The following definitions are applicable to terms used in
this chapter. Definitions of other terms and the meanings of other
abbreviations are set forth in ss.
(1) "Aluminum basis material" means aluminum,
aluminum alloys and aluminum coated steels which are processed in coil
(2) "Area processed" means
the area actually exposed to process solutions, usually including both sides of
the metal strip.
material" means the coiled strip which is processed.
(4) "Can" means a container formed from sheet
metal and consisting of a body and 2 ends, or a body and a top.
(5) "Canmaking" means the process or
processes used to manufacture seamless can bodies, which are washed, from a
(6) "Coil" means a
strip of basis material which is rolled for handling.
(7) "Coil coating" means the process of
converting basis material strip into coated stock using at least 2 of 3 process
operations, namely cleaning, conversion coating or painting.
(8) "Existing source" means any point source,
except a new source as defined in sub. (10), from which pollutants may be
discharged either into the waters of the state or into a publicly owned
basis material" means zinc coated steel, galvalum, brass and other copper base
strip which is processed in coil coating.
"New source", as defined for new source
performance standards and pretreatment standards for new sources, means any
point source from which pollutants are or may be discharged directly into the
waters of the state, or into a publicly owned treatment works, the construction
of which commenced:
(a) After January 12, 1981
for any facility subject to provisions of the steel, galvanized or aluminum
basis material subcategories, or
(b) After February 10, 1983 for any facility
subject to provisions of the canmaking subcategory.
(11) "Steel basis material" means cold rolled
steel, hot rolled steel, and chrome nickel and tin coated steel which are
processed in coil coating.
"TTO" and "total toxic organics" mean the sum of all quantifiable values
greater than 0.010 mg/l of the following toxic organic compounds:
1, 1, 1 - Trichloroethane
1, 1 - Dichloroethane
1, 1, 2, 2 - Tetrachloroethane
Bis (2-chloroethyl) ether
1, 1 - Dichloroethylene
Methylene chloride (dichloromethane)
Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate