct routine cleaning, inspections, and maintenance.
                                                       3. Properly store and handle chemical materials.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times    4. Utilize secondary containment systems for liquid materials.
for improving pollution control. Implementation of     5. Protect materials stored outside from stormwater runon.
pollution prevention measures may reduce or            6. Secure drums stored in an area where unauthorized
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or       persons may gain access to prevent accidental spillage,
                                                           pilferage, or any unauthorized use.
complicated procedures.
                                                       7. Identify key spill response personnel.
                                                       8. Adopt the Orange County Hazardous Materials Area Plan
The following pollution prevention principles apply to     or an equivalent plan.
most industries:                                       9. Clean up leaks and spills immediately.
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer,    10. Report and track spills.
   or recycled products.                               11. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of            prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
   concern.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

Spill Prevention
1. Develop procedures to prevent/mitigate spills to storm drain systems.
   Standardize reporting procedures, containment, storage, and disposal activities,
   documentation, and follow-up procedures.
2. Conduct routine cleaning, inspections, and maintenance.
       • Sweep and clean storage areas consistently at a designated frequency (e.g. weekly,
          monthly). DO NOT hose down areas to storm drains.
       • Place drip pans or absorbent materials beneath all mounted taps, and at all potential
          drip and spill locations during filling and unloading of tanks. Reuse, recycle, or
          properly dispose of any collected liquids or soiled absorbent materials.
       • Check tanks (and any containment sumps) frequently for leaks and spills. Replace
          tanks that are leaking, corroded, or otherwise deteriorating with tanks in good
          condition. Collect all spilled liquids and properly dispose of them.
       • Check for external corrosion of material containers, structural failures, spills and
          overfills due to operator error, failure of piping system, etc.
       • Inspect tank foundations, connections, coatings, and tank walls and piping system.
3. Properly store and handle chemical materials.
       • Designate a secure material storage area that is paved with Portland cement concrete,
          free of cracks and gaps, and impervious in order to contain leaks and spills.
       • Do not store chemicals, drums, or bagged materials directly on the ground. Place
          these items in secondary containers.
       • Keep chemicals in their original containers, if feasible.


IC17 Spill Prevention and Control                                                                          1
         •  Keep containers well labeled according to their contents (e.g., solvent, gasoline).
         •  Label hazardous substances regarding the potential hazard (corrosive, radioactive,
            flammable, explosive, poisonous).
        • Prominently display required labels on transported hazardous and toxic materials (per
            US DOT regulations).
4. Utilize secondary containment systems for liquid materials.
        • Surround storage tanks with a berm or other secondary containment system.
        • Slope the area inside the berm to a drain.
        • Drain liquids to the sanitary sewer if available.
        • Pass accumulated stormwater in petroleum storage areas through an oil/water
            separator.
        • Use catch basin filtration inserts.
        • DO NOT discharge wash water to sanitary sewer until contacting the local sewer
            authority to find out if pretreatment is required.
        • If the liquid is oil, gas, or other material that separates from and floats on water, install
            a spill control device (such as a tee section) in the catch basins that collect runoff from
            the storage tank area.
5. Protect materials stored outside from stormwater runon. Construct a berm around the
   perimeter of the material storage area to prevent the runon of uncontaminated stormwater from
   adjacent areas as well as runoff of stormwater from the material.
6. Secure drums stored in an area where unauthorized persons may gain access to
   prevent accidental spillage, pilferage, or any unauthorized use.

Spill Control and Cleanup Activities
7. Identify key spill response personnel.
8. Adopt the Orange County Hazardous Materials Area Plan or an equivalent plan, which
   includes a set of planned responses to hazardous materials emergencies addressing
   chain-of-command, public agency participation, and allocation of authority. The plan
   should include such items as:
       • Description of the facility, owner and address, activities and chemicals present
       • Facility map
       • Notification and evacuation procedures
       • Cleanup instructions
       • Identification of responsible departments
9. Clean up leaks and spills immediately.
       • Place a stockpile of spill cleanup materials where they will be readily accessible (e.g.
           near storage and maintenance areas).
       • Utilize dry cleaning methods to clean up spills to minimize the use of water. Use a rag
           for small spills, a damp mop for general cleanup, and absorbent material for larger
           spills. If the spilled material is hazardous, then used cleanup materials are also
           hazardous and must be sent to a certified laundry (rags) or disposed of as hazardous
           waste. Physical methods for the cleanup of dry chemicals include the use brooms,
           shovels, sweepers, or plows.
       • Never hose down or bury dry material spills. Sweep up the material and dispose of
           properly.


IC17 Spill Prevention and Control                                                                     2
         •    Clean up chemical materials with absorbents, gels, and foams. Use adsorbent
              materials on small spills rather than hosing down the spill. Remove the adsorbent
              materials promptly and dispose of properly.
         •    For larger spills, a private spill cleanup company or Hazmat team may be necessary.

10. Reporting
    1. Report spills that pose an immediate threat to human health or the environment to
       local agencies, such as the fire department, and the Regional Water Quality Control
       Board.
    2. Establish a system for tracking incidents. The system should be designed to
       identify the following:
       • Types and quantities (in some cases) of wastes
       • Patterns in time of occurrence (time of day/night, month, or year)
       • Mode of dumping (abandoned containers, “midnight dumping” from moving vehicles,
           direct dumping of materials, accidents/spills)
       • Responsible parties
    3. Federal regulations require that any oil spill into a water body or onto an adjoining
       shoreline be reported to the National Response Center (NRC) at 800-424-8802 (24
       hour).

11. Training

    1. Educate employees about spill prevention and cleanup.
       • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
           immediately begin cleaning up a spill.
       • Educate employees on aboveground storage tank requirements.
       • Train all employees upon hiring and conduct annual refresher training.
    2. Train employees responsible for aboveground storage tanks and liquid transfers on
       the Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plan.

References
California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Industrial/Commercial Best Management
Practice Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.
Model Urban Runoff Program: A How-To Guide for Developing Urban Runoff Programs for Small
Municipalities. Prepared by City of Monterey, City of Santa Cruz, California Coastal Commission, Monterey
Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments, Woodward-Clyde, Central
Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. July 1998 (Revised February 2002 by the California Coastal
Commission).
Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington. Volume IV Source Control BMPs. Prepared by
Washington State Department of Ecology Water Quality Program. Publication No. 99-14. August 2001.




IC17 Spill Prevention and Control                                                                       3
IC18. VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT FUELING                     1.  Use properly maintained off-site fueling stations whenever
                                                            possible.
Pollution Prevention                                    2. Maintain clean fuel-dispensing areas.
                                                        3. Design fueling areas to minimize stormwater exposure.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times     4. Minimize pooling of water.
for improving pollution control. Implementation of      5. If conducting mobile fueling, designate mobile fueling
                                                            areas and bring equipment to these areas.
pollution prevention measures may reduce or
                                                        6. Utilize fueling safeguards.
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or
                                                        7. Conduct regular inspections of fueling equipment.
complicated procedures.
                                                        8. Use secondary containment when transferring fuel from
                                                            the tank truck to the fuel tank and cover storm drains in
The following pollution prevention principles apply to      the vicinity during transfer.
most industries:                                        9. Fit underground storage tanks (USTs) with spill
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer,         containment and overfill prevention systems meeting the
                                                            requirements of Section 2635(b) of Title 23 of the
   or recycled products.                                    California Code of Regulations.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of         10. Equip USTs with spill and overfill protection.
   concern.                                             11. Install required AQMD equipment and post a notice.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.               12. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.             prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste
   flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Use properly maintained off-site fueling stations whenever possible. These businesses
   are better equipped to handle fueling and spills.
2. Maintain clean fuel-dispensing areas.
       • Use dry cleanup methods such as sweeping for removal of litter and debris, or use of
           rags and absorbents for leaks and spills.
       • If cleaning by washing, place a temporary plug in the downstream drain and pump out
           the accumulated water. Properly dispose of the water. DO NOT discharge wash
           water to sanitary sewer until contacting the local sewer authority to find out if
           pretreatment is required.
3. Design fueling areas to minimize stormwater exposure.
       • Cover the fuel dispensing area such that the cover’s minimum dimensions are equal to
           or greater than the area within the grade break or fuel dispensing area. Position roof
           downspouts to direct water away from fueling areas.
       • Pave fuel area with Portland cement concrete or equivalent smooth impervious
           surface. Grade with a 2 to 4 percent slope to prevent ponding.
       • Use secondary containment. Construct a berm around the perimeter of the material
           storage area to prevent the runon of uncontaminated stormwater from adjacent areas
           as well as stormwater runoff.




IC18 Vehicle and equipment Fueling                                                                          1
4. Minimize pooling of water.
        • Use a perimeter drain or slope pavement inward with drainage to sump. A minimum
            slope of 1.5 percent is recommended.
        • Install inlet catch basin equipped with a small sedimentation basin or grit chamber to
            remove large particles from stormwater in impervious areas.
        • During the wet season, release accumulated stormwater frequently.
5. If conducting mobile fueling, designate mobile fueling areas and bring equipment to
   these areas.
        • Use secondary containment when conducting mobile fueling.
        • Cover storm drains in the vicinity during transfer.
6. Utilize fueling safeguards.
        • Use overflow protection devices on tank systems to warn the operator to automatically
            shutdown transfer pumps when the tank reaches full capacity.
        • Install protective guards around tanks and piping to prevent vehicle or forklift damage.
        • Clearly tag or label all valves to reduce human error.
        • Place spill kits at fueling areas and/or on vehicles.
        • Install vapor recovery nozzles to help control drips as well as air pollution.
        • Eliminate or post hose bibs.
7. Conduct regular inspections of fueling equipment.
        • Check fueling equipment for external corrosion and structural failure.
        • Check for spills and overfills due to operator error.
        • Check for failure of piping system.
        • Check for leaks or spills during pumping of liquids or gases from truck or rail car to a
            storage facility or visa versa.
        • Visually inspect new tank or container installation for loose fittings, poor welding,
            and/or improper or poorly fitting gaskets.
        • Inspect tank foundations, connections, leaks, cracks, scratches, and other physical
            damage that may weaken the tank or container system.
        • Report leaking vehicles to fleet maintenance.

8. Use secondary containment when transferring fuel from the tank truck to the fuel tank
    and cover storm drains in the vicinity during transfer.
9. Fit underground storage tanks (USTs) with spill containment and overfill prevention
    systems meeting the requirements of Section 2635(b) of Title 23 of the California Code
    of Regulations.
10. Equip USTs with spill and overfill protection.
11. Install required AQMD equipment and post a notice.
12. Training

    1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
       wastewater discharge requirements.
    2. Train employees on proper fueling and cleanup procedures.
    3. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
       • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
           immediately begin cleaning up a spill.



IC18 Vehicle and equipment Fueling                                                               2
         • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
           cleanup procedures.
       • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
    4. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
       refresher training.
    5. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

References

California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Industrial/Commercial Best Management
Practice Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.

King County Stormwater Pollution Control Manual. Best Management Practices for Businesses. King
County Surface Water Management. July 1995. On-line: http://dnr.metrokc.gov/wlr/dss/spcm.htm

Model Urban Runoff Program: A How-To Guide for Developing Urban Runoff Programs for Small
Municipalities. Prepared by City of Monterey, City of Santa Cruz, California Coastal Commission, Monterey
Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments, Woodward-Clyde, Central
Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. July 1998 (Revised February 2002 by the California Coastal
Commission).




IC18 Vehicle and equipment Fueling                                                                      3
IC19. VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE                        1.    Only conduct maintenance or repair work in designated
     AND REPAIR                                                      areas.
                                                               2.    Utilize dry cleanup methods such as sweeping try to avoid
Pollution Prevention                                                 washing down work areas.
                                                               3.    Use drip pans and/or containers where needed.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times for
                                                               4.    Inspect vehicles and equipment for leaks.
improving pollution control. Implementation of pollution
                                                               5.    Dispose of all waste products properly and recycle
prevention measures may reduce or eliminate the need to              whenever possible.
implement other more costly or complicated procedures.         6.    Paint signs near outdoor drains and post signs at sinks to
                                                                     remind employees and others not to pour wastes down
The following pollution prevention principles apply to most          drains.
industries:                                                    7.    Clean storm drain inlet(s) on a regular schedule and after
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer, or               large storms.
    recycled products.                                         8.    Store idle equipment under cover.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of concern.       9.    Keep equipment clean and free of excess oil and grease.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.                      10.   Completely drain oil filters before recycling/disposal.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.                11.   Remove all fluids from retired, wrecked, or salvaged
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.                  vehicles.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water           12.   Dispose of per instructions on the container.
    contact.                                                   13.   Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution                    prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
    prevention.                                                14.   Use non-toxic chemicals for maintenance when possible.
                                                               15.   Reduce or eliminate use of solvents when feasible.
Best Management Practices
1. Only conduct maintenance or repair work in
   designated areas.
        • Conduct maintenance and repair work in a designated area with spill containment.
        • Construct a berm or intercept trench at doorways to prevent the runon of uncontaminated
            stormwater from adjacent areas as well as stormwater runoff.
2. Utilize dry cleanup methods such as sweeping, try to avoid washing down work areas.
        • If work areas are washed and if discharge to the sanitary sewer is allowed, treat water with an
            appropriate treatment device (e.g. clarifier) before discharging. DO NOT discharge wash water to
            sanitary sewer until contacting the local sewer authority to find out if pretreatment is required.
        • If discharge to the sanitary sewer is not permitted, pump water to a tank and dispose of properly.
3. Use drip pans and/or containers where needed. Keep a drip pan or container under equipment or
   vehicles when unclipping hoses, unscrewing filters, or conducting other maintenance and repair work that
   may result in fluids dripping or splattering onto the shop floor or ground.
4. Inspect vehicles and equipment for leaks.
        • Inspect incoming vehicles and equipment for leaks.
        • Inspect vehicles and equipment during regular maintenance; keep records.
5. Dispose of all waste products properly and recycle whenever possible.
        • Promptly transfer waste materials to the proper waste or recycling drums.
        • Store waste and/or recycling drums in designated areas with spill containment.
        • Separate hazardous and non-hazardous wastes, do not mix used oil and solvents and keep
            chlorinated solvents separate from non-chlorinated solvents.
        • Store cracked batteries in a non-leaking secondary container and dispose of properly at recycling or
            household hazardous waste facilities.
        • Recycle greases, used oils, oil filters, antifreeze, cleaning solutions, batteries, and hydraulic and
            transmission fluids whenever possible.
        • Label and track the recycling of waste material (e.g. used oil, spent solvents, batteries). Purchase
            recycled products to support the market for recycled materials.


