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...NOTICES DELAWARE RIVER BASIN COMMISSION Public Hearing and Business Meeting The Delaware River Basin Commission (Commission) will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, June 9, 2015.

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  • NOTICESDELAWARE RIVER

    BASIN COMMISSIONPublic Hearing and Business Meeting

    The Delaware River Basin Commission (Commission)will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, June 9, 2015. Abusiness meeting will be held the following day onWednesday, June 10, 2015. The hearing and businessmeeting are open to the public and will take place at theWashington Crossing Historic Park Visitor Center, 1112River Road, Washington Crossing, PA.

    Public hearing. The public hearing on June 9, 2015,will begin at 1:30 p.m. Hearing items will include: draftdockets for the withdrawals, discharges and other water-related projects listed as follows; a resolution apportion-ing among the signatory parties the amounts required forsupport of the current expense and capital budgets for thefiscal year ending June 30, 2016; a resolution approvingthe annual current expense and capital budgets for thefiscal year ending June 30, 2016; and a proposed ruleamending the Commission’s Administrative Manual PartIII—Rules of Practice and Procedure to provide for theOne Process/One Permit Program. Additional informationon the latter item can be found in separate notices ofproposed rulemaking in the Federal Register, the registerpublications of each of the Commission’s member statesand on the Commission’s web site.

    Written comments on matters scheduled for hearing onJune 9, 2015, will be accepted through the close of thehearing that day. As time allows, after the hearing on allscheduled matters has been completed the meeting willinclude an opportunity for public dialogue.

    Draft dockets and resolutions scheduled for hearing areposted on the Commission’s web site at www.drbc.net 10days prior to the hearing date. The notice of proposedrulemaking to provide for the One Process/One PermitProgram, along with supporting materials, was publishedon the Commission’s web site on May 7, 2015. Additionalpublic records relating to the hearing items may beexamined at the Commission’s offices. Contact ProjectReview Section assistant Victoria Lawson at (609) 883-9500, Ext. 216, with any questions concerning draftdockets.

    The public is advised to check the Commission’s website periodically prior to the hearing date as itemsscheduled for hearing may be postponed if additional timeis deemed necessary to complete the Commission’s review.In reviewing docket descriptions, the public is also askedto be aware that project details commonly change in thecourse of the Commission’s review, which is ongoing andthe descriptions do not always capture these modifica-tions.

    Be advised that during the public hearing on June 9,2015, the staff will continue the practice of offering ashorter presentation than in the past for the subset ofdraft dockets that consist of renewals where a project hasundergone no substantive changes. Interested parties willhave the same opportunity to comment on or ask ques-tions concerning these dockets as they have historically

    had. If any member of the public requests additionalinformation about a project during the hearing, staff willbe prepared to offer more detail. A detailed description ofeach project is included in the draft docket, which can beaccessed on the Commission’s web site by means of ahyperlink listed in this hearing notice.

    1. Village of Liberty, D-1965-039 CP-3. An applicationto renew the approval of the applicant’s existing 2 milliongallons per day (mgd) wastewater treatment plant(WWTP) and its discharge. Treated effluent will continueto be discharged to an unnamed tributary (UNT) of theEast Branch Mongaup River, above Swinging BridgeReservoir, at River Mile 261.1—23.56—8.12—0.86(Delaware River—Mongaup River—East Branch MongaupRiver—UNT) by means of Outfall No. 001, within thedrainage area of the section of the main stem DelawareRiver known as the Upper Delaware, which the Commis-sion has classified as Special Protection Waters, in theVillage of Liberty, Sullivan County, NY.

    2. Freeland Borough Municipal Authority, D-1965-052CP-4. An application to renew the approval of the existing1.2 mgd Freeland Borough WWTP and its discharge. TheWWTP will continue to discharge to Pond Creek, atributary of Sandy Run, which is a tributary of theLehigh River, at River Mile 183.7—67.3—2.0—8.5(Delaware River—Lehigh River—Sandy Run—PondCreek) and is located within the drainage area of thesection of the main stem Delaware River known as theLower Delaware, which the Commission has classified asSpecial Protection Waters, in Freeland Borough, LuzerneCounty, PA.

    3. Village of Monticello, D-1981-038 CP-3. An applica-tion to renew the approval of the applicant’s existing 3.1mgd WWTP and its discharge, as well as modificationsproposed to the WWTP. Treated effluent will continue tobe discharged to Tannery Brook at River Mile 253.64—27.3—1.91—3.24—1.54 (Delaware River—NeversinkRiver—Sheldrake Stream—Kiamesha Creek—TanneryBrook) by means of Outfall No. 001, within the drainagearea of the section of the main stem Delaware Riverknown as the Middle Delaware, which the Commissionhas classified as Special Protection Waters, in the Villageof Monticello, Sullivan County, NY.

    4. Hatfield Township Municipal Authority, D-1985-036CP-3. An application to renew the approval of the ap-plicant’s existing 8.37 mgd WWTP and its discharge. Theapplicant has also requested approval to rerate theWWTP to 10.68 mgd with no proposed construction tostay in compliance with the Department ofEnvironmental Protection’s (Department) hydraulicoverloading condition. Treated effluent will continue to bedischarged to West Branch Neshaminy Creek at RiverMile 115.63—40.01—4.0 (Delaware River—NeshaminyCreek—West Branch Neshaminy Creek) by means ofOutfall No. 001, in Hatfield Township, MontgomeryCounty, PA.

    5. Dublin Borough, D-1986-070 CP-2. An application torenew the approval of the applicant’s existing 1.2 mgdWWTP and its discharge. The Commission and theDepartment have based effluent limitations on an effluentdischarge flow of 0.5 mgd. Treated effluent will continueto be discharged to Deep Run Creek at River Mile157.0—6.2—5.4 (Delaware River—Tohickon Creek—Deep

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  • Run Creek) by means of Outfall No. 001, within thedrainage area of the section of the main stem DelawareRiver known as the Lower Delaware, which the Commis-sion has classified as Special Protection Waters, inBedminster Township, Bucks County, PA.

    6. Pennsylvania American Water Company, D-1987-031CP-4. An application to renew the approval of an existinggroundwater withdrawal (GWD) of up to 14.73 milliongallons per month (mgm) from existing Wells Nos. 2, 3, 4and 5 completed in the Towamensing Member of theCatskill Formation. The requested allocation is not anincrease from the previous allocation. The project wellsare located in the Hornbecks Creek Watershed inDelaware Township, Pike County, PA within the drainagearea of the section of the main stem Delaware Riverknown as the Middle Delaware, which the Commissionhas classified as Special Protection Waters.

    7. Northampton Borough, D-1987-046 CP-2. An ap-plication to renew the approval of the existing 1.5 mgdNorthampton Borough WWTP and its discharge. TheWWTP will continue to discharge to Hokendauqua Creek,which is a tributary of the Lehigh River, at River Mile183.7—22.1—0.3 (Delaware River—Lehigh River—Hokendauqua Creek) within the drainage area of thesection of the main stem Delaware River known as theLower Delaware, which the Commission has classified asSpecial Protection Waters, in Northampton Borough,Northampton County, PA.

    8. Roamingwood Sewer and Water Association, D-1988-014-2. An application to renew the approval of theexisting 1.755 mgd Roamingwood WWTP and itsdischarge. The WWTP will continue to discharge treatedeffluent to Ariel Creek, which is a tributary of Wal-lenpaupack Creek upstream of Lake Wallenpaupack,which is a tributary of the Lackawaxen River, at RiverMile 277.7—15.8—14.2—3.5 (Delaware River—Lacka-waxen River—Wallenpaupack Creek—Ariel Creek) and islocated within the drainage area of the section of themain stem Delaware River known as the UpperDelaware, which the Commission has classified as SpecialProtection Waters, in Salem Township, Wayne County,PA.

    9. Manwalamink Sewer Company, D-1988-034-2. Anapplication to renew the approval of the existing 0.7 mgdManwalamink WWTP and its discharge. The WWTP willcontinue to discharge to Brodhead Creek at River Mile213.0—0.6 (Delaware River—Brodhead Creek), within thedrainage area of the section of the main stem DelawareRiver known as the Middle Delaware, which the Commis-sion has classified as Special Protection Waters, inSmithfield Township, Monroe County, PA.

    10. Spring Township, D-1988-077 CP-3. An applicationto renew the approval of the existing 2.28 mgd SpringTownship WWTP and its discharge and to temporarilyapprove a total dissolved solids variance and effluentlimit of 1,500 milligrams per liter for the WWTP. Nomodifications to the WWTP are proposed. The WWTP willcontinue to discharge treated effluent to Cacoosing Creek,a tributary of Tulpehcocken Creek, which is a tributary ofthe Schuylkill River, at River Mile 92.47—76.8—4.0—2.0(Delaware River—Schuylkill River—Tulpehocken Creek—Cacoosing Creek), in the Township of Spring, BerksCounty, PA.

    11. Wyomissing Valley Joint Municipal Authority,D-1991-009 CP-5. An application to renew the approval ofthe existing 4.0 mgd Joint Municipal Authority Wyomiss-

    ing Valley WWTP and its discharge. The WWTP willcontinue to discharge to Wyomissing Creek, a tributary ofthe Schuylkill River, at River Mile 92.47—75.3—0.2(Delaware River—Schuylkill River—Wyomissing Creek)in the City of Reading, Berks County, PA.

    12. Longwood Gardens, D-1992-052-3. An applicationto renew the approval of an existing GWD of up to 8.68mgm to supply the applicant’s public water supply systemand irrigation for ornamental horticultural displaygardens from existing Wells Nos. B170, B172, B94, B31,B169A, B169B, B161WG, B65, B46, T48, T49A, T49B andB106 completed in Granitic Gneiss. The requested alloca-tion is not an increase from the previous allocation. Thewells are located in the West Branch Red Clay CreekWatershed, in East Marlborough Township, ChesterCounty, PA.

