Virginia Administrative Code

Database updated through March 17, 2010

9VAC25-720-10. Definitions.

The following words and terms when used in this chapter shall have the following meanings unless the context clearly indicates otherwise:

"Assimilative capacity" means the greatest amount of loading that a water can receive without violating water quality standards, significantly degrading waters of existing high quality, or interfering with the beneficial use of state waters.

"Best management practices (BMP)" means a schedule of activities, prohibition of practices, maintenance procedures and other management practices to prevent or reduce the pollution of state waters. BMPs include treatment requirements, operating and maintenance procedures, schedule of activities, prohibition of activities, and other management practices to control plant site runoff, spillage, leaks, sludge or waste disposal, or drainage from raw material storage.

"Best practicable control technology currently available (BPT)" means control measures required of point source discharges (other than POTWs) as determined by the EPA pursuant to § 304(b)(1) of the CWA (33 USC § 1251 et seq.) as of 1987.

"Board" means the State Water Control Board (SWCB).

"Chesapeake Bay Watershed" means the following Virginia river basins: Potomac River Basin (9VAC25-260-390 and 9VAC25-260-400), James River Basin (9VAC25-260-410, 9VAC25-260-415, 9VAC25-260-420, and 9VAC25-260-430), Rappahannock River Basin (9VAC25-260-440), Chesapeake Bay and small coastal basins (9VAC25-260-520, Sections 2 through 3g), and the York River Basin (9VAC25-260-530).

"Clean Water Act or Act (CWA)" means 33 USC § 1251 et seq. as amended, as of 1987.

"Delivery factor" means an estimate of the number of pounds of total nitrogen or total phosphorus delivered to tidal waters for every pound discharged from a permitted facility, as determined by the specific geographic location of the permitted facility, to account for attenuation that occurs during riverine transport between the permitted facility and tidal waters. Delivery factors shall be calculated using the Chesapeake Bay Program watershed model.

"Discharge" means when used without qualification, a discharge of a pollutant or any addition of any pollutant or combination of pollutants to state waters or waters of the contiguous zone or ocean or other floating craft when being used for transportation.

"Effluent limitation" means any restriction imposed by the board on quantities, discharge rates or concentrations of pollutants that are discharged from point sources into state waters.

"Effluent limitation guidelines" means a regulation published by EPA under the Act and adopted by the board.

"Effluent limited segment (EL)" means a stream segment where the water quality does and probably will continue to meet state water quality standards after the application of technology-based effluent limitations required by §§ 301(b) and 306 of the CWA (33 USC § 1251 et seq.) as of 1987.

"Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)" means the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

"Equivalent load" means 2,300 pounds per year of total nitrogen and 300 pounds per year of total phosphorus at a flow volume of 40,000 gallons per day; 5,700 pounds per year of total nitrogen and 760 pounds per year of total phosphorus at a flow volume of 100,000 gallons per day; and 28,500 pounds per year of total nitrogen and 3,800 pounds per year of total phosphorus at a flow volume of 500,000 gallons per day.

"Load or loading" means the introduction of an amount of matter or thermal energy into a receiving water. Loading may be either man-caused (pollutant loading) or natural (background loading).

"Load allocation (LA)" means the portion of a receiving water's loading capacity attributable either to one of its existing or future nonpoint sources of pollution or to natural background sources. Load allocations are best estimates of the loading, which may range from accurate estimates to gross allotments, depending on the availability of data and appropriate techniques for predicting the loading. Wherever possible, natural and nonpoint source loads should be distinguished.

"Nonpoint source" means a source of pollution, such as a farm or forest land runoff, urban storm water runoff, mine runoff, or salt water intrusion that is not collected or discharged as a point source.

"Point source" means any discernible, defined and discrete conveyance, including but not limited to any pipe, ditch, channel, tunnel, conduit, well, discrete fissure, container, rolling stock vessel or other floating craft, from which pollutants are or may be discharged. This term does not include return flows from irrigated agricultural land.

"Pollutant" means any substance, radioactive material, or heat that causes or contributes to, or may cause or contribute to, pollution. It does not mean:

1. Sewage from vessels; or

2. Water, gas, or other material that is injected into a well to facilitate production of oil, dry gas, or water derived in association with oil or gas production and disposed of in a well, if the well is used either to facilitate production or for disposal purposes if approved by the Department of Mines, Minerals and Energy unless the board determines that such injection or disposal will result in the degradation of ground or surface water resources.

"Pollution" means such alteration of the physical, chemical or biological properties of any state waters as will or is likely to create a nuisance or render such waters (i) harmful or detrimental or injurious to the public health, safety or welfare, or to the health of animals, fish or aquatic life; (ii) unsuitable with reasonable treatment for use as present or possible future sources of public water supply; or (iii) unsuitable for recreational, commercial, industrial, agricultural, or other reasonable uses; provided that: (a) an alteration of the physical, chemical, or biological property of state waters, or a discharge or deposit of sewage, industrial wastes or other wastes to state waters by any owner, which by itself is not sufficient to cause pollution, but which, in combination with such alteration of or discharge or deposit to state waters by other owners is sufficient to cause pollution; (b) the discharge of untreated sewage by any owner into state waters; and (c) contributing to the contravention of standards of water quality duly established by the board, are "pollution" for the terms and purposes of this water quality management plan.

"Publicly owned treatment works (POTW)" means any sewage treatment works that is owned by a state or municipality. Sewers, pipes, or other conveyances are included in this definition only if they convey wastewater to a POTW providing treatment.

"Significant discharger" means (i) a point source discharger to the Chesapeake Bay watershed with a design capacity of 0.5 million gallons per day or greater, or an equivalent load; (ii) a point source discharger to the Chesapeake Bay watershed downstream of the fall line with a design capacity of 0.1 million gallons per day or greater, or an equivalent load; (iii) a planned or newly expanding point source discharger to the Chesapeake Bay watershed that is expected to be in operation by 2010 with a permitted design of 0.5 million gallons per day or greater, or an equivalent load; or (iv) a planned or newly expanding point source discharger to the Chesapeake Bay watershed downstream of the fall line with a design capacity of 0.1 million gallons per day or greater, or an equivalent load, that is expected to be in operation by 2010.

"State waters" means all waters, on the surface and under the ground and wholly or partially within or bordering the Commonwealth or within its jurisdiction, including wetlands.

"Surface water" means all waters in the Commonwealth except ground waters as defined in § 62.1-255 of the Code of Virginia.

"Total maximum daily load (TMDL)" means the sum of the individual waste load allocations (WLAs) for point sources, load allocations (LAs) for nonpoint sources, natural background loading and usually a safety factor. TMDLs can be expressed in terms of either mass per time, toxicity, or other appropriate measure. The TMDL process provides for point versus nonpoint source trade-offs.

"Toxic pollutant" means any agent or material including, but not limited to, those listed under § 307(a) of the CWA (33 USC § 1251 et seq. as of 1987), which after discharge will, on the basis of available information, cause toxicity.

"Toxicity" means the inherent potential or capacity of a material to cause adverse effects in a living organism, including acute or chronic effects to aquatic life, detrimental effects on human health or other adverse environmental effects.

"Virginia Pollution Discharge Elimination System (VPDES) permit" means a document issued by the board, pursuant to 9VAC25-31, authorizing, under prescribed conditions, the potential or actual discharge of pollutants from a point source to surface waters.

