40 CFR Part 455, Table 2 to Part 455 - Organic Pesticide Active Ingredient Effluent Limitations Best Available Technology Economically Achievable (BAT) and Pretreatment Standards for Existing Sources (PSES)

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Table 2 to Part 455—Organic Pesticide Active Ingredient Effluent Limitations Best Available Technology Economically Achievable (BAT) and Pretreatment Standards for Existing Sources (PSES)
Pesticide kg/kkg (lb/1,000 lb) Pounds of pollutant per 1000 lbs. product Notes
Daily maximum shall not exceed Monthly average shall not exceed
1 No discharge of process wastewater pollutants.
Notes:
1Monitor and report as total Trifluralin.
2Pounds of product include Benomyl and any Carbendazim production not converted to Benomyl.
3Monitor and report as total tin.
4Applies to purification by recrystalization portion of the process.
2,4-D 1.97×10−3 6.40×10−4
2,4-D Salts and Esters (1) (1)
2,4-DB Salts and Esters (1) (1)
Acephate 6.39×10−4 1.97×10−4
Acifluorfen 2.45 9.3×10−1
Alachlor 5.19×10−3 1.54×10−3
Aldicarb 7.23×10−4 3.12×10−4
Ametryn 7.72×10−3 2.53×10−3
Atrazine 5.12×10−3 1.72×10−3
Azinphos Methyl 2.74×10−2 1.41×10−2
Benfluralin 3.22×10−4 1.09×10−4 1
Benomyl and Carbendazim 3.50×10−2 8.94×10−3 2
Bolstar 1.69×10−2 8.72×10−3
Bromacil 3.83×10−1 1.16×10−1
Bromacil, lithium (1) (1)
Bromoxynil 3.95×10−3 1.27×10−3
Bromoxynil octanoate 3.95×10−3 1.27×10−3
Busan 40 [Potassium N-hydroxymethyl -N- methyldithiocarbamate] 5.74×10−3 1.87×10−3
Busan 85 [Potassium dimethyldithiocarbamate] 5.74×10−3 1.87×10−3
Butachlor 5.19×10−3 1.54×10−3
Captafol 4.24×10−6 1.31×10−6
Carbam-S [Sodium dimethyldithiocarbamate] 5.74×10−3 1.87×10−3
Carbaryl 1.6×10−3 7.3×10−4
Carbofuran 1.18×10−4 2.80×10−5
Chloroneb 8.16×10−2 3.31×10−2
Chlorothalonil 1.51×10−3 4.57×10−4
Chlorpyrifos 8.25×10−4 2.43×10−4
Cyanazine 1.03×10−2 3.33×10−3
Dazomet 5.74×10−3 1.87×10−3
DCPA 7.79×10−2 2.64×10−2
DEF [S,S,S-Tributyl phosphorotrithioate] 1.15×10−2 5.58×10−3
Diazinon 2.82×10−3 1.12×10−3
Dichlorprop Salts and Esters (1) (1)
Dichlorvos 9.6×10−5 2.95×10−5
Dinoseb 4.73 1.43
Dioxathion 3.40×10−2 1.29×10−2
Disulfoton 7.33×10−3 3.79×10−3
Diuron 3.15×10−2 1.4×10−2
Endothall Salts and Esters (1) (1)
Endrin 2.2×10−2 5.1×10−3
Ethalfluralin 3.22×10−4 1.09×10−4 1
Ethion 5.51×10−3 1.57×10−3
Fenarimol 1.02×10−1 3.61×10−2
Fensulfothion 1.48×10−2 7.64×10−3
Fenthion 1.83×10−2 9.45×10−3
Fenvalerate 5.40×10−3 2.08×10−3
Heptachlor 8.8×10−3 2.9×10−3
Isopropalin 7.06×10−3 2.49×10−3 1
KN Methyl [Potassium N-methyldithiocarbamate] 5.74×10−3 1.87×10−3
Linuron 2.69×10−3 1.94×10−3
Malathion 2.35×10−4 9.55×10−5
MCPA Salts and Esters (1) (1)
MCPP Salts and Esters (1) (1)
Merphos 1.15×10−2 5.58×10−3
Methamidophos 1.46×10−2 7.53×10−3
Methomyl 3.82×10−3 1.76×10−3
Methoxychlor 3.23×10−3 1.31×10−3
Metribuzin 1.36×10−2 7.04×10−3
Mevinphos 1.44×10−4 5.10×10−5
Nabam 5.74×10−3 1.87×10−3
Nabonate 5.74×10−3 1.87×10−3
Naled (1) (1)
Norflurazon 7.20×10−4 3.10×10−4
Organo-tin pesticides 1.72×10−2 7.42×10−3 3
Parathion 7.72×10−4 3.43×10−4
Parathion methyl 7.72×10−4 3.43×10−4
PCNB 5.75×10−4 1.90×10−4
Pendimethalin 1.30×10−2 3.99×10−3
Permethrin 2.32×10−4 6.06×10−5
Phorate 3.12×10−4 9.37×10−5
Phosmet (1) (1) 4
Prometon 7.72×10−3 2.53×10−3
Prometryn 7.72×10−3 2.53×10−3
Pronamide 6.64×10−4 2.01×10−4
Propachlor 5.19×10−3 1.54×10−3
Propanil 1.06×10−3 4.84×10−4
Propazine 7.72×10−3 2.53×10−3
Pyrethrin I and Pyrethrin II 1.24×10−2 3.33×10−3
Simazine 7.72×10−3 2.53×10−3
Stirofos 4.10×10−3 1.35×10−3
TCMTB 3.89×10−3 1.05×10−3
Tebuthiuron 9.78×10−2 3.40×10−2
Terbacil 3.83×10−1 1.16×10−1
Terbufos 4.92×10−4 1.26×10−4
Terbuthylazine 7.72×10−3 2.53×10−3
Terbutryn 7.72×10−3 2.53×10−3
Toxaphene 1.02×10−2 3.71×10−3
Triadimefon 6.52×10−2 3.41×10−2
Trifluralin 3.22×10−4 1.09×10−4 1
Vapam [Sodium methyldithiocarbamate] 5.74×10−3 1.87×10−3
Ziram [Zinc dimethyldithiocarbanate] 5.74×10−3 1.87×10−3
[58 FR 50695, Sept. 28, 1993, as amended at 63 FR 39443, July 22, 1998]

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