12/13/2021 1:12:27 PM
9/23/2021 12:06:47 PM
Agenda Item Number
Amending Chapter 201 of Code of IRC
State Filed Date
Code of Indian River County
Amending Section 201.64 and creating Section 201.681 under the County’s Industrial
Pretreatment Regulations of Chapter 201 of the Code of Indian River County
to include Regulations of Discharges from Dental Facilities
Codified or Exempt
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(71 0) Cooling water. The water discharged from any use such as air <br />conditioning, cooling or refrigeration, or to which the only pollutant added <br />is heat. <br />(8j 1) Daily maximum: The arithmetic average of all effluent samples for a <br />pollutant collected during a calendar day. <br />(R12) Director. The director of the county's department of utilities services <br />or the director's designee. <br />(4-A13) Domestic wastewater. Wastewater derived principally from <br />dwellings, business buildings, institutions, and other non -industrial <br />sources. <br />(44 14) Environmental Protection Agency or EPA: The U.S. Environmental <br />Protection Agency or, where appropriate, the regional water management <br />division director, or other duly authorized official, of such agency. <br />(4215) Existing Source: Any source of discharge, the construction or <br />operation of which began before publication by EPA of proposed <br />categorical pretreatment standards, and to which categorical pretreatment <br />standards will be applicable if the categorical pretreatment standard is <br />thereafter promulgated in accordance with Section 307 of the Act. With <br />respect to section 201.681, any facility subject to this Section whose first <br />discharge to the sewer collection system occurred on or before July 14, <br />2017. <br />(4 16) Grab sample: A sample that is taken from a waste stream without <br />regard to the flow in the waste stream and taken over a time period not to <br />exceed fifteen (15) minutes. <br />(4417) Hazardous waste pharmaceutical. A pharmaceutical that is a solid <br />waste, as defined in Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations (40 CFR) <br />section 261.2, and exhibits one (1) or more characteristics identified in 40 <br />CFR part 261 subpart C or is listed in 40 CFR part 261 subpart D. <br />(4x18) Healthcare facility. Any person that is lawfully authorized to: <br />a. Provide preventative, diagnostic, therapeutic, rehabilitative, <br />maintenance or palliative care, and counseling, service, <br />assessment or procedure with respect to the physical or mental <br />condition, or functional status, of a human or animal or that affects <br />the structure or function of the human or animal body; or <br />b. Distribute, sell, or dispense pharmaceuticals. This definition <br />includes, but is not limited to, wholesale distributors, third -party <br />logistics providers that serve as forward distributors, military <br />
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