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9VAC25-720-50 Potomac-Shenandoah River Basin

A. Total maximum daily loads (TMDLs).

TMDL #

Stream Name

TMDL Title

City/County

WBID

Pollutant

WLA1

Units

1.

Muddy Creek, Dry River, and tributaries to North River

Nitrate TMDL Development for Muddy Creek/Dry River, Virginia

Rockingham

B21R, B22R

Nitrate

49,389.00

LB/YR

2.

Blacks Run

Revision of the Benthic Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Developed for the Blacks Run and Cooks Creek Watershed Located in the City of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County

Rockingham, City of Harrisonburg

B26R

Sediment

1,310,000

LB/YR

3.

Cooks Creek

Revision of the Benthic Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Developed for the Blacks Run and Cooks Creek Watershed Located in the City of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County

Rockingham

B25R

Sediment

1,543,000

LB/YR

4.

Cooks Creek

Revision of the Benthic Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Developed for the Blacks Run and Cooks Creek Watershed Located in the City of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County

Rockingham

B25R

Phosphorus

2,060

LB/YR

5.

Muddy Creek

TMDL Development for Muddy Creek and Holmans Creek, Virginia

Rockingham

B22R

Sediment

286,939.00

LB/YR

6.

Muddy Creek

TMDL Development for Muddy Creek and Holmans Creek, Virginia

Rockingham

B22R

Phosphorus

38.00

LB/YR

7.

Holmans Creek

TMDL Development for Muddy Creek and Holmans Creek, Virginia

Rockingham, Shenandoah

B45R

Sediment

78,141.00

LB/YR

8.

Mill Creek

TMDL Development for Mill Creek and Pleasant Run

Rockingham

B29R

Sediment

276.00

LB/YR

9.

Mill Creek

TMDL Development for Mill Creek and Pleasant Run

Rockingham

B29R

Phosphorus

116.00

LB/YR

10.

Pleasant Run

TMDL Development for Mill Creek and Pleasant Run

Rockingham

B27R

Sediment

0.00

LB/YR

11.

Pleasant Run

TMDL Development for Mill Creek and Pleasant Run

Rockingham

B27R

Phosphorus

0.00

LB/YR

12.

Linville Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Linville Creek: Bacteria and Benthic Impairments

Rockingham

B46R

Sediment

5.50

TONS/YR

13.

Quail Run

Benthic TMDL for Quail Run

Rockingham

B35R

Ammonia

7,185.00

KG/YR

14.

Quail Run

Benthic TMDL for Quail Run

Rockingham

B35R

Chlorine

27.63

KG/YR

15.

Shenandoah River

Development of Shenandoah River PCB TMDL (South Fork and Main Stem)

Warren, Clarke

B41R B55R B57R B58R

PCBs

179.38

G/YR

16.

Shenandoah River

Development of Shenandoah River PCB TMDL (North Fork)

Warren, Clarke

B51R

PCBs

0.00

G/YR

17.

Shenandoah River

Development of Shenandoah River PCB TMDL (Main Stem)

Warren, Clarke

WV

PCBs

179.38

G/YR

18.

Cockran Spring

Benthic TMDL Reports for Six Impaired Stream Segments in the Potomac-Shenandoah and James River Basins

Augusta

B10R

Organic solids

1,556.00

LB/YR

19.

Lacey Spring

Benthic TMDL Reports for Six Impaired Stream Segments in the Potomac-Shenandoah and James River Basins

Rockingham

B47R

Organic solids

680.00

LB/YR

20.

Orndorff Spring

Benthic TMDL Reports for Six Impaired Stream Segments in the Potomac-Shenandoah and James River Basins

Shenandoah

B52R

Organic solids

103.00

LB/YR

21.

Toms Brook

Benthic TMDL for Toms Brook in Shenandoah County, Virginia

Shenandoah

B50R

Sediment

8.1

T/YR

22.

Goose Creek

Benthic TMDLs for the Goose Creek Watershed

Loudoun, Fauquier

A08R

Sediment

1,587

T/YR

23.

Little River

Benthic TMDLs for the Goose Creek Watershed

Loudoun

A08R

Sediment

105

T/YR

24.

Christians Creek

Fecal Bacteria and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Impaired Streams in the Middle River and Upper South River Watersheds, Augusta County, VA

Augusta

B14R

Sediment

145

T/YR

25.

Moffett Creek

Fecal Bacteria and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Impaired Streams in the Middle River and Upper South River Watersheds, Augusta County, VA

Augusta

B13R

Sediment

0

T/YR

26.

Upper Middle River

Fecal Bacteria and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Impaired Streams in the Middle River and Upper South River Watersheds, Augusta County, VA

Augusta

B10R

Sediment

1.355

T/YR

27.

Mossy Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mossy Creek and Long Glade Run: Bacteria and General Standard (Benthic) Impairments

Rockingham

B19R

Sediment

0.04

T/YR

28.

Smith Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for Smith Creek

Rockingham, Shenandoah

B47R

Sediment

353,867

LB/YR

29.

Abrams Creek

Opequon Watershed TMDLs for Benthic Impairments: Abrams Creek and Lower Opequon Creek, Frederick and Clarke counties, Virginia

Frederick

B09R

Sediment

478

T/YR

30.

Lower Opequon Creek

Opequon Watershed TMDLs for Benthic Impairments: Abrams Creek and Lower Opequon Creek, Frederick and Clarke counties, Virginia

Frederick, Clarke

B09R

Sediment

1,039

T/YR

31.

Mill Creek

Mill Creek Sediment TMDL for a Benthic Impairment, Shenandoah County, Virginia

Shenandoah

B48R

Sediment

0.9

T/YR

32.

South Run

Benthic TMDL Development for South Run, Virginia

Fauquier

A19R

Phosphorus

0.038

T/YR

33.

Lewis Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Lewis Creek, General Standard (Benthic)

Augusta

B12R

Sediment

40

T/YR

34.

Lewis Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Lewis Creek, General Standard (Benthic)

Augusta

B12R

Lead

0

KG/YR

35.

Lewis Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Lewis Creek, General Standard (Benthic)

Augusta

B12R

PAHs

0

KG/YR

36.

Bull Run

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Lewis Creek, General Standard (Benthic)

Loudoun, Fairfax, and Prince William Counties, and the Cities of Manassas and Manassas Park

A23R-01

Sediment

5,986.8

T/TR

37.

Popes Head Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Lewis Creek, General Standard (Benthic)

Fairfax County and Fairfax City

A23R-02

Sediment

1,594.2

T/YR

38.

Accotink Bay

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Fairfax

A15R

PCBs

0.0992

G/YR

39.

Aquia Creek

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Stafford

A28E

PCBs

6.34

G/YR

40.

Belmont Bay/
Occoquan Bay

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Prince William

A25E

PCBs

0.409

G/YR

41.

Chopawamsic Creek

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Prince William

A26E

PCBs

1.35

G/YR

42.

Coan River

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Northumberland

A34E

PCBs

0

G/YR

43.

Dogue Creek

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Fairfax

A14E

PCBs

20.2

G/YR

44.

Fourmile Run

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Arlington

A12E

PCBs

11

G/YR

45.

Gunston Cove

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Fairfax

A15E

PCBs

0.517

G/YR

46.

Hooff Run & Hunting Creek

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Fairfax

A13E

PCBs

36.8

G/YR

47.

Little Hunting Creek

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Fairfax

A14E

PCBs

10.1

G/YR

48.

Monroe Creek

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Fairfax

A31E

PCBs

.0177

G/YR

49.

Neabsco Creek

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Prince William

A25E

PCBs

6.63

G/YR

50.

Occoquan River

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Prince William

A25E

PCBs

2.86

G/YR

51.

Pohick Creek/Pohick Bay

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Fairfax

A16E

PCBs

13.5

G/YR

52.

Potomac Creek

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Stafford

A29E

PCBs

0.556

G/YR

53.

Potomac River, Fairview Beach

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

King George

A29E

PCBs

0.0183

G/YR

54.

Powells Creek

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Prince William

A26R

PCBs

0.0675

G/YR

55.

Quantico Creek

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

Prince William

A26R

PCBs

0.742

G/YR

56.

Upper Machodoc Creek

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development in the tidal Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their tidal tributaries

King George

A30E

PCBs

0.0883

G/YR

57.

Difficult Creek

Benthic TMDL Development for Difficult Run, Virginia

Fairfax

A11R

Sediment

3,663.2

T/YR

58.

(Reserved)

59.

(Reserved)

60.

South River

Bacteria and Benthic Total Maximum Daily Load Development for South River

Augusta and Rockingham

B32R

Sediment

619.4

T/YR

61.

South River

Bacteria and Benthic Total Maximum Daily Load Development for South River

Augusta and Rockingham

B32R

Phosphorus

6,929.9

KG/YR

62.

South River

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mercury in the South River, South Fork Shenandoah River, and Shenandoah River, Virginia

Augusta, Rockingham, Page, and Warren

B32R

Mercury

112

G/YR

63.

South Fork Shenandoah River

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mercury in the South River, South Fork Shenandoah River, and Shenandoah River, Virginia

Augusta, Rockingham, Page, and Warren

B32R, B33R

Mercury

112

G/YR

64.

Shenandoah River

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mercury in the South River, South Fork Shenandoah River, and Shenandoah River, Virginia

Augusta, Rockingham, Page, and Warren

B32R, B33R

Mercury

112

G/YR

65.

Spout Run

Total Maximum Daily Load Development to Address Bacteria and Benthic Impairments in the Spout Run Watershed, Clarke County, Virginia

Clarke

B57R

Sediment

7.44

T/YR

66.

West Strait Creek

Benthic Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Strait Creek and West Strait Creek

Highland

B02R

Sediment

0.02

T/D

67.

West Strait Creek

Benthic Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Strait Creek and West Strait Creek

Highland

B02R

CBOD5

11

KG/D

68.

West Strait Creek

Benthic Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Strait Creek and West Strait Creek

Highland

B02R

Dry season (June – December) ammonia as N

1.6

KG/D

69.

West Strait Creek

Benthic Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Strait Creek and West Strait Creek

Highland

B02R

Wet season (January – May) ammonia as N

2.9

KG/D

70.

Strait Creek

Benthic Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Strait Creek and West Strait Creek

Highland

B02R

Sediment

0.08

T/D

71.

Accotink Creek, lower

Bacteria TMDL for the Lower Accotink Creek Watershed

Fairfax

A15

E. coli

1.76E+12

cfu/year

72.

Accotink Creek

Fecal Coliform TMDL for Accotink Creek

Fairfax, Fairfax City

A15

Fecal coliform

1.30E+14

cfu/year

73.

Beaver Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Beaver Creek

Rockingham

B18

E. coli

1.22E+10

cfu/year

74.

Blacks Run

Fecal Coliform TMDL for Blacks Run

Harrisonburg

B26

Fecal coliform

5.52E+09

cfu/year

75.

North Fork Catoctin Creek

Fecal Coliform TMDL Development for Catoctin Creek Impairments

Loudoun

A02

Fecal coliform

0

cfu/year

76.

Lower South Fork Catoctin Creek

Fecal Coliform TMDL Development for Catoctin Creek Impairments

Loudoun

A02

Fecal coliform

1.60E+11

cfu/year

77.

Upper South Fork Catoctin Creek

Fecal Coliform TMDL Development for Catoctin Creek Impairments

Loudoun

A02

Fecal coliform

4.42E+11

cfu/year

78.

Catoctin Creek

Fecal Coliform TMDL Development for Catoctin Creek Impairments

Loudoun

A02

Fecal coliform

0

cfu/year

79.

Licking Run

Bacteria TMDLs for Cedar Run and Licking Run

Fauquier

A17

E. coli

2.61E+09

cfu/year

80.

Cedar Run

Bacteria TMDLs for Cedar Run and Licking Run

Prince William, Fauquier

A17, A18

E. coli

5.58E+11

cfu/year

81.

Christians Creek

Fecal Coliform TMDL for Christians Creek

Augusta

B14

Fecal coliform

1.18E+13

cfu/year

82.

Coan River (145G)

Coan River Watershed Total Maximum Daily Load Report for Six Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination

Northumberland

A34

Fecal coliform

0

cfu/year

83.

Coan River, Headly Cove (145H)

Coan River Watershed Total Maximum Daily Load Report for Six Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination

Northumberland

A34

Fecal coliform

0

cfu/year

84.

Coan River, Killneck Creek (145E)

Coan River Watershed Total Maximum Daily Load Report for Six Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination

Northumberland

A34

Fecal coliform

0

cfu/year

85.

Coan River, Stevens Point (145F)

Coan River Watershed Total Maximum Daily Load Report for Six Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination

Northumberland

A34

Fecal coliform

0

cfu/year

86.

Mill Creek and the Coan River (145I)

Coan River Watershed Total Maximum Daily Load Report for Six Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination

Northumberland

A34

Fecal coliform

0

cfu/year

87.

The Glebe (145D)

Coan River Watershed Total Maximum Daily Load Report for Six Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination

Northumberland

A34

Fecal coliform

0

cfu/year

88.

Bridgeman Creek

Cod, Presley, Bridgeman, Hull, Rogers, Cubitt, and Hack Creeks Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Pollution

Northumberland

A34

Fecal coliform

7.70E+08

MPN/day

89.

Cod Creek, east

Cod, Presley, Bridgeman, Hull, Rogers, Cubitt, and Hack Creeks Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Pollution

Northumberland

A34

Fecal coliform

9.06E+08

MPN/day

90.

Rogers Creek

Cod, Presley, Bridgeman, Hull, Rogers, Cubitt, and Hack Creeks Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Pollution

Northumberland

A34

Fecal coliform

9.83E+08

MPN/day

91.

Cod Creek, west

Cod, Presley, Bridgeman, Hull, Rogers, Cubitt, and Hack Creeks Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Pollution

Northumberland

A34

Fecal coliform

1.53E+09

MPN/day

92.

Presley Creek

Cod, Presley, Bridgeman, Hull, Rogers, Cubitt, and Hack Creeks Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Pollution

Northumberland

A34

Fecal coliform

3.63E+09

MPN/day

93.

Hack Creek

Cod, Presley, Bridgeman, Hull, Rogers, Cubitt, and Hack Creeks Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Pollution

Northumberland

A34

Fecal coliform

3.00E+09

MPN/day

94.

Cubitt Creek

Cod, Presley, Bridgeman, Hull, Rogers, Cubitt, and Hack Creeks Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Pollution

Northumberland

A34

Fecal coliform

4.25E+09

MPN/day

95.

Hull Creek

Cod, Presley, Bridgeman, Hull, Rogers, Cubitt, and Hack Creeks Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Pollution

Northumberland

A34

Fecal coliform

1.27E+10

MPN/day

96.

Cooks Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for Cooks Creek

Rockingham, Harrisonburg

B25, B26

Fecal coliform

0

cfu/year

97.

Cub Run

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load for Cub Run

Rockingham

B34

E. coli

1.74E+10

cfu/year

98.

Difficult Run

Bacteria TMDL for the Difficult Run Watershed

Fairfax

A11

E. coli

9.86E+12

cfu/year

99.

Dry River

Fecal Coliform TMDL for Dry River

Rockingham

B20, B21, B22

Fecal coliform

0

cfu/year

100.

Four Mile Run

Fecal Coliform TMDL (Total Maximum Daily Load) Development for Four Mile Run

Arlington, Alexandria

A12

Fecal coliform

2.04E+13

cfu/year

101.

Jackson Creek

Gardner, Jackson, and Bonum Creeks Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination

Westmoreland

A33

Fecal coliform

1.44E+09

MPN/day

102.

Gardner Creek

Gardner, Jackson, and Bonum Creeks Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination

Westmoreland

A33

Fecal coliform

1.96E+09

MPN/day

103.

Bonum Creek

Gardner, Jackson, and Bonum Creeks Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination

Westmoreland

A33

Fecal coliform

2.96E+09

MPN/day

104.

Little River

Bacteria TMDLs for the Goose Creek Watershed

Fauquier

A08

Fecal coliform

1.38E+10

cfu/year

105.

South Fork Sycolin Creek

Bacteria TMDLs for the Goose Creek Watershed

Loudoun

A08

Fecal coliform

1.41E+10

cfu/year

106.

Sycolin Creek

Bacteria TMDLs for the Goose Creek Watershed

Loudoun

A08

Fecal coliform

2.79E+10

cfu/year

107.

Cromwells Run

Bacteria TMDLs for the Goose Creek Watershed

Fauquier

A05

Fecal coliform

9.80E+10

cfu/year

108.

Beaverdam Creek

Bacteria TMDLs for the Goose Creek Watershed

Loudoun

A07

Fecal coliform

1.21E+12

cfu/year

109.

North Fork Goose Creek

Bacteria TMDLs for the Goose Creek Watershed

Loudoun

A06

Fecal coliform

3.11E+13

cfu/year

110.

Goose Creek and tributaries

Bacteria TMDLs for the Goose Creek Watershed

Loudoun, Fauquier

A04, A05, A06, A07, A08

Fecal coliform

3.88E+13

cfu/year

111.

Hawksbill Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Hawksbill Creek

Page

B39

E. coli

3.13E+12

cfu/year

112.

Hogue Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Bacteria (E. coli) Impairment in Hogue Creek

Frederick

B06

E. coli

6.58E+11

cfu/year

113.

Holmans Creek

Fecal Coliform TMDL Development for Holmans Creek

Shenandoah

B45

Fecal coliform

3.20E+10

cfu/year

114.

Holmes Run

Bacteria TMDLs for the Hunting Creek, Cameron Run, and Holmes Run Watersheds

Fairfax, Alexandria, Falls Church

A13

E. coli

8.38E+13

cfu/year

115.

Cameron Run

Bacteria TMDLs for the Hunting Creek, Cameron Run, and Holmes Run Watersheds

Fairfax, Alexandria, Falls Church

A13

E. coli

1.33E+14

cfu/year

116.

Hunting Creek

Bacteria TMDLs for the Hunting Creek, Cameron Run, and Holmes Run Watersheds

Fairfax, Alexandria, Falls Church

A13

E. coli

3.24E+14

cfu/year

117.

Limestone Branch

Bacteria TMDL for Limestone Branch

Loudoun

A03

E. coli

5.83E+11

cfu/year

118.

Linville Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Linville Creek: Bacteria and General Standard (Benthic) Impairments

Rockingham

B46

E. coli

1.10E+11

cfu/year

119.

Bridge Creek (10-9X)

Little Wicomico River Watershed TMDL for Three Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination

Northumberland

A34

E. coli

0

cfu/year

120.

Little Wicomico River (10-19)

Little Wicomico River Watershed TMDL for Three Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination

Northumberland

A34

E. coli

0

cfu/year

121.

Little Wicomico River (10-20)

Little Wicomico River Watershed TMDL for Three Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination

Northumberland

A34

E. coli

0

cfu/year

122.

Little Wicomico River, Cod Creek (10-13.5Z)

Little Wicomico River Watershed TMDL for Three Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination

Northumberland

A34

E. coli

0

cfu/year

123.

Branson Cove

Lower Machodoc Creek Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination

Westmoreland

A32

Fecal coliform

4.11E+08

MPN/day

124.

Cabin Point Creek

Lower Machodoc Creek Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination

Westmoreland

A32

Fecal coliform

1.93E+09

MPN/day

125.

Glebe and Ames Creeks

Lower Machodoc Creek Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination

Westmoreland

A32

Fecal coliform

2.13E+09

MPN/day

126.

Lower Machodoc Creek

Lower Machodoc Creek Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination

Westmoreland

A32

Fecal coliform

9.67E+09

MPN/day

127.

Weatherall Creek

Lower Machodoc Creek Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination

Westmoreland

A32

Fecal coliform

9.95E+08

MPN/day

128.

Mattox Creek

Fecal Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mattox Creek

Westmoreland, King George

A31

E. coli

2.20E+06

cfu/year

129.

Mattox Creek

Fecal Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mattox Creek

Westmoreland, King George

A31

Enterococci

1.26E+10

cfu/year

130.

Mattox Creek tidal (shellfish)

Fecal Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mattox Creek

Westmoreland, King George

A31

Fecal coliform

5.03E+09

cfu/year

131.

Moffett Creek

Fecal Bacteria and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Impaired Streams in the Middle River and Upper South River Watersheds

Augusta

B13

E. coli

0

cfu/year

132.

Polecat Draft

Fecal Bacteria and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Impaired Streams in the Middle River and Upper South River Watersheds

Augusta

B15

E. coli

0

cfu/year

133.

Lewis Creek

Fecal Bacteria and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Impaired Streams in the Middle River and Upper South River Watersheds

Staunton

B12

E. coli

3.48E+09

cfu/year

134.

Upper Middle River

Fecal Bacteria and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Impaired Streams in the Middle River and Upper South River Watersheds

Augusta

B10, B11

E. coli

8.53E+09

cfu/year

135.

Upper South River

Fecal Bacteria and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Impaired Streams in the Middle River and Upper South River Watersheds

Augusta

B30

E. coli

1.06E+11

cfu/year

136.

Lower Middle River watershed

Fecal Bacteria and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Impaired Streams in the Middle River and Upper South River Watersheds

Augusta, Staunton

B10, B11, B12, B13, B14, B15

E. coli

1.24E+13

cfu/year

137.

Mill Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development Mill Creek Bacteria (E. coli) Impairment

Page

B38

E. coli

0

cfu/year

138.

Mill Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for Mill Creek and Pleasant Run

Rockingham

B29

Total phosphorus

116

lbs/year

139.

Mill Creek and tributaries

Fecal coliform TMDL for Mill Creek Watershed

Rockingham

B29

Fecal coliform

0

cfu/year

140.

Mill Creek including unnamed tributary to Kissinger Millpond and Kissinger Millpond

Bacteria TMDL for (nontidal) Mill Creek including Un-named Tributary to Kissinger Millpond, and Kissinger Millpond

Northumberland

A33

E. coli

5.91E+10

cfu/year

141.

Monroe Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Monroe Bay: Monroe Creek

Westmoreland

A31

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

142.

Mossy Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mossy Creek and Long Glade Run: Bacteria and General Standard (Benthic) Impairments

Augusta

B19

E. coli

1.74E+09

cfu/year

143.

Long Glade Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mossy Creek and Long Glade Run: Bacteria and General Standard (Benthic) Impairments

Augusta

B24

E. coli

5.23E+09

cfu/year

144.

Muddy Creek

Fecal coliform TMDL for Muddy Creek

Rockingham

B22

Fecal coliform

3.04E+11

cfu/year

145.

Naked Creek

Fecal coliform TMDL for Naked Creek

Augusta

B28

Fecal coliform

5.54E+09

cfu/year

146.

Neabsco Creek

Bacteria TMDL for Neabsco Creek

Prince William

A25

E. coli

1.27E+12

cfu/day

147.

Barnes Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Potomac River: Nomini Creek

Westmoreland

A32

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

148.

Buckner Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Potomac River: Nomini Creek

Westmoreland

A32

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

149.

Cold Harbor Bay

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Potomac River: Nomini Creek

Westmoreland

A32

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

150.

Currioman Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Potomac River: Nomini Creek

Westmoreland

A32

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

151.

Nomini Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Potomac River: Nomini Creek

Westmoreland

A32

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

152.

North Prong Buckner Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Potomac River: Nomini Creek

Westmoreland

A32

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

153.

Pierce Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Potomac River: Nomini Creek

Westmoreland

A32

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

154.

Mill Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek, Stony Creek, and the North Fork of the Shenandoah River

Shenandoah

B48

E. coli

8.80E+09

cfu/year

155.

Stony Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek, Stony Creek, and the North Fork of the Shenandoah River

Shenandoah

B49

E. coli

4.42E+12

cfu/year

156.

North Fork Shenandoah River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek, Stony Creek, and the North Fork of the Shenandoah River

Frederick, Rockingham, Shenandoah

B42, B43, B44, B45, B46, B47, B48, B49, B50, B51, B52, B53, B54

E. coli

1.02E+13

cfu/year

157.

North River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for North River

Augusta, Staunton, Rockingham, Harrisonburg

B10, B11, B12, B13, B14, B15, B16, B17, B18, B19, B20, B21, B22, B23, B24, B25, B26, B27, B28, B29

E. coli

5.32E+13

cfu/year

158.

Broad Run (3) (VAN-A19R-05)

Bacteria TMDLs for Popes Head Creek, Broad Run, Kettle Run, South Run, Little Bull Run, Bull Run and Occoquan River

Prince William, Fauquier

A19

E. coli

2.35E+10

cfu/year

159.

Little Bull Run

Bacteria TMDLs for Popes Head Creek, Broad Run, Kettle Run, South Run, Little Bull Run, Bull Run and Occoquan River

Prince William

A21

E. coli

3.29E+10

cfu/year

160.

Broad Run (2) (VAN-A19R-02)

Bacteria TMDLs for Popes Head Creek, Broad Run, Kettle Run, South Run, Little Bull Run, Bull Run and Occoquan River

Fauquier

A19

E. coli

1.36E+11

cfu/year

161.

Occoquan River

Bacteria TMDLs for Popes Head Creek, Broad Run, Kettle Run, South Run, Little Bull Run, Bull Run and Occoquan River

Manassas, Fauquier, Prince William

A17, A18, A19, A20

E. coli

2.29E+11

cfu/year

162.

South Run

Bacteria TMDLs for Popes Head Creek, Broad Run, Kettle Run, South Run, Little Bull Run, Bull Run and Occoquan River

Fauquier

A19

E. coli

4.32E+11

cfu/year

163.

Broad Run (1) (VAN-A19R-01)

Bacteria TMDLs for Popes Head Creek, Broad Run, Kettle Run, South Run, Little Bull Run, Bull Run and Occoquan River

Fauquier

A19

E. coli

5.84E+11

cfu/year

164.

Popes Head Creek

Bacteria TMDLs for Popes Head Creek, Broad Run, Kettle Run, South Run, Little Bull Run, Bull Run and Occoquan River

Fairfax

A23

E. coli

7.12E+11

cfu/year

165.