IC19 Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance and Repair                                                                 1
          •    Separate wastes for easier recycling. Keep hazardous and non-hazardous wastes separate, do not
               mix used oil and solvents, and keep chlorinated solvents separate from non-chlorinated solvents.
6.    Paint signs near outdoor drains and post signs at sinks to remind employees and others not to pour
      wastes down drains.
7.    Clean storm drain inlet(s) on a regular schedule and after large storms.
8.    Store idle equipment under cover.
9.    Keep equipment clean and free of excess oil and grease.
10.   Completely drain oil filters before recycling/disposal.
11.   Remove all fluids from retired, wrecked, or salvaged vehicles.
12.   Dispose of solvents per instructions on the container.
13.   Training
      1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and wastewater discharge
         requirements.
      2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
         • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to immediately
              begin cleaning up a spill.
         • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill cleanup
              procedures.
         • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
      3. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual refresher
         training.
      4. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

14. Use non-toxic chemicals for maintenance when possible.
        • Use non-caustic detergents instead of caustic cleaning for parts cleaning.
        • Use a water-based cleaning service and have tank cleaned. Use detergent-based or water-based
           cleaning systems in place of organic solvent degreasers.
        • Replace chlorinated organic solvents with non-chlorinated solvents. Non-chlorinated solvents like
           kerosene or mineral spirits are less toxic and less expensive to dispose of properly. Check list of
           active ingredients to see whether it contains chlorinated solvents.
        • Choose cleaning agents that can be recycled.
15. Reduce or eliminate use of solvents when feasible

References
California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Industrial/Commercial Best Management
Practice Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.

King County Stormwater Pollution Control Manual. Best Management Practices for Businesses. King County
Surface Water Management. July 1995. On-line: http://dnr.metrokc.gov/wlr/dss/spcm.htm

Model Urban Runoff Program: A How-To Guide for Developing Urban Runoff Programs for Small Municipalities.
Prepared by City of Monterey, City of Santa Cruz, California Coastal Commission, Monterey Bay National Marine
Sanctuary, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments, Woodward-Clyde, Central Coast Regional Water
Quality Control Board. July 1998 (Revised February 2002 by the California Coastal Commission).

Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington. Volume IV Source Control BMPs. Prepared by
Washington State Department of Ecology Water Quality Program. Publication No. 99-14. August 2001.




IC19 Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance and Repair                                                        2
IC20. VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT WASHING AND                 1.  Consider using off-site commercial washing and/or steam
     STEAM CLEANING                                         cleaning businesses, if feasible.
                                                        2. Use on-site commercial washing and/or steam cleaning
                                                            businesses capable of disposing of wastewater off-site.
Pollution Prevention                                    3. Designate an impervious indoor or outdoor area to be
                                                            used solely for vehicle and equipment washing/steam
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times         cleaning.
                                                        4. Clearly mark the vehicle and equipment washing/steam
for improving pollution control. Implementation of          cleaning area.
pollution prevention measures may reduce or             5. Design wash area to properly collect and dispose of wash
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or        water and/or effluent generated.
                                                        6. If the area is outdoors, cover the wash area when not in
complicated procedures.                                     use to prevent contact with rainwater.
                                                        7. Provide trash containers in wash area and empty on a
The following pollution prevention principles apply to      regular basis.
                                                        8. Use hoses with nozzles that automatically turn off when
most industries:                                            left unattended.
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer,     9. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
   or recycled products.                                    prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
                                                        10. Use biodegradable, phosphate-free detergents if possible
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of         11. Recycle waste materials, whenever possible
   concern.                                             12. When feasible, eliminate or reduce the amount of
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.                   hazardous materials and waste by substituting non-
                                                            hazardous or less hazardous material
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste
   flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Use off-site commercial washing and/or steam cleaning businesses. These businesses
   are better equipped to handle and properly dispose of the wash waters.
2. Use on-site commercial washing and/or steam cleaning businesses capable of
   disposing of wastewater off-site. Mobile cleaning businesses must use a leak proof cover
   device that will catch and contain all contaminated (i.e. chemical additives such as soaps,
   solvents, or degreasers are used) wastewater runoff for later disposal in a manner that
   complies with all city, county, state, and federal codes.

    If washing must occur on-site:

3. Designate an impervious indoor or outdoor area to be used solely for vehicle and
   equipment washing/steam cleaning. Do not conduct oil changes and other engine
   maintenance in the designated washing area.
4. Clearly mark the vehicle and equipment washing/steam cleaning area.
5. Design wash area to properly collect and dispose of wash water and/or effluent
   generated. This applies when engine cleaning is conducted and when chemical additives,
   solvents, or degreasers are used.
       • Install sumps or drain lines to collect wash water.
       • Construct a berm around the designated area and grade to collect wash water as well
           as to prevent storm water runon.



IC20 Vehicle and equipment Washing and Steam Cleaning                                                      1
        •    Use portable containment (such as ground cover devices) and vacuum collection of
             wastewater.
        •    Inspect and maintain equipment (such as ground cover devices) regularly to ensure
             proper and effective functioning.

    When engine cleaning is not involved, vehicle washing can be performed using deionized
    water, purified water, and/or tap water with no additives for wash and rinse purposes. This
    water may be discharged to the storm drain system provided there is no visible evidence of
    chemical contamination such as foams, odors, discoloration, etc.

6. If the area is outdoors, cover the wash area when not in use to prevent contact with
   rainwater.
7. Provide trash containers in wash area and empty on a regular basis.
8. Use hoses with nozzles that automatically turn off when left unattended.

9. Training

    1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
       wastewater discharge requirements.
    2. Train staff on the proper maintenance of the wash area.
    3. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
       • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
           immediately begin cleaning up a spill.
       • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
           cleanup procedures.
       • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
    4. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
       refresher training.
    5. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

10. Use biodegradable, phosphate-free detergents if possible.
11. Recycle waste materials, whenever possible
       • Recycling is always preferable to disposal of unwanted materials.
       • Separate wastes for easier recycling. Keep hazardous and non-hazardous wastes
            separate, do not mix used oil and solvents, and keep chlorinated solvents separate
            from non-chlorinated solvents.
       • Label and track the recycling of waste material (e.g. used oil, spent solvents,
            batteries).
       • Purchase recycled products to support the market for recycled materials.
12. When feasible, eliminate or reduce the amount of hazardous materials and waste by
    substituting non-hazardous or less hazardous material:
       • Use non-caustic detergents instead of caustic cleaning for parts cleaning.
       • Use a water-based cleaning service and have tank cleaned. Use detergent-based or
            water-based cleaning systems in place of organic solvent degreasers.
       • Replace chlorinated organic solvents with non-chlorinated solvents. Non-chlorinated
            solvents like kerosene or mineral spirits are less toxic and less expensive to dispose of


IC20 Vehicle and equipment Washing and Steam Cleaning                                                2
             properly. Check list of active ingredients to see whether it contains chlorinated
             solvents.
        •    Choose cleaning agents that can be recycled.


References

California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Industrial/Commercial Best Management
Practice Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.

King County Stormwater Pollution Control Manual. Best Management Practices for Businesses. King
County Surface Water Management. July 1995. On-line: http://dnr.metrokc.gov/wlr/dss/spcm.htm

Model Urban Runoff Program: A How-To Guide for Developing Urban Runoff Programs for Small
Municipalities. Prepared by City of Monterey, City of Santa Cruz, California Coastal Commission, Monterey
Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments, Woodward-Clyde, Central
Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. July 1998 (Revised February 2002 by the California Coastal
Commission).

Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington. Volume IV Source Control BMPs. Prepared by
Washington State Department of Ecology Water Quality Program. Publication No. 99-14. August 2001.

Orange County Stormwater Program. 2001. Mobile Detailing and the Water Quality Act. June.




IC20 Vehicle and equipment Washing and Steam Cleaning                                                   3
IC21. WASTE HANDLING AND DISPOSAL                       1.  Prevent waste materials from coming in direct contact with
                                                            wind or rain.
Pollution Prevention                                    2. Design waste handling and disposal area to prevent
                                                            stormwater runon.
                                                        3. Design waste handling and disposal area to contain spills.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times     4. Keep waste collection areas clean.
for improving pollution control. Implementation of      5. Secure solid waste containers when not in use.
                                                        6. Regularly inspect, repair, and/or replace waste containers.
pollution prevention measures may reduce or             7. Do not fill waste containers with washout water or any
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or        other liquid.
complicated procedures.                                 8. Use all of a product before disposing of the container.
                                                        9. Segregated wastes by type and label and date wastes.
                                                        10. Label and store hazardous wastes according to hazardous
The following pollution prevention principles apply to      waste regulations.
most industries:                                        11. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
                                                            prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer,     12. Minimize waste.
   or recycled products.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of
   concern.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Prevent waste materials from coming in direct contact with wind or rain.
      • Cover the waste management area with a permanent roof.
      • If this is not feasible, cover waste piles with temporary covering material such as
          reinforced tarpaulin, polyethylene, polyurethane, polypropylene, or hypalon.
      • Cover dumpsters to prevent rain from washing out waste materials.
2. Design waste handling and disposal area to prevent stormwater runon.
      • Enclose the waste handling and disposal area or build a berm around it.
      • Position roof downspouts to direct stormwater away from waste handling and disposal
          area.
3. Design waste handling and disposal area to contain spills.
      • Place dumpsters or other waste receptacles on an impervious surface.
      • Construct a berm around the area to contain spills.
      • Install drains connected to the public sewer or the facility’s process wastewater system
          within these contained areas. DO NOT discharge to a public sewer until contacting
          the local sewer authority to find out if pretreatment is required.
4. Keep waste collection areas clean.
      • When cleaning around waste handling and disposal areas use dry methods when
          possible (e.g. sweeping, use of absorbents).
      • If water must be used, collect water and discharge to the sewer if permitted to do so.
          DO NOT discharge to a public sewer until contacting the local sewer authority to find
          out if pretreatment is required. If discharge to the sanitary sewer is not allowed, pump
          water to a tank and dispose of properly.


IC21 Waste Handling and Disposal                                                                            1
5.  Secure solid waste containers when not in use.
6.  Regularly inspect, repair, and/or replace waste containers.
7.  Do not fill waste containers with washout water or any other liquid.
8.  Use all of a product before disposing of the container.
9.  Segregate wastes by type and label and date wastes.
       • Do not mix wastes; this can cause chemical reactions, make recycling impossible, and
            complicate disposal.
       • Ensure that only appropriate solid wastes are added to solid waste containers.
       • Certain wastes such as hazardous wastes, appliances, fluorescent lamps, pesticides,
            etc. may not be disposed of in solid waste containers.
10. Label and store hazardous wastes according to hazardous waste regulations.
       • Consult your local hazardous waste agency or Fire Department for details.
       • Obtain a hazardous waste generator license or permit.

11. Training

     1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
        wastewater discharge requirements.
     2. Train employees in proper waste handling and disposal.
     3. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
        • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
            immediately begin cleaning up a spill.
        • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
            cleanup procedures.
        • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
     4. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
        refresher training.
     5. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

12. Minimize waste.
       • Recycle materials whenever possible.
       • Modify processes or equipment to increase efficiency.
       • Identify and promote use of non-hazardous alternatives.
       • Reduction in the amount of waste generated can be accomplished using many
           different types of source controls such as:
                           Production planning and sequencing
                           Process or equipment modification
                           Raw material substitution or elimination
                           Loss prevention and housekeeping
                           Waste segregation and separation
                           Close loop recycling




IC21 Waste Handling and Disposal                                                                      2
          •     Establish a material tracking system to increase awareness about material usage.
                This may reduce spills and minimize contamination, thus reducing the amount of waste
                produced.

References

California Storm Water Best Management Practice Handbooks. Industrial/Commercial Best Management
Practice Handbook. Prepared by Camp Dresser& McKee, Larry Walker Associates, Uribe and Associates,
Resources Planning Associates for Stormwater Quality Task Force. March 1993.

Model Urban Runoff Program: A How-To Guide for Developing Urban Runoff Programs for Small
Municipalities. Prepared by City of Monterey, City of Santa Cruz, California Coastal Commission, Monterey
Bay National Marine Sanctuary, Association of Monterey Bay Area Governments, Woodward-Clyde, Central
Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board. July 1998 (Revised February 2002 by the California Coastal
Commission).

