Form NY-2C Supplement A "State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (Spdes) Industrial Application - Beverage Industry" - New York

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Form NY-2C (01/97) - Supplement A: BEV
Page 1 of 1
State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES)
INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION FORM NY-2C
Supplement A
BEVERAGE INDUSTRY (SIC Codes 2082, 2084, 2086)
Facility Name:
SPDES Number:
This supplement to your application requests specific production information necessary to prepare numerical limits for your
SPDES permit. The following information will enable you to provide the necessary information. The information supplied
below should be based upon past practices, present trends, and/or committed growth. If you have questions, please call
the Bureau of Water Permits at (518) 402-8111.
1
Production
Subcategory
2
3
gal/day
days
gal/year
days
Breweries constructed after January 1, 1950 with a capacity of
greater than 211,360 gallons per day (gal/day).
Breweries constructed before January 1, 1900 with a capacity of
greater than 528,400 gal/day.
Breweries not included in the two previous categories.
Winery (during crushing).
Winery (during wine production).
Soft drink production with can packaging.
Soft drink production with return bottle washing.
Soft drink production not included in the two previous categories.
1
Report in terms of finished product, except for winery (during crushing) which is reported in terms of raw grapes
processed (tons per day).
2
Average daily production during the peak 30-consecutive-day processing period. To obtain this figure, divide the
total production during the said 30-day period, in gallons, by the number of days the plant operated within this period.
3
Number of days used to obtain the gal/day figure.
4
Number of days used to obtain the gal/year figure.
Form NY-2C (01/97) - Supplement A: BEV
Page 1 of 1
State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES)
INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION FORM NY-2C
Supplement A
BEVERAGE INDUSTRY (SIC Codes 2082, 2084, 2086)
Facility Name:
SPDES Number:
This supplement to your application requests specific production information necessary to prepare numerical limits for your
SPDES permit. The following information will enable you to provide the necessary information. The information supplied
below should be based upon past practices, present trends, and/or committed growth. If you have questions, please call
the Bureau of Water Permits at (518) 402-8111.
1
Production
Subcategory
2
3
gal/day
days
gal/year
days
Breweries constructed after January 1, 1950 with a capacity of
greater than 211,360 gallons per day (gal/day).
Breweries constructed before January 1, 1900 with a capacity of
greater than 528,400 gal/day.
Breweries not included in the two previous categories.
Winery (during crushing).
Winery (during wine production).
Soft drink production with can packaging.
Soft drink production with return bottle washing.
Soft drink production not included in the two previous categories.
1
Report in terms of finished product, except for winery (during crushing) which is reported in terms of raw grapes
processed (tons per day).
2
Average daily production during the peak 30-consecutive-day processing period. To obtain this figure, divide the
total production during the said 30-day period, in gallons, by the number of days the plant operated within this period.
3
Number of days used to obtain the gal/day figure.
4
Number of days used to obtain the gal/year figure.