Kettle Run

Bacteria TMDLs for Popes Head Creek, Broad Run, Kettle Run, South Run, Little Bull Run, Bull Run and Occoquan River

Prince William

A19

E. coli

8.30E+12

cfu/year

166.

Bull Run

Bacteria TMDLs for Popes Head Creek, Broad Run, Kettle Run, South Run, Little Bull Run, Bull Run and Occoquan River

Manassas Park, Prince William, Fairfax, Loudoun

A21, A22, A23

E. coli

1.11E+14

cfu/year

167.

Abrams Creek

Bacteria TMDLs for Abrams Creek and Upper and Lower Opequon Creek

Frederick, Winchester

B09

E. coli

3.10E+12

cfu/year

168.

Upper Opequon Creek watershed

Bacteria TMDLs for Abrams Creek and Upper and Lower Opequon Creek

Frederick

B08

E. coli

1.13E+13

cfu/year

169.

Lower Opequon Creek watershed and tributaries

Bacteria TMDLs for Abrams Creek and Upper and Lower Opequon Creek

Frederick, Clarke, Winchester

B08, B09

E. coli

2.13E+13

cfu/year

170.

Piney Run

Bacteria TMDL for Piney Run

Loudoun

A01

E. coli

3.48E+09

cfu/year

171.

Pleasant Run

Fecal coliform TMDL for Pleasant Run

Rockingham

B27

Fecal coliform

0

cfu/year

172.

Popes Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Potomac River: Mattox Creek to Currioman Bay

Westmoreland

A31

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

173.

Potomac Run

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Tributaries to the Potomac River: Prince William and Stafford Counties

Stafford

A29

E. coli

1.77E+11

cfu/year

174.

Potomac River, unnamed tributary

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Tributaries to the Potomac River: Prince William and Stafford Counties

Stafford

A26

E. coli

3.92E+11

cfu/year

175.

Chopawamsic Creek, North Branch

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Tributaries to the Potomac River: Prince William and Stafford Counties

Prince William

A26

E. coli

4.01E+11

cfu/year

176.

Potomac Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Tributaries to the Potomac River: Prince William and Stafford Counties

Stafford

A29

E. coli

7.35E+11

cfu/year

177.

Quantico Creek, South Fork

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Tributaries to the Potomac River: Prince William and Stafford Counties

Prince William

A26

E. coli

1.09E+12

cfu/year

178.

Accokeek Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Tributaries to the Potomac River: Prince William and Stafford Counties

Stafford

A29

E. coli

3.18E+12

cfu/year

179.

Powells Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Tributaries to the Potomac River: Prince William and Stafford Counties

Prince William

A26

E. coli

3.18E+12

cfu/year

180.

Quantico Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Tributaries to the Potomac River: Prince William and Stafford Counties

Prince William

A26

E. coli

3.75E+12

cfu/year

181.

Austin Run

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Tributaries to the Potomac River: Prince William and Stafford Counties

Stafford

A28

E. coli

3.14E+13

cfu/year

182.

Rosier Creek

Bacteria TMDL for Rosier Creek Watershed

King George

A31

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

183.

Smith Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Smith Creek

Shenandoah, Rockingham

B47

E. coli

8.53E+11

cfu/year

184.

South Fork Shenandoah River

Bacteria TMDL Development and Benthic Stressor Analysis for South Fork Shenandoah River

Augusta, Staunton, Rockingham, Harrisonburg, Page, Warren, Waynesboro

B10, B11, B12, B13, B14, B15, B16, B17, B18, B19, B20, B21, B22, B23, B24, B25, B26, B27, B28, B29, B30, B31, B32, B33, B34, B35, B36, B37, B38, B39, B40, B41

E. coli

1.43E+14

cfu/year

185.

South River

Bacteria and Benthic Total Maximum Daily Load Development for South River

Augusta, Waynesboro

B30, B31, B32

E. coli

1.13E+14

cfu/year

186.

Page Brook

Total Maximum Daily Load Developments to Address Bacteria and Benthic Impairments in the Spout Run Watershed

Clarke

B57

E. coli

2.18E+11

cfu/year

187.

Roseville Run

Total Maximum Daily Load Developments to Address Bacteria and Benthic Impairments in the Spout Run Watershed

Clarke

B57

E. coli

3.05E+11

cfu/year

188.

Spout Run

Total Maximum Daily Load Developments to Address Bacteria and Benthic Impairments in the Spout Run Watershed

Clarke

B57

E. coli

5.22E+11

cfu/year

189.

Mine Run

Bacteria TMDL Development for Tributaries to the Potomac River: Sugarland Run, Mine Run, and Pimmit Run

Fairfax

A11

E. coli

1.22E+11

cfu/year

190.

Pimmit Run

Bacteria TMDL Development for Tributaries to the Potomac River: Sugarland Run, Mine Run, and Pimmit Run

Arlington, Fairfax

A12

E. coli

1.17E+12

cfu/year

191.

Sugarland Run

Bacteria TMDL Development for Tributaries to the Potomac River: Sugarland Run, Mine Run, and Pimmit Run

Fairfax

A10

E. coli

4.78E+12

cfu/year

192.

Tidal Four Mile Run

Bacteria TMDL for the Tidal Four Mile Run

Arlington, Alexandria

A12

E. coli

1.42E+14

cfu/year

193.

Deep Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Upper Machodoc Creek

King George

A30

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

194.

Upper Machodoc Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Upper Machodoc Creek

King George

A30

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

195.

Williams Creek, Upper Machodoc Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Upper Machodoc Creek

King George

A30

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

196.

Dungan Cove

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Yeocomico River

Northumberland

A33

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

197.

Hampton Hall Branch

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Yeocomico River

Westmoreland

A33

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

198.

Lodge Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Yeocomico River

Northumberland

A33

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

199.

Mill Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Yeocomico River

Northumberland

A33

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

200.

White Point Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Yeocomico River

Westmoreland

A33

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

201.

Crooked Run

Bacteria TMDL Development for Crooked Run, Borden Marsh Run, Willow Brook, West Run, Long Branch, Stephens Run, Manassas Run, and Happy Creek Watersheds, and Sediment TMDL Development for Happy Creek Watershed

Frederick, Warren

B56R

E. coli

2.22E+12

cfu/year

202.

Borden Marsh Run

Bacteria TMDL Development for Crooked Run, Borden Marsh Run, Willow Brook, West Run, Long Branch, Stephens Run, Manassas Run, and Happy Creek Watersheds, and Sediment TMDL Development for Happy Creek Watershed

Clarke, Warren

B55R

E.coli

2.81E+11

cfu/year

203.

Willow Brook

Bacteria TMDL Development for Crooked Run, Borden Marsh Run, Willow Brook, West Run, Long Branch, Stephens Run, Manassas Run, and Happy Creek Watersheds, and Sediment TMDL Development for Happy Creek Watershed

Warren

B55R

E. coli

2.33E+11

cfu/year

204.

West Run

Bacteria TMDL Development for Crooked Run, Borden Marsh Run, Willow Brook, West Run, Long Branch, Stephens Run, Manassas Run, and Happy Creek Watersheds, and Sediment TMDL Development for Happy Creek Watershed

Frederick, Warren

B56R

E. coli

5.80E+11

cfu/year

205.

Long Branch

Bacteria TMDL Development for Crooked Run, Borden Marsh Run, Willow Brook, West Run, Long Branch, Stephens Run, Manassas Run, and Happy Creek Watersheds, and Sediment TMDL Development for Happy Creek Watershed

Clarke

B57R

E. coli

1.73E+11

cfu/year

206.

Stephens Run

Bacteria TMDL Development for Crooked Run, Borden Marsh Run, Willow Brook, West Run, Long Branch, Stephens Run, Manassas Run, and Happy Creek Watersheds, and Sediment TMDL Development for Happy Creek Watershed

Frederick

B56R

E. coli

3.07E+11

cfu/year

207.

Manassas Run

Bacteria TMDL Development for Crooked Run, Borden Marsh Run, Willow Brook, West Run, Long Branch, Stephens Run, Manassas Run, and Happy Creek Watersheds, and Sediment TMDL Development for Happy Creek Watershed

Warren

B55R

E. coli

3.24E+11

cfu/year

208.

Happy Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development for Crooked Run, Borden Marsh Run, Willow Brook, West Run, Long Branch, Stephens Run, Manassas Run, and Happy Creek Watersheds, and Sediment TMDL Development for Happy Creek Watershed

Warren

B41R

E. coli

4.27E+11

cfu/year

209.

Happy Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development for Crooked Run, Borden Marsh Run, Willow Brook, West Run, Long Branch, Stephens Run, Manassas Run, and Happy Creek Watersheds, and Sediment TMDL Development for Happy Creek Watershed

Warren

B41R

Sediment

29.05

tons/year

210.

Turley Creek

TMDLs for Turley Creek (sediment) and Long Meadow Run (sediment and nitrogen)

Rockingham

B45

Sediment

19.87

tons/year

211.

Long Meadow Run

TMDLs for Turley Creek (sediment) and Long Meadow Run (sediment and nitrogen)

Rockingham

B45

Sediment

27.92

tons/year

212.

Long Meadow Run

TMDLs for Turley Creek (sediment) and Long Meadow Run (sediment and nitrogen)

Rockingham

B45

Nitrogen

520.6

lbs/year

213.

Upper Accotink Creek

Sediment TMDLs for the Accotink Creek Watershed, Fairfax County, Virginia

Fairfax, Fairfax City

A15

Sediment

2,338

tons/year

214.

Lower Accotink Creek

Sediment TMDLs for the Accotink Creek Watershed, Fairfax County, Virginia

Fairfax, Fairfax City

A15

Sediment

3,073

tons/year

215.

Long Branch (central)

Sediment TMDLs for the Accotink Creek Watershed, Fairfax County, Virginia

Fairfax, Fairfax City

A15

Sediment

936

tons/year

216.

Upper Accotink Creek

Chloride TMDLs for the Accotink Creek Watershed, Fairfax County, Virginia

Fairfax, Fairfax City

A15

Chloride

5,444,279

lbs/year

217.

Lower Accotink Creek

Chloride TMDLs for the Accotink Creek Watershed, Fairfax County, Virginia

Fairfax, Fairfax City

A15

Chloride

3,723,479

lbs/year

218.

Long Branch (central)

Chloride TMDLs for the Accotink Creek Watershed, Fairfax County, Virginia

Fairfax, Fairfax City

A15

Chloride

873,049

lbs/year

219.

North Fork Catoctin Creek

A TMDL and Watershed Management Plan to Address Sediment in North Fork Catoctin Creek Located in Loudoun County, Virginia

Loudoun

A02R

Sediment

99.1

tons/year

220.

Lewis Creek

PCB Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Lewis Creek, Staunton, Virginia

Staunton

B12R

PCBs

3,040

mg/yr

Notes:
1The total WLA can be increased prior to modification provided that DEQ tracks these changes for bacteria TMDLs where the permit is consistent with water quality standards for bacteria.

2There were no point source dischargers in the modeled TMDL area.

B. Non-TMDL wasteload allocations.

Water Body

Permit No.

Facility Name

Outfall No.

Receiving Stream

River Mile

Parameter Description

WLA

Units WLA

VAV-B02R

VA0023281

Monterey STP

001

West Strait Creek

3.85

CBOD5

11.4

KG/D

VAV-B08R

VA0065552

Opequon Water Reclamation Facility

001

Opequon Creek

32.66

BOD5, JUN-NOV

207

KG/D

AKA Winchester - Frederick Regional

CBOD5, DEC-MAY

1514

KG/D

VAV-B14R

VA0025291

Fishersville Regional STP

001

Christians Creek

12.36

BOD5

182

KG/D

VAV-B23R

VA0060640

North River WWTF AKA Harrisonburg - Rockingham Reg. Sewer Auth.

001

North River

15.01

CBOD5, JAN-MAY

700

KG/D

CBOD5, JUN-DEC

800

TKN, JUN-DEC

420

TKN, JAN-MAY

850

VAV-B32R

VA0002160

INVISTA - Waynesboro Formerly Dupont - Waynesboro

001

South River

25.3

BOD5

272

KG/D

VAV-B32R

VA0025151

Waynesboro STP

001

South River

23.54

CBOD5

227

KG/D

CBOD5, JUN-OCT

113.6

KG/D

VAV-B32R

VA0028037

Skyline Swannanoa STP

001

South River UT

2.96

BOD5

8.5

KG/D

VAV-B35R

VA0024732

Massanutten Public Service STP

001

Quail Run

5.07

BOD5

75.7

KG/D

VAV-B37R

VA0002178

Merck & Company

001

S.F. Shenandoah River

88.09

BOD5

1570

KG/D

AMMONIA, AS N

645.9

KG/D

VAV-B49R

VA0028380

Stoney Creek Sanitary District STP

001

Stoney Creek

19.87

BOD5, JUN-NOV

29.5

KG/D

VAV-B53R

VA0020982

Middletown STP

001

Meadow Brook

2.19

CBOD5

24.0

KG/D

VAV-B58R

VA0020532

Berryville STP

001

Shenandoah River

24.23

CBOD5

42.6

KG/D

C. Nitrogen and phosphorus wasteload allocations to restore the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal rivers. The following table presents nitrogen and phosphorus wasteload allocations for the identified significant dischargers and the total nitrogen and total phosphorus wasteload allocations for the listed facilities.

Virginia Waterbody ID

Discharger Name

VPDES Permit No.

Total Nitrogen (TN) Wasteload Allocation (lbs/yr)

Total Phosphorus (TP) Wasteload Allocation (lbs/yr)

B37R

Coors Brewing Company Molson Coors - Shenandoah Brewery

VA0073245

54,820

4,112

B14R

ACSA - Fishersville Regional STP WWTP

VA0025291

48,729

3,655

B32R

INVISTA - Waynesboro The Lycra Company (Outfall 101)

VA0002160

78,941

1,009

B39R

Luray STP WWTP

VA0062642

19,492

1,462

B35R

Massanutten PSA Public Service Corporation STP

VA0024732

18,273

1,371

B37R

Merck - Stonewall WWTP Sharp & Dohme Corp. - Elkton Plant (Outfall 101)1

VA0002178

43,835

4,384

B12R

ACSA - Middle River Regional STP WWTP

VA0064793

82,839 [ 1 ]

6,213 [ 2 ]

B23R

North River WWTF [ 3 1 ]

VA0060640

253,391 260,226 [ 1 ]

19,004 19,574 [ 2 ]

B22R

VA Poultry Growers VPGC, LLC - Hinton

VA0002313

27,410

1,371

B38R

Pilgrims Pride - Alma Nutrient Offset Fund

Formerly VA0001961

18,273

914

B31R

ACSA - Stuarts Draft WWTP

VA0066877

48,729

3,655

B32R

Waynesboro STP WWTP

VA0025151

48,729 [ 1 ]

3,655 [ 2 ]

B23R

ACSA - Weyers Cave STP WWTP

VA0022349

6,091

457

B58R

Berryville STP WWTP

VA0020532

8,528

640

B55R

Front Royal STP WWTP

VA0062812

48,729 [ 1 ]

3,655 [ 2 ]

B49R

Georges Chicken LLC

VA0077402

31,065

1,553

B48R

Mt. Jackson STP

VA0026441

8,528

640

B45R

Broadway Regional WWTF

VA0090263

29,481

2,211

B49R

Stoney Creek SD STP

VA0028380

7,309

548

B51R

Strasburg STP

VA0020311

11,939

895

B50R

Woodstock STP

VA0026468

24,364

1,827

A06R

Basham Simms WWTF

VA0022802

18,273

1,371

A09R

Broad Run WRF

VA0091383

134,005 [ 1 ]

3,350 [ 2 ]

A08R

Leesburg WPCF

VA0092282

121,822 [ 1 ]

9,137 [ 2 ]

A06R

Round Hill Town WWTF WWTP

VA0026212

9,137

685

A25R

DSC VA American Water Prince William - Section 1 WWTF

VA0024724

42,029 [ 1 ]

2,522 [ 2 ]

A25R

DSC VA American Water Prince William - Section 8 WWTF

VA0024678

42,029 [ 1 ]

2,522 [ 2 ]

A25E

H L Mooney WWTF

VA0025101

219,280 [ 1 ]

13,157 [ 2 ]

A22R

UOSA - Centreville

VA0024988

1,315,682

16,446

A19R

Vint Hill WWTF WWTP

VA0020460

11,573

868

B08R

Opequon WRF2 [ 4 2 ]

VA0065552

121,851 [ 1 ]

11,512 [ 2 ]

B08R

Parkins Mills STP Mill WWTF

VA0075191

60,911 [ 1 ]

4,568 [ 2 ]

A13E

Alexandria Renew Enterprises3 WWTP [ 5 3 ]

VA0025160

493,381 [ 1 ]

29,603 [ 2 ]

A12E

Arlington County Water PCF

VA0025143

365,467 [ 1 ]

21,928 [ 2 ]

A16R

Noman M Cole Jr PCF PCP

VA0025364

612,158 [ 1 ]

36,729 [ 2 ]

A12R

Blue Plains (VA Share)

DC0021199

581,458

26,166

A26R

USMC Quantico WWTF Mainside STP

VA0028363

20,101

1,206

A28R

Aquia WWTF WWTP

VA0060968

73,093 [ 1 ]

4,386 [ 2 ]

A31E

Colonial Beach STP WWTP

VA0026409

18,273

1,827

A30E

KGCSA - Dahlgren WWTF District WWTP

VA0026514

9,137

914

A29E

King George County Service Authority KGCSA - Fairview Beach WWTP

VA0092134

1,827

183

A30E

US NSWC-Dahlgren WWTF Naval Support Facility Dahlgren

VA0021067

6,578

658

A31R

KGCSA - Purkins Corner STP WWTP

VA0070106

1,096

110

Unallocated Reserve WLA Nutrient Offset Fund

9,137

685

TOTALS:

5,156,169 5,214,628

246,635 254,334

Notes:

1Merck-Stonewall – (a) these wasteload allocations will be subject to further consideration, consistent with the Chesapeake Bay TMDL, as it may be amended, and possible reduction upon "full-scale" results showing the optimal treatment capability of the 4-stage Bardenpho technology at this facility consistent with the level of effort by other dischargers in the region. The "full scale" evaluation will be completed by December 31, 2011, and the results submitted to DEQ for review and subsequent board action; (b) in any year when credits are available after all other exchanges within the Shenandoah-Potomac River Basin are completed in accordance with § 62.1-44.19:18 of the Code of Virginia, Merck shall acquire credits for total nitrogen discharged in excess of 14,619 lbs/yr and total phosphorus discharged in excess of 1,096 lbs/yr; and (c) the allocations are not transferable and compliance credits are only generated if discharged loads are less than the loads identified in clause (b).

[ 1Effective January 1, 2026, the total nitrogen wasteload allocation for any given calendar year is the lesser of (i) the values listed in this table and (ii) the floating wasteload allocation calculated as follows:

TN WLA (lbs/yr) = Annual average treated flow (MGD) x 4.0 mg/l x 8.345 x 365

Annual average treated flow is the sum of 12 monthly average treated flows divided by 12. Floating wasteload allocations shall be calculated to the nearest pound without regard to mathematical rules of precision.

2Effective January 1, 2026, the total phosphorus wasteload allocation for any given calendar year is the lesser of (i) the values listed in this table and (ii) the floating wasteload allocation calculated as follows:

TP WLA (lbs/yr) = Annual average treated flow (MGD) x 0.30 mg/l x 8.345 x 365

Annual average treated flow is the sum of 12 monthly average treated flows divided by 12. Floating wasteload allocations shall be calculated to the nearest pound without regard to mathematical rules of precision. ]

[ 3 1 ] North River WWTF WLA includes 6,835 lbs/yr of TN and 570 lbs/yr of TP from the consolidation of the McGaheysville STP (VA0072931).

2 [ 4 2 ] Opequan WRF: (a) the TN WLA is derived based on 3 mg/l of TN and 12.6 MGD; (b) the TN WLA includes an additional allocation for TN in the amount of 6,729 lbs/yr by means of a landfill leachate consolidation and treatment project; and (c) the TP WLA is derived based on 0.3 mg/l of TP and 12.6 MGD.

3 [ 5 3 ] Wasteload allocations for localities served by combined sewers are based on dry weather design flow capacity. During wet weather flow events the discharge shall achieve a TN concentration of 4.0 mg/l and TP concentration of 0.18 mg/l.

9VAC25-720-60 James River Basin

A. Total maximum daily loads (TMDLs).

TMDL #

Stream Name

TMDL Title

City/County

WBID

Pollutant

WLA1

Units

1.

Pheasanty Run

Benthic TMDL Reports for Six Impaired Stream Segments in the Potomac-Shenandoah and James River Basins

Bath

I14R

Organic solids

1,231.00

LB/YR

2.

Wallace Mill Stream

Benthic TMDL Reports for Six Impaired Stream Segments in the Potomac-Shenandoah and James River Basins

Augusta

I32R

Organic solids

2,814.00

LB/YR

3.

Montebello Sp. Branch

Benthic TMDL Reports for Six Impaired Stream Segments in the Potomac-Shenandoah and James River Basins

Nelson

H09R

Organic solids

37.00

LB/YR

4.

Unnamed tributary to Deep Creek

General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load for Unnamed Tributary to Deep Creek

Nottoway

J11R

Raw sewage

0

GAL/YR

5.

Unnamed tributary to Chickahominy River

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Unnamed Tributary to the Chickahominy River

Hanover

G05R

Total phosphorus

409.35

LB/YR

6.

Rivanna River

Benthic TMDL Development for the Rivanna River Watershed

Albemarle, Greene, Nelson, Orange

H27R,
H28R

Sediment

10,229

Lbs/Day

7.

Jackson River

Benthic TMDL Development for the Jackson River, Virginia

Alleghany, Bath, Highland

I04R, I09R

Total phosphorus

72,955

LB/GS2

8.

Jackson River

Benthic TMDL Development for the Jackson River, Virginia

Alleghany, Bath, Highland

I04R, I09R

Total nitrogen

220,134

LB/GS

9.

Little Calfpasture

Total Maximum Daily Load Development to Address a Benthic Impairment in the Little Calfpasture River, Rockbridge County, Virginia

Rockbridge

132R

Sediment

30.4

T/YR

10.

Phelps Branch

Phelps Branch Sediment TMDL Development Report for a Benthic Impairment in Appomattox County, Virginia

Appomattox

H06R

Sediment

115.7

T/YR

11.

Long Branch

Sediment TMDL Development Report for Benthic Impairments in Long Branch and Buffalo River in Amherst County, Virginia

Amherst

H11R

Sediment

16.2

T/YR

12.

Buffalo River

Sediment TMDL Development Report for Benthic Impairments in Long Branch and Buffalo River in Amherst County, Virginia

Amherst

H11R

Sediment

306.4

T/YR

13.

Chickahominy River

Benthic TMDL Development for Chickahominy River, Virginia

Hanover, Henrico

G05R

Sediment

294.03

T/YR

14.

Colliers Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development for Colliers Creek, North Fork Buffalo Creek, South Fork Buffalo Creek, Buffalo Creek, Maury River, and Cedar Creek and a Sediment TMDL Development for Colliers Creek

Rockbridge

138R

Sediment

103.4

T/YR

15.

Angola Creek (1) - VAC-J06R_ANG01A00

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Cumberland

J06

E. coli

0

cfu/year

16.

Angola Creek (2) - VAC-J06R_ANG02A00

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Cumberland

J06

E. coli

0

cfu/year

17.

Horsepen Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Cumberland

J06

E. coli

0

cfu/year

18.

Little Sandy Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Prince Edward

J03

E. coli

0

cfu/year

19.

Saylers Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Prince Edward

J06

E. coli

0

cfu/year

20.

Spring Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Prince Edward

J02

E. coli

0

cfu/year

21.

West Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Amelia

J11

E. coli

0

cfu/year

22.

Briery Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Prince Edward

J05

E. coli

3.50E+09

cfu/year

23.

Bush River (1) - VAC-J04R_BSR02A02

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Prince Edward

J04, J05

E. coli

3.50E+09

cfu/year

24.

Bush River (2) - VAC-J03R_BSR03A02

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Prince Edward

J03, J04, J05

E. coli

3.50E+09

cfu/year

25.

Swift Creek (1) - VAP-J16R_SFT01A00

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Chesterfield

J16

E. coli

8.37E+09

cfu/year

26.

Swift Creek (2) - VAP-J17R_SFT01B98

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Chesterfield

J16, J17

E. coli

3.24E+11

cfu/year

27.

Swift Creek (3) - VAP-J17R_SFT01C98

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Chesterfield

J16, J17

E. coli

4.76E+11

cfu/year

28.

Flat Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Nottoway, Amelia

J08, J09

E. coli

5.24E+11

cfu/year

29.

Nibbs Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Amelia

J09

E. coli

5.24E+11

cfu/year

30.

Deep Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Nottoway

J11

E. coli

8.71E+11

cfu/year

31.

Appomattox River (1) - VAC-J01R_APP03A02, VAC-J01R_APP04A02, VAC-J01R_APP05A04, VAC-J06R_APP05A02, VAP-J07R_APP01A98, VAP-J10R_APP01A98

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Cumberland, Powhatan, Amelia, Prince Edward, Appomattox

J01, J02, J03, J04, J05, J06, J07

E. coli

1.07E+13

cfu/year

32.

Appomattox River (2), lower - VAP-J15R_APP01A98

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Chesterfield, Cumberland, Powhatan, Nottoway, Amelia, Dinwiddie, Prince Edward, Appomattox

J01, J02, J03, J04, J05, J06, J07, J08, J09, J10, J11, J12, J13, J14, J15

E. coli

1.66E+13

cfu/year

33.