"Waste load allocation (WLA)" means the portion of a receiving water's loading or assimilative capacity allocated to one of its existing or future point sources of pollution. WLAs are a type of water quality-based effluent limitation.

"Water quality limited segment (WQL)" means any stream segment where the water quality does not or will not meet applicable water quality standards, even after the application of technology-based effluent limitations required by §§ 301(b) and 306 of the CWA (33 USC § 1251 et seq. as of 1987).

"Water quality management plan (WQMP)" means a state- or area-wide waste treatment management plan developed and updated in accordance with the provisions of §§ 205(j), 208 and 303 of the CWA (33 USC § 1251 et seq. as of 1987).

"Water quality standards (WQS)" means narrative statements that describe water quality requirements in general terms, and of numeric limits for specific physical, chemical, biological or radiological characteristics of water. These narrative statements and numeric limits describe water quality necessary to meet and maintain reasonable and beneficial uses such as swimming and, other water based recreation, public water supply and the propagation and growth of aquatic life. The adoption of water quality standards under the State Water Control Law is one of the board's methods of accomplishing the law's purpose.

Statutory Authority

§ 62.1-44.15 of the Code of Virginia; § 303 of the federal Clean Water Act.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 19, Issue 14, eff. April 24, 2003; amended, Virginia Register Volume 22, Issue 3, eff. November 16, 2005.

9VAC25-720-20. Purpose.

The purpose of this regulation is to list by major river basin the following:

EPA-approved and board-adopted total maximum daily loads (TMDLs) and the stream segment classifications, effluent limitations including water quality based effluent limitations, and waste load allocations contained in the existing water quality management plans (WQMPs).

Statutory Authority

§ 62.1-44.15 of the Code of Virginia and 33 USC § 1313(e) of the Clean Water Act.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 19, Issue 14, eff. April 24, 2003.

9VAC25-720-30. Relationship to 9VAC25-40, Regulation for Nutrient Enriched Waters and Dischargers within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.

The provisions of this chapter and 9VAC25-40, Regulation for Nutrient Enriched Waters and Dischargers within the Chesapeake Bay Watershed, constitute the nutrient reduction requirements for point source discharges in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed to protect the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal rivers.

Statutory Authority

§ 62.1-44.15 of the Code of Virginia; § 303 of the federal Clean Water Act.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 22, Issue 3, eff. November 16, 2005.

9VAC25-720-40. Implementing Nitrogen and Phosphorus Waste Load Allocations in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.

A. Nitrogen and phosphorus waste load allocations assigned to individual significant dischargers in 9VAC25-720-50 C, 9VAC25-720-60 C, 9VAC25-720-70 C, 9VAC25-720-110 C, and 9VAC25-720-120 C may be exchanged in accordance with the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Nutrient Credit Exchange Program established under Article 4.02 (§ 62.1-44.19:12 et seq.) of Chapter 3.1 of Title 62.1 of the Code of Virginia. Exchanges must account for the delivery factor applicable to each discharge based upon its location within the river basin and calculated by the Chesapeake Bay Program watershed model.

B. The nitrogen and phosphorus waste load allocations assigned to individual significant dischargers in 9VAC25-720-50 C, 9VAC25-720-60 C, 9VAC25-720-70 C, 9VAC25-720-110 C, and 9VAC25-720-120 C are considered to be bioavailable to aquatic life. On a case-by-case basis, a discharger may demonstrate to the satisfaction of the board that a significant portion of the nutrients discharged by the facility is not bioavailable to aquatic life. In these cases, the board may limit the permitted discharge to reflect only that portion of the assigned waste load allocation that is bioavailable. Such limits shall be consistent with the assumptions and methods used to derive the allocations through the Chesapeake Bay watershed and water quality models.

C. Unless otherwise noted, the nitrogen and phosphorus waste load allocations assigned to individual significant dischargers in 9VAC25-720-50 C, 9VAC25-720-60 C, 9VAC25-720-70 C, 9VAC25-720-110 C, and 9VAC25-720-120 C 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 significant portion of the nutrient load originates in its intake water. In these cases, the board may limit the permitted discharge to reflect only the net nutrient load portion of the assigned waste load allocation. Such limits shall be consistent with the assumptions and methods used to derive the allocations through the Chesapeake Bay watershed and water quality models.

D. The board may amend this regulation to adjust individual nitrogen and phosphorus waste load allocations. Reasons for considering such an adjustment include, but are not limited to:

1. A discharger completes or does not complete a plant expansion as evidenced by issuance of a Certificate To Operate by December 31, 2010; or

2. A river basin nutrient load allocation is not achieved.

Any adjustment to an individual waste load allocation must ensure water quality standards are maintained.

Statutory Authority

§ 62.1-44.15 of the Code of Virginia; § 303 of the federal Clean Water Act.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 22, Issue 3, eff. November 16, 2005.

9VAC25-720-50. Potomac-Shenandoah River Basin.

A. Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDLs).

TMDL #

Stream Name

TMDL Title

City/County

WBID

Pollutant

WLA

Units

1.

Muddy Creek

Nitrate TMDL Development for Muddy Creek/Dry River, Virginia

Rockingham

B21R

Nitrate

49,389.00

LB/YR

2.

Blacks Run

TMDL Development for Blacks Run and Cooks Creek

Rockingham

B25R

Sediment

32,844.00

LB/YR

3.

Cooks Creek

TMDL Development for Blacks Run and Cooks Creek

Rockingham

B25R

Sediment

69,301.00

LB/YR

4.

Cooks Creek

TMDL Development for Blacks Run and Cooks Creek

Rockingham

B25R

Phosphorus

0

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

138.00

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 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.

Abrams Creek

Opequon Watershed TMDLs for Benthic Impairments

Frederick and Clark

B09R

Sediment

1039

T/YR

59.

Lower Opequon

Opequon Watershed TMDLs for Benthic Impairments

Frederick and Clark

B09R

Sediment

1039

T/YR

B. Non-TMDL waste load 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

001

North River

15.01

CBOD5, JAN-MAY

700

KG/D

 

7.23.04

AKA Harrisonburg - Rockingham Reg. Sewer Auth.

 

 

 

CBOD5, JUN-DEC

800

KG/D

TKN, JUN-DEC

420

KG/D

TKN, JAN-MAY

850

KG/D

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

Virginia Waterbody ID

Discharger Name

VPDES Permit No.