    13. Hamburg Municipal Authority, D-1992-073 CP-4.An application to renew the approval of the existing 1.5mgd Hamburg WWTP and its discharge. The WWTP willcontinue to discharge to the Schuylkill River, at RiverMile 92.47—98.7 (Delaware River—Schuylkill River) inthe Borough of Hamburg, Berks County, PA.

    14. Blue Mountain Water Cooperative, D-1993-027-3.An application to renew the approval of a GWD project tocontinue to supply up to 5.17 mgm of groundwater to thedocket holder’s nontransient, noncommunity public watersystem from existing Wells Nos. 1, 2 and 5 with noincrease in allocation. The docket also approves a previ-ous expansion of the docket holder’s service area to anadditional commercial development located adjacent tothe previously approved Tilden Industrial Park servicearea. The wells are completed in the Hamburg Sequencein the Pigeon Creek-Schuylkill River Watershed in TildenTownship, Berks County, PA.

    15. Filomina, Inc., D-1993-047-3. An application torenew the approval of a GWD of up to 9.4 mgm to irrigatethe applicant’s Hideaway Hills Golf Course from existingWells Nos. 1, 6 and 8. Wells Nos. 6 and 8 are completedin the Catskills Formation and Well No. 1 is completed inthe Trimmers Rock Formation. The requested allocationis not an increase from the previous allocation. Theproject wells are located in the Pohopoco CreekWatershed in Polk Township, Monroe County, PA withinthe drainage area of the section of the main stemDelaware River known as the Middle Delaware, whichthe Commission has classified as Special ProtectionWaters.

    16. Shoemakersville Municipal Authority, D-1993-074CP-4. An application to renew the approval of the ap-plicant’s existing 0.75 mgd WWTP and its discharge.Treated effluent will continue to be discharged to theSchuylkill River at River Mile 92.47—92.3 (DelawareRiver—Schuylkill River) by means of Outfall No. 001, inthe Borough of Shoemakersville, Berks County, PA.

    17. Jericho National Golf Club, Inc., D-1995-002-3. Anapplication to renew the approval of an existing GWD ofup to 9.3 mgm to irrigate the applicant’s golf course fromexisting Wells Nos. B-100 and B-C. Wells Nos. B-100 andB-C are completed in the Brunswick Formation. Therequested allocation is not an increase from the previousallocation. The project is located in the Jericho CreekWatershed in Upper Makefield Township, Bucks County,PA within the drainage area of the section of the mainstem Delaware River known as the Lower Delaware,which the Commission has classified as Special ProtectionWaters.

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  • 18. Allied Utility Services, Inc., D-1996-025 CP-2. Anapplication to renew the approval of the applicant’sexisting 0.075 mgd Schnecksville North WWTP and itsdischarge. Treated effluent will continue to be dischargedto a UNT of Coplay Creek at River Mile 183.66—21.05—10.6—0.7 (Delaware River—Lehigh River—CoplayCreek—UNT) by means of Outfall No. 001, within thedrainage area of the section of the main stem DelawareRiver known as the Lower Delaware, which the Commis-sion has classified as Special Protection Waters, in NorthWhitehall Township, Lehigh County, PA.

    19. Pennsylvania American Water Company, D-1998-043 CP-3. An application to renew the approval of a GWDup to 165.33 mgm from existing Wells Nos. 12, 13, 16,18A, 19, 20, 21, 23 and 28 for public water supply. WellsNos. 12, 13 and 18A are completed in the RichlandFormation, Well No. 16 is completed in the MillbachFormation, Wells Nos. 19 and 20 are completed in theOntelaunee Formation, Well No. 21 is completed in theAllentown Formation, Well No. 23 is completed in theHammer Creek Formation and Well No. 28 is completedin the Epler/Ontelaunee Formations. The requested al-location is not an increase from the previous allocation.The project wells are located in the Little CacoosingCreek Watershed in Spring and Lower Heidelberg Town-ships and Sinking Spring and Wyomissing Boroughs, allin Berks County, PA.

    20. Greater Pottsville Area Sewer Authority, D-2002-041CP-2. An application to renew the approval of the existing8.2 mgd Greater Pottsville Area Sewer Authority WWTPand its discharge. The WWTP will continue to dischargeto the Schuylkill River, at River Mile 92.47—119.0(Delaware River—Schuylkill River) on the border ofPottsville City, North Manheim Township, and Palo AltoBorough, in Schuylkill County, PA.

    21. East Vincent Township, D-2005-007 CP-2. An ap-plication to renew the approval of the applicant’s existing0.053 mgd Bartons Meadows WWTP and its discharge.Treated effluent will continue to be discharged tosubsurface seepage beds in the drainage area of FrenchCreek near River Mile 92.47—35.65—9.56—0.78(Delaware River—Schuylkill River—French Creek—UNT)in East Vincent Township, Chester County, PA.

    22. Town of Kortright, Hamlet of Bloomville, D-2007-011 CP-2. An application to renew the approval of theexisting 0.03 mgd Bloomville WWTP and its discharge togroundwater. The WWTP will continue to discharge toleach beds adjacent to Wright Brook, upstream of Can-nonsville Reservoir in the West Branch Delaware RiverWatershed. The WWTP and leach fields are locatedwithin the drainage area of the section of the main stemDelaware River known as the Upper Delaware, which theCommission has classified as Special Protection Waters,in the Town of Kortright, Delaware County, NY.

    23. PSC Environmental Services, LLC, D-2011-009-2.An application to renew the approval of the applicant’s0.1 mgd industrial wastewater treatment plant (IWTP)that receives non-hazardous and hazardous wastes fromoffsite generators within the continental United States,primarily from Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey(both within and outside the basin) at their facilitylocated in Hatfield Township, Montgomery County, PA.Approximately 20% of the industrial wastewater collectedat the facility is pretreated and conveyed to the HatfieldTownship Municipal Authority WWTP for ultimate

    discharge to the West Branch Neshaminy Creek. Theremainder is trucked to other centralized waste treatmentfacilities, landfills or cement kilns throughout the UnitedStates (most of which is sent to DuPont Chambers Works,GROWS Landfill or Keystone Cement; all of which arelocated within the basin).

    24. The Chemours Company, FC, LLC, D-1969-059-2.An application to renew the approval to continue towithdraw up to 1,314 mgm of surface water from anexisting intake on the Delaware River for noncontactcooling and industrial processes at the Chambers Workschemical manufacturing facility. The docket also approvesa transfer of ownership from DuPont to Chemours, whichwill become an independent company on or about July 1,2015. DuPont operated its withdrawals under Commis-sion Docket No. D-69-59 and Commission Certificate ofEntitlement No. 177. The Certificate of Entitlement willterminate upon the anticipated transfer of ownership.The docket holder’s groundwater and surface waterwithdrawals from the Salem Canal were previously ap-proved by Commission Docket No. D-93-19-2. TheDelaware River intake is located in Water Quality Zone 5in Pennsville Township, Salem County, NJ.

    25. New Castle County Department of Special Services,D-1972-210 CP-2. An application to renew the approval ofand to approve an upgrade to the existing 0.57 mgdDelaware City WWTP (also referred to as the GovernorBacon Health Center WWTP). The upgrade consists ofreplacing existing sand filters with cloth media filters andreplacing the existing chlorine contact disinfection systemwith UV disinfection. The WWTP will remain at 0.57 mgdand continue to discharge to the Delaware River WaterQuality Zone 5 at River Mile 60.6, in Delaware City, NewCastle County, DE.

    26. Occidental Chemical Corporation, D-1983-009-3. Anapplication to renew the approval of and to approve amodification to the existing 0.3 mgd Occidental ChemicalCorporation Delaware City IWTP. The modificationconsists of replacing the existing outfall for the IWTPwith a new outfall. The IWTP treatment facilities will notbe modified, and will continue to treat contaminatedstormwater and groundwater from the applicant’s formerchemical manufacturing plant site. The IWTP willcontinue to discharge to Delaware River Water QualityZone 5 at River Mile 62.7, in Delaware City, New CastleCounty, DE.

    27. Town of Rockland, D-1985-028 CP-3. An applicationto renew the approval of the applicant’s existing 0.8 mgdLivingston Manor WWTP and its discharge, as well as toapprove phased modifications to the WWTP that meet theCommission’s definition of substantial alterations or addi-tions. Treated effluent will continue to be discharged toWillowemoc Creek at River Mile 330.7—15.5—15.5—6.94(Delaware River—East Branch Delaware River—BeaverKill—Willowemoc Creek) by means of Outfall No. 001,within the drainage area of the section of the main stemDelaware River known as the Upper Delaware, which theCommission has classified as Special Protection Waters,in the Town of Rockland, Sullivan County, NY.

    28. Delaware Valley College, D-1994-050 CP-3. An ap-plication to renew the approval of an existing GWD andto increase the allocation from 6.34 mgm to 7.192 mgm tosupply potable water to the Delaware Valley Universitycampus and to irrigate the docket holder’s athletic fields.Existing Wells Nos. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 are completed in

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  • the Stockton Formation. The wells are located in theCommission’s designated groundwater protected area inthe Neshaminy Creek Watershed in Doylestown Town-ship, Bucks County, PA.

    29. Artesian Water Company, D-2002-034 CP-4. Anapplication to renew the approval of an existing importproject of up to 3.0 mgd from the Chesapeake Bay Basinfrom the Old County Road, Chesapeake City Road andEastern States well fields, and up to 3.0 mgd from theSusquehanna River Basin from an interconnection withChester Water Authority to augment water supply to theapplicant’s public water supply system. The applicantalso seeks approval of new Well Broad Run protected areafor inclusion in the Artisan Water Company public watersupply system and renewal of the approval to withdrawup to 612.83 mgm of groundwater for the docket holder’spublic water supply distribution system. Artisan WaterCompany is not requesting an increase in groundwaterwithdrawal allocation. The water supply system andwellfields are located in New Castle County, DE and NewGarden Township, Chester County, PA.

