NPDES Pretreatment Discharge Requirements for Monument Powder Coating in Colorado
Monument Powder Coating is a powder coater that phosphates metal parts in preparation for the powder coating unit operation. The facility does not discharge over 100 gallons per day of production wastewater, has been consistently compliant with pretreatment standards, and therefore is categorized as a non-significant categorical industrial user (NSCIU) to the metal finishing regulations. The control mechanism CO-PF00108 authorizes Monument Powder Coating to discharge to the Town of Fruita publicly owned treatment works under the identified outfalls as an NSCIU. Authorization for discharge is limited to the outfalls specifically listed in the NSCIU requirements.
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COPF00108 Monument Powder Coating Pretreatment Notification Letter (pdf)
Monument Powder Coating Pretreatment Notification Letter, 2 pages
CO-PF00108 Monument Powder Coating Final Control Mechanism (pdf)
Final Control Mechanism, 10 pages
CO-PF00108 Monument Powder Coating Fact Sheet (pdf)
Fact Sheet, 12 pages