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Title 40: Protection of Environment


PART 455—PESTICIDE CHEMICALS


Contents
§455.10   General definitions.

Subpart A—Organic Pesticide Chemicals Manufacturing Subcategory

§455.11   Compliance date for pretreatment standards for existing sources (PSES).
§455.20   Applicability; description of the organic pesticide chemicals manufacturing subcategory.
§455.21   Specialized definitions.
§455.22   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best practicable control technology currently available.
§455.23   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best conventional pollutant control technology (BCT).
§455.24   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best available control technology economically achievable (BAT).
§455.25   New source performance standards (NSPS).
§455.26   Pretreatment standards for existing sources (PSES).
§455.27   Pretreatment standards for new sources (PSNS).

Subpart B—Metallo-Organic Pesticide Chemicals Manufacturing Subcategory

§455.30   Applicability; description of the metallo-organic pesticide chemicals manufacturing subcategory.
§455.31   Specialized definitions.
§455.32   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best practicable control technology currently available.
§455.33   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best conventional pollutant control technology (BCT). [Reserved]
§455.34   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best available control technology economically achievable (BAT). [Reserved]
§455.35   New source performance standards (NSPS). [Reserved]
§455.36   Pretreatment standards for existing sources (PSES). [Reserved]
§455.37   Pretreatment standards for new sources (PSNS). [Reserved]

Subpart C—Pesticide Chemicals Formulating and Packaging Subcategory

§455.40   Applicability; description of the pesticide formulating, packaging and repackaging subcategory.
§455.41   Special definitions.
§455.42   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best practicable control technology currently available, (BPT).
§455.43   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best conventional pollutant control technology (BCT).
§455.44   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best available control technology economically achievable (BAT).
§455.45   New source performance standards (NSPS).
§455.46   Pretreatment standards for existing sources (PSES).
§455.47   Pretreatment standards for new sources (PSNS).

Subpart D—Test Methods for Pesticide Pollutants

§455.50   Identification of test procedures.

Subpart E—Repackaging of Agricultural Pesticides Performed at Refilling Establishments

§455.60   Applicability; description of repackaging of agricultural pesticides performed by refilling establishments subcategory.
§455.61   Special definitions.
§455.62   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best practicable pollutant control technology (BPT).
§455.63   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best conventional pollutant control technology (BCT).
§455.64   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best available technology economically achievable (BAT).
§455.65   New source performance standards (NSPS).
§455.66   Pretreatment standards for existing sources (PSES).
§455.67   Pretreatment standards for new sources (PSNS).
Table 1 to Part 455—List of Organic Pesticide Active Ingredients
Table 2 to Part 455—Organic Pesticide Active Ingredient Effluent Limitations Best Available Technology Economically Achievable (BAT) and Pretreatment Standards for Existing Sources (PSES)
Table 3 to Part 455—Organic Pesticide Active Ingredient New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) and Pretreatment Standards for New Sources (PSNS)
Table 4 to Part 455—BAT and NSPS Effluent Limitations for Priority Pollutants for Direct Discharge Point Sources That use End-of-Pipe Biological Treatment
Table 5 to Part 455—BAT and NSPS Effluent Limitations for Priority Pollutants for Direct Discharge Point Sources That Do Not Use End-of-Pipe Biological Treatment
Table 6 to Part 455—PSES and PSNS for Priority Pollutants
Table 7 to Part 455 [Reserved]
Table 8 to Part 455—List of Pollution Prevention Alternative Practices
Table 9 to Part 455—Group 2 Mixtures
Table 10 to Part 455—List of Appropriate Pollution Control Technologies

Authority: Secs. 301, 304, 306, 307, and 501, Pub. L. 92-500, 86 Stat. 816, Pub. L. 95-217, 91 Stat. 156, and Pub. L. 100-4 (33 U.S.C. 1311, 1314, 1316, 1317, and 1361).

Source: 43 FR 17776, Apr. 25, 1978, unless otherwise noted.

§455.10   General definitions.

As used in this part:

(a)(1) Pesticide means any substance or mixture of substances intended for preventing, destroying, repelling, or mitigating any pest.

(b) Active ingredient means an ingredient of a pesticide which is intended to prevent, destroy, repel, or mitigate any pest.

(c) Pesticide chemicals means the sum of all active ingredients manufactured at each facility covered by this part.

(d) Pest means: (1) Any insect, rodent, nematode, fungus, weed, or (2) any other form of terrestrial or aquatic plant or animal life or virus, bacteria, or other micro-organism (except virusus, bacteria, or other micro-organisms on or in living man or other living animals) which the Administrator declares to be a pest under section 25(c)(1) of Pub. L. 94-140, Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act.

(e) Except as provided in this regulation, the general definitions, abbreviations and methods of analysis set forth in part 401 of this chapter shall apply to this part.

(f) Priority Pollutants means the toxic pollutants listed in 40 CFR part 423, appendix A.

(g) Appropriate pollution control technology means the wastewater treatment technology listed in Table 10 to this part 455 for a particular PAI(s) including an emulsion breaking step prior to the listed technology when emulsions are present in the wastewater to be treated.

(h) Equivalent system means a wastewater treatment system that is demonstrated in literature, treatability tests or self-monitoring data to remove a similar level of pesticide active ingredient (PAI) or priority pollutants as the applicable appropriate pollution control technology listed in Table 10 to this part 455.

(i) Formulation of pesticide products means the process of mixing, blending or diluting one or more pesticide active ingredients (PAIs) with one or more active or inert ingredients, without an intended chemical reaction to obtain a manufacturing use product or an end use product.

(j) Group 1 mixtures means any product whose only pesticidal active ingredient(s) is: a common food/food constituent or non-toxic household item; or is a substance that is generally recognized as safe (GRAS) by the Food and Drug Administration (21 CFR 170.30, 182, 184, and 186) in accordance with good manufacturing practices, as defined by 21 CFR part 182; or is exempt from FIFRA under 40 CFR 152.25.

(k) Group 2 mixtures means those chemicals listed in Table 9 to this part 455.

(l) Inorganic wastewater treatment chemicals means inorganic chemicals that are commonly used in wastewater treatment systems to aid in the removal of pollutants through physical/chemical technologies such as chemical precipitation, flocculation, neutralization, chemical oxidation, hydrolysis and/or adsorption.

(m) Interior wastewater sources means wastewater that is generated from cleaning or rinsing the interior of pesticide formulating, packaging or repackaging equipment; or from rinsing the interior of raw material drums, shipping containers or bulk storage tanks; or cooling water that comes in direct contact with pesticide active ingredients (PAIs) during the formulating, packaging or repackaging process.

(n) Microorganisms means registered pesticide active ingredients that are biological control agents listed in 40 CFR 152.20(a)(3) including Eucaryotes (protozoa, algae, fungi), Procaryotes (bacteria), and Viruses.

(o) Packaging of pesticide products means enclosing or placing a formulated pesticide product into a marketable container.

(p) PFPR/Manufacturer means a pesticide formulating, packaging and repackaging facility that also performs pesticide manufacturing on-site and commingles their PFPR process wastewaters and pesticide manufacturing process wastewaters.

(q) Pool chemicals means pesticide products that are intended to disinfect or sanitize, reducing or mitigating growth or development of microbiological organisms including bacteria, algae, fungi or viruses in the water of swimming pools, hot tubs, spas or other such areas, in the household and/or institutional environment, as provided in the directions for use on the product label.

(r) Refilling establishment means an establishment where the activity of repackaging pesticide product into refillable containers occurs.

(s) Repackaging of pesticide products means the transfer of a pesticide formulation (or PAI) from one container to another without a change in composition of the formulation or the labeling content, for sale or distribution.

(t) Sanitizer products means pesticide products that are intended to disinfect or sanitize, reducing or mitigating growth or development of microbiological organisms including bacteria, fungi or viruses on inanimate surfaces in the household, institutional, and/or commercial environment and whose labeled directions for use result in the product being discharged to Publicly Owned Treatment Works (POTWs). This definition shall also include sanitizer solutions as defined by 21 CFR 178.1010 and pool chemicals as defined in this section (455.10(q)). This definition does not include liquid chemical sterilants (including sporicidals) exempted by §455.40(f) or otherwise, industrial preservatives, and water treatment microbiocides other than pool chemicals.

(u) Stand-alone PFPR facility means a PFPR facility where either: No pesticide manufacturing occurs; or where pesticide manufacturing process wastewaters are not commingled with PFPR process wastewaters. Such facilities may formulate, package or repackage or manufacture other non-pesticide chemical products and be considered a “stand-alone” PFPR facility.

[43 FR 17776, Apr. 25, 1978, as amended at 50 FR 40701, Oct. 4, 1985; 51 FR 44911, Dec. 15, 1986; 58 FR 50689, Sept. 28, 1993; 61 FR 57548, Nov. 6, 1996]

Subpart A—Organic Pesticide Chemicals Manufacturing Subcategory

Source: 43 FR 44846, Sept. 29, 1978, unless otherwise noted.

§455.11   Compliance date for pretreatment standards for existing sources (PSES).

All discharges subject to pretreatment standards for existing sources (PSES) in subparts A and B of this part must comply with the standards no later than September 28, 1993.

[61 FR 57549, Nov. 6, 1996]

§455.20   Applicability; description of the organic pesticide chemicals manufacturing subcategory.

(a) For the purpose of calculating and applying effluent limitations for COD, BOD5, and TSS, and applying pH limits under BPT (§455.22), BCT (§455.23), and NSPS (§455.25), the provisions of this subpart are applicable to discharges resulting from the manufacture of organic pesticide active ingredients and organo-tin pesticide active ingredients, excluding the following: Allethrin; Benzyl Benzoate; Bisethylxanthogen; Chlorophacinone; Coumafuryl; Dimethyl Phthalate; Diphacinone; Endothall Acid; EXD (Herbisan); Gibberellic Acid; Glyphosate; Naphthalene Acetic Acid; Propargite; 1,8 Naphthalic Anhydride; Quinmethionate; Rotenone; Sulfoxide; Triazine compounds (both symmetrical and asymmetrical); and Warfarin and similar anticoagulants. Provided, however, that the effluent limitations of this subpart for BOD5 and TSS, but not COD, apply to manufacturers of Ametryn, Prometon, Prometryn, Terbutryn, Cyanazine, Atrazine, Propazine, Simazine, Terbuthylazine, Hexazinone, and Glyphosate.

(b) For the purpose of calculating BPT effluent limitations for organic Pesticide chemicals, the provisions of this subpart are applicable to discharges resulting from the manufacture of the following organic active ingredients: Aldrin, BHC, Captan, Chlordane, DDD, DDE, DDT, Dichloran, Dieldrin, Endosulfan, Endrin, Heptachlor, Lindane, Methoxychlor, Mirex, PCNB, Toxaphene, Trifluralin, Azinphos Methyl, Demeton-O, Demeton-S, Diazinon, Disulfoton, Malathion, Parathion Methyl, Parathion Ethyl, Aminocarb, Carbaryl, Methiocarb, Mexacarbate, Propoxur, Barban, Chlorpropham, Diuron, Fenuron, Fenuron-TCA, Linuron, Monuron, Monuron-TCA, Neubron, Propham, Swep, 2,4-D, Dicamba, Silvex, 2,4,5-T, Siduron, Perthane, and Dicofol.

(c) The intermediates used to manufacture the active ingredients and active ingredients used solely in experimental pesticides are excluded from coverage in this subpart. Insecticidal pathogenic organisms such as Bacillus thuringiensis, insect growth hormones, plant extracts such as pyrethrins; sex attractants and botanicals such as Rotenone are also excluded from BPT coverage in this subpart.

(d) A plant that manufactures a pesticide active ingredient listed in Table 1 of this part must comply with the BAT effluent limitations and new source performance and pretreatment standards for that pesticide active ingredient listed in table 2 (BAT and PSES) or Table 3 of this part (NSPS and PSNS). A plant that manufactures a pesticide active ingredient listed in Table 1 of this part must also comply with the BAT effluent limitations and new source performance and pretreatment standards for priority pollutants listed in Tables 4, 5 and 6 of this part. The limitations in Table 4 of this part (BAT and NSPS) are applicable to existing and new direct discharge point sources that use End-of-Pipe biological treatment. The limitations in Table 5 of this part (BAT and NSPS) are applicable to existing and new direct discharge point sources that do not use end-of-pipe biological treatment. The limitations in Table 6 of this part (PSES and PSNS) are applicable to existing and new sources that discharge to Publicly Owned Treatment Works.

(e) In the case of lead and total cyanide, the discharge quantity (mass) shall be determined by multiplying the concentrations listed in the applicable tables in this subpart times the flow from non-complexed lead-bearing waste streams for lead and times the flow from non-complexed cyanide-bearing waste streams for total cyanide. Discharges of cyanide in cyanide-bearing waste streams are not subject to the cyanide limitation and standards of this subpart if the permit writer or control authority determines that the cyanide limitations and standards are not achievable due to elevated levels of non-amenable cyanide (i.e., cyanide that is not oxidized by chlorine treatment) that result from the unavoidable complexing of cyanide at the process source of the cyanide-bearing waste stream and establishes an alternative total cyanide or amenable cyanide limitation that reflects the best available technology economically achievable. The determination must be based upon a review of relevant engineering, production, and sampling and analysis information, including measurements of both total and amenable cyanide in the waste stream. An analysis of the extent of complexing in the waste stream, based on the foregoing information, and its impact on cyanide treatability shall be set forth in writing and, for direct dischargers, be contained in the fact sheet required by 40 CFR 124.8.

[43 FR 44846, Sept. 29, 1978, as amended at 50 FR 40702, Oct. 4, 1985; 51 FR 44911, Dec. 15, 1986; 58 FR 50689, Sept. 28, 1993]

§455.21   Specialized definitions.

(a) Organic active ingredients means carbon-containing active ingredients used in pesticides, excluding metalloorganic active ingredients.

(b) Total organic active ingredients means the sum of all organic active ingredients covered by §455.20(a) which are manufactured at a facility subject to this subpart.

(c) Organic pesticide chemicals means the sum of all organic active ingredients listed in §455.20(b) which are manufactured at a facility subject to this subpart.

(d) Process wastewater flow means the sum of the average daily flows from the following wastewater streams: Process stream and product washes, equipment and floor washes, water used as solvent for raw materials, water used as reaction medium, spent acids, spent bases, contact cooling water, water of reaction, air pollution control blowdown, steam jet blowdown, vacuum pump water, pump seal water, safety equipment cleaning water, shipping container cleanout, safety shower water, contaminated storm water, and product/process laboratory quality control wastewater. Notwithstanding any other regulation, process wastewater flow for the purposes of this subpart does not include wastewaters from the production of intermediate chemicals.

(e) Process wastewater pollutants means those pollutants present in process wastewater flow.

[43 FR 44846, Sept. 29, 1978, as amended at 58 FR 50689, Sept. 28, 1993]

§455.22   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best practicable control technology currently available.

Except as provided in §§125.30 through 125.32, any existing point source subject to this subpart shall achieve the following effluent limitations representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best practicable control technology currently available (BPT). The following limitations establish the quantity or quality of pollutants or pollutant properties controlled by this paragraph which may be discharged from the manufacture of organic active ingredient:

Effluent characteristicsEffluent limitations
Maximum for any 1 dayAverage of daily values for 30 consecutive days shall not exceed—
COD13.0009.0000
BOD57.4001.6000
TSS6.1001.8000
Organic pesticide chemicals.010.0018
pH(1)(1)

1Within the range of 6.0 to 9.0.

Note: For COD, BOD5, and TSS, metric units: Kilogram/1,000 kg of total organic active ingredients. English units: Pound/1,000 lb of total organic active ingredients. For organic pesticide chemicals—metric units: Kilogram/1,000 kg of organic pesticide chemicals. English units: Pound/1,000 lb of organic pesticide chemicals.

[43 FR 44846, Sept. 29, 1978, as amended at 60 FR 33971, June 29, 1995]

§455.23   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best conventional pollutant control technology (BCT).