Total Nitrogen (TN) Waste Load Allocation (lbs/yr)

Total Phosphorus (TP) Waste Load Allocation (lbs/yr)

B37R

Coors Brewing Company

VA0073245

54,820

4,112

B14R

Fishersville Regional STP

VA0025291

48,729

3,655

B32R

INVISTA - Waynesboro (Outfall 101)

VA0002160

78,941

1,009

B39R

Luray STP

VA0062642

19,492

1,462

B35R

Massanutten PSA STP

VA0024732

18,273

1,371

B37R

Merck - Stonewall WWTP (Outfall 101) (10)

VA0002178

14,619

1,096

B12R

Middle River Regional STP

VA0064793

82,839

6,213

B23R

North River WWTF (2)

VA0060640

253,391

19,004

B22R

VA Poultry Growers -Hinton

VA0002313

27,410

1,371

B38R

Pilgrims Pride - Alma

VA0001961

18,273

914

B31R

Stuarts Draft WWTP

VA0066877

48,729

3,655

B32R

Waynesboro STP

VA0025151

48,729

3,655

B23R

Weyers Cave STP

VA0022349

6,091

457

B58R

Berryville STP

VA0020532

8,528

640

B55R

Front Royal STP

VA0062812

48,729

3,655

B49R

Georges Chicken LLC

VA0077402

31,065

1,553

B48R

Mt. Jackson STP (3)

VA0026441

8,528

640

B45R

New Market STP

VA0022853

6,091

457

B45R

North Fork (SIL) WWTF

VA0090263

23,390

1,754

B49R

Stoney Creek SD STP

VA0028380

7,309

548

B50R

North Fork Regional WWTP (1)

VA0090328

9,137

685

B51R

Strasburg STP

VA0020311

11,939

895

B50R

Woodstock STP

VA0026468

24,364

1,827

A06R

Basham Simms WWTF (4)

VA0022802

18,273

1,371

A09R

Broad Run WRF (5)

VA0091383

134,005

3,350

A08R

Leesburg WPCF

MD0066184

121,822

9,137

A06R

Round Hill Town WWTF

VA0026212

9,137

685

A25R

DSC - Section 1 WWTF (6)

VA0024724

42,029

2,522

A25R

DSC - Section 8 WWTF (7)

VA0024678

42,029

2,522

A25E

H L Mooney WWTF

VA0025101

219,280

13,157

A22R

UOSA - Centreville

VA0024988

1,315,682

16,446

A19R

Vint Hill WWTF (8)

VA0020460

8,680

868

B08R

Opequon WRF

VA0065552

102,336

7,675

B08R

Parkins Mills STP (9)

VA0075191

60,911

4,568

A13E

Alexandria SA WWTF

VA0025160

493,381

29,603

A12E

Arlington County Water PCF

VA0025143

365,467

21,928

A16R

Noman M Cole Jr PCF

VA0025364

612,158

36,729

A12R

Blue Plains (VA Share)

DC0021199

581,458

26,166

A26R

Quantico WWTF

VA0028363

20,101

1,206

A28R

Aquia WWTF

VA0060968

73,093

4,386

A31E

Colonial Beach STP

VA0026409

18,273

1,827

A30E

Dahlgren WWTF

VA0026514

9,137

914

A29E

Fairview Beach

MD0056464

1,827

183

A30E

US NSWC-Dahlgren WWTF

VA0021067

6,578

658

A31R

Purkins Corner STP

VA0070106

1,096

110

 

TOTALS:

 

5,156,169

246,635

NOTE: (1) Shenandoah Co. - North Fork Regional WWTP waste load allocations (WLAs) based on a design flow capacity of 0.75 million gallons per day (MGD). If plant is not certified to operate at 0.75 MGD design flow capacity by December 31, 2010, the WLAs will be deleted and facility removed from Significant Discharger List.

(2) Harrisonburg-Rockingham Regional S.A.-North River STP: waste load allocations (WLAs) based on a design flow capacity of 20.8 million gallons per day (MGD). If plant is not certified to operate at 20.8 MGD design flow capacity by December 31, 2011, the WLAs will decrease to TN = 194,916 lbs/yr; TP = 14,619 lbs/yr, based on a design flow capacity of 16.0 MGD.

(3) Mount Jackson STP: waste load allocations (WLAs) based on a design flow capacity of 0.7 million gallons per day (MGD). If plant is not certified to operate at 0.7 MGD design flow capacity by December 31, 2010, the WLAs will decrease to TN = 7,309 lbs/yr; TP = 548 lbs/yr, based on a design flow capacity of 0.6 MGD.

(4) Purcellville-Basham Simms STP: waste load allocations (WLAs) based on a design flow capacity of 1.5 million gallons per day (MGD). If plant is not certified to operate at 1.5 MGD design flow capacity by December 31, 2010, the WLAs will decrease to TN = 12,182 lbs/yr; TP = 914lbs/yr, based on a design flow capacity of 1.0 MGD.

(5) Loudoun Co. S.A.-Broad Run WRF: waste load allocations (WLAs) based on a design flow capacity of 11.0 million gallons per day (MGD). If plant is not certified to operate at 11.0 MGD design flow capacity by December 31, 2010, the WLAs will decrease to TN = 121,822 lbs/yr; TP = 3,046 lbs/yr, based on a design flow capacity of 10.0 MGD.

(6) Dale Service Corp.-Section 1 WWTF: waste load allocations (WLAs) based on a design flow capacity of 4.6 million gallons per day (MGD). If plant is not certified to operate at 4.6 MGD design flow capacity by December 31, 2010, the WLAs will decrease to TN = 36,547 lbs/yr; TP = 2,193 lbs/yr, based on a design flow capacity of 4.0 MGD.

(7) Dale Service Corp.-Section 8 WWTF: waste load allocations (WLAs) based on a design flow capacity of 4.6 million gallons per day (MGD). If plant is not certified to operate at 4.6 MGD design flow capacity by December 31, 2010, the WLAs will decrease to TN = 36,547 lbs/yr; TP = 2,193 lbs/yr, based on a design flow capacity of 4.0 MGD.

(8) Fauquier Co. W&SA-Vint Hill STP: waste load allocations (WLAs) based on a design flow capacity of 0.95 million gallons per day (MGD). If plant is not certified to operate at 0.95 MGD design flow capacity by December 31, 2011, the WLAs will decrease to TN = 5,482 lbs/yr; TP = 548 lbs/yr, based on a design flow capacity of 0.6 MGD.

(9) Parkins Mill STP: waste load allocations (WLAs) based on a design flow capacity of 5.0 million gallons per day (MGD). If plant is not certified to operate at 5.0 MGD design flow capacity by December 31, 2010, the WLAs will decrease to TN = 36,547 lbs/yr; TP = 2,741 lbs/yr, based on a design flow capacity of 3.0 MGD.

(10) Merck-Stonewall – (a) on January 1, 2011, the following waste load allocations (WLAs) are effective and supersede the existing WLAs: total nitrogen of 43,835 lbs/yr and total phosphorus of 4,384 lbs/yr; (b) waste load allocations will be reviewed and possibly reduced based on "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; (c) 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 (d) the allocations are not transferable and compliance credits are only generated if discharged loads are less than the loads identified in clause (c).

Statutory Authority

§ 62.1-44.15 of the Code of Virginia and 33 USC § 1313(e) of the Clean Water Act.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 19, Issue 14, eff. April 24, 2003; Errata, 19:18 VA.R. 2746, 2747 May 19, 2003; amended, Virginia Register Volume 20, Issue 24, eff. September 8, 2004; Volume 21, Issue 9, eff. February 9, 2005; Errata, 21:11 VA.R. 1425 February 7, 2005; amended, Virginia Register Volume 21, Issue 12, eff. March 23, 2005; Volume 22, Issue 2, eff. November 2, 2005; Volume 22, Issue 3, eff. November 16, 2005; Volume 22, Issue 6, eff. December 28, 2005; Volume 23, Issue 11, eff. March 21, 2007; Volume 23, Issue 15, eff. May 2, 2007; Volume 23, Issue 23, eff. October 22, 2007; Volume 24, Issue 2, eff. November 15, 2007; Volume 24, Issue 18, eff. June 11, 2008; Volume 25, Issue 20, eff. July 8, 2009; Volume 26, Issue 6, eff. December 23, 2009; Volume 26, Issue 10, eff. February 18, 2010; Errata, 26:11 VA.R. 1859 February 1, 2010.

