(A)   Where an effluent from a categorical industrial process(es) is mixed prior to treatment with waste water other than that generated by the regulated process, fixed alternative discharge limits may be derived for the discharge permit by the Superintendent. These alternative limits shall be applied to the mixed effluent and shall be calculated using the combined wastestream formula and/or flow-weighted average formula, as defined in § 52.002 of this chapter.
   (B)   Where the effluent limits in a categorical pretreatment standard are expressed only in terms of mass of pollutants per unit of production (production-based standard), the Superintendent may covert the limits to equivalent limitations expressed either as mass of pollutant discharged per day or of effluent concentration for purposes of calculating effluent permit limitations applicable to the permittee. The permittee shall be subject to all permit limits calculated in this manner under 40 C.F.R. § 403.6(c) and must fully comply with these alternative limits.
   (C)   All categorical users subject to production-based standards must report production rates annually so that alternative permit limits can be calculated, if necessary. The categorical user must notify the Superintendent 30 days in advance of any major change in production levels that will affect the limits for the discharge permit.
(Ord. 2014-01, passed 6-9-2014)