Except as provided in 40 CFR 125.30 through 125.32, any existing point source subject to this subpart must achieve the effluent limitations representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best conventional pollutant control technology: The limitations for BOD, TSS and pH are the same as those specified in 40 CFR 455.22.

BCT Effluent Limitations

Effluent Limitations

Pollutant or pollutant property Maximum for any one day** Average of daily values shall not exceed**
BOD57.4001.6000
TSS6.1001.8000
pH**

*Within the range 6.0 to 9.0

**Metric units: Kilogram pollutant/1,000 kg of total organic active ingredients.

English units: Pound pollutant/1,000 lb of total organic active ingredients

[58 FR 50689, Sept. 28, 1993]

§455.24   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best available control technology economically achievable (BAT).

Except as provided in 40 CFR 125.30 through 125.32, any existing point source subject to this subpart must achieve the effluent limitations representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best available technology as specified in 40 CFR 455.20(d). For the priority pollutants, such sources must achieve discharges not exceeding the quantity (mass) determined by multipying the process wastewater flow subject to this subpart as defined in 40 CFR 455.21 (d) times the concentrations listed in table 4 or table 5 of this part, as appropriate, of this subpart.

[58 FR 50690, Sept. 28, 1993]

§455.25   New source performance standards (NSPS).

(a) Any new source subject to this subpart which discharges process wastewater pollutants must achieve the new source performance standards specified in 40 CFR 455.20(d), and subject to 455.20(a), must meet the following standards for BOD5, TSS, COD and pH:

New Source Performance Standards

Standards

Pollutant or pollutant property Maximum for any one day** Average of daily values shall not exceed**
COD9.3606.480
BOD55.3281.1520
TSS4.3921.2960
pH**

*Within the range 6.0 to 9.0

**Metric units: Kilogram pollutant /1,000 kg of total organic active ingredients.

English units: Pound pollutant/1,000 lb of total organic active ingredients

(b) For the priority pollutants, such sources must achieve discharges not exceeding the quantity (mass) determined by multiplying the process wastewater flow subject to this subpart as defined in 40 CFR 455.21(d) times the concentrations listed in table 4 or table 5 of this part, as appropriate, of this subpart.

[58 FR 50690, Sept. 28, 1993]

§455.26   Pretreatment standards for existing sources (PSES).

Except as provided in 40 CFR 403.7, any existing source subject to this subpart which introduces pollutants into a publicly owned treatment works must comply with 40 CFR part 403 and achieve the pretreatment standards for existing sources (PSES) as specified in 40 CFR 455.20(d). For the priority pollutants, such sources must achieve discharges not exceeding the quantity (mass) determined by multiplying the process wastewater flow subject to this subpart as defined in 40 CFR 455.21(d) times the concentrations listed in Table 6 of this part. If mass limitations have not been developed as required, the source shall achieve discharges not exceeding the concentration limitations listed in Table 6 of this part.

[58 FR 50690, Sept. 28, 1993]

§455.27   Pretreatment standards for new sources (PSNS).

Except as provided in 40 CFR 403.7, any new source subject to this subpart which introduces pollutants into a publicly owned treatment works must comply with 40 CFR part 403 and must achieve the pretreatment standards for new sources (PSNS) as specified in 40 CFR 455.20(d). For the priority pollutants, the source must achieve discharges not exceeding the quantity (mass) determined by multiplying the process wastewater flow subject to this subpart as defined in 40 CFR 455.21(d) times the concentrations listed in table 6 of this part. If mass limitations have not been developed as required, the source shall achieve discharges not exceeding the concentration limitations listed in table 6 of this part.

[58 FR 50690, Sept. 28, 1993]

Subpart B—Metallo-Organic Pesticide Chemicals Manufacturing Subcategory

§455.30   Applicability; description of the metallo-organic pesticide chemicals manufacturing subcategory.

The provisions of this subpart are applicable to discharges resulting from the manufacture of metallo-organic active ingredients containing mercury, cadmium, arsenic, or copper. The manufacture of intermediates used to manufacture the active ingredients are excluded from coverage by this subpart.

§455.31   Specialized definitions.

(a) “Metallo-organic active ingredients” means carbon containing active ingredients containing one or more metallic atoms in the structure.

§455.32   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best practicable control technology currently available.

Except as provided in §§125.30 through 125.32, any existing point source subject to this subpart, shall achieve the following effluent limitations representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best practicable control technology currently available (BPT). The following limitations establish the quantity or quality of pollutants or pollutant properties controlled by this paragraph which may be discharged from the manufacture of metallo-organic active ingredient: There shall be no discharge of process waste water pollutants to navigable waters.

[60 FR 33971, June 29, 1995]

§455.33   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best conventional pollutant control technology (BCT). [Reserved]

§455.34   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best available control technology economically achievable (BAT). [Reserved]

§455.35   New source performance standards (NSPS). [Reserved]

§455.36   Pretreatment standards for existing sources (PSES). [Reserved]

§455.37   Pretreatment standards for new sources (PSNS). [Reserved]

Subpart C—Pesticide Chemicals Formulating and Packaging Subcategory

§455.40   Applicability; description of the pesticide formulating, packaging and repackaging subcategory.

(a) The provisions of this subpart are applicable to discharges resulting from all pesticide formulating, packaging and repackaging operations except as provided in paragraphs (b), (c), (d), (e) and (f) of this section.

(b) The provisions of this subpart do not apply to repackaging of agricultural pesticides performed at refilling establishments, as described in §455.60.

(c) The provisions of this subpart do not apply to wastewater discharges from: the operation of employee showers and laundry facilities; the testing of fire protection equipment; the testing and emergency operation of safety showers and eye washes; storm water; Department of Transportation (DOT) aerosol leak test bath water from non-continuous overflow baths (batch baths) where no cans have burst from the time of the last water change-out; and on-site laboratories from cleaning analytical equipment and glassware and rinsing the retain sample container (except for the initial rinse of the retain sample container which is considered a process wastewater source for this subpart).

(d) The provisions of this subpart do not apply to wastewater discharges from the formulation, packaging and/or repackaging of sanitizer products (including pool chemicals); microorganisms; inorganic wastewater treatment chemicals; group 1 mixtures and group 2 mixtures, as defined under §455.10.

(e) The provisions of this subpart do not apply to wastewater discharges from the development of new formulations of pesticide products and the associated efficacy and field testing at on-site or stand-alone research and development laboratories where the resulting pesticide product is not produced for sale.

(f) The provisions of this subpart do not apply to wastewater discharges from the formulation, packaging and/or repackaging of liquid chemical sterilant products (including any sterilant or subordinate disinfectant claims on such products) for use on a critical or semi-critical device, as defined in Section 201 of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and in Section 2(u) of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act.

[61 FR 57549, Nov. 6, 1996]

§455.41   Special definitions.

(a) Initial Certification Statement for this subpart means a written submission to the appropriate permitting authority, e.g., the local Control Authority (the POTW) or NPDES permit writer which must be signed by the responsible corporate officer as defined in 40 CFR 403.12(l) or 40 CFR 122.22 and which:

(1) Lists and describes those product families, process lines and/or process units for which the PFPR facility is implementing the Pollution Prevention Alternative (“P2 Alternative”);

(2) Describes the PFPR facility specific practices for each product family/process line/process unit which are to be practiced as part of the P2 Alternative;

(3) Describes any justification allowing modification to the practices listed in Table 8 to this part 455; and

(4) Lists the treatment system being used to obtain a P2 allowable discharge (as defined in 455.41).

(b) Periodic Certification Statement for this subpart means a written submission to the appropriate permitting authority, e.g., the local Control Authority (the POTW) or NPDES permit writer, which states that the P2 Alternative is being implemented in the manner set forth in the control mechanism (for indirect dischargers) or NPDES permit (for direct dischargers) or that a justification allowing modification of the practices listed in Table 8 to this part 455 has been implemented resulting in a change in the pollution prevention practices conducted at the facility. The Periodic Certification Statement must be signed by the responsible corporate officer as defined in 40 CFR 403.12(l) or 40 CFR 122.22.

(c) On-site Compliance Paperwork for this subpart means data or information maintained in the offices of the PFPR facility which supports the initial and periodic certification statements as follows:

(1) Lists and describes those product families, process lines and/or process units for which the facility is implementing the P2 Alternative;

(2) Describes the facility specific practices for each product family/process line/process unit which are to be practiced as part of the P2 Alternative;

(3) Describes any justification allowing modification to the practices listed in Table 8 to this part 455;

(4) Includes a written discussion demonstrating that the treatment system being used contains the appropriate pollution control technologies (or equivalent systems/pesticide manufacturing systems) for removing the PAIs which may be found in the wastewater;

(5) Establishes a method for demonstrating to the permitting/control authority that the treatment system is well operated and maintained; and

(6) Includes a discussion of the rationale for choosing the method of demonstration.

(d) For Indirect Dischargers:

Pollution prevention (P2) allowable discharge (excluding interior wastewater sources, leak and spill clean-up water, and floor wash) for this subpart means the quantity of/concentrations of pollutants in PFPR process wastewaters that remain after a facility has demonstrated that it is using the specified practices of the Pollution Prevention Alternative as listed in Table 8 to this part 455.

Pollution prevention (P2) allowable discharge for interior wastewater sources, leak and spill cleanup water, and floor wash for this subpart means the quantity of/concentrations of pollutants in PFPR process wastewaters that remain after a facility has demonstrated that it is using the specified practices of the Pollution Prevention Alternative as listed in Table 8 to this part 455 and that have been pretreated using appropriate pollution control technologies, as defined in §455.10(g), or a pesticide manufacturer's treatment system, or an equivalent system, used individually, or in any combination to achieve a sufficient level of pollutant reduction. Pretreatment requirements may be modified or waived by the Control Authority (POTW) to the extent that removal credits have been granted by the POTW in accordance with 40 CFR 403.7, provided the granting of such credits does not result in pass through or interference as defined in 40 CFR 403.3 and complies with the provisions of 40 CFR 403.5. The facility must demonstrate that the appropriate pollution control technology is properly maintained and operated.

(e) For Direct Dischargers:

Pollution prevention (P2) allowable discharge for this subpart means the quantity of/concentrations of pollutants in PFPR process wastewaters that remain after a facility has demonstrated that it is using the specified practices of the Pollution Prevention Alternative as listed in Table 8 to this part 455 and that have been treated using appropriate pollution control technologies, as defined in §455.10(g), or a pesticide manufacturer's treatment system, or an equivalent system, used individually, or in any combination to achieve a sufficient level of pollutant reduction. The facility must demonstrate that the appropriate pollution control technology is properly maintained and operated.

(f) Process wastewater, for this subpart, means all wastewater associated with pesticide formulating, packaging and repackaging except for sanitary water, non-contact cooling water and those wastewaters excluded from the applicability of the rule in §455.40.

[61 FR 57549, Nov. 6, 1996]

§455.42   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best practicable control technology currently available, (BPT).

Except as provided in 40 CFR 125.30 through 125.32, any existing point source subject to this subpart shall achieve the following effluent limitations representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best practicable control technology currently available.

(a) Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, the following limitations establish the quantity or quality of pollutants or pollutant properties controlled by this paragraph which may be discharged from the formulation, packaging or repackaging of pesticides: There shall be no discharge of process wastewater pollutants to navigable waters.

Note: For existing PFPR/Manufacturer facilities, as defined in §455.10(p), which are also subject to the provisions of §455.22 or §455.32, “zero discharge” means that permitting authorities shall provide no additional discharge allowance for those pesticide active ingredients (PAIs) in the pesticide formulating, packaging and repackaging wastewaters when those PAIs are also manufactured at the same facility.

(b) Any existing facility subject to paragraph (a) of this section may have a pollution prevention allowable discharge, as defined in §455.41(e), of wastewater pollutants to navigable waters if the discharger agrees to NPDES permit conditions as follows:

(1) The discharger will meet the requirements of the Pollution Prevention Alternative listed in Table 8 to this part 455 (or received a modification by Best Professional Judgement for modifications not listed in Table 8 of this part 455);

(2) The discharger will notify its NPDES permit writer at the time of renewal or modification of its permit, of its intent to utilize the Pollution Prevention Alternative by submitting to the NPDES permit writer an initial certification statement as described in §455.41(a);

(3) The discharger will submit to its NPDES permitting authority a periodic certification statements as described in §455.41(b) once each year of operation; and

(4) The discharger will maintain at the office of the facility and make available for inspection the on-site compliance paperwork as described in §455.41(c).

[61 FR 57550, Nov. 6, 1996]

§455.43   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best conventional pollutant control technology (BCT).

Except as provided in 40 CFR 125.30 through 125.32, any existing point source subject to this subpart must achieve the effluent limitations representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best conventional pollutant control technology.

(a) Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, the BCT limitations are established as follows: There shall be no discharge of process wastewater pollutants to navigable waters.

Note: For existing PFPR/Manufacturer facilities, as defined in §455.10(p), which are also subject to the provisions of §§455.23, zero discharge means that permitting authorities shall provide no discharge additional discharge allowance for those pesticide active ingredients (PAIs) in the pesticide formulating, packaging and repackaging wastewaters when those PAIs are also manufactured at the same facility.

(b) Any existing facility subject to paragraph (a) of this section may have a pollution prevention allowable discharge, as defined in §455.41(e), of wastewater pollutants to navigable waters if the discharger agrees to NPDES permit conditions as follows:

(1) The discharger will meet the requirements of the Pollution Prevention Alternative listed in Table 8 to this part 455 (or received a modification by Best Professional Judgement for modifications not listed in Table 8 of this part 455);

(2) The discharger will notify its NPDES permit writer at the time of renewal or modification of its permit, of its intent to utilize the Pollution Prevention Alternative by submitting to the NPDES permit writer an initial certification statement as described in §455.41(a);

(3) The discharger will submit to its NPDES permitting authority a periodic certification statement as described in §455.41(b) once each year of operation; and

(4) The discharger will maintain at the office of the facility and make available for inspection the on-site compliance paperwork as described in §455.41(c).

[61 FR 57550, Nov. 6, 1996]

§455.44   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best available control technology economically achievable (BAT).

Except as provided in 40 CFR 125.30 through 125.32, any existing point source subject to this subpart must achieve the effluent limitations representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best available technology (BAT).

(a) Except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, the BAT limitations are established as follows: There shall be no discharge of process wastewater pollutants to navigable waters.

Note: For existing PFPR/Manufacturer facilities, as defined in §455.10(p), which are also subject to the provisions of §§455.24, zero discharge means that permitting authorities shall provide no additional discharge allowance for those pesticide active ingredients (PAIs) in the pesticide formulating, packaging and repackaging wastewaters when those PAIs are also manufactured at the same facility.

(b) Any existing facility subject to paragraph (a) of this section may have a pollution prevention allowable discharge, as defined in §455.41(e), of wastewater pollutants to navigable waters if the discharger agrees to NPDES permit conditions as follows:

(1) The discharger will meet the requirements of the Pollution Prevention Alternative listed in Table 8 to this part 455 (or received a modification by Best Professional Judgement for modifications not listed on Table 8 of this part 455);

(2) The discharger will notify its NPDES permitting authority at the time of renewal or modification of its permit, of its intent to utilize the Pollution Prevention Alternative by submitting to the NPDES permit writer an initial certification statement as described in §455.41(a);

(3) The discharger will submit to its NPDES permit writer a periodic certification statement as described in §455.41(b) once each year of operation; and

(4) The discharger will maintain at the office of the facility and make available for inspection the on-site compliance paperwork as described in §455.41(c).

[61 FR 57551, Nov. 6, 1996]

§455.45   New source performance standards (NSPS).

(a) Any new source, except as provided in paragraph (b) of this section, subject to this subpart which discharges process wastewater must meet the following standards: There shall be no discharge of process wastewater pollutants to navigable waters.

Note: For new PFPR/Manufacturer facilities, as defined in §455.10(p), which are also subject to the provisions of §§455.25, zero discharge means that permitting authorities shall provide no additional discharge allowance for those pesticide active ingredients (PAIs) in the pesticide formulating, packaging and repackaging wastewaters when those PAIs are also manufactured at the same facility.