9VAC25-720-60. James River Basin.

A. Total maximum daily load (TMDLs).

TMDL #

Stream Name

TMDL Title

City/County

WBID

Pollutant

WLA

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, and Orange

H27R
H28R

Sediment

10,229

Lbs/Day

B. Stream segment classifications, effluent limitations including water quality based effluent limitations, and waste load 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

Mechum 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 Licking Hole 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.

1.2-00

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

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 percent 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 S.T.P.

 

130.0

 

Buffalo River

2-7

E.L.

9.6-0.0

Amherst S.T.P.

150.0

120.0

30.0 (20%)

Rockfish River

2-6

E.L.

9.5-0.0

Schuyler S.T.P.

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 trib. 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 S.T.P.

69.0

55.0

14.0 (20%)

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

VDMH & R 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

VA0068233

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

TABLE B5 - 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.

TABLE B6 - *Note: A new stream segment classification for the Upper James 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 WASTE LOADS (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

 

-

 

 

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 - WASTE LOAD 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

 

 

 

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 - WASTE LOAD 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

 

 

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 - WASTE LOAD 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

 

 

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 waste load allocations to restore the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal rivers.

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

Virginia Waterbody ID

Discharger Name

VPDES Permit No.

Total Nitrogen (TN) Waste Load Allocation (lbs/yr)

Total Phosphorus (TP) Waste Load Allocation (lbs/yr)

I37R

Buena Vista STP

VA0020991

41,115

3,426

I09R

Clifton Forge STP

VA0022772

36,547

3,046

I09R

Covington STP

VA0025542

54,820

4,568

H02R

Georgia Pacific

VA0003026

122,489

49,658

I37R

Lees Carpets

VA0004677

30,456

12,182

I35R

Lexington-Rockbridge WQCF

VA0088161

54,820

4,568

I09R

Low Moor STP

VA0027979

9,137

761

I09R

Lower Jackson River STP

VA0090671

27,410

2,284

I04R

MeadWestvaco

VA0003646

394,400

159,892

H12R

Amherst STP

VA0031321

10,964

914

H05R

BWX Technologies Inc.

VA0003697

187,000

1,523

H05R

Greif Inc.

VA0006408

73,246

29,694

H31R

Lake Monticello STP

VA0024945

18,182

1,515

H05R

Lynchburg STP (1)

VA0024970

536,019

33,501

H28R

Moores Creek Regional STP

VA0025518

274,100

22,842

H38R

Powhatan CC STP

VA0020699

8,588

716

J11R

Crewe WWTP

VA0020303

9,137

761

J01R

Farmville WWTP

VA0083135

43,856

3,655

G02E

R. J. Reynolds

VA0002780

25,583

1,919

G01E

E I du Pont - Spruance

VA0004669

201,080

7,816

G01E

Falling Creek WWTP

VA0024996

153,801

15,380

G01E

Henrico County WWTP

VA0063690

1,142,085

114,209

G03E

Honeywell – Hopewell

VA0005291

1,090,798

51,592

G03R

Hopewell WWTP

VA0066630

1,827,336

76,139

G15E

HRSD – Boat Harbor STP

VA0081256

740,000

76,139

G11E

HRSD – James River STP

VA0081272

1,250,000

60,911

G10E

HRSD – Williamsburg STP

VA0081302

800,000

68,525

G02E

Philip Morris – Park 500

VA0026557

139,724

2,650

G01E

Proctors Creek WWTP

VA0060194

411,151

41,115

G01E

Richmond WWTP (1)

VA0063177

1,096,402

68,525

G02E

Dominion-Chesterfield (2)

VA0004146

352,036

210

J15R

South Central WW Authority

VA0025437

350,239

35,024

G07R

Chickahominy WWTP

VA0088480

6,167

123

G05R

Tyson Foods – Glen Allen

VA0004031

19,552

 409

G11E

HRSD – Nansemond STP

VA0081299

750,000

91,367

G15E

HRSD – Army Base STP

VA0081230

610,000

54,820

G15E

HRSD – VIP WWTP

VA0081281

750,000

121,822

G15E

JH Miles & Company

VA0003263

153,500

21,500

C07E

HRSD – Ches.-Elizabeth STP

VA0081264

1,100,000

108,674

 

TOTALS

 

14,901,739

1,354,375

NOTES: (1) Waste load 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.

(2) Waste load 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.

Statutory Authority

§ 62.1-44.15 of the Code of Virginia; 33 USC § 1313 of the federal Clean Water Act.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 19, Issue 14, eff. April 24, 2003; Errata, 19:20 VA.R. 2999 June 16, 2003; amended, Virginia Register Volume 20, Issue 24, eff. September 8, 2004; Volume 21, Issue 9, eff. February 9, 2005; Volume 21, Issue 17, eff. June 1, 2005; Volume 22, Issue 7, eff. January 11, 2006; Errata, 22:12 VA.R. 2064 February 20, 2006; amended, Virginia Register Volume 23, Issue 12, eff. May 21, 2007; Errata, 25:19 VA.R. 3464 May 25, 2009; amended, Virginia Register Volume 25, Issue 20, eff. July 8, 2009.

9VAC25-720-70. Rappahannock River Basin.

A. Total maximum Daily Load (TMDLs).

B. Stream segment classifications, effluent limitations including water quality based effluent limitations, and waste load 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 waste load allocations to restore the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal rivers.

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

Virginia Waterbody ID

Discharger Name

VPDES Permit No.

Total Nitrogen (TN) Waste Load Allocation (lbs/yr)

Total Phosphorus (TP) Waste Load Allocation (lbs/yr)

E09R

Culpeper WWTP (1)

VA0061590

54,820

4,112

E02R

Marshall WWTP

VA0031763

7,797

585

E09R

Mountain Run STP (2)

VA0090212

30,456

2,284

E13R

Orange STP

VA0021385

36,547

2,741

E11R

Rapidan STP

VA0090948

7,309

548

E02R

Remington WWTP (3)

VA0076805

30,456

2,284

E02R

Clevengers Corner STP (4)

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

65,784

4,934

E20E

Fredericksburg WWTF

VA0025127

54,820

4,112

E21E

Haymount WWTF (5)

VA0089125

11,695

877

E24E

Haynesville CC WWTP

VA0023469

2,802

210

E21E

Hopyard Farms STP

VA0089338

6,091

457

E20E

Little Falls Run WWTF

VA0076392

97,458

7,309

E20E

Massaponax WWTF

VA0025658

97,458

7,309

E23R

Montross Westmoreland WWTP

VA0072729

1,584

119

E21E

Oakland Park STP

VA0086789

1,706

128

E23E

Tappahannock WWTP

VA0071471

9,746

731

E26E

Urbanna WWTP

VA0026263

1,218

91

E21R

US Army - Ft. A P Hill WWTP

VA0032034

6,457

484

E23E

Warsaw Aerated Lagoons

VA0026891

3,655

274

C01E

Omega Protein - Reedville

VA0003867

21,213

1,591

C01E

Reedville Sanitary District

VA0060712

2,436

183

C01E

Kilmarnock WTP

VA0020788

6,091

457

 

TOTALS:

 

614,245

46,068

NOTE: (1) Town of Culpeper WWTP waste load allocations (WLAs) based on a design flow capacity of 4.5 million gallons per day (MGD). If plant is not certified to operate at 4.5 MGD design flow capacity by December 31, 2010, the WLAs will decrease to TN = 36,547 lbs/yr; TP = 2,741 lbs/yr, based on a design flow capacity of 3.0 MGD.

