Development Document For The Porcelain Enameling Point Source Category, Final Report.
EPA has subcategorized the porcelain enameling industry based on the basis material coated. The subcategories are defined as porcelain enameling on: steel, cast iron, aluminum and copper. No limitations are established for porcelain enameling on precious metals (gold, silver and platinum group metals) because they are believed to be very small sources and virtually all would be excluded from regulation by the small indirect discharger exemption. The study included the identification of raw waste and treated effluent characteristics, including: (1) the sources and volume of water used, the processes employed, and the sources of pollutants and wastewaters in the plant, and (2) the constituents of wastewaters. Such analysis enable EPA to determine the presence and concentration of toxic pollutants in wastewater discharges.
|Porcelain enamels; Industrial waste treatment; Chemical effluents; Pollution regulations; Water pollution control; Water pollution abatement; Waste water; Point sources; Industrial plants; Water pollution sampling; Water pollution economics; Economic impact; Pretreatment; Treatment technology; BAT (Best Available Technology)|
|Office of Water|
|Effluent Guidelines Division|
|Office of Water Regulations and Standards|
|Honaker, Ben J.|
|Background Cost-Related Document|