(b) Any new source subject to paragraph (a) of this section may have a pollution prevention allowable discharge, as defined in §455.41(e), of wastewater pollutants to navigable waters if the discharger agrees to NPDES permit conditions as follows:

(1) The discharger will meet the requirements of the Pollution Prevention Alternative listed in Table 8 to this part 455 (or received a modification by Best Professional Judgement for modifications not listed in Table 8 of this part 455);

(2) The discharger will notify its NPDES permit writer at the time of submitting its application for a permit, of its intent to utilize the Pollution Prevention Alternative by submitting to the NPDES permit writer an initial certification statement as described in §455.41(a);

(3) The discharger will submit to its NPDES permitting authority a periodic certification statement as described in §455.41(b) once each year of operation; and

(4) The discharger will maintain at the office of the facility and make available for inspection the on-site compliance paperwork as described in §455.41(c).

[61 FR 57551, Nov. 6, 1996]

§455.46   Pretreatment standards for existing sources (PSES).

(a) Except as provided in 40 CFR 403.7 and 403.13 or in paragraph (b) of this section, no later than November 6, 1999, any existing source subject to this subpart which introduces pollutants into a publicly owned treatment works must comply with 40 CFR part 403 and achieve PSES as follows: There shall be no discharge of process wastewater pollutants.

(b) Except as provided in 40 CFR 403.7 and 403.13, any existing source subject to paragraph (a) of this section which introduces pollutants into a publicly owned treatment works must comply with 40 CFR part 403 and may have a pollution prevention allowable discharge of wastewater pollutants, as defined in §455.41(d), if the discharger agrees to control mechanism or pretreatment agreement conditions as follows:

(1) The discharger will meet the requirements of the Pollution Prevention Alternative listed in Table 8 to this part 455 (or received a modification by Best Engineering Judgement for modifications not listed in Table 8 to this part 455);

(2) The discharger will notify its local Control Authority at the time of renewing or modifying its individual control mechanism or pretreatment agreement of its intent to utilize the Pollution Prevention Alternative by submitting to the local Control Authority an initial certification statement as described in §455.41(a);

(3) The discharger will submit to its local Control Authority a periodic certification statement as described in §455.41(b) during the months of June and December of each year of operation; and

(4) The discharger will maintain at the offices of the facility and make available for inspection the on-site compliance paperwork as described in §455.41(c).

(c) Except as provided in 40 CFR 403.7 and 403.13, any existing source subject to §455.46(b) which introduces pollutants into a publicly owned treatment works must comply with 40 CFR part 403 and may submit a request to its Control Authority to waive pretreatment of: floor wash; and/or a non-reusable final rinse of a triple rinse, if the concentrations of pesticide active ingredients and priority pollutants in those wastewater sources have been demonstrated to be too low to be effectively pretreated at the facility. The Control Authority may waive pretreatment for these two wastewaters only if the existing source makes the demonstrations and is in compliance with 40 CFR 403.5.

[61 FR 57551, Nov. 6, 1996]

§455.47   Pretreatment standards for new sources (PSNS).

(a) Except as provided in 40 CFR 403.7 and 403.13 or in paragraph (b) of this section, any new source subject to this subpart which introduces pollutants into a publicly owned treatment works must comply with 40 CFR part 403 and achieve PSNS as follows: There shall be no discharge of process wastewater pollutants.

(b) Except as provided in 40 CFR 403.7 and 403.13, any new source subject to paragraph (a) of this section which introduces pollutants into a publicly owned treatment works must comply with 40 CFR part 403 and may have a pollution prevention allowable discharge of wastewater pollutants, as defined in §455.41(d), if the discharger agrees to control mechanism or pretreatment agreement conditions as follows:

(1) The discharger will meet the requirements of the Pollution Prevention Alternative listed in Table 8 to this part 455 (or received a modification by Best Engineering Judgement for modifications not listed in Table 8 to this part 455);

(2) The discharger will notify its local Control Authority at the time of submitting its application for an individual control mechanism or pretreatment agreement of its intent to utilize the Pollution Prevention Alternative by submitting to the local Control Authority an initial certification statement as described in §455.41(a);

(3) The discharger will submit to its local Control Authority a periodic certification statement as described in §455.41(b) during the months of June and December of each year of operation; and

(4) The discharger will maintain at the offices of the facility and make available for inspection the on-site compliance paperwork as described in §455.41(c).

(c) Except as provided in 40 CFR 403.7 and 403.13, any new source subject to paragraph (b) of this section which introduces pollutants into a publicly owned treatment works must comply with 40 CFR part 403 and may submit a request to its Control Authority to waive pretreatment of: floor wash; and/or a non-reusable final rinse of a triple rinse, if the concentrations of pesticide active ingredients and priority pollutants in those wastewater sources have been demonstrated to be too low to be effectively pretreated at the facility. The Control Authority may waive pretreatment for these two wastewaters only if the new source makes the demonstrations and is in compliance with 40 CFR 403.5.

[61 FR 57552, Nov. 6, 1996]

Subpart D—Test Methods for Pesticide Pollutants

§455.50   Identification of test procedures.

The pesticide active ingredients to which this section applies and for which effluent limitations guidelines and standards are specified in this part are named, together with the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) number (provided to assist in identifying the pesticide active ingredient only) and analytical method(s) designation(s) in Table IG at 40 CFR 136.3(a). Except as provided in 40 CFR 136.5, the discharge parameter values required under the Clean Water Act must be determined by one of the analytical methods cited and described in Table IG at 40 CFR 136.3(a). Pesticide manufacturers may not use the analytical method cited in Table IB, Table IC, or Table ID of 40 CFR 136.3(a) to make these determinations (except where the method cited in those tables is identical to the method specified in Table IG at 40 CFR 136.3(a)). The full texts of the analytical methods cited in Table IG at 40 CFR 136.3(a) are contained in the Methods For The Determination of Nonconventional Pesticides In Municipal and Industrial Wastewater, Volume I, EPA 821-R-93-010A (August 1993 Revision I) and Volume II, EPA 821-R-93-010B (August 1993) (the “Compendium”). Each pesticide chemical manufacturer that is required to determine discharge parameter values under this part using one of the analytical methods cited in Table IG at 40 CFR 136.3(a) must request in writing a copy of the Compendium from the permit authority or local control authority (as applicable) prior to determining such discharge parameter values, unless the manufacturer already has a copy.

[72 FR 11248, Mar. 12, 2007]

Subpart E—Repackaging of Agricultural Pesticides Performed at Refilling Establishments

Source: 61 FR 57552, Nov. 6, 1996, unless otherwise noted.

§455.60   Applicability; description of repackaging of agricultural pesticides performed by refilling establishments subcategory.

(a) The provisions of this subpart are applicable to discharges resulting from all repackaging of agricultural pesticides performed by refilling establishments, as defined in §455.10; whose primary business is wholesale or retail sales; and where no pesticide manufacturing, formulating or packaging occurs, except as provided in paragraphs (b), (c) and (d) of this section.

(b) The provisions of this subpart do not apply to wastewater discharges from custom application or custom blending, as defined in 40 CFR 167.3.

(c) The provisions of this subpart do not apply to wastewater discharges from: the operation of employee showers and laundry facilities; the testing of fire protection equipment; the testing and emergency operation of safety showers and eye washes; or storm water.

(d) The provisions of this subpart do not apply to wastewater discharges from the repackaging of microorganisms or Group 1 Mixtures, as defined under §455.10, or non-agricultural pesticide products.

§455.61   Special definitions.

Process wastewater, for this subpart, means all wastewater except for sanitary water and those wastewaters excluded from the applicability of the rule in §455.60.

§455.62   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best practicable pollutant control technology (BPT).

Except as provided in 40 CFR 125.30 through 125.32, any existing point source subject to this subpart must achieve effluent limitations representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best practicable pollutant control technology: There shall be no discharge of process wastewater pollutants.

§455.63   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best conventional pollutant control technology (BCT).

Except as provided in 40 CFR 125.30 through 125.32, any existing point source subject to this subpart must achieve effluent limitations representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best conventional pollution control technology: There shall be no discharge of process wastewater pollutants.

§455.64   Effluent limitations guidelines representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best available technology economically achievable (BAT).

Except as provided in 40 CFR 125.30 through 125.32, any existing point source subject to this subpart must achieve effluent limitations representing the degree of effluent reduction attainable by the application of the best available technology economically achievable: There shall be no discharge of process wastewater pollutants.

§455.65   New source performance standards (NSPS).

Any new source subject to this subpart which discharges process wastewater pollutants must meet the following standards: There shall be no discharge of process wastewater pollutants.

§455.66   Pretreatment standards for existing sources (PSES).

Except as provided in 40 CFR 403.7 and 403.13, no later than November 6, 1999 subpart which introduces pollutants into a publicly owned treatment works must comply with 40 CFR part 403 and achieve the pretreatment standards for existing sources as follows: There shall be no discharge of process wastewater pollutants.

§455.67   Pretreatment standards for new sources (PSNS).

Except as provided in 40 CFR 403.7 and 403.13, any new source subject to this subpart which introduces pollutants into a publicly owned treatment works must comply with 40 CFR part 403 and achieve the pretreatment standards for existing sources as follows: There shall be no discharge of process wastewater pollutants.

