Title: Notice: Northern Tmapa Bay Water Use Caution Area Rules
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Abstract: Notice: Northern Tmapa Bay Water Use Caution Area Rules, Jan 11, 1991
General Note: Box 10, Folder 15 ( SF Water Use Caution Rule - 1990-1991 ), Item 7
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Southwest Florida

Water Management District
2379Btood Street (U.S. 41 South) Brooksvile. Florida 34609-6899
Phone (904) 796-7211 or 1-800-423-1476 SUNCOM 628-4150


Chat~e A. Mfck
Chairman. Cystal River
MayOan nlkt.
vice Chairman. S Peteriburg
Secretary. Vence
J~Leph Caper

Broolavie
Samue D. U lke
Lake Wales
Gaidoa 0. Nmlan
oadenton
David H. Known
St 0etersburg
Andfw J. Luban
Abby M4ginmer
New Port Richey
sOay Thompeon
Tomoo
Peter Hubbel
Executive director
MeI aO. ane
Assistant Executive Drector
Kent A.MZaer
General Counml


January 11, 1991





NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS


Subject:


Northern Tampa Bay
Rules


Water Use Caution Area


Attached are the revisions to Ch. 40D-2, FAC, and
proposed changes to the Water Use Permitting Basis of
Review, as distributed and discussed at the December
19, 1990 Governing Board Public Hearing. It is
anticipated that the unresolved issues which were
discussed at the December hearing will be discussed at
the January hearing, at which adoption is scheduled.

Syou have any questions, please contact Ken Weber at
904-796-7211, extension 4303.

KAW

cc: Peter G. Hubbell
Kent A. Zaiser
Richard V. McLean
Paul W. O'Neil
Bruce C. Wirth
Dan P. Fernandez


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THE FULL TEXT OF THE PROPOSED RULE IS:
40D-2.801(3) (c) Northern Tamoa Bay Water-Use Caution Ar~ To
address groundwater withdrawals that have resulted in lowering of
lake levels, destruction or deterioration of wetlands, reduction in

streamflow. and salt water intrusion. the Governing Board declared
portions of northern Hillsborouah. southwestern Pasco and Pinellas

Counties a Water-Use Caution Area on June 28. 1989. pursuant to

Resolution Number 934.

1. The boundary for the Northern Tampa Bay Water-Use

Caution Area is as follows: "

All of Pinellas County;
That portion of Pasco Countv within the following

sections:
Townshi ,24S.- Range 16E: All Sections:

Township 25S. Range 16E: .All Segons:

Township 25S. Ranae 17E: All Sections:
Township 26S. Range 14E: All Sections:

Township 26S. Ranae 1SEv, All. Sections:

Township 26S. Range 16E: All Sections:
Township 26S. Ranae 17E: All -Sections:

Townshi 26S. Ranae .1E: All Sections:
Township 26S. Ranace 19E: All Sections:
Township 26S. Ranae 20E: All Sections: and

That portion of Hillsborouah County within the following

sections:
Township 27S. Range 17E: All Sections:




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TowvMhin 27S.

Townahin 278.

TQwnDhi .27S.

TownshiD 28S.

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Township

Township

Township

Township

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29S.

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Ranae 18E:

Ranae 19E:

Ranae 20E:

Range 17rE:

Ranae 18E:

Ranae 19E:

Ranae 20E:

Ranae 21E:

Range 22E:

Ranae 17E:

Ranae 18E:

Ranae 17E:

Ranae 18E:


Township 29S. Ranae 22E: All Sections North of State



Township 29S. Ranae 21E: All Sections North of State



Township 29S. Range 20E: All Sections North of State



Township 29S. Ranae 19E: All Sections except 22-27 and



2. Reaclations anPlicable to this Water-Use Caution Area


are contained in "Section 7.3. Basis of Review For Water Use Permit

ApPlications. December 18. 1990." which is hereby incorporated by

reference into this rule.

3. All Water Use Permits within the Water-Use Caution


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Area are hereby modified to conform with this Rule. and applicable
Permit conditions suacified in "Saction 7.3. a' ...I .f Review For
Water-Use Permit Applications.D De~rimber 18. 1990,." ake incorporated
into all Water Use Permits 'Jwiti hl'thiar- Caution Area.

Specific Authority 373.044, 373.113, 373.149, 373.171, FS. Law

Implemented 373.216, 373.219, 373.223, FS. History Readopted 10-
5-74. Amended 10-1-89, li-15-90. and Previously
numbered 16J-3.30.


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7.3 Northera 'Tmpna av Water Use Caution Area DRAFT Dec.18, 1990

The Governing Board declared portions of Billsborough, Pasco, and
Pinellas Counties a Water Use Caution Area (WUCA)- on June 28, 1989.
The area designated is shown in Figure 7.3I-1; the legal
description, is. provided in Rule 40D-2.80i(3) (c). As of the
effective date of the Rule, all existing water use permits within
the Water Use Caution Area are modified to incorporate the
applicable measures and conditions described below. Valid permits,
legally in effect as of the effective date of the Rule are
hereafter referred tq as. existing permits. Applicable permit
conditions, as specified below, are incorporated into all water
use permits in the Water Usa Caution Area and shall be placed on
new permits issued within the area. However, both the language
and the application of any permit conditions listed may be modified
when appropriate.

These portions of the Basis of Review for the Northern Tampa Bay
Water Use Caution Area are intended to supplement the other
provisions of the Basis of Review and. are not intended to supersede
or replace them. If there is a conflict between requirements, the
more stringent provision shall prevail.

. P public Suowly
The following water conservation requirements shall apply to
all public supply utilities or suppliers, including wholesale
customers supplied by another entity, which obtain water
either indirectly or directly inder water use permits within
the Water Use Caution Area, regardless of the name(s) on the
water use permit. A wholesale public sUDnlv Customer shall
be required to obtain a separate permit to effect the
conservation requirements unles th qntitr sunylied by the
wholesaler is less tan 2%A. O Ma41ns nr day on an annual

wholesale customer is less than _the ..aTOlicable per capital






A. PexC a.i-a Use
r-capltadaly atr use rise: defined as popiation-relaited
nithdnawavl anociated wit h 2 2 ad etal, business, day
institutional, industrial, miscellaneous meteed, and
amlicable ner-canita daily water, us re1uir qn are exempted
from..ths .rat& Istunre. je iden water
use reporting requirements.