OPTIONAL:
   Reduction in the amount of waste generated can be accomplished using many different types of
   source controls such as:
      -       Production planning and sequencing
      -       Process or equipment modification
      -       Raw material substitution or elimination
      -       Loss prevention and housekeeping
      -       Waste segregation and separation
     - Close loop recycling
Establish a material tracking system to increase awareness about material usage. This may
reduce spills and minimize contamination, thus reducing the amount of waste produced.




IC21 Waste Handling and Disposal                                                                        3
IC22. EATING AND DRINKING
                                                        1.   Practice good housekeeping.
     ESTABLISHMENTS
                                                        2.   Clean equipment (floor mats, grease filters, grills, garbage
                                                             cans, etc.) indoors or in a covered outdoor wash area that
Pollution Prevention                                         is plumbed to the sanitary sewer or in an area that will
                                                             contain the wash water.
Consider pollution prevention measures at all times     3.   Recycle and/or properly dispose of grease and oil.
for improving pollution control. Implementation of      4.   Block the storm drain when hosing or steam/pressure
                                                             washing outside dumpster areas, sidewalks, and common
pollution prevention measures may reduce or                  areas with hot water, soap, or other cleaning agent.
eliminate the need to implement other more costly or    5.   If only tap water and no cleaning agents are used sweep
complicated procedures.                                      area, clean up spills, direct water to vegetative area or
                                                             collect and properly dispose of it contaminated.
                                                       6.    Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge
The following pollution prevention principles apply to       prohibitions, and wastewater discharge requirements.
most industries:
• Affirmative Procurement - Use alternative, safer,
   or recycled products.
• Redirect storm water flows away from areas of concern.
• Reduce use of water or use dry methods.
• Reduce storm water flow across facility site.
• Recycle and reuse waste products and waste flows.
• Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.
• Provide on-going employee training in pollution prevention.

Best Management Practices

1. Practice good housekeeping.
       • Conduct regular sweeping or vacuuming of outdoor areas: Dry sweep pavement
             areas including “drive-thru” areas, parking lots, sidewalks, outdoor eating areas and
             dumpster storage areas frequently.
       • Keep outside areas free of trash & debris.
       • Do not hose out dumpsters or fill them with liquid waste.
       • Regularly inspect, repair, and/or replace dumpsters.
2. Clean equipment (floor mats, grease filters, grills, garbage cans, etc.) indoors or in a
   covered outdoor wash area that is plumbed to the sanitary sewer.
       • Clean equipment in a mop sink if possible (never in a food preparation sink). If there is
             no mop sink, dedicate an indoor cleaning area where a drain is plumbed to the
             sanitary sewer.
       • Dispose mop water from cleaning floors in a mop sink, toilet or other drain that is
             plumbed to the sanitary sewer.
       • Do not pour wash water outside or into a street, gutter, or storm drain.
       • Dispose of all wastewater containing oil and grease in a grease trap or interceptor.
3. Recycle and/or properly dispose of grease and oil. Collect and dispose of concentrated
   waste oil and grease and disposed of by a certified waste grease hauler. NEVER pour grease
   or oil into a sink, floor drain, storm drain or dumpster.
4. Block storm drain(s) when cleaning (hosing or steam/pressure washing) outside
   dumpster areas, sidewalks, and common areas with hot water, soap, or other cleaning
   agent. Collect water/waste and discharge to the sanitary sewer (with approval of the local
   sanitation district).
5. If only cold tap water with no cleaning agents are used, then the following must be
   implemented:
        • Prior to washing clean and/or sweep all large debris from the area.
        • Clean any fluid spills with an appropriate dry method, such as kitty litter or other
            absorbent, and dispose of appropriately.
        • To the extent practicable, the wash water must be directed to vegetative or unpaved
            areas where it would soak into the ground.
        • If wash water appears contaminated (cloudy, colored, presence of suspended solids),
            additional BMPs such as diversion to the sanitary sewer (with approval) or filtration
            methods must be implemented.

6. Training

    1. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
       wastewater discharge requirements.
    2. Train employees on proper spill containment and cleanup.
       • Establish training that provides employees with the proper tools and knowledge to
           immediately begin cleaning up a spill.
       • Ensure that employees are familiar with the site’s spill control plan and/or proper spill
           cleanup procedures.
       • BMP IC17 discusses Spill Prevention and Control in detail.
    3. Establish a regular training schedule, train all new employees, and conduct annual
       refresher training.
    4. Use a training log or similar method to document training.

References

Carlsbad Jurisdictional Urban Runoff Management Plan. Best Management Practices for
Restaurants. City of Carlsbad. February 2002. On-line:
http://www.ci.carlsbad.ca.us/cserv/jurmp.html

Orange County Stormwater Program. 2001. Water Quality Guidelines for Exterior Restaurant
Cleaning Operations. Brochure. June.

Orange County Stormwater Program. Good Cleaning Practices Food & Restaurant Industry.
Poster. Courtesy of the City and County of LA.
                          AUTOMOBILE REPAIR AND
                          MAINTENANCE
                R-1

Automobile repair and maintenance activities have the potential to contribute directly to
storm drain systems primarily through spills or the dumping of waste fluids being
conveyed to the storm drain. Automotive fluids, such as oils, greases, and
solvents, are hydrocarbon based, and may contain metals, chlorinated
hydrocarbons, and other toxic compounds. Removal of caked dirt and
grime from an automobile increases the sediment load to the storm drain
system. Pollution prevention activities are used to prevent spills from
occurring in locations where runoff will carry the spill to the storm drain.
Source control activities are performed to remove spills from areas where
runoff may carry the spill to the storm drain.

Think before leaving anything in the storm drain. The ocean starts at your front door.


Designated BMPs
  • Recycle used oil and antifreeze by taking them to service stations and other
      recycling centers. Never pour oil in storm drains or areas draining to the storm
      drain.

   •   Perform automobile repair and maintenance under a covered area whenever
       possible. Do not perform repair and maintenance activities during periods of
       precipitation.

   •   Immediately clean up and contain any release of fluids. Dispose of all waste and
       adsorbent materials properly.

   •   Store hazardous materials and wastes (including, but not limited to, fluids,
       solvents, parts containing fluids, batteries) indoors, under cover, or in watertight
       containers.

   •   Perform automobile maintenance and repairs over impervious surfaces such as
       concrete, so spills and waste material can be readily cleaned up.

   •   Use drip pans, plastic sheeting, or equivalent to contain spills and prevent waste
       material from reaching storm drains.

   •   Dispose of cleaning solvents at the designated hazardous waste center.
                          AUTOMOBILE WASHING
                R-2

Automobile washing activities have the potential to contribute to storm drain pollutant
loads because road dust washed from vehicles may contain metals and hydrocarbons.
Any leaking fluids washed from the automobile may be carried to the storm drain by the
wash water. Detergents used for automobile washing may contain phosphorus and
foaming agents, which contribute to the eutrophication of receiving waterbodies.

Think before leaving anything in the storm drain. The ocean starts at your front door.

Designated BMPs
  • Vehicles should be washed over pervious surfaces such as lawns and gravel areas
      where feasible.

   •   Excess wash water containing detergents should not be dumped into the storm
       drain. Excess wash water should be disposed of into the sanitary sewer (i.e. via
       sink, or toilet) or onto a pervious surface allowing complete infiltration.

   •   Avoid the use of “hose off” engine degreasers.

   •   When possible, use commercial wash facilities maintaining proper BMPs and
       water recycling.

   •   Avoid acid-based wheel cleaners.

   •   Shake floor mats into trashcan or vacuum to clean. Do not shake over ground.

   •   Consider soaps, cleaners, or detergents labeled “non-toxic”, “phosphate free”, or
       “biodegradable”. Vegetable and citrus-based products are typically safest for the
       environment.

   •   Turn off water when not actively washing down automobile.

   •   Consider establishing neighborhood wash areas, where runoff is properly
       controlled and managed.

   •   Divert runoff from automobile washing to a grassy surface large enough to
       contain and allow complete infiltration.
                          AUTOMOBILE PARKING
                R-3

Parked automobiles may contribute pollutants to the storm drain because poorly
maintained vehicles may leak fluids containing hydrocarbons, metals, and other
constituents. In addition, heavily soiled automobiles may drop clods of dirt onto the
parking surface, contributing to the sediment load when runoff is present. During rain
events, or wash-down activities, the pollutants may be carried into the storm drain
system.

Think before leaving anything in the storm drain. The ocean starts at your front door.

Designated BMPs
  • Residents will be required to remove vehicles from the street during designated
      street sweeping/cleaning times.

   •   Residents are encouraged to place a pan or similar collection device under their
       automobile if it is leaking fluids, until such time as the leak may be repaired.

   •   Use dry cleaning methods to remove any materials deposited by vehicles (e.g.
       adsorbents for fluid leaks, sweeping for soil clod deposits).

   •   Residents are encouraged to perform routine maintenance on their automobiles to
       minimize fluid leaks, and maximize efficiency.

   •   To the extent practicable, limit vehicle parking to covered areas.
                    HOME AND GARDEN CARE
                R-4 ACTIVITIES


HOME CARE
Many hazardous materials may be used in and around residences during routine
maintenance activities (such as: oils, paints, cleaners, bleaches, pesticides, glues,
solvents, and other products). Improper or excessive use of these products can increase
the potential for pollutants to be transported to the storm drain by runoff.

Think before leaving anything in the storm drain. The ocean starts at your front door.

Designated BMPs
  • Painting equipment should not be cleaned in such a manner to allow runoff to
      reach the storm drain. Paint should not be allowed to enter the storm drain.

   •   Rinse off cement mixers and cement laden tools in a contained washout area that
       cannot flow to your lot drain. Dispose of dried waste concrete in household trash.

   •   If safe, contain, clean up, and properly dispose all household hazardous waste
       spills (see household hazardous waste factsheet). If an unsafe condition exists,
       residents should call 911 to activate the proper response team.

   •   Household hazardous materials must be stored indoors or under cover, and in
       closed and labeled containers.

   •   Household wash waters (e.g. washer machine effluent, mop water, etc.) may not
       be disposed of in a manner to allow them to reach the storm drain.

   •   Pool and spa water may be discharged to the storm drain if residual chlorine is
       less than 0.1 mg/L, the pH is between 6.5 and 8.5, and the water is free from any
       unusual coloration. (Call 714-834-6107 to obtain information on a pool drain
       permit).

   •   Pool filter media should not be allowed to enter the storm drain system.

   •   Securely cover trashcans.
GARDEN CARE
Garden activities may contribute to storm sewer pollutant loads via soil erosion, green
waste, fertilizer and pesticide use.

Plant and garden care activities such as landscape maintenance, fertilization, and
pesticide application have the potential to discharge significant quantities of pollutants to
the storm drain system. Nonvegetated surfaces may allow for significant erosion leading
to high sediment loading to the storm sewer. Other pollutants such as pesticides may
adsorb onto the soil particles and be carried via erosion to the storm sewer. Excess
fertilizer and pesticide pollutants from over application may be carried to the storm sewer
by dissolving in irrigation runoff water or rainwater. Green wastes contain organic
matter, are suspended solids entrained in runoff, and may have adsorbed fertilizers and
pesticides.

Excessive irrigation is often the most significant factor in home and garden care activities
contributing to storm sewer pollutant loads. Pollutants may dissolve in irrigation water
and carried to the storm sewer, or particles and materials coated with fertilizers and
pesticides may be suspended in the irrigation flow and carried to the storm sewer.

Designated BMPs
  • Irrigation systems must be properly adjusted to reflect seasonal water needs.

   •   Minimize the use of pesticides and fertilizers. Do not apply chemicals if it is
       windy or about to rain.

   •   Spills of gardening chemicals, fertilizes, or soils on non-porous surfaces must be
       properly cleaned up and disposed.

   •   Lawn and garden care products and machinery must be stored in closed labeled
       containers, in covered areas, or off-ground and under protective tarps.

   •   Household hazardous waste must be properly disposed. Hazardous material may
       not be disposed of in the trash, or on any surface hydraulically linked to the storm
       sewer.

   •   Avoid unnecessary pesticide use. Do not apply pesticides during windy or
       precipitation conditions.

   •   Encourage the use of integrated pest management (IPM). Planting pest repelling
       plants (e.g. Marigolds) around gardens to reduce the potential of pest invasion,
       hence reducing the need for pesticides. Pest eating insects (e.g. ladybugs) may be
       purchased and applied to gardens/landscaping to reduce the need for pesticides.
                          DISPOSAL OF PET WASTES
                R-5

Pet wastes left in the environment may introduce solids, bacteria, and nutrients to the
storm sewer during periods of runoff. The type and quantity of waste will dictate the
proper disposal method. Small quantities of waste are best disposed with regular trash
or flushed down a toilet. Large quantities of wastes from herbivore animals may be
composted for subsequent use or disposal to landfill. Pick up after your pet! It’s as easy
as 1-2-3. 1) Bring a bag. 2) Clean it up. 3) Dispose of it properly (toilet or trash).

Think before leaving anything in the storm drain. The ocean starts at your front door.

Designated BMPs
   •   Pet wastes should not be deposited in storm drains, or in a manner allowing
       pollutants in pet waste to be carried to the storm drain during periods of runoff.
       Pet waste should be disposed of in the regular trash, flushed down a toilet, or
       composted as type and quantities dictate.

   •   All pet wastes should be picked up and properly disposed regardless of whether
       it is deposited on pervious or impervious areas.

   •   Properly dispose of unused flea control products (shampoo, sprays, or collars).