Appomattox River and tributaries, lower tidal (3) - VAP-J15E_APP01A98, VAP-J15E_APP02A98, VAP-J15E_APP02B12

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Appomattox River Basin

Chesterfield, Cumberland, Nottoway, Petersburg, Amelia, Colonial Heights, Prince Edward, Appomattox

J01, J02, J03, J04, J05, J06, J07, J08, J09, J10, J11, J12, J13, J14, J15, J16, J17

E. coli

7.47E+13

cfu/year

34.

Bear Garden Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Bear Garden Creek Watershed

Buckingham

H20

E. coli

3.15E+08

cfu/day

35.

Stonewall Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Bent Creek, North Creek, Stonewall Creek, Walkers Ford Creek, and Wreck Island Creek

Appomattox

H05

E. coli

9.28E+10

cfu/year

36.

Bent Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Bent Creek, North Creek, Stonewall Creek, Walkers Ford Creek, and Wreck Island Creek

Appomattox

H07

E. coli

2.26E+11

cfu/year

37.

North Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Bent Creek, North Creek, Stonewall Creek, Walkers Ford Creek, and Wreck Island Creek

Appomattox

H06

E. coli

2.96E+11

cfu/year

38.

Wreck Island Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Bent Creek, North Creek, Stonewall Creek, Walkers Ford Creek, and Wreck Island Creek

Appomattox

H06

E. coli

8.76E+11

cfu/year

39.

Walkers Ford Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Bent Creek, North Creek, Stonewall Creek, Walkers Ford Creek, and Wreck Island Creek

Amherst

H05

E. coli

8.90E+11

cfu/year

40.

Bleakhorn Creek

TMDL Report for Chesapeake Bay Shellfish Waters: Bleakhorn Creek, Bennett Creek, and Knotts Creek Bacterial Impairments

Suffolk

G13

Fecal coliform

2.66E+09

MPN/day

41.

Knotts Creek

TMDL Report for Chesapeake Bay Shellfish Waters: Bleakhorn Creek, Bennett Creek, and Knotts Creek Bacterial Impairments

Suffolk

G13

Fecal coliform

1.07E+10

MPN/day

42.

Bennett Creek

TMDL Report for Chesapeake Bay Shellfish Waters: Bleakhorn Creek, Bennett Creek, and Knotts Creek Bacterial Impairments

Suffolk

G13

Fecal coliform

6.37E+10

MPN/day

43.

Chickahominy River and tributaries

E. coli TMDL Development for Chickahominy River and Tributaries

New Kent, Henrico, Charles City, Hanover

G05, G06, G07

E. coli

2.41E+12

cfu/year

44.

Chuckatuck Creek and Brewers Creek

Shellfish Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development Chuckatuck Creek and Brewers Creek Watershed

Isle of Wight

G11

Fecal coliform

4.79E+11

MPN/day

45.

Paradise Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Elizabeth River Watershed

Portsmouth

G15

Enterococci

5.04E+11

cfu/day

46.

Lafayette River, upper

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Elizabeth River Watershed

Norfolk

G15

Enterococci

1.05E+13

cfu/day

47.

Lower and Upper Western Branch, Elizabeth River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Elizabeth River Watershed

Chesapeake, Portsmouth

G15

Enterococci

2.00E+13

cfu/day

48.

Upper Mainstem, Lower Southern Branch, Lower Eastern Branch Elizabeth River, Broad Creek, Indian River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Elizabeth River Watershed

Chesapeake, Portsmouth, Norfolk

G15, K39

Enterococci

5.78E+13

cfu/day

49.

Fourmile Creek

Bacteria TMDL for Fourmile Creek

Henrico

G02

E. coli

3.99E+10

cfu/year

50.

Hardware River, North Fork

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for North Fork Hardware River and Hardware River

Albemarle

H18

E. coli

0.06E+12

cfu/year

51.

Hardware River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for North Fork Hardware River and Hardware River

Fluvanna, Albemarle

H18, H19

E. coli

0.02E+13

cfu/year

52.

Walker Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Hays Creek, Moffatts Creek, Walker Creek, and Otts Creek

Rockbridge

I34

E. coli

6.00E+10

cfu/year

53.

Otts Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Hays Creek, Moffatts Creek, Walker Creek, and Otts Creek

Augusta

I34

E. coli

9.00E+10

cfu/year

54.

Hays Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Hays Creek, Moffatts Creek, Walker Creek, and Otts Creek

Rockbridge

I34

E. coli

2.00E+11

cfu/year

55.

Hoffler Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Hoffler Creek Watershed

Portsmouth

G15

Enterococci

5.39E+11

cfu/day

56.

Powell Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River - Hopewell to Westover

Prince George

G03

E. coli

6.12E+10

cfu/year

57.

Bailey Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River - Hopewell to Westover

Prince George

G03

E. coli

1.62E+11

cfu/year

58.

Bailey Bay, Bailey Creek, Cattail Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River - Hopewell to Westover

Prince George, Hopewell

G03

E. coli

8.47E+12

cfu/year

59.

James River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River - Hopewell to Westover

Prince George, Charles City, Hopewell

G03

E. coli

8.67E+14

cfu/year

60.

Austin Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River Basin

Buckingham

H21

E. coli

1.62E+10

cfu/year

61.

Fisby Branch

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River Basin

Buckingham

H21

E. coli

2.15E+10

cfu/year

62.

Rock Island Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River Basin

Buckingham

H17

E. coli

3.38E+10

cfu/year

63.

Slate River, upper

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River Basin

Buckingham

H21

E. coli

4.22E+10

cfu/year

64.

Troublesome Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River Basin

Buckingham

H21

E. coli

5.23E+10

cfu/year

65.

North River

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River Basin

Buckingham

H21

E. coli

5.52E+10

cfu/year

66.

Ballinger Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River Basin

Albemarle

H17

E. coli

5.75E+10

cfu/year

67.

Totier Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River Basin

Albemarle

H17

E. coli

1.62E+11

cfu/year

68.

Slate River, lower

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River Basin

Buckingham

H21, H22

E. coli

3.19E+12

cfu/year

69.

Fine Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - Lower Piedmont Region

Powhatan

H38

E. coli

3.66E+10

cfu/year

70.

Big Lickinghole Creek, Little Lickinghole Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - Lower Piedmont Region

Goochland

H37

E. coli

7.94E+10

cfu/year

71.

Byrd Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - Lower Piedmont Region

Goochland, Fluvanna

H34

E. coli

1.08E+11

cfu/year

72.

Upper James River

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - Lower Piedmont Region

Cumberland, Fluvanna, Powhatan, Goochland

H33, H34, H37

E. coli

3.50E+11

cfu/year

73.

Beaverdam Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - Lower Piedmont Region

Goochland

H38

E. coli

1.60E+12

cfu/year

74.

James River, lower

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - Lower Piedmont Region

Cumberland, Fluvanna, Powhatan, Goochland

H33, H34, H37, H38

E. coli

8.20E+12

cfu/year

75.

No Name Creek

Bacterial Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - City of Richmond

Chesterfield

G01

E. coli

4.66E+11

cfu/year

76.

Bernards Creek

Bacterial Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - City of Richmond

Powhatan

H39

E. coli

1.67E+12

cfu/year

77.

Goode Creek

Bacterial Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - City of Richmond

Richmond City

G01

E. coli

2.52E+12

cfu/year

78.

Gillies Creek

Bacterial Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - City of Richmond

Henrico, Richmond City

G01

E. coli

2.93E+12

cfu/year

79.

Powhite Creek

Bacterial Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - City of Richmond

Chesterfield

H39

E. coli

3.34E+12

cfu/year

80.

Almond Creek

Bacterial Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - City of Richmond

Henrico

G01

E. coli

4.39E+12

cfu/year

81.

Falling Creek

Bacterial Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - City of Richmond

Chesterfield, Richmond City

G01

E. coli

1.64E+13

cfu/year

82.

Reedy Creek

Bacterial Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - City of Richmond

Richmond City

H39

E. coli

8.23E+13

cfu/year

83.

James River, tidal

Bacterial Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - City of Richmond

Henrico, Richmond City, Goochland, Powhatan, Chesterfield

G01, G02, H39

E. coli

3.76E+14

cfu/year

84.

James River, lower

Bacterial Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the James River and Tributaries - City of Richmond

Henrico, Richmond City, Goochland, Powhatan, Chesterfield

H39

E. coli

3.06E+15

cfu/year

85.

Ivy Creek

E. coli TMDL Development for the James River and Tributaries near Lynchburg, VA

Lynchburg, Bedford

H03

E. coli

4.07E+12

cfu/year

86.

Burton Creek

E. coli TMDL Development for the James River and Tributaries near Lynchburg, VA

Lynchburg, Campbell

H03

E. coli

3.47E+12

cfu/year

87.

Judith Creek

E. coli TMDL Development for the James River and Tributaries near Lynchburg, VA

Lynchburg, Bedford

H03

E. coli

3.26E+11

cfu/year

88.

Tomahawk Creek

E. coli TMDL Development for the James River and Tributaries near Lynchburg, VA

Bedford, Campbell, Lynchburg

H03

E. coli

1.01E+12

cfu/year

89.

Fishing Creek

E. coli TMDL Development for the James River and Tributaries near Lynchburg, VA

Lynchburg

H03

E. coli

3.76E+13

cfu/year

90.

Blackwater Creek

E. coli TMDL Development for the James River and Tributaries near Lynchburg, VA

Lynchburg

H03

E. coli

3.61E+14

cfu/year

91.

James River, lower

E.coli TMDL Development for the James River and Tributaries near Lynchburg, VA

Amherst, Bedford, Campbell, Lynchburg

H03, H05

E. coli

1.33E+15

cfu/year

92.

Baptist Run

Fecal Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Warwick River

York

G11

E. coli

3.89E+09

cfu/year

93.

Deep Creek

Fecal Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Warwick River

Newport News

G11, C07

Enterococci

5.59E+12

cfu/year

94.

Skiffes Creek

Fecal Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Warwick River

James City

G11

Fecal coliform

2.46E+12

cfu/year

95.

James River, Warwick River

Fecal Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Warwick River

Newport News, York

G11

Fecal coliform

3.04E+12

cfu/year

96.

Kings Creek and Bay

Shellfish Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development Kings Creek and Bay and Ballard Creek and Bay Watersheds

Isle of Wight

G11

Fecal coliform

1.23E+09

counts/day

97.

Ballard Creek and Bay

Shellfish Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development Kings Creek and Bay and Ballard Creek and Bay Watersheds

Isle of Wight

G11

Fecal coliform

1.64E+09

counts/day

98.

Lawnes Creek

TMDL Report for Chesapeake Bay Shellfish Waters: Lawnes Creek Bacterial Impairment

Surry

G11

Fecal coliform

5.94E+08

MPN/day

99.

Looney Creek

Bacteria TMDL for Looney Creek

Botetourt

I26

E. coli

1.84E+10

cfu/year

100.

Buffalo Creek, South Fork

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Colliers Creek, North Fork Buffalo Creek, South Fork Buffalo Creek, Buffalo Creek, Maury River and Cedar Creek and a Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Colliers Creek

Botetourt, Rockbridge

I38

E. coli

2.01E+11

cfu/year

101.

Colliers Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Colliers Creek, North Fork Buffalo Creek, South Fork Buffalo Creek, Buffalo Creek, Maury River and Cedar Creek and a Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Colliers Creek

Rockbridge

I38

E. coli

4.75E+11

cfu/year

102.

Cedar Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Colliers Creek, North Fork Buffalo Creek, South Fork Buffalo Creek, Buffalo Creek, Maury River and Cedar Creek and a Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Colliers Creek

Rockbridge

I28

E. coli

5.01E+11

cfu/year

103.

Buffalo Creek, North Fork

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Colliers Creek, North Fork Buffalo Creek, South Fork Buffalo Creek, Buffalo Creek, Maury River and Cedar Creek and a Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Colliers Creek

Rockbridge

I38

E. coli

6.52E+11

cfu/year

104.

Buffalo Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Colliers Creek, North Fork Buffalo Creek, South Fork Buffalo Creek, Buffalo Creek, Maury River and Cedar Creek and a Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Colliers Creek

Rockbridge

I38

E. coli

1.91E+12

cfu/year

105.

Maury River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Colliers Creek, North Fork Buffalo Creek, South Fork Buffalo Creek, Buffalo Creek, Maury River and Cedar Creek and a Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Colliers Creek

Buena Vista, Rockbridge

I37, I38

E. coli

2.98E+13

cfu/year

106.

Powhatan Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek and Powhatan Creek

James City

G10

E. coli

1.78E+13

cfu/year

107.

Mill Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek and Powhatan Creek

James City

G10

Enterococci

3.63E+12

cfu/year

108.

Powhatan Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek and Powhatan Creek

James City

G10

Enterococci

7.24E+12

cfu/year

109.

Moores Creek

Development of the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for Fecal Coliform Bacteria in Moore's Creek, Albemarle County, Virginia

Charlottesville, Albemarle

H28

Fecal coliform

3.30E+13

cfu/year

110.

Morris Creek

Morris Creek (tidal), Charles City County Total Maximum Daily Load for Bacteria Contamination Impaired for Recreational Use

Charles City

G08

Enterococci

2.92E+10

cfu/day

111.

Shingle Creek

Fecal Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load for the Nansemond River

Suffolk

G13, K39

Fecal coliform

2.78E+09

cfu/year

112.

Nansemond River, upper and middle

Fecal Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load for the Nansemond River

Isle of Wight, Suffolk

G12, G13, G14

Fecal coliform

3.89E+10

cfu/year

113.

Shingle Creek

Fecal Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load for the Nansemond River

Suffolk

G13, K39

Enterococci

2.19E+10

cfu/year

114.

Nansemond River, upper

Fecal Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load for the Nansemond River

Isle of Wight, Suffolk

G12, G13, G14

Enterococci

9.99E+10

cfu/year

115.

Nansemond River (Lake Meade)

Fecal Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load for the Nansemond River

Suffolk

G12, G13

Enterococci

9.99E+10

cfu/year

116.

Pagan River, middle and upper

Fecal Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Pagan River

Isle of Wight

G11

Enterococci

3.01E+12

cfu/year

117.

Pagan River and Jones Creek

Fecal Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Pagan River

Isle of Wight

G11

Fecal coliform

2.15E+12

cfu/year

118.

Reed Creek, lower

Bacteria TMDL for Reed Creek

Bedford

H01

E. coli

0

cfu/year

119.

Beaver Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development for the Rivanna River Mainstem, North Fork Rivanna River, Preddy Creek and Tributaries, Meadow Creek, Mechums River, and Beaver Creek Watersheds

Albemarle

H23

E. coli

3.29E+10

cfu/year

120.

Mechums River

Bacteria TMDL Development for the Rivanna River Mainstem, North Fork Rivanna River, Preddy Creek and Tributaries, Meadow Creek, Mechums River, and Beaver Creek Watersheds

Albemarle

H23

E. coli

3.31E+10

cfu/year

121.

Preddy Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development for the Rivanna River Mainstem, North Fork Rivanna River, Preddy Creek and Tributaries, Meadow Creek, Mechums River, and Beaver Creek Watersheds

Greene, Albemarle

H27

E. coli

2.43E+11

cfu/year

122.

Rivanna River, North Fork

Bacteria TMDL Development for the Rivanna River Mainstem, North Fork Rivanna River, Preddy Creek and Tributaries, Meadow Creek, Mechums River, and Beaver Creek Watersheds

Greene, Albemarle

H27

E. coli

2.15E+12

cfu/year

123.

Meadow Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development for the Rivanna River Mainstem, North Fork Rivanna River, Preddy Creek and Tributaries, Meadow Creek, Mechums River, and Beaver Creek Watersheds

Charlottesville

H28

E. coli

3.89E+12

cfu/year

124.

Rivanna River

Bacteria TMDL Development for the Rivanna River Mainstem, North Fork Rivanna River, Preddy Creek and Tributaries, Meadow Creek, Mechums River, and Beaver Creek Watersheds

Charlottesville, Albemarle, Greene

H23, H24, H25, H26, H27, H28

E. coli

4.93E+12

cfu/year

125.

Rockfish River, North Fork

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Rockfish River, North Fork Rockfish River, and South Fork Rockfish River

Nelson

H15

E. coli

8.44E+11

cfu/year

126.

Rockfish River, South Fork

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Rockfish River, North Fork Rockfish River, and South Fork Rockfish River

Nelson

H15

E. coli

4.40E+12

cfu/year

127.

Rockfish River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Rockfish River, North Fork Rockfish River, and South Fork Rockfish River

Nelson

H15, H16

E. coli

5.76E+12

cfu/year

128.

Tuckahoe Creek and tributaries

Bacteria TMDL for Tuckahoe Creek, Little Tuckahoe Creek, Anderson, Broad, Georges and Readers Branches, and Deep Run

Henrico, Goochland

H39

E. coli

1.05E+13

cfu/year

129.

Turner Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Hat Creek, Piney River, Rucker Run, Mill Creek, Rutledge Creek, Turner Creek, Buffalo River and Tye River

Amherst

H12

E. coli

1.57E+11

cfu/year

130.

Mill Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Hat Creek, Piney River, Rucker Run, Mill Creek, Rutledge Creek, Turner Creek, Buffalo River and Tye River

Amherst

H11

E. coli

2.08E+11

cfu/year

131.

Hat Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Hat Creek, Piney River, Rucker Run, Mill Creek, Rutledge Creek, Turner Creek, Buffalo River and Tye River

Nelson

H09

E. coli

6.02E+11

cfu/year

132.

Rutledge Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Hat Creek, Piney River, Rucker Run, Mill Creek, Rutledge Creek, Turner Creek, Buffalo River and Tye River

Amherst

H12

E. coli

1.15E+12

cfu/year

133.

Rucker Run

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Hat Creek, Piney River, Rucker Run, Mill Creek, Rutledge Creek, Turner Creek, Buffalo River and Tye River

Nelson

H13

E. coli

1.32E+12

cfu/year

134.

Piney River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Hat Creek, Piney River, Rucker Run, Mill Creek, Rutledge Creek, Turner Creek, Buffalo River and Tye River

Amherst, Nelson

H10

E. coli

2.44E+12

cfu/year

135.

Buffalo River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Hat Creek, Piney River, Rucker Run, Mill Creek, Rutledge Creek, Turner Creek, Buffalo River and Tye River

Amherst

H11, H12

E. coli

2.54E+12

cfu/year

136.

Tye River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Hat Creek, Piney River, Rucker Run, Mill Creek, Rutledge Creek, Turner Creek, Buffalo River and Tye River

Amherst, Nelson

H09, H10, H11, H12, H13

E. coli

1.33E+13

cfu/year

137.

Upham Brook and tributaries

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Upham Brook Watershed

Henrico, Richmond City

G05

E. coli

8.04E+10

cfu/year

138.

White Oak Swamp

Bacteria TMDL for White Oak Swamp

Henrico

G06

E. coli

1.58E+12

cfu/year

139.

Willis River and tributaries

Fecal coliform TMDL Development for Willis River

Cumberland, Buckingham

H35, H36

Fecal coliform

3.15E+11

cfu/year

140.

North Creek

Benthic Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the North Creek Watershed

Fluvanna

H20R

Sediment

7.29

tons/yr

141.

North Creek

Benthic Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the North Creek Watershed

Fluvanna

H20R

Total phosphorus

187.3

lbs/yr

142.

Turkey Island Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development for the Turkey Island Creek and James River Westover to Claremont Watershed

Henrico, Charles City

G02R

E. coli

4.31E+11

cfu/year

143.

James River from Westover to Chippokes Point

Bacteria TMDL Development for the Turkey Island Creek and James River Westover to Claremont Watershed

Charles City, Prince George

G02R, G04R

E. coli

4.25E+13

cfu/year

144.

James River from Chippokes Point to Claremont

Bacteria TMDL Development for the Turkey Island Creek and James River Westover to Claremont Watershed

Prince George, Surry

G04E, G04R

E. coli

4.99E+13

cfu/year

145.

Moores Creek

Sediment TMDLs for Moores Creek, Lodge Creek, Meadow Creek, and Schenks Branch

Albemarle,
City of Charlottesville

H28

Sediment

809.48

tons/yr

146.

Lodge Creek

Sediment TMDLs for Moores Creek, Lodge Creek, Meadow Creek, and Schenks Branch

Albemarle,
City of Charlottesville

H28

Sediment

46.25

tons/yr

147.

Meadow Creek

Sediment TMDLs for Moores Creek, Lodge Creek, Meadow Creek, and Schenks Branch

Albemarle,
City of Charlottesville

H28

Sediment

452.33

tons/yr

148.

Schenks Branch

Sediment TMDLs for Moores Creek, Lodge Creek, Meadow Creek, and Schenks Branch

City of Charlottesville

H28

Sediment

134.52

tons/yr

149.

James River, upper

E. coli TMDL Development for the James River and Tributaries near Lynchburg, VA

Amherst, Bedford

H01R, I28R

E. coli

2.27E+11

cfu/year

150.

Beaver Creek

E. coli TMDL Development for the James River and Tributaries near Lynchburg, VA

Campbell

H05R

E. coli

3.26E+11

cfu/year

151.

Pedlar River

E. coli TMDL Development for the James River and Tributaries near Lynchburg, VA

Amherst

H02R

E. coli

7.86E+11

cfu/year

152.

Harris Creek

E. coli TMDL Development for the James River and Tributaries near Lynchburg, VA

Amherst

H04R

E. coli

1.02E+13

cfu/year

153.

Diascund Creek, nontidal

Bacteria TMDL Development for Lower Chickahominy River Watershed Located in Charles City, James City, and New Kent Counties, VA

New Kent

G09R

E. coli

2.51E+11

cfu/year

154.

Beaverdam Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development for Lower Chickahominy River Watershed Located in Charles City, James City, and New Kent Counties, VA

New Kent

G09R

E. coli

1.27E+11

cfu/year

155.

Unnamed tributary to Beaverdam Creek (SAH)

Bacteria TMDL Development for Lower Chickahominy River Watershed Located in Charles City, James City, and New Kent Counties, VA

New Kent

G09R

E. coli

4.52E+10

cfu/year

156.

Barrows Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development for Lower Chickahominy River Watershed Located in Charles City, James City, and New Kent Counties, VA

Charles City

G08R

E. coli

6.90E+10

cfu/year

157.

Mill Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development for Lower Chickahominy River Watershed Located in Charles City, James City, and New Kent Counties, VA

James City

G08R

E. coli

9.90E+11

cfu/year

158.

Diascund Creek, tidal

Bacteria TMDL Development for Lower Chickahominy River Watershed Located in Charles City, James City, and New Kent Counties, VA

New Kent, James City

G08E

Enterococci

7.12E+12

cfu/year

159.

Chickahominy River

Bacteria TMDL Development for Lower Chickahominy River Watershed Located in Charles City, James City, and New Kent Counties, VA

New Kent, James City, Charles City

G08E

Enterococci

9.57E+13

cfu/year

160.

Gordon Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development for Lower Chickahominy River Watershed Located in Charles City, James City, and New Kent Counties, VA

James City

G08E

Enterococci

6.15E+12

cfu/year

161.

Woods Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development and a Proactive Approach to Address the Benthic Impairment for Woods Creek, Rockbridge County and City of Lexington, Virginia

Rockbridge, City of Lexington

I35R

E.coli

3.97E+11

cfu/year

162.

Sinking Creek

Bacteria and Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the James River and Tributaries Located in Botetourt and Craig Counties Virginia

Botetourt

I18R

E. coli

1.17E+9

counts/year

163.

Barbours Creek

Bacteria and Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the James River and Tributaries Located in Botetourt and Craig Counties Virginia

Craig

I22R

E. coli

2.36E+9

counts/year

164.

Lapsley Run

Bacteria and Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the James River and Tributaries Located in Botetourt and Craig Counties Virginia

Botetourt

I24R

E. coli

2.45E+8

counts/year

165.

Little Patterson Creek

Bacteria and Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the James River and Tributaries Located in Botetourt and Craig Counties Virginia

Botetourt

I22R

E. coli

5.38E+8

counts/year

166.

Upper Craig Creek

Bacteria and Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the James River and Tributaries Located in Botetourt and Craig Counties Virginia

Craig

I19R

E. coli

3.93E+9

counts/year

167.

Middle Craig Creek

Bacteria and Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the James River and Tributaries Located in Botetourt and Craig Counties Virginia

Craig

I22R

E. coli

1.54E+10

counts/year

168.

Lower Craig Creek

Bacteria and Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the James River and Tributaries Located in Botetourt and Craig Counties Virginia

Botetourt

I22R

E. coli

2.07E+10

counts/year

169.

Catawba Creek

Bacteria and Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the James River and Tributaries Located in Botetourt and Craig Counties Virginia

Botetourt

I25R

E. coli

3.00E+9

counts/year

170.

James River

Bacteria and Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the James River and Tributaries Located in Botetourt and Craig Counties Virginia

Botetourt

I18R

E. coli

4.19E+10

counts/year

171.

Catawba Creek

Bacteria and Sediment Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the James River and Tributaries Located in Botetourt and Craig Counties Virginia

Botetourt

I25R

Sediment

29.44

tons/year

172.

Bullpasture River

Bacteria TMDL Development for the Bullpasture River in Highland County, Virginia

Highland

I13R

E. coli

2.63E+12

counts/year

173.

Blue Run

Benthic TMDL Development for the North Fork Rivanna River Watershed and Tributaries Located in Albemarle, Greene, and Orange Counties

Albemarle, Greene, Orange

H27R

Sediment

20,750

lbs/year

174.

Marsh Run

Benthic TMDL Development for the North Fork Rivanna River Watershed and Tributaries Located in Albemarle, Greene, and Orange Counties

Albemarle, Greene, Orange

H27R

Sediment

5,210

lbs/year

175.

Preddy Creek

Benthic TMDL Development for the North Fork Rivanna River Watershed and Tributaries Located in Albemarle, Greene, and Orange Counties

Albemarle, Greene, Orange

H27R

Sediment

105,600

lbs/year

176.