A. -PerzrCapit&Use

Per-capita daily water use is defined as population-related
withdrawals associated with residential, business,
institutional, industrial, miscellaneous metered, and
unaccounted uses,. Permittees with per-capita daily water use
which is skewed by the demands of. significant water uses can
deduct these uses provided that these" uses are separately
accounted. Generally, the formula used for determining


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gaiionk per day- per capita I as follows: total withdrawal
minus significant uses, environmental mitigation, and
t'teatment losses, divided by the population served adjustedd
for seasonal and tourist populations if appropriate),. For
interconnected systems, incoming transfers and wholesale
purchases of water Shall be added to withdrawals; outgoing
transfers and wholesale sales of water shall be deducted from
withdrawals.
A significant use, which may be deducted, is defined as an
ifdiv~dual non-residefitial 'cstomet using 25,000 gallons per
day or greater on an afinual avueage basis, or an individual
non-residential istlbez whose Osee represents greater than
five percent of the utwflty' annual water use.,
Any uses which are deducted from the per-capita daily, water
use based on the above guidelines shall be supported with

use a&M associate uitities. Additiotkally, all Isgnificant
deducted uies mfzst e-t recounted for in a water conservation
plan developed by the appiicant/permittee -which includes
specific water conservation goals for each use or type of use.
Environmental mitigation quantities permitted by the District
and treatment losses such as desalination reject water and
sand-filtration backwash 'iMt4k : shall' be identified and
reported separately, and shall not be included in the
calculation of per-capita use. Treatment losses, for each type

M A ;Mid sS2e.i. hafc ag _calculated as


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All permittees shall calculate and report gross per-capita
water usage as outlined ab"i ve. However, for purposess of
compliance with per-capi+ requirements, a pezitttee may also
calculate and report a perbapTita use rate that reflects
incentives for reuse kOi the'u of desalination sources.
For compliance purposes, a permitted may deduct the quantity
of reclaimed water delivered fbo iU ts not served by the
permitted's water utility. Allowable deductions shall be
limited' to those quantities tMt wotl4 normally be permitted
for the activity (e.g. if *edse ii supplied fod~'golf course
irrigation, the acage of greens, teesr and fairways must be
submitted and the q-antit' of potable water that would be
permitted for that use 6Uld- be deducted from the total
quantity used for cop lance with the per-capita requirement).
ere the source o be permitted or replaced is of




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lianificantav lower water quality but is AUita for the
reclaieE Matar realacs saina M a .jls paed for
irrig~an twh ,,tia linawatag i&, M2Ubly for the
irnrimtion and the a vjihal~ dio not hrAAtMn the water
resources. Ral la' yeater jl wastewater th ha received
at least secondary treatment and, is reused for a beneficial
purpose. A -perittee may deduct only the quantity of
reclaimed water under the control of the utility, supplier,
or governmental unit holding the water use permit. Whke


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For compliance purposes, a permittee may dedut 50 % of the
quantity of finished water from desalination sources. A
desalination source is a plant not.Ancluni alendina plants.
which renaves or reduces salts ard other cheIM from highly
mineralized water of greater than 500 mg/l Total Dissolved
Solids.
Acceptable data sources for service area population and
seasonal/tourist population adjustments are described in
section 3.6 of the Basis of Review. If the service area
population is developed using a person per unit factor, then
calculation of the factor must be documented indicating that
the factor- is reasonable for the- service area. In cases where
seasonal adjustment is appropriate and the seryice area is
smaller than the area covered. by the applicable comprehensive
or regional plan, then the same seasonal adjustment factors
used to adjust the permanent population of the planning area
may be applied to the permanent population of the service
area. Other methods of calculating service area population
may be used provided that the methodology is accepted by the
District as appropriate for the service area. Estimates of
population shall be based on information developed or reported
no more %an tw4:lYv onths prior to the applicable management
period. Whea rqpor~ti per capital rates, .the service area of
a permitted public supply utility or supplier shall consist
of the area which the permitted exerts management control for
public water supply.

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ThesL e it.X -w eiensegWfioL roquire-az.E eL5 jha. appl; eet all
Use Pzrit.-Failure of a meh31:sale eueouew to aomply may


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PMlein the W*te>- Useo Caution Area shall
meet, at a nA da, ad ove.v l maxi us r 9p'ft: water use
rate of 150 gallons peJr d4y 6bo the Jtafuy 1, 1993 management
period. -This- tandart ,.ll-rI main in eff-t untill modified
by rule. however, for plii p p s, also listed are per-
capit goals for future "iint Iperiods. Public supply
permittees shall also d4otoe i t. the quantities supplied to
deducted uses, andt the Water ronserVation measures employed
for theee dbductae sjitiAftnit Uaes.

Based on rinfbr LtWtSc' % -the. period 1990-1992, the
pe tcapita "'ri t will be d tloptd for the Saiuary 1, 1997
manageidnt period and adoptd by tule with sufficient time
for permittees to prepare for the 1997 mak~raf ment period.
Based qn current information, the per capital water use rate
goal o id ~e 1a40 gallaIs per day.

Based on' infort I colledttd-r the piiedt 1993-1996, the
per-capita rate will be develd~ed for the January 1, 2001
management period and adopted by rule with sufficient time
for permittees to prepare for the 2001 management period.
Based on current information, thb- per capital vater use rate
goal wvuid be 130 gallons petr day.

