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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 9. Environment
Agency 25. State Water Control Board
Chapter 720. Water Quality Management Planning Regulation
1/25/2020

9VAC25-720-130. New River Basin.

A. Total maximum daily loads (TMDLs).

TMDL #

Stream Name

TMDL Title

City/County

WBID

Pollutant

WLA1

Units

1.

Stroubles Creek

Benthic TMDL for Stroubles Creek in Montgomery County, Virginia

Montgomery

N22R

Sediment

233.15

T/YR

2.

Back Creek

Fecal Bacterial and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Back Creek Watershed, Pulaski County, VA

Pulaski

N22R

Sediment

0.28

T/YR

3.

Crab Creek

Fecal Bacterial and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Crab Creek Watershed, Montgomery County, VA

Montgomery

N18R

Sediment

77

T/YR

4.

Peak Creek

Fecal Bacterial and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Peak Creek Watershed, Pulaski County, VA

Pulaski

N17R

Copper

12

KG/YR

5.

Peak Creek

Fecal Bacterial and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Peak Creek Watershed, Pulaski County, VA

Pulaski

N17R

Zinc

57

KG/YR

6.

Bluestone River

Fecal Bacterial and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Bluestone River

Tazewell

N36R

Sediment

116.2

T/YR

7.

Hunting Camp Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for Hunting Camp Creek Aquatic Life Use (Benthic) and E. coli (Bacteria) Impairments

Bland

N31R

Sediment

0

LB/YR

8.

Chestnut Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Chestnut Creek, Fecal Bacteria and General Standard (Benthic)

Carroll, Grayson

N06R

Sediment

18.9

T/YR

9.

Laurel Fork

Benthic TMDL for Laurel Fork, Sussex County, Virginia

Tazewell, Pocahontas

N37R

Sediment

21

T/YR

10.

Little River

Bacteria, Benthic, and Temperature Total Maximum Daily Loads in the Little River Watershed of Floyd and Montgomery Counties, Virginia

Floyd, Pulaski, Montgomery

N19R, N21R

Sediment

116.49

T/YR

11.

Back Creek

Fecal Bacteria and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Back Creek

Pulaski

N22

E. coli

2.61E+09

cfu/year

12.

Bluestone River

Fecal Bacteria and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Bluestone River

Tazewell

N36

E. coli

9.41E+12

cfu/year

13.

Chestnut Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Chestnut Creek Fecal Bacteria and General Standard (Benthic)

Carroll, Galax, Grayson

N06

E. coli

1.74E+09

cfu/year

14.

Crab Creek

Fecal Bacteria and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Crab Creek

Montgomery

N18

E. coli

3.40E+08

cfu/year

15.

Cripple Creek #1

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for Cripple Creek

Smyth

N09

E. coli

2.94E+10

cfu/year

16.

Cripple Creek #2

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for Cripple Creek

Smyth, Wythe

N09

E. coli

1.87E+11

cfu/year

17.

Cripple Creek #3

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for Cripple Creek

Smyth, Wythe

N09

E. coli

2.82E+11

cfu/year

18.

Dodd Creek and tributaries

Fecal coliform TMDL for Dodd Creek Watershed

Floyd

N20

Fecal coliform

6.91E+11

cfu/year

19.

Elk Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Elk Creek

Grayson

N05

E. coli

1.48E+11

cfu/year

20.

Hunting Camp Creek

Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Development for Hunting Camp Creek

Bland

N31

E. coli

0

cfu/year

21.

Laurel Fork

Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Laurel Fork Fecal Bacteria, Dissolved Oxygen and General Standard (Benthic)

Tazewell

N37

E. coli

8.72E+11

cfu/year

22.

Little River and tributaries

Bacteria, Benthic, and Temperature Total Maximum Daily Loads in the Little River Watershed

Floyd, Montgomery

N19, N20, N21

E. coli

1.13E+13

cfu/year

23.

Dodd Creek, lower (DDD01)

Bacteria, Benthic, and Temperature Total Maximum Daily Loads in the Little River Watershed

Floyd

N20

Temperature

0.82

J/m2/s

24.

West Fork Dodd Creek (VAW-N20R_DDW01A02)

Bacteria, Benthic, and Temperature Total Maximum Daily Loads in the Little River Watershed

Floyd

N20

Temperature

0.99

J/m2/s

25.

Little River, upper (LRV03)

Bacteria, Benthic, and Temperature Total Maximum Daily Loads in the Little River Watershed

Floyd

N19

Temperature

1.03

J/m2/s

26.