Preddy Creek

North Branch

Benthic TMDL Development for the North Fork Rivanna River Watershed and Tributaries Located in Albemarle, Greene, and Orange Counties

Albemarle, Greene, Orange

H27R

Sediment

47,940

lbs/year

177.

Quarter Creek

Benthic TMDL Development for the North Fork Rivanna River Watershed and Tributaries Located in Albemarle, Greene, and Orange Counties

Albemarle, Greene, Orange

H27R

Sediment

11,020

lbs/year

178.

Standardsville Run

Benthic TMDL Development for the North Fork Rivanna River Watershed and Tributaries Located in Albemarle, Greene, and Orange Counties

Albemarle, Greene, Orange

H27R

Sediment

6,105

lbs/year

179.

Swift Run

Benthic TMDL Development for the North Fork Rivanna River Watershed and Tributaries Located in Albemarle, Greene, and Orange Counties

Albemarle, Greene, Orange

H27R

Sediment

89,130

lbs/year

180.

Unnamed tributary to Flat Branch

Benthic TMDL Development for the North Fork Rivanna River Watershed and Tributaries Located in Albemarle, Greene, and Orange Counties

Albemarle, Greene, Orange

H27R

Sediment

27,890

lbs/year

181.

Blue Run

Benthic TMDL Development for the North Fork Rivanna River Watershed and Tributaries Located in Albemarle, Greene, and Orange Counties

Albemarle, Greene, Orange

H27R

Total Phosphorus

21.8

lbs/year

182.

Standardsville Run

Benthic TMDL Development for the North Fork Rivanna River Watershed and Tributaries Located in Albemarle, Greene, and Orange Counties

Albemarle, Greene, Orange

H27R

Total Phosphorus

4.6

lbs/year

Notes:
1The total WLA can be increased prior to modification provided that the Department of Environmental Quality tracks these changes for bacteria TMDLs where the permit is consistent with water quality standards for bacteria.

2GS means growing season.

B. Stream segment classifications, effluent limitations including water quality based effluent limitations, and wasteload allocations.

TABLE B1 - UPPER JAMES RIVER BASIN RECOMMENDED SEGMENT CLASSIFICATION

Stream Name

Segment No.

Mile to Mile

Classification

Comments

Maury River

2-4

80.3-0.0

E.L.

Main & tributaries

James River

2-5

271.5-266.0

W.Q.

Main only

James River

2-6

266.0-115.0

E.L.

Main & tributaries except Tye & Rivanna River

Tye River

2-7

41.7-0.0

E.L.

Main & tributaries except Rutledge Creek

Rutledge Creek

2-8

3.0-0.0

W.Q.

Main only

Piney River

2-9

20.6-0.0

E.L.

Main & tributaries

Rivanna River

2-10

20.0-0.0

E.L.

Main & tributaries

Rivanna River

2-11

38.1-20.0

W.Q.

Main only

Rivanna River

2-12

76.7-38.1

E.L.

Main & tributaries

S.F. Rivanna River

2-13

12.2-0.0

E.L.

Main & tributaries

Mechums River

2-14

23.1-0.0

E.L.

Main & tributaries

N.F. Rivanna River

2-15

17.0-0.0

E.L.

Main & tributaries except Standardsville Run

Standardsville Run

2-16

1.2-0.0

W.Q.

Main only

Appomattox River

2-17

156.2-27.7

E.L.

Main & tributaries except Buffalo Creek, Courthouse Branch, and Deep Creek

Buffalo Creek

2-18

20.9-0.0

E.L.

Main & tributaries except unnamed tributary @ R.M. 9.3

Unnamed tributary of Buffalo Creek @ R.M. 9.3

2-19

1.3-0.0

W.Q.

Main only

Courthouse Branch

2-20

0.6-0.0

W.Q.

Main only

Deep Creek

2-21

29.5-0.0

E.L.

Main & tributaries except unnamed tributary @ R.M. 25.0

Unnamed tributary of Deep Creek @ R.M. 25.0

2-22

2.2-0.0

W.Q.

Main only

TABLE B2 - UPPER JAMES RIVER BASIN LOAD ALLOCATIONS BASED ON EXISTING DISCHARGE POINT7

Stream Name

Segment Number

Classification

Mile to Mile

Significant Discharges

Total Assimilative Capacity of Stream BOD5 lbs/day

Wasteload Allocation BOD5 lbs/day2

Reserve BOD5 lbs/day5

Cedar Creek

2-3

E.L.

1.9-0.0

Natural Bridge, Inc. STP

35.0

28.0

7.0 (20%)

Elk Creek

2-3

E.L.

2.8-0.0

Natural Bridge Camp for Boys STP

7.0

3.3

3.7 (53%)

Little Calfpasture River

2-4

E.L.

10.9-4.0

Craigsville

12.0

9.6

2.4 (20%)

Cabin River

2-4

E.L.

1.7-0.0

Millboro

Self -sustaining

None

None

Maury River

2-4

E.L.

19.6-12.2

Lexington STP

380.0

380.0

None

Maury River

2-4

E.L.

12.2-1.2

Georgia Bonded Fibers

760.0

102.03

238.0 (31%)

Buena Vista STP

420.0

Maury River

2-4

E.L.

1.2-0.0

Lees Carpets

790.0

425.03

290.0 (37%)

Glasgow STP

75.0

James River

2-5

W.Q.

271.5-266.0

Owens-Illinois

4,640.0

4,640.03

None

James River

2-6

E.L.

257.5-231.0

Lynchburg STP

10,100.0

8,000.0

2,060.0 (20%)

Babcock & Wilcox-NNFD

40.03

James River

2-6

E.L.

231.0-202.0

Virginia Fibre

3,500.0

3,500.0

None

Rutledge Creek

2-8

W.Q.

3.0-0.0

Amherst STP

46.0

37.0

9.0 (20%)

Town Creek

2-7

E.L.

2.1-0.0

Lovingston STP

26.0

21.0

5.0 (20%)

Ivy Creek

2-6

E.L.

0.1-0.0

Schuyler

13.8

11.0

2.8 (20%)

James River

2-6

E.L.

186.0-179.0

Uniroyal, Inc.

1,400.0

19.36

1,336.0 (95%)

Scottsville STP

45.0

North Creek

2-6

E.L.

3.1-0.0

Fork Union STP

31.0

25.0

6.0 (20%)

Howells Branch and Lickinghole Creek

2-14

E.L.

0.7-0.0

Morton Frozen Foods

20.0

20.03

None

Standardsville Run

2-16

W.Q.

1.2-0.0

Standardsville STP

17.9

14.3

3.6 (20%)

Rivanna River

2-11

W.Q.

23.5-20.0

Lake Monticello STP

480.0

380.0

100.0 (20%)

Rivanna River

2-10

E.L.

15.0-0.0

Palmyra

250.0

4.0

158.0 (63%)

Schwarzenbach Huber

88.03

Unnamed tributary of Whispering Creek

2-6

E.L.

1.2-0.0

Dillwyn STP

38.0

30.0

8.0 (21%)

South Fork Appomattox River

2-17

E.L.

5.5-0.0

Appomattox Lagoon

18.8

15.0

3.8 (20%)

Unnamed tributary of Buffalo Creek

2-19

W.Q.

1.3-0.0

Hampden-Sydney Coll. STP

10.0

8.0

2.0 (20%)

Appomattox River

2-17

E.L.

106.1-88.0

Farmville STP

280.0

220.0

60.0 (21%)

Unnamed tributary of Little Guinea Creek

2-17

E.L.

2.5-1.3

Cumberland H.S. Lagoon

0.6

0.5

0.1 (20%)

Unnamed tributary of Tear Wallet Creek

2-17

E.L.

0.68-0.0

Cumberland Courthouse

8.8

7.0

1.8 (20%)

Courthouse Branch

2-22

W.Q.

2.2-0.0

Amelia STP

21.0

17.0

4.0 (20%)

Unnamed tributary of Deep Creek

2-22

W.Q.

2.2-0.0

Crewe STP

50.311,12

50.111, 12

0.2 (0.4%)11,12,13

Notes:
1Recommended classification.

2Based on 2020 loads or stream assimilative capacity less 20%.

3Load allocation based on published NPDES permits.

4This assimilative capacity is based upon an ammonia loading no greater than 125.1 lbs/day.

5Percentages refer to reserve as percent of total assimilative capacity. Minimum reserve for future growth and modeling accuracy is 20% unless otherwise noted.

6No NPDES Permits published (BPT not established) allocation base on maximum value monitored.

7This table is for the existing discharge point. The recommended plan may involve relocation or elimination of stream discharge.

8Assimilative capacity will be determined upon completion of the ongoing study by Hydroscience, Inc.

9Discharges into Karnes Creek, a tributary to the Jackson River.

10Discharges into Wilson Creek, near its confluence with Jackson River.

11Five-day Carbonaceous Biological Oxygen Demand (cBOD5).

12Revision supersedes all subsequent Crewe STP stream capacity, allocation, and reserve references.

130.4% reserve: determined by SWCB Piedmont Regional Office.

Source: Wiley & Wilson, Inc.

TABLE B3 - UPPER JAMES RIVER BASIN ADDITIONAL LOAD ALLOCATIONS
BASED ON RECOMMENDED DISCHARGE POINT

Stream Name

Segment Number

Classification1

Significant Discharges

Total Assimilative Capacity of Stream BOD5 lbs/day

Wasteload2 Allocation BOD5 lbs/day

Reserve4 BOD5 lbs/day5

Mill Creek

2-4

E.L.

5.5-0.0

Millboro

30.0

7.3

22.7 (76%)

Calfpasture River

2-4

E.L.

4.9-0.0

Goshen

65.0

12.0

53.0 (82%)

Maury River

2-4

E.L.

1.2-0.0

Lees Carpet

790.0

425.03

235.0 (30%)

Glasgow Regional STP

130.0

Buffalo River

2-7

E.L.

9.6-0.0

Amherst STP

150.0

120.0

30.0 (20%)

Rockfish River

2-6

E.L.

9.5-0.0

Schuyler STP

110.0

25.0

85.0 (77%)

Standardsville Run

E.L.

Standardsville

Land Application Recommended

South Fork Appomattox River

E.L.

Appomattox Lagoon

Connect to Recommended Facility in Roanoke River Basin

Buffalo Creek

2-17

E.L.

9.3-7.7

Hampden-Sydney College

46.0

23.0

23.0 (50%)

Unnamed tributary of Tear Wallet Creek

E.L.

Cumberland Courthouse

Land Application Recommended

Courthouse Branch

E.L.

Amelia

Land Application Recommended

Deep Creek

2-17

E.L.

25.0-12.8

Crewe STP

69.0

55.0

14.0 (20%)

Notes:
1Recommended classification.

2Based on 2020 loads or stream assimilative capacity less 20%.

3Load allocation based on published NPDES permit.

4Percentages refer to reserve as percent of total assimilative capacity. Minimum reserve for future growth and modeling accuracy is 20% unless otherwise noted.

5Assimilative capacity will be determined upon completion of the ongoing study by Hydroscience, Inc.

Source: Wiley & Wilson, Inc.

TABLE B4 - SEGMENT CLASSIFICATION UPPER JAMES-JACKSON RIVER SUBAREA

Stream Name

Segment Number

Mile to Mile

Stream Classification

Comments

Back Creek

2-1

16.06-8.46

W.Q.

Main Only

Jackson River

2-1

95.70-24.90

E.L.

Main and Tributaries

Jackson River

2-2

24.90-0.00

W.Q.

Main Only

Jackson River

2-2

24.90-0.00

E.L.

Tributaries Only

James River

2-3

349.50-308.50

E.L.

Main and Tributaries

James River

2-3

308.50-279.41

E.L.

Main and Tributaries

TABLE B5 - UPPER JAMES-JACKSON RIVER SUBAREA WASTELOAD ALLOCATIONS BASED ON EXISTING DISCHARGE POINT1

MAP LOCATION

STREAM NAME

SEGMENT NUMBER

SEGMENT CLASSIFICATION STANDARDS

MILE to2 MILE

DISCHARGER

VPDES PERMIT NUMBER

VPDES PERMIT LIMITS BOD5 kg/day

303(e)3 WASTELOAD ALLOCATION BOD5 kg/day

1

Jackson River

2-1

E.L.

93.05-

Virginia Trout

VA0071722

N/A

Secondary

B

Warm Springs Run

2-1

E.L.

3.62-0.00

Warm Springs STP

VA0028233

9.10

Secondary

3

Back Creek

2-1

W.Q.

16.06-8.46

VEPCO

VA0053317

11.50

11.50

C

X-trib to Jackson River

2-1

E.L.

0.40-0.0

Bacova

VA0024091

9.10

Secondary

D

Hot Springs Run

2-1

E.L.

5.30-0.00

Hot Springs Reg. STP

VA0066303

51.10

Secondary

E

X-trib to Cascades Creek

2-1

E.L.

3.00-0.00

Ashwood-Healing Springs STP

VA0023726

11.30

Secondary

F

Jackson River

2-1

E.L.

50.36-

U.S. Forest Service Bolar Mountain

VA0032123

1.98

Secondary

G

Jackson River

2-1

E.L.

43.55

U.S. Army COE Morris Hill Complex

VA0032115

1.70

Secondary

H

Jackson River

2-1

E.L.

29.84-

Alleghany County Clearwater Park

VA0027955

5.70

Secondary

4

Jackson River

2-1

E.L.

25.99

Covington City Water Treatment Plant

VA0058491

N/A

Secondary

5

Jackson River

2-2

W.Q.

24.64-19.03

Westvaco

VA0003646

4,195.00

4,195.004

6

Covington City5 Asphalt Plant

VA0054411

N/A

N/A

7

Hercules, Inc6

VA0003450

94.00

94.00

J

Jackson River

2-2

W.Q.

19.03-10.5

Covington STP

VA0025542

341.00

341.00

K

Jackson River

10.5-0.0

Low Moor STP7

VA0027979

22.70

22.70

M

D.S. Lancaster CC8

VA0028509

3.60

3.60

L

Selma STP9

VA0028002

59.00

59.00

10

The Chessie System10

VA0003344

N/A

N/A

N

Clifton Forge STP11

VA0002984

227.00

227.00

11

Lydall12

VA0002984

6.00

6.00

P

Iron Gate STP13

VA0020541

60.00

60.00

8

Paint Bank Branch

2-2

E.L.

1.52

VDGIF Paint Bank Hatchery

VA0098432

N/A

Secondary

I

Jerrys Run

2-2

E.L.

6.72-

VDOT 1-64 Rest Area

VA0023159

0.54

Secondary

AA

East Branch (Sulfer Spring)

2-2

E.L.

2.16

Norman F. Nicholas

VA0078403

0.05

Secondary

BB

East Branch (Sulfer Spring)

2-2

E.L.

1.91-

Daryl C. Clark

VA0067890

0.068

Secondary

9

Smith Creek

2-2

E.L.

3.44-

Clifton Forge Water Treatment Plant

VA0006076

N/A

Secondary

O

Wilson Creek

2-2

E.L.

0.20-0.0

Cliftondale14 Park STP

VA0027987

24.00

Secondary

2

Pheasanty Run

2-3

E.L.

0.01-

Coursey Springs

VA0006491

434.90

Secondary

Q

Grannys Creek

2-3

E.L.

1.20-

Craig Spring Conference Grounds

VA0027952

3.40

Secondary

CC

X-trib to Big Creek

2-3

E.L.

1.10-

Homer Kelly Residence

VA0074926

0.05

Secondary

12

Mill Creek

2-3

E.L.

0.16-

Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.

VA0004839

N/A

Secondary

R

John Creek

2-3

E.L.

0.20-

New Castle STP (old)

VA0024139

21.00

Secondary

S

Craig Creek

2-3

E.L.

48.45-36.0

New Castle STP (new)

VA0064599

19.90

Secondary

T

Craig Creek

2-3

E.L.

46.98-

Craig County Schools McCleary E.S.

VA0027758

0.57

Secondary

DD

Eagle Rock Creek

2-3

E.L.

0.08-

Eagle Rock STP15 (Proposed)

VA0076350

2.30

Secondary

U

X-trib to Catawba Creek

2-3

E.L.

0.16

VDBHDS Catawba Hospital

VA0029475

13.60

Secondary

14

Catawba Creek

2-3

E.L.

23.84

Tarmac-Lonestar

VA0078393

0.80

Secondary

FF

Borden Creek

2-3

E.L.

2.00-

Shenandoah Baptist Church Camp

VA0075451

0.88

Secondary

EE

X-trib to Borden Creek

2-3

E.L.

0.36

David B. Pope

VA0076031

0.07

Secondary

V

X-trib to Catawba Creek

2-3

E.L.

3.21-

U.S. FHA Flatwood Acres

VA0068233

0.03

Secondary

W

Catawba Creek

2-3

E.L.

11.54-

Fincastle STP

VA0060364

8.50

Secondary

X

Looney Mill Creek

2-3

E.L.

1.83-

VDOT I-81 Rest Area

VA0023141

0.91

Secondary

Y

X-trib to Stoney

2-3

E.L.

0.57

VDOC Field Unit No. 25 Battle Creek

VA0023523

1.10

Secondary

Z

James River

2-3

E.L.

308.5-286.0

Buchanan STP

VA0022225

27.00

Secondary

Notes:

N/A Currently No BOD5 limits or wasteload have been imposed by the VPDES permit. Should BOD5 limits (wasteload) be imposed a WQMP amendment would be required for water quality limited segments only.

1Secondary treatment levels are required in effluent limiting (E.L.) segments. In water quality limiting (W.Q.) segments quantities listed represent wasteload allocations.

2Ending river miles have not been determined for some effluent limited segments.

3These allocations represent current and original (1977 WQMP) modeling. Future revisions may be necessary based on Virginia State Water Control Board modeling.

4The total assimilative capacity at critical stream flow for this portion of Segment 2-2 has been modeled and verified by Hydroscience, Inc. (March 1977) to be 4,914 kg/day BOD5.

5The discharge is to an unnamed tributary to the Jackson River at Jackson River mile 22.93.

6The discharge is at Jackson River mile 19.22.

7The discharge is to the mouth of Karnes Creek, a tributary to the Jackson River at Jackson River mile 5.44.

8The discharge is at Jackson River mile 6.67.

9The discharge is at Jackson River mile 5.14.

10The discharge is at Jackson River mile 4.72.

11The discharge is at Jackson River mile 3.46.

12The discharge is at Jackson River mile 1.17.

13The discharge is at Jackson River mile 0.76.

14The discharge is to the mouth of Wilson Creek, a tributary to the Jackson River at Jackson River mile 2.44.

15The discharge is to the mouth of Eagle Rock Creek, a tributary to the Jackson River at Jackson River mile 330.35.

TABLE B6 - RICHMOND CRATER INTERIM WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN STREAM CLASSIFICATIONS - JAMES RIVER BASIN

SEGMENT

SEGMENT NUMBER

MILE TO MILE

CLASSIFICATION

USGS HUC02080206 James River

2-19

115.0-60.5

W.Q.

USGS HUC02080207 Appomattox

2-23

30.1-0.0

W.Q.

Notes:
A new stream segment classification for the Upper James River Basin was adopted in 1981. The SWCB will renumber or realign these segments in the future to reflect these changes. This Plan covers only a portion of these segments.

TABLE B7 - RICHMOND CRATER INTERIM WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT PLAN – CURRENT PERMITTED WASTELOADS (March 1988)

SUMMER (June-October)

WINTER (November-May)

FLOW (mgd)

BOD5

NH3-N1

DO2 (mg/l)

FLOW (mgd)

BOD5

NH3-N1

DO2 (mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

City of Richmond STP3

45.00

3002

8.0

-

-

-

45.00

5367

14.3

(lbs/d)

-

-

E.I. DuPont-Spruance

8.68

936

-

-

-

-

8.68

936

-

-

-

-

Falling Creek STP

9.00

1202

16.0

-

-

5.9

9.00

2253

30.0

-

-

5.9

Proctor's Creek STP

6.40

1601

30.0

-

-

5.9

11.80

2952

30.0

-

-

5.9

Reynolds Metals Company

0.39

138

-

7

-

-

0.39

138

-

-

-

-

Henrico STP

30.00

3005

12.0

-

-

5.9

30.00

7260

29.0

7

-

5.9

American Tobacco Company

1.94

715

-

-

-

-

1.94

716

-

-

-

-

ICI Americas, Inc.

0.20

152

-

-

-

-

0.20

152

-

-

-

-

Phillip Morris-Park 500

1.50

559

-

-

-

-

1.50

557

-

-

-

-

Allied (Chesterfield)

51.00

1207

-

-

-

-

51.00

1207

-

-

-

Allied (Hopewell)

150.00

2500

-

-

-

-

150.00

2500

-

-

-

-

Hopewell Regional WTF

34.08

12507

44.0

-

-

4.8

34.08

12507

44.0

-

-

4.8

Petersburg STP

15.00

2804

22.4

-

-

5.0

15.00

2804

22.4

-

-

5.0

TOTAL

353.19

30328

358.59

39349

-

Notes:
1NH3-N values represent ammonia as nitrogen.

2Dissolved oxygen limits represent average minimum allowable levels.

3Richmond STP's BOD5 is permitted as CBOD5

TABLE B7 - WASTELOAD ALLOCATIONS FOR THE YEAR 1990

SUMMER (June-October)

WINTER (November-May)

FLOW (mgd)

CBOD5

NH3-N1,3

DO2 (mg/l)

CBOD5

NH3-N1

DO2 (mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

City of Richmond STP

45.00

3002

8.0

2403

6.4

5.6

5367

14.3

5707

15.2

5.6

E.I. DuPont-Spruance

11.05

948

590

4.4

948

756

2.9

Falling Creek STP

10.10

1348

16.0

539

6.4

5.9

2023

24.0

1281

15.2

5.9

Proctor's Creek STP

12.00

1602

16.0

961

9.6

5.9

2403

24.0

1402

14.0

5.9

Reynolds Metals Co.

0.49

172

8

6.5

172

8

6.5

Henrico STP

30.00

3002

12.0

2403

9.6

5.6

4756

19.0

3504

44.0

5.6

American Tobacco Co.

2.70

715

113

5.8

715

113

5.8

ICI Americas, Inc.

0.20

167

8

5.8

167

8

3.1

Phillip Morris-Park 500

2.20

819

92

4.6

819

92

4.6

Allied (Chesterfield)

53.00

1255

442

5.7

1255

442

5.7

Allied (Hopewell)

165.00

2750

10326

6.1

2750

10326

6.1

Hopewell Regional WTF

34.07

12502

44.0

12091

36.2

4.8

12502

44.0

10291

36.2

4.8

Petersburg STP

15.00

2802

22.4

801

6.4

5.0

2802

22.4

2028

16.2

5.0

TOTAL

380.81

31084

28978

36679

35958

Notes:
1NH3-N values represent ammonia as nitrogen.

2Dissolved oxygen limits represent average minimum allowable levels.

3Allied (Hopewell) allocation may be redistributed to the Hopewell Regional WTF by VPDES permit.

TABLE B7 - WASTELOAD ALLOCATION FOR THE YEAR 2000

SUMMER (June-October)

WINTER (November-May)

FLOW (mgd)

CBOD5

NH3-N1,3

DO2 (mg/l)

CBOD5

NH3-N1

DO2 (mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

City of Richmond STP

45.08

3002

8.0

2403

6.4

5.6

5367

14.3

5707

15.2

5.6

E.I. DuPont-Spruance

196.99

948

590

4.4

948

756

2.9

Falling Creek STP

10.10

1348

16.0

539

6.4

5.9

2023

24.0

1281

15.2

5.9

Proctor's Creek STP

16.80

1602

11.4

961

6.9

5.9

2403

17.1

1402

10.0

5.9

Reynolds Metals Co.

0.78

172

13

6.5

172

13

6.5

Henrico STP

32.80

3002

11.0

2403

8.8

5.6

4756

17.4

3504

12.8

5.6

American Tobacco Co.

3.00

715

113

5.8

715

113

5.8

ICI Americas, Inc.

0.20

167

8

5.8

167

8

3.1

Phillip Morris-Park 500

2.90

819

92

4.6

819

92

4.6

Allied (Chesterfield)

56.00

1255

442

5.7

1255

442

5.7

Allied (Hopewell)

170.00

2750

10326

6.1

2750

10326

6.1

Hopewell Regional WTF

36.78

12502

40.7

12091

33.5

4.8

12502

40.7

10291

33.5

4.8

Petersburg STP

15.00

2802

22.4

801

6.4

5.0

2802

22.4

2028

16.2

5.0

TOTAL

406.43

31084

28982

36679

35963

Notes:
1NH3-N values represent ammonia as nitrogen.

2Dissolved oxygen limits represent average minimum allowable levels.

3Allied (Hopewell) allocation may be redistributed to the Hopewell Regional WTF by VPDES permit.

TABLE B7 - WASTELOAD ALLOCATIONS FOR THE YEAR 2010

SUMMER (June-October)

WINTER (November-May)

FLOW (mgd)

CBOD5

NH3-N1,3

DO2 (mg/l)

CBOD5

NH3-N1

DO2 (mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

(lbs/d)

(mg/l)

City of Richmond STP

45.86

3002

7.8

2403

6.3

5.6

5367

14.0

5707

14.9

5.6

E.I. DuPont-Spruance

16.99

948

590

4.4

948

756

2.9

Falling Creek STP

10.10

1348

16.0

539

6.4

5.9

2023

24.0

1281

15.2

5.9

Proctor's Creek STP

24.00

1602

8.0

961

4.8

5.9

2403

12.0

1402

7.0

5.9

Reynolds Metals Co.

0.78

172

13

6.5

172

13

6.5

Henrico STP

38.07

3002

9.5

2403

7.6

5.6

4756

15.0

3504

11.0

5.6

American Tobacco Co.

3.00

715

113

5.8

715

113

5.8

ICI Americas, Inc.