    30. East Penn Manufacturing Company, D-2003-023-3.An application to approve new Well No. 11 for inclusionin the applicant’s manufacturing water supply systemand to approve an increase in the total system GWDallocation from 20.67 mgm to 31 mgm. Wells Nos. 2, 4, 5,6, 7, 9, 10 and 11 are completed in the LeithsvilleFormation and Well No. 8 is completed in GraniticGneiss. The wells are located in the Moselem CreekWatershed in Richmond Township, Berks County, PA.

    31. Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, LLC, D-2013-021-1. An application to approve an existing natural gaspipeline project referred to as the Tennessee 300 LineProject, which involved the installation of two separateloops (Loops 321 and 323) and modifications to Compres-sor Station 323. Loop 321 is located in Mount Pleasant,Clinton, Dyberry and Berlin Townships and Bethany andHonesdale Boroughs, Wayne County, PA. Loop 323 islocated in Lackawaxen, Shohola and Milford Townships,Pike County, PA. Compressor Station No. 323 is located inLackawaxen Township, Pike County, PA. Approximately1.5 miles of the eastern-most portion of Loop 323, locatedin Milford Township, Pike County, PA traverses theDelaware State Forest, a recreation area that isincorporated into the Commission’s Comprehensive Plan.Both pipeline loops cross numerous waterbodies in thebasin and are subject to review under the Commission’sFloodplain Regulations. Additionally, the project involvessurface water withdrawals from Dyberry Creek andShohola Creek for the purpose of hydrostatic testing ofthe pipeline loops. After testing was completed, thehydrostatic test water was discharged at five uplandlocations along the pipeline route. The project is locatedwithin the drainage area of the sections of the main stemDelaware River known as the Middle and UpperDelaware, which the Commission has classified as SpecialProtection Waters.

    32. Tinicum Township, D-2014-014 CP-1. An applica-tion to approve the applicant’s existing 2.8 mgd WWTPand its discharge. The Department and the Commissionhave based effluent limits at Outfall No. 001 on anaverage annual discharge flow of 1.4 mgd. Treated efflu-ent will continue to be discharged to the tidal portion ofDarby Creek at River Mile 85.28—1.0 (Delaware River—Darby Creek) by means of Outfall No. 001, within WaterQuality Zone 4, in Tinicum Township, Delaware County,PA.

    33. Girl Scouts of Freedom Valley, D-2014-018 CP-1. Anapplication to approve the applicant’s existing 0.045 mgdCamp Tohikanee WWTP and its discharge. The Commis-sion and the Department have based effluent limitationsupon an effluent discharge flow of 0.015 mgd. Treatedeffluent will continue to be discharged to a 0.2 mile longdrainage swale of Tohickon Creek, above LakeNockamixon, at River Mile 157.0—20.23 (DelawareRiver—Tohickon Creek) by means of Outfall No. 001,within the drainage area of the section of the main stemDelaware River known as the Lower Delaware, which theCommission has classified as Special Protection Waters,in Haycock and East Rockhill Townships, Bucks County,PA.

    34. Villa Roma Country Club, D-2014-020-1. An ap-plication to approve the applicant’s existing GWD andsurface water withdrawal (SWWD) of up to 12.276 mgmto supply domestic, irrigation, and/or snow-making waterfrom Wells Nos. 2, 4, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12 and PondIntakes Nos. 11 and 15. The eight wells are completed inthe Honesdale Formation. The two pond intakes arelocated in the Jones Brook Watershed. All ten withdrawalsources are located within the drainage area of thesection of the main stem Delaware River known as theMiddle Delaware, which the Commission has classified asSpecial Protection Waters, in the Town of Delaware,Sullivan County, NY.

    35. Richard C. Becker, Walnutport Mobile Home Park,D-2014-021 CP-1. An application to approve the ap-plicant’s existing 0.05 mgd Walnutport Mobile Home ParkWWTP and its discharge. Treated effluent will continue tobe discharged to Bertsch Creek at River Mile 183.66—30.68—0.16 (Delaware River—Lehigh River—BertschCreek) by means of Outfall No. 001, within the drainagearea of the section of the main stem Delaware Riverknown as the Lower Delaware, in Lehigh Township,Northampton County, PA.

    36. PPL Utilities Corporation, D-2014-023-1. An ap-plication to approve a new electric transmission lineproject referred to as the Northeast Pocono ReliabilityProject (NEPOC Project). The project alters greater than25 acres of wetlands and portions of the project passthrough the Lackawanna State Forest (LSF), which isdesignated in the Commission’s Comprehensive Plan as arecreation project area. In the Delaware River Basin, theproject consists of the construction of approximately 44.5miles of 230 kV transmission line, including a portion ofthe line (2.9 miles) that passes through the LSF andapproximately 10 miles of 138/69 kV transmission circuitconnector line, including a portion of this line (0.1 miles)that passes through the LSF and one new electricsubstation. The transmission line project requires theclearing of a new right-of-way along the transmission andconductor line corridors, construction of access roads andtemporary work pads for monopole construction andconductor pulling equipment, installation of monopolesand stringing and tensioning conductor. The project islocated in the Lehigh River and Lackawaxen Riverwatersheds in Bear Creek and Buck Townships inLuzerne County, Tobyhanna Township in Monroe County,Thornhurst, Clifton and Covington Townships inLackawanna County, and Lehigh, Sterling, Dreher, Salemand Paupack Townships in Wayne County, all in PA,within the drainage area of the section of the main stemDelaware River known as the Lower and UpperDelaware, which the Commission has classified as SpecialProtection Waters.

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  • 37. Aqua America, Inc., D-2015-001 CP-1. An applica-tion to approve an existing SWWD and to approve anallocation of up to 16.5 mgd (511.5 mgm) to supply theapplicant’s public water supply from an existing surfacewater intake on the Perkiomen Creek at Wetherill Dam.This surface water intake is part of Aqua Pennsylvania’sMain Division public water supply system. The projectintake is located in the Perkiomen Creek Watershed inLower Providence Township, Montgomery County, PA.

    38. Plumsted Township Municipal Authority, D-2015-002 CP-1. An application to approve the new 0.6 mgdNew Egypt WWTP and its discharge and to incorporatethe WWTP and its discharge into the ComprehensivePlan. The WWTP will consist of an MBR treatmentsystem with equalization, screening, UV light disinfectionand reaeration. The WWTP will discharge to the nontidalportion of Crosswicks Creek at River Mile 128.5—21.3(Delaware River—Crosswicks Creek) in New Egypt Town-ship, Ocean County, NJ.

    39. The Chemours Company, FC, LLC, D-2015-003-1.An application to approve a withdrawal up to 345 mgm ofsurface water from existing Intake No. 89-0019 for indus-trial processes and cooling purposes at the existing EdgeMoor facility. The docket also approves a transfer ofownership from DuPont to Chemours, which will becomean independent company on or about July 1, 2015. Thedocket holder operates its surface water withdrawalunder Commission Certificate of Entitlement No. 179.The Certificate of Entitlement will be terminated uponthe anticipated change in ownership. The project intake islocated in Water Quality Zone 5 of the Delaware River inNew Castle County, DE.

    Public meeting. The public meeting on June 10, 2015,will begin at 1:30 p.m. and will include: adoption of theminutes of the Commission’s March 11, 2015, businessmeeting; announcements of upcoming meetings andevents; a report on hydrologic conditions; reports by theExecutive Director and the Commission’s General Coun-sel; and consideration of any items for which a hearinghas been completed or is not required. The latter areexpected to include resolutions for the minutes: (1) pro-viding for election of Commission officers; and (2) amend-ing the Commission employee salary schedule.

    There will be no opportunity for additional publiccomment at the June 10, 2015, business meeting on itemsfor which a hearing was completed on June 9, 2015, or aprevious date. Commission consideration of items forwhich the public hearing is closed may result in eitherapproval of the item (by docket or resolution) as proposed,approval with changes, denial or deferral. When theCommissioners defer an action, they may announce anadditional period for written comment on the item, withor without an additional hearing date, or they may takeadditional time to consider the input they have alreadyreceived without requesting further public input. Anydeferred items will be considered for action at a publicmeeting of the Commission on a future date.

    Advance sign-up for oral comment. Individuals whowish to comment for the record on a hearing item or toaddress the Commissioners informally during the publicdialogue portion of the meeting on June 9, 2015, areasked to sign up in advance by contacting Paula Schmittof the Commission staff, (609) 883-9500, Ext. 224,paula.schmitt@drbc.state.nj.us.

    Addresses for written comment. Written comment onitems scheduled for hearing may be delivered by hand atthe public hearing or submitted in advance of the hearingdate to the Commission Secretary, P. O. Box 7360, 25State Police Drive, West Trenton, NJ 08628, fax (609)883-9522, paula.schmitt@drbc.state.nj.us. If submitted bye-mail in advance of the hearing date, written commentson a docket should be sent to William J. Muszynski, PE,Branch Manager, Water Resources Management,william.muszynski@drbc.state.nj.us.

    Accommodations for special needs. Individuals in needof an accommodation as provided for in the Americanswith Disabilities Act who wish to attend the informationalmeeting or hearing should contact the Commission Secre-tary at (609) 883-9500, Ext. 203, or through the Telecom-munications Relay Services (TRS) at 711 to discuss howthe Commission can accommodate their needs.

    Updates. Items scheduled for hearing are occasionallypostponed to allow more time for the Commission toconsider them. Other meeting items also are subject tochange. Check the Commission’s web site at www.drbc.netcloser to the meeting date for changes that may be madeafter the deadline for filing this notice.

    PAMELA M. BUSH, Esq.,Secretary

    [Pa.B. Doc. No. 15-953. Filed for public inspection May 22, 2015, 9:00 a.m.]

    (Editor’s Note: Pa.B. Doc. No. 15-954 intentionally notused.)