(2) Mountain Run STP: waste load allocations (WLAs) based on a design flow capacity of 2.5 million gallons per day (MGD). If plant is not certified to operate at 2.5 MGD design flow capacity by December 31, 2010, the WLAs will decrease to TN = 18,273 lbs/yr; TP = 1,371 lbs/yr, based on a design flow capacity of 1.5 MGD.

(3) Fauquier Co. W&SA-Remington STP: waste load allocations (WLAs) based on a design flow capacity of 2.5 million gallons per day (MGD). If plant is not certified to operate at 2.5 MGD design flow capacity by December 31, 2010, the WLAs will decrease to TN = 24,364 lbs/yr; TP = 1,827 lbs/yr, based on a design flow capacity of 2.0 MGD.

(4) Clevengers Corner STP: waste load allocations (WLAs) based on a design flow capacity of 0.9 million gallons per day (MGD). If plant is not certified to operate at 0.9 MGD design flow capacity by December 31, 2010, the WLAs will decrease to TN = 7,309 lbs/yr; TP = 548 lbs/yr, based on a design flow capacity of 0.6 MGD.

(5) Haymount STP: waste load allocations (WLAs) based on a design flow capacity of 0.96 million gallons per day (MGD). If plant is not certified to operate at 0.96 MGD design flow capacity by December 31, 2010, the WLAs will decrease to TN = 7,066 lbs/yr; TP = 530 lbs/yr, based on a design flow capacity of 0.58 MGD.

Statutory Authority

§ 62.1-44.15 of the Code of Virginia; 33 USC 1313(e) of the Clean Air Act.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 19, Issue 14, eff. April 24, 2003; amended, Virginia Register Volume 22, Issue 3, eff. November 16, 2005; Volume 23, Issue 6, eff. February 26, 2007.

9VAC25-720-80. Roanoke River Basin.

A. Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDLs).

TMDL #

Stream Name

TMDL Title

City/County

WBID

Pollutant

WLA

Units

1.

Ash Camp Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Ash Camp Creek

Charlotte

L39R

Sediment

20.7

T/YR

2.

North Fork Blackwater River

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Upper Blackwater River Watershed

Franklin

L08R

Sediment

0

T/YR

3.

North Fork Blackwater River

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Upper Blackwater River Watershed

Franklin

L08R

Phosphorus

0

T/YR

4.

Upper Blackwater River

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for the Upper Blackwater River Watershed

Franklin

L08R

Sediment

0.526

T/YR

5.

Flat Creek

Benthic TMDL for Flat Creek Watershed, Virginia

Mecklenburg

L79R

Sediment

76.2

T/YR

6.

Twitty's Creek

Benthic TMDL for Twittys Creek Watershed, Virginia

Charlotte

L39R

Sediment

20.4

T/YR

7.

Roanoke River

Benthic TMDL Development for the Roanoke River, Virginia

Roanoke, Montgomery, Floyd, Botetout, Salem, Roanoke

L04R

Sediment

5,189

T/YR

B. Non-TMDL waste load allocations.

Water Body

Permit No.

Facility Name

Outfall No.

Receiving Stream

River Mile

Parameter Description

WLA

Units WLA

VAW-L04R

VA0072389

Oak Ridge Mobile Home Park

001

Falling Creek UT

0.32

BOD5

0.85

KG/D

VAW-L04R

VA0025020

Roanoke City Regional Water Pollution Control Plant

001

Roanoke River

201.81

BOD5

1173

KG/D

TKN, APR-SEP

318

KG/D

TKN, OCT-MAR

636

KG/D

 

 

 

001

Roanoke River

201.81

BOD5

1173

KG/D

TKN, APR-SEP

416

KG/D

TKN, OCT-MAR

832

KG/D

 

 

 