0.20

167

8

5.8

167

8

3.1

Phillip Morris-Park 500

2.90

819

92

4.6

819

92

4.6

Allied (Chesterfield)

56.00

1255

442

5.7

1255

442

5.7

Allied (Hopewell)

180.00

2750

10326

6.1

2750

10326

6.1

Hopewell Regional WTF

39.61

12502

37.8

10291

31.1

4.8

12502

37.8

10291

31.1

4.8

Petersburg STP

15.00

2802

22.4

801

6.4

5.0

2802

22.4

2028

16.2

5.0

TOTAL

432.1

31084

28982

36679

35963

Notes:
1NH3-N values represent ammonia as nitrogen.

2Dissolved oxygen limits represent average minimum allowable levels.

3Allied (Hopewell) allocation may be redistributed to the Hopewell Regional WTF by VPDES permit.

C. Nitrogen and phosphorus wasteload allocations to restore the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal rivers.

The following table presents nitrogen and phosphorus wasteload allocations for the identified significant dischargers and the total nitrogen and total phosphorus wasteload allocations for the listed facilities.

Virginia Waterbody ID

Discharger Name

VPDES Permit No.

Total Nitrogen (TN) Wasteload Allocation (lbs/yr)

Total Phosphorus (TP) Wasteload Allocation (lbs/yr)

I37R

Buena Vista STP

VA0020991

41,115

3,426 2,778

I09R

Covington STP

VA0025542

54,820

4,568 3,705

H02R

Georgia Pacific

VA0003026

122,489

49,658 40,273

I37R

Lees Carpets Mohawk Industries, Inc.

VA0004677

30,456

12,182 9,880

I35R

Lexington-Rockbridge WQCF

VA0088161

54,820

4,568 3,705

I09R

Low Moor STP

VA0027979

9,137

761 617

I09R

Lower Jackson River STP

VA0090671

63,957 47,516

5,330 3,211

I09R

Nutrient Offset Fund

Formerly VA0090671

16,441

1,112

I04R

MeadWestvaco WestRock Virginia LLC - Covington

VA0003646

394,400

159,892 96,711

H12R

Amherst STP

VA0031321

10,964

914 741

H05R

BWX Technologies Inc.

VA0003697

187,000

1,523 1,235

H05R

Greif Inc.

VA0006408

73,246

29,694 24,082

H31R

Lake Monticello STP WWTP

VA0024945

18,182 14,164

1,515 957

H31R

Nutrient Offset Fund

Formerly VA0024945

4,018

272

H05R

Lynchburg STP1

VA0024970

536,019 [ 5 ]

33,501 27,169 [ 4 ]

H28R

Moores Creek Regional STP Advanced WRRF [ 6 8 ]

VA0025518

274,100 282,994 [ 3 ]

22,842 19,637 [ 4 ]

H38R

Powhatan CC STP

VA0020699

8,588

716 581

J11R

Crewe WWTP

VA0020303

9,137

761 617

J01R

Farmville WWTP

VA0083135

43,856

3,655 2,964

G02E

The Sustainability Park, LLC Nutrient Offset Fund

Formerly VA0002780

25,583

1,919 768

G01E

E I du Pont - Spruance

VA0004669

201,080

7,816 6,339

G01E

Falling Creek WWTP

VA0024996

153,801 182,738 [ 3 ]

15,380 6,153 [ 4 ]

G01E

Henrico County WWTP

VA0063690

1,142,085 [ 3 ]

114,209 45,689 [ 4 ]

G03E

Honeywell – Hopewell AdvanSix Resins and Chemicals LLC

VA0005291

1,090,798

51,592 40,541

G03R

Hopewell WWTP

VA0066630

1,827,336 [ 7 ]

76,139 30,459 [ 8 ]

G15E

HRSD – Boat Harbor STP

VA0081256

740,000

304,5933

473,524 [ 3 ]

[ 304,593 3 ]

76,139

38,0743

30,4594

22,8445

43,175 [ 4 ]

[ 38,074 3

30,459 4

22,844 5 ]

G11E

HRSD – James River STP

VA0081272

1,250,000

243,6743

378,819 [ 3 ]

[ 243,674 3 ]

60,911

30,4593

24,3674

18,2765

34,540 [ 4 ]

[ 30,459 3

24,367 4

18,276 5 ]

G10E

HRSD – Williamsburg STP

VA0081302

800,000

274,1333

426,171 [ 3 ]

[ 274,133 3 ]

68,525

34,2673

27,4134

20,5605

38,858 [ 4 ]

[ 34,267 3

27,413 4

20,560 5 ]

G02E

Philip Morris – Park 500

VA0026557

139,724

2,650 1,060

G01E

Proctors Creek WWTP

VA0060194

411,151 [ 3 ]

41,115 16,448 [ 4 ]

G01E

Richmond WWTP1

VA0063177

1,096,402 [ 5 ]

68,525 27,413 [ 4 ]

G02E

Dominion-Chesterfield2

VA0004146

272,036 243,099

210 170

J15R

South Central WW Authority

VA0025437

350,239 [ 3 ]

35,024 14,011 [ 4 ]

G07R

Chickahominy WWTP

VA0088480

6,167

123

G05R

Tyson Foods – Glen Allen

VA0004031

19,552

[ 409 424 ]

G11E

HRSD – Nansemond STP

VA0081299

750,000

365,5113

568,228 [ 3 ]

[ 365,511 3 ]

91,367

45,6893

36,5514

27,4135

27,4135

51,811 [ 4 ]

[ 45,689 3

36,551 4

27,413 5 ]

G15E

HRSD – Army Base STP

VA0081230

610,000

219,3073

340,937 [ 3 ]

[ 219,307 3 ]

54,820

27,4133

21,9314

16,4485

31,086 [ 4 ]

[ 27,413 3

21,931 4

16,448 5 ]

G15E

HRSD – VIP WWTP

VA0081281

750,000

487,3483

757,638 [ 3 ]

[ 487,348 3 ]

121,822

60,9193

48,7354

36,5515

69,081 [ 4 ]

[ 60,919 3

48,735 4

36,551 5 ]

G15E

HRSD – JH Miles [ MS49 ]

VA0003263 [ VA0003263 ]

153,500

17,437

C07E

HRSD – Ches.-Elizabeth STP [ 10 ]

VA0081264

1,100,000

454,5966, 7

[ 1,100,000 ]

454,583 [ 6, 7 ]

41,4507

41,448 [ 7 ]

G01E

Tranlin/Vastly Nutrient Offset Fund

Formerly Tranlin/Vastly

80,000

0

TOTALS

14,901,739

14,256,3356

11,250,9013

[ 12,256,851 12,949,784 ]

1,283,088

1,046,3253

998,9604

951,5965

[ 753,932 756, 978 ]

Notes:
1Wasteload allocations for localities served by combined sewers are based on dry weather design flow capacity. During wet weather flow events the discharge shall achieve a TN concentration of 8.0 mg/l and a TP concentration of 1.0 mg/l.

2Wasteload allocations are "net" loads, based on the portion of the nutrient discharge introduced by the facility's process waste streams, and not originating in raw water intake. Dominion-Chesterfield wasteload allocations shall be transferred to the Nutrient Offset Fund on January 1, following the retirement of the last coal fired generating unit. 82,240 lbs/yr of TN WLA shall be held in reserve and may be made available by the department for an expansion of the Proctor's Creek WWTP provided that the expanded facility provides treatment to achieve an annual average TN concentration of 3.0 mg/l or less and the Falling Creek WWTP is designed to meet its individual TN WLA.

3Effective January 1, 2026. [ Effective January 1, 2026, the total nitrogen wasteload allocation for any given calendar year is the lesser of (i) the values listed in this table and (ii) the floating wasteload allocation calculated as follows:

TN WLA (lbs/yr) = Annual average treated flow (MGD) x 4.0 mg/l x 8.345 x 365

Annual average treated flow is the sum of 12 monthly average treated flows divided by 12. Floating wasteload allocations shall be calculated to the nearest pound without regard to mathematical rules of precision. Effective January 1, 2026 ]

4Effective January 1, 2030. [ Effective January 1, 2026, the total phosphorus wasteload allocation for any given calendar year is the lesser of (i) the values listed in this table and (ii) the floating wasteload allocation calculated as follows:

TP WLA (lbs/yr) = Annual average treated flow (MGD) x 0.30 mg/l x 8.345 x 365

Annual average treated flow is the sum of 12 monthly average treated flows divided by 12. Floating wasteload allocations shall be calculated to the nearest pound without regard to mathematical rules of precision. Effective January 1, 2030 ]

5Effective January 1, 2032. [ Effective January 1, 2026, the total nitrogen wasteload allocation for any given calendar year is the lesser of (i) the values listed in this table and (ii) the floating wasteload allocation calculated as follows:

TN WLA (lbs/yr) = Annual average treated flow (MGD) x 8.0 mg/l x 8.345 x 365

Annual average treated flow is the sum of 12 monthly average treated flows divided by 12. Floating wasteload allocations shall be calculated to the nearest pound without regard to mathematical rules of precision. Effective January 1, 2032 ]

6Effective January 1, 2022. [ The Moores Creek Advanced WRRF WLA includes 8,894 lbs/yr of total nitrogen and 1,112 lbs/yr of total phosphorus from the consolidation of the Camelot WWTP (VA0025488). Effective January 1, 2022 ]

7Effective January 1, 2026, the HRSD – Chesapeake-Elizabeth STP wasteload allocations for total nitrogen and total phosphorus are transferred to the Nutrient Offset Fund. [ Effective January 1, 2026, the total nitrogen wasteload allocation for any given calendar year is the lesser of (i) the value listed in this table and (ii) the floating wasteload allocation calculated as follows:

TN WLA (lbs/yr) = Annual average treated flow (MGD) x 12.0 mg/l x 8.345 x 365

Annual average treated flow is the sum of 12 monthly average treated flows divided by 12. Floating wasteload allocations shall be calculated to the nearest pound without regard to mathematical rules of precision. Effective January 1, 2026, the HRSD – Chesapeake-Elizabeth STP wasteload allocations for total nitrogen and total phosphorus are transferred to the Nutrient Offset Fund. ]

[ 8Effective January 1, 2026, the total phosphorus wasteload allocation for any given calendar year is the lesser of (i) the value listed in this table and (ii) the floating wasteload allocation calculated as follows:

TP WLA (lbs/yr) = Annual average treated flow (MGD) x 0.50 mg/l x 8.345 x 365

Annual average treated flow is the sum of 12 monthly average treated flows divided by 12. Floating wasteload allocations shall be calculated to the nearest pound without regard to mathematical rules of precision.

9The former J. H. Miles wasteload allocations acquired by HRSD in accordance with an agreement dated December 21, 2015 may be used to fulfill HRSD commitments to provide nutrient credits to municipal separate storm sewer systems only.

10Effective January 1, 2023, the total nitrogen and total phosphorus wasteload allocations for the HRSD Chesapeake-Elizabeth STP transfer to the Nutrient Offset Fund. ]

[ 8The Moores Creek Advanced WRRF WLA includes 8,894 lbs/yr of total nitrogen and 1,112 lbs/yr of Total Phosphorus from the consolidation of the Camelot WWTP (VA0025488). ]

9VAC25-720-70 Rappahannock River Basin

A. Total maximum daily loads (TMDLs).

TMDL #

Stream Name

TMDL Title

City/County

WBID

Pollutant

WLA1

Units

1.

Broad Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Broad and Jackson Creeks

Middlesex

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

2.

Central Branch Carter Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Rappahannock River: Carter Creek

Lancaster

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

3.

Eastern Branch Carter Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Rappahannock River: Carter Creek

Lancaster

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

4.

Western Branch Carter Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Rappahannock River: Carter Creek

Lancaster

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

5.

Carter Run

Bacteria TMDL for Carter Run

Fauquier

E02

E. coli

1.12E+12

cfu/year

6.

Bells Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination - Corrotoman River

Lancaster

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

7.

Eastern Branch Corrotoman River

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination - Corrotoman River

Lancaster

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

8.

Ewells Prong

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination - Corrotoman River

Lancaster

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

9.

Hills Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination - Corrotoman River

Lancaster

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

10.

Millenbeck Prong

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination - Corrotoman River

Lancaster

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

11.

Myer Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination - Corrotoman River

Lancaster

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

12.

Senior Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination - Corrotoman River

Lancaster

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

13.

Taylor Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination - Corrotoman River

Lancaster

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

14.

Western Branch Corrotoman River

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination - Corrotoman River

Lancaster

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

15.

Deep Run

Bacteria TMDL for Deep Run

Fauquier

E10

E. coli

0

cfu/year

16.

Farnham Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Farnham Creek

Richmond

E25

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

17.

Great Run

Bacteria TMDL for Great Run

Fauquier

E02

E. coli

4.35E+12

cfu/year

18.

Greenvale Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Rappahannock River: Towles Point to Deep Creek

Lancaster

E25

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

19.

Rappahannock River, Beach Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Rappahannock River: Towles Point to Deep Creek

Lancaster

E25, E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

20.

Hoskins Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Hoskins Creek Watershed

Essex

E23

Enterococci

7.56E+09

cfu/day

21.

Lagrange Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Lagrange and Robinson Creeks

Middlesex

E25

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

22.

Robinson Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Lagrange and Robinson Creeks

Middlesex

E25

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

23.

Deep Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Lancaster, Deep, and Mulberry Creeks

Lancaster

E25

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

24.

Lancaster Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Lancaster, Deep, and Mulberry Creeks

Lancaster, Richmond

E25

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

25.

Mulberry Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Lancaster, Deep, and Mulberry Creeks

Lancaster

E25

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

26.

Locklies Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Locklies and Mill Creeks

Middlesex

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

27.

Mill Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Locklies and Mill Creeks

Middlesex

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

28.

Mountain Run

Fecal Coliform TMDL Mountain Run Watershed

Culpeper

E09

Fecal coliform

1.36E+13

cfu/year

29.

Mine Run

Bacteria TMDLs for Mountain Run and Mine Run

Orange

E17

E. coli

1.25E+11

cfu/year

30.

Mountain Run

Bacteria TMDLs for Mountain Run and Mine Run

Orange

E17

E. coli

2.26E+11

cfu/year

31.

Muddy Run, lower

Bacteria TMDL for Muddy Run

Culpeper

E07

E. coli

2.09E+10

cfu/year

32.

Muddy Run, upper

Bacteria TMDL for Muddy Run

Culpeper

E07

E. coli

0

cfu/year

33.

Farmers Hall Creek

Bacteria TMDLs for Occupacia Creek and Farmers Hall Creek

Essex

E22

E. coli

7.58E+08

cfu/day

34.

Occupacia Creek

Bacteria TMDLs for Occupacia Creek and Farmers Hall Creek

Essex

E22

E. coli

6.27E+09

cfu/day

35.

Mosquito Creek

Oyster and Mosquito Creeks Total Maximum Daily Load Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination

Lancaster

E26, C01

Fecal coliform

9.32E+08

MPN/day

36.

Oyster Creek

Oyster and Mosquito Creeks Total Maximum Daily Load Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Contamination

Lancaster

E26, C01

Fecal coliform

1.36E+09

MPN/day

37.

Unnamed tributary to the Rapidan River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rapidan River Basin

Orange

E13

E. coli

6.99E+09

cfu/year

38.

Marsh Run

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rapidan River Basin

Orange

E13

E. coli

6.72E+10

cfu/year

39.

Blue Run

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rapidan River Basin

Orange

E13

E. coli

8.75E+10

cfu/year

40.

Cedar Run

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rapidan River Basin

Culpeper

E16

E. coli

1.82E+12

cfu/year

41.

Rapidan River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rapidan River Basin

Orange, Culpeper, Greene, Madison

E11, E12, E13, E14, E15, E16, E17, E18

E. coli

1.98E+13

cfu/year

42.

Rapidan River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rapidan River Basin

Madison, Greene, Orange

E11, E12, E13

E. coli

3.26E+13

cfu/year

43.

Parrotts Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Rappahannock River: Mud and Parrotts Creeks

Middlesex

E25

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

44.

Weeks (Mud) Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Rappahannock River: Mud and Parrotts Creeks

Middlesex

E25

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

45.

Robinson River, upper

Bacteria TMDL for Robinson River

Madison

E14

E. coli

5.07E+09

cfu/year

46.

Robinson River, lower

Bacteria TMDL for Robinson River

Madison

E14, E15

E. coli

5.03E+10

cfu/year

47.

Little Dark Run

Bacteria TMDL for Robinson River

Madison

E15

E. coli

1.39E+11

cfu/year

48.

Rappahannock River, Bush Park Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Bush Park and Sturgeon Creeks

Middlesex

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

49.

Rappahannock River, Sturgeon Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Bush Park and Sturgeon Creeks

Middlesex

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

50.

Thumb Run

Fecal Coliform TMDL Development for Thumb Run

Fauquier

E01

Fecal coliform

0

cfu/year

51.

Rappahannock River, tidal fresh

Bacteria TMDL for the Tidal Freshwater Rappahannock River Watershed

Caroline, King George, Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania, Stafford

E19, E20, E21

E. coli

1.14E+14

cfu/year

52.

Totuskey Creek

Totuskey and Richardson Creeks Total Maximum Daily Load Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Pollution

Richmond

E24

Enterococci

6.40E+08

cfu/day

53.

Totuskey Creek, Richardson Creek, Rappahannock River

Totuskey and Richardson Creeks Total Maximum Daily Load Report for Shellfish Condemnation Areas Listed Due to Bacteria Pollution

Richmond

E24

Fecal coliform

2.29E+09

MPN/day

54.

Hughes River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rappahannock River Basin

Madison

E03

E. coli

8.44E+09

cfu/year

55.

Craig Run

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rappahannock River Basin

Fauquier

E08

E. coli

2.72E+10

cfu/year

56.

Browns Run

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rappahannock River Basin

Fauquier

E08

E. coli

3.38E+10

cfu/year

57.

Rappahannock River (1) - VAN-E01R-03

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rappahannock River Basin

Rappahannock

E01

E. coli

1.79E+11

cfu/year

58.

Rush River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rappahannock River Basin

Rappahannock

E05

E. coli

5.22E+11

cfu/year

59.

Hazel River (2) - 60076

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rappahannock River Basin

Madison, Culpeper, Rappahannock

E03, E04, E05, E06, E07

E. coli

7.48E+11

cfu/year

60.

Marsh Run

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rappahannock River Basin

Fauquier

E08

E. coli

8.76E+11

cfu/year

61.

Hazel River (1) - VAN-E04R-01

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rappahannock River Basin

Madison, Culpeper, Rappahannock

E03, E04

E. coli

3.92E+12

cfu/year

62.

Rappahannock River (2) - VAN-E08R-04

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rappahannock River Basin

Madison, Culpeper, Rappahannock, Fauquier

E01, E02, E03, E04, E05, E06, E07, E08

E. coli

1.85E+13

cfu/year

63.

Rappahannock River (3) - 60081

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Rappahannock River Basin

Madison, Culpeper, Rappahannock, Fauquier

E01, E02, E03, E04, E05, E06, E07, E08

E. coli

2.18E+13

cfu/year

64.

Rappahannock River, Mark Haven Beach

Shellfish Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Upper Rappahannock Tidal River, Unsegmented Estuaries in E23, Little Carter Creek, Jugs Creek, Piscataway Creek, Mark Haven Beach and Garrett's Marina

Essex

E25

Fecal coliform

6.72E+08

counts/day

65.

Rappahannock River, Garrett's Marina

Shellfish Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Upper Rappahannock Tidal River, Unsegmented Estuaries in E23, Little Carter Creek, Jugs Creek, Piscataway Creek, Mark Haven Beach and Garrett's Marina

Essex

E24

Fecal coliform

1.94E+09

counts/day

66.

Upper Rappahannock River

Shellfish Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Upper Rappahannock Tidal River, Unsegmented Estuaries in E23, Little Carter Creek, Jugs Creek, Piscataway Creek, Mark Haven Beach and Garrett's Marina

Westmoreland, Essex, Richmond

E22, E23, E24

Fecal coliform

7.08E+10

counts/day

67.

Little Carter Creek, Jugs Creek

Shellfish Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Upper Rappahannock Tidal River, Unsegmented Estuaries in E23, Little Carter Creek, Jugs Creek, Piscataway Creek, Mark Haven Beach and Garrett's Marina

Richmond

E23

Fecal coliform

1.01E+10

counts/day

68.

Piscataway Creek

Shellfish Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Upper Rappahannock Tidal River, Unsegmented Estuaries in E23, Little Carter Creek, Jugs Creek, Piscataway Creek, Mark Haven Beach and Garrett's Marina

Essex

E23

Fecal coliform

4.92E+10

counts/day

69.

Urbanna Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Urbanna Creek

Middlesex

E25

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

70.

Meachim Creek (179A)

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Whiting and Meachim Creeks

Middlesex

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

71.

Meachim Creek (179B)

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Whiting and Meachim Creeks

Middlesex

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

72.

Rappahannock River: Whiting Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Whiting and Meachim Creeks

Middlesex

E26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

73.

Mill Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Rappahannock River and Tributaries Located in Caroline, Essex, King George, Richmond, and Westmoreland Counties Virginia

Caroline

E21R

E. coli

1.19E+12

cfu/year

74.

Jetts Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Rappahannock River and Tributaries Located in Caroline, Essex, King George, Richmond, and Westmoreland Counties Virginia

King George

E21R

E. coli

6.41E+10

cfu/year

75.

Portobago Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Rappahannock River and Tributaries Located in Caroline, Essex, King George, Richmond, and Westmoreland Counties Virginia

Caroline

E21R

E. coli

1.06E+11

cfu/year

76.

Stillwater Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Rappahannock River and Tributaries Located in Caroline, Essex, King George, Richmond, and Westmoreland Counties Virginia

Essex

E22R

E. coli

3.50E+10

cfu/year

77.

Baylors Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Rappahannock River and Tributaries Located in Caroline, Essex, King George, Richmond, and Westmoreland Counties Virginia

Essex

E22R

E. coli

4.72E+10

cfu/year

78.

Elmwood Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Rappahannock River and Tributaries Located in Caroline, Essex, King George, Richmond, and Westmoreland Counties Virginia

Essex

E22R

E. coli

5.14E+10

cfu/year

79.

Peedee Creek, non-tidal

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Rappahannock River and Tributaries Located in Caroline, Essex, King George, Richmond, and Westmoreland Counties Virginia

Westmoreland

E22R

E. coli

2.62E+10

cfu/year

80.

Unnamed tributary of Peedee Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Rappahannock River and Tributaries Located in Caroline, Essex, King George, Richmond, and Westmoreland Counties Virginia

Westmoreland

E22R

E. coli

1.30E+9

cfu/year

81.

Peedee Creek, tidal

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Rappahannock River and Tributaries Located in Caroline, Essex, King George, Richmond, and Westmoreland Counties Virginia

Westmoreland

E22E

Enterococci

2.07E+10

cfu/day

82.

Rappahannock River, tidal

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Rappahannock River and Tributaries Located in Caroline, Essex, King George, Richmond, and Westmoreland Counties Virginia

Richmond County, Essex

E22E

Enterococci

3.11E+12

cfu/day

Notes:
1The total WLA can be increased prior to modification provided that the Department of Environmental Quality tracks these changes for bacteria TMDLs where the permit is consistent with water quality standards for bacteria.

2There were no point source dischargers in the modeled TMDL area.

B. Stream segment classifications, effluent limitations including water quality based effluent limitations, and wasteload allocations.

9VAC25-720-70 Rappahannock Area Development Commission (RADCO) 208 Area Wide Waste Treatment Management Plan and Potomac-Shenandoah River Basin 303(e) Water Quality Management Plan is included in The Potomac River Basin section.

C. Nitrogen and phosphorus wasteload allocations to restore the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal rivers.

The following table presents nitrogen and phosphorus wasteload allocations for the identified significant dischargers and the total nitrogen and total phosphorus wasteload allocations for the listed facilities.

Virginia Waterbody ID

Discharger Name

VPDES Permit No.

Total Nitrogen (TN) Wasteload Allocation (lbs/yr)

Total Phosphorus (TP) Wasteload Allocation (lbs/yr)

E09R

Culpeper WWTP

VA0061590

73,093 [ 1 ]

5,483 [ 2 ]

E02R

Marshall WWTP

VA0031763

7,797

585

E13R

Orange STP

VA0021385

36,547

2,741

E11R

Rapidan STP WWTP

VA0090948

7,309

548

E02R

Fauquier County Water & Sewer Authority- Remington WWTP

VA0076805

24,364

1,827

E02R

Clevengers Village WWTP

VA0080527

10,964

822

E02R

Warrenton Town STP

VA0021172

30,456

2,284

E18R

Wilderness WWTP

VA0083411

15,228

1,142

E20E

FMC WWTF

VA0068110

48,737 [ 1 ]

3,655 [ 2 ]

E20E

Fredericksburg WWTF

VA0025127

54,820 [ 1 ]

4,112 [ 2 ]

E21E

Haymount WWTF

VA0089125

7,066

530

E24E

Haynesville CC WWTP

VA0023469

2,802

210

E21E

KGCSA - Hopyard Farms STP Farm [ WWTP WWTF ]

VA0089338

6,091

457

E20E

Little Falls Run WWTF

VA0076392

97,458 [ 1 ]

7,309 [ 2 ]

E20E

Massaponax WWTF

VA0025658

114,505 [ 1 ]

[ 8,405 2 8,588 ]

E23R

Montross Westmoreland WWTP

VA0072729

1,584

119

E21E

KGCSA - Oakland Park STP

VA0086789

1,706

128

E23E

Tappahannock WWTP

VA0071471

9,746

731

E26E

HRSD - Urbanna WWTP STP

VA0026263

1,218

91

E21R

US Army - Ft. A P Hill WWTP

VA0032034

6,457

484

E23E

Warsaw Aerated Lagoons WWTP

VA0026891

3,655

274

C01E

Omega Protein - Reedville

VA0003867

21,213

1,591

C01E

Reedville Sanitary District

VA0060712

2,436

183

C01E

Kilmarnock WTP WWTP

VA0020788

6,091

457

Unallocated Reserve WLA Nutrient Offset Fund

22,904

1,900

TOTALS:

614,245 614,247

[ 46,068 46,251 ]

[ 1Effective January 1, 2026, the total nitrogen wasteload allocation for any given calendar year is the lesser of (i) the values listed in this table and (ii) the floating wasteload allocation calculated as follows:

TN WLA (lbs/yr) = Annual average treated flow (MGD) x 4.0 mg/l x 8.345 x 365

Annual average treated flow is the sum of 12 monthly average treated flows divided by 12. Floating wasteload allocations shall be calculated to the nearest pound without regard to mathematical rules of precision.

