40 CFR 461.65 - Pretreatment standards for new sources (PSNS).

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§ 461.65 Pretreatment standards for new sources (PSNS).
(a) Except as provided in § 403.7 any new source subject to this subpart that introduces pollutants into a publicly owned treatment works must comply with 40 CFR part 403 and achieve the following pretreatment standards for new sources listed below:
(1) Subpart F—Silver Chloride Cathodes—Chemically Reduced—PSNS.
Pollutant or pollutant property Maximum for any 1 day Maximum for monthly average
Metric units—mg/kg of silver processed
English units—pounds per 1,000,000 pounds of silver processed
Lead 22.93 10.65
Silver 23.75 9.83
(2) Subpart F—Silver Chloride Cathodes—Electrolytic PSNS.
Pollutant or pollutant property Maximum for any 1 day Maximum for monthly average
Metric units—mg/kg of silver processed
English units—pounds per 1,000,000 pounds of silver processed
Lead 40.6 18.9
Silver 42.1 17.4
(3) Subpart F—Cell Testing—PSNS.
Pollutant or pollutant property Maximum for any 1 day Maximum for monthly average
Metric units—mg/kg of cells produced
English units—pounds per 1,000,000 pounds of cells produced
Lead 19.5 7.89
Silver 15.3 6.31
(4) Subpart F—Floor and Equipment Wash—PSNS.
Pollutant or pollutant property Maximum for any 1 day Maximum for monthly average
Metric units—mg/kg of cells produced
English units—pounds per 1,000,000 pounds of cells produced
Lead 0.026 0.012
Silver 0.027 0.011
(b) There shall be no discharge allowance for process wastewater pollutants from any battery manufacturing operation other than those battery manufacturing operations listed above.

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