..Based '6 iritruatid co tr the period -97-:2000, the
per-capita rate will 'e d aped for the January 1, 2011
management period and- adopted by* .ule with- stfficient time
f6ri pedttees to pd ae fotr'"- t 2011 management period.
Based- on current inf~odation,' the per-capita water use rate
goal would be 130 gallo i iner day.'
This requirement shall be implemented by applying the
follo~inq permit conditions ob aIl existing and- Iew public
supply permits: ;
1. ty Jamiary 12993, the Permittee sbal achieve a per
'apita water rate ~ ti t !'lis' than 150 gpd; This
standek sh all Ain'i ff'ett'til odii fie de by rule.
For planning purposes, listed below ae4 pe-capita goals
for future management periods. These goals may be
;es.th sim a as fSrutag utuaifsre rulmaking by
.... th.... e 1n< triot "-" "

a. By January 1, 1997, the District may establish a
new per capital water use standard. Based on current
t t ar roBl -tS 'e W~I r r' WiErr V lsei qgal may be
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b. By January 1, 2001, the Distriot may establish a
new per capital water use Otandards. Based on
current inftoration, the per etmpta water use goal
nay be established by rule at 1i3 gpd; and,

o. By Janaary t1, SeOp, the Diatr it may establish a
new per capital water se standard. Based on current
infozeation, the #@k xoatta water e0 'goal may be
established by rult at 10 -gpdra

2. By ap*q& a auaxr 1 of each year for the preceding
..deLee fisCal year (OOtober 1 thryeaah se.tmber 30),
the permittee shall submit a report detailing

a. The population served
b. L~gnili~at agadotead me, the associated quantity,
and seaseixtal Meuaates applied to these uses;
o. Total withdatritlal
d. Treat-mat looses.
e. Wvinro ameatl litigationn quantities.
f. Sources and quanttites of ainoaing and outgoing
transfers of vater an wholesale purchases and sales
of water, with quantities detezrined at the
supplier s departure point.
gr Dootuaatation of reuse and desalination credits. if
taken.

as of January 1, 1993, if the permitted does not achieve
the specified per capital rates, the report shall
document why theel rates and raqirements were not
achievable, measuree taken to attempt meeting them, and
a plan to bring the permit into oompliance. This report
is subject to District approval. If the report is not
approved, the Peraittee is in violation of the Water Use
Permit.

3. Vhe District will- evaluate i ormation submitted by
Pekmittee who do- not achieve thase requirements to
determine whether the lack oft achivdanmt is justifiable
and a variance -is warranted. Pi ties may justify lack
of aehievaaent by eiaoumntiLg uuaa water needs, such
as larger than average lot -imes with greater water
irrigation aseds tham nEeal-Mised loet. rIwever, even
with such documented justification, phased reductions in
water use shall be required unless the District
determines that watAr usage 4 reasonable under the
ciramstances reported and that further reductions are
not feasible. For such Peraittees, on a case-by-case
basis, individual water conservation requirements may be
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Prior to the 1997, 2001, and 2011 management periods,
the Distriptwvill reasssIe ,p per-aptta and other uses
osWrvai~Ion.. g9pls o a pest, .of this reassessment,
s^ h .these eaUls P3tfcM lT( .A ia or downward through
rpalemaein and w4ll beOme req urements.
B. WatherCenswervin altte Stjac
, a water A2gp u~alty vW#Sin t6he after Use Caution Area
shall adppt a water- BeyW.E rate structure by January 1,
1993. This requirement shall be implemented by applying the
following er9mit conditjlon tpo all existing public supply
permits:
the Peraittee shall adopt a waiter oneervation oriented
rate structure ,14 lA Wtr Jappary 1, 1993. If the
S ...tteo -epIttA~ | j g ater oeaosrvation oriented rate
streO re, 4 wwi _i .rature, any supporting
documentation, a qprep ostp effectiveness of the
rate structure *shal34 q 9ipMt teA by January 1, 1993.
PeOmittees, t:he adopt Atrt aooervattion oriented rate
strtwure puranpa tp 9i. ul*e hall submit the above-
listed intonation o y July -l, 1993.
New public supply pe.rits saall .-eceive the following permit
condition:
The Permittee shall adopt a water conservation oriented
rAe tU... tuWe -o ae ~4,qr two yoear from the date of
permit tssuanes,. a TS. ftP tee phal submit a report
deee" biW. th I.:rat qt ~yctu ad its estimated
;effCetivness within 40 s jgre ing adoption.
S. Water Audit 1: .

All water supply utilities shall iaxament water audit
programs by January 1, 1993. A thorough water audit can
identify what, is. ~:ai gjQ uncxnqwuted water and alert the
utility to the possibility Pf sAgn;a cai t losses in the
distribution ayte ur. UVnarpou.nt9. water can be attributed to
a mpriqWy ,C cqqase, _giW gg, unauthorized uses, line
fluiMin.. ,a hoSleogtestag u s eg, .uder- registration of
m.qte, fliwr flow# 4 segjIat are measured

S This. requirement shalk be implpented by applying the
following permit oqnd4t p to all. existLng Public Supply

T-he ei tt;,. ~ a a .q qo t wte ppaits of the water
Isuply1sysTg H i 4.l WM m.. .rg. t ..E Iod, The initial
audit shall be conducted no late than January 1, 1993.




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Water audits whidh identify a greater .than 12 percent
uaamoounted for water shall be followed by appropriate
remedial actions. Audits shall be Om3dad Mand reports
douenating the results of the audit shall be submitted
as an eles0 et 4f the rapo- t taeuiSB i- the per eapita
ooadition to the Distriot by the following dates:
>-aajy. j19"W8 V OW N -t i mM 1, 1997 ;
T~i-^ i~drit-ry O'i~ f dd MdkrkirSrr ulut2 1j 203A.
wat'raditreports shall inluds ab 6dambe for remedial
action if needed.
Large, complex water supply systems may conduct the audit in
phases with prior approval by the District. A modified
version shall be applied'to new permits, replacing the initial
audit date with a 4ate two years forward from the permit
issuance date. Prior to each 'mnagemeMt period, the District
will reassess the unaccounte&- for watd standeVd of 12%, and
may. adjust this standard upward or" downward through

D. Residential Water Use Reports
Beginning April 1i, 1993, public supply penittees shall be
required' to annually report residential water Use by type of
dwelling unit. Residential dwelling units shall be classified
into single family, multi-family (two or more dwelling units),
and mobile homes. Residential water use consists of the
indoor and outdoor water uses associated with these classes
of dwelling units, including irrigation uses, whether
separately metered or not. The permitted shall document the
methodology used to determine the number of dwelling units by
type and their q iahtities used. Estimates of watet use based
upon meter size may be inaccurate and will not b~ accepted.
This requirement shall be implemented by applying the
following permit condition to all public supply permits:
beginning in 1993,0 b April I of each year for the
preceding .eteeIis year (Oo~ber through
Inhtblr 0eL, the permitted shall submit 'a residential
water use report detailing:

a. The number of single family dwelling units served
and their total water use,
b. The number of :~uit-fM2y dwelling units served
sand their total water use?
o. The number of mobile homes served and their total
water use.

