EPA Auto Salvage Guide: Discharges to Injection Well Systems

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If you have a floor drain which leads to an injection well, you are subject to

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underground injection control (UIC) regulations. The UIC regulations are in place to protect underground drinking water sources from becoming contaminated. If you are discharging industrial wastewater to a floor drain that leads to a septic system or other injection well system, you could be in violation of water pollution control laws. Examples of injection wells include dry wells, drain fields and cesspools. In addition, a floor drain that is tied to a septic tank, mound system or leaching lines is defined as an injection well system. Use the EPA Auto Salvage Guide: Discharges to Injection Well Systems mobile app to ensure your salvage yard is in compliance. Help your business. Help the Planet!

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