The pretreatment programs have the goal of eliminating of pollutants, reducing the amount of pollutants, or changing the pollutants to a less contaminating state, prior to, or in lieu of, discharging them into the sewers, storm drain system or the waters of the State.
Pretreatment can be obtained by physical, chemical or biological processes.
See 40 Code of Federal Regulation (CFR) at Section 403.6 (d). for more information.
In this section...
LOCAL INDUSTRIAL USER
Information for businesses discharging less than 25,000 gallons per day of process wastewater to the sewer and not covered under Federal Categorical Pretreatment Standards.
SIGNIFICANT INDUSTRIAL USER: FEDERAL CATEGORICAL
Any discharger of wastewater who is subject to National Categorical Pretreatment Standards
SIGNIFICANT INDUSTRIAL USER: NON-CATEGORICAL
Any other business that discharges an average of 25,000 gallons or more per day of process wastewater to the sewer.
FATS, OIL & GREASE CONTROL
Information about the Program destined to control the release of Fats, Oil and Grease from food services establishments.
Information for Dental Offices.
Information for Dry Cleaners
Information for businesses providing mobile car and vehicle washing
SEPTAGE AND PRIVATE SEPTAGE DISPOSAL FACILITIES
Information for business that discharge septage directly to the sewer.