Form NY-2C Supplement A: CSG "Cogeneration and Steam Generating Facilities" - New York

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Form NY-2C (01/97) - Supplement A: CSG
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State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES)
INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION FORM NY-2C
Supplement A
COGENERATION AND STEAM GENERATING FACILITIES (Industrial Code 4911)
Facility Name:
SPDES Number:
This supplement to your application requests specific plant and outfall information necessary to prepare your SPDES permit.
The following information will enable you to provide the necessary information. If you have questions, please call the Bureau
of Water Permits at (518) 457-1157.
Table 1: Plant Information
Type of Plant
Capacity Factor
Retirement
Plant fuel
(Check all that apply)
Date
Existing
Future
Fuel type
Quantity burned
Units
Sulfur
T
%
%
per year
content, %
Baseload
Peaking
Steam Heating
Other:
Table 2: Cooling Water Intake Information
No
Yes
A.
Did you make any changes to the location, design, operation, construction, or capacity of
If “Yes,” attach a complete description of
the cooling water intake during the effective period of the current permit?
the changes made.
B.
Do you anticipate any changes to the location, design, operation, construction, or capacity
If “Yes,” attach a complete description of
of the cooling water intake during the effective period of the permit for which you are
the proposed changes and the approximate
applying?
dates of the changes.
C.
Do you anticipate the need to overhaul any of the condenser cooling water intake screens
If “Yes,” describe the anticipated work.
during the next five (5) years?
D.
List the approximate date of the last major overhaul of the condenser cooling water intake screens:
E.
Attach a brief summary of the quantities of intake cooling system spare parts such as chains, screen baskets, and bushings that are currently on hand,
their approximate cost and the reorder level for each.
Table 3: Thermal Discharge Information
Maximum rate of
Temperature differential between
temperature change at
discharge and receiving water, EF
discharge point, EF/hour
Discharge Temperatures
Type of cooling used
Outfall #
(e.g. once through,
5%
1%
Maximum
Maximum
cooling towers, etc.)
exceedance
exceedance
Maximum
Range
winter
summer
Planned
Emergency
Also attach the following information:
A. The composition of the steam condenser tube material and feedwater heat tube material.
B. Discharge and intake configuration in plan and profile, showing water level fluctuations due to seasonal conditions and
tidal variations, and distance from shore.
C. Zebra mussel treatment information, including duration, frequency, and method of treatment. Do not include any reports
previously submitted to this Department as part of required monitoring.
D. Sludge removal and disposal information and handling methods for ash and pyrites.
Form NY-2C (01/97) - Supplement A: CSG
Page 1 of 1
State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES)
INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION FORM NY-2C
Supplement A
COGENERATION AND STEAM GENERATING FACILITIES (Industrial Code 4911)
Facility Name:
SPDES Number:
This supplement to your application requests specific plant and outfall information necessary to prepare your SPDES permit.
The following information will enable you to provide the necessary information. If you have questions, please call the Bureau
of Water Permits at (518) 457-1157.
Table 1: Plant Information
Type of Plant
Capacity Factor
Retirement
Plant fuel
(Check all that apply)
Date
Existing
Future
Fuel type
Quantity burned
Units
Sulfur
T
%
%
per year
content, %
Baseload
Peaking
Steam Heating
Other:
Table 2: Cooling Water Intake Information
No
Yes
A.
Did you make any changes to the location, design, operation, construction, or capacity of
If “Yes,” attach a complete description of
the cooling water intake during the effective period of the current permit?
the changes made.
B.
Do you anticipate any changes to the location, design, operation, construction, or capacity
If “Yes,” attach a complete description of
of the cooling water intake during the effective period of the permit for which you are
the proposed changes and the approximate
applying?
dates of the changes.
C.
Do you anticipate the need to overhaul any of the condenser cooling water intake screens
If “Yes,” describe the anticipated work.
during the next five (5) years?
D.
List the approximate date of the last major overhaul of the condenser cooling water intake screens:
E.
Attach a brief summary of the quantities of intake cooling system spare parts such as chains, screen baskets, and bushings that are currently on hand,
their approximate cost and the reorder level for each.
Table 3: Thermal Discharge Information
Maximum rate of
Temperature differential between
temperature change at
discharge and receiving water, EF
discharge point, EF/hour
Discharge Temperatures
Type of cooling used
Outfall #
(e.g. once through,
5%
1%
Maximum
Maximum
cooling towers, etc.)
exceedance
exceedance
Maximum
Range
winter
summer
Planned
Emergency
Also attach the following information:
A. The composition of the steam condenser tube material and feedwater heat tube material.
B. Discharge and intake configuration in plan and profile, showing water level fluctuations due to seasonal conditions and
tidal variations, and distance from shore.
C. Zebra mussel treatment information, including duration, frequency, and method of treatment. Do not include any reports
previously submitted to this Department as part of required monitoring.
D. Sludge removal and disposal information and handling methods for ash and pyrites.