Table 1 to Part 455—List of Organic Pesticide Active Ingredients

EPA census codePesticide codePesticide nameCAS No.
110501Dicofol [1,1-Bis(chlorophenyl)-2,2,2-trichloroethanol]00115-32-2
251501Maleic Hydrazide00123-33-1
342002EDB [1,2-Ethylene dibromide]00106-93-4
482901Vancide TH [1,3,5-Triethylhexahydro-s-triazine]07779-27-3
529001Dichloropropene00542-75-6
717901Dowicil 75 [1-(3-Chloroallyl)-3,5,7-triaza-1-azoniaadamantanechloride]04080-31-3
8109901Triadimefon43121-43-3
944901Hexachlorophene (nabac)00070-30-4
1055004Tetrachlorophene01940-43-8
1155001Dichlorophene00097-23-4
1284001Dichlorvos00062-73-7
13102401Landrin-2 [2,3,5-trimethylphenylmethylcarbamate]02686-99-9
1482601Fenac [2,3,6-Trichlorophenylacetic acid]00085-34-7
14(1)Fenac Salts and Esters(1)
15820012,4,5-T [2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxyacetic acid]00093-76-5
15(1)2,4,5-T Salts and Esters(1)
16300012,4-D [2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid]00094-75-7
16(1)2,4-D Salts and Esters(1)
17308012,4-DB [2,4-Dichlorophenoxybutyric acid]00094-82-6
17(1)2,4-DB Salts and Esters(1)
1880811Anilazine [2,4-Dichloro-6-(o-chloroanilino)-s-triazine]00101-05-3
1936001Dinocap39300-45-3
2031301Dichloran (2,6-dichloro-4-nitroaniline)00099-30-9
218707Busan 90 [2-Bromo-4-hydroxyacetophenone]02491-38-5
2215801Mevinphos07786-34-7
2339001Sulfallate [2-chloroallyldiethyldithiocarbamate]00095-06-7
2484101Chlorfenvinphos00470-90-6
2510010Cyanazine21725-46-2
2619101Propachlor01918-16-7
2730501MCPA [2-Methyl-4-chlorophenoxyacetic acid]00094-74-6
27(1)MCPA Salts and Esters(1)
2899901Octhilinone26530-20-1
2967703Pindone00083-26-1
3031401Dichlorprop [2-(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy) propionic acid]00120-36-5
30(1)Dichlorprop Salts and Esters(1)
3131501MCPP [2-(2-Methyl-4-chlorophenoxy)propionic acid]00093-65-2
31(1)MCPP Salts and Esters(1)
3260101Thiabendazole00148-79-8
3380815Belclene 310 [2-(methylthio)-4-(ethylamino)-6-(1,2-dimethylamino)-s-triazine]22936-75-0
3421201Cloprop [2-(m-Chlorophenoxy)propionic acid]00101-10-0
34(1)Cloprop Salts and Esters(1)
3535603TCMTB [2-(Thiocyanomethylthio)benzothiazole]21564-17-0
3699001HAE [2-((Hydroxymethyl)amino) ethanol34375-28-5
376770Chlorophacinone03691-35-8
38102401Landrin-1 [3,4,5-trimethylphenylmethylcarbamate]02686-99-9
39101701Pronamide23950-58-5
40100501Methiocarb02032-65-7
4128201Propanil00709-98-8
421078013-Iodo-2-propynyl butylcarbamate55406-53-6
43860013-(a-Acetonylfurfuryl)-4-hydroxycoumarin [Coumafuryl]00117-52-2
43(1)Coumafuryl Salts and Esters(1)
4437507DNOC (4,6-dinitro-o-cresol)00534-52-1
45101101Metribuzin21087-64-9
4619401CPA (4-chlorophenoxyacetic acid)00122-88-3
46(1)CPA Salts and Esters(1)
4719201MCPB [4-(2-Methyl-4-chlorophenoxy)butyric acid]00094-81-5
47(1)MCPB Salts and Esters(1)
4844401Aminocarb [4-(dimethylamino)-m-tolylmethylcarbamate]02032-59-9
4984701Etridiazole02593-15-9
5055501Ethoxyquin00091-53-2
5159804Quinoliol sulfate (8-Quinoliol sulfate)00134-31-6
52103301Acephate30560-19-1
53114401Acifluorfen50594-66-6
53114402Acifluorfen Salts and Esters62476-59-9
5490501Alachlor15972-60-8
5598301Aldicarb00116-06-3
5669105Hyamine 3500 [Alkyl* dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride* (50% C14, 40% C12, 10% C16)]68424-85-1
574001Allethrin (all isomers and allethrin coil)00584-79-2
5880801Ametryn00834-12-8
59106201Amitraz33089-61-1
6080803Atrazine01912-24-9
61105201Bendiocarb22781-23-3
6299101Benomyl and Carbendazim17804-35-2
638901Benzene Hexachloride00608-73-1
649501Benzyl benzoate00120-51-4
6510101Lethane 384 [Beta-Thiocyanoethyl esters of mixed fatty acids containing from 10-18 carbons]00301-11-1
66104301Bifenox42576-02-3
6812301Bromacil00314-40-9
6812302Bromacil, lithium53404-19-6
6935301Bromoxynil01689-84-5
6935302Bromoxynil octanoate01689-99-2
70112301Butachlor23184-66-9
70101401Giv-gard [β-Bromo-β-nitrostyrene]07166-19-0
7381701Captafol02425-06-1
7481301Captan00133-06-2
7556801Carbaryl [Sevin]00063-25-2
7690601Carbofuran01563-66-2
7790602Carbosulfan55285-14-8
7829901Chloramben00133-90-4
78(1)Chloramben Salts and Esters(1)
7958201Chlordane00057-74-9
8027301Chloroneb02675-77-6
8181501Chloropicrin00076-06-2
8281901Chlorothalonil01897-45-6
8325501Chloroxuron01982-47-4
8483701Stirofos00961-11-5
8559102Chlorpyrifos methyl05598-13-0
8659101Chlorpyrifos02921-88-2
8714504Mancozeb08018-01-7
90109301Fenvalerate51630-58-1
9143401Cycloheximide00066-81-9
9228901Dalapon (2,2-dichloropropionic acid)00075-99-0
92(1)Dalapon Salts and Esters(1)
9327501Dienochlor02227-17-0
9457601Demeton [O,O-Diethyl O-(and S-) (2-ethylthio)ethyl) phosphorothioate]08065-48-3
95104801Desmedipham13684-56-5
9614502Diammonium ethylenebisdithiocarbamate03566-10-7
9711301DBCP [Dibromo-3-chloropropane]00096-12-8
9829801Dicamba [3,6-Dichloro-o-anisic acid]01918-00-9
98(1)Dicamba Salts and Esters(1)
9929601Dichlone (Phygon)00117-80-6
100103401Thiophanate ethyl23564-06-9
10132101Perthane [Diethyl diphenyl dichloroethane and related compounds]00072-56-0
10286501EXD [Diethyl dithiobis (thionoformate)]00502-55-6
10357801Diazinon00333-41-5
104108201Diflubenzuron35367-38-5
10569122Benzethonium chloride00121-54-0
10635001Dimethoate00060-51-5
10753501Parathion methyl00298-00-0
10835201Dicrotophos00141-66-2
10958801Crotoxyphos07700-17-6
11078701DCPA [Dimethyl 2,3,5,6-tetrachloroterephthalate]01861-32-1
11157901Trichlorofon00052-68-6
11237505Dinoseb00088-85-7
11337801Dioxathion00078-34-2
11467701Diphacinone00082-66-6
11536601Diphenamid00957-51-7
11638501Diphenylamine00122-39-4
11647201MGK 326 [Dipropyl isocinchomeronate]00113-48-4
11863301Nabonate [Disodium cyanodithioimidocarbonate]00138-93-2
11935505Diuron00330-54-1
12044303Metasol DGH [Dodecylguanidine hydrochloride]13590-97-1
12144301Dodine (dodecylquanidine acetate)02439-10-3
12279401Endosulfan [Hexachlorohexahydromethano-2,4,3-benzodioxathiepin-3-oxide]00115-29-7
12338901Endothall00145-73-3
123(1)Endothall Salts and Esters(1)
12441601Endrin00072-20-8
125113101Ethalfluralin55283-68-6
12658401Ethion00563-12-2
12741101Ethoprop13194-48-4
128100601Fenamiphos22224-92-6
12928801Chlorobenzilate00510-15-6
13041405Butylate02008-41-5
13159901Famphur00052-85-7
132206600Fenarimol60168-88-9
13353301Fenthion00055-38-9
13434801Ferbam14484-64-1
13535503Fluometuron02164-17-2
13675002Fluoroacetamide00640-19-7
13781601Folpet00133-07-3
138103601Glyphosate [N-(Phosphonomethyl) glycine]01071-83-6
138(1)Glyphosate Salts and Esters(1)
139103602Glyphosine02439-99-8
14044801Heptachlor00076-44-8
141115601Cycloprate54460-46-7
142107201Hexazinone51235-04-2
143109401Isofenphos25311-71-1
144100201Isopropalin33820-53-0
14547601Propham00122-42-9
14697401Karbutilate04849-32-5
1479001Lindane00058-89-9
14835506Linuron00330-55-2
14939504Malachite green [Ammonium(4-(p-(dimethylamino)-alpha-phenylbenzylidine)-2,5-cyclohexadien-1-ylidene)-dimethyl chloride]00569-64-2
15057701Malathion00121-75-5
15114505Maneb12427-38-2
15234802Manganous dimethyldithiocarbamate15339-36-3
153114001Mefluidide [N-(2,4-dimethyl-5-(((trifluoromethyl) sulfonyl)-amino) phenyl acetamide]53780-34-0
153(1)Mefluidide Salts and Esters(1)
154101201Methamidophos10265-92-6
155100301Methidathion00950-37-8
15690301Methomyl16752-77-5
157105401Methoprene40596-69-8
15834001Methoxychlor00072-43-5
15969134Methylbenzethonium chloride15716-02-6
16053201Methylbromide00074-83-9
16269129Hyamine 2389 [Methyldodecylbenzyl trimethyl ammonium chloride 80% and methyldodecylxylylene bis (trimethylammoniumchloride) 20%]01399-80-0
16368102Methylenebisthiocyanate06317-18-6
16454101Quinmethionate02439-01-2
165108801Metolachlor51218-45-2
16644201Mexacarbate00315-18-4
16714601Metiram09006-42-2
16835502Monuron TCA00140-41-0
16935501Monuron00150-68-5
170103001Napropamide15299-99-7
17180301Deet00134-62-3
17214503Nabam00142-59-6
17334401Naled00300-76-5
17435801Norea18530-56-8
175105801Norflurazon27314-13-2
17630701N-1-Naphthylphthalimide05333-99-3
17630702Naptalam [N-1-Naphthylphthalamic acid]00132-66-1
17630703Naptalam Salts and Esters00132-67-2
17757001MGK 264 [N-2-Ethylhexyl bicycloheptene dicarboximide]00136-45-8
17884301Benfluralin01861-40-1
17979501Sulfotepp03689-24-5
18079101Aspon03244-90-4
18136501Coumaphos00056-72-4
18232701Fensulfothion00115-90-2
18332501Disulfoton00298-04-4
184105901Fenitrothion00122-14-5
18559201Phosmet00732-11-6
18658001Azinphos Methyl00086-50-0
18758702Oxydemeton methyl00301-12-2
192(1)Organo-tin pesticides(1)
194104201Oryzalin19044-88-3
195103801Oxamyl23135-22-0
196111601Oxyfluorfen42874-03-3
197111501Bolstar [Sulprofos]35400-43-2
198219900Sulprofos Oxon38527-90-1
19941801Santox (O-Ethyl O-(p-nitrophenyl) phenylphosphonothioate02104-64-5
20041701Fonofos00944-22-9
20147802Propoxur (o-Isopropylphenylmethylcarbamate)00114-26-1
20257501Parathion00056-38-2
203108501Pendimethalin40487-42-1
20456502Pentachloronitrobenzene00082-68-8
20563001Pentachlorophenol00087-86-5
20663003Pentachlorophenol Salts and Esters00131-52-2
207108001Perfluidone37924-13-3
208109701Permethrin52645-53-1
20998701Phenmedipham13684-63-4
21064501Phenothiazine00092-84-2
21164103Phenylphenol00090-43-7
21257201Phorate00298-02-2
21397701Phosalone02310-17-0
21418201Phosphamidon13171-21-6
2155101Picloram01918-02-1
2155104Picloram Salts and Esters02545-60-0
21667501Piperonyl butoxide00051-03-6
21769183PBED (Busan 77) [Poly (oxyethylene (dimethylimino) ethylene (dimethylimino) ethylene dichloride]31512-74-0
21834803Busan 85 [Potassium dimethyldithiocarbamate]00128-03-0
219102901Busan 40 [Potassium N-hydroxymethyl-N-methyldithiocarbamate]51026-28-9
22039002KN Methyl [Potassium N-methyldithiocarbamate]00137-41-7
221101301Metasol J26 [Potassium N-(alpha-(nitroethyl) benzyl)-ethylenediamine]53404-62-9
222111401Profenofos41198-08-7
22380804Prometon01610-18-0
22480805Prometryn07287-19-6
22597601Propargite02312-35-8
22680808Propazine00139-40-2
22777702Propionic acid00079-09-4
228119301Propamocarb and Propamocarb HCL24579-73-5
22969004Pyrethrin coils00121-21-1
23069001Pyrethrin I
23169002Pyrethrum (other than pyrethrins)08003-34-7
23269006Pyrethrin II00121-29-9
23397801Resmethrin10453-86-8
23458301Ronnel00299-84-3
23571003Rotenone00083-79-4
23674801DEF [S,S,S-Tributyl phosphorotrithioate]00078-48-8
23735509Siduron01982-49-6
23882501Silvex [2-(2,4,5-Trichlorophenoxypropionic acid)]00093-72-1
238(1)Silvex Salts and Esters(1)
23980807Simazine00122-34-9
240103901Bentazon25057-89-0
24134804Carbam-S [Sodium dimethyldithiocarbanate]00128-04-1
24275003Sodium monofluoroacetate00062-74-8
24339003Vapam [Sodium methyldithiocarbamate]00137-42-8
24457101Sulfoxide00120-62-7
24541301Cycloate01134-23-2
24641401EPTC [S-Ethyl dipropylthiocarbamate]00759-94-4
24741402Molinate02212-67-1
24841403Pebulate01114-71-2
24941404Vernolate01929-77-7
25035604HPTMS [S-(2-Hydroxypropyl) thiomethanesulfonate]29803-57-4
2519801Bensulide00741-58-2
252105501Tebuthiuron34014-18-1
25359001Temephos03383-96-8
25412701Terbacil05902-51-2
255105001Terbufos13071-79-9
25680814Terbuthylazine05915-41-3
25780813Terbutryn00886-50-0
25863004Tetrachlorophenol25167-83-3
25863007Tetrachlorophenol Salts and Esters(1)
25935602Dazomet00533-74-4
260102001Thiophanate methyl23564-05-8
26179801Thiram00137-26-8
26280501Toxaphene08001-35-2
26374901Merphos [Tributyl phosphorotrithioate]00150-50-5
26436101Trifluralin01582-09-8
26586002Warfarin [3-(a-Acetonylbenzyl)-4-hydroxycoumarin]00081-81-2
265(1)Warfarin Salts and Esters(1)
26651705Zinc MBT [Zinc 2-mercaptobenzothiazolate]00155-04-4
26714506Zineb12122-67-7
26834805Ziram00137-30-4
26978802S-(2,3,3-trichloroallyl) diisopropylthiocarbamate02303-17-5
27069005Phenothrin26002-80-2
27169003Tetramethrin07696-12-0
27218301Chloropropham00101-21-3

Note:

1Multiple compounds for active ingredient.

[58 FR 50691, Sept. 28, 1993]

Table 2 to Part 455—Organic Pesticide Active Ingredient Effluent Limitations Best Available Technology Economically Achievable (BAT) and Pretreatment Standards for Existing Sources (PSES)

Pesticidekg/kkg (lb/1,000 lb) Pounds of pollutant per 1000 lbs. productNotes
Daily maximum shall not exceedMonthly average shall not exceed
2,4-D1.97×10−36.40×10−4
2,4-D Salts and Esters(1)(1)
2,4-DB Salts and Esters(1)(1)
Acephate6.39×10−41.97×10−4
Acifluorfen2.459.3×10−1
Alachlor5.19×10−31.54×10−3
Aldicarb7.23×10−43.12×10−4
Ametryn7.72×10−32.53×10−3
Atrazine5.12×10−31.72×10−3
Azinphos Methyl2.74×10−21.41×10−2
Benfluralin3.22×10−41.09×10−41
Benomyl and Carbendazim3.50×10−28.94×10−32
Bolstar1.69×10−28.72×10−3
Bromacil3.83×10−11.16×10−1
Bromacil, lithium(1)(1)
Bromoxynil3.95×10−31.27×10−3
Bromoxynil octanoate3.95×10−31.27×10−3
Busan 40 [Potassium N-hydroxymethyl -N- methyldithiocarbamate]5.74×10−31.87×10−3
Busan 85 [Potassium dimethyldithiocarbamate]5.74×10−31.87×10−3
Butachlor5.19×10−31.54×10−3
Captafol4.24×10−61.31×10−6
Carbam-S [Sodium dimethyldithiocarbamate]5.74×10−31.87×10−3
Carbaryl1.6×10−37.3×10−4
Carbofuran1.18×10−42.80×10−5
Chloroneb8.16×10−23.31×10−2
Chlorothalonil1.51×10−34.57×10−4
Chlorpyrifos8.25×10−42.43×10−4
Cyanazine1.03×10−23.33×10−3
Dazomet5.74×10−31.87×10−3
DCPA7.79×10−22.64×10−2
DEF [S,S,S-Tributyl phosphorotrithioate]1.15×10−25.58×10−3
Diazinon2.82×10−31.12×10−3
Dichlorprop Salts and Esters(1)(1)
Dichlorvos9.6×10−52.95×10−5
Dinoseb4.731.43
Dioxathion3.40×10−21.29×10−2
Disulfoton7.33×10−33.79×10−3
Diuron3.15×10−21.4×10−2
Endothall Salts and Esters(1)(1)
Endrin2.2×10−25.1×10−3
Ethalfluralin3.22×10−41.09×10−41
Ethion5.51×10−31.57×10−3
Fenarimol1.02×10−13.61×10−2
Fensulfothion1.48×10−27.64×10−3
Fenthion1.83×10−29.45×10−3
Fenvalerate5.40×10−32.08×10−3
Heptachlor8.8×10−32.9×10−3
Isopropalin7.06×10−32.49×10−31
KN Methyl [Potassium N-methyldithiocarbamate]5.74×10−31.87×10−3
Linuron2.69×10−31.94×10−3
Malathion2.35×10−49.55×10−5
MCPA Salts and Esters(1)(1)
MCPP Salts and Esters(1)(1)
Merphos1.15×10−25.58×10−3
Methamidophos1.46×10−27.53×10−3
Methomyl3.82×10−31.76×10−3
Methoxychlor3.23×10−31.31×10−3
Metribuzin1.36×10−27.04×10−3
Mevinphos1.44×10−45.10×10−5
Nabam5.74×10−31.87×10−3
Nabonate5.74×10−31.87×10−3
Naled(1)(1)
Norflurazon7.20×10−43.10×10−4
Organo-tin pesticides1.72×10−27.42×10−33
Parathion7.72×10−43.43×10−4
Parathion methyl7.72×10−43.43×10−4
PCNB5.75×10−41.90×10−4
Pendimethalin1.30×10−23.99×10−3
Permethrin2.32×10−46.06×10−5
Phorate3.12×10−49.37×10−5
Phosmet(1)(1)4
Prometon7.72×10−32.53×10−3
Prometryn7.72×10−32.53×10−3
Pronamide6.64×10−42.01×10−4
Propachlor5.19×10−31.54×10−3
Propanil1.06×10−34.84×10−4
Propazine7.72×10−32.53×10−3
Pyrethrin I and Pyrethrin II1.24×10−23.33×10−3
Simazine7.72×10−32.53×10−3
Stirofos4.10×10−31.35×10−3
TCMTB3.89×10−31.05×10−3
Tebuthiuron9.78×10−23.40×10−2
Terbacil3.83×10−11.16×10−1
Terbufos4.92×10−41.26×10−4
Terbuthylazine7.72×10−32.53×10−3
Terbutryn7.72×10−32.53×10−3
Toxaphene1.02×10−23.71×10−3
Triadimefon6.52×10−23.41×10−2
Trifluralin3.22×10−41.09×10−41
Vapam [Sodium methyldithiocarbamate]5.74×10−31.87×10−3
Ziram [Zinc dimethyldithiocarbanate]5.74×10−31.87×10−3

1No discharge of process wastewater pollutants.

