Licence conditions for pollution studies and reduction program


  

Licence conditions for pollution studies and reduction programs

Summary
 
Licence number: 832
Title: Stormwater Infiltration and Inflow Abatement Program
Start date: 26 May 2017
 
Licence Condition
Initial Report The licensee must produce and submit a report to the EPA email address  north.coast@epa.nsw.gov.au, which includes a map, that identifies all condition 3 and 4 sewerage mains across the Kyogle Sewerage Reticulation System (KSRS). The report must: Detail the criteria and any reference document used to establish the condition 3 and 4 classification of sewerage mains as referenced in the licensee's letter dated 5 May 2017; Identify the mains relining and CCTV inspection schedule and timeframes for each specific sewer main; Include details of the timeline for actions to be taken by the licensee to remove illegal stormwater connections to the KSRS in accordance with the letter dated 5 May 2017; and Identify flow volume monitoring systems and measures the licensee will implement to monitor and report on the reduction in infiltration and inflow as a result of the relining program. Compliance Date: 16 March 2018.       
Final Stormwater Infiltration and Inflow Abatement Program Report. The licensee must produce and submit a report to the EPA email address north.coast@epa.nsw.gov.au that summarises and assesses the works and measures carried out under the program in the context of available monitoring data. The final report should also include: A map that identifies all condition 3 and 4 mains across the Kyogle Sewerage Reticulation System (KSRS) that have been relined up to the period ended 30 June 2021; The location of all illegal stormwater connections that have been identified that are yet to be removed; Identifies areas of the KSRS yet to be subject to effective actions to identify and remove illegal stormwater connections;  Analysis of flow volume monitoring data that specifically reports on the success of abatement actions during the program and identifies additional actions to identify and treat outstanding infiltration and inflow issues; and Details monitoring systems and triggers (including ongoing CCTV inspection programs) that will be implemented by the licensee to manage stormwater infiltration and inflow under a documented KSRS maintenance system.  Compliance Date: 31 August 2021.  
Infiltration and Inflow Abatement Program Progress Reports The licensee must produce and submit reports to the EPA email address north.coast@epa.nsw.gov.au that detail progress in implementing the mains relining and CCTV inspection schedule set out in the Initial Report during the previous six months. Each progress report must: Detail and map the specific sewer mains that have been relined and CCTV inspected; Detail the findings as a result of the CCTV inspection program including any reports provided by contractors engaged by the licensee regarding the condition of mains and remedial actions; Detail actions taken to identify illegal connections to KSRS including: The number and nature of illegal connections identified; and Actions taken to address identified illegal connections. 4.  Report and analyse the results of flow monitoring, including tracking any reduction in volumes attributable to infiltration and inflow abatement works. Compliance Date: 30 December 2017 and subsequent twelve monthly progress reports submitted each year with the annual return through to 30 December 2020.