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06-096DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

Table 405.2 -- Compliance Toxicity Equivalency Factors

PCDDs

TEF

PCDFs

TEF

mono-, di and triCDDs

0

mono-, di and triCDFs

0

2,3,7,8-TCDDs

1

2,3,7,8-TCDFs

0.1

total other TCDD

0.01

total other TCDF

0.001

2,3,7,8-PeCDDs

0.5

,2,3,7,8-PeCDFs

0.1

total other PeCDD

0.005

total other PeCDF

0.001

2,3,7,8-HxCDDs

0.04

2,3,7,8-HxCDFs

0.01

total other HxCDD

0.0004

total other HxCDF

0.0001

2,3,7,8-HpCDDs

0.001

2,3,7,8-HpCDFs

0.001

total other HpCDD

0.00001

total other HpCDF

0.00001

OCDD

0

OCDF

0.001

(n)Non-hazardous determination. Initial characterization of any residual proposed for agronomic utilization must include a determination that the residual is non-hazardous. This determination must be made either through TCLP testing or through calculation utilizing the methodology described in Appendix 405.E.

(o)Other. The Department may require analysis for other parameters that, based on a description of the process generating the residual, may be in the residual in significant concentrations to adversely impact the utilization program.

(3)Follow-up Residual Analysis. Follow-up sampling and analysis. The frequency of follow-up sampling and analysis will be established by license condition, and determined based on the initial analytical results for the residual, the Department's data base of analytical results, the potential for these compounds to be present in the material, and other factors as appropriate.

Sewage sludge must be analyzed for total arsenic, cadmium, chromium, copper, lead, mercury, molybdenum, nickel, selenium and zinc at the frequency in Table 405.3 unless otherwise approved by the Department based on specific characteristics.

Table 405.3

Dry Tons of Sludge

Produced Annually

Sampling and Analysis

Frequency

Analysis Results - Reports Due on 15th of Month Listed

<200

Twice per year

July, January

200 - 1000,

Quarterly

April, July, October, January

1001 – 2000

Bi-monthly

March, May, July, September, November, January

>2000

Monthly

Each month

Chapter 405: Water Quality Monitoring, Leachate Monitoring, and Waste Characterization

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