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A., IrriWation Water Use Allotments
The District allocate agricultural irrigation-related water
use based on a modified Blaney-Criddie iodel "and other methods
as described below. For each individual crop type, the
permitted shall not exceed the quantity determined by
multiplying the total irrigated acres by the total allocated
inches per irrigated acre pr season. Allocated inches per.
irrigated acre per season are determned separately for three
major categories of water use, and the sum equals the total
allocated inches per irrigated acre per season. An irrigated
acre hereafter refeqrd to as "acre, is defined as the gross
acreage under cultivatin, including areas. used for water
conveyance such as ditches, but excluding uncultivated areas
such as wetlands, retention ponds, and perimeter drainage
ditches. Other non-irrigation related water uses shall be
permitted in accordance-with section 3.3, Basis of Review.
As a guide for permit applicants and permittees, total
allocated inches per acre per seasonn for citrus in the
Northern Tampa Bay WUCA are listed in tables provided in
Design Aid 4, Part C, Water U-e Permit Information Manual.
For crops, soil types, planting dates, and length of growing
season not listed in those tables,, an applicant or permitted
may obtain the total allocated inches per acie per season
utilizing procedures described i4 Design Aid 4 or complete
the Agricultural Water Allotment Form and submit it to the
District. The District will complete and return the form
calculating total allocated inches per acre per season per
crop based on the information provided. A permit" applicant
or permitted may use alternative methods for calculating water
use needs subject to District approval.
A key component in calculating total allocated inches per acre
per season is the assigned "irrigation water use efficiency,"
hereafter referred to as "efficiency". Efficiency is defined
as the ratio of the volume of water beneficially used to the
volume delivered frok the irrigation system. For many crops,
it is common for different irrigation systems and practices
to be employed for diffqrqnt ,water uses (e.g. a tomato grower
may use seepage irrigation Jfor field preparation and drip
irrigation gor supplemental irrigation). In recognition of
these differences, the District applies separate assigned
efficiencies to different water irrigation-related water uses.

The three major categories of agricultural irrigation-related
water use are: 1) supplemental irrigation (the water


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delivered to satisfy the evapotranspirational need of the
crop); 2) field preparation/crop establ] s-t (the water
delivered for tilling, bedaditn, fdatation, aetflanting) ; and
3) -other watero: ses (i.e. rA-t -ad frth*`fk~roaeation, heat
stress relief, chemical applicat~Ion irrighion system
flushing and maintenance, and leaching of salts front the root
zone). The District- hasass sgned linimam affi otnsy standards
for supplemental ari field prepatt14bn/eree establishment
"irrigation requiremnts. Theds staneards .~f lited later in
this s-ectio Desigh; Aid 4, Pat- C, WHter Use Permit
Information Manual, describes in detail a methodology for
calculating allotted inches per acre per season for
supplemental irrigation (suleaseAhOWl Strigation requirements
divided by the asigrned off ioiecy stanaftrd ada.the allocated
inches per acre per seB on for field' Weparation/crop
establitibmet (tield preparation/crp establisMhent irrigation
requirements divided by the, assined efficiency standard).
As specified in section -3.3 of the- Basis other information
and methods may be considered as supported by the facts in
individual cases.

Other water uses are permitted On an individual basis as
follows:
1. Chemigation, -irrigation system flushing and maintenance,
heat strsse' relief ; and le Ahing of salts the total
allocated inhis per acre -#~e *s~r efor these uses is
equal to ten (10) percent of the allocated inches per
acr e per season of the sGW pleental irrigation
requirement for crops irrigatble ith a. micro irrigation
system, and five (5) percent of the allocated inches per
acre per season of the '.auppleatali .r1aation require-
ment ofor crops irrigated with all other irrigation
systems. -: e -

2. Frost/frdeee protection The District allows irrigation
for" frost/freeze protection provided that: 1) the maximum
daily quantity listed oh'the peit- is 'hot exceeded; 2)
irrigation for this purpose will not cause water to go
to waste; and, 3) permittees whose annual average daily
permitted water use is- equal to or excesei 100,000 gpd
shall dobeaftn and report the -begiMnaft1 tg ending hours
and dates, and inches per adre applied for such purpose.

The allocated inches per acre -per season per crop for
supplemental and field preparation/orop establidment for the
January 1, 1993, mafagdqment ridV d will be based on the
following minimum assigned efficiency standards. These
standards shall remain in effect until modified by rule.
However; for planning purposes, also -listed 'are assigned
efficiency standard goals for future management periods.


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January 1'. 1 93 -lanaeaaent Paeiod
Citra the total allocated i*nche per acre per season for
supplemental irmiga~on requirements abhajl e based on a
minimum assigned- efficiency standard of 75 percent.

.StraVberries the total allocated inphes per iware per season
Eor field preparation/crop establishmept sh@ll be 14 inches.
The total inches pa~ aqcg ,qer sa~sl for -applemental
irrigation shall b, based on a minimum assigned efficiency
standard of.,75 percent,
Row crops irrigated vif h drip system or row props that are
unmulched and not grown with seepage ,system the total
allocated, inches per acre per *easpn, for field
preparation/crop establishment s)~ll be based A minimum
assigned efficiency standard of 60 percent and 75 percent for
supplemental irrigation requirements. ,
Nurseries the total allocated inhes per acre hall be based
on the type of nursery, production factors, plant types, and
irrigation method.
Other crops the total allocated inches per acre per season
for tbot fieJd preparation/crop establ ishment and supplemental
irrigation requirements sha"i be based on aQminimum assigned
efficiency standard of 60 perpcat.
These "injua,- assigned efficiencies shall remain in effect
until modified by rule.