   •   Manure produced by livestock in uncovered areas should be removed at least
       daily for composting, or storage in water-tight container prior to disposal. Never
       hose down to stream or storm drain. Composting or storage areas should be
       configured and maintained so as not to allow contact with runoff. Compost may
       be donated to greenhouses, nurseries, and botanical parks. Topsoil companies
       and composting centers may accept composted manure.

   •   Line waste pits or trenches with an impermeable layer, such as thick plastic
       sheeting.

   •   When possible, allow wash water to infiltrate into the ground, or collect in an
       area that is routed to the sanitary sewer.

   •   Confine livestock in fenced in areas except during exercise and grazing times.

   •   Restrict animal access to creeks and streams, preferably by fencing.

   •   Install gutters that will divert roof runoff away from livestock areas.
•   Require carrying bags, pooper-scooper, or equivalent to safely pick up pet wastes
    while walking with pets. Dispose of collected wastes properly in trash or into
    toilet.

•   Bathe pets indoors and use less toxic shampoos, when possible have pets
    professionally groomed.

•   Implement pet stations complete with plastic bags and waste receptacles.

•   Develop parks specifically designed to control the impacts of dog waste on
    receiving waters. This includes use of vegetated buffers, pooper-scooper
    stations, and the siting of parks out of drainageways, streams, and steep slopes.
                          DISPOSAL OF GREEN WASTES
                R-6

Green wastes entering the storm drain may clog the system creating flooding problems.
Green wastes washed into receiving waters create an oxygen demand as they are
decomposed, reducing the available oxygen for aquatic life. Pesticide and nutrient
residues may be carried to the receiving water with the green wastes.

Think before leaving anything in the storm drain. The ocean starts at your front door.

Designated BMPs
  • Prohibit the disposal of green wastes to the street, gutter, public right-of-way,
      storm drain, or receiving water.

   •   Implement a city wide green waste collection service as a department of the
       regular waste removal operations.
                           HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS
                       R-7 WASTE


                                     Household hazardous wastes (HHW) are defined as waste
 List of most common HHW             materials which are typically found in homes or similar
 products:
 Drain openers                       sources, which exhibit characteristics such as: corrosivity,
 Oven cleaners                       ignitability, reactivity, and/or toxicity, or are listed as
 Wood and metal cleaners and         hazardous materials by EPA.
 polishes
 Automotive oil and fuel additives
 Grease and rust solvents            Many types of waste can be recycled, recycling options for
 Carburetor and fuel injection       each waste type are limited. Recycling is always preferable
 cleaners                            to disposal of unwanted materials. All gasoline, antifreeze,
 Starter fluids
 Batteries                           waste oil, and lead-acid batteries can be recycled. Latex and
 Paint Thinners                      oil-based paint can be reused,
 Paint strippers and removers        as well as recycled. Materials      Reduce by purchasing only
 Adhesives                                                               the amount needed.
 Herbicides                          that cannot be reused or
                                                                         Reuse products when
 Pesticides                          recycled should either be           possible.
 Fungicides/wood preservatives       incinerated or disposed of at a
                                     properly permitted landfill.        1.1     RECYCLE LEFTOVER
                                                                              HOUSEHOLD
Think before leaving anything in the storm drain. The                         HAZARDOUS PRODUCTS
                                                                              THAT ARE
ocean starts at your front door.
                                                                              RECYCLABLE, AND

Designated BMPs
    •    Participate in the HHW collection program (municipalities are required to have a
         HHW element within their integrated waste management plan). Call (714) 834-
         6752 for the household hazardous waste center closest to your area.

    •    Never dispose of HHW in the storm drain or in areas that may
         drain to the storm drain.

    •    Use non-hazardous or less-hazardous products.

    •    Household hazardous materials must be stored indoors or under
         cover, and in closed and labeled containers.

    •    Educate public about hazardous materials in the home and commercial
         businesses and consequences of improper use and/or disposal

    •    Emergencies related to HHW should be reported to 911.

                       The California Integrated Waste Management Board has a Recycling Hotline, (800)
                       553-2962, that provides information and recycling locations for used oil.
                           WATER CONSERVATION
                 R-8

Excessive irrigation is often the most significant factor in home and garden care activities
contributing to storm sewer pollutant loads. Pollutants may dissolve in irrigation water
and carried to the storm sewer, or particles and materials coated with fertilizers and
pesticides may be suspended in the irrigation flow and carried to the storm sewer.

Hosing off outside areas to wash them down not only consumes large quantities of
water, but also transports any pollutants, sediments, and waste to the storm drain
system.

Think before leaving anything in the storm drain. The ocean starts at your front door.

Designated BMPs
   •   Irrigation systems must be properly adjusted to reflect seasonal water needs.

   •   Do not hose off outside surfaces to clean, sweep with a broom instead.

   •   Fix any leaking faucets and eliminate unnecessary water sources.

   •   Install anti-siphon valves to outdoor faucets.

   •   Use a bucket to re-soak sponges/rags while washing automobiles and other
       items outdoors. Use hose only for rinsing.

   •   As much as feasible, wash automobiles at a commercial car wash employing
       water recycling.
                          WALKWAYS AND DRIVEWAYS
                R-9

The cleaning of walkways and driveways have the potential to contribute directly to
storm drain systems primarily through the removal of spilled fluids such as oils, greases,
and solvents along with dirt and other sediments which increases the sediment load on the
storm drain system.

Think before letting anything but rainwater into the storm drains.


Designated BMPs


   A. Do not discharge wash water from cleaning or hosing of impervious surfaces to
      the storm water drainage system.

   B. Use dry methods (e.g. sweeping, backpack blowers, vacuuming) whenever
      practical to clean sidewalks and driveways rather than hosing, pressure washing,
      or steam cleaning. DO NOT sweep or blow material into curb gutters or street.
      Pick up and dispose into trash.

   C. To remove pet or wildlife feces, scoop, sweep or wipe it up and dispose in trash,
      sanitary sewer or compost pile. If still needed, direct any hose down water to
      landscaped areas, (BACT)

   D. Parking facilities should be swept/vacuumed on a regular basis.

   E. Use absorbents to pick up oil; then dry sweep.
                           POOLS AND FOUNTAINS
               R-10

Consider pollution prevention measures at all times for improving pollution control.
Implementation of pollution prevention measures may reduce or eliminate the need to
implement other more costly or complicated procedures. Pool and fountain maintenance
activities have the potential to contribute directly to the storm drain system. This is done
through draining these structures, along with spills of pool and fountain maintenance
chemicals, which are allowed to enter the storm water system.

Think before leaving anything but rainwater get into the storm drains. The ocean starts at
your front door.

The following pollution prevention principles apply to most industries:

•   Affirmative Procurement – Use alternative, safer, or recycled products.

•   Redirect storm water flows away from areas of concern.

•   Reduce storm water flow across facility site.

•   Move or cover potential pollution from storm water contact.


Designated BMPs


    A. Do not use copper-based algaecides. Control algae with chlorine or other
       alternatives, such as sodium bromide. Manage pH and water hardness to minimize
       corrosion of copper pipes.

    B. Discharge pool and fountain water properly. When draining fountains, never
       discharge water to a street or storm drain; discharge to the sanitary sewer or to the
       landscaping.

       1. When draining pools or fountains avoid discharging water to a street or storm
          draining, if feasible; discharge to the sanitary sewer if permitted to do so.

       2. If draining a pool to the sanitary sewer, prevent back flow by maintaining an
          “air gap” between the discharge line and the sewer line (do not seal the
          connection between the hose and sewer line). Be sure to call the local sewer
          authority for guidance on flow rate restrictions, back flow prevention, and
       handling special cleaning waste (such as acid wash). Keep discharge flows to
       the low levels. Higher flow rates may be prohibited by local ordinance.

   3. If water is de-chlorinated with a neutralizing chemical or by allowing chlorine
      to dissipate for a few days (do not use the facility during this time), the water
      may be recycled/reused by draining it gradually onto a landscaped area, or
      discharged to the street if gutters are swept clean beforehand from the
      discharge point to the storm drain inlet if practical. Water should be tested
      prior to discharge to ensure that chlorine is less than 0.1mg/l.

C. If discharging to landscaping, allow chlorine to dissipate for a few days and then
   recycle/reuse water by draining it gradually onto a landscaped area. Water must
   be tested prior to discharge to ensure that chlorine is not present (concentration
   must be less than 0.1ppm).

D. Properly clean and/or dispose of filters.

   1. Never clean a filter into the street or so that rinse water enters a storm drain.

   2. Rinse cartridge filters onto a dirt area, and work filter residue into soil.

   3. Dispose of spent diatomaceous earth in the garbage. Diatomaceous earth
      cannot be discharged to surface waters, storm drainage systems, septic
      systems, or on the ground. Backwash diatomaceous earth filters onto dirt.

   4. If there is not a suitable dirt area, discharge filter backwash or rinse-water to
      the sanitary sewer if permitted to do so by the local sewer agency.
   Exhibit A-9.III

Inspection Procedures

   Inspection Procedures
      Inspection Form
INSPECTION PROCEDURES
This attachment provides Permittees with a stepwise process for conducting industrial
inspections. Permittees should consult the Enforcement Consistency Guide for guidance on
enforcement (see Chapter 10 of the DAMP) at sites found to be in non-compliance. An
inspection form is also included.

1.0 PRE-INSPECTION PREPARATION

STEP 1: Establish purpose

The inspector needs to establish the purpose and scope of the inspection and to review all
pertinent background information. For an advisory inspection, the inspector must contact the
industry officials to schedule the inspection. The inspector may also request that relevant
documents be available for on-site review (e.g., SWPPP, site plans, spill response plan, etc).

STEP 2: File review

The inspector should review any existing Permittee files or information for the industry, which
may include past complaints, permits, monitoring data or submitted SWPPPs.

STEP 3: Database review

The inspector should also review the inventory database to identify the SIC code (for industrial
facilities) and determine what type of industrial activity and pollutants may be expected. The
inventory database will indicate if the facility has or should have filed a Notice of Intent (NOI) to
operate under the statewide General Industrial Permit. The database will also identify the
hydrologic unit and proximity to Clean Water Act (CWA) 303(d) water bodies, environmentally
sensitive areas (ESAs) or areas of special biological significance. This information should be
compared against the current information available in the inventory database in order to verify its
accuracy.

2.0 APPROACHING THE SITE

STEP 1: Observations

Before entering the facility grounds, the inspector should make note of the following:

           •   Nearby conveyances or water bodies;
           •   Visible discharge points along the perimeter of the site;
           •   Outdoor areas of intensive industrial activity; and
           •   Signs of recent additions or remodeling.
3.0 FACILITY INSPECTION

STEP 1: Entry

The inspector must present proper credentials and request to meet with the appropriate industry
officials to discuss the inspection scope and objectives. If the inspector is denied entry into the
facility, the inspector must withdraw from the premises and contact the City Attorney to
determine if court action should be sought to obtain entry.

STEP 2: Opening conference

After authorized entry, the inspector will discuss the inspection scope and objectives. The
inspector should attempt to verify and update the Permittee's inventory information, such as:

           •   Changes in ownership or operations
           •   Clarification of observations noted before entering the facility, (any changes in
               activities, materials, or physical structures should be reflected in the SWPPP)
           •   Review of the SWPPP, which should include these elements:
                   o Site map;
                   o List of industrial activities, types of pollutants, and existing non-structural
                        and structural BMPs to reduce these pollutants in storm water discharge;
                   o Pollution prevention methods;
                   o Description of type and location of non-storm water discharges, both
                        authorized and unauthorized; and
                   o Inventory of materials, including storage and loading/unloading areas.
           •   Review of any existing storm water monitoring data.

STEP 3: Outdoor walk-through

The inspector and responsible industry official(s) should walk through all outdoor areas and
observe activities, wherever it is safe to do so. Typical areas of activity that might impact storm
water quality include are outlined in the BMP fact sheets included in Attachment C.

The inspector should attempt to gain a clear understanding of how runoff leaves the facility site
by observing all portions of the storm water conveyance system and site grading, where possible
and safe. This includes inlets, outlets, open channel conveyances such as ditches, etc.

The inspector must document the observed conditions, including any BMPs being implemented,
and must assess the facility's impact on storm water quality from the outdoor activities. Impact
includes the facility's potential to discharge and the facility's actual discharge, which are further
described below.

STEP 4: Indoor walk-through

Review indoor activities and areas to ensure that pollutants are not spilled, dumped, or allowed
to flow outdoors. The inspector must document the observed conditions, including any BMPs
being implemented, and will assess the facility's impact on storm water quality from the indoor
activities.

STEP 5: Assess impact on storm water quality

The inspector should attempt to determine the facility's impact on storm water quality at two
levels: the facility's potential to/for discharge and the facility's actual discharge. The difference
between potential and actual is determined by whether BMPs are effectively applied. For
example, a facility that stores all of its machinery and heavy equipment outdoors or performs
certain activities outdoors has a high potential to impact storm water runoff. However, if
equipment is well maintained and covered when not in use, the level of pollutant exposure
should be minimized and the actual impact of the facility upon storm water runoff quality is
greatly reduced. The inspector should note three things on the inspection report:

       1) What is the facility's potential to impact storm water quality and non-storm water
       discharges from exposure to on-site pollutants? Identify areas or activities that require
       BMPs to be applied to reduce or eliminate potential pollutant discharges to storm drains.
       If BMPs are in place, determine what the impact would be if BMPs failed or were no
       longer applied.