Notes:

1   Monitor and report as total Trifluralin.

2   Pounds of product include Benomyl and any Carbendazim production not converted to Benomyl.

3   Monitor and report as total tin.

4   Applies to purification by recrystalization portion of the process.

[58 FR 50695, Sept. 28, 1993, as amended at 63 FR 39443, July 22, 1998]

Table 3 to Part 455—Organic Pesticide Active Ingredient New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) and Pretreatment Standards for New Sources (PSNS)

Pesticidekg/kkg (lb/1,000 lb) pounds of pollutant per 1000 lbs product Notes
Daily maximum shall not exceedMonthly average shall not exceed
2,4-D1.42×10−34.61×10−4
2,4-D Salts and Esters(1)(1)
2,4-DB Salts and Esters(1)(1)
Acephate6.39 × 10−41.97 × 10−4
Acifluorfen1.776.69 × 10−1
Alachlor3.74 × 10−31.11 × 10−3
Aldicarb5.21 × 10−42.25 × 10−4
Ametryn5.56 × 10−31.82 × 10−3
Atrazine3.69 × 10−31.24 × 10−3
Benfluralin3.22 × 10−41.09 × 10−41
Benomyl and Carbendazom2.52 × 10−26.44 × 10−32
Bolstar1.22 × 10−26.28 × 10−3
Bromacil2.76 × 10−18.36 × 10−2
Bromacil, lithium(1)(1)
Bromoxynil2.84 × 10−39.14 × 10−4
Bromoxynil Octanoate2.84 × 10−39.14 × 10−4
Busan 40 [Potassium N-hydroxymethyl-N-methyldithiocarbamate]4.14 × 10−31.35 × 10−3
Busan 85 [Potassium dimethyldithiocarbamate]4.14 × 10−31.35 × 10−3
Butachlor3.74 × 10−31.11 × 10−3
Captafol4.24 × 10−61.31 × 10−6
Carbam-S [Sodium dimethyldithiocarbanate]4.14 × 10−31.35 × 10−3
Carbaryl1.18 × 10−35.24 × 10−4
Carbofuran1.18 × 10−42.80 × 10−5
Chloroneb5.87 × 10−22.39 × 10−2
Chlorothalonil1.09 × 10−33.29 × 10−4
Chlorpyrifos5.94 × 10−41.75 × 10−4
Cyanazine7.42 × 10−32.40 × 10−3
Dazomet4.14 × 10−31.35 × 10−3
DCPA5.61 × 10−21.90 × 10−2
DEF [S,S,S-Tributyl phosphorotrithioate]1.15 × 10−25.58 × 10−3
Diazinon2.05 × 10−38.13 × 10−4
Dichlorprop Salts and Esters(1)(1)
Dichlorvos6.88 × 10−52.13 × 10−5
Dinoseb3.411.03
Dioxathion2.54 × 10−29.31 × 10−3
Disulfoton5.28 × 10−32.72 × 10−3
Diuron2.27 × 10−21.01 × 10−2
Endothall Salts and Esters(1)(1)
Endrin1.57 × 10−23.69 × 10−3
Ethalfluralin3.22 × 10−41.09 × 10−41
Ethion3.97 × 10−31.33 × 10−3
Fenarimol1.02 × 10−13.61 × 10−2
Fensulfothion1.06 × 10−25.50 × 10−3
Fenthion1.32 × 10−26.79 × 10−3
Fenvalerate3.91 × 10−31.50 × 10−3
Guthion1.97 × 10−21.02 × 10−2
Heptachlor6.31 × 10−32.06 × 10−3
Isopropalin5.07 × 10−31.82 × 10−3
KN Methyl [Potassium N-methyldithiocarbamate]4.14 × 10−31.35 × 10−3
Linuron1.94 × 10−31.40 × 10−3
Malathion1.69 × 10−46.88 × 10−5
MCPA Salts and Esters(1)(1)
MCPP Salts and Esters(1)(1)
Merphos1.15 × 10−25.58 × 10−3
Methamidophos1.05 × 10−25.42 × 10−3
Methomyl2.75 × 10−31.27 × 10−3
Methoxychlor2.34 × 10−39.25 × 10−4
Metribuzin9.80 × 10−35.06 × 10−3
Mevinphos1.03 × 10−43.69 × 10−5
Nabam4.14 × 10−31.35 × 10−3
Nabonate4.14 × 10−31.35 × 10−3
Naled(1)(1)
Norflurazon7.20 × 10−43.10 × 10−4
Organo-tin pesticides1.25 × 10−25.36 × 10−33
Parathion Ethyl5.56 × 10−42.45 × 10−4
Parathion Methyl5.56 × 10−42.45 × 10−4
PCNB4.16 × 10−41.38 × 10−4
Pendimethalin1.30×10−23.99×10−3
Permethrin1.68 × 10−44.39 × 10−5
Phorate3.12 × 10−49.37 × 10−5
Phosmet(1)(1)4
Prometon5.56 × 10−31.82 × 10−3
Prometyrn5.56 × 10−31.82 × 10−3
Pronamide4.78 × 10−41.45 × 10−4
Propachlor3.74 × 10−31.11 × 10−3
Propanil7.63 × 10−43.48 × 10−4
Propazine5.56 × 10−31.82 × 10−3
Pyrethrin I and Pyrethrin II8.91 × 10−32.40 × 10−3
Simazine5.89 × 10−31.91 × 10−3
Stirofos2.95 × 10−39.72 × 10−4
TCMTB2.80 × 10−97.54 × 10−4
Tebuthiuron9.78 × 10−23.41 × 10−2
Terbacil2.76 × 10−18.36 × 10−2
Terbufos4.92 × 10−41.26 × 10−4
Terbuthylazine5.56 × 10−31.82 × 10−3
Terbutryn5.56 × 10−31.82 × 10−3
Toxaphene7.35 × 10−32.67 × 10−3
Triadimefon4.69 × 10−22.46 × 10−2
Trifluralin3.22 × 10−41.09 × 10−41
Vapam [Sodium methyldithiocarbamate]4.14 × 10−31.35 × 10−3
Ziram [Zinc dimethyldithiocarbanate]4.14 × 10−31.35 × 10−3

1No discharge of process wastewater pollutants.

Notes:

1 Monitor and report as total Trifluralin.

2 Pounds of product shall include Benomyl and any Carbendazim production not converted to Benomyl.

3 Monitor and report as total tin.

4 Applies to purification by recrystalization portion of the process.

[58 FR 50696, Sept. 28, 1993, as amended at 63 FR 39443, July 22, 1998]

Table 4 to Part 455—BAT and NSPS Effluent Limitations for Priority Pollutants for Direct Discharge Point Sources That use End-of-Pipe Biological Treatment

[Micrograms per liter (µg/l)]

Pollutant Daily maximum shall not exceed Monthly average shall not exceed
1,1-Dichloroethylene2516
1,1,1-Trichloroethane5421
1,2-Dichloroethane21168
1,2-Dichloropropane230153
1,2-Dichlorobenzene16377
1,2-trans-Dichloroethylene5421
1,3-Dichloropropene4429
1,4-Dichlorobenzene2815
2-chlorophenol9831
2,4-Dichlorophenol11239
2,4-Dimethylphenol3618
Benzene13637
Bromodichloromethane380142
Bromomethane380142
Chlorobenzene2815
Chloromethane19086
Cyanide (Total)640220
Dibromochloromethane794196
Dichloromethane8940
Ethylbenzene10832
Lead (Total)690320
Naphthalene5922
Phenol2615
Tetrachloroethylene5622
Tetrachloromethane3818
Toluene8026
Tribromomethane794196
Trichloromethane4621

[58 FR 50698, Sept. 28, 1993]

Table 5 to Part 455—BAT and NSPS Effluent Limitations for Priority Pollutants for Direct Discharge Point Sources That Do Not Use End-of-Pipe Biological Treatment

[Micrograms per liter (µg/l)]

Pollutant Daily maximum shall not exceed Monthly average shall not exceed
1,1-Dichloroethylene6022
1,1,1-Trichloroethane5922
1,2-trans-Dichloroethylene6625
1,2-Dichlorobenzene794196
1,2-Dichloropropane794196
1,2-Dichloroethane574180
1,3-Dichloropropene794196
1,4-Dichlorobenzene380142
2,4-Dimethylphenol4719
Benzene13457
Bromodichloromethane380142
Bromomethane380142
Chlorobenzene380142
Chloromethane295110
Cyanide (Total)640220
Dibromochloromethane794196
Dichloromethane17036
Ethylbenzene380142
Lead (Total)690320
Naphthalene4719
Phenol4719
Tetrachloroethylene16452
Tetrachloromethane380142
Toluene7428
Tribromomethane794196
Trichloromethane325111

[58 FR 50698, Sept. 28, 1993]

Table 6 to Part 455—PSES and PSNS for Priority Pollutants

[Micrograms per liter (µg/l)]

Pollutant Daily maximum shall not exceed Monthly maximum shall not exceed
1,1-Dichloroethylene6022
1,1,1-Trichloroethane5922
1,2-trans-Dichloroethylene6625
1,2-Dichlorobenzene794196
1,2-Dichloropropane794196
1,2-Dichloroethane574180
1,3-Dichloropropene794196
1,4-Dichlorobenzene380142
Benzene13457
Bromodichloromethane380142
Bromomethane380142
Chlorobenzene380142
Chloromethane295110
Cyanide (Total)640220
Dibromochloromethane794196
Dichloromethane17036
Ethylbenzene380142
Lead (Total)690320
Naphthalene4719
Tetrachloroethylene16452
Tetrachloromethane380142
Toluene7428
Tribromomethane794196
Trichloromethane325111

[58 FR 50699, Sept. 28, 1993]

Table 7 to Part 455 [Reserved]

Table 8 to Part 455—List of Pollution Prevention Alternative Practices

A modification to the list of practices on this table that an individual facility must comply with to be eligible for the pollution prevention alternative is allowed with acceptable justification as listed on this table as approved by the permit writer or control authority (using BPJ/BEJ) after submittal by the facility of a request for modification. A modification, for purposes of this table, means that a facility would no longer have to perform a listed practice or would need to comply with a modified practice. However, the modification only applies to the specific practice for which the modification has been justified and to no other listed practices. Facilities are required to thoroughly discuss all modifications in the on-site compliance paperwork as described above in the limitations and standards (§455.41(c)).

1. Must use water conservation practices. These practices may include, but are not limited to using: spray nozzles or flow reduction devices on hoses, low volume/high pressure rinsing equipment, floor scrubbing machines, mop(s) and bucket(s), and counter current staged drum rinsing stations.

[Modification allowed when: Rinsing narrow transfer lines or piping where sufficient rinsing is better achieved by flushing with water.]

2. Must practice good housekeeping:

(a) Perform preventative maintenance on all valves and fittings and repair leaky valves and fittings in a timely manner;

(b) Use drip pans under any valves or fittings where hoses or lines are routinely connected and disconnected, collect for reuse when possible; and

(c) Perform quick cleanup of leaks and spills in outdoor bulk storage or process areas.

3. Must sweep or vacuum dry production areas prior to rinsing with water.

4. Must clean interiors of dry formulation equipment with dry carrier prior to any water rinse. The carrier material must be stored and reused in future formulation of the same or compatible product or properly disposed of as solid waste.

5. If operating continuous overflow Department of Transportation (DOT) aerosol leak test baths—>

Must operate with some recirculation.

6. If operating air pollution control wet scrubbers—>

Must operate as recirculating scrubbers (periodic blowdown is allowed as needed).

[Modification allowed when: Facility demonstrates that they would not be able to meet Resource Conservation Recovery Act or Clean Air Act (CAA) requirements.]

7. When performing rinsing of raw material drums, storage drums, and/or shipping containers that contained liquid PAI(s) and/or inert ingredients for the formulation of water-based products—>

Must reuse the drum/shipping container rinsate DIRECTLY into the formulation at the time of formulation; or store for use in future formulation of same or compatible product; or use a staged drum rinsing station (counter current rinsing).

[Modification allowed when: the drum/shipping container holds inert ingredient(s) only and (1) the facility can demonstrate that, after using water conservation practices, the large concentration of inert ingredient in the formulation creates more volume than could feasibly be reused; or (2) the facility can demonstrate that the concentration of the inert in the formulation is so small that the reuse would cause a formulation to exceed the ranges allowed in the Confidential Statement of Formula (CSF) (40 CFR 158.155).]

8. When performing rinsing of raw material drums, storage drums, and/or shipping containers that contained liquid PAI(s) and/or inert ingredients for the formulation of solvent-based products—>

Must reuse the drum/shipping container rinsate DIRECTLY into the formulation at the time of formulation or store for use in future formulation of same or compatible product.

[Modification allowed when:

(a) The drum/shipping container holds inert ingredient(s) only and: (1) The facility can demonstrate that, after using water conservation practices, the large concentration of inert ingredient in the formulation creates more volume than could feasibly be reused; or (2) the facility can demonstrate that the concentration of the inert in the formulation is so small that the reuse would cause a formulation to exceed the ranges allowed in the Confidential Statement of Formula (CSF) (40 CFR 158.155); or

(b) Drums/shipping containers are going to a drum refurbisher/recycler who will only accept drums rinsed with water.]

9. Must dedicate PFPR production equipment by water-based versus solvent-based products. Dedicated solvent-based or water-based equipment may be used on a non-routine basis for non-dedicated operations; however the facility may not discharge the solvent/aqueous changeover rinsate as part of their P2 allowable discharge (i.e., the facility must achieve zero discharge of those process wastewater pollutants).

[Modification allowed when: Facility has installed and is using a solvent recovery system for the changeover rinsate (can also be used for other solvent recovery).]

10. Must store the rinsate from interior rinsing (does not include drum/shipping container rinsate) for reuse in future formulation of same or compatible product.

[Modification allowed when:

(a) Facility has evidence of biological growth or other product deterioration over a typical storage period;

(b) Facility has space limitations, BUT must still store rinsates for most frequently produced products;

(c) Manufacturer (or formulator contracting for toll formulating) has directed otherwise (i.e., send back to them or send for off-site disposal);

(d) Facility is dropping registration or production of the formulation and there is no compatible formulation for reuse of the rinsates or facility can provide reasonable explanation of why it does not anticipate formulation of same or compatible formulation within the next 12 months;

(e) Facility only performs packaging of the pesticide product from which interior rinsate is generated; or

(f) Facility has demonstrated that it must use a detergent to clean the equipment.]

Notes

For indirect dischargers: After following the practices above, some wastewaters may require pretreatment prior to discharge to POTWs. See definition of pollution prevention allowable discharge for indirect dischargers (§455.41(d)).

For direct dischargers: After following the practices above, all wastewaters require treatment prior to discharge directly to the nation's waters. See definition of pollution prevention allowable discharge for direct dischargers (§455.41(e)).

Additional information and guidance on implementing these P2 practices as well as evaluating compliance with these practices will be available in a P2 Guidance Manual for the PFPR Industry.

[61 FR 57553, Nov. 6, 1996]

Table 9 to Part 455—Group 2 Mixtures

Shaughnessey code Chemical name1
002201Sabadilla alkaloids.
006501Aromatic petroleum derivative solvent.
006602Heavy aromatic naphtha.
0166012Dry ice.
022003Coal tar.
025001Coal tar neutral oils.
025003Creosote oil (Note: Derived from any source).
025004Coal tar creosote.
031801Ammonium salts of C8-18 and C18′ fatty acids.
055601BNOA.
063501Kerosene.
063502Mineral oil—includes paraffin oil from 063503.
063503Petroleum distillate, oils, solvent, or hydrocarbons; also p.
063506Mineral spirits.
067003Terpineols (unspec.).
067205Pine tar oil.
067207Ester gum.
067302Amines, N-coco alkyltrimethylenedi-, acetates.
069152Amines, coco alkyl, hydrochlorides.
070801Red Squill glycoside.
071004Cube Resins other than rotenone.
071501Ryania speciosa, powdered stems of.
0726022Silica gel.
0726052Silicon dioxide.
079014Turkey red oil.
079021Potassium salts of fatty acids.
079029Fatty alcohols (52-61% C10, 39-46% C8, 0-3% C6, 0-3% C12).
079034Methyl esters of fatty acids (100% C8-C12)
079059Fatty alcohols (54.5% C10, 45.1% C8, 0.4% C6)
086803Xylene range aromatic solvent
107302Polyhedral inclusion bodies of Douglas fir tussock moth nucl.
107303Polyhedral inclusion bodies of gypsy moth nucleopolyhedrosis.
107304Polyhedral inclusion bodies of n. sertifer
116902Gibberellin A4 mixt. with Gibberellin A7.
117001Nosema locustae.
128888Lactofen (ANSI).
1289342Nitrogen, liquid.
129029Bergamot Oil.
224600Diethanolamides of the fatty acids of coconut oil (coded 079).
505200Isoparaffinic hydrocarbons.

1Shaughnessey codes and chemical names are taken directly from the FATES database. Several chemical names are truncated because the chemical names listed in the FATES database are limited to 60 characters.

2EPA does not believe this PAI will persist in sanitary streams long enough to reach a POTW.

[61 FR 57554, Nov. 6, 1996]

Table 10 to Part 455—List of Appropriate Pollution Control Technologies

This table contains those pollutant control technologies, such as hydrolysis, chemical oxidation, precipitation and activated carbon adsorption, which have been used for estimating compliance costs on a PAI specific basis. In general, these treatment technologies have been determined to be effective in treating pesticide containing wastewaters in literature, in bench or pilot scale treatability studies or in the Pesticide Manufacturing effluent guidelines. These are the same technologies that are presented as part of the Universal Treatment System. However, these technologies are PAI specific and may need to be used in conjunction with one another to provide treatment for all PAIs used at a facility over a period of time. In addition, facilities may experience difficulties treating wastewaters that contain emulsions, therefore, “appropriate” treatment for emulsified wastewaters must include an emulsion breaking step. For PAIs whose technology is listed as “Pollution Prevention”, the permitting authority/control authority can determine if additional treatment is necessary through best professional judgement/best engineering judgement, respectively.

