stormwater bmps for Industrial Sector I Oil Gas Extraction Facilities

Stormwater BMPs for Industrial Sector I, Oil Gas Extraction Facilities, Stormwater Permitting Guide

Industrial Sector I, Oil Gas Extraction Facilities

Common Scale-Based, Non-Structural Stormwater BMPs for Industrial Sector I:

  • Use diking and other forms of containment and diversion around material handling and processing areas.
  • Re-use collected stormwater for industrial process or as an irrigation source.
  • Prevent and contain spills and drips.
  • Drain all parts of fluids prior to disposal. Oil filters can be crushed and recycled.
  • Clean up leaks, drips, and other spills without using large amounts of water. Use absorbents for dry cleanup whenever possible.
  • Do not pour liquid waste into floor drains, sinks, outdoor storm drain inlets, or other storm drains or sewer connections
  • Minimize/eliminate run-on into fueling areas with diversion dikes, berms, curbing, surface grading or other equivalent measures.
  • Regularly inspect and perform preventive maintenance on fuel storage tanks to detect potential leaks before they occur.
  • Re-use collected stormwater for industrial process or as an irrigation source.
  • Use drip pan under the transfer hose.
  • And More...

Stormwater BMP Applicable SIC Codes for Industrial Sector I:


Common Type-Based, Structural BMPs for Industrial Sector I

  • Point BMP
    • Constructed Wetland
    • Infiltration Basin
    • Bioretention
    • Sand Filter (surface)
    • Rain Barrel
    • Cistern
    • Wet Pond
    • Dry Pond
  • Linear BMP
    • Grassed Swale
    • Infiltration Trench
    • Vegetated Filter Strip
    • Sand Filter (non-surface)
  • Area BMP
    • Green Roof
    • Porous Pavement

Common Pollutant Sources for Industrial Sector I:

  • Exposure of lumber, residues, and vehicles/equipment to precipitation
  • Parts cleaning
  • Waste disposal of oily rags, oil and gas filters, batteries, coolants, degreasers
  • Fluid replacement including hydraulic fluid, oil, transmission fluid, radiator fluids, and grease
  • Diesel fuel

Common Toxicants for Industrial Sector I

  • Nutrients
    • nitrates
  • Pesticides
    • 2,4-D γ -BHC (lindane)
    • malathion
    • atrazine
    • chlordane
    • diazinon
  • Other organics
    • VOCs
    • 1,3-dichloro-benzene
    • anthracene
    • benzo(a) anthracene
    • benzo(b) fluoranthene
    • benzo(k) fluoranthene
    • benzo(a) pyrene
    • bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate
    • fluoranthene
    • fluorene
    • naphthalene
    • pentachlorophenol
    • phenanthrene
    • pyrene
  • Pathogens
    • enteroviruses
    • Shigella
    • Pseudomonas aeruginosa
    • protozoa
  • Heavy Metals
    • nickel
    • cadmium
    • chromium
    • lead
    • zinc
    • copper
  • Salts
    • chloride

Common Pollutants for Industrial Sector I:

  • BOD, TSS, oil, and grease
  • Solvents, oil, heavy metals, acid/alkaline wastes
  • Oil, heavy metals, solvents, acids
  • Oil and grease, arsenic, lead, cadmium, chromium, COD, and benzene
  • Diesel, gasoline, oil

Factors that can affect water quality:

  • Geographic location
  • Hydrogeology
  • Topography
  • Type, duration, and intensity of precipitation events
  • Extent of impervious surfaces (e.g., concrete or asphalt)
  • Type of ground cover (e.g., vegetation, crushed stone, or dirt)
  • Size of the operation

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