Form NY-2C Supplement A: PPM "Pulp and Paper Mills" - New York

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Form NY-2C (06/98) - Supplement A: PPM
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State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES)
INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION FORM NY-2C
Supplement A
PULP AND PAPER MILLS (Industrial Codes 2611, 2621, 2631)
Facility Name:
SPDES Number:
This supplement to your application requests specific production information that is necessary to prepare numerical limits
for your SPDES permit. The table on the reverse side will enable you to supply the required information. If you have
questions, please contact Joseph DiMura at (518) 457-0657.
Below is a partial list of subcategories of the paper industry as determined by Federal Guidelines contained in 40CFR Part
430.
The Former Subpart classification is shown within the parenthesis.
Subpart
Non-Integrated Paper Mills
Subpart
Pulp and Paper Mills
B
Bleached Papergrade Kraft
F
Semi - Chemical
Fine Bleached Kraft (I)
Semi - Chemical (B)
E
Paper Grade Sulfite
K
Fine and Lightweight Papers from Purchased Pulp
A. Sodium, Calcium or Magnesium Based (U)
A. Non-Integrated Fine (R)
B. Ammonium Based (U)
B. Non-Integrated Lightweight Papers (X)
G
Mechanical Pulp
I
Secondary Fiber Deink
Groundwood Fine Paper (O)
Deink (Q)
J
Secondary Fiber Non-Deink
L
Tissue, Filter, Non-woven and Paperboard from
A. Paperboard from Wastepaper (E)
Purchased Pulp
B. Building Paper & Roofing Felt (Part
A. Non-Integrated Tissue (S)
431(A))
B. Non-Integrated Filter and Non-Woven Papers
C. Tissue from Waste Paper (T)
(Y)
C. Non-Integrated Paperboard (Z)
If your mill is not properly categorized by one of the above subdivisions, please attach a detailed description of the process.
Production shall be defined as the annual off-the-machine production at the off-the-machine moisture content divided by the
number of operating days during that year (An exception exists for some mills in Subpart J). For AOX and chloroform
limitations and standards specified in Subparts B and E of this part production shall be defined as the annual unbleached pulp
production entering the first stage of the bleach plant as measured in air-dried-metric-tons (10% moisture) of brownstock pulp.
Production shall be determined based upon past production practices, present trends, or committed growth. The basis for
the predicted production shall be described in section F. of the computational table on the reverse side of this page.
The BCT guideline numbers associated with each of the above subcategories, are based on paper production (off the
machine). A partially integrated mill must, therefore, be able to distinguish the paper production attributed to the pulping
process, with the remaining paper production defined as a non-integrated category. Partially integrated mills with significant
quantity of coatings or fillers must prorate this tonnage among the various subdivisions. The total of all subdivisions should
equal total paper production
Biocide Certification
If Pentachlorophenol or Trichlorophenol is not used within the facility, the permittee must submit with the application a
certification that these substances are not used as a biocidal material. If this certification is not submitted, effluent limitations
and appropriate monitoring for these materials will be included in the SPDES permit.
Form NY-2C (06/98) - Supplement A: PPM
Page 1 of 2
State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES)
INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION FORM NY-2C
Supplement A
PULP AND PAPER MILLS (Industrial Codes 2611, 2621, 2631)
Facility Name:
SPDES Number:
This supplement to your application requests specific production information that is necessary to prepare numerical limits
for your SPDES permit. The table on the reverse side will enable you to supply the required information. If you have
questions, please contact Joseph DiMura at (518) 457-0657.
Below is a partial list of subcategories of the paper industry as determined by Federal Guidelines contained in 40CFR Part
430.
The Former Subpart classification is shown within the parenthesis.