List of Appropriate Pollution Control Technologies1

PAI name2PAI code3Shaughnessy code4Structural group5Treatment technology
Dicofol00110501DDTHydrolysis.
Maleic Hydrazide00251501HydrazideActivated Carbon.
EDB00342002EDBActivated Carbon.
Vancide TH00482901s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
1,3-Dichloropropene00529001EDBHydrolysis.
Thenarsazine Oxide00612601OrganoarsenicPrecipitation.
Dowicil 7500717901NR4Activated Carbon.
Triadimefon008109901s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Hexachlorophene00944901ChloropheneActivated Carbon.
Tetrachlorophene010ChloropheneActivated Carbon.
Dichlorophene01155001ChloropheneActivated Carbon.
Dichlorvos01284001PhosphateHydrolysis.
Landrin-2013CarbamateActivated Carbon.
2,3,6-T, S&E or Fenac014826052,4-DActivated Carbon.
2,4,5-T and 2,4,5-T, S&E015(*)2,4-DActivated Carbon.
2,4-D (2,4-D, S&E)016(*)2,4-DChemical Oxidation.
2,4-DB, S&E017(*)2,4-DActivated Carbon.
Dyrene or Anilazine01880811s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Dinocap01936001PhenylcrotonateActivated Carbon.
Dichloran or DCNA02031301Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Busan 900218707Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Mevinphos02215801PhosphateHydrolysis.
Sulfallate023DithiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Chlorfenvinphos02484101PhosphateActivated Carbon.
Cyanazine or Bladex025100101s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Propachlor02619101AcetanilideActivated Carbon.
MCPA, S&E027(*)2,4-DActivated Carbon.
Octhilinone02899901HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Pindone02967703Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Dichlorprop, S&E030(*)2,4-DActivated Carbon.
MCPP, S&E or Mecoprop031(*)2,4-DActivated Carbon.
Thiabendazole03260101HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Belclene 31003380815s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Chlorprop, S&E034212022,4-DActivated Carbon.
Busan 72 or TCMTB03535603HeterocyclicHydrolysis.
Chlorophacinone03767707Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Landrin-1038CarbamateActivated Carbon.
Pronamide039101701ChlorobenzamideActivated Carbon.
Methiocarb or Mesurol040100501CarbamateHydrolysis.
Propanil04128201ChloropropionanilideActivated Carbon.
Polyphase6042107801CarbamateActivated Carbon.
Coumafuryl or Fumarin04386001CoumarinActivated Carbon.
DNOC044PhenolActivated Carbon.
Metribuzin045101101TriazathioneActivated Carbon.
CPA, S&E046(*)2,4-DActivated Carbon.
MCPB, S&E047192022,4-DActivated Carbon.
Aminocarb048CarbamateHydrolysis.
Etridiazole04984701HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Ethoxyquin05055501QuinolinActivated Carbon.
Acephate or Orthene052103301PhosphoroamidothioateActivated Carbon.
Acifluorfen053114402Benzoic AcidActivated Carbon.
Alachlor05490501AcetanilideActivated Carbon.
Aldicarb05598301CarbamateHydrolysis.
Allethrin057(*)PyrethrinActivated Carbon.
Ametryn05880801s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Amitraz059106201IminamideActivated Carbon.
Atrazine06080803s-TriazineHydrolysis.
Bendiocarb061105201CarbamateHydrolysis.
Benomyl06299101CarbamateHydrolysis.
BHC063LindaneHydrolysis.
Benzyl Benzoate0649501EsterActivated Carbon.
Lethane 60065ThiocyanateActivated Carbon.
Bifenox066104301NitrobenzoateActivated Carbon.
Biphenyl06717002ArylActivated Carbon.
Bromacil (Lithium Salt)068(*)UracilActivated Carbon.
Bromoxynil069(*)BenzonitrileActivated Carbon.
Butachlor070AcetanilideActivated Carbon.
Giv-gard071101401Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Cacodylic Acid072(*)OrganoarsenicPrecipitation.
Captafol073PhthalimideHydrolysis.
Captan07481301PhthalimideHydrolysis.
Carbaryl07556801CarbamateHydrolysis.
Carbofuran07690601CarbamateHydrolysis.
Carbosulfan077CarbamateActivated Carbon.
Chloramben078(*)Benzoic AcidActivated Carbon.
Chlordane07958201TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Chloroneb08027301Aryl HalideChemical Oxidation.
Chloropicrin08181501Alkyl HalideChemical Oxidation.
Chlorothalonil08281901ChloropropionanilideActivated Carbon.
Chloroxuron083UreaActivated Carbon.
Stirofos08483701PhosphateHydrolysis.
Chlorpyrifos Methyl08559102PhosphorothioateHydrolysis.
Chlorpyrifos08659101PhosphorothioateChemical Oxidation.
Mancozeb08714504DithiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Bioquin (Copper)08824002OrganocopperPrecipitation.
Copper EDTA08939105OrganocopperPrecipitation.
Pydrin or Fenvalerate090109301PyrethrinActivated Carbon.
Cycloheximide091Cyclic KetoneActivated Carbon.
Dalapon092(*)Alkyl HalideActivated Carbon.
Dienochlor09327501HCpActivated Carbon.
Demeton094PhosphorothioateHydrolysis.
Desmedipham095104801CarbamateHydrolysis.
Amobam096Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
DBCP097EDBActivated Carbon.
Dicamba098(*)Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Dichlone09929601QuinoneActivated Carbon.
Thiophanate Ethyl100103401CarbamateHydrolysis.
Perthane101DDTActivated Carbon.
EXD102DithiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Diazinon10357801PhosphorothioateHydrolysis.
Diflubenzuron104108201UreaActivated Carbon.
Dimethoate10635001PhosphorodithioateHydrolysis.
Parathion Methyl10753501PhosphorothioateHydrolysis.
Dicrotophos10835201PhosphateActivated Carbon.
Crotoxyphos10958801PhosphateActivated Carbon.
DCPA11078701Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Trichlorofon11157901PhosphonateActivated Carbon.
Dinoseb11237505PhenolActivated Carbon.
Dioxathion11337801PhosphorodithioateHydrolysis.
Diphacinone11467701IndandioneActivated Carbon.
Diphenamide11536601AcetamideActivated Carbon.
Diphenylamine11638501Aryl AmineActivated Carbon.
MGK 32611747201EsterActivated Carbon.
Nabonate11863301IsocyanateChemical Oxidation.
Diuron11935505UreaActivated Carbon.
Metasol DGH12044303NR4Activated Carbon.
Dodine12144301NR4Activated Carbon.
Endosulfan12279401TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Endothall (Endothall S&E)123(*)BicyclicActivated Carbon.
Endrin12441601TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Ethalfluralin125113101ToluidineActivated Carbon.
Ethion12658401PhosphorodithioateHydrolysis.
Ethoprop12741101PhosphorodithioateActivated Carbon.
Fenamiphos128100601PhosphoroamidateActivated Carbon.
Chlorobenzilate12928801Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Butylate13041405ThiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Famphur131PhosphorothioateHydrolysis.
Fenarimol132206600PyrimidineActivated Carbon.
Fenthion or Baytex13353301PhosphorothioateHydrolysis.
Ferbam13434801DithiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Fluometuron13535503UreaActivated Carbon.
Fluoroacetamide136AcetamideActivated Carbon.
Folpet13781601PhthalimideHydrolysis.
Glyphosate (Glyphosate S&E)138(*)PhosphoroamidateChemical Oxidation.
Glyphosine139PhosphoroamidateActivated Carbon.
Heptachlor14044801TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Cycloprate141ThiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Hexazinone142107201s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Isofenphos143109401PhosphoroamidothioateActivated Carbon.
Isopropalin144100201ToluidineActivated Carbon.
Propham145CarbamateHydrolysis.
Karabutilate14697401CarbamateHydrolysis.
Lindane1479001LindaneActivated Carbon.
Linuron14835506UreaChemical Oxidation.
Malachite Green14939504NR4Activated Carbon.
Malathion15057701PhosphorodithioateHydrolysis.
Maneb15114505DithiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Manam152DithiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Mefluidide153114002CarbamateActivated Carbon.
Methamidophos154101201PhosphoroamidothioateActivated Carbon.
Methidathion155100301PhosphorodithioateActivated Carbon.
Methomyl15690301CarbamateHydrolysis.
Methoprene157(*)EsterActivated Carbon.
Methoxychlor15834001DDTHydrolysis.
Methyl Bromide16053201Alkyl HalideActivated Carbon.
Monosodium Methyl Arsenate161(*)OrganoarsenicPrecipitation.
Nalco D-230316368102ThiocyanateActivated Carbon.
Quinomethionate16454101Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Metolachlor165108801AcetanilideActivated Carbon.
Mexacarbate166CarbamateHydrolysis.
Metiram16714601DithiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Monuron TCA16835502UreaActivated Carbon.
Monuron16935501UreaActivated Carbon.
Napropamide170103001CarbamateActivated Carbon.
Deet17180301ToluamideActivated Carbon.
Nabam17214503DithiocarbamateChemical Oxidation.
Naled17334401PhosphateHydrolysis.
Norea174UreaActivated Carbon.
Norflurazon175105801HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Naptalam or Neptalam17630703PhthalamideActivated Carbon.
MGK 26417757001BicyclicActivated Carbon.
Benfluralin17884301ToluidineActivated Carbon.
Sulfotepp17979501PhosphorothioateActivated Carbon.
Aspon180PhosphorothioateActivated Carbon.
Coumaphos18136501PhosphorothioateHydrolysis.
Fensulfothion18232701PhosphorothioateHydrolysis.
Disulfoton18332501PhosphorodithioateHydrolysis.
Fenitrothion184105901PhosphorothioateHydrolysis.
Phosmet18559201PhosphorodithioateHydrolysis.
Azinphos Methyl (Guthion)18658001PhosphorodithioateHydrolysis.
Oxydemeton Methyl18758702PhosphorothioateActivated Carbon.
Organo-Arsenic Pesticides188OrganoarsenicPrecipitation.
Organo-Cadmium Pesticides189OrganocadmiumPrecipitation
Organo-Copper Pesticides190(*)OrganocopperPrecipitation.
Organo-Mercury Pesticides191(*)OrganomercuryPrecipitation.
Organo-Tin Pesticides192(*)OrganotinPrecipitation.
o-Dichlorobenzene19359401Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Oryzalin194104201SulfanilamideActivated Carbon.
Oxamyl195103801CarbamateHydrolysis.
Oxyfluorfen196111601Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Bolstar197111501PhosphorodithioateActivated Carbon.
Sulprofos Oxon198PhosphorothioateHydrolysis.
Santox (EPN)19941801PhosphorodithioateHydrolysis.
Fonofos20041701PhosphorodithioateHydrolysis.
Propoxur20147802CarbamateHydrolysis.
p-Dichlorobenzene20261501Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Parathion Ethyl20357501PhosphorothioateHydrolysis.
Pendimethalin204108501BenzeneamineActivated Carbon.
PCNB20556502Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
PCP or Penta206(*)PhenolActivated Carbon.
Perfluidone207SulfonamideActivated Carbon.
Permethrin208109701PyrethrinActivated Carbon.
Phenmedipham20998701CarbamateHydrolysis.
Nemazine21064501HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Phorate21257201PhosphorodithioateHydrolysis.
Phosalone21397701PhosphorodithioateHydrolysis.
Phosphamidon21418201PhosphateHydrolysis.
Picloram215(*)PyridineActivated Carbon.
Piperonyl Butoxide21667501EsterActivated Carbon.
PBED or WSCP (Busan 77)21769183NR4Activated Carbon.
Busan 85 or Arylane21834803DithiocarbamateChemical Oxidation.
Busan 40219102901DithiocarbamateChemical Oxidation.
KN Methyl22039002DithiocarbamateChemical Oxidation.
Metasol J26221101301Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Profenofos222111401PhosphorothioateActivated Carbon.
Prometon or Caparol22380804s-TriazineChemical Oxidation.
Prometryn22480805s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Propargite22597601Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Propazine22680808s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Propionic Acid22777702Alkyl AcidActivated Carbon.
Previcur N228119301CarbamateHydrolysis.
Pyrethrin Coils22969004PyrethrinActivated Carbon.
Pyrethrum I23069001PyrethrinHydrolysis.
Pyrethrum II23169002PyrethrinHydrolysis.
Pyrethrins232(*)PyrethrinHydrolysis.
Resmethrin233(*)PyrethrinActivated Carbon.
Fenchlorphos or Ronnel23458301PhosphorothioateHydrolysis.
Mexide or Rotenone23571003Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
DEF23674801PhosphorotrithioateActivated Carbon.
Siduron or Tupersan23735509UreaActivated Carbon.
Silvex238(*)2,4-DActivated Carbon.
Simazine23980807s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Sodium Bentazon240103901HeterocyclicChemical Oxidation.
Carbam-S or Sodam24134804DithiocarbamateChemical Oxidation.
Sodium Fluoroacetate24275003AcetamideActivated Carbon.
Vapam or Metham Sodium24339003DithiocarbamateChemical Oxidation.
Sulfoxide24457101Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Cycloate or Ro-Neet24541301ThiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
EPrecipitationC or Eptam24641401ThiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Molinate24741402ThiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Pebulate or Tillman24841403ThiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Vernolate or Vernam24941404ThiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
HPrecipitationMS25035604ThiosulphonateActivated Carbon.
Bensulide or Betesan2519801PhosphorodithioateActivated Carbon.
Tebuthiuron252105501UreaActivated Carbon.
Temephos25359001PhosphorothioateHydrolysis.
Terbacil25412701UracilActivated Carbon.
Terbufos or Counter255105001PhosphorodithioateActivated Carbon.
Terbuthylazine25680814s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Terbutryn25780813s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Tetrachlorophenol25863004PhenolActivated Carbon.
Dazomet25935602HeterocyclicChemical Oxidation.
Thiophanate Methyl260102001CarbamateHydrolysis.
Thiram26179801DithiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Toxaphene26280501BicyclicActivated Carbon.
Merphos26374901PhosphorotrithioateHydrolysis.
Trifluralin or Treflan26436101ToluidineActivated Carbon.
Warfarin265(*)CoumarinActivated Carbon.
Zinc MBT26651705OrganozincPrecipitation.
Zineb26714506DithiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Ziram26834805DithiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Triallate26978802ThiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Phenothrin27069005PyrethrinActivated Carbon.
Tetramethrin27169003PyrethrinActivated Carbon.
Chloropropham27218301CarbamateHydrolysis.
Non-272 PAIs
CFC 1113Alkyl HalideActivated Carbon.
CFC 1214Alkyl HalideActivated Carbon.
Polyethylene152PolymerActivated Carbon.
Acrolein701AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Dimethyl-m-dioxan-4-ol acetate1001HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Dodecyl alcohol1509AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Tetradecyl alcohol1510AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Rosin amine D acetate4201Alkyl AcidActivated Carbon.
Dihydroabietylamine acetate4213Alkyl AcidActivated Carbon.
Amitrole4401HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Allyl isothiocyanate4901ThiocyanateActivated Carbon.
AMS5501InorganicPollution Prevention.
Calcium sulfate5602InorganicPollution Prevention.
Tartar emetic6201InorganicPollution Prevention.
Diphenylstibene 2-ethylhexanoate6202ArylActivated Carbon.
Streptomycin6306HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Oxytetracycline hydrochloride6308PhthalamideActivated Carbon.