JanMay 1. 1997 ManWaement Period-
Based on ,.information. collectedd for the period 1990-1992,
different efficiency standards may ep developed for the
January 1, 1997 management period. These efficiencies may be
adopted by rtule with sufficient tip# toallow users to prepare
for implementation.. The following :efficiency goals are based
on current information.

Citpr; r the tetal allocated inqchs P~ ~aq, per season for
supplemental, irrigation requirements shall be based on a
minimum assigned efficiency standard of 80- percent.
Strawberries the total allocated inches per acre per season
for field preparation/crop establishment shall b1 14 inches.
The total inches per acre per season for supplemental
irrigation shall bq based n a minimum assigned efficiency
standard of 80 percent..
pjw crops irrigated with a drip system or row crops that are
unmulched and not grown with a -s epage system the total


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allocated inches per .oe per season for field
proparation/crop establisent* shall be based on a minimum
assigned efficiency standard of 60 jImeent and 80 percent for
supplemental irrigation requirements.
Nurseries -. the eqtal ,alecated inches pr ace shall be
based on the type of nursery,, pro dution factors, plant types,
and irrigation method.
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Other crops the total alloateqd inches per acre per season
for -fi14 prepaation/crop establishment irrigation
requirements shall be based on a minimum assigned efficiency
standard of 60 percept, an for supp~_aetal irrigation
requizreents shall be- based on a minimum assigned efficiency
standard of 65 percent.
January 1. 2001 Manaeent, ri~
Based on information collected for the period 1993-1996,
different effioiency standard may -be developed for the
January 1, 2001 management period Thege eteficLncies may be
adopted by rule with sufficient time to allow users to prepare
for iaplementatiol. The foloaag efficiency goals are based
on current information.

Citrus the total allocated inches per acre per season for
supplemental irrigationn requirements shll11 be based on a
minimum assigned efficiency standard Qf 85 percent.

Strawberries the total allocated inches per acre per season
for field preparation/crop establishment shall be 14 inches.
The total inches per acre per season, for supplemental
irrigation shall be based on a lamn-Al assigne efficiency
standard of 86- percent.

Row crops irrigated with a Arip system or row crops that are
unmulched and not grown with a seepage system the total
allocated aches per ares per i: season for field
preparation/crop establAlshbant shalj .be pasde, on a minimum
assigned efficiency standard of 60 percent and 85 percent for
supplemental irrigation requirements.

Nurseries te total allocate incbhe per a9Qeshell be based
on the type of nurery, production aaotors, plant, types, and
irrigation method.. ..

Other crops -the total allocated inches er acre per season
for field preparation/crap. estaliishbpt irrigation
requirements shall be based on-, r inAwu.~signe4 efficiency
standard of 60 percent, and for supplemental irrigation
requirements shall be based on a mniAium assigned efficiency
standard of 70 percent.






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Jandhrv 1 01-- Ma nafnt ftriod
Based on infottatini4D01lected for the ^pearod 1996-2005,
different efficiency tidadards nay Ible developed for the
January 1, 2011 management period.' These efficiencies may be
adopted by rule with sufficient time to allow users to prepare
for iiplebentation. The following efficiency goals are based
on current information.

Citrus the total allocated inches per acre per season for
supplemental irrigation requirements shall be based on a
minimum assigned efficiency idartdrr of 85 percent.

Strawberries the total allocated inches per acre per season
for field preparation/crop establishment shall be 14 inches.
The total inches per acre pe~ season for
supplemental irrigation shall be based on a minimum assigned
efficiency standard "f 85 percent.
Row crops irrigated with a drip system or row crops that are
unmulched and not: grown with a seepage system i- the total
allocated inches er acre pei season for field
preparation/crop estedlishment shall be" based on a minimum
assigned efficiency standard of 60 percent and 85 percent for
supplemental irrigation requirements.
Nurseries the total allocated inches per acre shall be based
on the type of nursery, production factors, plant types, and
irrigation method.
Other crops thea total allocated inches per acre per season
for field preparation/crop establishment irrigation
requirements shall be based on a minium assigned efficiency
standard of 60 percent, and for supplemental irrigation
requirements shall be based on a minimum assigned efficiency
standard of 70' percent.
These requireMents shall be implemented by applying the
following permit conditions to all agricultural permits, as
applicable:
uffeotive January 1, 1993, the Permittee shall not exoeed the
quantity determined by multiplying the total irrigated acres
by the total allocatd inches pe irrigated.- are per season
for each crop type. An irrigated' re, h tererter referred to
as "acre," is defined as the gross acreage under cultivation,
inoludibg areas used for water conveyance such as ditches, but
exzeoleding unltivakad areas such as wetlands, retention
ponds, and perimeter drainage ditches.
Allocated inches per irrigated acre per season are determined
separately for three major categories of water use: field
preparation/crop establishment; supplemental irrigation; and,


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eter use (i.4., frost/frese pasteotiSon hbet stress relief,
oemieal applieutioe, .lxrttim syste- flushing and
mainteenM aMd leachfag of lte). os- e thee three
sepra quantities are oaloulatedgS thff are a ied and the sun
equals the total allocated inches per irrigated acre per
easea, fte *asa inddiVidual edre tPse.

Thee alloated laes per azre per season per rop for field
preqpttie /ear p establlsia ad elM Me irrigation
(emsaUldMg ru wlatesiy 'tU eaWpet ML$- ease by csse
bei*dt ane bsM owrbs tae: aaim n Ausigndftaiasy standards
listed ie it b z be1bw. iher n.win aItU sall remain
in aeffeet allllth t1t by rtei -lpalaWre planning
purposes also listed ar assig d offiteeady goals for future
management periods.
MinMun am igtd efficiency- standards and goals.


Supplemental
WO-6 I


Field Preparation/
^uat WWik.I 4lllllt4


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-Efficiency
Goals
1997 200o


199q.
2011 1993


EUticiency
Goals
1997' 2001


Citrus
Existing Permits
New Permits

Strawberries
Existing Permits
New Permits


Row Crops (with drip
Existing Permits
New Permits

Other Crops
Existing Permits
New Permits


7S% 80% 85% 85%
80% '80% 85% 4- 5%


75% 80% 85% 85t
80% 80% 85% 85%


na na- na na
a na na na


na na
na na


or nnunlced, non-seepage irrigated)
75% 80% 5S % 8S e 60%
% i 80% 85% 85 -60%


60% 65% 70% 70%
70% 70% 70% 70%


40%
60%


r0% 60%
60% 60%


na na
na na


60% 60%
60% 60%


60% 60%
60% 60%


Ln additiVO to the allottea-quantitioe for fiead pwparation/orop
establishment and supplemental irrigutloa ciSquiEmtr nts, the
Peraittee's totli allIlt" tM iaoea l belb; ie ssom per crop
will include the following "aaitAl 44o er ottd water uses:

1. Chemigation, irrigation aetes fluhting Ai maintenance, heat
stress relief, and leaching of sts te total allocated
ialhee per aore peMf Ueas* fto th~se-uses equal to ten (10)
percent of the allocated iahoer per aolr pet season of the
supplemental irrigation requirement for oebps irigated with


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1993


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a miro irrigation system, .an five iS) percent of the
allocated. inches per aser per eason. of tb. supplemental
irrigation requir-ent for crops irrigated with all other
.irrigation systems.
2. Frost/freese protection- although there are o specific
quantities permitted for frost/freese protection, the District
allows rzigatieo feo frost/trsene prot a We~ipvgided that:
1) the ~ =m daily qMatity Aii~ on the pegmit is not
exceeded; :a L iigatdon tee.tu su j s E- will nat cause water
to. go to waste. and,.. 3) peoamttee mbetose paual average daily
permitted water e e is equal or wq99d04 100,000 gpd shall
documeat and report the begiaang and ending hours and dates,
and inches per acre applied for such purpose.
As a guide, for the Peaitte,- to.al algPaeli inhes p #acr p p
season for major crops in the Northern Tampa Bay WUCA are listed
ian tables provided in Design id4 4, fart C, Water Use Permit
information Ma*Xnal. For crops, poil typis, planting dates, and
lengths of growing season not listed in those tabxis, an applicant
oXr Peraitee can obtain the total.. allocated inches per acre per
season utilizing procedures described A Design Aid 4, or complete
the Agricultural Water Allot1tnt ora and submit it to the
District. The District will complete and return the form
calculating total allocated inches per acre per season based on the
informatAen provided. AI permit applicant or permittee may use
alternative methods for calculating water use needs subject to
District approval.
B. Monitoring Reauirements for Aaricultural Water Use
To ensure compliance with the total allocated inches per acre per
season per crop, the District requires the following Rjt o to be
submitted. Although the peraittee is note require ,to be in
compliance with allocation requirements until Janua y,r 1, 99,
the permitted is required to submit these data beginning with the
first appropriate date in 1991, as specified in the, permit
conditions below.
1. All Permittees whose average daily permitted use is equal to
or exceeds 100,000 gpd shall record the following information
for all seasonal crops (example: vegetables) and nurseries;
Annual ceops meamples citrus) may ,o.4t itoeim e aan4d f.
a. rop type;
b. monthly xi6gat-4 asres per eropt
sB the doiimant eil tipe;
4. irrigation methods)
e. plating dates; and,
S*. season length :.e;. .,
Irrigation for. tLIA4 pepareation/crop .establishment and
Ssupplemenatal irriga o shall be dooumented separately by
noting the beginning and ending dates for these activities.


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Additionally, quantities for frost freese protection shall be
documented separately by noting the beginning and ending hour
and date. Th perittee shall note whether tailvater recovery
is used. This intfrmation hall be submitted to the District
on the Agricultural Water Use Pota within e days following
the crop season. Following December 31, 1992, if the
Permittee exceeds the allocated quantities, which are
determined by multiplying the total -irrigated acres by the
total allocated inches par aore per season per crop, the
permitted shall submit a report to the Distriot which shall
include reasons why the allotted quantities were exceeded,
measures taean to attept meeting the allooated quantities,
and a plan to bring the permit into eoopliacse. Reports for
Permittees not achieving the allotted quantities are subject
to District approval. If the report is not approved, the
Peraittoe is in violation of the Water Use Pdrait.

2. The District will evaluate information submitted by Permittees
who ezoeed their allocated quantities to determine whether the
lack of achievement is justifiable and a variance is
warranted. Permittees may justify lack of achievement by
documenting unusual water needs, such as unusual soil or
weather condition tio rating greater irrigation needs than
normal. However, ea n with such documented justification,
phased reductions in water use shall be required unless the
District determines that witer usage was reasonable under the
ciroumtances reported and that further reductions are not
feasible. ror such aermittees, oni a easeby ease basis,
individual effioienoy criteria may be developed for each
management period.

3. Compliance with allocated quantities shall be determined by
comparing actual use to the calculated quantities for each
individual crop on a per season basis. aiasonal crops will
be compared on a seasonal basis (.g. spring tomato
requirements based on, the calaclated inches per season), and
perennial crops will be omopared on an annual basis (e.g.
citrus requirements based on the calculated inches per year).
The District will reassess the aeffieialy goals prior to
implementation. As a result of this reasse smt, these goals
say b adjusted upward or downward through rulemaking.
C. Other Adricultural Water Uses

Quantities for other uses not related to plant preparation and
irrigation demand shall be documented separately. Such uses may
include filling of spray tankJ, livestock needs, cleaning, and
frost freeze protection.
IIz. Recreational. Industrial. and Mining
A. Conservation Plan


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All permit applicants for recreational/aesthetic,
industrial/commercial, and mining/dewatering uses are required to
submit a water conservation plan specifically addressing
recycling, reuse and landscaping to the District at time of
application. Existing permittees shall submit a conservation plan
by July ,31 1992. The following condition shall be placed on all
appropriate permits, and the elements listed in the condition
below shall be addressed in all nrw applications:
The permittee sharl submit tg the District a conservation plan
by July 31, 1992. li4p plaa shall include documentation and
assesaiet of current and potential intesal reuse, as well
as eternal regse sources. 7This plan shall also address
reducing
irrigation withdrawals though evaluation of the use of
drought tolerant landscaping for landscaped areas, where
present.
B. Golf Courses Conservation Plan
All permit applicants for golf course irrigation are required to
submit a water conservation plan specifically addressing
conversion to low volume irrigation methods, increased system
management, limiting frequent irrigation to water-critical
areas, and limiting irrigation of other areas, to the District at
time of application. Existing permitted shall submit a
conservation plan by July 31, 1992. In addition to the permit
condition listed in A., abovee, he following permit condition
shall be applied to all existing golf course permits, and the
elements listed in the condition below shall be addressed in all
new golf course permit applications:
The permitted Shall ubmit a report, to the District by July
31, 1992, detailing how and when the following itpms shall be
impleqmeted, and te expected reduction in withdrawals to be
achieved through implementation:

1, -ncreastig efficiency .f water application through
conversion to low-vo~Laie irrigation methods
2. Increased system management, including the use of devices
such as tensiometers to determine application frequency and
duration, and measures to liminate overspray.
3. Limiting high-frequency irrigation to water-critical areas,
such as tees and greens.
4i Reducing th, frequncy of irrigation for fairways.
S. Elimination of iqgLon of roughs.
IV. &Aumentation
Augmentation means using one source of water to supplement
another. Typically, augmentation involves using ground water to









supplement the surface water levels of lakes, ponds and wetlands.
Augmentation may be required by the District to itigate the
impacts of withdrawals, or it may be requested by an applicant
who wishes to raise surface-water levels. Augmentation is
permittable provided that the benefits outweigh any adverse
impacts to ground- or surface-water resources, depending on the
specific situation.
Augmentation for maintenance of lake and wetland natural habitat
can be permitted as long as no significant adverse impacts result
from the withdrawal. Augmentation may be allowed provided that
(1) alternative solutions have been addressed, (2) the need for
such augmentation has been established, (3) withdrawals for
augmentation do not cause significant adverse impacts, and (4)
measures are taken t` allow the surface water level to fluctuate
seasonally as described in Section 4.122.4.d. of the Basis of
Review. Augmentation above District-established applicable
minimum water levels is prohibited. Maximum ground- water
augmentation levels for lakes currently below established
minimum water levels will be based on recent historical levels.
Augmentation for purely aesthetic purposes, such as for creating
and maintaining water levels in constructed ponds shall not be
permitted. Existing permits which include aesthetic augmentation
may be renewed only if the criteria of Section 4.12.2.c. through
i. are implemented. Reuse of water through tail-water recovery
ponds in efficiently managed systems is encouraged and is not
considered augmentation.

V. lake impacts
A stressed condition for a lake is defined to be chronic
fluctuation below the normal range of lake level fluctuations.
For lakes with District-established management levels, a stressed
condition is a chronic fluctuation below the minimum low
management level. For those lakes without established management
levels, stressed conditions shall be determined on a case-by-
case basis through site investigation by District staff during
the permit evaluation process. The District maintains a list of
lakes within the WUCA which have been determined to be stressed.
A. Stressed Lakes New Withdrawals

Due to cumulative ground water and surface water withdrawal
impacts, new withdrawals from stressed lakes 'shall not be
permitted.
B. Stressed Lakes Existina Withdrawals

Existing permitted surface withdrawals from stressed lakes shall
be abandoned or replaced with an alternate source by September
30, 1993. Existing and new permitted withdrawals from lakes


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whiAc are, determined by-the District to be stressed following the
implementation of the WUCA Rule shall abandon or replace these
withdrawals with alternate sources within three years of the
designation of the stressed lake.
This requirement shall be implemented for all existing permits
which include surface vater vwthdrawals from stressed lakes by
applying the following permit conditions
All zisting surface water withdrawals fro streessd lakes
shall be abandoned or replaced with a surficial or Floridan
aquitfer ground-water source or a reuse source, by September
30, 1993. Such replacement shall require a modification of
the Water Use Permit.

This requirement shall be implemented for all existing and new
permits bhich include surface water withdrawals from lakes that
may be designated stressed in the future by applying the
following permit condition to all permits within the WUCA which
have surface water withdrawals from lakes:

Within 3 years froS notification by the District that the lake
from which the Peraittee is withdrawing is stressed, all
surface water withdrawals from, this take. shall be abandoned
or replaced wi#h a surficial pr floridan aquifer groun-water
sou9rer, or a reuse source, Au.h replacement shall require a
modification of the Water ,Use ermit.
Water users with existing surface withdrawals on stressed lakes
shall be allowed some impact on the lake from the
proposed replacement well as long as the quantities withdrawn do
not increase.

C. Stressed Lakes -, New Wround-water Withdrawals

New ground-water withdrawals which, adversely impact stressed
lakes, or which would cause a lake t become stressed, shall not
be permitted.

v* AlteMrnathe earces
A. Critical Water Suppy .Problem Area Desianation

The Northern Tampa Bay Water Use Caution Area is hereby declared
a critical water supply pIob em area pursuant to Chapter 17-40,
Florida Administrative Code.
B. Reuse
Investigation of the feasibility of reuse may be required for all
appropriate use, and reuse *shall be, required where feasible.
Reuse of treated wastewater as an alternate, replacement, or


