PUBLIC LAW 100-4—FEB. 4, 1987
101 STAT. 71
'- shall issue regulations (based on the results of the studies conducted under paragraph (5)) which designate stormwater discharges, other than those discharges described in paragraph (2), to be regulated to protect water quality and shall establish a comprehensive program to regulate such designated sources. The program shall, at a minimum, (A) establish priorities, (B) establish requirements for State stormwater management programs, and (C) establish expeditious deadlines. The program may include performance standards, guidelines, guidance, and management practices and treatment requirements, as appropriate.". SEC. 406. SEWAGE SLUDGE. (a) IDENTIFICATION AND REGULATION OF TOXIC POLLUTANTS.—Sec-
tion 405(d) is amended— (1) by inserting "(1) REGULATIONS.—" before "The Adminis-
33 USC 1345.
(2) by striking "(1)", "(2)", and "(3)" and inserting in lieu thereof "(A)", "(B)", and "(C)", respectively; and (3) by adding at the end the following new paragraphs: "(2) IDENTIFICATION AND REGULATION OF TOXIC POLLUTANTS.— "(A) O N BASIS OF AVAILABLE INFORMATION.— "(i) PROPOSED REGULATIONS.—Not later than Novem-
ber 30, 1986, the Administrator shall identify those ,1^ w toxic pollutants which, on the basis of available information on their toxicity, persistence, concentration, mobility, or potential for exposure, may be ,,,, present in sewage sludge in concentrations which may i* adversely affect public health or the environment, and f propose regulations specifying acceptable management practices for sewage sludge containing each such toxic pollutant and establishing numerical limitations for each such pollutant for each use identified under para.
graph (1)(A). t. "(ii) FINAL REGULATIONS.—Not later than August 31, 1987, and after opportunity for public hearing, the c '^,f#i • Administrator shall promulgate the regulations required by subparagraph (A)(i).
"(B) OTHERS.— "(i) PROPOSED REGULATIONS.—Not
later than July 31, 1987, the Administrator shall identify those toxic .t t pollutants not identified under subparagraph (A)(i) f^/r which may be present in sewage sludge in concentra^.Cj n. tions which may adversely affect public health or the environment, and propose regulations specifying
5 acceptable management practices for sewage sludge containing each such toxic pollutant and establishing numerical limitations for each pollutant for each such use identified under paragraph (1)(A). "(ii) FINAL REGULATIONS.—Not later than June 15, 1988, the Administrator shall promulgate the regulations required by subparagraph (B)(i). "(C) REVIEW.—From time to time, but not less often than every 2 years, the Administrator shall review the regulations promulgated under this paragraph for the purpose of identifying additional toxic pollutants and promulgating