    DEPARTMENT OFAGRICULTURE

    Fertilizer Nutrient Values

    The Secretary of Agriculture, under the authority of 3Pa.C.S. § 6710 (relating to commercial value), establishesthe commercial values per pound of nitrogen, availablephosphate and soluble potash.

    The values are established as follows:Nitrogen $0.54 per poundAvailable phosphate $0.49 per poundSoluble potash $0.43 per pound

    Further Information

    Further information is available by contacting DavidDressler, Agronomic Program Specialist, Bureau of PlantIndustry, Department of Agriculture, 2301 North Cam-eron Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110-9408, (717) 772-5215.

    Effective Date

    These commercial values are effective beginning July 1,2015, and shall remain effective until further notice.

    RUSSELL C. REDDING,Secretary

    [Pa.B. Doc. No. 15-955. Filed for public inspection May 22, 2015, 9:00 a.m.]

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  • DEPARTMENT OF BANKING AND SECURITIESActions on Applications

    The Department of Banking and Securities (Department), under the authority contained in the act of November 30,1965 (P. L. 847, No. 356), known as the Banking Code of 1965; the act of May 15, 1933 (P. L. 565, No. 111), known as theDepartment of Banking Code; and the act of December 19, 1990 (P. L. 834, No. 198), known as the Credit Union Code,has taken the following action on applications received for the week ending May 12, 2015.

    Under section 503.E of the Department of Banking and Securities Code (71 P. S. § 733-503.E), any person wishing tocomment on the following applications, with the exception of branch applications, may file their comments in writing withthe Department of Banking and Securities, Corporate Applications Division, 17 North Second Street, Suite 1300,Harrisburg, PA 17101-2290. Comments must be received no later than 30 days from the date notice regarding receipt ofthe application is published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin. The nonconfidential portions of the applications are on file atthe Department and are available for public inspection, by appointment only, during regular business hours. To schedulean appointment, contact the Corporate Applications Division at (717) 783-2253. Photocopies of the nonconfidentialportions of the applications may be requested consistent with the Department’s Right-to-Know Law Records Requestpolicy.

    BANKING INSTITUTIONSConsolidations, Mergers and Absorptions

    Date Name and Location of Applicant Action5-8-2015 S&T Bank

    IndianaIndiana County

    Effective

    Merger of Integrity Bank, Camp Hill, with and into S&T Bank, Indiana.All branch offices of Integrity Bank will become branch offices of S&T Bank including theformer main office of Integrity Bank located at:

    3345 Market StreetCamp HillCumberland County

    Branch ApplicationsDe Novo Branches

    Date Name and Location of Applicant Location of Branch Action5-1-2015 ACNB Bank

    GettysburgAdams County

    915 Wayne AvenueChambersburgFranklin County

    Opened

    5-5-2014 The Scottdale Bank & Trust CompanyScottdaleWestmoreland County

    632 West Main StreetMount PleasantWestmoreland County

    Opened

    5-6-2015 The Bryn Mawr Trust CompanyBryn MawrMontgomery County

    20 Montchanin RoadGreenvilleNew Castle County, DE

    Approved

    5-6-2015 The Bryn Mawr Trust CompanyBryn MawrMontgomery County

    One West Chocolate AvenueHersheyDauphin County

    Approved

    5-6-2015 Somerset Trust CompanySomersetSomerset County

    450 Schoolhouse RoadJohnstownCambria County

    Approved

    CREDIT UNIONSArticles of Amendment

    Date Name and Location of Institution Action5-12-2015 Community Regional Credit Union

    KingstonLuzerne County

    Filed

    Amendment to Article 1 of the institution’s Articles of Incorporation provides for the creditunion to be located in Luzerne County.

    The Department’s web site at www.dobs.pa.gov includes public notices for more recently filed applications.ROBIN L. WIESSMANN,

    Acting Secretary[Pa.B. Doc. No. 15-956. Filed for public inspection May 22, 2015, 9:00 a.m.]

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  • DEPARTMENT OFCONSERVATION AND

    NATURAL RESOURCESConservation and Natural Resources Advisory

    Council Meeting

    The Conservation and Natural Resources AdvisoryCouncil to the Department of Conservation and NaturalResources (Department) will hold a meeting on Wednes-day, May 27, 2015, at 10 a.m. in Room 105, Lobby Level,Rachel Carson State Office Building, 400 Market Street,Harrisburg, PA 17101.

    Questions concerning this meeting or agenda items canbe directed to Gretchen Leslie at (717) 787-9293. Personswho wish to participate during the public commentsection are encouraged to submit their comments inwriting to Gretchen Leslie, Advisor, Conservation andNatural Resources Advisory Council, 400 Market Street,Harrisburg, PA 17101.

    Persons in need of accommodations as provided for inthe Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 should con-tact Danna Koren at (717) 783-5878 or through thePennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at (800) 654-5984(TDD) to discuss how the Department may accommodatetheir needs.

    CINDY ADAMS DUNN,Acting Secretary

    [Pa.B. Doc. No. 15-957. Filed for public inspection May 22, 2015, 9:00 a.m.]

    DEPARTMENT OF DRUGAND ALCOHOL PROGRAMSPennsylvania Advisory Council on Drug and Alco-

    hol Abuse Meeting

    The Pennsylvania Advisory Council on Drug and Alco-hol Abuse (Council) will hold a public meeting on June15, 2015, from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. The meeting will beheld at the Child Welfare Resource Center, 403 EastWinding Hill Way, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055, (717) 795-9048. The meeting is open to the public. For additionalinformation, visit the Department of Drug and AlcoholPrograms’ (Department) web site at www.ddap.pa.gov.

    The primary focus of this Council meeting is for theCouncil members to meet to discuss current drug andalcohol issues and challenges facing this Commonwealthand to serve in an advisory capacity to the Departmenton these issues.

    For additional information visit the Department’s previ-ously listed web site or contact Ann Catalano, (717)214-1937.

    Persons with disabilities who wish to attend the meet-ing and requiring an auxiliary aid, service or otheraccommodation should contact Ann Catalano at (717)214-1937.

    This meeting is subject to cancellation without notice.GAROLD E. TENNIS, Esq.,

    Secretary[Pa.B. Doc. No. 15-958. Filed for public inspection May 22, 2015, 9:00 a.m.]

    DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTIONApplications, Actions and Special Notices

    APPLICATIONS

    THE CLEAN STREAMS LAW AND THE FEDERAL CLEAN WATER ACTAPPLICATIONS FOR NATIONAL POLLUTION DISCHARGE ELIMINATIONSYSTEM (NPDES) PERMITS AND WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT (WQM)

    PERMITSThis notice provides information about persons who have applied for a new, amended or renewed NPDES or WQM

    permit, a permit waiver for certain stormwater discharges or submitted a Notice of Intent (NOI) for coverage under aGeneral Permit. The applications concern, but are not limited to, discharges regarding industrial, animal or sewagewaste, discharges to groundwater, discharges associated with municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4), stormwaterassociated with construction activities or concentrated animal feeding operations (CAFO). This notice is provided inaccordance with 25 Pa. Code Chapters 91 and 92a and 40 CFR Part 122, implementing The Clean Streams Law (35 P. S.§§ 691.1—691.1001) and the Federal Clean Water Act (33 U.S.C.A. §§ 1251—1376).Location Permit Authority Application Type or CategorySection I NPDES RenewalsSection II NPDES New or AmendmentSection III WQM Industrial, Sewage or Animal Waste; Discharge into GroundwaterSection IV NPDES MS4 Individual PermitSection V NPDES MS4 Permit WaiverSection VI NPDES Individual Permit Stormwater ConstructionSection VII NPDES NOI for Coverage under NPDES General Permits

    For NPDES renewal applications in Section I, the Department of Environmental Protection (Department) has made atentative determination to reissue these permits for 5 years subject to effluent limitations and monitoring and reportingrequirements in their current permits, with appropriate and necessary updated requirements to reflect new and changedregulations and other requirements.

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  • For applications for new NPDES permits and renewal applications with major changes in Section II, as well asapplications for MS4 Individual Permits and Individual Stormwater Construction Permits in Sections IV and VI, theDepartment, based upon preliminary reviews, has made tentative determinations of proposed effluent limitations andother terms and conditions for the permit applications. In accordance with 25 Pa. Code § 92a.32(d), the proposeddischarge of stormwater associated with construction activities will be managed in accordance with the requirements of25 Pa. Code Chapter 102. These determinations are published as proposed actions for comments prior to taking finalactions.

    Unless indicated otherwise, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region III Administrator haswaived the right to review or object to proposed NPDES permit actions under the waiver provision in 40 CFR 123.24(d).

    Persons wishing to comment on NPDES applications are invited to submit statements to the contact office noted beforethe application within 30 days from the date of this public notice. Persons wishing to comment on WQM permitapplications are invited to submit statements to the office noted before the application within 15 days from the date ofthis public notice. Comments received within the respective comment periods will be considered in the finaldeterminations regarding the applications. A comment submittal should include the name, address and telephone numberof the writer and a concise statement to inform the Department of the exact basis of a comment and the relevant factsupon which it is based.

    The Department will also accept requests for public hearings on applications. A public hearing may be held if theresponsible office considers the public response significant. If a hearing is scheduled, a notice of the hearing will bepublished in the Pennsylvania Bulletin and a newspaper of general circulation within the relevant geographical area. TheDepartment will postpone its final determination until after a public hearing is held.

    Persons with a disability who require an auxiliary aid, service, including TDD users, or other accommodations to seekadditional information should contact the Department through the Pennsylvania AT&T Relay Service at (800) 654-5984.

    I. NPDES Renewal Applications

    Southeast Region: Clean Water Program Manager, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401. Phone: 484.250.5970NPDES No.(Type)

    Facility Name &Address

    County &Municipality

    Stream Name(Watershed No.)

    EPA WaivedY/N?