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supplemental water source Qor irrigation, industrial process,
cleaning, or other non-potable wus shall be investigated by all
appropriate applicants or permittees. This item shall be
implemented through inclusion of the following condition on all
applicable permits with agricultural irrigation, recreational or
aesthetic irrigation, industrial or commercial, or mining or
dewatering uses:
The Permittee shall investigate the feasibility of using reuse
as a water source and submit a report describing the
feasibility to the District b (date spOeified). The report
shall cotasin an analysis of reuse sources for the area,
including the relative locqa ono of the*s sources to the
Permittee*s propety, qte quatity nda timing of reuse water
available, costs assIGate with obtaining the reuse water,
and an iqplefatation s edt for euse. Zafeasibility shall
be supported with a detailed explanation.
C. Reportina Reuse Quantities
1. Reclaimed Water Generators
Governmental or other entities holding Water Use Permits and
which generate treated wastewater effluent shall submit an
annual report listing the disposition of the effluent. This
report shall list the number'of connection -and total use for
each of the following categories of reuse: residential
irrigation, commercial /public irriOation. calf course
irrigation, agicultural and trial or other
use 'M-y 7-9t jlf-e see, industrialei- rei-a,-and
la-nd--ine. use oupplied ,- h .-u- -t- and the total annual
average daily quantity and ak month auantit supplied as
reuse for each catecAory This report shall also list the
annual average daily quantity of 'treated wastewater effluent
disposed, and the methods and locations of disposal for
effluent that is not reused. This requirement will be
implemented by applying the following condition to all
applicable permits:





The Permittee shall meter anl ranu serepet conetions of

addeudme to the annual pT Tfitn n eer stppeie uue^


The Iermittee shall meter all reuse service connections of




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sis. aThis reqicultuiremal t shall be ned by appying thead

owing permital condition to all a applicable permits:







,The PFor ee sha Z rg to the Distrist e listing
2, oeclaimd Wteor eceies ,


to record and report reuse quantities and sources on a monthly
basis. This requirement shall be imleaented by applying the
following permit condition to all applicable permits:
The erttee shal report to the District existing







connections to reclaimed water shall be reported to the
District within 0 .daje of connection to the,reuse source.
The lertittee shall list h soU e nao~ location, and
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iadnt surc, and obit thi p iforation torthe District by
the qtqh day of'e c month rt preceding month, in
conjunction with" the monthly pufage report.

+The following condition shall be applied to applicable permits
Sfor new use:.
Tlh Permittee shall report connection to reclaimed water to
the District within a3 days of ounectioo n to the reuse
source, Thee Peritte l list the souce nme, location,









and reclaimed quantities obtained in gallons per day, annual
favrae, or each soirie, and submit this infozfttion to the
District by the 10th day of each seoth for the preceding
aonth, in oonJMntion with the monthly pampage report.

D. Investigate DeMalination
All industrial and public supply applicants for new quantities
shall be required to investigate the feasibility of desalination
to provide all or a' pottion of re& qust quantities. This
requirement shall be impleeted by applying the following permit
condition to all applicable permits:
The Permittee shall investigate the feasibility of
desalination to provide all or a portion of the requested
quantities, and to 1~plement desalinAtiOn it feasible. The
report of this investigation shall be submitted with any
application for new quatities, and shall include a detailed
ioonomic analysis of deaiatsich, in.ldaag disposal costs,
versus develop-mnt- et treh wate supplies, including land
acquisition and crasaissita costs.

vl. Meterina of Witthdrawal
All permitted withdrawal points, on permits at or above 100,000
gallons per day annual average daily with-rawal, shall be metered
and the Pertittee shall be required to record and submit
withdrawal information. Wfildrawal points on permits Wxisting as
of the effective date of this rule, shtll b ustered at the
permitted's expense by July 31, 1995, except as provided below.
The following permit condition shall be applied to all active
permits with quantities at or above 500,000 gpd which shall have
meters provided by the District under the provisions of Section
5.1, Basis of Review, for withdrawal points existing prior to
October, 1 989:
At such time as the District completes installation of
meters) on all applicable withdrawal points, the Permittee
shall record the total withdrawal o bach etered withdrawal
point. 1 thral peli a. a t OP 30, 1989
shall be smete4e
meters within 90 t at dOnastdaio 'E' s expense.
such device shall maintain an Maouracy within five percent
of atipal flow as installed. Total withdrawals shall be
reported to the District (using District format) on or before
the tenth day of the following month.
Withdrawal points existing prior to the effective date of this
rule, on permits granted for quantities at or above 100,000 gpd,
which will not receive District-supplied meters under the
provisions of Section 5.1, Basis of Review, shall receive the
following condition:


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The following withdrawal pins (bDiatict ZD .npmbers) shall
ko equipped yith reable tota ing fLow meters or
other eeasauing a4vigd q s in writing by the
Director, Resource Regulation Dpa et. Such devices shall
have and maintain an accuracy within five percent of the
actual flow as iatalled. ThoseA de4iguate withdrawal points
not equipped with such devicoei on the dat of prfmlt issuance
shall be equipped by July 314 1-995.
Total Withdagwal froeah r withdawal point shall be
recorded on a Ot bi a d reported th th District
(using District fo at)9 on 4 r before the tenth day of the
following month.
P,ermits grand -for' quantif es,,a or aOove 10,00,00 pd, which
have withdrawal points. constrate~p after thei effect ve date of
this rule, shall receive the following coidiftion:
The. following w i poi t (District ID nuaiers) shall
beK equipped ith n ma u totalixing flow meters or
other measuring d oe as approved ai writing by the
Director, Resource Regulation Department. Such devices shall
have and maintain an accuracy .,viin five. per ent of the
actual flow as installed. TSide-desl nated withrd`ial points
a o equipped w-th such devices on the data of, pei t issuance
shall be equi' e4 within i9 dayP of completion o 09oatruction
of Whe withdrawal facility, uneiiiss an tension is grted by
the Di retor, E..L~oou lg begii-aion. Total vrithqira~ from each
monitored seorce fhu hLe record pa a *oanh lyf.basis and
reported to the Dit ict (uqing Qi trict format) on or before
the tenth day of the following month.
All permits with reporting requirements shall receive the
following condition:
A&& Three copies of all reports and onea cai oat qquired
by the permit shall be submitted to the District and hall be
addressed to!,
PIrmits Data droup
soutjwert le:ri4a later ~mageme nt District
2379 B ro lree ,,
DBreoksv ile, iitida.- 34609a-6B99




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