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EPA - 40 CFR PART 501

STATE SLUDGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM REGULATION

active, Most Current
Organization: EPA
Publication Date: 1 July 2017
Status: active
Page Count: 19
scope:

Purpose and scope.

(a) These regulations are promulgated under the authority of sections 101(e), 405(f), 501(a), and 518(e) of the CWA, and implement the requirements of those sections.

(b) This part specifies the procedures EPA will follow in approving, revising, and withdrawing State sludge management programs under section 405(f), and the requirements State programs must meet to be approved by the Administrator under section 405(f) of CWA. Sludge Management Program submissions may be developed and implemented under any existing or new State authority or authorities as long as they meet the requirements of this part.

(c) Any complete State Sludge Management Program submitted for approval under this part shall have the following as a minimum:

(1) The authority to require compliance by any person who uses or disposes of sewage sludge with standards for sludge use or disposal issued under section 405(d) of the CWA, including compliance by federal facilities;

(2) The authority to issue permits that apply, and ensure compliance with, the applicable requirements of section 405 of the Clean Water Act to any POTW or other treatment works treating domestic sewage, and procedures for issuance of such permits;

(3) Provisions for regulating the use or disposal of sewage sludge by nonpermittees;

(4) The authority to take actions to protect public health and the environment from any adverse effects that may occur from toxic pollutants in sewage sludge; and

(5) The authority to abate violations of the State sludge program, including civil and criminal penalties and other ways and means of enforcement. Indian Tribes can satisfy criminal enforcement authority requirements under § 501.25.

(d) In addition, any complete State Sludge Management Program submitted for approval under this part must have authority to regulate all sewage sludge management activities subject to 40 CFR part 503, unless the State is applying for partial sludge program approval in accordance with

Document History

July 1, 2021
STATE SLUDGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM REGULATIONS
Purpose and scope. (a) These regulations are promulgated under the authority of sections 101(e), 405(f), 501(a), and 518(e) of the CWA, and implement the requirements of those sections. (b) This...
July 1, 2020
STATE SLUDGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM REGULATIONS
Purpose and scope. (a) These regulations are promulgated under the authority of sections 101(e), 405(f), 501(a), and 518(e) of the CWA, and implement the requirements of those sections. (b) This...
July 1, 2018
STATE SLUDGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM REGULATION
A description is not available for this item.
40 CFR PART 501
July 1, 2017
STATE SLUDGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM REGULATION
Purpose and scope. (a) These regulations are promulgated under the authority of sections 101(e), 405(f), 501(a), and 518(e) of the CWA, and implement the requirements of those sections. (b) This...
July 1, 2016
STATE SLUDGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM REGULATION
Purpose and scope. (a) These regulations are promulgated under the authority of sections 101(e), 405(f), 501(a), and 518(e) of the CWA, and implement the requirements of those sections. (b) This...
July 1, 2015
STATE SLUDGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM REGULATION
Purpose and scope. (a) These regulations are promulgated under the authority of sections 101(e), 405(f), 501(a), and 518(e) of the CWA, and implement the requirements of those sections. (b) This...
July 1, 2014
STATE SLUDGE MANAGEMENT PROGRAM REGULATIONS
The part 165 regulations establish standards and requirements for pesticide containers, repackaging pesticides, and pesticide containment structures.

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