2Effective January 1, 2026, the total phosphorus wasteload allocation for any given calendar year is the lesser of (i) the values listed in this table and (ii) the floating wasteload allocation calculated as follows:

TP WLA (lbs/yr) = Annual average treated flow (MGD) x 0.30 mg/l x 8.345 x 365

Annual average treated flow is the sum of 12 monthly average treated flows divided by 12. Floating wasteload allocations shall be calculated to the nearest pound without regard to mathematical rules of precision. ]



9VAC25-720-120 York River Basin

A. Total maximum daily loads (TMDLs).

TMDL #

Stream Name

TMDL Title

City/County

WBID

Pollutant

WLA1

Units

1.

Lower Pamunkey River

E. coli TMDL Development for The Pamunkey River and Tributaries, VA

Hanover, Louisa, King William, Caroline, Spotsylvania, New Kent

F13R, F13E, F14R, F14E

E. coli

5.38E+13

cfu/yr

2.

Middle Pamunkey River

E. coli TMDL Development for The Pamunkey River and Tributaries, VA

Hanover, Louisa, King William, Caroline, Spotsylvania, New Kent

F12R

E. coli

2.36E+13

cfu/yr

3.

Taylors Creek (VAN-F03R-01)

E. coli TMDL Development for The Pamunkey River and Tributaries, VA

Hanover, Louisa, King William, Caroline, Spotsylvania, New Kent

F03R

E. coli

3.66E+10

cfu/yr

4.

Northeast Creek

E. coli TMDL Development for The Pamunkey River and Tributaries, VA

Hanover, Louisa, King William, Caroline, Spotsylvania, New Kent

F09R

E. coli

2.34E+12

cfu/yr

5.

Totopotomoy Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Pamunkey River Basin

Hanover

F13

E. coli

2.62E+10

cfu/year

6.

Newfound River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Pamunkey River Basin

Hanover

F05

E. coli

2.89E+10

cfu/year

7.

South Anna River (VAN-F02R-01)

E. coli TMDL Development for The Pamunkey River and Tributaries, VA

Hanover, Louisa, King William, Caroline, Spotsylvania, and New Kent

F01R, F02R

E. coli

7.50E+12

cfu/yr

8.

South Anna River (VAN-F01R-01)

E. coli TMDL Development for The Pamunkey River and Tributaries, VA

Hanover, Louisa, King William, Caroline, Spotsylvania, and New Kent

F01R

E. coli

4.92E+12

cfu/yr

9.

South Anna River (VAP-F04R-01)

E. coli TMDL Development for The Pamunkey River and Tributaries, VA

Hanover, Louisa, King William, Caroline, Spotsylvania, and New Kent

F03R, F04R

E. coli

7.74E+12

cfu/yr

10.

South Anna River (VAP-F04R-02)

E. coli TMDL Development for The Pamunkey River and Tributaries, VA

Hanover, Louisa, King William, Caroline, Spotsylvania, and New Kent

F04R

E. coli

6.02E+12

cfu/yr

11.

Adams Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Poropotank River and Adams Creek

Gloucester

F26

Fecal coliform

4.48E+08

MPN/day

12.

Poropotank River and Morris Bay

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Poropotank River and Adams Creek

Gloucester

F26

Fecal coliform

4.78E+09

MPN/day

13.

Felgates Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Queen Creek, King Creek, and Felgates Creek Watersheds

York

F27

Fecal coliform

3.70E+10

MPN/day

14.

King Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Queen Creek, King Creek, and Felgates Creek Watersheds

York

F27

Fecal coliform

4.37E+10

MPN/day

15.

Queen Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Queen Creek, King Creek, and Felgates Creek Watersheds

York, Williamsburg

F26

Fecal coliform

9.69E+11

MPN/day

16.

Perrin River, upper

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Sarah Creek and Perrin River

Gloucester

F27

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

17.

Sarah Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - Sarah Creek and Perrin River

Gloucester

F27

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

18.

Plentiful Creek

Bacteria TMDLs for York River Basin

Spotsylvania

F07

E. coli

3.57E+09

cfu/year

19.

Mountain Run

Bacteria TMDLs for York River Basin

Orange

F06

E. coli

1.22E+10

cfu/year

20.

Beaver Creek

Bacteria TMDLs for York River Basin

Orange

F06

E. coli

1.25E+10

cfu/year

21.

Terrys Run

Bacteria TMDLs for York River Basin

Orange

F07

E. coli

1.86E+10

cfu/year

22.

Pamunkey Creek and Tomahawk Creek

Bacteria TMDLs for York River Basin

Orange

F07

E. coli

9.05E+10

cfu/year

23.

Goldmine Creek

Bacteria TMDLs for York River Basin

Louisa

F06

E. coli

1.09E+11

cfu/year

24.

Lower Pamunkey River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Upper York River, the Lower Pamunkey River, and the Lower Mattaponi River (Tidal) Watersheds

New Kent, King William

F14

Enterococci

1.34E+10

cfu/day

25.

Lower Mattaponi River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Upper York River, the Lower Pamunkey River, and the Lower Mattaponi River (Tidal) Watersheds

King and Queen, King William

F24, F25

Enterococci

1.42E+10

cfu/day

26.

Upper York River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Upper York River, the Lower Pamunkey River, and the Lower Mattaponi River (Tidal) Watersheds

New Kent, King William, King and Queen

F14, F24, F25, F26

Enterococci

2.76E+10

cfu/day

27.

Upper York River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Upper York River, the Lower Pamunkey River, and the Lower Mattaponi River (Tidal) Watersheds

New Kent, King William, King and Queen

F14, F24, F25, F26

Fecal coliform

1.14E+12

counts/day

28.

Taskinas Creek

TMDL Report for Chesapeake Bay Shellfish Waters: Ware Creek, Taskinas Creek, and Skimino Creek Bacterial Impairments

James City

F26

Fecal coliform

4.97E+08

MPN/day

29.

Skimino Creek

TMDL Report for Chesapeake Bay Shellfish Waters: Ware Creek, Taskinas Creek, and Skimino Creek Bacterial Impairments

James City

F26

Fecal coliform

1.34E+09

MPN/day

30.

Ware Creek

TMDL Report for Chesapeake Bay Shellfish Waters: Ware Creek, Taskinas Creek, and Skimino Creek Bacterial Impairments

James City

F26

Fecal coliform

1.36E+09

MPN/day

31.

Aberdeen Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - York River: Gloucester Point to Jones Creek

Gloucester

F26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

32.

Carter Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - York River: Gloucester Point to Jones Creek

Gloucester

F27

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

33.

Cedarbush Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - York River: Gloucester Point to Jones Creek

Gloucester

F27

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

34.

Jones Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - York River: Gloucester Point to Jones Creek

Gloucester

F26

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

35.

Timberneck Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Report for Shellfish Areas Listed Due to Bacterial Contamination - York River: Gloucester Point to Jones Creek

Gloucester

F27

Fecal coliform

N/A2

MPN/day

36.

Upper Little River

E. coli TMDL Development for The Pamunkey River and Tributaries, VA

Hanover, Louisa, King William, Caroline, Spotsylvania, New Kent

F11R, F10R

E. coli

5.61E+12

cfu/yr

37.

Upper Pamunkey River and North Anna River

E. coli TMDL Development for The Pamunkey River and Tributaries, VA

Hanover, Louisa, King William, Caroline, Spotsylvania, New Kent

F12R, F09R

E. coli

3.25E+13

cfu/yr

38.

Brock Run

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Mattaponi River Watershed

Spotsylvania

F15

E. coli

3.09E+10

cfu/yr

39.

Chapel Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Mattaponi River Watershed

King and Queen

F21

E. coli

1.25E+12

cfu/yr

40.

Doctors Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Mattaponi River Watershed

Caroline

F22

E. coli

3.24E+11

cfu/yr

41.

Glady Run

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Mattaponi River Watershed

Spotsylvania

F16

E. coli

1.85E+11

cfu/yr

42.

Maracossic Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Mattaponi River Watershed

Caroline, King and Queen

F22

E. coli

5.24E+12

cfu/yr

43.

Mat River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Mattaponi River Watershed

Spotsylvania

F18

E. coli

1.94E+11

cfu/yr

44.

Matta River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Mattaponi River Watershed

Spotsylvania, Caroline

F18

E. coli

2.14E+12

cfu/yr

45.

Mattaponi River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Mattaponi River Watershed

Caroline

F17

E. coli

6.16E+12

cfu/yr

46.

Motto River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Mattaponi River Watershed

Caroline

F19

E. coli

6.48E+10

cfu/yr

47.

Po River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Mattaponi River Watershed

Spotsylvania, Caroline

F16

E. coli

1.46E+12

cfu/yr

48.

Polecat Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Mattaponi River Watershed

Caroline

F20

E. coli

1.56E+11

cfu/yr

49.

Poni River

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Mattaponi River Watershed

Caroline

F17

E. coli

2.93E+12

cfu/yr

50.

Reedy Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Mattaponi River Watershed

Caroline

F21

E. coli

2.08E+11

cfu/yr

51.

Root Swamp

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Mattaponi River Watershed

King and Queen

F22

E. coli

5.15E+11

cfu/yr

Notes:
1The total WLA can be increased prior to modification provided that DEQ tracks these changes for bacteria TMDLs where the permit is consistent with water quality standards for bacteria.

2There were no point source dischargers in the modeled TMDL area.

B. Stream segment classifications, effluent limitations including water quality based effluent limitations, and wasteload allocations.

TABLE B1 -- RECOMMENDED STREAM SEGMENTS IN THE YORK RIVER BASIN

Segment Number

Classification

Name of River (Description)*

8–1

E.L.

North Anna River (main and tributaries except Goldmine Creek and Contrary Creek) R.M. 68.4–0.0

8–2

E.L.

Goldmine Creek

8–3

W.Q.

Contrary Creek (main only) R.M. 9.5–0.0

8–4

E.L.

South Anna River (main and tributaries) R.M. 101.2–97.1

8–5

E.L.

South Anna River (main only) R.M. 97.1–77.4

8–6

E.L.

South Anna River (main and tributaries) R.M.77.4–0.0

8–7

E.L.

Pamunkey River (main and tributaries) R.M. 90.7–12.2

8–8

W.Q.

Pamunkey River (main only) R.M. 12.2–0.0

8–9

E.L.

Mattaponi River (main and tributaries) R.M.102.2–10.2

8–10

E.L.

Mattaponi River (main only) R.M.10.2–0.0

8–11

W.Q.

York River (main only) R.M. 30.4–22.4

8–12

E.L.

York River (main and tributaries except King Creek and Carter Creek) R.M. 22.4–0.0

8–13

E.L.

Carter Creek (main and tributaries) R.M. 5.4–2.0

8–14

E.L.

Carter Creek (main only) R.M. 2.0–0.0

8–15

E.L.

King Creek (main only) R.M. 5.6–0.0

8–16

W.Q.

Condemned shellfish areas- Timberneck, Queens, and Sarah Creeks and portions of the main stream of the York River.

Notes:
*R.M.= River Mile, measured from the river mouth

Source: Roy F. Western

TABLE B2 -- WASTELOAD ALLOCATIONS (IN LBS PER DAY)

POINT SOURCE

1977 WASTELOAD2

MAXIMUM7 DAILY LOAD

RECOMMENDED ALLOCATION

RAW WASTELOAD AT 1995

REQUIRED & REMOVAL EFFICIENCY 1995

CBOD5

UBOD1

CBOD5

UBOD

CBOD5

UBOD

PERCENT
RESERVE

CBOD5

UBOD

CBOD5

UBOD

Gordonsville

145

398

150

412

150

412

0

1950

2730

92

85

Louisa-Mineral

50

108

55

118

55

118

0

850

1150

93

90

Doswell

52

110

8628

14078

6908

11258

20

1080

1444

854

71

Thornburg

63

150

68

162

68

162

0

1240

1690

94

90

Bowling Green

27

64

29

68

29

68

0

680

926

96

93

Ashland

160

303

235

559

188

447

20

2250

3825

92

88

Hanover (Regional STP)

170

437

280

820

280

820

0

5730

7930

96

90

Chesapeake Corp.

6400

8000

104455

150005

104455

150005

N/A

51700

64630

90

90

West Point

105

380

2813

1020

225

814

20

1000

1600

854

66

Notes:
1BOD is Ultimate Biochemical Oxygen Demand. Its concentration is derived by the following: BOD5/0.80+ 4.5(TKN)=(UBOD). NOTE: The amount of TKN utilized depends on the location in the basin.

2Projected for 1977 based on population projections.

3Recommended allocation based on BPCTCA effluent guidelines applied to raw wasteloads at 2020.

4Minimum removal efficiency.

5Allocation based on BPCTCA effluent guidelines; amended by Minute 25, June 3-5, 1979 board meeting.

7Assimilative capacity.

8Amended by Minute 1, August 17, 1978, board meeting.

Source: Roy F. Weston, Inc.

C. Nitrogen and phosphorus wasteload allocations to restore the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal rivers. The following table presents nitrogen and phosphorus wasteload allocations for the identified significant dischargers and the total nitrogen and total phosphorus wasteload allocations for the listed facilities.

Virginia Waterbody ID

Discharger Name

VPDES Permit No.

Total Nitrogen (TN) Wasteload Allocation (lbs/yr)

Total Phosphorus (TP) Wasteload Allocation (lbs/yr)

F20R

Caroline County STP Regional WWTP

VA0073504

9,137

609

F01R

Gordonsville STP

VA0021105

17,177

1,145

F04R

Ashland WWTP

VA0024899

36,547

2,436

F09R

Doswell WWTP

VA0029521

18,273

1,218

F09R

Bear Island Paper Company 819 Virginia LLC

VA0029521

47,328

10,233

F27E

Plains Marketing L.P. - Yorktown Nutrient Offset Fund

Formerly VA0003018

167,128

17,689

F27E

HRSD - York River STP

VA0081311

275,927 [ 1 ]

228,4441 [ 228,444 1 ]

18,395 [ 2 ]

F14R

Parham Landing WWTP

VA0088331

36,547

2,436

F14E

RockTenn WestRock CP LLC - West Point

VA0003115

259,177

56,038

F12E

Totopotomoy WWTP

VA0089915

182,734 [ 1 ]

12,182 [ 2 ]

F25E

HRSD - West Point STP

VA0075434

10,964

731

TOTALS:

1,060,939

1,013,4561

123,112

[ Notes: ]
1Effective January 1, 2026. [ 2026, the total nitrogen wasteload allocation for any given calendar year is the lesser of (i) the values listed in this table and (ii) the floating wasteload allocation calculated as follows: 2026. ]

[ TNWLA (lbs/yr) = Annual average treated flow (MGD) x 4.0 mg/l x 8.345 x 365

Annual average treated flow is the sum of 12 monthly average treated flows divided by 12. Floating wasteload allocations shall be calculated to the nearest pound without regard to mathematical rules of precision.

2Effective January 1, 2026, the total phosphorus wasteload allocation for any given calendar year is the lesser of (i) the values listed in this table and (ii) the floating wasteload allocation calculated as follows:

TP WLA (lbs/yr) = Annual average treated flow (MGD) x 0.30 mg/l x 8.345 x 365

Annual average treated flow is the sum of 12 monthly average treated flows divided by 12. Floating wasteload allocations shall be calculated to the nearest pound without regard to mathematical rules of precision. ]

9VAC25-820-40 Compliance plans

A. By [ July 1, 2022, February 1, 2023 ] every owner of a facility subject to reduced individual total nitrogen or total phosphorous wasteload allocations as identified in 9VAC25-820-80 shall either individually or through the Virginia Nutrient Credit Exchange Association submit compliance plans to the department for approval.

1. [ For facilities listed in 9VAC25-820-80 A, compliance with reduced wasteload allocations established by the Enhanced Nutrient Removal Certainty Program shall be on the effective date of the reduced allocations as established in 9VAC25-720-60 and 9VAC25-720-120. For facilities listed in 9VAC25-820-80 B, compliance with chlorophyll-a based total phosphorus wasteload allocations shall be achieved as soon as possible, but no later than January 1, 2026. ] The compliance plans shall contain any capital projects and implementation schedules needed to achieve total nitrogen and phosphorus reductions sufficient to comply with the individual and combined wasteload allocations of all the permittees in the tributary [ as soon as possible ] . Permittees submitting individual plans are not required to account for other facilities' activities.

2. As part of the compliance plan development [ for facilities listed in 9VAC25-820-80 B ] , permittees shall either:

a. Demonstrate that the additional capital projects anticipated by subdivision 1 of this subsection are necessary to ensure continued compliance with these allocations by January 1, 2026, or

b. Request that their individual wasteload allocations become effective on January 1, [ 2022 2023 ] .

3. The compliance plans may rely on the exchange of point source credits in accordance with this general permit, but not the acquisition of credits through payments into the Nutrient Offset Fund (§ 10.1-2128.2 of the Code of Virginia), to achieve compliance with the individual and combined wasteload allocations in each tributary.

B. Every owner of a facility required to submit a registration statement shall either individually or through the Virginia Nutrient Credit Exchange Association submit annual compliance plan updates to the department for approval as required by Part I D of the general permit.

9VAC25-820-70 General permit

Any owner whose registration statement is accepted by the board will receive the following general permit and shall comply with the requirements of the general permit.

General Permit No.: VAN000000
Effective Date: January 1, 2022

Expiration Date: December 31, 2026

GENERAL PERMIT FOR TOTAL NITROGEN AND TOTAL PHOSPHORUS DISCHARGES AND NUTRIENT TRADING IN THE CHESAPEAKE WATERSHED IN VIRGINIA
AUTHORIZATION TO DISCHARGE UNDER THE VIRGINIA POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM AND THE VIRGINIA STATE WATER CONTROL LAW

In compliance with the provisions of the Clean Water Act, as amended, and pursuant to the State Water Control Law and regulations adopted pursuant to it, owners of facilities holding a VPDES individual permit or owners of facilities that otherwise meet the definition of an existing facility, with total nitrogen or total phosphorus discharges, or both to the Chesapeake Bay or its tributaries, are authorized to discharge to surface waters and exchange credits for total nitrogen or total phosphorus, or both.

The authorized discharge shall be in accordance with the registration statement filed with DEQ, this cover page, Part I-Special Conditions Applicable to All Facilities, Part II-Special Conditions Applicable to New and Expanded Facilities, and Part III-Conditions Applicable to All VPDES Permits, as set forth herein.

[ Part I

SPECIAL CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL FACILITIES

Any owner whose registration statement is accepted by the board will receive the following general permit and shall comply with the requirements of the general permit.

General Permit No.: VAN000000
Effective Date: January 1, 2022

Expiration Date: December 31, 2026

GENERAL PERMIT FOR TOTAL NITROGEN AND TOTAL PHOSPHORUS DISCHARGES AND NUTRIENT TRADING IN THE CHESAPEAKE WATERSHED IN VIRGINIA
AUTHORIZATION TO DISCHARGE UNDER THE VIRGINIA POLLUTANT DISCHARGE ELIMINATION SYSTEM AND THE VIRGINIA STATE WATER CONTROL LAW

In compliance with the provisions of the Clean Water Act, as amended, and pursuant to the State Water Control Law and regulations adopted pursuant to it, owners of facilities holding a VPDES individual permit or owners of facilities that otherwise meet the definition of an existing facility, with total nitrogen or total phosphorus discharges, or both to the Chesapeake Bay or its tributaries, are authorized to discharge to surface waters and exchange credits for total nitrogen or total phosphorus, or both.

The authorized discharge shall be in accordance with the registration statement filed with DEQ, this cover page, Part I-Special Conditions Applicable to All Facilities, Part II-Special Conditions Applicable to New and Expanded Facilities, and Part III-Conditions Applicable to All VPDES Permits, as set forth herein. ]

PART I

SPECIAL CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL FACILITIES

A. Authorized activities.

1. Authorization to discharge for owners of facilities required to register.

a. Every owner of a facility required to submit a registration statement to the department by November 1, 2021, and thereafter upon the reissuance of this general permit, shall be authorized to discharge total nitrogen and total phosphorus subject to the requirements of this general permit upon the department's approval of the registration statement.

b. Any owner of a facility required to submit a registration statement with the department at the time he makes application with the department for a new discharge or expansion that is subject to an offset or technology-based requirement in Part II of this general permit, shall be authorized to discharge total nitrogen and total phosphorus subject to the requirements of this general permit upon the department's approval of the registration statement.

c. Upon the department's approval of the registration statement, a facility will be included in the registration list maintained by the department.

2. Authorization to discharge for owners of facilities not required to register. Any owner of a facility authorized by a VPDES permit and not required by this general permit to submit a registration statement shall be deemed to be authorized to discharge total nitrogen and total phosphorus under this general permit at the time it is issued. Owners of facilities that are deemed to be permitted under this subsection shall have no obligation under this general permit prior to submitting a registration statement and securing coverage under this general permit based upon such registration statement.

3. Continuation of permit coverage.

a. Any owner authorized to discharge under this general permit and who submits a complete registration statement for the reissued general permit by November 1, 2026, in accordance with Part III M or who is not required to register in accordance with Part I A 2 is authorized to continue to discharge under the terms of this general permit until such time as the board either:

(1) Issues coverage to the owner under the reissued general permit, or

(2) Notifies the owner that the discharge is not eligible for coverage under this general permit.

b. When the owner that was covered under the expiring or expired general permit has violated or is violating the conditions of that permit, the board may choose to do any or all of the following:

(1) Initiate enforcement action based upon the 2017 general permit,

(2) Issue a notice of intent to deny coverage under the reissued general permit. If the general permit coverage is denied, the owner would then be required to cease the discharges authorized by the administratively continued coverage under the terms of the 2017 general permit or be subject to enforcement action for operating without a permit, or

(3) Take other actions authorized by the State Water Control Law.

B. Wasteload allocations.

1. Wasteload allocations allocated to permitted facilities pursuant to 9VAC25-720-50 C, 9VAC25-720-60 C, 9VAC25-720-70 C, 9VAC25-720-110 C, and 9VAC25-720-120 C of the Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, or applicable TMDLs, or wasteload allocations acquired by owners of new and expanding facilities to offset new or increased delivered total nitrogen and delivered total phosphorus loads from a new discharge or expansion under Part II B of this general permit, and existing loads calculated from the permitted design capacity of expanding facilities not previously covered by this general permit, shall be incorporated into the registration list maintained by the department. The wasteload allocations contained in this list shall be enforceable as annual mass load limits in this general permit. Credits shall not be generated by facilities whose operations were previously authorized by a Virginia Pollution Abatement (VPA) permit that was issued before July 1, 2005.

2. Except as described in subdivisions 2 c and 2 d of this subsection, an owner of two or more facilities covered by this general permit and discharging to the same tributary may apply for and receive an aggregated mass load limit for delivered total nitrogen and an aggregated mass load limit for delivered total phosphorus reflecting the total of the water quality-based total nitrogen and total phosphorus wasteload allocations or permitted design capacities established for such facilities individually.

a. The permittee (and all of the individual facilities covered under a single registration) shall be deemed to be in compliance when the aggregate mass load discharged by the facilities is less than the aggregate load limit.

b. The permittee will be eligible to generate credits only if the aggregate mass load discharged by the facilities is less than the total of the wasteload allocations assigned to any of the affected facilities.

c. The aggregation of mass load limits shall not affect any requirement to comply with local water quality-based limitations.

d. Facilities whose operations were previously authorized by a Virginia Pollution Abatement (VPA) permit that was issued before July 1, 2005, cannot be aggregated with other facilities under common ownership or operation.

e. Operation under an aggregated mass load limit in accordance with this section shall not be deemed credit acquisition as described in Part I J 2 of this general permit.

3. An owner that consolidates two or more facilities discharging to the same tributary into a single regional facility may apply for and receive an aggregated mass load limit for total nitrogen and an aggregated mass load limit for total phosphorus, subject to the following conditions:

a. Aggregate mass limits will be calculated accounting for delivery factors in effect at the time of the consolidation.

b. If all of the affected facilities have wasteload allocations in 9VAC25-720-50 C, 9VAC25-720-60 C, 9VAC25-720-70 C, 9VAC25-720-110 C, and 9VAC25-720-120 C of the Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, the aggregate mass load limit shall be calculated by adding the wasteload allocations of the affected facilities. The regional facility shall be eligible to generate credits.

c. If any, but not all, of the affected facilities has a wasteload allocation in 9VAC25-720-50 C, 9VAC25-720-60 C, 9VAC25-720-70 C, 9VAC25-720-110 C, and 9VAC25-720-120 C of the Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, the aggregate mass load limit shall be calculated by adding:

(1) Wasteload allocations of those facilities that have wasteload allocations in 9VAC25-720-50 C, 9VAC25-720-60 C, 9VAC25-720-70 C, 9VAC25-720-110 C, and 9VAC25-720-120 C of the Water Quality Management Planning Regulation;

(2) Permitted design capacities assigned to affected industrial facilities; and

(3) Loads from affected sewage treatment works that do not have a wasteload allocation in 9VAC25-720-50 C, 9VAC25-720-60 C, 9VAC25-720-70 C, 9VAC25-720-110 C, and 9VAC25-720-120 C of the Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, defined as the lesser of a previously calculated permitted design capacity, or the values calculated by the following formulae:

Nitrogen Load (lbs/ year) = flow (MGD) x 8.0 mg/l x 8.345 x 365 days/year

Phosphorus Load (lbs/ year) = flow (MGD) x 1.0 mg/l x 8.345 x 365 days/year

Flows used in the preceding formulae shall be the design flow of the treatment works from which the affected facility currently discharges.