Streptomycin sesquisulfate6310HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Neomycin sulfate6313BenzeneamineActivated Carbon.
Antimycin A6314HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Calcium oxytetracycline6321PhthalamideActivated Carbon.
Espesol 3A6601PhosphorothioateActivated Carbon.
Arsenic acid6801MetallicPrecipitation.
Arsenic acid anhydride6802MetallicPrecipitation.
Arsenous acid anhydride7001MetallicPrecipitation.
Copper oxychloride8001MetallicPrecipitation.
Basic cupric sulfate8101MetallicPrecipitation.
Basic copper III—zinc sulfate complex (Declare copper and8102MetallicPrecipitation.
Bromophos8706PhosphorothioateActivated Carbon.
Benzyl bromoacetate8710Benzoic acidActivated Carbon.
Benzoic acid9101Benzoic acidActivated Carbon.
Benzyl diethyl ((2,6-xylylcarbamoyl)methyl) ammonium benzoate9106NR4Activated Carbon.
Benzyl alcohol9502ArylActivated Carbon.
3-Chloro-p-toluidine hydrochloride9901ChloropropionanilideActivated Carbon.
Butoxyethoxy)ethyl thiocyanate10002ThiocyanateActivated Carbon.
2-Naphthol10301PhenolActivated Carbon.
Boric acid11001InorganicPollution Prevention.
Barium metaborate11101InorganicPollution Prevention.
Boron sodium oxide (B8Na2O13), tetrahydrate (12280-03-4)11103InorganicPollution Prevention.
Sodium metaborate (NaBO2)11104InorganicPollution Prevention.
Boron sodium oxide (B8Na2O13) (12008-41-2)11107InorganicPollution Prevention.
Boron sodium oxide (B4Na2O7), pentahydrate (12179-04-3)11110InorganicPollution Prevention.
Boron sodium oxide (B4Na2O7) (1330-43-4)11112InorganicPollution Prevention.
Polybutene11402PolymerActivated Carbon.
Polyisobutylene11403PolymerActivated Carbon.
Butyl cellosolve11501AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Butoxypolypropylene glycol11901PolymerActivated Carbon.
Neburon (ANSI)12001ChloropropionanilideActivated Carbon.
Methyltrimethylenedioxy)bis(4-methyl-1,3,2-dioxaborinane)12401BicyclicActivated Carbon.
Oxybis(4,4,6-trimethyl-1,3,2-dioxaborinane)12402BicyclicActivated Carbon.
Cadmium chloride12902MetallicPrecipitation.
Lead arsenate, basic13502MetallicPrecipitation.
Lead arsenate13503MetallicPrecipitation.
Sodium arsenate13505MetallicPrecipitation.
Sodium arsenite13603MetallicPrecipitation.
Potassium bromide13903InorganicPollution Prevention.
Camphor15602BicyclicActivated Carbon.
Carbon disulfide16401InorganicPollution Prevention.
Carbon tetrachloride16501Alkyl HalideActivated Carbon.
Barban (ANSI)17601CarbamateActivated Carbon.
Chloro-2-propenyl)-3,5,7,triaza-1-azo niatricyclo(3.3.1.1)sup17902TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Chlormequat chloride18101NR4Activated Carbon.
Chloromethoxypropylmercuric acetate18401MetallicPrecipitation.
Allidochlor19301AcetanilideActivated Carbon.
Chromic acid21101MetallicPrecipitation.
Chromic oxide21103MetallicPrecipitation.
Cresol (unspec) (Cresylic acid)22101PhenolActivated Carbon.
Cresol22102PhenolActivated Carbon.
Copper (metallic)22501MetallicPrecipitation.
Copper ammonium carbonate22703MetallicPrecipitation.
Copper carbonate22901MetallicPrecipitation.
Copper hydroxide23401MetallicPrecipitation.
Copper chloride hydroxide (Cu2Cl(OH)3)23501MetallicPrecipitation.
Copper oxychloride sulfate23503MetallicPrecipitation.
Copper sulfate24401MetallicPrecipitation.
Copper (from triethanolamine complex)24403MetallicPrecipitation.
Copper as metallic (in the form of chelates of copper citrat)24405MetallicPrecipitation.
Copper as elemental from copper—ethylenediamine complex24407MetallicPrecipitation.
Copper sulfate (anhydrous)24408MetallicPrecipitation.
Copper(I) oxide25601MetallicPrecipitation.
Cuprous thiocyanate25602MetallicPrecipitation.
Cyclohexane25901ArylActivated Carbon.
Cyclohexanone25902Cyclic KetoneActivated Carbon.
Dichlobenil27401ChloropropionanilideActivated Carbon.
Diquat dibromide32201NR4Activated Carbon.
Dimethrin (ANSI)34101PyrethrinActivated Carbon.
Dicapthon34502PhosphorothioateActivated Carbon.
Ziram, cyclohexylamine complex34806DithiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Butyl dimethyltrithioperoxycarbamate34807DithiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Daminozide35101AcetanilideActivated Carbon.
Bis(trichloromethyl) sulfone35601Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon
Bis(bromoacetoxy)-2-butene35605Alkyl HalideActivated Carbon.
Dazomet, sodium salt35607HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Butonate35701PhosphonateActivated Carbon.
Trifluoro-4-nitro-m-cresol(**)=alpha,alpha,alpha-6201PhenolActivated Carbon.
Triethanolamine dinoseb (2-sec-Butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol)37506PhenolActivated Carbon.
Sodium 4,6-dinitro-o-cresylate37508PhenolActivated Carbon.
Dinitrophenol37509PhenolActivated Carbon.
Alkanol* amine dinoseb (2-sec-butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol) *(s37511PhenolActivated Carbon.
Sodium dinoseb (2-sec-Butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol)37512PhenolActivated Carbon.
Nitrilotriacetic acid, trisodium salt39106AcetamideActivated Carbon.
Trisodium(2-hydroxyethyl)ethylene diaminetriacetate39109AcetanilideActivated Carbon.
Ammonium ethylenediaminetetraacetate39117AcetamideActivated Carbon.
Pentasodium diethylenetriaminepentaacetate39120AcetanilideActivated Carbon.
Ethyl-1,3-hexanediol41001AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Ethylene41901Miscellaneous OrganicPollution Prevention.
EDC42003EDBActivated Carbon.
Methylene chloride42004Alkyl HalideActivated Carbon.
Methoxyethanol42202AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Ethylene glycol42203AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Butylene glycol42205AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Ethylene oxide42301Miscellaneous OrganicPollution Prevention.
Copper(II) oxide42401MetallicPrecipitation.
Cuprous and cupric oxide, mixed42403MetallicPrecipitation.
Propylene oxide42501Miscellaneous OrganicPollution Prevention.
Formaldehyde43001Miscellaneous OrganicPollution Prevention.
Paraformaldehyde43002PolymerActivated Carbon.
Bis(2-butylene) tetrahydro-2-furaldehyde43302TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Giberellic acid43801TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Potassium gibberellate43802TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Glutaral43901AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Copper citrate44005MetallicPrecipitation.
Methyl nonyl ketone44102Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Methyl-2-pentanone44105Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Monosodium 2,2′-methylenebis (3,4,6-trichlorophenate)44902ChloropheneActivated Carbon.
Potassium 2,2′-methylenebis (3,4,6-trichlorophenate)44904ChloropheneActivated Carbon.
Hexachloroepoxyoctahydro-endo, exo-dimethanoaphthalene 85%45001TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Chlorhexidine diacetate45502ChloropropionanilideActivated Carbon.
Hydrocyanic acid45801InorganicActivated Carbon.
Hydroxyethyl octyl sulfide46301AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Heptadecenyl-2-(2-hydroxyethyl)-2-i midazolinium chloride46608NR4Activated Carbon.
Hydroxyethyl)-2-alkyl-2-imidazoline (as in fatty acids of t46609NR4Activated Carbon.
IBA46701BicyclicActivated Carbon.
Dihydropyrone46801Cyclic ketoneActivated Carbon.
Butoxypolypropoxypolyethoxyethanol-iodine complex46901PolymerActivated Carbon.
Polyethoxypolypropoxyethanol-iodine complex46904PolymerActivated Carbon.
Use code no. 046904 (polyethoxypolypropoxy ethanol-iodine complex)46909PolymerActivated Carbon.
Iodine-potassium iodide complex46917InorganicPollution Prevention.
Alkyl-omega-hydroxypoly(oxyethylen e)-iodine complex *(100%46921PolymerActivated Carbon.
Lead acetate48001MetallicPrecipitation.
Nickel sulfate hexahydrate50505MetallicPrecipitation.
Maleic hydrazide, diethanolamine salt51502HydrazideActivated Carbon.
Maleic hydrazide, potassium salt51503HydrazideActivated Carbon.
Sodium 2-mercaptobenzothiolate51704HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Mercuric chloride52001MetallicPrecipitation.
Mercurous chloride52201MetallicPrecipitation.
Metaldehyde53001Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Methylated naphthalenes54002ArylActivated Carbon.
Sodium 2,2′-methylenebis(4-chlorophenate)55005ChloropheneActivated Carbon.
Naphthalene55801ArylActivated Carbon.
NAD56001Benzoic AcidActivated Carbon.
NAA (1-Naphthaleneacetic Acid)56002Benzoic AcidActivated Carbon.
Potassium 1-naphthaleneacetate56003Benzoic AcidActivated Carbon.
Ammonium 1-naphthaleneacetate56004Benzoic AcidActivated Carbon.
Sodium 1-naphthaleneacetate56007Benzoic AcidActivated Carbon.
Ethyl 1-naphthaleneacetate56008Benzoic AcidActivated Carbon.
Nitrophenol56301PhenolActivated Carbon.
Nicotine56702PyridineActivated Carbon.
Carbophenothion (ANSI)58102PhosphorodithioateActivated Carbon.
Sodium 5-chloro-2-(4-chloro-2-(3-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)ureido)58802Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Monocrotophos58901PhosphateActivated Carbon.
Chlordimeform59701ChloropropionanilideActivated Carbon.
Chlordimeform hydrochloride59702ChloropropionanilideActivated Carbon.
Thiabendazole hypophosphite60102HydrazideActivated Carbon.
Hexachlorobenzene61001LindaneActivated Carbon.
Butyl paraben61205PhenolActivated Carbon.
Paraquat dichloride61601PyridineActivated Carbon.
Chloro-4-phenylphenol62206ChloropheneActivated Carbon.
Chloro-2-phenylphenol62208ChloropheneActivated Carbon.
Chloro-2-biphenylol, potassium salt62209ChloropheneActivated Carbon.
Chloro-2-phenylphenol62210ChloropheneActivated Carbon.
Chloro-2-phenylphenol, potassium salt62211ChloropheneActivated Carbon.
Sodium phenate64002PhenolActivated Carbon.
Butylphenol, sodium salt64115PhenolActivated Carbon.
Ammonium 2-phenylphenate64116PhenolActivated Carbon.
Chloro-2-cyclopentylphenol64202ChloropheneActivated Carbon.
Bithionolate sodium64203ChloropheneActivated Carbon.
Chloro-3-cresol64206ChloropheneActivated Carbon.
Sodium 2,4,5-trichlorophenate64217ChloropheneActivated Carbon.
Aluminum phosphide66501InorganicPollution Prevention.
Phosphorus66502InorganicPollution Prevention.
Magnesium phosphide66504InorganicPollution Prevention.
1-(Alkyl*amino)-3-aminopropane* (Fatty acids of coconut oil)67301IminamideActivated Carbon.
Alkyl* amino)-3-aminopropane *(53%C12, 19%C14, 8.5%C16, 7%C867305IminamideActivated Carbon.
Alkyl*amino)-3-aminopropane benzoate*(fatty acids of coconut67307IminamideActivated Carbon.
Alkyl* dipropoxyamine *(47% C12, 18% C14, 10% C18, 9% C10, 867308IminamideActivated Carbon.
Alkyl*amino)-3-aminopropane hydroxyacetate* (acids of coconut67309IminamideActivated Carbon.
Alkyl* amino)-3-aminopropane *(42%C12, 26%C18, 15%C14, 8%C1667310IminamideActivated Carbon.
Alkyl*amino)-3-aminopropane diacetate* (fatty acids of coconut67313IminamideActivated Carbon.
Octadecenyl-1,3-propanediamine monogluconate67316AcetamideActivated Carbon.
Alkyl* amine acetate *(5%C8, 7%C10, 54%C12, 19%C14, 8%C16,67329IminamideActivated Carbon.
Pindone sodium salt67704IndandioneActivated Carbon.
Diphacinone, sodium salt67705IndandioneActivated Carbon.
Isovaleryl-1,3-indandione, calcium salt67706IndandioneActivated Carbon.
Methyl isothiocyanate68103ThiocyanatePollution Prevention.
Potassium dichromate68302InorganicPollution Prevention.
Sodium chromate68303InorganicPollution Prevention.
Sodium dichromate68304MetallicPrecipitation.
Alkenyl* dimethyl ethyl ammonium bromide *(90%C18′, 10%C16′)69102NR4Activated Carbon.
Alkyl*-N-ethyl morpholinium ethyl sulfate *(92%C18, 8%C16)69113HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Alkyl* isoquinolinium bromide *(50% C12, 30% C14, 17% C16, 3)69115QuinolinActivated Carbon.
Alkyl* methyl isoquinolinium chloride *(55%C14, 12%C12, 17%C)69116QuinolinActivated Carbon.
Cetyl trimethyl ammonium bromide69117NR4Activated Carbon.
Cetyl pyridinium bromide69118PyridineActivated Carbon.
Dodecyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium naphthenate69127NR4Activated Carbon.
Alkyl* dimethyl ethylbenzyl ammonium cyclohexylsulfamate *(5)69135NR4Activated Carbon.
Alkyl*-N-ethyl morpholinium ethyl sulfate *(66%C18, 25%C16)69147HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Alkyl* trimethyl ammonium bromide *(95%C14, 5%C16)69153NR4Activated Carbon.
Benzyl((dodecylcarbamoyl) methyl)di methyl ammonium chloride69159NR4Activated Carbon.
Cetyl pyridinium chloride69160PyridineActivated Carbon.
Alkyl* dimethyl ethyl ammonium bromide *(85%C16, 15%C18)69186NR4Activated Carbon.
Cetyl-N-ethylmorpholinium ethyl sulfate69187HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Use code no. 069102 (Alkenyl* Dimethyl Ethyl Ammonium bromide)69198NR4Activated Carbon.
p-Aminopyridine69201PyridineActivated Carbon.
Nitrapyrin (ANSI)69203PyridineActivated Carbon.
Alkyl pyridines69205PyridineActivated Carbon.
Pyrazon (ANSI)69601HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Capsaicin (in oleoresin of capsicum)70701PhenolActivated Carbon.
Ryanodine71502TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Silver72501InorganicPollution Prevention.
Silver chloride72506InorganicPollution Prevention.
Silver thiuronium acrylate co-polymer72701PolymerActivated Carbon.
Sodium chlorate73301InorganicPollution Prevention.
Calcium cyanide74001InorganicPollution Prevention.
Sodium cyanide74002InorganicPollution Prevention.
Cryolite75101InorganicPollution Prevention.
Sodium fluoride75202InorganicPollution Prevention.
Ammonium fluosilicate75301InorganicPollution Prevention.
Sodium fluosilicate75306InorganicPollution Prevention.
Potassium iodide75701InorganicPollution Prevention.
Potassium tetrathionate75903InorganicPollution Prevention.
Potassium nitrate76103InorganicPollution Prevention.
Sodium nitrate76104InorganicPollution Prevention.
Sodium nitrite76204InorganicPollution Prevention.
Benzenesulfonamide, N-chloro-, sodium salt76501SulfonamideActivated Carbon.
Salicyclic acid76202Benzoic AcidActivated Carbon.
Ethoxyethyl p-methoxycinnamate76604ArylActivated Carbon.
Calcium polysulfide76702PolymerActivated Carbon.
Strychnine76901TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Strychnine sulfate76902TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Niclosamide77401ChlorobenzamideActivated Carbon.
Dibromosalicylamilide77402ChlorobenzamideActivated Carbon.
Tribromsalan77404ChlorobenzamideActivated Carbon.
Dibromosalicylanilide77405ChlorobenzamideActivated Carbon.
Chlorosalicylanilide77406ChlorobenzamideActivated Carbon.
Sulfur77501InorganicPollution Prevention.
Sulfaquinoxaline77901SulfanilamideActivated Carbon.
Sulfacetamide77904SulfanilamideActivated Carbon.
Sulfuryl fluoride78003InorganicPollution Prevention.
Sodium bisulfite78201InorganicPollution Prevention.
Tetrachloroethylene78501EDBActivated Carbon.
Ethoxylated isooctylphenol79004PhenolActivated Carbon.
