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Environmental Notice Bulletin SPDES Renewals

Consolidated Public Notice For SPDES Renewal

The Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has received applications to renew the State Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (SPDES) permits listed below. The DEC intends to issue permit renewals for a five year period, maintaining the current effluent limitations and monitoring and report requirements under the Environmental Benefit Permit Strategy (EBPS). The EBPS enables the DEC to renew SPDES permits administratively. A full technical review is undertaken in sequence as determined by the EBPS permit priority ranking system, and when necessary permit modifications are initiated.

Under the State Environmental Quality Review Act, renewal of a permit is a Type II activity and, therefore, not subject to the specific environmental impact analysis requirements of that law.

Additional information (e.g. current permit, fact sheet, renewal application, supporting documentation, the priority ranking fact sheet, and a description of the SPDES permit priority ranking system) may be obtained from or inspected at the NYSDEC central office in Albany. Substantive comments on the permit or on the priority ranking score (e.g. changes in discharge characteristics or facility operations that affect the discharge) and/or request for hearing must be submitted in writing by Friday, March 21, 2008 to:

Lindy Sue Czubernat
Division of Environmental Permits
NYSDEC
625 Broadway, 4th floor
Albany, NY 12233-1750

518-402-9165


The SPDES permits listed below show the most up-to-date priority ranking. The receipt of new information or the issuance of permit modifications may change the priority ranking from that shown on the statewide SPDES permit priority ranking list published annually.


Region 1

No SPDES Renewals for Region 1

Region 2

No SPDES Renewals for Region 2

Region 3

No SPDES Renewals for Region 3

Region 4

No SPDES Renewals for Region 4

Region 5

No SPDES Renewals for Region 5

Region 6

No SPDES Renewals for Region 6

Region 7

Broome County

Permittee Name and Address: Binghamton (T) Town Board
279 Park Ave
Binghamton NY 13903
Facility Name: Binghamton (T) Parkwood Sewer District
Facility Type: Sewerage System
(C)ity, (T)own, (V)illage: Binghamton (T)
Deadline for Comments: Friday, March 21, 2008
DEC Number: 7-0322-00001/00001
SPDES Number: NY0213934
Ranking Score: 57
Receiving Waters: Little Snake Ck Trib
Water Classification: C
Type of Waste/Flow Rate: Sanitary/ 0.0039 MGD
Contact and Additional Information

Region 8

Monroe County

Permittee Name and Address: Donald Marsh
1190 Bayshore Blvd
Rochester NY 14609
Facility Name: Residence
Facility Type: Sanitary Services
(C)ity, (T)own, (V)illage: Irondequoit (V)
Deadline for Comments: Friday, March 21, 2008
DEC Number: 8-2634-00233/00001
SPDES Number: NY0246522
Ranking Score: n/a
Receiving Waters: Irondequoit Bay
Water Classification: B
Type of Waste/Flow Rate: Sanitary/ 0.0005 MGD
Contact and Additional Information

Region 9

No SPDES Renewals for Region 9

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