The regional facility shall be eligible to generate credits.

d. If none of the affected facilities have a wasteload allocation in 9VAC25-720-50 C, 9VAC25-720-60 C, 9VAC25-720-70 C, 9VAC25-720-110 C, and 9VAC25-720-120 C of the Water Quality Management Planning Regulation, the aggregate mass load limit shall be calculated by adding the respective permitted design capacities for the affected facilities.

e. Facilities whose operations were previously authorized by a Virginia Pollution Abatement (VPA) permit that was issued before July 1, 2005, may be consolidated with other facilities under common ownership or operation, but their allocations cannot be transferred to the regional facility.

f. Facilities whose operations were previously authorized by a VPA permit that was issued before July 1, 2005, can become regional facilities, but they cannot receive additional allocations beyond those permitted in Part II B 1 d of this general permit.

4. Unless otherwise noted, the nitrogen and phosphorus wasteload allocations assigned to permitted facilities are considered total loads, including nutrients present in the intake water from the river, as applicable. On a case-by-case basis, an industrial discharger may demonstrate to the satisfaction of the board that a portion of the nutrient load originates in its intake water. This demonstration shall be consistent with the assumptions and methods used to derive the allocations through the Chesapeake Bay models. In these cases, the board may limit the permitted discharge to the net nutrient load portion of the assigned wasteload allocation.

5. Bioavailability. Unless otherwise noted, the entire nitrogen and phosphorus wasteload allocations assigned to permitted facilities are considered to be bioavailable to organisms in the receiving stream. On a case-by-case basis, a discharger may demonstrate to the satisfaction of the board that a portion of the nutrient load is not bioavailable; this demonstration shall not be based on the ability of the nutrient to resist degradation at the wastewater treatment plant, but instead, on the ability of the nutrient to resist degradation within a natural environment for the amount of time that it is expected to remain in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. This demonstration shall also be consistent with the assumptions and methods used to derive the allocations through the Chesapeake Bay models. In these cases, the board may limit the permitted discharge to the bioavailable portion of the assigned wasteload allocation.

C. Schedule of compliance. The significant dischargers in the James River Basin shall meet aggregate discharged wasteload allocations of 8,968,864 lbs/yr TN and 545,558 lbs/yr TP by January 1, 2023.

1. [ For facilities listed in 9VAC25-820-80 A, compliance with reduced wasteload allocations established by the Enhanced Nutrient Removal Certainty Program shall be on the effective date of the reduced allocations as established in 9VAC25-720-60 and 9VAC25-720-120. ] For facilities listed in 9VAC25-820-80 [ B ], compliance with chlorophyll-a based total phosphorus wasteload allocations shall be achieved as soon as possible but no later than January 1, 2026. [ Compliance with floating wasteload allocations shall be no later than the January 1, 2026, effective date of the allocations. ]

2. Following submission of compliance plans and compliance plan updates required by 9VAC25-820-40, the board shall reevaluate the schedule of compliance in subdivision 1 [ a ] of this subsection, taking into account the information in the compliance plans and the factors in § 62.1-44.19:14 C 2 of the Code of Virginia. When warranted based on such information and factors, the board shall adjust the schedule in subdivision 1 of this subsection as appropriate by modification or reissuance of this general permit.

3. The registration list shall contain individual dates for compliance with wasteload allocations for dischargers, as follows:

a. Owners of facilities listed in 9VAC25-820-80 [ B ] will have individual dates for compliance based on their respective compliance plans that may be earlier than the schedule listed in subdivision 1 of this subsection.

b. Owners of facilities listed in 9VAC25-820-80 [ B ] that waive their compliance schedules in accordance with 9VAC25-820-40 A 2 b shall have an individual compliance date of January 1, [ 2022 2023 ] .

c. Upon completion of the projects contained in their compliance plans, owners of facilities listed in 9VAC25-820-80 [ B ] may receive a revised individual compliance date of January 1 for the calendar year immediately following the year in which a Certificate to Operate was issued for the capital projects, but not later than January 1, 2026.

d. Owners of new and expanded facilities will have individual dates for compliance corresponding to the date that coverage under this general permit was extended to discharges from the facility.

D. Annual update of compliance plan. Every owner of a facility required to submit a registration statement shall either individually or through the Virginia Nutrient Credit Exchange Association submit updated compliance plans to the department no later than February 1 of each year. The compliance plans shall contain sufficient information to document a plan to achieve and maintain compliance with applicable total nitrogen and total phosphorus individual wasteload allocations on the registration list and aggregate wasteload allocations in Part I C 3. Compliance plans for owners of facilities that were required to submit a registration statement with the department under Part I G 1 a may rely on the acquisition of point source credits in accordance with Part I J of this general permit, but not the acquisition of credits through payments into the Nutrient Offset Fund, permit to achieve compliance with the individual and combined wasteload allocations in each tributary. Annual compliance plan updates for facilities subject to reduced wasteload allocations and listed in 9VAC25-820-80 shall not rely on the acquisition of credits through payments into the Nutrient Offset Fund. Compliance plans for expansions or new discharges for owners of facilities that are required to submit a registration statement with the department under Part I G 1 b and c may rely on the acquisition of allocation in accordance with Part II B of this general permit to achieve compliance with the individual and combined wasteload allocations in each tributary.

E. Monitoring requirements.

1. Discharges shall be monitored by the permittee during weekdays as specified in the table below unless the department determines that weekday only sampling results in a non-representative load. Weekend monitoring or alternative monthly load calculations to address production schedules or seasonal flows shall be submitted to the department for review and approval on a case-by-case basis. Facilities that exhibit instantaneous discharge flows that vary from the daily average discharge flow by less than 10% may submit a proposal to the department to use an alternative sample type; such proposals shall be reviewed and approved by the department on a case-by-case basis.

Parameter

Sample Type and Collection Frequency

STP design flow

≥20.0 MGD

1.0 - 19.999 MGD

0.5 - 0.999 MGD

0.040 - 0.499 MGD

< 0.040 MGD

Effluent TN load limit for industrial facilities

≥100,000 lb/yr

50,000 - 99,999 lb/yr

487 - 49,999 lb/yr

< 487 lb/yr

Effluent TP load limit for industrial facilities

≥10,000 lb/yr

5,000 - 9,999 lb/yr

37 - 4,999 lb/yr

< 37 lb/yr

Flow

Totalizing, Indicating, and Recording

1/Day, see individual VPDES permit for sample type

Nitrogen Compounds (Total Nitrogen = TKN + NO2- (as N) + NO3- (as N))

24 HC
3 Days/Week

24 HC
2 Days/Week*

8 HC
2 Days/Week*

8 HC
2/Month, > 7 days apart

1/Month
Grab

Total Phosphorus

24 HC
3 Days/Week

24 HC
2 Days/Week*

8 HC
2 Days/Week*

8 HC
2/Month, > 7 days apart

1/Month
Grab

*Two flow composited samples taken in the same calendar week that are then composited by flow into a single weekly composite sample for analysis shall be considered to be in compliance with this requirement.

2. Monitoring for compliance with effluent limitations shall be performed in a manner identical to that used to determine compliance with effluent limitations established in the individual VPDES permit unless specified otherwise in subdivisions 3, 4, and 5 of Part I E. Monitoring or sampling shall be conducted according to analytical laboratory methods approved under 40 CFR Part 136, unless other test or sample collection procedures have been requested by the permittee and approved by the department in writing. All analysis for compliance with effluent limitations shall be conducted in accordance with 1VAC30-45, Certification for Noncommercial Environmental Laboratories, or 1VAC30-46, Accreditation for Commercial Environmental Laboratories. Monitoring may be performed by the permittee at frequencies more stringent than listed in subdivision 1 of Part I E; however, the permittee shall report all results of such monitoring.

3. Loading values greater than or equal to 10 pounds reported in accordance with Part I E and F of this general permit shall be calculated and reported to the nearest pound without regard to mathematical rules of precision. Loading values of less than 10 pounds reported in accordance with Part I E and F of this general permit shall be calculated and reported to at least two significant digits with the exception that all complete calendar year annual loads shall be reported to the nearest pound.

4. Data shall be reported on a form provided by the department, by the same date each month as is required by the owner's individual VPDES permit. The total monthly load shall be calculated in accordance with the following formula:

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where:

ML = total monthly load (lb/mo) = average daily load for the calendar month multiplied by the number of days of the calendar month on which a discharge occurred

DL = daily load = daily concentration (expressed as mg/l to the nearest 0.01 mg/l) multiplied by the flow volume of effluent discharged during the 24-hour period (expressed as MGD to at least the nearest 0.01 MGD and in no case less than two significant digits), multiplied by 8.345. Daily loads greater than or equal to 10 pounds may be rounded to the nearest whole number to convert to pounds per day (lbs/day). Daily loads less than or equal to 10 pounds may be rounded to no fewer than two significant figures.

s = number of days in the calendar month in which a sample was collected and analyzed

d = number of discharge days in the calendar month

For total phosphorus, all daily concentration data below the quantification level (QL) for the analytical method used shall be treated as half the QL. All daily concentration data equal to or above the QL for the analytical method used shall be treated as it is reported. If all data are below the QL, then the average shall be reported as half the QL.

For total nitrogen (TN), if none of the daily concentration data for the respective species (i.e., TKN, nitrates/nitrites) are equal to or above the QL for the respective analytical methods used, the daily TN concentration value reported shall equal one half of the largest QL used for the respective species. If one of the data is equal to or above the QL, the daily TN concentration value shall be treated as that data point as reported. If more than one of the data is above the QL, the daily TN concentration value shall equal the sum of the data points as reported.

The quantification levels shall be less than or equal to the following concentrations:

Parameter

Quantification Level

TKN

0.50 mg/l

Nitrite

0.10 mg/l

Nitrate

0.20 mg/l

Nitrite + Nitrate

0.20 mg/l

Higher QLs may be approved on a case-by-case basis where a higher QL routinely results in reportable results of the species in question or is otherwise technically appropriate based on standard lab practices.

The total year-to-date mass load shall be calculated in accordance with the following formula:

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where:

AL-YTD = calendar year-to-date annual load (lb/yr)

ML = total monthly load (lb/mo)

The total annual mass load shall be calculated in accordance with the following formula:

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where:

AL = calendar year annual load (lb/yr)

ML = total monthly load (lb/mo)

5. The department may authorize a chemical usage evaluation as an alternative means of determining nutrient loading for outfalls where the only source of nutrients is that found in the surface water intake and chemical additives used by the facility. Such an evaluation shall be submitted to the department for review and approval on a case-by-case basis. Implementation of approved chemical usage evaluations shall satisfy the requirements specified under Part I E 1 and 2.

[ 6. Facilities with approved reclamation and reuse programs that choose to base their floating wasteload allocations on treated flow shall measure and report the total annual flow discharged to the reuse distribution system. ]

F. Annual reporting. On or before February 1, annually, each permittee shall file a discharge monitoring report with the department identifying the annual mass load of total nitrogen and the annual mass load of total phosphorus discharged by the permitted facility during the previous calendar year.

G. Requirement to register; exclusions.

1. The following owners are required to register for coverage under this general permit:

a. Every owner of an existing facility authorized by a VPDES permit to discharge 100,000 gallons or more per day from a sewage treatment work, or an equivalent load from an industrial facility, directly into tidal waters, or 500,000 gallons or more per day from a sewage treatment works, or an equivalent load from an industrial facility, directly into nontidal waters shall submit a registration statement to the department by November 1, 2016, and thereafter upon the reissuance of this general permit in accordance with Part III M. The conditions of this general permit will apply to such owner upon approval of a registration statement.

b. Any owner of a facility authorized by a Virginia Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit to discharge 40,000 gallons or more per day from a sewage treatment works, or an equivalent load from an industrial facility, directly into tidal or nontidal waters shall submit a registration statement with the department at the time he makes application for an individual permit with the department for a new discharge or expansion that is subject to an offset requirement in Part II of this general permit or to a technology-based requirement in 9VAC25-40-70, and thereafter upon the reissuance of this general permit in accordance with Part III M. The conditions of this general permit will apply to such owner beginning January 1 of the calendar year immediately following approval of a registration statement and issuance or modification of the individual permit.

c. Any owner of a facility treating domestic sewage authorized by a VPDES permit with a discharge greater than 1,000 gallons per day up to and including 39,999 gallons per day that did not commence the discharge of pollutants prior to January 1, 2011, and is subject to offset requirements in accordance with Part II A 1 c of this general permit shall submit a registration statement with the department at the time the owner makes application for an individual permit with the department or prior to commencing a discharge, whichever occurs first, and thereafter upon the reissuance of this general permit in accordance with Part III M.

2. All other categories of discharges are excluded from registration under this general permit.

H. Registration statement.

1. The registration statement shall contain the following information:

a. Name, mailing address and telephone number, email address, and fax number of the owner (and facility operator, if different from the owner) applying for permit coverage;

b. Name (or other identifier), address, city or county, contact name, phone number, email address, and fax number for the facility for which the registration statement is submitted;

c. VPDES permit numbers for all permits assigned to the facility, or pursuant to which the discharge is authorized;

d. If applying for an aggregated wasteload allocation in accordance with Part I B 2 of this permit, a list of all affected facilities and the VPDES permit numbers assigned to these facilities;

e. For new and expanded facilities, a plan to offset new or increased delivered total nitrogen and delivered total phosphorus loads, including the amount of wasteload allocation acquired. Wasteload allocations or credits sufficient to offset projected nutrient loads must be provided for period of at least five years; and

f. For existing facilities, the amount of a facility's wasteload allocation transferred to or from another facility to offset new or increased delivered total nitrogen and delivered total phosphorus loads from a new discharge or expansion.

[ g. For facilities subject to a floating wasteload allocation as listed in 9VAC25-820-80 with an approved reclamation and reuse system, an indication of whether the allocation should be based on discharged or treated flow. Facilities choosing to base their floating wasteload allocation on treated flow shall provide a water reclamation and reuse flow schematic and a description of how total flows discharged to the reuse distribution system will be measured. ]

2. The registration statement shall be submitted to the DEQ Central Office, Office of VPDES Permits. Following notification from the department of the start date for the required electronic submission of Notices of Intent to Discharge forms (i.e., registration statements), as provided for in 9VAC25-31-1020, such form submitted after that date shall be electronically submitted to the department in compliance with this section and 9VAC25-31-1020. At least three months' notice shall be provided between the notification from the department and the date after which such forms must be submitted electronically. [ There shall be at least three months of notice provided between the notification from the department and the date after which such forms must be submitted electronically. At least three months' notice shall be provided between the notification from the department and the date after which such forms must be submitted electronically. ]

3. An amended registration statement shall be submitted to DEQ immediately upon the acquisition or transfer of a facility's wasteload allocation to offset new or increased delivered total nitrogen and delivered total phosphorus loads from a new discharge or expansion.

I. Public notice for registration statements proposing modifications or incorporations of new wasteload allocations or delivery factors.

1. All public notices issued pursuant to a proposed modification or incorporation of a (i) new wasteload allocation to offset new or increased delivered total nitrogen and delivered total phosphorus loads from a new discharge or expansion or (ii) delivery factor shall be published once a week for two consecutive weeks in a local newspaper of general circulation serving the locality where the facility is located informing the public that the owner of the facility intends to apply for coverage under this general permit. At a minimum, the notice shall include:

a. A statement of the owner's intent to register for coverage under this general permit;

b. A brief description of the facility and its location;

c. The amount of wasteload allocation that will be acquired or transferred if applicable;

d. The delivery factor for a new discharge or expansion;

e. If applicable, any proposed nonpoint source to point source trading ratio less than 2:1 proposed under Part II B 1 b (1);

f. A statement that the purpose of the public participation is to acquaint the public with the technical aspects of the facility and how the standards and the requirements of this chapter will be met, to identify issues of concern, to facilitate communication, and to establish a dialogue between the owner and persons who may be affected by the discharge from the facility;

g. An announcement of a 30-day comment period and the name, telephone number, and address of the owner's representative who can be contacted by the interested persons to answer questions;

h. The name, telephone number, and address of the DEQ representative who can be contacted by the interested persons to answer questions, or where comments shall be sent; and

i. The location where copies of the documentation to be submitted to the department in support of this general permit notification and any supporting documents can be viewed and copied.

2. The owner shall place a copy of the documentation and support documents in a location accessible to the public in the vicinity of the proposed facility.

3. The public shall be provided 30 days to comment on the technical and the regulatory aspects of the proposal. The comment period will begin on the date the notice is published in the local newspaper.

J. Compliance with wasteload allocations.

1. Methods of compliance. The owner of the permitted facility shall comply with its wasteload allocation contained in the registration list maintained by the department. The owner of the permitted facility shall be in compliance with its wasteload allocation if:

a. The annual mass load is less than or equal to the applicable wasteload allocation assigned to the facility in this general permit (or permitted design capacity for expanded facilities without allocations);

b. The owner of the permitted facility acquires sufficient point source nitrogen or phosphorus credits in accordance with subdivision 2 of this subsection; provided, however, that the acquisition of nitrogen or phosphorus credits pursuant to this section shall not alter or otherwise affect the individual wasteload allocations for each permitted facility; or

c. In the event he is unable to meet the individual wasteload allocation pursuant to subdivision 1 a or 1 b of this subsection, the owner of the permitted facility acquires sufficient nitrogen or phosphorus credits through payments made into the Nutrient Offset Fund pursuant to subdivision 3 of this subsection; provided, however, that the acquisition of nitrogen or phosphorus credits pursuant to this section shall not alter or otherwise affect the individual wasteload allocations for each permitted facility.

2. Credit acquisition from owners of permitted facilities. A permittee may acquire point source nitrogen credits or point source phosphorus credits from one or more owners of permitted facilities only if:

a. The credits are generated and applied to a compliance obligation in the same calendar year;

b. The credits are generated by one or more permitted facilities in the same tributary, except that owners of permitted facilities in the Eastern Shore Basin may also acquire credits from owners of permitted facilities in the Potomac and Rappahannock tributaries. Owners of Eastern Shore Basin facilities may acquire credits from the owners of Potomac tributary facilities at a trading ratio of 1:1. A trading ratio of 1.3:1 shall apply to the acquisition of credits from the owners of a Rappahannock tributary facility by the owner of an Eastern Shore Basin facility;

c. The exchange or acquisition of credits does not affect any requirement to comply with local water quality-based limitations as determined by the board;

d. The credits are acquired no later than June 1 immediately following the calendar year in which the credits are applied;

e. The credits are generated by a facility that has been constructed, and has discharged from treatment works whose design flow or equivalent industrial activity is the basis for the facility's wasteload allocations (until a facility is constructed and has commenced operation, such credits are held, and may be sold, by the Nutrient Offset Fund; and

f. No later than June 1 immediately following the calendar year in which the credits are applied, the permittee certifies on a credit exchange notification form supplied by the department that he has acquired sufficient credits to satisfy his compliance obligations. The permittee shall comply with the terms and conditions contained in the credit exchange notification form submitted to the department.

3. Credit acquisitions from the Nutrient Offset Fund. Until such time as the board finds that no allocations are reasonably available in an individual tributary, permittees that cannot meet their total nitrogen or total phosphorus effluent limit may acquire nitrogen or phosphorus credits through payments made into the Nutrient Offset Fund established in § 10.1-2128.2 of the Code of Virginia only if, no later than June 1 immediately following the calendar year in which the credits are to be applied, the permittee certifies on a form supplied by the department that he has diligently sought, but has been unable to acquire, sufficient credits to satisfy his compliance obligations through the acquisition of point source nitrogen or phosphorus credits with other permitted facilities, and that he has acquired sufficient credits to satisfy his compliance obligations through one or more payments made in accordance with the terms of this general permit. Such certification may include providing a record of solicitation or demonstration that point source allocations are not available for sale in the tributary in which the permittee's facility is located. Payments to the Nutrient Offset Fund shall be in the amount of $5.08 for each pound of nitrogen and $11.15 for each pound of phosphorus and shall be subject to the following requirements:

a. The credits are generated and applied to a compliance obligation in the same calendar year.

b. The credits are generated in the same tributary, except that owners of permitted facilities in the Eastern Shore Basin may also acquire credits from the owners of facilities that discharge to the Potomac and Rappahannock tributaries. Owners of Eastern Shore Basin facilities may acquire credits from the owners of facilities that discharge to a Potomac tributary at a trading ratio of 1:1. A trading ratio of 1.3:1 shall apply to the acquisition of credits from owners of facilities that discharge to a Rappahannock tributary by the owners of an Eastern Shore Basin facility.

c. The acquisition of credits does not affect any requirement to comply with local water quality-based limitations, as determined by the board.

4. This general permit neither requires nor prohibits a municipality or regional sewerage authority's development and implementation of trading programs among industrial users, which are consistent with the pretreatment regulatory requirements at 40 CFR Part 403 and the municipality's or authority's individual VPDES permit.

Part II

SPECIAL CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO NEW AND EXPANDED FACILITIES

A. Offsetting mass loads discharged by new and expanded facilities.

1. An owner of a new or expanded facility shall comply with the applicable requirements of this section as a condition of the facility's coverage under this general permit.

a. An owner of a facility authorized by a VPDES permit first issued before July 1, 2005, that expands the facility to discharge 40,000 gallons or more per day, or an equivalent load, shall demonstrate to the department that he has acquired wasteload allocations sufficient to offset any increase in his delivered total nitrogen and delivered total phosphorus loads resulting from any expansion beyond his permitted capacity as of July 1, 2005.

b. An owner of a facility authorized by a VPDES permit first issued on or after July 1, 2005, to discharge 40,000 gallons or more per day, or an equivalent load, shall demonstrate to the department that he has acquired wasteload allocations sufficient to offset his delivered total nitrogen and delivered total phosphorus loads.

c. An owner of a facility treating domestic sewage authorized by a VPDES permit with a discharge greater than 1,000 gallons per day up to and including 39,999 gallons per day that did not commence the discharge of pollutants prior to January 1, 2011, shall demonstrate to the department that he has acquired wasteload allocations sufficient to offset his delivered total nitrogen and delivered phosphorus loads prior to commencing the discharge, except when the facility is for short-term temporary use only as determined by the department or when treatment of domestic sewage is not the primary purpose of the facility.

2. Offset calculations shall address the proposed discharge that exceeds:

a. The applicable wasteload allocation assigned to discharges from the facility in this general permit, for expanding significant dischargers with a wasteload allocation listed in 9VAC25-720-50 C, 9VAC25-720-60 C, 9VAC25-720-70 C, 9VAC25-720-110 C, and 9VAC25-720-120 C of the Water Quality Management Planning Regulation;

b. The permitted design capacity, for all other expanding dischargers; and

c. Zero, for facilities with a new discharge.

3. An owner of multiple facilities that discharge into the same tributary, and assigned an aggregate mass load limit in accordance with Part I B 2 of this general permit, that undertakes construction of new or expanded facilities shall be required to acquire wasteload allocations sufficient to offset any increase in delivered total nitrogen and delivered total phosphorus loads resulting from any expansion beyond the aggregate mass load limit assigned these facilities.

B. Acquisition of wasteload allocations. Wasteload allocations required by this section to offset new or increased delivered total nitrogen and delivered total phosphorus loads shall be acquired in accordance with this section.

1. Such allocations may be acquired from one or a combination of the following:

a. Acquisition of all or a portion of the wasteload allocations or point source nitrogen or point source phosphorus credits from the owners of one or more permitted facilities, based on delivered pounds by the respective trading parties as listed by the department;

b. Acquisition of credits certified by the board pursuant to § 62.1-44.19:20 of the Code of Virginia. Credits used to offset new or increased nutrient loads under this subdivision shall be:

(1) Subject to a trading ratio of two pounds reduced for every pound to be discharged if certified as a nonpoint source credit by the board pursuant to § 62.1-44.19:20 of the Code of Virginia. On a case-by-case basis the board may approve nonpoint source to source trading ratios of less than 2:1 (but not less than 1:1) when the applicant demonstrates factors that ameliorate the presumed 2:1 uncertainty ratio for credits generation by nonpoint sources such as:

(a) When direct and representative monitoring of the pollutant loadings from a nonpoint source is performed in a manner and at a frequency similar to that performed at VPDES point sources and there is consistency in the effectiveness of the operation of the nonpoint source best management practice (BMP) approaching that of a conventional point source.

(b) When nonpoint source credits are generated from land conservation that ensures permanent protection through a conservation easement or other instrument attached to the deed and when load reductions can be reliably determined;

(2) Calculated using best management practices efficiency rates and attenuation rates, as established by the latest science and relevant technical information, and approved by the board;

(3) Based on appropriate delivery factors, as established by the latest science and relevant technical information, and approved by the board;

(4) Demonstrated to have achieved reductions beyond those already required by or funded under federal or state law, or by Virginia's Chesapeake Bay TMDL Watershed Implementation Plan;

(5) Generated in accordance with conditions of the facility's individual VPDES permit; and

(6) In the case of credits generated by land use conversions and urban source reduction controls (BMPs), the credits shall represent nutrient reductions beyond those in place as of July 1, 2005;

c. Until such time as the board finds that no allocations are reasonably available in an individual tributary, acquisition of allocations through payments made into the Nutrient Offset Fund established in § 10.1-2128.2 of the Code of Virginia; or

d. Acquisition of allocations through such other means as may be approved by the department on a case-by-case basis. This includes allocations granted by the board to an owner of a facility that is authorized by a VPA permit to land apply domestic sewage if:

(1) The VPA permit was issued before July 1, 2005;

(2) The allocation does not exceed the facility's permitted design capacity as of July 1, 2005;

(3) The waste treated by the facility that is covered under the VPA permit will be treated and discharged pursuant to a VPDES permit for a new discharge; and

(4) The owner installs state-of-the-art nutrient removal technology at such a facility.