       2) Are BMPs effectively applied so that exposure to pollutants is minimized and non-
       storm water discharges are eliminated? For each of the facility's areas of activity,
       observe whether BMPs are in place and effective. The inspector may encounter
       situations where BMPs are in place but are not effectively applied. The inspector will use
       their best professional judgment on the imminent impact of the facility and decide how
       much time to allow the owner/operator to correct the problem.

       3) What types of impact does the facility have on storm water quality? Clearly describe
       on the inspection report whether the impact is from: 1) pollutant exposure to runoff;
       and/or 2) non-storm water intentionally or accidentally discharged to storm drains.

STEP 6: Document inspection activities

As the inspector observes the outdoor and indoor activities at the facility, they should also take
notes and photos as appropriate. The inspector should document the locations and types of
BMPs that are currently being implemented and assess areas where BMPs should be
implemented in the future. The inspector may also collect samples of illicit discharges or storm
water from the facility as appropriate.

An inspection form has been provided for the Permittee’s use in documenting the above
information during a site inspection. Use of this form is suggested for all Permittees to maintain
consistency in inspection efforts; however, the form may need to be modified to address specific
Permittee needs.
STEP 7: Closing Conference

After the walk-through of the facility, the inspector should collect any missing or additional
information, including verifying the SIC codes. The inspector may review other documentation
to look for indications of discharge problems, such as monitoring data, the Hazardous Materials
Release Response Plan and Inventory, permits, manifests, logs and other records required of the
facility by local, state or federal laws in order to conduct operations or business on the premises.
The inspector should review the inspection findings and inform the facility officials of follow-up
procedures.

The Permittee may also provide educational materials, applicable BMP fact sheets, and any other
technical and regulatory information to assist facilities in attaining compliance.

4 RECORD KEEPING

The inspector will update the inventory and complete the inspection report upon return to the
office. The inspection report should contain at least the following sections:

           •   General information to update the inventory;
           •   Review of the SWPPP;
           •   Assessment of BMP implementation;
           •   Documentation of violations and time frame for correction; and
           •   Signature and confirmation.

Follow-up inspections will be done as needed to confirm BMP implementation and compliance.
                        CITY OF SAN CLEMENTE
                        Commercial/Industrial Inspection/Site Report Form
                                                                                                                              Site/File
                                                                                                                              Inspection Work Order (I)

□ First Inspection             □ Second Inspection                        □ New Facility               □ Response to Complaint                               □ Follow up

Facility Name:                    Site Address:.                                           Narrative SIC Description:
Contact Name:                     Phone:                     SIC:




Is the facility covered under any other permits? (Check all that apply)
□ Air Quality                            □ Hazmat business plan                  □ Underground storage tanks             □ Above ground storage tanks
□ Fire Dept. (Storage)                   □ Hazardous waste generator             □ Other

Is the facility covered under a storm water permit?      □ Does not need coverage          □ No, but may need to refer to Regional Board
          □ Individual NPDES                             □ General (filed NOI)             Does the facility have a SWPPP?                       □ Yes       □ No
Facility's WDID # :

                                                                  ACTIVITIES ASSESSMENT CHECKLIST
 ACTIVITIES -Check each activity present at the site and evaluate its potential for pollutant discharge
                                                                                                        APPLICABLE ACTIVITY                              EFFECTIVENESS
 (PPD): I = low potential, 2 = medium potential, 3 = high potential
                                                                                                        Yes    No       PPD                                 RATING*
 → Circled BMPs require your immediate attention - see back of this report.
 A. AIRPLANE MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR BMPs employed:                                                              [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1 2 3 4 5
 B. BUILDING MAINTENANCE BMPs employed:                                                                                                            1 2 3 4 5
 C. CONTAMINATED OR ERODIBLE SURFACE AREAS                                                                      [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1 2 3 4 5
     BMPs employed:
 D. OUTDOOR PROCESS EQUIPMENT OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE                                                        [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1 2 3 4 5
     BMPs employed:
 E. OUTDOOR LOADING/UNLOADING OF MATERIAL                                                                       [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1 2 3 4 5
     BMPs employed:
 F. CONCRETE AND ASPHALT PRODUCTION, APPLICATION, AND CUTTING                                                   [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1 2 3 4 5
     BMPs employed:
 G. OUTDOOR STORAGE OF RAW MATERIALS/PRODUCTS/CONTAINERS                                                        [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1 2 3 4 5
     BMPs employed:
 H. OUTDOOR DRAINAGE FROM INDOOR AREAS BMPs employed:                                                           [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1 2 3 4 5
 I. PAINTING, FINISHING, and COATING of VEHICLES, BOATS, BUILDINGS, and                                         [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1 2 3 4 5
    EQUIPMENT BMPs employed:
 J. LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE BMPs employed:                                                                        [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1     2    3     4   5
 K. OVER WATER ACTIVITIES BMPs employed:                                                                        [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1     2    3     4   5
 L. PARKING-STORAGE AREA MAINTENANCE BMPs employed:                                                             [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1     2    3     4   5
 M. VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT FUELING BMPs employed:                                                                [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1     2    3     4   5
 N. VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT WASHING/STEAM CLEANING                                                                [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1     2    3     4   5
     BMPs employed:
 O. SPILL PREVENTION AND CONTROL BMPs employed:                                                                 [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1 2 3 4 5
 P. WASTE HANDLING AND DISPOSAL BMPs employed:                                                                  [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1 2 3 4 5
 Q. VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR                                                                [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1 2 3 4 5
     BMPs employed:
 R. NURSERIES and GREENHOUSES BMPs employed:                                                                    [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1     2    3     4   5
 S. CARPET CLEANING BMPs employed:                                                                              [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1     2    3     4   5
 T. ANIMAL HANDLING AREAS BMPs employed:                                                                        [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1     2    3     4   5
 U. POOL and FOUNTAIN CLEANING BMPs employed:                                                                   [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1     2    3     4   5
 V. EATING and DRINKING ESTABLISHMENT BMPs employed:                                                            [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1     2    3     4   5
 M. OTHER (describe):                                                                                           [    ]       [    ]      [   ]     1     2    3     4   5
*1 No BMPs used and stormwater pollution likely               2 Some BMPs used but not effective                                 3 Some BMPs used and moderately effective
 4 Source control BMPs used and very effective/structural BMPs needed                                                            5 All necessary BMPs used and very effective

This report is furnished to the facility representative as a measure to evaluate the implemented BMP's at your facility to prevent storm water pollution. Your facility may be subject
to an enforcement action if the noted deficiencies are not corrected by:________to request reinspection to review the correction of deficiencies noted above. Please call (          )
by ________ between 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Storm water ordinances violated:…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
Facility Representative Signature: ____________________________________________________________________ Date: _________________________________________
Print name of Facility Representative:__________________________________________________________________ Inspector: _____________________________________
BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICE (BMP) CHECKLIST
The BMPs listed below arc required measures to control the discharge of pollutants to the stormwater drainage system for the activities assessed on the front of this form. Not all
BMPs may be applicable to your facility. You are encouraged to employ additional BMPs if they will control pollutants in an effective manner. If the Inspector has circled a BMP,
strong consideration should be given to employing this measure. BMPs indicated by an asterisk (*) may require permits or approval for construction and/or operation. Your
Inspector, can assist you In making this determination.
   A. Airplane Maintenance and Repair (Factsheet IC1)                                    F. Concrete and Asphalt Production, Application, and Cutting (Factsheet IC5)
   1. Only conduct maintenance or repair work in designated areas.                       1. Properly collect and dispose of process water.
   2. Utilize dry cleanup methods (i.e. sweeping), try to avoid washing down             2. Protect production, pouring, and cutting areas from stormwater runoff and
         work areas.                                                                          runon.
   3. Use drip pans and/or containers where needed.                                      3. Sweep the production, pouring, and cutting areas regularly to collect loose
   4. Inspect airplanes for leaks.                                                            materials.
   5. Dispose of all waste products properly and recycle whenever possible.              4. Pre-heat, transfer or load hot bituminous material away from storm drain inlets.
   6. Paint signs near outdoor drains and post signs at sinks to remind                  5. Use drip pans or absorbent material to catch drips from paving equipment,
         employees and others not to pour wastes down storm drains.                           including equipment that is not in use.
   7. Clean storm drain inlet(s) on a regular schedule and after large storms.           6. Cover and seal nearby storm drain inlets (with waterproof material or mesh)
   8. Store idle equipment under cover.                                                       and manholes before applying seal coat, slurry seal, etc.
   9. Keep equipment clean and free of excessive oil and grease.                         7. Conduct surface repair work during dry weather to prevent contamination from
   10. Completely drain oil filters before recycling/disposal.                                contacting stormwater runoff.
   11. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and            8. To avoid runoff, use only as much water as necessary for dust control.
         wastewater discharge requirements.                                              9. Do not allow concrete and concrete pumping vehicles to discharge concrete,
   12. Use non-toxic chemicals for maintenance when possible.                                 slurry, or rinse water into gutters, storm drains, or drainage ditches.
   13. Minimize the use of solvents.                                                     10. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
                                                                                              wastewater discharge requirements.
   B. Building Maintenance (Factsheet IC3)                                               G. Outside Storage of Raw Materials, Products, and Containers (Factsheet IC12)
   1. Properly collect and dispose of water when pressure washing buildings,             1. Store materials indoors, if feasible.
        rooftops, and other large objects.                                               2. Store materials on paved or impervious surfaces.
   2. Properly prepare work area before conducting building maintenance.                 3. Protect materials stored outside from rainfall and wind dispersal.
   3. Properly clean and dispose of equipment and wastes used and generated              4. Protect materials stored outside from stormwater runon.
        during building maintenance.                                                     5. Minimize pooling of water.
   4. Employ soil erosion and stabilization techniques when exposing large               6. All materials stored outside should have a secondary containment system.
        areas of soil.                                                                   7. Properly store and handle chemical materials.
   5. Store toxic material under cover when not in use and during precipitation          8. Keep outdoor storage containers in good condition.
        events.                                                                          9. Conduct regular inspections of storage areas.
   6. Properly dispose of fluids from air conditioning, cooling tower, and               10. If drums are stored in an area where unauthorized persons may gain access
        condensate drains.                                                                    secure them in such a manner as to prevent accidental spillage, pilferage, or
   7. Regularly inspect air emission control equipment under AQMD permit.                     any unauthorized use.
   8. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and             11. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
        wastewater discharge requirements.                                                    wastewater discharge requirements.
   9. Switch to non-toxic chemicals for maintenance when possible.
   C. Contaminated or Erodible Surface Areas (Factsheet 6)                               H. Outdoor Drainage from Indoor Areas (Factsheet IC9)
   1. Protect contaminated or erodible surface areas from rainfall and wind              1. Design operating areas to minimize stormwater exposure.
        dispersal.                                                                       2. Utilize dry cleanup methods such as sweeping for removal of litter and debris,
   2. Protect materials from stormwater runoff and runon.                                      or use of rags and absorbents for leaks and spills.
   3. Minimize pooling of water.                                                         3. Use secondary containment or protective barriers for indoor liquid storage.
   4. Conduct routine maintenance.                                                       4. Install a fire sprinkler containment system for hazardous material storage.
   5. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and             5. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
        wastewater discharge requirements.                                                     wastewater discharge requirements.
   D. Outdoor Process Equipment Operations and Maintenance (Factsheet IC11)              I. Painting, Finishing, and Coatings of Vehicles, Boats, Buildings, and Equipment
   1. Alter activities to prevent exposure of pollutants to stormwater.                  (Factsheet IC14)
   2. Cover process equipment/area with a permanent roof.                                1. Use drop/ground cloths.
   3. Design process area to prevent stormwater runon.                                   2. Shelter any blasting and spray painting activities.
   4. Design process area to contain spills.                                             3. Maintain a clean working environment.
   5. Inspect equipment regularly.                                                       4. Cover and seal nearby storm drain inlets.
   6. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and             5. Properly clean, store, and dispose of painting, finishing, and coating materials.
        wastewater discharge requirements.                                               6. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
   7. Eliminate or reduce amount of hazardous materials and wastes                             wastewater discharge requirements.
   8. Recycle wastes whenever possible
   E. Outdoor Loading/Unloading of Materials (Factsheet IC10)                            J. Landscape Maintenance (Factsheet IC7)
   1. Properly design loading/unloading areas to prevent storm water runon,              1. Take steps to reduce landscape maintenance requirements.
        runoff of spilled liquids, etc.                                                  2. Properly store and dispose of gardening wastes.
   2. Park vehicles and conduct loading/unloading only in designated                     3. Use mulch or other erosion control measures on exposed soils.
        loading/unloading areas so that spills or leaks can be contained.                4. Properly manage irrigation and runoff.
   3. Clean loading/unloading areas regularly to remove potential sources of             5. Properly store and dispose of chemicals.
        pollutants.                                                                      6. Properly manage pesticide and herbicide use.
   4. Reduce exposure of materials to rain.                                              7. Properly manage fertilizer use.
   5. Use drip pans underneath hose and pipe connections and other leak-prone            8. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
        spots during liquid transfer operations, and when making and breaking                 wastewater discharge requirements.
     connections.                                                                 9.   Incorporate integrated pest management techniques where appropriate.
6.   Inspect equipment regularly.
7.   If possible, conduct loading and unloading in dry weather.
8.   Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
     wastewater discharge requirements.
K. Over Water Activities (Factsheet IC13)                                         O. Spill Prevention and Control (Factsheet IC17)
1. Move maintenance and repair activities on-shore, if feasible.                  1. Develop procedures to prevent/mitigate spills to storm drain systems.
2. Use ground cloths and/or secondary containment when painting boats on          2. Post “No Dumping” signs with a phone number for reporting illegal dumping
     land.                                                                             and disposal.
3. Shelter any blasting and spray painting activities.                            3. Conduct routine cleaning, inspections, and maintenance.
4. Post signs to indicate proper use and disposal of residual paints, rags,       4. Properly store and handle chemical materials.
     used oil, and other engine fluids.                                           5. Utilize secondary containment systems for liquid materials.
5. Boats with inboard engines should have oil absorption pads in bilge areas      6. Protect materials stored outside from stormwater runon.
     that are changed when no longer useful or at least once a year.              7. Secure drums stored in an area where unauthorized persons may gain access
6. Keep boat motors well-tuned to prevent fuel and lubricant leaks.                    to prevent accidental spillage, pilferage, or any unauthorized use.
7. Recycle used motor oil, diesel oil, and other fluids and parts whenever        8. Identify key spill response personnel.
     possible.                                                                    9. Adopt the Orange County Hazardous Materials Area Plan or an equivalent
8. Maintain a clean working environment.                                               plan.
9. Properly dispose of bilge water, ballast water, and wastewater.                10. Clean up leaks and spills immediately.
10. Minimize impacts of cleaning products.                                        11. Report and track spills.
11. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and        12. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
     wastewater discharge requirements.                                                wastewater discharge requirements.
L. Parking-Storage Area Maintenance (Factsheet IC15)                              P. Waste Handling and Disposal
1. Conduct regular cleaning.                                                      1. Prevent waste materials from coming in direct contact with wind or rain.
2. Properly collect and dispose of wash water.                                    2. Design waste handling and disposal area to prevent stormwater runon.
3. Consider use of source treatment BMPs to treat runoff.                         3. Design waste handling and disposal area to contain spills.
4. Keep the parking and storage areas clean and orderly.                          4. Keep waste collection areas clean.
5. When cleaning heavy oily deposits:                                             5. Secure solid waste containers when not in use.
6. When conducting surface repair work:                                           6. Regularly inspect, repair, and/or replace waste containers.
7. Conduct inspections on a regular basis.                                        7. Do not fill waste containers with washout water or any other liquid.
8. Keep accurate maintenance logs to evaluate materials removed/stored and        8. Use all of a product before disposing of the container.
     improvements made.                                                           9. Segregated wastes by type and label and date wastes.
9. Arrange rooftop drains to prevent drainage directly onto paved surfaces.       10. Label and store hazardous wastes according to hazardous waste regulations.
10. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and        11. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
     wastewater discharge requirements.                                                wastewater discharge requirements.
                                                                                  12. Minimize waste.
M. Vehicle and Equipment Fueling (Factsheet IC18)                                 Q. Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance and Repair (Factsheet IC19)
1. Use properly maintained off-site fueling stations whenever possible.           1. Only conduct maintenance or repair work in designated areas.
2. Maintain clean fuel-dispensing areas.                                          2. Utilize dry cleanup methods such as sweeping try to avoid washing down work
3. Design fueling areas to minimize stormwater exposure.                               areas.
4. Minimize pooling of water.                                                     3. Use drip pans and/or containers where needed.
5. If conducting mobile fueling, designate mobile fueling areas and bring         4. Inspect vehicles and equipment for leaks.
     equipment to these areas.                                                    5. Dispose of all waste products properly and recycle whenever possible.
6. Utilize fueling safeguards.                                                    6. Paint signs near outdoor drains and post signs at sinks to remind employees
7. Conduct regular inspections of fueling equipment.                                   and others not to pour wastes down drains.
8. Use secondary containment when transferring fuel from the tank truck to        7. Clean storm drain inlet(s) on a regular schedule and after large storms.
     the fuel tank and cover storm drains in the vicinity during transfer.        8. Store idle equipment under cover.
9. Fit underground storage tanks (USTs) with spill containment and overfill       9. Keep equipment clean and free of excess oil and grease.
     prevention systems meeting the requirements of Section 2635(b) of Title 23   10. Completely drain oil filters before recycling/disposal.
     of the California Code of Regulations.                                       11. Remove all fluids from retired, wrecked, or salvaged vehicles.
10. Equip USTs with spill and overfill protection.                                12. Dispose of per instructions on the container.
11. Install required AQMD equipment and post a notice.                            13. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
12. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and             wastewater discharge requirements.
     wastewater discharge requirements.                                           14. Use non-toxic chemicals for maintenance when possible.
                                                                                  15. Reduce or eliminate use of solvents when feasible.
N. Vehicle and equipment Washing and Steam Cleaning (Factsheet IC20)              R. Nurseries and Greenhouses (Factsheet IC8)
1. Consider using off-site commercial washing and/or steam cleaning               1. Properly manage irrigation and runoff.
     businesses, if feasible.                                                     2. Properly store and dispose of gardening wastes.
2. Use on-site commercial washing and/or steam cleaning businesses                3. Properly store and dispose of chemicals.
     capable of disposing of wastewater off-site.                                 4. Properly manage pesticide and herbicide use.
3. Designate an impervious indoor or outdoor area to be used solely for           5. Properly manage fertilizer use.
     vehicle and equipment washing/steam cleaning.                                6. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
4. Clearly mark the vehicle and equipment washing/steam cleaning area.                 wastewater discharge requirements.
5. Design wash area to properly collect and dispose of wash water and/or          7. Incorporate integrated pest management techniques where appropriate.
     effluent generated.
6. If the area is outdoors, cover the wash area when not in use to prevent
     contact with rainwater.
7.  Provide trash containers in wash area and empty on a regular basis.
8.  Use hoses with nozzles that automatically turn off when left unattended.
9.  Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
    wastewater discharge requirements.
10. Use biodegradable, phosphate-free detergents if possible.
11. Recycle waste materials, whenever possible.
12. When feasible, eliminate or reduce the amount of hazardous materials and
    waste by substituting non-hazardous or less hazardous material.
BUSINESS RELATED BMPS