    PA0058297(Sewage)

    Wolanin SRSTP331 Echo Valley LaneNewtown Square, PA 19073

    Delaware CountyNewtown Township

    Unnamed Tributary toLewis Run(3-G)

    Y

    Northeast Region: Clean Water Program Manager, 2 Public Square, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18701-1915. Phone: 570-826-2511.NPDES No.(Type)

    Facility Name &Address

    County &Municipality

    Stream Name(Watershed No.)

    EPA WaivedY/N?

    PA0064271(Sewage)

    Matthew and Christie Wieder SRSTP4926 Main Road WestEmmaus, PA 18049

    Lehigh CountyUpper MilfordTownship

    UNT to Leibert Creek(02C)

    Y

    Southcentral Region: Clean Water Program Manager, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Phone: 717-705-4707.NPDES No.(Type)

    Facility Name &Address

    County &Municipality

    Stream Name(Watershed #)

    EPA WaivedY/N?

    PA0247804(IW)

    PMP Investments LLC44 Denver RoadPO Box 300Denver, PA 17517-9334

    Lancaster County/East CocalicoTownship

    Stony Run/7-J Y

    PA0070050(IW)

    Reading Alloys, Inc.PO Box 53Robesonia, PA 19551

    Berks County/South HeidelbergTownship

    UNT to Spring Creek/3-C Y

    PAS803505(SW)

    HPT-PSC Properties TrustPetro Stopping Center—Carlisle24601 Center Ridge RoadWest Lake, OH 44145

    Cumberland County/Middlesex Township

    Letort Spring Run/7-B Y

    Southwest Regional Office: Regional Clean Water Program Manager, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4745,412.442.4000NPDES No.(Type)

    Facility Name &Address

    County &Municipality

    Stream Name(Watershed No.)

    EPA WaivedY/N?

    PA0025755(Sewage)

    Freeport Borough STPFreeport Borough414 Market StreetFreeport, PA 16229

    Armstrong CountyFreeport Borough

    Buffalo Creek(18-F)

    Y

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  • Northwest Region: Clean Water Program Manager, 230 Chestnut Street, Meadville, PA 16335-3481NPDES No.(Type)

    Facility Name &Address

    County &Municipality

    Stream Name(Watershed#)

    EPA WaivedY/N?

    PA0035556(Sewage)

    PA Dot—Rest Area 16I-79 SouthGrove City, PA 16127

    Lawrence CountyPlain GroveTownship

    Un-named tributary ofJamison Run(20-C)

    Y

    II. Applications for New or Expanded Facility Permits, Renewal of Major Permits and EPA Non-WaivedPermit Applications

    Southwest Regional Office: Regional Clean Water Program Manager, 400 Waterfront Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15222-4745,412.442.4000

    PA0025844, , SIC Code 9651, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control andPrevention, National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, P. O. Box 18070, Pittsburgh, PA 15236. Facility Name:Bruceton Research Center. This existing facility is located in South Park Township, Allegheny County.

    Description of Existing Activity: The application is for a renewal of an NPDES permit for an existing discharge oftreated industrial waste, treated abandoned mine drainage and untreated stormwater runoff.

    The receiving stream(s), Lick Run and McElheny run are located in State Water Plan watershed 19-C and is classifiedfor Trout Stocking, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. The discharge is not expected to affect public water supplies.

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 0.000000 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) XXX Report XXX XXX XXX XXXpH (S.U.) XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXBOD5 XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXOil and Grease XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Aluminum XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Iron XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Lead XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Manganese XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Mercury XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXX

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 101 are based on a design flow of 0.000037 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report Report XXX XXX XXX XXXpH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX 9.0 XXXTotal Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX 35 70 XXXTotal Aluminum XXX XXX XXX Report Report XXXTotal Iron XXX XXX XXX 3.5 7.0 XXXTotal Manganese XXX XXX XXX 2.0 4.0 XXX

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 002 are based on a design flow of 0.000000 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) XXX Report XXX XXX XXX XXXpH (S.U.) XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXBOD5 XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXOil and Grease XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Aluminum XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Iron XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Lead XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Manganese XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Mercury XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXX

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  • The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 005 are based on a design flow of 0.000505 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report Report XXX XXX XXX XXXpH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX 9.0Total Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX 30 60 XXXTotal Aluminum XXX XXX XXX 0.75 0.75 XXXTotal Antimony XXX XXX XXX 0.011 0.018 XXXTotal Arsenic XXX XXX XXX 0.02 0.032 XXXTotal Cadmium XXX XXX XXX 0.00055 0.00086 XXXHexavalent Chromium XXX XXX XXX 0.021 0.033 XXXTotal Cobalt XXX XXX XXX 0.04 0.06 XXXTotal Copper XXX XXX XXX 0.018 0.029 XXXTotal Iron XXX XXX XXX 1.5 3.0 XXXTotal Lead XXX XXX XXX 0.0065 0.01 XXXTotal Manganese XXX XXX XXX 2.0 3.2 XXXTotal Mercury XXX XXX XXX 0.0001 0.00016 XXXTotal Nickel XXX XXX XXX 0.1065 0.166 XXXTotal Selenium XXX XXX XXX 0.01 0.016 XXXTotal Silver XXX XXX XXX 0.005 0.008 XXXTotal Thallium XXX XXX XXX 0.0005 0.0008 XXXTotal Zinc XXX XXX XXX 0.157 0.245 XXXTotal Dissolved Solids XXX XXX XXX Report Report XXX

    The permittee is authorized to discharge non-polluting stormwater from its site through Outfalls 003, 004, SW-2, SW-4,SW-5 & SW-6.

    You may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at412-442-4000.

    The EPA Waiver is not in effect.

    Southeast Region: Clean Water Program Manager, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401. Telephone 484-250-5970

    PA0024121 A-2, Sewage, SIC Code 4941, 4952, Aqua Pennsylvania Wastewater Inc., 762 West Lancaster Avenue,Bryn Mawr, PA 19010-3489. Facility Name: Aqua PA Media STP. This existing facility is located in Upper ProvidenceTownship, Delaware County.

    Description of Existing Activity: The application is for NPDES permit for an existing discharge of treated Sewage.

    The receiving stream(s), Ridley Creek, is located in State Water Plan watershed 3-G and is classified for Trout Stockingand Migratory Fishes, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. The discharge is not expected to affect public watersupplies.

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 1.8 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    WeeklyAverage

    Instant.Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    WeeklyAverage

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report ReportDaily Max

    XXX XXX XXX XXX

    pH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX 9.0Dissolved Oxygen XXX XXX 5.0 XXX XXX XXXTotal Residual Chlorine XXX XXX XXX 0.3 XXX 1.0CBOD5

    Raw Sewage Influent Report XXX XXX Report XXX XXXMay 1 - Oct 31 225 375 XXX 15 25 30Nov 1 - Apr 30 375 600 XXX 25 40 50

    BOD5Raw Sewage Influent Report XXX XXX Report XXX XXX

    Total Suspended SolidsRaw Sewage Influent Report XXX XXX Report XXX XXX

    Total Suspended Solids 450 675 XXX 30 45 60Total Dissolved Solids XXX XXX XXX Report

    Daily MaxXXX XXX

    Fecal Coliform (CFU/100 ml)May 1 - Sep 30 XXX XXX XXX 200

    Geo MeanXXX 1,000

    Oct 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 200Geo Mean

    XXX 1,000*

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  • Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    WeeklyAverage

    Instant.Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    WeeklyAverage

    Instant.Maximum

    Total Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX Report XXX XXXAmmonia-Nitrogen

    May 1 - Oct 31 30 XXX XXX 2.0 XXX 4.0Nov 1 - Apr 30 90 XXX XXX 6.0 XXX 12.0

    Total Phosphorus XXX XXX XXX Report XXX XXXTotal Copper

    (Interim) XXX XXX XXX Report XXX Report(Final) 1.59 XXX XXX 0.106 XXX 0.212

    *Shall not exceed in more than 10% of samples.The proposed effluent limits for Outfalls 002 and 003 are based on an average flow of stormwater.

    Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    pH (S.U.) XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXCBOD5 XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXChemical Oxygen Demand XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXOil and Grease XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXFecal Coliform (CFU/100 ml) XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Kjeldahl Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Phosphorus XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXDissolved Iron XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXX

    In addition, the permit contains the following major special conditions:

    A. No Stormwater

    B. Acquire Necessary Property Rights

    C. Proper Sludge Disposal

    D. Chlorine Minimization

    E. Operator Notification

    F. WETT at Renewal

    G. TMDL/WLA Analysis

    H. Fecal Coliform Reporting

    I. Stormwater Condition

    You may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at484-250-5910.

    The EPA Waiver is not in effect.

    PA0244759, SEW, SIC Code 8811, Woodman Therese H, 2564 Crum Creek Road, Berwyn, PA 19312. Facility Name:Woodman SRSTP. This proposed facility is located in Easttown Township, Chester County.

    Description of Proposed Activity: The application is for a new NPDES permit for a new discharge of treated sewagefrom Woodman SRSTP.

    The receiving stream(s), Unnamed Tributary to Crum Creek, is located in State Water Plan watershed 3-G and isclassified for High Quality Waters—Cold Water Fishes and, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. The discharge is notexpected to affect public water supplies.

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 0.0005 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly Minimum Average

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report XXX XXX XXX XXX XXXpH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX 9.0Dissolved Oxygen XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX XXXBOD5 XXX XXX XXX 10 XXX 20Total Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX 10

    Avg MoXXX 20

    Fecal Coliform (CFU/100 ml) XXX XXX XXX 200Geo Mean

    XXX XXX

    UV Transmittance (%) XXX XXX Report XXX XXX XXXTotal Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXX

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  • Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly Minimum Average

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    Ammonia-Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX 3.0 XXX 6.0Total Phosphorus XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXX

    In addition, the permit contains the following major special conditions:

    A. AMR Submittal

    B. DMR Submittal

    C. Depth of Septage and Scum Measurements

    D. Solids Removal

    E. No Storm Water

    F. Property Rights

    G. Sludge Removal

    H. ACT 537

    You may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at484-250-5910.