Lauric diethanolamide79018AcetanilideActivated Carbon.
Triethanolamine oleate79025NR4Activated Carbon.
Dioctyl sodium sulfosuccinate79027ThiosulfonateActivated Carbon.
Use code no. 069179 (alkyl*mono-ethanolamide)79036Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Alkyl* diethanolamide *(70%C12, 30%C14)79045Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Tetradecyl formate79069Alkyl AcidActivated Carbon.
Polyoxyethylene sorbitol oleate-laurate79075PolymerActivated Carbon.
Polyethoxylated stearylamine79094PolymerActivated Carbon.
Capric diethanolamide79099AcetanilideActivated Carbon.
Calcium thiosulfate80101InorganicPollution Prevention.
Ammonium thiosulfate80103InorganicPollution Prevention.
Thymoxydichloroacetic acid80401Benzoic AcidActivated Carbon.
Thymol80402PhenolActivated Carbon.
Sodium trichloroacetate81001Alkyl HalideActivated Carbon.
Trichloroacetic acid81002Alkyl HalideActivated Carbon.
Hexahydro-1,3,5-tris(2-hydroxyethyl)-s-triazine83301s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
2-(Hydroxymethyl)-2-nitro-1,3-propanediol83902AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Bomyl84201PhosphateActivated Carbon.
Turpentine84501Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Chloro-1-(2,5-dichlorophenyl)vinyl) O,O-diethyl phosphorothi84901PhosphorothioateActivated Carbon.
Zinc chloride87801MetallicPrecipitation.
Zinc 2-pyridinethiol-1-oxide88002MetallicPrecipitation.
Hydroxy-2-(1H)-pyridinethione, sodium salt88004PyridineActivated Carbon.
Omadine TBAO88005PyridineActivated Carbon.
Zinc naphthenate88301MetallicPrecipitation.
Zinc oxide88502MetallicPrecipitation.
Zinc phosphide (Zn3P2)88601MetallicPrecipitation.
Zinc phenol sulfonate89002MetallicPrecipitation.
Zinc sulfate, basic89101MetallicPrecipitation.
Dimetilan90101CarbamateActivated Carbon.
Carboxin90201HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Oxycarboxin90202HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Benzocaine97001BenzeneamineActivated Carbon.
Piperalin970032,4-DActivated Carbon.
Tetracaine hydrochloride97005BenzeneamineActivated Carbon.
Formetanate hydrochloride97301ToluamideActivated Carbon.
Azacosterol HCl98101TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Use code no. 039502 (gentian violet)98401NR4Activated Carbon.
Ammonium alum98501InorganicPollution Prevention.
Bismuth subgallate98601MetallicPrecipitation.
Chlorflurenol, methyl ester98801Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Benzisothiazolin-3-one98901HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Methyl 2-benzimidazolecarbamate phosphate99102CarbamateActivated Carbon.
Ethephon99801PhosphateActivated Carbon.
Pentanethiol100701Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Nitrobutyl)morpholine100801HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Ethyl-2-nitrotrimethylene)dimorpholine100802HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Tolyl diiodomethyl sulfone101002ThiosulfonateActivated Carbon.
Isobutyric acid101502Alkyl AcidActivated Carbon.
Dibromo-3-nitrilopropionamide101801AcetamideActivated Carbon.
Polyethoxylated oleylamine101901AcetamideActivated Carbon.
Dinitramine (ANSI)102301NitrobenzoateActivated Carbon.
Phenylethyl propionate102601PhenylcrotonateActivated Carbon.
Eugenol102701PhenolActivated Carbon.
Tricosene103201Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Tricosene103202Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Sodium 1,4′,5′-trichloro-2′-(2,4,5-trichlorophenoxy)methanes1041012,4-DActivated Carbon.
Hexahydro-1,3,5-tris(2-hydroxypropyl)-s-triazine105601s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Methazole106001HydrazideActivated Carbon.
Difenzoquat methyl sulfate106401HydrazideActivated Carbon.
Butralin106501BenzeneamineActivated Carbon.
Fosamine ammonium106701CarbamateActivated Carbon.
Asulam106901CarbamateActivated Carbon.
Sodium asulam106902CarbamateActivated Carbon.
Hydroxymethoxymethyl-1-aza-3,7-dioxabicyclo(3.3.0)octane107001BicyclicActivated Carbon.
Hydroxymethyl-1-aza-3,7-dioxabicyclo(3.3.0)octane107002BicyclicActivated Carbon.
Hydroxypoly(methyleneoxy)* methyl-1-aza-3,7-dioxabicyclo(3.3)107003BicyclicActivated Carbon.
Chloro-2-methyl-3(2H)-isothiazolone107103HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Methyl-3(2H)-isothiazolone107104HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Trimethoxysilyl)propyl dimethyl octadecyl ammonium chloride107401NR4Activated Carbon.
Kinoprene107502EsterActivated Carbon.
Triforine (ANSI)107901HydrazideActivated Carbon.
Pirimiphos-methyl (ANSI)108102PhosphorothioateActivated Carbon.
Thiobencarb108401ThiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Ancymidol (ANSI)108601PyrimidineActivated Carbon.
Oxadiazon (ANSI)109001HydrazideActivated Carbon.
Mepiquat chloride109101NR4Activated Carbon.
Fluvalinate109302ToluamideActivated Carbon.
Chloro-N-(hydroxymethyl)acetamide109501AcetamideActivated Carbon.
Dikegulac sodium109601TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Iprodione (ANSI)109801HydrazideActivated Carbon.
Phenylmethyl)-9-(tetrahydro-2H-pyran-2-yl)-9H-purin-6-amine110001PyrimidineActivated Carbon.
Prodiamine110201BenzeneamineActivated Carbon.
Erioglaucine110301BenzeneamineActivated Carbon.
Tartrazine110302HydrazideActivated Carbon.
Dodemorph acetate110401HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Ethofumesate (ANSI)110601BicyclicActivated Carbon.
Aldoxycarb (ANSI)110801CarbamateActivated Carbon.
Diclofop-methyl110902Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Bromo-1-(bromomethyl)-1,3-propanediCarbon.itrile111001IsocyanateActivated Carbon.
Poly (imino imidocarbonyli minoimidocarbony liminohexameth ylene)111801PolymerActivated Carbon.
Imazalil111901Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Bromadiolone112001CoumarinActivated Carbon.
Brodifacoum112701CoumarinActivated Carbon.
Bromethalin (ANSI)112802Aryl AmineActivated Carbon.
Fluridone (ANSI)112900Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Vinclozolin113201Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Metalaxyl113501BenzeneamineActivated Carbon.
Propetamphos (ANSI)113601PhosphoroamidothioateActivated Carbon.
Methyl-1-naphthyl)maleimide113701PhthalamideActivated Carbon.
Hexadecadien-1-yl acetate114101EsterActivated Carbon.
Hexadecadien-1-yl acetate114102EsterActivated Carbon.
Epoxy-2-methyloctadecane114301HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Thiodicarb (ANSI)114501ThiocarbamateActivated Carbon.
Dimethyloxazolidine (8CA & 9CA)114801HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Trimethyloxazolidine114802HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Hydroxyphenyl) oxoace tohydroximic chloride114901PhenolActivated Carbon.
EEEBC115001CarbamateActivated Carbon.
MDM Hydantoin115501HydrazideActivated Carbon.
DMDM Hydantoin115502HydrazideActivated Carbon.
Triclopyr (ANSI)116001PyridineActivated Carbon.
Triethylamine triclopyr116002PyridineActivated Carbon.
Butoxyethyl triclopyr116004PyridineActivated Carbon.
Decenyl)dihydro-2(3H)-furanone116501EsterActivated Carbon.
Cytokinins116801ToluidineActivated Carbon.
Benzyladenine116901PyrimidineActivated Carbon.
Clopyralid, monoethanolamine salt117401PyridineActivated Carbon.
Clopyralid (ANSI)117403PyridineActivated Carbon.
Flucythrinate (ANSI)118301PyrethrinActivated Carbon.
Hydramethylnon (ANSI)118401IminimideActivated Carbon.
Chlorsulfuron118601s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Dimethipin118901HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Hexadecenal120001Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Tetradecenal120002Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Thidiazuron120301UreaActivated Carbon.
Metronidazole120401HydrazideActivated Carbon.
Erythrosine B120901TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Sethoxydim121001Cyclic KetoneActivated Carbon.
Clethodim121011HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Cyromazine121301s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Tralomethrin121501PyrethrinActivated Carbon.
Azadirachtin121701TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Tridecen-1-yl acetate121901EsterActivated Carbon.
Tridecen-1-yl acetate121902EsterActivated Carbon.
Sulfometuron methyl122001PyrimidineActivated Carbon.
Metsulfuron-methyl122010s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Propiconazole122101Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Furanone, dihydro-5-pentyl122301Cyclic KetoneActivated Carbon.
Furanone, 5-heptyldihydro-122302Cyclic KetoneActivated Carbon.
Abamectin (ANSI)122804TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Fluazifop-butyl122805PyridineActivated Carbon.
Fluazifop-R-butyl122809PyridineActivated Carbon.
Flumetralin123001NitrobenzoateActivated Carbon.
Fosetyl-Al123301PhosphateActivated Carbon.
Methanol, (((2-(dihydro-5-methyl-3(2H)-oxazolyl)-1-methyl)et123702HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Fomesafen123802NitrobenzoateActivated Carbon.
Tridiphane123901Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
POE isooctadecanol124601AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Periplanone B124801BicyclicActivated Carbon.
Fenoxycarb125301CarbamateActivated Carbon.
Clomazone125401Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Clofentezine125501Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Paclobutrazol125601HydrazideActivated Carbon.
Flurprimidol125701PyrimidineActivated Carbon.
Isoxaben125851HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Isazofos126901PhosphorothioateActivated Carbon.
Triadimenol127201HydrazideActivated Carbon.
Fenpropathrin127901PyrethrinActivated Carbon.
Sulfosate128501PhosphorothioateActivated Carbon.
Fenoxaprop-ethyl128701HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Quizalofop-ethyl128711PhthalimideActivated Carbon.
Bensulfuron-methyl128820PyrimidineActivated Carbon.
Imazapyr128821HydrazideActivated Carbon.
Bifenthrin128825PyrethrinActivated Carbon.
Imazapyr, isopropylamine salt128829HydrazideActivated Carbon.
Sodium salt of 1-carboxymethyl-3,5,7-triaza-1-azoniatricyclo128832s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Linalool128838AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Imazaquin, monoammonium salt128840PyrimidineActivated Carbon.
Imazethabenz128842PyrimidineActivated Carbon.
Thifensulfuron methyl128845s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Imazaquin128848PyrimidineActivated Carbon.
Myclobutanil (ANSI)128857s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Zinc borate (3ZnO, 2B03, 3.5H2O; mw 434.66)128859MetallicPrecipitation.
Cyhalothrin128867PyrethrinActivated Carbon.
Potassium cresylate128870PhenolActivated Carbon.
Triflumizole128879ToluidineActivated Carbon.
Tribenuron methyl128887s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Cyhalothrin128897PyrethrinActivated Carbon.
Chlorimuron-ethyl128901PyrimidineActivated Carbon.
Dodecen-1-yl acetate128906EsterActivated Carbon.
Dodecen-1-yl acetate128907EsterActivated Carbon.
DDOL128908AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Farnesol128910AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Nerolidol128911AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Tefluthrin128912PyrethrinActivated Carbon.
Bromoxynil heptanoate128920ChloropropionanilideActivated Carbon.
Imazethapyr128922PyrimidineActivated Carbon.
Imazethapyr, ammonium salt128923PyrimidineActivated Carbon.
Chitosan128930PolymerActivated Carbon.
Sulfuric acid, monourea adduct128961UreaActivated Carbon.
Hydroprene128966Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Triasulfuron128969UreaActivated Carbon.
Primisulfuron-methyl128973UreaActivated Carbon.
Uniconazole (ANSI)128976s-TriazineActivated Carbon.
Tetradecenyl acetate128980Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Chitin128991PolymerActivated Carbon.
Sulfluramid128992SulfonamideActivated Carbon.
Dithiopyr (ANSI)128994PyridineActivated Carbon.
Nicosulfuron129008PyrimidineActivated Carbon.
Zinc129015MetallicPrecipitation.
Tetradecen-1-ol, acetate, (E)-129019Alkyl AcidActivated Carbon.
Imazaquin, sodium salt129023PyrimidineActivated Carbon.
Dodecadien-1-ol129028AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Ionone129030Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Dicamba, aluminum salt129042Aryl HalideActivated Carbon.
Benzenemethanaminium, N-(2-((2,6-dimethylphenyl)amino)-2-oxo129045NR4Activated Carbon.
Fenoxaprop-p-Ethyl129092TricyclicActivated Carbon.
Alkyl* bis(2-hydroxyethyl) ammonium acetate *(as in fatty ac169103NR4Activated Carbon.
Alkenyl* dimethyl ammonium acetate *(75% C18′, 25% C16′)169104NR4Activated Carbon.
Amines, N-coco alkyltrimethylenedi-, adipates169109IminamideActivated Carbon.
Dialkyl* dimethyl ammonium bentonite *(as in fatty acids of169111NR4Activated Carbon.
Alkyl* bis(2-hydroxyethyl) amine acetate *(65% C18, 30% C16,169125AcetamideActivated Carbon.
Dodecyl bis(hydroxy ethyl) dioctyl ammonium phosphate169154NR4Activated Carbon.
Dodecyl bis(2-hydroxyethyl) octyl hydrogen ammonium phosphat169155NR4Activated Carbon.
Didecyl - N - methyl - 3 - (trimethoxysilyl) propanaminium chloride169160NR4Activated Carbon.
Cholecalciferol202901BicyclicActivated Carbon.
Use code no. 202901 (Vitamin D3)208700BicyclicActivated Carbon.
Alkyl* N,N-bis(2-hydroxyethyl)amine *(100% C8-C18)210900NR4Activated Carbon.
Bromo-2-nitropropane-1,3-diol216400AlcoholActivated Carbon.
Use code no. 114601 (cyclohexyl-4, 5-dichloro- 4-isothioazolin-3-one)229300HeterocyclicActivated Carbon.
Diethatyl ethyl279500ToluidineActivated Carbon.
Hydroprene (ANSI)486300Miscellaneous OrganicActivated Carbon.
Zinc sulfate monohydrate527200MetallicPrecipitation
Geraniol597501AlcoholActivated Carbon.

1The 272 Pesticide Active Ingredients (PAIs) are listed first, by PAI code, followed by the non-272 PAIs from the 1988 FIFRA and TSCA Enforcement System (FATES) Database, which are listed in Shaughnessy code order. PAIs that were exempted or reserved from the PFPR effluent guidelines are not listed in the table.

2The non-272 PAI names are taken directly from the 1988 FATES database. Several of the PAI names are truncated because the PAI names listed in the FATES database are limited to 60 characters.

3The non-272 PAIs do not have PAI codes.

4All Shaughnessy codes are taken from the 1988 FATES database. Some of the 272 PAIs are not listed in the 1988 FATES database; therefore, no Shaughnessy codes are listed for these PAIs.

5Structural groups are based on an analysis of the chemical structures of each PAI.

6EPA has also received data indicating that acid hydrolysis may also be effective in treating this PAI.

*This PAI code represents a category or group of PAIs; therefore, it has multiple Shaughnessy codes.

[61 FR 57554, Nov. 6, 1996]



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