S. Carpet Cleaning (Factsheet IC4)                                                   U. Pool and Fountain Cleaning (Factsheet IC16)
1. Discharge wash water to sink, toilet, or other drain connected to the             1. Prevent algae problems with regular cleaning, consistent adequate chlorine
     sanitary sewer system.                                                               levels, and well-maintained water filtration and circulation systems.
                                                                                     2. Manage pH and water hardness to minimize corrosion of copper pipes.
                                                                                     3. Discharge pool and fountain water properly.
                                                                                     4. Properly clean and/or dispose of filters.
                                                                                     5. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
                                                                                          wastewater discharge requirements.
T. Animal Handling Areas (Factsheet IC2)                                             V. Eating and Drinking Establishments (Factsheet IC22)
1. Use dry cleaning methods to clean animal handling areas regularly.                1. Practice good housekeeping.
2. Properly collect and dispose of water when water is used for cleaning.            2. Clean equipment (floor mats, grease filters, grills, garbage cans, etc.) indoors
3. Keep animals in paved and covered areas, if feasible.                                  or in a covered outdoor wash area that is plumbed to the sanitary sewer or in
4. If keeping animals in covered areas is not feasible, cover the ground with             an area that will contain the wash water.
     vegetation or some other type of ground cover such as mulch.                    3. Recycle and/or properly dispose of grease and oil.
5. Prevent animals from moving away from controlled areas where BMPs are             4. Block the storm drain when hosing or steam/pressure washing outside
     in use (e.g. fencing, leashing, etc.).Clean storm drain inlet(s) on a regular        dumpster areas, sidewalks, and common areas with hot water, soap, or other
     schedule and after large storms.                                                     cleaning agent.
6. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and            5. If only tap water and no cleaning agents are used sweep area, clean up spills,
     wastewater discharge requirements.                                                   direct water to vegetative area or collect and properly dispose of it
                                                                                          contaminated.
                                                                                     6. Train employees on these BMPs, storm water discharge prohibitions, and
                                                                                          wastewater discharge requirements.
                      Exhibit A-9.IV

          Industrial Monitoring Program
   NOTE: This document is preliminary, as the model industrial

monitoring program is currently under development by the County of

                   Orange [Prinicpal Permittee].
1.0 Industrial Monitoring Program

1.1 Introduction
The basic approach to be followed for the monitoring program is to ensure compliance with
guidelines developed based upon requirements laid out in the Monitoring and Reporting
Program No. R9-2002-0001, NPDES No. CAS0108740 (San Diego NPDES permit), issued by the
San Diego Regional Water Quality Control Board (Section F.3.b(5)), and guidelines for
industrial monitoring described in the Water Discharge Requirements for Discharges of Storm
Water Associated with Industrial Activities Excluding Construction Activities (State General
Permit).

Monitoring guidelines take the form of quantitative (i.e., sample collection and laboratory
analysis) assessments associated with wet season runoff. The guidelines laid out in this
document are not intended to supersede monitoring or visual observation requirements for
facilities specified in other applicable permits (for example, a facility subject to requirements of
a State General Permit).

This document is organized to provide step-by-step guidance to facilities that must conduct
monitoring. Figure 1 outlines each implementation step and references it to the relevant section
of this appendix.

1.1.1 Who needs to monitor?
The industrial monitoring program is a generic program designed to be implemented by
appropriate Federal, State, municipally-owned, and private industrial facilities that fall under
the requirements of the San Diego NPDES permit. All industrial facilities are encouraged by
Copermittees to self-monitor and report for any negative impacts upon receiving water quality.
However, not all industrial facilities are required to implement a monitoring and inspection
program. Only facilities designated by Copermittees as posing “high threats” to water quality
as required under Section F.3.b.(3) of the San Diego NPDES permit must implement the full
provisions of the monitoring program. At a minimum, high priority industrial sites include:

•   Facilities subject to the statewide General Permit (excluding those receiving No Exposure
    Certification as discussed below)
•   Facilities subject to section 313 of Title III of the Superfund Amendments and
    Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA)
•   Facilities tributary to a Clean Water Action section 303(d) impaired water body where the
    facility generates pollutants for which the water body is listed as impaired
•   Facilities within or directly adjacent to or discharging directly to receiving waters within
    environmentally sensitive areas
•   All other industrial facilities that the Copermittee determines are contributing significant
    pollutant loading to the stormwater system.

Prior to implementing an industrial monitoring program, each facility representative should
verify their specific site industrial code (SIC). Specific industrial classifications covered by this
monitoring program include:
• Facilities subject to stormwater effluent limitations guidelines, new source performance
    standards, or toxic pollutant effluent standards


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•   Manufacturing facilities
•   Oil and gas / mining facilities
•   Hazardous waste treatment, storage, or disposal facilities
•   Landfills, land application sites, and open dumps
•   Recycling facilities
•   Steam electric power generating facilities
•   Transportation facilities
•   Sewage or wastewater treatment works
•   Manufacturing facilities where industrial materials equipment or activities are exposed to
    stormwater

1.1.2 Why monitoring of high priority industrial businesses is a necessity
By definition, industrial facilities covered by the NPDES permits discharge stormwaters to
waters of the United States. These waters support beneficial uses themselves or flow into waters
that support them. The Regional Water Quality Control Board designates water quality
objectives that protect the most sensitive beneficial uses of specific waters and mandates that
these objectives be met by dischargers.

Industrial facilities are classified as high priority industries based on a number of factors,
including type of industrial activity, wastes generated, pollutant discharge potential, and
proximity to environmentally sensitive areas. For these reasons, it is vitally important for
facility representatives to monitor discharge from their facilities to ensure compliance with
water quality objectives and therefore protection of designated beneficial uses of receiving
waters.

1.2 Monitoring objectives
Monitoring is focused on providing information to assist in characterizing the nature of
industrial runoff, tracking changes in these characteristics over time, targeting management
actions to address high-priority problems, and assessing the effectiveness of such management
actions. Thus, monitoring is an essential part of a long-term, results-based assessment strategy
intended to improve water quality through the reduction of problematic industrial discharges.

1.3 Monitoring approach
The monitoring approaches used for stormwater monitoring follow the guidelines described in
the San Diego NPDES permit for industrial discharges and depend on straightforward
comparisons of monitoring observations and data to relevant criteria, limitations, and/or
standards. These comparisons allow judgments about the nature of discharges at the time of
monitoring. However, the relatively few number of samples collected per year, combined with
the high variability known to be inherent in stormwater data, limit the ability to identify or
track trends over the near term. As with all monitoring programs, the design should be
evaluated and improved on as experience and data accumulate over time.

1.4 Implementation schedule
All facilities are required to implement a monitoring program consistent with the requirements
of this document by February 13, 2003. The monitoring program should be developed based on
the site-specific conditions of the facility covered, and should be revised by the facility
representative whenever appropriate.




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1.5 Monitoring design and methods – discharge sampling
The generic monitoring program was developed based upon the requirements of the San Diego
NPDES permit. Figure 1 presents a graphical illustration of the design and implementation
procedures involved in developing and implementing an industrial monitoring program.

1.5.1 Select sampling locations
All appropriate stormwater discharge locations must be sampled for each storm event
monitored. This does not, however, mean that every point of discharge from the facility must be
sampled. Facility representatives should attempt to sample only discharges that emanate from
their facility, and avoid discharges commingled with discharges from other areas if possible.
The selection of appropriate sampling sites must, however, reflect site-specific conditions.
Where a drainage exclusively serving a single facility is not able to be safely accessed, samples
should be collected from an accessible conveyance as short a distance downstream as possible,
which may serve multiple facilities or other sites.

