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SUMMARY OF ORDINANCE NO. 1369
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF BURLEY, IDAHO,
AMENDING 8-7-6(C) OF THE BURLEY CITY CODE;
UPDATING AND AMENDING LOCAL LIMITS FOR
DISCHARGES FROM INDUSTRIAL USERS AND OTHER
DESIGNATED NON-SIGNIFICANT INDUSTRIAL USERS INTO
PUBLICLY OWNED TREATMENT WORKS; AND PROVIDING
AN EFFECTIVE DATE.
The full text of Ordinance No. 1369 is available at the Burley City Hall located
at 1401 Overland, Burley, ID, and will be provided to any citizen upon personal
request during normal office hours.
Ordinance No. 1369 amends provisions of Title 8 Chapter 7 of the Burley City
Code. A Summary of the principal provisions of ordinance No. 1369 of the City of
Burley, Idaho, adopted by the Burley City Council on, Nov. 19, 2019, is as follows:
Section 1: Amends 8-7-6 (C) of the Burley City Code as follows:
8-7-6 (C) (4) was amended to update and change the local limits for discharges
from industrial users and other designated non-significant industrial users into
publicly owned treatment works as follows:
Pollutant
Arsenic (As)
Cadmium (Cd)
Chromium (Cr)
Copper (Cu)
Cyanide (CN)
Lead (Pb)
Mercury (Hg)
Molybdenum (Mo)
Nickel (Ni)
Selenium (Se)
Silver (Ag)
Zinc (Zn) 4.48
5-Day Biochemical Oxygen Demand
(BOD5) lbs/day(3)
Total Suspended Solids (TSS)
Lbs/day(3)
Ammonia, lbs/day(3)
Phosphorus, lbs/day(3)
Oil and Grease, Vegetable

Daily Maximum
Discharge Limits(1x2)
mg/L

0.4 0.021
0.63 0.019
2.77 4.62
3.11 0.655
1.07
0.69 0.146
0.02 0.0055
0.14
2.15 0.225
0.067
0.43 1.532
4.48 1.556
(2)

2501

(2)

5233

180.4
(2)
116.0
100
(2)

(1) All Pollutants as Total and in mg/L unless
otherwise specified.
(2) Maximum Allowable Industrial Load (MAIL). The City may
implement local limits through allocation of the MAIL
to Significant Industrial Users and specific permitted
non-SIUs that correspond to the uniform concentration
local limits shown in the table above and are hereby
incomorated by reference.
(3) Where a permitted Industrial User exceeds the
concentration of BODs or TSS as defined by Normal
Domestic Strength Wastewater the City may surcharge
for excess strength waste and/or establish specific daily
maximum mass limits for these pollutants in pounds
per day (lbs/day). If the City determines that Ammonia
or Phosphorus are being discharged in significant
concentrations, the City may require compliance with
permit specific limits and/or surcharge for excess
strength waste on a case-by-case basis.
8-7-6 (C) (5) is hereby repealed.
8-7-6 (C) (6) is hereby recodified as 8-7-6 (C) (5).
8-7-6 (C) (7) is hereby recodified as 8-7-6 (C) (6).
8-7-6 (C) (8) is hereby recodified as 8-7-6 (C) (7).
Section 5: The effective date of this ordinance shall be upon its passage,
approval and publishing of a summary of the ordinance.
PASSED BY THE CITY COUNCIL AND APPROVED BY THE MAYOR of the City of
Burley, Idaho, this 19th day of Nov., 2019.
___________/s/_____________
Honorable Steve Ormond, Mayor
ATTEST
__________/s/______________
Ellen Maier, City Clerk
PUBLISH: November 29, 2019

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