001

Roanoke River

201.81

BOD5

1173

KG/D

TKN, APR-SEP

469

KG/D

TKN, OCT-MAR

939

KG/D

VAW-L04R

VA0077895

Roanoke Moose Lodge

001

Mason Creek

7.79

BOD5, JUN-SEP

0.24

KG/D

TKN, JUN-SEP

0.09

KG/D

VAW-L07R

VA0020842

Bedford County School Board- Stewartsville Elementary School

001

Nat Branch, UT

0.59

BOD5

0.5

KG/D

VAW-L14R

VA0029254

Ferrum Water and Sewage Auth. - Ferrum Sewage Treatment Plant

001

Storey Creek

9.78

BOD5

14.2

KG/D

VAW-L14R

VA0085952

Rocky Mount Town Sewage Treatment Plant

001

Pigg River

52

BOD5

133

KG/D

VAW-L14R

VA0076015

Ronile Incorporated

001

Pigg River

57.24

BOD5

14.8

KG/D

VAW-L21R

VA0063738

Bedford County School Board - Staunton River High School

001

Shoulder Run, UT

0.95

BOD5

1.8

KG/D

VAW-L21R

VA0020869

Bedford County School Board - Thaxton Elementary School

001

Wolf Creek, UT

0.35

BOD5

0.31

KG/D

VAW-L22R

VA0023515

Blue Ridge Regional Jail Auth. - Moneta Adult Detention Facility STP

001

Mattox Creek, UT

3.76

BOD5

1.66

KG/D

VAW-L25R

VA0020851

Bedford County School Board - Otter River Elementary School

001

Big Otter River, UT

1.15

BOD5

0.4

KG/D

VAW-L26R

VA0022390

Bedford City - Sewage Treatment Plant

001

Little Otter River

14.36

BOD5

52.8

KG/D

VAW-L26R

VA0020818

Bedford County School Board - Body Camp Elementary

001

Wells Creek, UT

2.22

BOD5

0.4

KG/D

VAW-L27R

VA0020826

Bedford County School Board - New London Academy

001

Buffalo Creek, UT

0.67

BOD5

0.39

KG/D

VAC-L29R

VA0031194

Briarwood Village Mobile Home Park STP

001

Smith Branch, UT

2.82

BOD5

1.3

KG/D

VAC-L35R

VA0023965

Campbell Co Util & Serv Auth. - Rustburg

001

Mollys Creek

17.81

BOD5

8.13

KG/D

VAC-L39R

VA0084433

Drakes Branch WWTP

001

Twitty's Creek

6.04

BOD5

6.4

KG/D

VAC-L39R

VA0024058

Keysville WWTP

001

Ash Camp Creek

7.63

CBOD5, MAY-NOV

32.1

KG/D

TKN, MAY-NOV

7.57

KG/D

AC-L39R

VA0050822

Westpoint Stevens Inc Drakes Branch

001

Twittys Creek

7.22

BOD5

6.31

KG/D

VAW-L43R

VA0022985

Stuart Town - Sewage Treatment Plant

001

South Mayo River

30.78

BOD5

63.5

KG/D

VAW-L54R

VA0069345

Henry Co Public Service Auth. - Lower Smith River STP

001

Smith River

19.4

BOD5

257

KG/D

VAW-L54R

VA0025305

Martinsville City Sewage Treatment Plant

001

Smith River

22.69

BOD5

681

KG/D

VAC-L60R

VA0060593

Danville City - Northside

001

Dan River

53.32

BOD5, JUN-OCT

1907

KG/D

TKN, JUN-OCT

1817

KG/D

VAC-L66R

VA0020524

Town of Chatham STP

001

Cherrystone Creek

2.49

CBOD5

64.8

KG/D

TKN

38.9

KG/D

VAC-L75L

VA0020168

Clarksville WWTP

001

Blue Creek/John H. Kerr Reservoir

0.1

BOD5

59.5

KG/D

VAC-L77R

VA0076881

Chase City Regional WWTP

001

Little Bluestone Creek

13.67

CBOD5, MAY-NOV

29.5

KG/D

TKN, MAY-NOV

9.5

KG/D

VAC-L78R

VA0026247

Boydton WWTP

001

Coleman Creek

3.79

CBOD5, MAY-NOV

17.7

KG/D

TKN, MAY-NOV

4.1

KG/D

VAC-L79R

VA0069337

South Hill WWTP

001

Flat Creek

8.95

CBOD5, APR-NOV

60.6

KG/D

Statutory Authority

§ 62.1-44.15 of the Code of Virginia and 33 USC § 1313(e) of the Clean Water Act.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 19, Issue 14, eff. April 24, 2003; Errata, 19:18 VA.R. 2746, 2747 May 19, 2003; amended, Virginia Register Volume 21, Issue 9, eff. February 9, 2005; Volume 21, Issue 12, eff. March 23, 2005; Volume 21, Issue 17, eff. June 1, 2005; Volume 22, Issue 6, eff. December 28, 2005; Volume 23, Issue 11, eff. March 21, 2007; Volume 23, Issue 23, eff. October 22, 2007.

9VAC25-720-90. Tennessee-Big Sandy River Basin.

A. Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDLs).

TMDL #

Stream Name

TMDL Title

City/County

WBID

Pollutant

WLA

Units

1.

Guest River

Guest River Total Maximum Load Report

Wise

P11R

Sediment

317.92

LB/YR

2.

Cedar Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for Cedar Creek, Hall/Byers Creek and Hutton Creek

Washington

O05R

Sediment

1,789.93

LB/YR

3.

Hall/Byers Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for Cedar Creek, Hall/Byers Creek and Hutton Creek

Washington

O05R

Sediment

57,533.49

LB/YR

4.

Hutton Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for Cedar Creek, Hall/Byers Creek and Hutton Creek

Washington

O05R

Sediment

91.32

LB/YR

5.

Clinch River

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Upper Clinch River Watershed

Tazewell

P01R

Sediment

206,636

LB/YR

6.

Lewis Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Lewis Creek Watershed

Russell

P04R

Sediment

40,008

LB/YR

7.

Black Creek

General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Black Creek, Wise County, Virginia

Wise

P17R

Manganese

2,127

KG/YR

8.

Dumps Creek

General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Dumps Creek, Russell County, Virginia

Russell

P08R

Total Dissolved Solids

1,631,575

KG/YR

9.

Dumps Creek

General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Dumps Creek, Russell County, Virginia

Russell

P08R

Total Suspended Solids

316,523

KG/YR

10.

Beaver Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for the Beaver Creek Watershed

Washington

O07R

Sediment

784,036

LB/YR

11.

Stock Creek

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

Scott

P13R

Sediment

0

T/YR

12.

Lick Creek

Lick Creek TMDLs for Benthic Impairments-Dickenson, Russell and Wise Counties

Dickenson, Russell and Wise

P10R

Sediment

63

T/YR

13.

Cigarette Hollow

Lick Creek TMDLs for Benthic Impairments-Dickenson, Russell and Wise Counties

Dickenson, Russell and Wise

P10R

Sediment

0.4

T/YR

14.

Laurel Branch

Lick Creek TMDLs for Benthic Impairments-Dickenson, Russell and Wise Counties

Dickenson, Russell and Wise

P10R

Sediment

3.9

T/YR

15.

Right Fork

Lick Creek TMDLs for Benthic Impairments-Dickenson, Russell and Wise Counties

Dickenson, Russell and Wise

P10R

Sediment

1.3

T/YR

B. Non-TMDL waste load allocations.

Water Body

Permit No.

Facility Name

Receiving Stream

River Mile

Outfall No.

Parameter Description

WLA

Units WLA

VAS-Q13R

VA0061913

Pound WWTP

Pound River

33.26

001

CBOD5, JUN-NOV

28

KG/D

CBOD5, DEC-MAY

47

KG/D

TKN, JUN-NOV

28

KG/D

VAS-Q14R

VA0026565

Clintwood WWTP

Cranes Nest River

9.77

001

BOD5

30

KG/D

VAS-O06R

VA0026531

Wolf Creek Water Reclamation Facility

Wolf Creek

7.26

001

CBOD5

249.8

KG/D

VAS-P01R

VA0026298

Tazewell WWTP

Clinch River

346.26

001

CBOD5, JUN-NOV

76

KG/D

VAS-P03R

VA0021199

Richlands Regional WWTF

Clinch River

317.45

001

BOD5, JUN-NOV

273

KG/D

VAS-P06R

VA0020745

Lebanon WWTP

Big Cedar Creek

5.22

001

BOD5

91

KG/D

VAS-P11R

VA0077828

Coeburn Norton Wise Regional WWTP

Guest River

7.56

001

CBOD5, JUN-NOV

303

KG/D

CBOD5, DEC-MAY

379

KG/D

VAS-P15R

VA0029564

Duffield Industrial Park WWTP

North Fork Clinch River

21.02

001

BOD5

36

KG/D

VAS-P17R

VA0020940

Big Stone Gap Regional WWTP

Powell River

177.38

001

CBOD5, JUN-NOV

110

KG/D

Statutory Authority

§ 62.1-44.15 of the Code of Virginia and 33 USC § 1313(e) of the Clean Water Act.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 19, Issue 14, eff. April 24, 2003; amended, Virginia Register Volume 20, Issue 24, eff. September 8, 2004; Volume 21, Issue 9, eff. February 9, 2005; Volume 21, Issue 12, eff. March 23, 2005; Volume 22, Issue 2, eff. November 2, 2005; Volume 22, Issue 6, eff. December 28, 2005; Volume 23, Issue 11, eff. March 21, 2007; Volume 24, Issue 2, eff. November 15, 2007; Volume 25, Issue 20, eff. July 8, 2009.

9VAC25-720-100. Chowan River -- Dismal Swamp River Basin.

TMDL #

Stream Name

TMDL Title

City/County

WBID

Pollutant

WLA

Units

1.

Unnamed Tributary to Hurricane Branch

Benthic TMDL for Hurricane Branch Unnamed Tributary, Virginia

Nottoway

K16R

Sediment

60.9

T/YR

2.

Spring Branch

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Spring Branch

Sussex

K32R

Phosphorus

145.82

KG/YR

Statutory Authority

§ 62.1-44.15 of the Code of Virginia and 33 USC § 1313(e) of the Clean Water Act.

Historical Notes

Derived from Virginia Register Volume 21, Issue 17, eff. June 1, 2005; amended, Virginia Register Volume 23, Issue 11, eff. March 21, 2007.