    The EPA Waiver is in effect.

    PA0244732, SEW, SIC Code 8811, Huber Mark, 1305 Yellow Springs Road, Chester Springs, PA 19425. Facility Name:Huber Residence. This proposed facility is located in East Pikeland Township, Chester County.

    Description of Proposed Activity: The application is for a new NPDES permit for a new discharge of treated sewagefrom Huber SRSTP.

    The receiving stream(s), Pine Creek, is located in State Water Plan watershed 3-D and is classified for High QualityWaters—Trout Stocking and Mi, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. The discharge is not expected to affect publicwater supplies.

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 0.0005 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report XXX XXX XXX XXX XXXpH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX 9.0Dissolved Oxygen XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX XXXBOD5 XXX XXX XXX 10 XXX 20Total Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX 10 XXX 20Fecal Coliform (CFU/100 ml) XXX XXX XXX 200

    Geo MeanXXX XXX

    Total Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXAmmonia-Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX 3.0 6.0 XXXTotal Phosphorus XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXUV Transmittance (%) XXX XXX Report XXX XXX XXX

    In addition, the permit contains the following major special conditions:

    A. AMR Submittal

    B. DMR Submittal

    C. Depth of Septage and Scum Measurements

    D. Solids Removal

    E. No Storm Water

    F. Property Rights

    G. Sludge Removal

    H. ACT 537

    You may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at484-250-5910.

    The EPA Waiver is in effect.

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  • Southcentral Region: Clean Water Program Manager, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Phone: 717-705-4707.PA0020826, Sewage, SIC Code 4952, Dover Township, 2480 West Canal Road, Dover, PA 17315. Facility Name:

    Dover Township STP. This existing facility is located in Dover Township, York County.Description of Existing Activity: The application is for a renewal of an NPDES permit for an existing discharge of

    treated Sewage.The receiving stream(s), Little Conewago Creek, is located in State Water Plan watershed 7-F and is classified for Trout

    Stocking, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. The discharge is not expected to affect public water supplies.The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 8.0 MGDs.

    Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    WeeklyAverage

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report Report XXX XXX XXX XXXpH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX 9.0Dissolved Oxygen XXX XXX 5.0 XXX XXX XXXUV Transmittance (%) XXX XXX Report XXX XXX XXXCBOD5

    May 1 - Oct 31 667 1,000Wkly Avg

    XXX 10 15 20

    Nov 1 - Apr 30 1,334 2,000Wkly Avg

    XXX 20 30 40

    BOD5Raw Sewage Influent Report Report XXX Report XXX XXX

    Total Suspended Solids 2,000 3,000Wkly Avg

    XXX 30 45 60

    Total Suspended SolidsRaw Sewage Influent Report Report XXX Report XXX XXX

    Fecal Coliform (CFU/100 ml)May 1 - Sep 30 XXX XXX XXX 200

    Geo MeanXXX 1,000

    Oct 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 2,000Geo Mean

    XXX 10,000

    Ammonia-NitrogenMay 1 - Oct 31 100 XXX XXX 1.5 XXX 3.0Nov 1 - Apr 30 300 XXX XXX 4.5 XXX 9.0

    Total Phosphorus 133 XXX XXX 2.0 XXX 4.0Bis(2-Ethylhexyl)Phthalate

    (Interim) Report Report XXX Report ReportDaily Max

    XXX

    (Final) 0.127 0.193 XXX 0.0019 0.0029DailyMax

    XXX

    The proposed monitoring requirements and, where appropriate, effluent limits for implementation of the ChesapeakeBay Tributary Strategy are as follows for Outfall 001.

    Mass (lbs) Concentration (mg/l)

    Parameters Monthly Annual MinimumMonthlyAverage Maximum

    Ammonia—N Report Report XXX Report XXXKjeldahl—N Report XXX XXX Report XXXNitrate-Nitrite as N Report XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Nitrogen Report Report XXX Report XXXTotal Phosphorus Report Report XXX Report XXXNet Total Nitrogen Report 146,117 XXX XXX XXXNet Total Phosphorus Report 19,482 XXX XXX XXX

    * This permit contains conditions which authorize the permittee to apply nutrient reduction credits to meet the NetTotal Nitrogen and the Net Total Phosphorus effluent mass limits, under the Department’s Chapter 96 regulations. Thecondition includes the requirement to report the application of these credits in Supplemental Discharge MonitoringReports (DMRs) submitted to the Department.

    In addition, the permit contains the following major special conditions:

    • Pretreatment Program Implementation• Toxics Reduction Evaluation (TRE) Requirements• Whole Effluent Toxicity RequirementsYou may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at

    717-705-4732.

    The EPA Waiver is not in effect.

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  • PA0081876, Sewage, SIC Code 4952, 6515, Audubon Park Inc., 322 S Hanover Street, Carlisle, PA 17013. FacilityName: Audubon Park MHP. This existing facility is located in Monaghan Township, York County.

    Description of Existing Activity: The application is for a renewal of an NPDES permit for an existing discharge oftreated Sewage.

    The receiving stream(s), Unnamed Tributary to Yellow Breeches Creek, is located in State Water Plan watershed 7-Eand is classified for Cold Water Fishes, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. The discharge is not expected to affectpublic water supplies.

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 0.015 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report Report XXX XXX XXX XXXpH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX 9.0Dissolved Oxygen XXX XXX 5.0 XXX XXX XXXTotal Residual Chlorine XXX XXX XXX 0.5 XXX 1.6CBOD5 XXX XXX XXX 10 XXX 20Total Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX 10 XXX 20Fecal Coliform (CFU/100 ml)

    May 1 - Sep 30 XXX XXX XXX 200Geo Mean

    XXX 1,000

    Oct 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 2,000Geo Mean

    XXX 10,000

    Nitrate-Nitrite as N Report XXX XXX Report XXX XXXTotal Nitrogen Report Report

    Total AnnualXXX Report XXX XXX

    Ammonia-NitrogenMay 1 - Oct 31 XXX XXX XXX 3.0 XXX 6.0Nov 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 9.0 XXX 18

    Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen Report XXX XXX Report XXX XXXTotal Phosphorus XXX XXX XXX 2.0 XXX 4.0Total Phosphorus Report Report

    Total AnnualXXX Report XXX XXX

    You may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at717-705-4732.

    The EPA Waiver is in effect.

    PA0260118, Sewage, SIC Code 6515, Chesapeake Estates of New Oxford LLLP, 585 Martin Road, Gettysburg, PA17325. Facility Name: Chesapeake Estates of New Oxford MHP STP. This existing facility is located in Mount PleasantTownship, Adams County.

    Description of Existing Activity: The application is for a renewal of an NPDES permit for an existing discharge oftreated Sewage.

    The receiving stream, South Branch Conewago Creek, is located in State Water Plan watershed 7-F and is classified forWarm Water Fishes, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. The discharge is not expected to affect public watersupplies.

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 0.062328 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report Report XXX XXX XXX XXXpH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX 9.0Dissolved Oxygen XXX XXX 5.0 XXX XXX XXXCBOD5 XXX XXX XXX 25 XXX 50Total Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX 30 XXX 60Fecal Coliform (CFU/100 ml)

    May 1 - Sep 30 XXX XXX XXX 200Geo Mean

    XXX 1,000

    Oct 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 2,000Geo Mean

    XXX 10,000

    Total Residual Chlorine XXX XXX XXX 0.50 XXX 1.63Ammonia-Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX Report XXX XXX

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  • The proposed monitoring requirements and, where appropriate, effluent limits for implementation of the ChesapeakeBay Tributary Strategy are as follows for Outfall 001.

    Mass (lbs) Concentration (mg/l)

    Parameters Monthly Annual MinimumMonthlyAverage Maximum

    Ammonia—N Report Report XXX Report XXXKjeldahl—N Report XXX XXX Report XXXNitrate-Nitrite as N Report XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Nitrogen Report Report XXX Report XXXTotal Phosphorus Report Report XXX Report XXXNet Total Nitrogen Report 1,339 XXX XXX XXXNet Total Phosphorus Report 243 XXX XXX XXX

    * This permit contains conditions which authorize the permittee to apply nutrient reduction credits to meet the NetTotal Nitrogen and the Net Total Phosphorus effluent mass limits, under the Department’s Chapter 96 regulations. Thecondition includes the requirement to report the application of these credits in Supplemental Discharge MonitoringReports (DMRs) submitted to the Department.

    You may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at717-705-4732.

    The EPA Waiver is not in effect.

    PA0086304, Sewage, SIC Code 4952, Earl Township Sewer Authority, 517 North Railroad Avenue, New Holland, PA17557. Facility Name: Earl Township Sewer Authority WWTP. This existing facility is located in Earl Township,Lancaster County.

    Description of Existing Activity: The application is for a renewal of an NPDES permit for an existing discharge oftreated Sewage.

    The receiving stream, Mill Creek, is located in State Water Plan watershed 7-J and is classified for Warm Water Fishesand Migratory Fishes, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. The discharge is not expected to affect public watersupplies.

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 0.280 (for interim limits) and 0.650 MGD (forfinal limits).

    Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    WeeklyAverage

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report Report XXX XXX XXX XXXpH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX 9.0Dissolved Oxygen XXX XXX 5.0 XXX XXX XXXUV Transmittance (%)

    (Final) XXX XXX Report Report XXX XXXBOD5

    Raw Sewage Influent Report Report XXX Report XXX XXXTotal Suspended Solids

    Raw Sewage Influent Report Report XXX Report XXX XXXCBOD5

    (Interim) 58 93Wkly Avg

    XXX 25 40 50

    (Final) 136 217Wkly Avg

    XXX 25 40 50

    Total Suspended Solids(Interim) 70 105

    Wkly AvgXXX 30 45 60

    (Final) 163 244Wkly Avg

    XXX 30 45 60

    Fecal Coliform (CFU/100 ml)May 1 - Sep 30 XXX XXX XXX 200

    Geo MeanXXX 1,000

    Oct 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 2,000Geo Mean

    XXX 10,000

    Ammonia-NitrogenMay 1 - Oct 31 (Interim) 8.2 XXX XXX 3.5 XXX 7.0Nov 1 - Apr 30 (Interim) 25 XXX XXX 10.5 XXX 21May 1 - Oct 31 (Final) 19 XXX XXX 3.5 XXX 7.0Nov 1 - Apr 30 (Final) 57 XXX XXX 10.5 XXX 21

    Total Phosphorus(Interim) 4.7 XXX XXX 2.0 XXX 4.0(Final) 11 XXX XXX 2.0 XXX 4.0

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  • The proposed monitoring requirements and, where appropriate, effluent limits for implementation of the ChesapeakeBay Tributary Strategy are as follows for Outfall 001.

