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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Agency 25. State Water Control Board

Chapter 32. Virginia Pollution Abatement (VPA) Permit RegulationRead Chapter

Section 10
Section 20
Section 25
Applicability of incorporated references based on the dates that they became effective
Section 30
Requirements and prohibitions
Section 40
Section 50
Effect of a VPA permit
Section 60
Application for a VPA permit
Section 70
Signatory requirements
Section 80
Conditions applicable to all VPA permits
Section 90
Conditions applicable to publicly or privately owned sewage treatment works
Section 100
Establishing limitations and other VPA permit conditions
Section 110
Draft VPA permit formulation
Section 120
Fact sheet
Section 130
Continuation of expiring VPA permits
Section 140
Public notice of VPA permit action and public comment period
Section 150
Public access to information
Section 160
Conditions requested by other government agencies
Section 170
Public comments and hearings
Section 180
Public notice of hearing
Section 190
Operator requirements
Section 200
Modification, revocation and reissuance, and termination
Section 210
Causes for termination
Section 220
Causes for modification
Section 230
Transfer of VPA permits
Section 240
Minor modification
Section 250
Animal feeding operations
Section 255
Requirements for end-users of animal waste and poultry waste
Section 260
General VPA permits
Section 270
Control of disposal of pollutants into wells
Section 280
Section 285
Local enforcement
Section 290
Delegation of authority
Section 300
Section 303
Purpose and applicability
Section 305
Section 307
Relationship to other regulations
Section 310
Section 313
General requirements
Section 315
Additional and more stringent requirements
Section 317
Section 320
Section 330
Section 340
Section 350
Procedures for obtaining a certificate to construct and certificate to operate
Section 355
Section 356
Pollutant monitoring and limits
Section 357
Operational standards, pathogens, and vector attraction reduction
Section 358
Frequency of monitoring
Section 359
Section 360
Section 370
Section 380
Section 390
Section 400
Additional monitoring
Section 410
Biosolids management plan
Section 420
Section 430
Section 440
Section 450
Sampling, analysis, and preservation
Section 460
Soils monitoring
Section 470
Crop monitoring and reporting
Section 480
Groundwater monitoring and reporting
Section 490
Compliance with biosolids use practices of this chapter
Section 500
Section 510
Section 515
Notification of land application activity
Section 520
Section 530
Land acquisition
Section 540
Section 545
Staging of biosolids for land application
Section 550
Storage facilities
Section 560
Biosolids utilization methods
Section 570
Distribution and marketing
Section 580
Sludge disposal
Section 590
Section 600
Section 610
Section 620
Section 630
Section 640
Section 650
Section 660
Section 665
Section 670
Section 675
Section 680
Section 685
Vector attraction reduction
Section 690
Ceritificate requirements for land applicators
Section 700
Eligibility requirements
Section 710
Section 720
Section 730
Section 740
Certificate renewal
Section 750
Certificate expiration
Section 760
Compliance with regulations and disciplinary action
Section 770
Section 780
Liability requirements
Section 790
Liability insurance
Section 800
Corporate financial test
Section 810
Corporate guarantee
Section 820
Local government financial test
Section 830
Local government guarantee
Section 840
Letter of credit
Section 850
Trust fund
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