9VAC25-720-110. Chesapeake Bay -- Small Coastal -- Eastern Shore River Basin.

A. Total maximum Daily Load (TMDLs).

TMDL #

Stream Name

TMDL Title

City/County

WBID

Pollutant

WLA

Units

1.

Parker Creek

Benthic Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for Parker Creek, Virginia

Accomack

D03E

Total Phosphorus

664.2

Lbs/YR

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

Small Coastal and Chesapeake Bay-
TABLE B1—CURRENT STREAM SEGMENT CLASSIFICATION

Segment No.

Name

Current State Class

7-12A

Pocomoke Sound

EL

7-12B

Messongo Creek

EL

7-12C

Beasley Bay

EL

7-12D

Chesconessex Creek

EL

7-13

Onancock Creek

WQ

7-14

Pungoteague

WQ

7-12E

Nandua Creek

EL

7-15

Occohannock Creek

WQ

7-12F

Nassawadox Creek

EL

7-12G

Hungars Creek

EL

7-12H

Cherrystone Inlet

EL

7-12I

South Bay

EL

7-12J

Tangier Island

_____

7-11A

Chincoteague

EL

7-11B

Hog Bogue

EL

7-11C

Metomkim Bay

EL

7-11D

Machipongo River

EL

7-11E

South Ocean

EL

 

Small Coastal and Chesapeake Bay
TABLE B2 - EASTERN SHORE WASTELOAD ALLOCATIONS

 

 

INTERIM WASTELOAD ALLOCATIONS(1)

FINAL WASTELOAD ALLOCATIONS

 

 

(Current Permit Limits)

NAME

RECEIVING STREAM OR ESTUARY

BOD5 (lb/d)

SUSPENDED SOLIDS (lb/d)

OIL & GREASE (lb/d)

BOD5 (lb/d)

SUSPENDED SOLIDS (lb/d)

OIL & GREASE (lb/d)

Commonwealth of Va. Rest Area

Pitts Cr.

4.3

4.3

--

4.3

4.3

--

Edgewood Park

Bullbegger Cr.

0.80

0.80

--

0.80

0.80

--

Holly Farms

Sandy Bottom Cr.

167(3)

167(3)

10 mg/l

Stream survey/model and determination of final wasteload allocations planned for the summer of 1980.

Taylor Packing Company

Messongo Cr.

7006(3)

13010(3)

--

Stream survey/model was run previously. No change in permit anticipated.

No. Accomack E.S.

Messongo Cr.

1.8

1.4

--

1.8

1.4

--

Messick & Wessels Nelsonia

Muddy Cr.

30mg/l(4)

30mg/l(4)

--

Interim wasteload allocations may be changed based on BAT guidance.

Whispering Pines Motel

Deep Cr.

4.8

4.8

--

4.8

4.8

--

Town of Onancock

Onancock Cr.

21

21

--

21

21

--

Messick & Wessels

Onancock Cr.

30mg/l(4)

30mg/l(4)

--

Interim wasteload allocations may be changed based on guidance.

So. Accomack E.S.

Pungoteague Cr.

1.8

1.4

--

1.8

1.4

--

A & P Exmore

Nassawadox Cr.

0.38

0.38

--

0.38

0.38

--

Norstrom Coin Laundry

Nassawadox Cr.

60mg/l(4) max.

60mg/l(4) max.

--

Interim wasteload allocation may be changed based on BAT guidance.

NH-Acc. Memorial Hospital

Warehouse Cr.

12.5

12.5

--

21.5

12.5

--

Machipongo E.S. & H.H. Jr. High

Trib. To Oresbus Cr.

5.2

5.2

--

5.2

5.2

--

Town of Cape Charles

Cape Charles Harbor

62.6

62.6

--

62.6

62.6

--

America House

Chesapeake Bay

5

5

--

5

5

--

U.S. Coast Guard Chesapeake Bay

Chesapeake Bay

--

--

10/mgl(5)

--

--

10/mgl(5)

U.S. Government Cape Charles AFB

Magothy Bay

Currently No Discharge

Exmore Foods (Process Water)

Trib. To Parting Cr.

200

100

--

Stream survey/model and determination of final wasteload allocations planned for the summer of 1980.

Exmore Foods (Sanitary)

Trib. To Parting Cr.

30mg/l(5)

30mg/l(5)

--

30mg/l(5)

30mg/l(5)

--

Perdue Foods (process water)

Parker Cr.

May-Oct
275 367
Nov-Apr.
612 797

--

--

Interim Permit in process. Stream survey/models were run. No substantial change in permit anticipated.

Perdue Foods (parking lot)

Parker Cr.

30mg/l(5)

30mg/l(5)

--

30mg/l(5)

30mg/l(5)

--

Accomack Nursing Home

Parker Cr.

2.7

2.6

--

2.7

2.6

--

U.S. Gov't NASA Wallops Island

Mosquito Cr.

75

75

--

75

75

--

U.S. Gov't NASA Wallops Island

Cat Cr.

1.25

1.25

--

1.25

1.25

--

F & G Laundromat

Chincoteague Channel

10

4.8

--

Interim wasteload allocations may be changed based on BAT guidance.

U.S. Coast Guard

Chincoteatue Channel

--

--

15mg/l (max.)

--

--

15mg/l (max.)

Virginia- Carolina Seafood

Chincoteague Bay

342

264

5.5

342

264

5.5

Reginald Stubbs Seafood Co. (VA0005813)

Assateague Channel

--

20

95

--

20

95

Reginald Stubbs Seafood Co. (VA00056421)

Assateague Channel

--

20

98

--

20.4(2)

98

Shreaves

Chincoteague Bay

--

16(2)

1.4(2)

--

16(2)

1.4(2)

Chincoteague Seafood

Chincoteague Bay

342

264

5.5

342

264

5.5

 

TABLE B3 - EXISTING OR POTENTIAL SOURCES OF WATER POLLUTION

Location No.

Name

Receiving Estuary

Stream

Flow (MGD)

CBOD (mgl/#D)

NBOD (mgl/#D)

Total Suspended Solids (mgl/#D)

D.O. (mgl)

FC (MPN/ 100ml)

Treatment/ Operation

1

Comm. Va. Rest Area

Pocomoke Sound

Pitts Cr.

.003

7/0.18

 

10/0.3

7.5

1

Extended aeration. Sec. Holding pond, CL2

2

H.E. Kelley

Pocomoke Sound

Pitts Cr.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Currently no discharges. Out of business

3

Edgewood Park

Pocomoke Sound

Bullbegger Creek

.006(3)

16/0.8(2)

 

16/0.8(2)

 

 

PRI, CL2. Holding Pond

4

Holly Farms

Pocomoke Sound

Sand Bottom Creek

0.18

6/40

 

15/100

8.0

100

Aerated Lagoons, CL2

5

J.W. Taylor

Messongo Creek

Trib. To Messongo

.001

60/50

 

150/125

8.0

 

Aerated Lagoons

6

No. Accomack E.S.

