(1) The board may make rules, in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative
Rulemaking Act, for and require the submission of plans, specifications, and other
information to the director in connection with the issuance of discharge permits.
(2) A discharge permit shall have a fixed term not exceeding five years. Upon expiration of a discharge permit, a new permit, the permit may be renewed or
may be issued by the director as authorized by the board after notice and an opportunity
for public hearing and upon condition that the applicant meets or will meet the applicable
requirements of this chapter, including the conditions of a permit granted by the
(3) The board may require notice to the director of the introduction of pollutants
into publicly-owned treatment works and identification to the director of the character
and volume of any pollutant of any significant source subject to pretreatment standards
under Subsection 307(b) of the federal Clean Water Act. 1 The director shall provide in the permit for compliance with pretreatment standards.
(4) The director may impose as conditions in permits for the discharge of pollutants
from publicly-owned treatment works appropriate measures to establish and ensure compliance
by industrial users with any system of user charges required under this chapter or
the rules adopted under this chapter.
(5) The director may apply and enforce against industrial users of publicly-owned
treatment works, toxic effluent standards and pretreatment standards for the introduction
into the treatment works of pollutants that interfere with, pass through, or otherwise
are incompatible with the treatment works.
(6) The board shall make rules, in accordance with Title 63G, Chapter 3, Utah Administrative
Rulemaking Act, establishing requirements for the permitting of storm water discharges
into waters of the state.
(7) The director shall administer storm water permits to be consistent with rules
established by the board.
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