Facility representatives can also limit the number of sample collections and analyses in cases
where two or more drainage areas house substantially identical industrial activities and
stormwater management BMPs. In this case, representatives may either collect and analyze
samples from a reduced number of drainage areas, or may elect to create composite samples by
combining equal volumes of discharge within a single sample container for analysis.
Representatives who decrease the number of sampling locations by either of the above methods
must document their rationale in their routine reports.

1.5.2 Establish sampling frequency
Facility operators are required to collect stormwater samples from a minimum of two storm
events during the wet season (October through May). Samples should meet the following
criteria:
• Samples should be collected during the first hour of discharge of the storm event
• Sampling of stored or contained stormwater shall occur at the time of its discharge
• Sample collection is only required of stormwater discharges that occur during scheduled
    facility operating hours and that are preceded by at least three working days without
    stormwater discharge.

1.5.3 Select constituents to be analyzed
There are a minimum set of required analytes that are common to every industrial monitoring
program. Additionally, there are analytes that are specific to a facility based on the type of
industrial activity, historic monitoring efforts, and analytes required by a facility’s NPDES
permit. It is the responsibility of the facility representative to determine the appropriate
analytical list based on these requirements, and each facility’s program should include the
following:

Minimum required analytes (common to all facilities) include:
• Total organic carbon (TOC) or greases and oils
• Total suspended solids (TSS)
• pH
• Specific conductance




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Analytes based on facility-specific conditions include:
• Toxic chemicals possibly present in stormwater discharges
• Pollutants listed in effluent guidelines subcategories
• Pollutants that have an effluent limit established by an NPDES permit
• Other parameters required by the Copermittee
• Other parameters determined by facility’s standard industrial classification (SIC) code(s)

The parameters shown in Table 1 represent the analytes required to be analyzed by all facilities
(TOC/Oil and grease, TSS, pH, and specific conductance) and the parameters recommended
according to the the facility’s SIC. Table 2 shows recommended laboratory methods for these
analytes.

1.5.4 Sample according to Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater
“Clean” sampling techniques are required of all sample collectors to minimize the potential for
sample contamination and, therefore, the production of skewed results. Clean sampling
techniques incorporate a number of sampling best practices to minimize the potential for
contaminants to come into contact with the sample or sample container; this is especially
important when contaminant concentrations are expected to be at trace levels, as is generally
the case for stormwater sampling. A few commonly-observed clean sampling practices include
use of approved laboratory gloves at all times when sampling, keeping open sample containers
away from any type of exhaust, and avoiding touching the sample, sample container threads, or
inside of lids at any time. Facility representatives not familiar with clean sampling procedures
may wish to undertake training or employ experienced sample collectors for the task.

All samples collected for subsequent laboratory analyses should be labeled with (at a
minimum):
• Facility name
• Site name (location sample collected)
• Analysis requested
• Sample collector
• Date of collection
• Time of collection
• Any preservative used
• Any other information requested by analytical laboratory

All sampling and sample preservation should be conducted in accordance with the current
edition of "Standard Methods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater" (American Public
Health Association). In addition, all monitoring instruments and equipment employed as part
of the monitoring program shall be calibrated and maintained in accordance with
manufacturers' specifications. All laboratory analyses must be conducted according to test
procedures under 40 CFR Part 136, unless other test procedures have been specified by the
Copermittee. With the exception of analyses conducted by facility representatives, all
laboratory analyses should be conducted at a laboratory certified for such analyses by the State
Department of Health Services. Facilities may conduct their own sample analyses only if the
facility operator has sufficient capability (qualified employees, laboratory equipment, etc.) to
adequately perform the test procedures.



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1.5.5 Use a standard sample collection form
A consistent set of information should be collected for each sample in a standardized way.
Figure 2 illustrates an example sample collection form. In addition to recording the constituents
monitored, the form should include any visual observations that may assist in interpreting the
data, particularly the presence of any factors that may affect the reliability of the data.

1.6 Sampling exceptions
The facility representative is not required to collect samples at times of dangerous weather
conditions, when stormwater discharge begins after scheduled facility operating hours, or when
stormwater discharges are not preceded by three working days without discharge. Facility
representatives unable to make the required sample collections during the wet season must
include an explanation in the Annual Report as to why the sample collection could not be
conducted.

The facility representative may conduct sample collection more than one hour after discharge
begins if the facility representative determines that the objectives of the monitoring program
will be better satisfied. The facility operator shall include an explanation in the Annual Report
why the observation / collection was conducted after the first hour of discharge.

1.7 Sampling exemptions and reductions: Types
Under certain conditions, industrial facilities may qualify for an exemption from the required
sample collections and analysis as part of their overall monitoring programs. There is currently
one existing certification that can exempt facilities from the requirements of collecting and
analyzing samples as part of their annual monitoring programs, as discussed below.

The No Exposure Certification is designed primarily for facilities where all industrial activities
are conducted inside buildings and where all materials stored and handled are not exposed to
stormwater. This certification is pursued through the San Diego Regional Water Quality Control
Board. To qualify for this exemption, facility representatives must certify that their facilities
meet the following conditions:
• There are no unauthorized non-stormwater discharges emanating from the facility
• All authorized non-stormwater discharges have been identified and are addressed in the
    facility’s Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP).
• All areas if past exposure have been inspected and cleaned, as appropriate
• There are no significant materials related to industrial activity (including waste materials)
    exposed to stormwater or authorized non-stormwater discharges
• No industrial activities or industrial equipment are exposed to stormwater or authorized
    non-stormwater discharges
• There is no exposure of stormwater to significant materials associated with industrial
    activities through other pathways, such as from industrial activities that generate dust and
    particulates.
• A facility representative periodically re-evaluates the facility to ensure that the above
    conditions are continuously met; this re-evaluation should be conducted at a minimum of
    once a year

1.8 Records




                                                5
Records discussed in this section include all documentation associated with sample collection
and analysis produced as part of the monitoring program. Additionally, any observations of
note and corrective action made as a result of monitoring findings should be documented and
maintained as part of the record collection process.

1.8.1 Retain records for at least five years
The facility representative is required to maintain records of all stormwater monitoring
information and copies of all stormwater-related reports for a period of at least five years.

1.8.2 Information to be retained
Records should include:
• The date, time, and location, of sampling
• The individual(s) who performed the sampling
• The date, time, and location, for any analyses performed
• The name of individual(s) who performed the analyses
• Laboratory results, analytical methods employed, method detection limits (MDLs), and
    quality assurance / quality control results associated with the samples analyzed (if using a
    professional laboratory for analysis, this information will generally be supplied with the
    results by the laboratory)
• Calibration and maintenance records of any instruments used by the facility representative
• Any applicable sampling and analysis exemption and reduction supporting documentation


1.9 Data analysis / evaluation methods
As mentioned above (Section 1.3), the relatively small number of monitoring events per year,
combined with the high variability typical of stormwater data, preclude the use of sophisticated
analysis methods. Therefore, the analysis and evaluation of monitoring data should rely on the
following three methods:
• Comparison of data values with any appropriate regulatory criteria, action levels, or
    screening values
• Plotting of data values to facilitate observation of trends and comparison with relevant
    criteria, action levels, or screening values
• Subjective interpretation of monitoring results that makes use of all available knowledge
    about the facility and its operation, as well as any visual observations and notes collected
    during monitoring.

Plotting for each monitored constituent should include all available data, extending back a
minimum of ten years, if this length of record is available. Relevant regulatory criteria, action
levels, or screening criteria should be shown as a line on the plots. Any data values that are
above such levels should be explained in detail.

The data analysis should include an assessment of data quality issues related to both the field
sampling and/or measurement and the laboratory analyses. Any issues that may have affected
the accuracy or precision of the data, or the interpretability of the results, should be reported
and explained.




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                                   Table 1. Monitoring Program Analytes by Standard Industrial Classification Code




                                                                                                                                                                                                           Phosphorous
                                                                            TOC / TOG




                                                                                                                                                                                     Magnesium
                                                                                                           Aluminum


                                                                                                                                Ammonia
                                                                                                                                          Cadmium




                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Selenium
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Mercury
                                                                                                                                                             Cyanide
                                           Activity




                                                                                                                      Arsenic




                                                                                                                                                    Copper
Sector




                                                                                                   Cond.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Silver


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    COD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          BOD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                N+N
                                                                                                                                                                              Lead




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Zinc
                                                                                        TSS




                                                                                                                                                                       Iron
           SIC




                                                                                              pH
A        TIMBER PRODUCTS
           2421 General sawmills and planing mills                             •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                         •      •
           2491 Wood preserving                                                •         •    •     •                   •                             •
           2426 Hardwood dimension and flooring mills                          •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                                •
           2429 Special product sawmills                                       •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                                •

          243X Millwork, veneer, plywood, and structural wood (except
               2434 – wood kitchen cabinet manufacturers)                      •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                                •
          244X Wood containers                                                 •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                                •
          245X Wood buildings and mobile homes                                 •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                                •
          2493 Reconstituted wood products                                     •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                                •
           2499 Wood products, not elsewhere classified                        •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                                •
                 All others                                                    •         •    •     •


B        PAPER AND ALLIED PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING
          263X Paperboard mills                                                •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                                •
                 All others                                                    •         •    •     •


C        CHEMICAL AND ALLIED PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING
          281X Industrial inorganic chemicals                                  •         •    •     •        •                                                          •                                                                                        •

          282X Plastics materials and synthetic resins, synthetic rubber,
               cellulosic, and other manmade fibers except glass               •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                         •




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                                                                                                                                                                                                          Phosphorous
                                                                           TOC / TOG




                                                                                                                                                                                    Magnesium
                                                                                                          Aluminum


                                                                                                                               Ammonia
                                                                                                                                         Cadmium




                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Selenium
                                                                                                                                                                                                Mercury
                                                                                                                                                            Cyanide
                                             Activity




                                                                                                                     Arsenic




                                                                                                                                                   Copper
Sector




                                                                                                  Cond.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Silver


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   COD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         BOD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               N+N
                                                                                                                                                                             Lead




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Zinc
                                                                                       TSS




                                                                                                                                                                      Iron
          SIC




                                                                                             pH
          284X Soaps, detergents, and cleaning preparations;
               perfumes, cosmetics, and other toilet preparations             •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                         •                  •

          287X Nitrogenous and phosphatic basic fertilizers, mixed
               fertilizer, pesticides, and other agricultural chemicals       •         •    •     •                                                                   •      •                              •                               •                  •
                 All others                                                   •         •    •     •

         ASPHALT PAVING / ROOFING MATERIALS
D        MANUFACTURERS & LUBRICANT MANUFACTURERS
          29XX All subsectors                                                 •         •    •     •

         GLASS, CLAY, CEMENT, CONCRETE, & GYPSUM
E        MANUFACTURING
          325X Structural clay products                                       •         •    •     •        •
          326X Pottery and related products                                   •         •    •     •        •
          3297 Non-clay refractories                                          •         •    •     •        •

          327X Concrete, gypsum, and plaster products except lime
               (except 3274)                                                  •         •    •     •                                                                   •

          3295
                 Minerals and earths, ground, or otherwise treated            •         •    •     •                                                                   •
                 All others


F        PRIMARY METALS

          331X
                 Steel works, blast furnaces, rolling and finishing mill      •         •    •     •        •                                                                                                                                •
          332X Iron and steel foundaries                                      •         •    •     •        •                                        •                 •                                                                     •

          335X
                 Rolling, drawing, and extruding of nonferrous metals         •         •    •     •                                                 •                                                                                       •
          336X Nonferrous foundries (castings)                                •         •    •     •                                                 •                                                                                       •




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                                                                                                                                                                                                   Phosphorous
                                                                    TOC / TOG




                                                                                                                                                                             Magnesium
                                                                                                   Aluminum


                                                                                                                        Ammonia
                                                                                                                                  Cadmium




                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Selenium
                                                                                                                                                                                         Mercury
                                                                                                                                                     Cyanide
                                             Activity




                                                                                                              Arsenic




                                                                                                                                            Copper
    Sector




                                                                                           Cond.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Silver


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            COD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  BOD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        N+N
                                                                                                                                                                      Lead




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Zinc
                                                                                TSS




                                                                                                                                                               Iron
               SIC




                                                                                      pH
                     All others

             METAL MINING EXCEPT INACTIVE MINING ACTIVITIES ON
             FEDERAL LANDS WHERE AN OPERATOR CANNOT BE
G            IDENTIFIED
               102X Copper ores                                        •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                                •           •
                     All others                                        •         •    •     •


H            COAL MINES AND COAL MINING-RELATED FACILITIES
              12XX Coal mines and coal mining-related facilities       •         •    •     •        •                                                          •
                     All others                                        •         •    •     •


I            COAL MINES AND COAL MINING-RELATED FACILITIES
              13XX All subsectors                                      •         •    •     •

             MINERAL MINING & DRESSING EXCEPT INACTIVE MINING
             ACTIVITIES ON FEDERAL LANDS WHERE AN OPERATOR
J            CANNOT BE IDENTIFIED
              144X Sand and gravel                                     •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                                            •
                     All others                                        •         •    •     •

             HAZARDOUS WASTE TREATMENT STORAGE OR
K            DISPOSAL FACILITIES
               4953 Hazardous waste treatment storage or disposal      •         •    •     •                   •         •         •                  •               •        •          •                       •          •              •
                     All others                                        •         •    •     •