Messongo Creek

Trib. To Messongo

.005

22/0.9

 

30/1.3

9.0

 

Sec., Septic Tank, Sand Filter Holding Pond

7

Messick & Wessells-Nelsonia

Beasly Bay

Muddy Creek

.005

125/5.2

 

100/4.2

 

 

Sec., Extended Aeration

8

Willets Laundromat

Beasly Bay

Hunting Creek

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prl., Septic Tank

9

Byrd Food

Beasly Bay

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No discharge industry

10

Whispering Pines Motel

Beasly Bay

Deep Creek

.009

25/1.9

 

30/2.3

6.0

 

Sec., Extended Aeration Holding Pond, CL2

11

Town of Onancock

Onancock Creek

North Fork

.19

2/3.2

 

3/4.8

7.5

3

Primary, Primary Settling Sludge Digestion, CL2

12

Messick & Wessels-Onley

Onancock Creek

Joynes Branch

.005

100/4.2

 

150/6.3

 

 

Sec., Extended Aeration

13

So. Accomack E.S.

Pungoteague

Trib. To Pungoteague

 

24/1.8(2)

 

19/1.4(2)

 

 

Sec., Septic Tank, Grease Trap, Sand Filter, Holding Pond. No discharge in 4 yrs.

14

Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company

Nassawadox

Nassawadox

.001

140/1.2

 

150/1.3

 

6.5

Sec., Extended Aeration CL2

15

Norstrom Coin Laundry

Nassawadox

Trib. To Nassawadox

.008

 

 

 

 

 

Sec., Extended Aeration, permit in process

17

N.H.-Acc. Memorial Hospital

Nassawadox

Warehouse Creek

.03

25/1.6

 

35/2.2

6.5

750

Secondary Aerated Lagoon, CL2 Holding pond Stab-Lagoon

18

Machipongo E.S. & N.H. Jr. High School

Hungars Creek

Trib. To Oresbus

0.3(1)

30/5.2(2)

 

30/5.2(2)

 

 

Sec., Stab-Lagoon, Holding Pond no discharge in 4 yrs.

19

B & B Laundromat

Cherry Stone Inlet

Old Castle Creek

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prl. Septic Tank w/discharger

20

KMC Foods, Inc.

Cherry Stone Inlet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No-Discharge industry

21

Herbert West Laundromat

Cherry Stone Inlet

Kings Creek

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prl. Septic Tank w/Discharger

22

Town of Cape Charles

Cape Charles Harbor

Cape Charles Harbor

.165(2)

290/400(3)

 

139/192(3)

 

 

Raw Sewage, Sewage Treatment to be completed by 1982

23

American House Inn

Chesapeake Bay

Chesapeake Bay

 

30/5(2)

 

30/5(2)

 

 

 

24

U.S. Coast Guard

Chesapeake Bay

Chesapeake Bay

.001(2)

30/

 

 

5.0(2)

200(2)

Bilgewater

25

U.S. Gov't Cape Charles AFS

Magothy

Magothy

.001(2)

 

 

 

5.0(3)

 

Sec., CL2, Aerated Lagoon, currently no-discharge

27

Exmore Frozen Foods

Machipongo

Trib. To Parting Cr.

.56

29/135

 

18/84

6.5

 

Grass Bays, Screening

28

Exmore Foods (Domestic)

Machipongo

Trib. To Parting Cr.

.02

5/0.8

 

9/1.5

 

 

Septic Tank, Sand Filter

30

Perdue Foods

Metomkin Bay

Parker Creek

1.7

11/156

 

15/213

6.5

150

Sec., Aerated Lagoon, Holding Pond, CL2

31

Perdue Foods

Metomkin Bay

Parker Cr.

.01(4)

 

 

15/1.3

 

 

 

32

Accomack Co. Nursing Home

Metomkin Bay

Parker Cr. North Fork

.011

20/1.8

 

28/2.6

6.5

100

Sec., Extended Aeration, Holding Pond, CL2

33

U.S. Gov't NASA (Wallops Island)

Hog Creek

Cat Creek

.005

30/

 

30/

 

 

Sec., Stab., Pond, Holding Pond, CL2

34

Robo Automatic Car

Chincoteague Channel

Little Simoneaton

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

35

U.S. Gov't NASA

Chincoteague Channel

Mosquito Creek

.105

10.6/9.3(3)

112/28

2.0/1.8

 

 

Sec., Trickling Filter

36

Trail's End Rec. Vehicle Dev.

Chincoteague Channel

Trib to Mosquito Cr.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Septic Tank and Drainfield

37

Coin-Op Laundromat

Chincoteague Channel

Chincoteague Channel

 

 

 

 

 

 

No discharge

38

F & G Laundromat

Chincoteague Channel

Chincoteague Channel

.005

 

 

 

 

 

 

39

U.S. Coast Guard

Chincoteague Channel

Chincoteague Channel

.001(2)

 

 

30/0.2(2)

 

200(2)

Discharge-Bilgewater

40

Phillip Custis

Ramshorn Bay

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Spray Irrigation, no Discharge

43

Boggs (Melfa)

Nickowampus Creek

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Septic tank waste lagoons, no discharge

44

Blake (Greenbush)

Deep Creek

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Septic tank waste lagoon, no discharge

45

Cherrystone Campground

Kings Creek or Cherrystone Inlet

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stab-Lagoon, Holding pond, no discharge

46

Wallops Sanitary Landfill

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Solid waste disposal site, no discharge

47

Chincoteague Dumpsite

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Solid waste disposal site, no discharge

48

Bob Town Sanitary Landfill

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Solid waste disposal site, no discharge

49

Northampton Sanitary Landfill

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Solid waste site, no discharge

52

Dorsey's Seafood Market

Chincoteague

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oysters(5)

54

Va-Carolina Seafood Company, Inc.

Hog-Bogue

 

 

 

 

1152(2) Clams

 

 

Surf Clams, Oysters, Scallops

68(2) Oysters

7.0(2) Scallops

55

Chincoteague Island Oyster Farm

Chincoteague

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Oyster-Boat Operation (grows oysters & clams from larvae)(6)

 

Reginald Stubbs Seafood Company

Assateague Channel

 

.002(4)

4.2

 

2.8

 

 

Oyster

58

Shreaves Bros.

Chincoteague

 

.002(4)

2.07

 

8.0

 

 

Oyster

60

Chincoteague Seafood Co.

Chincoteague

 

.063(4)

972

 

79.9

 

 

Surf-Clam

61

Ralph E. Watson Oyster Co.

Chincoteague

 

.003(4)

57

 

53

 

 

Oyster

62

McCready Bros. Inc.

Chincoteague

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oyster, no discharge

63

Wm. C. Bunting

Chincoteague

 

.001(4)

12

 

4.8

 

 

Oyster

64

Carpenters Seafood

Chincoteague

 

.001(4)

4.1

 

2.1

 

 

Oyster

64a

Burtons Seafood, Inc.

Chincoteague

 

.006(4)

10.3

 

.35

 

 

Oyster shell stock deal no discharge

69

Jones Bros. Seafood

Chincoteague

Sheepshead Cr.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oyster & Clams

70

W.E. Jones Seafood

Chincoteague

Sheepshead Creek

 

 

 

46.4(2)

 

 

Oyster & Clams

71

Conner & McGee Seafood

Chincoteague

Sheepshead Creek

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oyster & Clams(6)

72

Hills Oyster Farm

Chincoteague

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oyster & Clams(5)

73

Thomas E. Reed Seafood

Chincoteague

Deep Hole Creek

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oyster & Clams(6)

74

Mears & Powell

Metomkin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Oyster-Building, also used to clean fish(5)

75