Big Indian Creek (VAW-N21R_BIC01A02)

Bacteria, Benthic, and Temperature Total Maximum Daily Loads in the Little River Watershed

Floyd

N21

Temperature

1.2

J/m2/s

27.

Dodd Creek, upper (DDD02)

Bacteria, Benthic, and Temperature Total Maximum Daily Loads in the Little River Watershed

Floyd

N20

Temperature

1.3

J/m2/s

28.

Pine Creek (VAW-N19R_PNC01A06)

Bacteria, Benthic, and Temperature Total Maximum Daily Loads in the Little River Watershed

Floyd

N19

Temperature

1.35

J/m2/s

29.

Little River, middle (LRV02)

Bacteria, Benthic, and Temperature Total Maximum Daily Loads in the Little River Watershed

Floyd

N19

Temperature

1.44

J/m2/s

30.

Little River, lower (LRV01)

Bacteria, Benthic, and Temperature Total Maximum Daily Loads in the Little River Watershed

Floyd, Montgomery

N19, N20, N21

Temperature

1.66

J/m2/s

31.

Mill Creek and tributaries

Fecal Coliform TMDL for Mill Creek Watershed

Montgomery

N21

Fecal coliform

2.62E+11

cfu/year

32.

Peak Creek

Fecal Bacteria and General Standard Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Peak Creek

Pulaski

N17

E. coli

8.70E+08

cfu/year

33.

Mill Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek, Cove Creek, Miller Creek, Stony Fork, Tate Run, South Fork Reed Creek and Reed Creek

Wythe

N10

E. coli

6.79E+10

cfu/year

34.

Tate Run

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek, Cove Creek, Miller Creek, Stony Fork, Tate Run, South Fork Reed Creek and Reed Creek

Wythe

N10

E. coli

7.99E+10

cfu/year

35.

Stony Fork

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek, Cove Creek, Miller Creek, Stony Fork, Tate Run, South Fork Reed Creek and Reed Creek

Wythe

N10

E. coli

9.00E+10

cfu/year

36.

Miller Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek, Cove Creek, Miller Creek, Stony Fork, Tate Run, South Fork Reed Creek and Reed Creek

Wythe

N11

E. coli

2.63E+11

cfu/year

37.

Reed Creek (VAS-N10R_RDC01B00)

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek, Cove Creek, Miller Creek, Stony Fork, Tate Run, South Fork Reed Creek and Reed Creek

Wythe

N10

E. coli

4.32E+11

cfu/year

38.

Cove Creek

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek, Cove Creek, Miller Creek, Stony Fork, Tate Run, South Fork Reed Creek and Reed Creek

Wythe

N12

E. coli

7.40E+11

cfu/year

39.

Reed Creek (VAS-N10R_RDC01A02)

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek, Cove Creek, Miller Creek, Stony Fork, Tate Run, South Fork Reed Creek and Reed Creek

Wythe

N10

E. coli

8.71E+11

cfu/year

40.

Reed Creek (VAS-N10R_RDC01A00)

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek, Cove Creek, Miller Creek, Stony Fork, Tate Run, South Fork Reed Creek and Reed Creek

Wythe

N10

E. coli

2.18E+12

cfu/year

41.

Reed Creek, South Fork

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek, Cove Creek, Miller Creek, Stony Fork, Tate Run, South Fork Reed Creek and Reed Creek

Wythe

N10

E. coli

2.18E+12

cfu/year

42.

Reed Creek (VAS-N11R_RDC01B00)

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek, Cove Creek, Miller Creek, Stony Fork, Tate Run, South Fork Reed Creek and Reed Creek

Wythe

N10, N11, N12

E. coli

3.80E+13

cfu/year

43.

Reed Creek (VAS-N11R_RDC02B02)

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek, Cove Creek, Miller Creek, Stony Fork, Tate Run, South Fork Reed Creek and Reed Creek

Wythe

N10, N11, N12

E. coli

5.54E+13

cfu/year

44.

Reed Creek (VAS-N11R_RDC03B04)

Bacteria Total Maximum Daily Load Development for Mill Creek, Cove Creek, Miller Creek, Stony Fork, Tate Run, South Fork Reed Creek and Reed Creek

Wythe

N10, N11, N12

E. coli

6.03E+13

cfu/year

45.

East Wilderness Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development for East Wilderness Creek, Kimberling Creek, Nobusiness Creek, Town Creek, and Walker Creek

Bland

N26

E. coli

1.89E+11

cfu/year

46.