    Mass (lbs) Concentration (mg/l)

    Parameters Monthly Annual MinimumMonthlyAverage Maximum

    Ammonia—N Report Report XXX Report XXXKjeldahl—N Report XXX XXX Report XXXNitrate-Nitrite as N Report XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Nitrogen Report Report XXX Report XXXTotal Phosphorus Report Report XXX Report XXXNet Total Nitrogen (Final) Report 7,306 XXX XXX XXXNet Total Phosphorus (Final) Report 974 XXX XXX XXX

    * This permit contains conditions which authorize the permittee to apply nutrient reduction credits to meet the NetTotal Nitrogen and the Net Total Phosphorus effluent mass limits, under the Department’s Chapter 96 regulations. Thecondition includes the requirement to report the application of these credits in Supplemental Discharge MonitoringReports (DMRs) submitted to the Department.

    You may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at717-705-4732.

    The EPA waiver is not in effect.

    PA0046680, Industrial Waste, SIC Code 4953, 562212, Republic Services of PA, LLC, 4400 Mt. Pisgah Road, York,PA 17406. Facility Name: Modern Landfill. This existing facility is located in Windsor Township and Lower WindsorTownship, York County.

    Description of Existing Activity: The application is for a renewal of an NPDES permit for an existing discharge oftreated Industrial Waste.

    The receiving stream, Kreutz Creek and Unnamed Tributary to Kreutz Creek, is located in State Water Plan watershed7-I and is classified for Warm Water Fishes and Migratory Fishes, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. Thedischarge is not expected to affect public water supplies.

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 0.5 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report Report XXX XXX XXX XXXpH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX 9.0Dissolved Oxygen XXX XXX 5.0 XXX XXX XXXTotal Residual Chlorine XXX XXX 0.25

    Avg MoReport

    Daily MaxXXX 0.81

    CBOD5 41.7 83.4 XXX 10 20 25Total Suspended Solids 41.7 83.4 XXX 10 20 25Osmotic Pressure (mOs/kg) XXX XXX XXX 129 183 322Fecal Coliform (CFU/100 ml)

    May 1 - Sep 30 XXX XXX XXX 200Geo Mean

    XXX 1,000

    Oct 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 2,000Geo Mean

    XXX 10,000

    Ammonia-NitrogenMay 1 - Oct 31 4.17 8.34 XXX 1.0 2.0 2.5Nov 1 - Apr 30 12.5 25.0 XXX 3.0 6.0 7.5

    Total Phosphorus XXX XXX XXX 2.0 XXX 4.0Total Boron 17.2 23.0 XXX 4.12 5.52 10.3Total Copper XXX XXX XXX Report Report XXXTotal Lead XXX XXX XXX Report Report XXXTotal Zinc 0.344 0.416 XXX 0.0825 0.0998 0.206Phenol 0.0289 0.0377 XXX 0.00692 0.00903 0.0173a-Terpineol 0.0128 0.0264 XXX 0.00307 0.00634 0.00767Benzoic Acid 0.0567 0.0959 XXX 0.0136 0.0230 0.0340Bis(2-Ethylhexyl)Phthalate 0.062 0.106 XXX 0.0149 0.0253 0.0372p-Cresol 0.0112 0.0200 XXX 0.00269 0.00480 0.00672Tetrachloroethylene XXX XXX XXX Report Report XXX

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  • The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 002 are based on a design flow of 0.0 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    pH (S.U.) XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXBOD5 XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Dissolved Solids XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXAmmonia-Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Antimony XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Boron XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXHexavalent Chromium XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Copper XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Iron XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Lead XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Magnesium XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Nickel XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Zinc XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXX

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 003 are based on a design flow of 0.0 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    pH (S.U.) XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXBOD5 XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Dissolved Solids XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXAmmonia-Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Antimony XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Boron XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXHexavalent Chromium XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Copper XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Iron XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Lead XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Magnesium XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Nickel XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Zinc XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXX

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 004 are based on a design flow of 0.0 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    pH (S.U.) XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXBOD5 XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Dissolved Solids XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXAmmonia-Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Antimony XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Boron XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXHexavalent Chromium XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Copper XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Iron XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Lead XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Magnesium XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Nickel XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Zinc XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXX

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 005 are based on a design flow of 0.0 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    pH (S.U.) XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXBOD5 XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Dissolved Solids XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXX

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  • Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    Ammonia-Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Antimony XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Boron XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXHexavalent Chromium XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Copper XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Iron XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Lead XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Magnesium XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Nickel XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Zinc XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXPhenol XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXa-Terpineol XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXBenzoic Acid XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXp-Cresol XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXX

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 006 are based on a design flow of 0.0 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    pH (S.U.) XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXBOD5 XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Dissolved Solids XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXAmmonia-Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Antimony XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Boron XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXHexavalent Chromium XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Copper XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Iron XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Lead XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Magnesium XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Nickel XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Zinc XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXPhenol XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXa-Terpineol XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXBenzoic Acid XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXp-Cresol XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Nitrogen XXX XXX XXX XXX Report XXX

    The proposed monitoring requirements and, where appropriate, effluent limits for implementation of the ChesapeakeBay Tributary Strategy are as follows for Outfall 001.

    Mass (lbs) Concentration (mg/l)

    Parameters Monthly Annual MinimumMonthlyAverage Maximum

    Ammonia—N Report Report XXX Report XXXKjeldahl—N Report XXX XXX Report XXXNitrate-Nitrite as N Report XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Nitrogen Report Report XXX Report XXXTotal Phosphorus Report Report XXX Report XXXNet Total Nitrogen Report 48,803 XXX XXX XXXNet Total Phosphorus Report 131 XXX XXX XXX

    * This permit contains conditions which authorize the permittee to apply nutrient reduction credits to meet the NetTotal Nitrogen and the Net Total Phosphorus effluent mass limits, under the Department’s Chapter 96 regulations. Thecondition includes the requirement to report the application of these credits in Supplemental Discharge MonitoringReports (DMRs) submitted to the Department.

    You may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at717-705-4732.

    The EPA Waiver is not in effect.

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  • PA0022209, Sewage, SIC Code 4952, Bedford Borough Municipal Authority, 244 W Penn Street, Bedford, PA15522-1226. Facility Name: Bedford Borough STP. This existing facility is located in Bedford Borough, Bedford County.

    Description of Existing Activity: The application is for a renewal of an NPDES permit for an existing discharge oftreated Sewage.

    The receiving stream(s), Raystown Branch Juniata River is located in State Water Plan watershed 11-C and isclassified for Trout Stocking, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. The discharge is not expected to affect publicwater supplies.

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 1.5 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    WeeklyAverage

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report Report XXX XXX XXX XXXpH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX 9.0Dissolved Oxygen XXX XXX 5.0 XXX XXX XXXCBOD5 250 400

    Wkly AvgXXX 20 32 40

    BOD5Raw Sewage Influent Report Report XXX Report XXX XXX

    Total Suspended SolidsRaw Sewage Influent Report Report XXX Report XXX XXX

    Total Suspended Solids 375 563Wkly Avg

    XXX 30 45 60

    Fecal Coliform (CFU/100 ml)May 1 - Sep 30 XXX XXX XXX 200

    Geo MeanXXX 1,000

    Oct 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 2,000Geo Mean

    XXX 10,000

    Ammonia-NitrogenMay 1 - Oct 31 94 XXX XXX 7.5 XXX 15Nov 1 - Apr 30 Report XXX XXX Report XXX Report

    Total Phosphorus 25 XXX XXX 2.0 XXX 4.0Total Copper Report XXX XXX Report XXX ReportUV Dosage (mjoules/cm2) XXX XXX Report XXX XXX XXX

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 002 are based on a design flow of 0.000000 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report Report XXX XXX XXX XXX

    The proposed monitoring requirements and, where appropriate, effluent limits for implementation of the ChesapeakeBay Tributary Strategy are as follows for Outfall 001.

    Mass (lbs) Concentration (mg/l)

    Parameters Monthly Annual MinimumMonthlyAverage Maximum

    Ammonia—N Report Report XXX Report XXXKjeldahl—N Report XXX XXX Report XXXNitrate-Nitrite as N Report XXX XXX Report XXXTotal Nitrogen Report Report XXX Report XXXTotal Phosphorus Report Report XXX Report XXXNet Total Nitrogen Report 27,397 XXX XXX XXXNet Total Phosphorus Report 3,653 XXX XXX XXX

    * This permit contains conditions which authorize the permittee to apply nutrient reduction credits to meet the NetTotal Nitrogen and the Net Total Phosphorus effluent mass limits, under the Department’s Chapter 96 regulations. Thecondition includes the requirement to report the application of these credits in Supplemental Discharge MonitoringReports (DMRs) submitted to the Department.

    In addition, the permit contains the following major special conditions:

    • The permittee is granted 8000lbs/year Total Nitrogen offsets to meet the Net Total Nitrogen cap load.• Stormwater Requirements• CSO Compliance Requirements• WETT RequirementsYou may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at

    717-705-4732.

    The EPA Waiver is not in effect.

