To enter upon the permittee's premises.
To have access to and copy any records required by the permit.
To inspect any activities regulated by the permit.
To sample any waste streams regulated by the permit.
f) The permittee must provide EPA with any requested information pertinent
to any permit action contemplated by EPA.
g) All samples and measurements taken for the purpose of monitoring must be
representative of the monitored activity.
h) All monitoring records must be kept for a minimum of three years.
period can be extended by EPA. Monitoring records include the following data.
The date, exact place, and time of sampling or measurements.
The individual(s) who performed the sampling or measurements.
The date(s) analyses were performed.
The individual(s) who performed the analyses.
The analytical techniques or methods used.
The results of such analyses.
i) The permittee must
notify EPA of any planned changes to the facility,
any anticipated noncompliance, and
any permit transfer. Any noncompliance which may
endanger health or the environment
must be reported verbally to EPA within 24 hours and
a written report must be submitted
within five days.
j) All monitoring must be conducted according to test procedures approved by
40 CFR 136, Guidelines establishing test procedures for the analysis of pollutants,
unless other procedures are specifically approved by EPA.
All averages must be done on an arithmetic basis. All results must be reported.
k) Any unanticipated bypass or upset which exceeds any permit effluent
limitation must be reported to the EPA within 24 hours.