Kimberling Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development for East Wilderness Creek, Kimberling Creek, Nobusiness Creek, Town Creek, and Walker Creek

Bland

N26

E. coli

1.96E+12

cfu/year

47.

Nobusiness Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development for East Wilderness Creek, Kimberling Creek, Nobusiness Creek, Town Creek, and Walker Creek

Bland, Giles

N26

E. coli

1.38E+12

cfu/year

48.

Town Creek

Bacteria TMDL Development for East Wilderness Creek, Kimberling Creek, Nobusiness Creek, Town Creek, and Walker Creek

Bland

N25

E. coli

1.73E+12

cfu/year

49.

Walker Creek segment 1

Bacteria TMDL Development for East Wilderness Creek, Kimberling Creek, Nobusiness Creek, Town Creek, and Walker Creek

Bland

N25

E. coli

2.70E+12

cfu/year

50.

Walker Creek segment 2

Bacteria TMDL Development for East Wilderness Creek, Kimberling Creek, Nobusiness Creek, Town Creek, and Walker Creek

Bland

N25

E. coli

3.45E+12

cfu/year

51.

Walker Creek segment 3

Bacteria TMDL Development for East Wilderness Creek, Kimberling Creek, Nobusiness Creek, Town Creek, and Walker Creek

Bland

N25

E. coli

3.10E+11

cfu/year

52.

Wolf Creek headwaters

E. coli TMDL Development for Wolf Creek and Tributaries

Tazewell

N30, N32, N33

E. coli

6.82E+10

cfu/year

53.

Wolf Creek

E. coli TMDL Development for Wolf Creek and Tributaries

Tazewell, Bland, Giles

N30

E. coli

1.14E+11

cfu/year

Notes:
1The total WLA can be increased prior to modification provided that DEQ tracks these changes for bacteria TMDLs where the permit is consistent with water quality standards for bacteria.

B. Non-TMDL wasteload allocations.

Water Body

Permit No.

Facility Name

Receiving Stream

River Mile

Outfall No.

Parameter Description

WLA

Units WLA

VAS-N11R

VA0020281

Wytheville WWTP

Reed Creek

25.79

001

BOD5

360

KG/D

VAS-N15R

VA0089443

Hillsville WWTP

Little Reed Island Creed

25.12

001

CBOD5, JAN-MAY

118

KG/D

CBOD5, JUN-DEC

95

KG/D

VAW-N21R

VA0024040

Montgomery Co. PSA - Riner Town - Sewage Treatment Plant

Mill Creek

5.12

001

BOD5

7.5

KG/D

TKN (N-KJEL)

1.9

KG/D

VAW-N22R

VA0060844

Blacksburg VPI Sanitation Auth. - Lower Stroubles Creek WWTP

New River

71.37

001

BOD5

818

KG/D

VAS-N36R

VA0025054

Bluefield Westside WWTP

Bluestone River

25.64

001

BOD5, JUN-NOV

130

KG/D

BOD5, DEC-MAY

260

KG/D

VAS-N36R

VA0062561

Tazewell County PSA - Falls Mills Hales Bottom STP

Bluestone River

22.49

001

BOD5

5.5

KG/D

VAS-N37R

VA0029602

Pocahontas STP

Laurel Fork

1.99

001

BOD5

17

KG/D

VAW-N21R

VA002040

Montgomery Co. PSA - Riner Town - Sewage Treatment Pant

Mill Creek

5.12

001

BOD5

7.5

KG/D

TKN (N-KJEL)

1.9

KG/D

VAW-N22R

VA0060844

Blacksburg VPI Sanitation Auth. - Lower Stroubles Creek WWTP

New River

71.37

001

BOD5

818

KG/D

Statutory Authority

§ 62.1-44.15 of the Code of Virginia; 33 USC § 1313(e) of the Clean Water Act.

Historical Notes

Derived from Volume 19, Issue 14, eff. April 24, 2003; Errata 19:18 VA.R. 2746, 2747 May 19, 2003; amended, Virginia Register Volume 20, Issue 24, eff. September 8, 2004; Volume 21, Issue 12, eff. March 23, 2005; Volume 21, Issue 17, eff. June 1, 2005; Volume 22, Issue 02, eff. November 2, 2005; Volume 22, Issue 06, eff. December 28, 2005; Volume 23, Issue 15, eff. May 2, 2007; Volume 24, Issue 18, eff. June 11, 2008; Volume 29, Issue 17, eff. May 22, 2013; Volume 31, Issue 12, eff. March 11, 2015; Volume 32, Issue 24, eff. August 24, 2016.

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