L            LANDFILLS AND LAND APPLICATION SITES




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                                                                                                                                                                                                             Phosphorous
                                                                              TOC / TOG




                                                                                                                                                                                       Magnesium
                                                                                                             Aluminum


                                                                                                                                  Ammonia
                                                                                                                                            Cadmium




                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Selenium
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Mercury
                                                                                                                                                               Cyanide
                                              Activity




                                                                                                                        Arsenic




                                                                                                                                                      Copper
Sector




                                                                                                     Cond.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Silver


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      COD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            BOD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  N+N
                                                                                                                                                                                Lead




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Zinc
                                                                                          TSS




                                                                                                                                                                         Iron
           SIC




                                                                                                pH
                  Landfills and land application sites that receive or have
           4953
                  received industrial wastes, except inactive landfills or
                  land application sites occurring on federal lands where
                  an operator cannot be identified                               •         •    •     •                                                                   •
                  All others                                                     •         •    •     •


M        AUTOMOBILE SALVAGE YARDS

           5015 Facilities engaged in dismantling or wrecking used motor
                vehicles for parts recycling or resale and for scrap     •                 •    •     •        •                                                          •      •
                  All others                                                     •         •    •     •


N        SCRAP RECYCLING FACILITIES

           5093 Processing, reclaiming, and wholesale distribution of
                scrap and waste materials                                        •         •    •     •        •                                        •                 •      •                                                              •      •
                  All others                                                     •         •    •     •


O        STEAM ELECTRIC GENERATING FACILITIES
           4911 Steam electric power generating facilities                       •         •    •     •                                                                   •
                  All others                                                     •         •    •     •

         LAND TRANSPORTATION FACILITITES THAT HAVE
         VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SHOPS AND OR
P        EQUIPMENT CLEAN OPERATIONS
                  All subsectors                                                 •         •    •     •

         WATER TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES THAT HAVE
         VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE SHOPS AND OR
Q        EQUIPMENT CLEANING OPERATIONS




                                                               10
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Phosphorous
                                                                           TOC / TOG




                                                                                                                                                                                    Magnesium
                                                                                                          Aluminum


                                                                                                                               Ammonia
                                                                                                                                         Cadmium




                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Selenium
                                                                                                                                                                                                Mercury
                                                                                                                                                            Cyanide
                                           Activity




                                                                                                                     Arsenic




                                                                                                                                                   Copper
Sector




                                                                                                  Cond.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Silver


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   COD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         BOD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               N+N
                                                                                                                                                                             Lead




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Zinc
                                                                                       TSS




                                                                                                                                                                      Iron
          SIC




                                                                                             pH
          44XX Water transportation                                           •         •    •     •        •                                                          •      •                                                              •
                All others                                                    •         •    •     •


R        SHIP AND BOAT BUILDING OR REPAIRING YARDS
                All subsectors                                                •         •    •     •


S        AIR TRANSPORTATION FACILITIES

               Air transportation facilities that have vehicle
          45XX maintenance ships, material handling facilities,
               equipment cleaning operations, or airport and/or aircraft
               deicing / anti-icing operations                                •         •    •     •                             •                                                                                                                  •     •
                All others                                                    •         •    •     •


T        TREATMENT WORKS
                All subsectors                                                •         •    •     •


U        FOOD AND KINDRED PRODUCTS
          207X Fats and oils                                                  •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                                •     •     •
                All others                                                    •         •    •     •

         TEXTILE MILLS, APPAREL, AND OTHER FABRIC PRODUCT
V        MANUFACTURERS
                All subsectors                                                •         •    •     •


W        FURNITURE AND FIXTURES
                All subsectors                                                •         •    •     •


X        PRINTING AND PUBLISHING
                All subsectors                                                •         •    •     •




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                                                                                                                                                                                                              Phosphorous
                                                                               TOC / TOG




                                                                                                                                                                                        Magnesium
                                                                                                              Aluminum


                                                                                                                                   Ammonia
                                                                                                                                             Cadmium




                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Selenium
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mercury
                                                                                                                                                                Cyanide
                                             Activity




                                                                                                                         Arsenic




                                                                                                                                                       Copper
Sector




                                                                                                      Cond.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Silver


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       COD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             BOD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   N+N
                                                                                                                                                                                 Lead




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Zinc
                                                                                           TSS




                                                                                                                                                                          Iron
          SIC




                                                                                                 pH
         RUBBER,     MISC.     PLASTIC           PRODUCTS,      &    MISC.
Y        MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES
          301X Tires and inner tubes                                              •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                         •
          302X Rubber and plastics footwear                                       •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                         •

          305X Gaskets, packing, and sealing devices and rubber and
               plastics hose and belting                                          •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                         •

          306X
                 Fabricated rubber products, not elsewhere classified             •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                         •
                 All others                                                       •         •    •     •


Z        LEATHER TANNING AND FINISHING
                 All subsectors                                                   •         •    •     •


AA FABRICATED METAL PRODUCTS
     3429 Hardware, not elsewhere classified                                      •         •    •     •        •                                                          •                                                                     •                  •
          3441 Fabricated structural metal                                        •         •    •     •        •                                                          •                                                                     •                  •
          3442 Metal doors, sash, frames, molding, and trim                       •         •    •     •        •                                                          •                                                                     •                  •
          3443 Fabricated plate work (boiler shops)                               •         •    •     •        •                                                          •                                                                     •                  •
          3444 Sheet metal work                                                   •         •    •     •        •                                                          •                                                                     •                  •
          3451 Screw machine products                                             •         •    •     •        •                                                          •                                                                     •                  •
          3452 Bolts, nuts, screws, rivets, and washers                           •         •    •     •        •                                                          •                                                                     •                  •
          3462 Iron and steel forgings                                            •         •    •     •        •                                                          •                                                                     •                  •

          3471
                 Electroplating, plating, polishing, anodizing, and coloring      •         •    •     •        •                                                          •                                                                     •                  •
          3494 Valves and pipe fittings, not elsewhere classified                 •         •    •     •        •                                                          •                                                                     •                  •
          3496 Misc. fabricated wire products                                     •         •    •     •        •                                                          •                                                                     •                  •

          3499
                 Fabricated metals products, not elsewhere classified             •         •    •     •        •                                                          •                                                                     •                  •




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                                                                                                                                                                                            Phosphorous
                                                             TOC / TOG




                                                                                                                                                                      Magnesium
                                                                                            Aluminum


                                                                                                                 Ammonia
                                                                                                                           Cadmium




                                                                                                                                                                                                          Selenium
                                                                                                                                                                                  Mercury
                                                                                                                                              Cyanide
                                         Activity




                                                                                                       Arsenic




                                                                                                                                     Copper
Sector




                                                                                    Cond.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Silver


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     COD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           BOD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 N+N
                                                                                                                                                               Lead




                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Zinc
                                                                         TSS




                                                                                                                                                        Iron
         SIC




                                                                               pH
         391X Jewelry, silverware, and plated ware              •         •    •     •        •                                                          •                                                                     •                  •
         3479 Coating, engraving, and allied services           •         •    •     •                                                                                                                                         •                  •
               All others                                       •         •    •     •

   TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT, INDUSTRIAL OR
AB COMMERCIAL MACHINERY
               All subsectors                                   •         •    •     •

   ELECTRONIC, ELECTRICAL, PHOTOGRAPHIC, AND
AC OPTICAL GOODS
               All subsectors                                   •         •    •     •




                                                        13
Table 2. Recommended Laboratory Standard Methods for Potential Industrial Monitoring
                                    Analytes

                         2a. FIELD SCREENING PARAMETERS

             Analyte                               Method
   pH                          pH Meter
   Specific Conductance        Conductivity Meter
   Turbidity                   Turbidimeter – Nephelometric Method
   Reactive Phosphorous        HACH 8048 – Ascorbic Acid Method
   Nitrate Nitrogen            HACH 8039 – Cadmium Reduction Method
   Ammonia Nitrogen            HACH 10031 – Salicylate Method
   Phenol                      HACH 8047 – 4 Aminoantipyrine Method
   Copper, Dissolved           HACH 8506 – Bicinchoninate Method
   Chlorine, Total             HACH 8167 – DPD Method
   Surfactants (MBAS)          HACH 8028 – Crystal Violet Method
   Total Hardness (as CaC03)   HACH 8213 – Digital Titrator Method with EDTA




                                        14
                                 2b. LABORATORY ANALYSES

                                           Recommended      Recommended Recommended
               Analyte
                                             Method1          Volume1   Holding Time1
Oil & Grease – partition gravimetric EPA 1664 / Std. 5520B   1 liter      28 days
Aluminum                             EPA 200.8               200 ml       6 months
Arsenic                              EPA 200.8               200 ml       6 months
Cadmium, Dissolved (ICP-MS)          EPA 200.8 / Std. 3125B  200 ml       6 months
Copper, Dissolved (ICP-MS)           EPA 200.8 / Std. 3125B  200 ml       6 months
Lead, Dissolved (ICP-MS)             EPA 200.8 / Std. 3125B  200 ml       6 months
Mercury                              EPA Method 1631M        100 ml       28 days
Selenium                             EPA 200.8               200 ml       6 months
Silver                               EPA 200.8               200 ml       6 months
Zinc, Dissolved (ICP-MS)             EPA 200.8 / Std. 3125B  200 ml       6 months
Diazinon & Chlorpyrifos (GCMS)       EPA 525.2               1 liter      14 days
Enterococcus Bacteria (MF)           Std. 9230C              100 ml       6 hours
Total Coliform Bacteria (MF)         EPA 9132 / Std. 9222B   100 ml       6 hours
Fecal Coliform Bacteria (MF)         Std. 9222D              100 ml       6 hours
TSS (Total Non-filterable Residue)   EPA 160.2 / Std. 2540D  100 ml       7 days
TOC / TOG (Total Organic Carbon / EPA 415                    25 ml        28 days
Total Oil and Grease)
Ammonia                              EPA 350                 400 ml       28 days
Cyanide                              EPA 335                 500 ml       14 days
Iron                                 EPA 236                 100 ml       6 months
Magnesium                            EPA 242                 100 ml       6 months
COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand)         EPA 410                 50 ml        28 days
BOD (Biochemical Oxygen Demand) EPA 405.1                    1l           14 days


Notes:
1
  Methods, sample containers, and sample handling details should all be worked out with the
selected laboratory in advance of sample collections




                                              15
                  Table 3. Reporting Formats for Monitored Variables

            Field Measurements                             Laboratory Analyses

Parameter                   Format/Units        Parameter                  Format/Units
Ammonia Nitrogen            mg/l                Aluminum                   µg/l
Chlorine, Total             mg/l                Arsenic                    µg/l
Copper, Dissolved           µg/l                BOD
Nitrate, Nitrogen           mg/l                Cadmium, dissolved         µg/l
pH                          pH units            Copper, dissolved          µg/l
Phenol                      mg/l                Cyanide                    mg/l
Reactive Phosphorus         mg/l as P           Diazinon & Chloropyrifos   µg/l
Specific Conductance        umhos/cm            Enterococcus               cfu/100 ml
Surfactants (MBAS)          mg/l                Fecal Coliform
Temperature                 degrees C           Iron                       mg/l
Total Hardness (as CaCO3)   mg/l                Lead, Dissolved            µg/l
Turbidity                   ntu                 Magnesium                  mg/l
                                                Mercury                    µg/l
              Sample Identifiers                Oil & Grease               mg/l
Date                           YYMMDD           Selenium                   µg/l
Time of Collection             Military         Silver                     µg/l
Time Since Runoff Began        hh:mm            TOC                        mg/l
                                                Total Ammonia              mg/l
                                                Total Coliform             cfu/100ml
                                                TSS                        mg/l
                                                Zinc, Dissolved            µg/l




                                           16
                                 Figure 2a. Standardized Data Reporting Form for Field Measurements

        Field Measurements




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Total Hardness (as CaCO3)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Specific Conductance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Reactive Phosphorus




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Surfactants (MBAS)
                                                              Ammonia Nitrogen




                                                                                                                       Copper, Dissolved


                                                                                                                                                         Nitrate Nitrogen
                                                                                                     Chlorine, Total




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Temperature




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Turbidity
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Phenol
                                                                                                                                                                                             pH
        (Facility Name)
        (SIC Code(s))
        (Date)
        (Time)
        (Time since runoff
        began)
        (Site)
        (Sampler)




Entries shown in parentheses, e.g., (Date), should simply include the parameter value. Thus the
entry in the date field would be 112602, NOT Date: 112602

                 Figure 2b. Standardized Data Reporting Form for Laboratory Analyses

Laborato
ry
                                                                                                                       Diazinon & Chlorphyrifos




Analyses
                                       Cadmium, Dissolved



                                                                                 Copper, Dissolved




                                                                                                                                                                                                           Lead, Dissolved




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Zinc, Dissolved
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Total Ammonia
                                                                                                                                                                            Fecal Coliform




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Total Coliform
                                                                                                                                                  Enterococcus




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Oil & Grease
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Magnesium
            Aluminum




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Selenium
                                                                                                             Cyanide




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mercury
                       Arsenic




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Silver
                                                            COD
                                 BOD




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      TOC




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         TSS
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Iron




(Facility
Name)
(SIC
Code(s))
(Date)
(Time)
(Time
since
runoff
began)
(Site)
(Sampler
)




Entries shown in parentheses, e.g., (Date), should simply include the parameter value. Thus the
entry in the date field would be 112602, NOT Date: 112602.



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