2. Acquisition of allocations or point source nitrogen or point source phosphorus credits is subject to the following conditions:

a. The allocations or credits shall be generated and applied to an offset obligation in the same calendar year in which the credit is generated;

b. The allocations or credits shall be generated in the same tributary;

c. Such acquisition does not affect any requirement to comply with local water quality-based limitations, as determined by the board;

d. The allocations are authenticated (i.e., verified to have been generated) by the permittee as required by the facility's individual VPDES permit, utilizing procedures approved by the board, no later than February 1 immediately following the calendar year in which the allocations are applied; and

e. If obtained from the owner of a permitted point source, the allocations shall be generated by a facility that has been constructed, and has discharged from treatment works whose design flow or equivalent industrial activity is the basis for the facility's wasteload allocations.

f. Such allocations or credits shall be secured for a period of five years with each registration under the general permit.

3. Priority of options. The board shall give priority to allocations or credits acquired in accordance with subdivisions 1 a, b, and d of this subsection. The board shall approve allocations acquired in accordance with subdivision 1 c of this subsection only after the owner has demonstrated that he has made a good faith effort to acquire sufficient allocations in accordance with subdivisions 1 a and 1 b of this subsection, and that such allocations are not reasonably available taking into account timing, cost and other relevant factors. Such demonstration may include providing a record of solicitation, or other demonstration that point source allocations or nonpoint source allocations are not available for sale in the tributary in which the permittee's facility discharge is located.

4. Annual allocation acquisitions from the Nutrient Offset Fund. The cost for each pound of nitrogen and each pound of phosphorus shall be determined at the time payment is made to the Nutrient Offset Fund, based on the higher of (i) the estimated cost of achieving a reduction of one pound of nitrogen or phosphorus at the facility that is securing the allocation, or comparable facility, for each pound of allocation acquired; or (ii) the average cost, as determined by the department on an annual basis, of reducing two pounds of nitrogen or phosphorus from nonpoint sources in the same tributary for each pound of allocation acquired.

Part III

CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO ALL VPDES PERMITS

A. Monitoring.

1. Samples and measurements taken as required by this permit shall be representative of the monitored activity.

2. Monitoring shall be conducted according to procedures approved under 40 CFR Part 136 or alternative methods approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, unless other procedures have been specified in this permit.

3. The permittee shall periodically calibrate and perform maintenance procedures on all monitoring and analytical instrumentation at intervals that will ensure accuracy of measurements.

4. Samples taken as required by this permit shall be analyzed in accordance with 1VAC30-45 (Certification for Noncommercial Environmental Laboratories) or 1VAC30-46 (Accreditation for Commercial Environmental Laboratories).

B. Records.

1. Records of monitoring information shall include:

a. The date, exact place, and time of sampling or measurements;

b. The individuals who performed the sampling or measurements;

c. The dates and times analyses were performed;

d. The individuals who performed the analyses;

e. The analytical techniques or methods used; and

f. The results of such analyses.

2. Except for records of monitoring information required by this permit related to the permittee's sewage sludge use and disposal activities, which shall be retained for a period of at least five years, the permittee shall retain records of all monitoring information, including all calibration and maintenance records and all original strip chart recordings for continuous monitoring instrumentation, copies of all reports required by this permit, and records of all data used to complete the registration statement for this permit, for a period of at least three years from the date of the sample, measurement, report, or request for coverage. This period of retention shall be extended automatically during the course of any unresolved litigation regarding the regulated activity or regarding control standards applicable to the permittee or as requested by the board.

C. Reporting monitoring results.

1. The permittee shall submit the results of the monitoring required by this permit not later than the 10th day of the month after monitoring takes place, unless another reporting schedule is specified elsewhere in this permit. Monitoring results shall be submitted to the department's regional office.

2. Monitoring results shall be reported on a Discharge Monitoring Report (DMR) or on forms provided, approved, or specified by the department.

3. If the permittee monitors any pollutant specifically addressed by this permit more frequently than required by this permit using test procedures approved under 40 CFR Part 136 or using other test procedures approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or using procedures specified in this permit, the results of this monitoring shall be included in the calculation and reporting of the data submitted on the DMR or reporting form specified by the department.

4. Calculations for all limitations that require averaging of measurements shall utilize an arithmetic mean unless otherwise specified in this permit.

D. Duty to provide information. The permittee shall furnish to the department, within a reasonable time, any information that the board may request to determine whether cause exists for modifying, revoking and reissuing, or terminating coverage under this permit or to determine compliance with this permit. The board may require the permittee to furnish, upon request, such plans, specifications, and other pertinent information as may be necessary to determine the effect of the wastes from the discharge on the quality of state waters or such other information as may be necessary to accomplish the purposes of the State Water Control Law. The permittee shall also furnish to the department, upon request, copies of records required to be kept by this permit.

E. Compliance schedule reports. Reports of compliance or noncompliance with, or any progress reports on, interim and final requirements contained in any compliance schedule of this permit shall be submitted no later than 14 days following each schedule date.

F. Unauthorized discharges. Except in compliance with this permit or another permit issued by the board, it shall be unlawful for any person to:

1. Discharge into state waters sewage, industrial wastes, other wastes, or any noxious or deleterious substances; or

2. Otherwise alter the physical, chemical, or biological properties of such state waters and make them detrimental to the public health, to animal or aquatic life, or to the use of such waters for domestic or industrial consumption, for recreation, or for other uses.

G. Reports of unauthorized discharges. Any permittee that discharges or causes or allows a discharge of sewage, industrial waste, other wastes, or any noxious or deleterious substance into or upon state waters in violation of Part III F, or that discharges or causes or allows a discharge that may reasonably be expected to enter state waters in violation of Part III F, shall notify the department of the discharge immediately upon discovery of the discharge, but in no case later than 24 hours after said discovery. A written report of the unauthorized discharge shall be submitted to the department within five days of discovery of the discharge. The written report shall contain:

1. A description of the nature and location of the discharge;

2. The cause of the discharge;

3. The date on which the discharge occurred;

4. The length of time that the discharge continued;

5. The volume of the discharge;

6. If the discharge is continuing, how long it is expected to continue;

7. If the discharge is continuing, what the expected total volume of the discharge will be; and

8. Any steps planned or taken to reduce, eliminate, and prevent a recurrence of the present discharge or any future discharge not authorized by this permit.

Discharges reportable to the department under the immediate reporting requirements of other regulations are exempted from this requirement.

H. Reports of unusual or extraordinary discharges. If any unusual or extraordinary discharge including a bypass or upset should occur from a treatment works and the discharge enters or could be expected to enter state waters, the permittee shall promptly notify, in no case later than 24 hours, the department by telephone after the discovery of the discharge. This notification shall provide all available details of the incident, including any adverse effects on aquatic life and the known number of fish killed. The permittee shall reduce the report to writing and shall submit it to the department within five days of discovery of the discharge in accordance with Part III I 2. Unusual and extraordinary discharges include, but are not limited to, any discharge resulting from:

1. Unusual spillage of materials resulting directly or indirectly from processing operations;

2. Breakdown of processing or accessory equipment;

3. Failure or taking out of service some or all of the treatment works; and

4. Flooding or other acts of nature.

I. Reports of noncompliance. The permittee shall report any noncompliance that may adversely affect state waters or may endanger public health.

1. An oral report shall be provided within 24 hours from the time the permittee becomes aware of the circumstances. The following shall be included as information that shall be reported within 24 hours under this paragraph:

a. Any unanticipated bypass; and

b. Any upset that causes a discharge to surface waters.

2. A written report shall be submitted within five days and shall contain:

a. A description of the noncompliance and its cause;

b. The period of noncompliance, including exact dates and times, and if the noncompliance has not been corrected, the anticipated time it is expected to continue; and

c. Steps taken or planned to reduce, eliminate, and prevent reoccurrence of the noncompliance.

The board may waive the written report on a case-by-case basis for reports of noncompliance under Part III I if the oral report has been received within 24 hours and no adverse impact on state waters has been reported.

3. The permittee shall report all instances of noncompliance not reported under Part III I 1 or 2, in writing, at the time the next monitoring reports are submitted. The reports shall contain the information listed in Part III I 2.

NOTE: The immediate (within 24 hours) reports required in Part III G, H, and I may be made to the department's regional office. Reports may be made by telephone, FAX, or online at https://portal.deq.virginia.gov/prep/Report/Create https://www.deq.virginia.gov/Programs/PollutionResponse Preparedness/MakingaReport.aspx [ . ] . For reports outside normal working hours, a message may be left and this shall fulfill the immediate reporting requirement. For emergencies, the Virginia Department of Emergency Management maintains a 24-hour telephone service at 1-800-468-8892.

4. Where When the permittee becomes aware that it failed to submit any relevant facts in a permit registration statement or submitted incorrect information in a permit registration statement or in any report to the department, the permittee shall promptly submit such facts or information.

J. Notice of planned changes.

1. The permittee shall give notice to the department as soon as possible of any planned physical alterations or additions to the permitted facility. Notice is required only when:

a. The permittee plans alteration or addition to any building, structure, facility, or installation from which there is or may be a discharge of pollutants, the construction of which commenced:

(1) After promulgation of standards of performance under § 306 of the Clean Water Act (33 USC § 1251 et seq.) that are applicable to such source; or

(2) After proposal of standards of performance in accordance with § 306 of the Clean Water Act that are applicable to such source, but only if the standards are promulgated in accordance with § 306 of the Clean Water Act within 120 days of their proposal;

b. The alteration or addition could significantly change the nature or increase the quantity of pollutants discharged. This notification applies to pollutants that are subject neither to effluent limitations nor to notification requirements specified elsewhere in this permit; or

c. The alteration or addition results in a significant change in the permittee's sludge use or of disposal practices, and such alteration, addition, or change may justify the application of permit conditions that are different from or absent in the existing permit, including notification of additional use or of disposal sites not reported during the permit application process or not reported pursuant to an approved land application plan.

2. The permittee shall give advance notice to the department of any planned changes in the permitted facility or activity that may result in noncompliance with permit requirements.

K. Signatory requirements.

1. Registration statement. All registration statements shall be signed as follows:

a. For a corporation: by a responsible corporate officer. For the purpose of this section, a responsible corporate officer means (i) a president, secretary, treasurer, or vice-president of the corporation in charge of a principal business function, or any other person who performs similar policy-making or decision-making functions for the corporation or (ii) the manager of one or more manufacturing, production, or operating facilities, provided the manager is authorized to make management decisions that govern the operation of the regulated facility including having the explicit or implicit duty of making major capital investment recommendations and initiating and directing other comprehensive measures to assure long-term environmental compliance with environmental laws and regulations; the manager can ensure that the necessary systems are established or other actions taken to gather complete and accurate information for permit registration requirements; and where authority to sign documents has been assigned or delegated to the manager in accordance with corporate procedures;

b. For a partnership or sole proprietorship: by a general partner or the proprietor, respectively; or

c. For a municipality, state, federal, or other public agency: by either a principal executive officer or ranking elected official. For purposes of this section, a principal executive officer of a public agency includes (i) the chief executive officer of the agency or (ii) a senior executive officer having responsibility for the overall operations of a principal geographic unit of the agency.

2. Reports, etc. All reports required by permits and other information requested by the board shall be signed by a person described in Part III K 1 or by a duly authorized representative of that person. A person is a duly authorized representative only if:

a. The authorization is made in writing by a person described in Part III K 1;

b. The authorization specifies either an individual or a position having responsibility for the overall operation of the regulated facility or activity such as the position of plant manager, operator of a well or a well field, superintendent, position of equivalent responsibility, or an individual or position having overall responsibility for environmental matters for the company. A duly authorized representative may thus be either a named individual or any individual occupying a named position; and

c. The written authorization is submitted to the department.

3. Changes to authorization. If an authorization under Part III K 2 is no longer accurate because a different individual or position has responsibility for the overall operation of the facility, a new authorization satisfying the requirements of Part III K 2 shall be submitted to the department prior to or together with any reports, or information to be signed by an authorized representative.

4. Certification. Any person signing a document under Part III K 1 or 2 shall make the following certification:

"I certify under penalty of law that this document and all attachments were prepared under my direction or supervision in accordance with a system designed to assure that qualified personnel properly gather and evaluate the information submitted. Based on my inquiry of the person or persons who manage the system, or those persons directly responsible for gathering the information, the information submitted is, to the best of my knowledge and belief, true, accurate, and complete. I am aware that there are significant penalties for submitting false information, including the possibility of fine and imprisonment for knowing violations."

L. Duty to comply. The permittee shall comply with all conditions of this permit. Any permit noncompliance constitutes a violation of the State Water Control Law and the Clean Water Act, except that noncompliance with certain provisions of this permit may constitute a violation of the State Water Control Law but not the Clean Water Act. Permit noncompliance is grounds for enforcement action, permit coverage termination, or denial of a permit coverage renewal application.

The permittee shall comply with effluent standards or prohibitions established under § 307(a) of the Clean Water Act for toxic pollutants and with standards for sewage sludge use or disposal established under § 405(d) of the Clean Water Act within the time provided in the regulations that establish these standards or prohibitions or standards for sewage sludge use or disposal, even if this permit has not yet been modified to incorporate the requirement.

M. Duty to reapply. If the permittee wishes to continue an activity regulated by this permit after the expiration date of this permit, the permittee shall submit a new registration statement at least 60 days before the expiration date of the existing permit, unless permission for a later date has been granted by the board. The board shall not grant permission for registration statements to be submitted later than the expiration date of the existing permit.

N. Effect of a permit. This permit does not convey any property rights in either real or personal property or any exclusive privileges, nor does it authorize any injury to private property or invasion of personal rights or any infringement of federal, state, or local law or regulations.

O. State law. Nothing in this permit shall be construed to preclude the institution of any legal action under, or relieve the permittee from any responsibilities, liabilities, or penalties established pursuant to, any other state law or regulation or under authority preserved by § 510 of the Clean Water Act. Except as provided in permit conditions on "bypassing" (Part III U) and "upset" (Part III V), nothing in this permit shall be construed to relieve the permittee from civil and criminal penalties for noncompliance.

P. Oil and hazardous substance liability. Nothing in this permit shall be construed to preclude the institution of any legal action or relieve the permittee from responsibilities, liabilities, or penalties to which the permittee is or may be subject under §§ 62.1-44.34:14 through 62.1-44.34:23 of the State Water Control Law.

Q. Proper operation and maintenance. The permittee shall at all times properly operate and maintain all facilities and systems of treatment and control (and related appurtenances) that are installed or used by the permittee to achieve compliance with the conditions of this permit. Proper operation and maintenance also include effective plant performance, adequate funding, adequate staffing, and adequate laboratory and process controls, including appropriate quality assurance procedures. This provision requires the operation of back-up or auxiliary facilities or similar systems that are installed by the permittee only when the operation is necessary to achieve compliance with the conditions of this permit.

R. Disposal of solids or sludges. Solids, sludges, or other pollutants removed in the course of treatment or management of pollutants shall be disposed of in a manner so as to prevent any pollutant from such materials from entering state waters.

S. Duty to mitigate. The permittee shall take all reasonable steps to minimize or prevent any discharge or sludge use or disposal in violation of this permit that has a reasonable likelihood of adversely affecting human health or the environment.

T. Need to halt or reduce activity not a defense. It shall not be a defense for a permittee in an enforcement action that it would have been necessary to halt or reduce the permitted activity in order to maintain compliance with the conditions of this permit.

U. Bypass.

1. "Bypass" means the intentional diversion of waste streams from any portion of a treatment facility. The permittee may allow any bypass to occur that does not cause effluent limitations to be exceeded, but only if it also is for essential maintenance to ensure efficient operation. These bypasses are not subject to the provisions of Part III U 2 and 3.

2. Notice.

a. Anticipated bypass. If the permittee knows in advance of the need for a bypass, prior notice shall be submitted, if possible, at least 10 days before the date of the bypass.

b. Unanticipated bypass. The permittee shall submit notice of an unanticipated bypass as required in Part III I.

3. Prohibition of bypass.

a. Bypass is prohibited, and the board may take enforcement action against a permittee for bypass, unless:

(1) Bypass was unavoidable to prevent loss of life, personal injury, or severe property damage;

(2) There were no feasible alternatives to the bypass, such as the use of auxiliary treatment facilities, retention of untreated wastes, or maintenance during normal periods of equipment downtime. This condition is not satisfied if adequate back-up equipment should have been installed in the exercise of reasonable engineering judgment to prevent a bypass that occurred during normal periods of equipment downtime or preventive maintenance; and

(3) The permittee submitted notices as required under Part III U 2.

b. The board may approve an anticipated bypass after considering its adverse effects if the board determines that it will meet the three conditions listed in Part III U 3 a.

V. Upset.

1. An upset, defined in 9VAC25-31-10, constitutes an affirmative defense to an action brought for noncompliance with technology-based permit effluent limitations if the requirements of Part III V 2 are met. A determination made during administrative review of claims that noncompliance was caused by upset, and before an action for noncompliance, is not a final administrative action subject to judicial review.

2. A permittee who wishes to establish the affirmative defense of upset shall demonstrate through properly signed, contemporaneous operating logs, or other relevant evidence that:

a. An upset occurred and that the permittee can identify the cause or causes of the upset;

b. The permitted facility was at the time being properly operated;

c. The permittee submitted notice of the upset as required in Part III I; and

d. The permittee complied with remedial measures required under Part III S.

3. In any enforcement proceeding the permittee seeking to establish the occurrence of an upset has the burden of proof.

W. Inspection and entry. The permittee shall allow the director, or an authorized representative, including representative (including an authorized contractor acting as a representative of the administrator, administrator) upon presentation of credentials and other documents as may be required by law, to:

1. Enter upon the permittee's premises where a regulated facility or activity is located or conducted, or where records must be kept under the conditions of this permit;

2. Have access to and copy, at reasonable times, any records that must be kept under the conditions of this permit;

3. Inspect at reasonable times facilities, equipment (including monitoring and control equipment), practices, or operations regulated or required under this permit; and

4. Sample or monitor at reasonable times, for the purposes of assuring permit compliance or as otherwise authorized by the Clean Water Act and the State Water Control Law, substances or parameters at any location.

For purposes of this section, the time for inspection shall be deemed reasonable during regular business hours or whenever the facility is discharging. Nothing contained herein shall make an inspection unreasonable during an emergency.

X. Permit actions. Permits may be modified, revoked and reissued, or terminated for cause. The filing of a request by the permittee for a permit modification, revocation and reissuance, termination, or notification of planned changes or anticipated noncompliance does not stay any permit condition.

Y. Transfer of permit coverage. Permit coverage is not transferable to any person except after notice to the department. Coverage under this permit may be automatically transferred to a new permittee if:

1. The current permittee notifies the department within 30 days of the transfer of the title to the facility or property, unless permission for a later date has been granted by the board;

2. The notice includes a written agreement between the existing and new permittees containing a specific date for transfer of permit responsibility, coverage, and liability between them; and

3. The board does not notify the existing permittee and the proposed new permittee of its intent to deny the new permittee coverage under the permit. If this notice is not received, the transfer is effective on the date specified in the agreement described in Part III Y 2.

Z. Severability. The provisions of this permit are severable, and if any provision of this permit or the application of any provision of this permit to any circumstance is held invalid, the application of such provision to other circumstances, and the remainder of this permit, shall not be affected thereby.

9VAC25-820-80 Facilities subject to reduced inidividual individual total nitrogen and total phosphorus wasteload allocations

The James River facilities identified in this section are subject to reduced individual total nitrogen and total phosphorus wasteload allocations as indicated.

Facility

VPDES No.

Phase 1
Total Nitrogen (lbs/yr)

Phase 2
Total Nitrogen (lbs/yr)

Phase 2
Total Phosphorus (lbs/yr)

Buena Vista STP

VA0020991

N/A

N/A

2,778

Covington STP

VA0025542

N/A

N/A

3,705

GP Big Island LLC

VA0003026

N/A

N/A

40,273

Mohawk Industries, Inc.

VA0004677

N/A

N/A

9,880

Lexington - Rockbridge Regional WQCF

VA0088161

N/A

N/A

3,705

Alleghany County - Low Moor STP

VA0027979

N/A

N/A

617

Lower Jackson River STP

VA0090671

N/A

N/A

1,852

Clifton Forge STP

VA0022772

N/A

N/A

2,470

MeadWestvaco

VA0003646

N/A

N/A

96,771

Amherst - Rutledge Creek WWTP

VA0031321

N/A

N/A

741

BWX Technologies Inc.

VA0003697

N/A

N/A

1,235

Greif Inc.

VA0006408

N/A

N/A

24,082

Lake Monticello STP

VA0024945

N/A

N/A

1,229

Lynchburg STP (DWF only)

VA0024970

N/A

N/A

27,169

RWSA - Moores Creek Regional STP

VA0025518

N/A

N/A

18,525

Powhatan CC STP

VA0020699

N/A

N/A

581

Crewe WWTP

VA0020303

N/A

N/A

617

Farmville WWTP

VA0083135

N/A

N/A

2,964

Richmond WWTP (DWF only)

VA0063177

N/A

N/A

55,574

E. I. DuPont - Spruance

VA0004669

N/A

N/A

6,339

Chesterfield County - Falling Creek WWTP

VA0024996

N/A

N/A

12,473

Chesterfield County - Proctors Creek WWTP

VA0060194

N/A

N/A

33,344

Dominion - Chesterfield (Net)

VA0004146

N/A

N/A

170

Henrico County WWTP

VA0063690

N/A

N/A

92,623

The Sustainability Park LLC

VA0002780

N/A

N/A

1,556

Philip Morris USA - Park 500

VA0026557

N/A

N/A

2,149

Honeywell - Hopewell

VA0005291

N/A

N/A

41,841

Hopewell Regional WTF

VA0066630

N/A

N/A

61,749

South Central WW Authority WWTF

VA0025437

N/A

N/A

28,404

Tyson Foods - Glen Allen

VA0004031

N/A

N/A

409

Chickahominy WWTP

VA0088480

N/A

N/A

123

HRSD - Boat Harbor STP

VA0081256

N/A

N/A

43,177

HRSD - James River STP

VA0081272

N/A

N/A

34,541

HRSD - Williamsburg STP

VA0081302

N/A

N/A

38,859

HRSD - Nansemond STP

VA0081299

N/A

N/A

51,812

HRSD - Army Base STP

VA0081230

N/A

N/A

31,087

HRSD - Virginia Initiative Plant WWTP

VA0081281

N/A

N/A

69,083

HRSD - Chesapeake - Elizabeth STP

VA0081264

N/A

N/A

41,450

HRSD Aggregate Nutrient Discharge*

N/A

4,400,000

3,400,000

310,010

JH Miles and Company

VA0003263

N/A

N/A

17,437

*HRSD James River Aggregate includes Boat Harbor STP (VA0081256), James River STP (VA0081272), Williamsburg STP (VA0081302), Nansemond STP (VA0081299), Army Base STP (VA0081230), Virginia Initiative STP (VA0081281), and Chesapeake - Elizabeth STP (VA0081264).

[ A. Floating wasteload allocations.

Facility VPDES No.
ACSA - Middle River Regional WWTP VA0064793
North River WWTF VA0060640
Waynesboro WWTP VA0025151
Front Royal WWTP VA0062812
Broad Run WRF VA0091383
Leesburg WPCF VA0092282
VA American Water Prince William - Section 1 WWTF VA0024724
VA American Water Prince William - Section 8 WWTF VA0024678
H. L. Mooney WWTF VA0025101
Opequan WRF VA065552
Parkins Mill WWTF VA0075191
Alexandria Renew Enterprises WWTP VA0025160
Arlington County WPCF VA0025143
Noman M Cole Jr PCP VA0025364
Aquia WWTP VA0060968
Culpeper WWTP VA0061590
FMC WWTF VA0068110
Fredericksburg WWTF VA0025127
Little Falls Run WWTF VA0076392
Massaponax WWTF VA0025658
HRSD - York River STP VA0081311
Totopotomoy WWTP VA0089915
Lynchburg STP VA0024970
Moores Creek Advanced WRRF VA0025518
Falling Creek WWTP VA0024996
Henrico County WWTP VA0063690
Hopewell WWTP VA0066630
HRSD - Boat Harbor STP VA0081256
HRSD - James River STP VA0081272
HRSD - Williamsburg STP VA0081302
Proctor's Creek WWTP VA0060194
Richmond WWTP VA0063177
South Central Wastewater Authority WWTP VA0025437
HRSD - Nansemond STP VA0081299
HRSD - Army Base STP VA0081230
HRSD - VIP WWTP VA0081281

A. Enhanced Nutrient Removal Certainty Program Facilities

Facility VPDES No.
HRSD - York River STP VA0081311
HRSD - Boat Harbor STP VA0081256
HRSD - James River STP VA0081272
HRSD - Williamsburg STP VA0081302
HRSD - Nansemond STP VA0081299
HRSD - Army Base STP VA0081230
HRSD - VIP WWTP VA0081281 ]

B.Chlorophyll-a based total phosphorus wasteload allocations.

Facility VPDES No.
Richmond WWTP VA0063177
Falling Creek WWTP VA0024996
Proctor's Creek WWTP VA0060194
Henrico County WWTP VA0063690
Phillip Morris - Park 500 VA0026557
Hopewell WWTP [ VA0063690 VA0066630 ]
South Central Wastewater Authority WWTP VA0025437