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  • Northcentral Region: Clean Water Program Manager, 208 West Third Street, Williamsport, PA 17701PA0023248, Sewage, SIC Code 4952, Berwick Area Joint Sewer Authority, 1108 Freas Avenue, Berwick, PA

    18603-1710. Facility Name: Berwick Municipal Authority WWTP. This existing facility is located in Berwick Borough,Columbia County.

    Description of Existing Activity: The application is for a renewal of an NPDES permit for an existing discharge oftreated Sewage.

    The receiving stream(s), Susquehanna River, is located in State Water Plan watershed 5-D and is classified for WarmWater Fishes, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. The discharge is not expected to affect public water supplies.

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 2.2 MGDs.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    WeeklyAverage

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report Report XXX XXX XXX XXXpH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX 9.0Dissolved Oxygen XXX XXX Report XXX XXX XXXTotal Residual Chlorine XXX XXX XXX 0.5 XXX 1.6CBOD5 459 734

    Wkly AvgXXX 25 40 50

    BOD5Raw Sewage Influent Report Report XXX Report XXX XXX

    Total Suspended Solids 550 826Wkly Avg

    XXX 30 45 60

    Total Suspended SolidsRaw Sewage Influent Report Report XXX Report XXX XXX

    Fecal Coliform (CFU/100 ml)May 1 - Sep 30 XXX XXX XXX 200

    Geo MeanXXX 1,000

    Oct 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 2,000Geo Mean

    XXX 10,000

    Ammonia-Nitrogen Report XXX XXX Report XXX Report

    The proposed monitoring requirements and, where appropriate, effluent limits for implementation of the ChesapeakeBay Tributary Strategy are as follows for Outfall 001.

    Mass (lbs) Concentration (mg/l)

    Parameters Monthly Annual MinimumMonthlyAverage Maximum

    Ammonia—N Report Report ReportKjeldahl—N Report ReportNitrate-Nitrite as N Report ReportTotal Nitrogen Report Report ReportTotal Phosphorus Report Report ReportNet Total Nitrogen Report 66,848Net Total Phosphorus Report 8,913

    You may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at570-327-3693.

    The EPA Waiver is not in effect.

    PA0026557, Sewage, SIC Code 4952, Municipal Authority of the City of Sunbury, 462 South 4th Street, Sunbury,PA 17801-3134. Facility Name: Sunbury Municipal Authority Wastewater Treatment Facility. This existing facility islocated in Sunbury City, Northumberland County.

    Description of Existing Activity: The application is for a renewal of an NPDES permit for an existing discharge oftreated Sewage.

    The receiving stream(s), Shamokin Creek, is located in State Water Plan watershed 6-B and is classified for Cold WaterFishes and Warm Water Fishes, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. The discharge is not expected to affect publicwater supplies.

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 4.2 MGDs.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    WeeklyAverage Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    WeeklyAverage

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report Report XXX XXX XXX XXXpH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX 9.0Dissolved Oxygen XXX XXX Report XXX XXX XXXUV Transmittance (%) XXX XXX Report XXX XXX XXXTotal Residual Chlorine XXX XXX XXX 0.3 XXX 1.0

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  • Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    WeeklyAverage Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    WeeklyAverage

    Instant.Maximum

    CBOD5 875 1,400 XXX 25 40 50BOD5

    Raw Sewage Influent Report Report XXX Report XXX XXXTotal Suspended Solids 1,050 1,575 XXX 30 45 60Total Suspended Solids

    Raw Sewage Influent Report Report XXX Report XXX XXXFecal Coliform (CFU/100 ml)

    May 1 - Sep 30 XXX XXX XXX 200Geo Mean

    XXX 1,000

    Oct 1 - Apr 30 XXX XXX XXX 2,000Geo Mean

    XXX 10,000

    Ammonia-NitrogenMay 1 - Oct 31 585 875 XXX 16 25 33Nov 1 - Apr 30 Report Report XXX Report Report Report

    The proposed monitoring requirements and, where appropriate, effluent limits for implementation of the ChesapeakeBay Tributary Strategy are as follows for Outfall 001.

    Mass (lbs) Concentration (mg/l)

    Parameters Monthly Annual MinimumMonthlyAverage Maximum

    Ammonia—N Report Report ReportKjeldahl—N Report ReportNitrate-Nitrite as N Report ReportTotal Nitrogen Report Report ReportTotal Phosphorus Report Report ReportNet Total Nitrogen Report 76,711Net Total Phosphorus Report 10,228

    You may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at570-327-3693.

    The EPA Waiver is not in effect.

    PA0232602 A-1, Industrial, SIC Code 4911, Hummel Station LLC, 4100 Spring Valley, Dallas, TX 75244. FacilityName: Hummel Station LLC. This existing facility is located in Shamokin Dam Borough, Snyder County.

    Description of Existing Activity: The application is to amend an existing NPDES permit for a proposed discharge ofcooling tower blowdown.

    The receiving stream(s), Susquehanna River, is located in State Water Plan watershed 6-B and is classified for WarmWater Fishes and Migratory Fishes, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. The discharge is not expected to affectpublic water supplies.

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 002 are based on a design flow of 1.553 MGD.Mass (lb/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    DailyMaximum

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report Report XXX XXX XXX XXXpH (S.U.) XXX XXX 6.0 XXX XXX 9.0Free Available Chlorine XXX XXX XXX 0.2 XXX 0.5Temperature (°F) XXX XXX XXX XXX 110 XXXTotal Arsenic Report

    Avg QrtlyXXX XXX Report

    Avg QrtlyXXX XXX

    Total Cadmium ReportAvg Qrtly

    XXX XXX ReportAvg Qrtly

    XXX XXX

    Total Chromium 1.65 1.65 XXX 0.2 0.2 0.2Total Copper 0.25 0.51 XXX 0.02 0.04 0.05Dissolved Iron XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 7.0Total Thallium Report

    Avg QrtlyXXX XXX Report

    Avg QrtlyXXX XXX

    Total PCBs (µg/L) XXX XXX XXX XXX XXX 0.25

    You may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at570-327-3693.

    The EPA Waiver is not in effect.

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  • Northwest Region: Clean Water Program Manager, 230 Chestnut Street, Meadville, PA 16335-3481

    PA0273058, Sewage, SIC Code 8800, George F. Reeher, 4370 US Highway 322, Jamestown, PA 16134. Facility Name:George F. Reeher SRSTP. This proposed facility is located in West Salem Township, Mercer County.

    Description of Proposed Activity: The application is for a new NPDES permit for a new discharge of treated sewage.

    The receiving stream, an Unnamed Tributary to the Big Run, is located in State Water Plan watershed 20-A and isclassified for Warm Water Fishes, aquatic life, water supply and recreation. The discharge is not expected to affect publicwater supplies.

    The proposed effluent limits for Outfall 001 are based on a design flow of 0.0004 MGD.Mass (lbs/day) Concentration (mg/l)

    ParametersAverageMonthly Minimum

    AverageMonthly

    Instant.Maximum

    Flow (MGD) Report XXX XXX XXX XXX XXXBOD5 XXX XXX XXX 10 XXX 20Total Suspended Solids XXX XXX XXX 10 XXX 20Fecal Coliform (CFU/100 ml) XXX XXX XXX 200

    Geo MeanXXX XXX

    You may make an appointment to review the DEP files on this case by calling the File Review Coordinator at814-332-6340.

    The EPA Waiver is in effect.

    III. WQM Industrial Waste and Sewerage Applications under The Clean Streams Law

    Southeast Region: Clean Water Program Manager, 2 East Main Street, Norristown, PA 19401, 484.250.5900

    WQM Permit No. 1515401, Sewage, Therese Woodman, 120 Calista Lane, Phoenixville, PA 19460.

    This proposed facility is located in Easttown Township, Chester County.

    Description of Action/Activity: Single residence small flow sewage treatment plant.

    Southcentral Region: Clean Water Program Manager, 909 Elmerton Avenue, Harrisburg, PA 17110. Phone: 717-705-4707.

    WQM Permit No. WQG01501501, Sewerage, Jeffrey Simmons, Jr., 1858 New Valley Road, Marysville, PA 17053.

    This proposed facility is located in Rye Township, Perry County.

    Description of Proposed Action/Activity: Seeking permit approval for the construction/operation operation of a singleresidence sewage treatment facility to serve their single family residence.

    WQM Permit No. WQG02381501, Sewerage, South Lebanon Township, 1800 South 5th Avenue, Lebanon, PA17042-7909.

    This proposed facility is located in South Lebanon Township, Lebanon County.

    Description of Proposed Action/Activity: Seeking permit approval for the construction/operation of the Oxford Drive andMonticello Drive Sanitary Sewer Extension and Pump Station.

    WQM Permit No. 0190401, Amendment #1, Sewerage, ARM 2, LLC, Pine Run Mobile Home Park, 1880 Pine RunRoad, Abbottstown, PA 17301.

    This proposed facility is located in Hamilton Township, Adams County.

    Description of Proposed Action/Activity: Seeking permit approval for the replacement of chlorination/dechlorinationwith ultraviolet disinfection.

    WQM Permit No. 0615402, Sewerage, Amity Township, 2004 Weavertown Road, PO Box 215, Douglassville, PA19548-8971.

    This proposed facility is located in Amity Township, Berks County.

    Description of Proposed Action/Activity: Seeking permit approval for the construction/operation of improvements toPump Stations 2 and 4. Pump Stations 2 and 4 are hydraulically overloaded, both pump stations are to be expanded totriplex pump stations so that two pumps can run at any given time.

    WQM Permit No. 0115402, Sewerage, Lake Meade Municipal Authority, 59 Curtis Drive, East Berlin, PA 17316.

    This proposed facility is located in Latimore Township, Adams County.

    Description of Proposed Action/Activity: Seeking permit approval for replacement of a submersible pumping station(PS #3) with a suction life pumping station with greater capacity.

    WQM Permit No. 6715403, Sewerage, Spring Grove Borough, 1 Campus Avenue, Spring

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