Subpart
Non-Integrated Paper Mills
Subpart
Pulp and Paper Mills
B
Bleached Papergrade Kraft
F
Semi - Chemical
Fine Bleached Kraft (I)
Semi - Chemical (B)
E
Paper Grade Sulfite
K
Fine and Lightweight Papers from Purchased Pulp
A. Sodium, Calcium or Magnesium Based (U)
A. Non-Integrated Fine (R)
B. Ammonium Based (U)
B. Non-Integrated Lightweight Papers (X)
G
Mechanical Pulp
I
Secondary Fiber Deink
Groundwood Fine Paper (O)
Deink (Q)
J
Secondary Fiber Non-Deink
L
Tissue, Filter, Non-woven and Paperboard from
A. Paperboard from Wastepaper (E)
Purchased Pulp
B. Building Paper & Roofing Felt (Part
A. Non-Integrated Tissue (S)
431(A))
B. Non-Integrated Filter and Non-Woven Papers
C. Tissue from Waste Paper (T)
(Y)
C. Non-Integrated Paperboard (Z)
If your mill is not properly categorized by one of the above subdivisions, please attach a detailed description of the process.
Production shall be defined as the annual off-the-machine production at the off-the-machine moisture content divided by the
number of operating days during that year (An exception exists for some mills in Subpart J). For AOX and chloroform
limitations and standards specified in Subparts B and E of this part production shall be defined as the annual unbleached pulp
production entering the first stage of the bleach plant as measured in air-dried-metric-tons (10% moisture) of brownstock pulp.
Production shall be determined based upon past production practices, present trends, or committed growth. The basis for
the predicted production shall be described in section F. of the computational table on the reverse side of this page.
The BCT guideline numbers associated with each of the above subcategories, are based on paper production (off the
machine). A partially integrated mill must, therefore, be able to distinguish the paper production attributed to the pulping
process, with the remaining paper production defined as a non-integrated category. Partially integrated mills with significant
quantity of coatings or fillers must prorate this tonnage among the various subdivisions. The total of all subdivisions should
equal total paper production
Biocide Certification
If Pentachlorophenol or Trichlorophenol is not used within the facility, the permittee must submit with the application a
certification that these substances are not used as a biocidal material. If this certification is not submitted, effluent limitations
and appropriate monitoring for these materials will be included in the SPDES permit.
Form NY-2C (06/98) - Supplement A: PPM
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PAPER PRODUCTION COMPUTATIONAL TABLE - in Tons/Day
A. Total Paper Production for
.(Year)
Subparts
B. Subdivision
1. Paper Production from Purchased Virgin Pulp
_______
2. Paper Production from Purchased Waste Paper Pulp
_______
3. Paper Production from Manufactured Pulp
_______
4. Coatings & Fillers
5. Subtotal
NOTE: Subtotal of Section B Should Equal Value Reported in A
C. Prorate Coatings and Fillers and Obtain
1. Paper Production from Purchased Virgin Pulp
_______
2. Paper Production from Purchased Waste Paper Pulp
_______
3. Paper Production from Manufactured Pulp
_______
4. Subtotal
NOTE: Subtotal of Section C Should Equal Subtotal of Section B
D. Using Information in C Indicate:
B. Bleached Papergrade Kraft
E. Paper Grade Sulfite
1. Sodium, Magnesium or Calcium Based
2. Ammonium Based
F. Semi - Chemical
G. Mechanical Pulp
I. Secondary Fiber Deink
J. Secondary Fiber Non-Deink
1. Paperboard from Wastepaper
2. Building Paper & Roofing Felt (Formerly Part 431(A))
3. Tissue from Wastepaper
K. Fine and Lightweight Papers from Purchased Pulp
1. Non-Integrated Fine
2. Non-Integrated Lightweight Papers
L. Tissue, Filter, Non-Woven and Paperboard from Purchased Pulp
1. Non-Integrated Tissue
2. Non-Integrated Filter and Non-Woven Papers
3. Non-Integrated Paperboard
NOTE: Subtotal of Section D Should equal Value Reported in Section A.
E. Hydraulic Barking(Subparts B,E,F & G)
F. Describe the basis for the predicted paper production reported in A, including the number of days of
operation per year:
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