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HJ 1083-2020

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Standard ID HJ 1083-2020 (HJ1083-2020)
Description (Translated English) Self-monitoring technology guidelines for pollution sources--Wastewater treatment
Sector / Industry Environmental Protection Industry Standard
Word Count Estimation 10,159
Date of Issue 1/6/2020
Date of Implementation 4/1/2020
Drafting Organization China National Environmental Monitoring Station
Administrative Organization Ministry of Ecology and Environment

HJ 1083-2020
Self-monitoring technology guidelines for pollution sources--Wastewater treatment
National Environmental Protection Standard of the People's Republic of China
Technical guide for self-monitoring of sewage units
Water treatment
Self-monitoring technology guidelines for pollution sources
-Wastewater treatment
2020-01-06 released
2020-04-01 implementation
Ministry of Ecology and Environment
Contents
Foreword ...
1 Scope ... 1
2 Normative references ... 1
3 Terms and definitions ... 1
4 General requirements for self-monitoring ... 2
5 Monitoring plan development ... 2
6 Information logging and reporting ... 6
7 Other ... 6
Foreword
In order to implement the "Environmental Protection Law of the People's Republic of China"
National Air Pollution Control Law, which guides and regulates the self-monitoring work of water treatment and sewage discharge units to formulate this standard.
This standard proposes general requirements for self-monitoring by water treatment and sewage discharge units, formulation of monitoring programs, information recording and reporting.
The basic content and requirements of the report.
This standard is issued for the first time.
This standard is formulated by the Department of Eco-Environmental Monitoring, Laws and Standards Department of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment.
The main drafting organizations of this standard. China National Environmental Monitoring Station and Hubei Province Environmental Monitoring Center Station.
This standard was approved by the Ministry of Ecology and Environment on January 6, 2020.
This standard will be implemented as of April 01, 2020.
This standard is explained by the Ministry of Ecology and Environment.
Sewage Unit Self-Monitoring Technical Guide Water Treatment
1 Scope
This standard sets out the general requirements for self-monitoring by water treatment and sewage discharge units, the development of monitoring programs, information recording and reporting.
Basic content and requirements.
This standard applies to water and air pollutants, sludge, and plant boundary
Monitoring of environmental noise and its surrounding environmental quality.
This standard does not apply to urban sewage treatment plants and other domestic sewage treatment plants with a processing capacity of less than 500m3/d.
For a centralized sewage treatment plant of a single industry type, if there is a clear regulation in the technical guide for self-monitoring by the corresponding industry sewage unit
Set, follow its provisions.
The self-monitoring requirements of self-provided thermal power generating units (plants) and supporting power boilers are implemented in accordance with HJ 820.
2 Normative references
The content of this standard refers to the following documents or clauses therein. For undated references, the valid version is
Used in this standard.
GB 18918 Pollutant Discharge Standard for Urban Sewage Treatment Plants
HJ 442 Specifications for Environmental Monitoring in Coastal Waters
HJ 819 Technical Guidelines for Self-monitoring of Sewage Units
HJ 820 Technical Guideline for Self-monitoring of Sewage Units
HJ 978 Application for Sewage Permit and Issuance of Technical Specifications
HJ/T 2.3 Technical Guidelines for Environmental Impact Assessment Surface Water Environment
HJ/T 91 Technical specifications for surface water and sewage monitoring
3 terms and definitions
GB 18918, HJ 978 and the following terms and definitions apply to this standard.
3.1
Wastewater treatment unit
Refers to sewage treatment plants for centralized treatment of domestic sewage and industrial wastewater, including urban sewage treatment plants,
Sewage treatment plant, industrial wastewater centralized treatment plant.
3.2
Municipal wastewater treatment plant
Refers to a sewage treatment plant that purifies sewage entering the urban sewage collection system.
3.3
Other wastewater treatment plant
In addition to urban sewage treatment plants, other sewage treatment plants that provide domestic sewage treatment services to the public.
3.4
Industrial wastewater treatment plant
In addition to domestic sewage treatment plants, special treatment of industrial wastewater, or in industrial clusters such as industrial parks and development zones
Sewage discharge units provide sewage treatment services and serve as sewage treatment plants for ancillary facilities in industrial clusters.
3.5
Centralized wastewater treatment plant for single industry type
type industry
Refers to a sewage treatment plant that provides wastewater treatment services to two or more sewage discharge units of the same industry.
3.6
Sludge sludge
Refers to the semi-solid or solid substances with different water content produced by the sewage treatment unit during the process of sewage purification, not including
Including grid slag, scum and grit of grit chamber.
3.7
Rainwater outlet
Refers to discharge outlets that discharge natural precipitation directly outside the plant boundary, directly or through facilities such as trenches, canals, or pipelines.
4 General requirements for self-monitoring
Water treatment and sewage discharge units shall find out their own pollution sources, pollutant indicators and potential environmental impacts, and formulate monitoring plans.
Set up and maintain monitoring facilities, carry out self-monitoring in accordance with the monitoring plan, do quality assurance and quality control, record and keep
Monitoring data, and publicizing the monitoring results to the public according to law.
5 Monitoring plan development
5.1 Inflow monitoring
5.1.1 Urban sewage treatment plants and other domestic sewage treatment plants
The monitoring points, indicators and minimum monitoring frequency of the influx of urban sewage treatment plants and other domestic sewage treatment plants shall be implemented according to Table 1.
Row.
Table 1 Influent monitoring indicators and minimum monitoring frequency of urban sewage treatment plants and other domestic sewage treatment plants
Monitoring point monitoring frequency
Water inlet
Automatic monitoring of flow, COD, ammonia nitrogen
Total phosphorus and nitrogen
Note. The automatic monitoring data of the water main must be networked with the platform of the local ecological environment and environmental protection department's pollution source automatic monitoring system platform.
5.1.2 Industrial wastewater centralized treatment plant
The monitoring points, indicators and minimum monitoring frequency of the industrial wastewater centralized treatment plant shall be implemented in accordance with Table 2.
Table 2 Influent monitoring indicators and minimum frequency of industrial wastewater centralized treatment plants
Monitoring point monitoring frequency
Water inlet
Automatic monitoring of flow, COD, ammonia nitrogen
Total phosphorus and nitrogen
Before mixing industrial wastewater
Total wastewater discharge in accordance with the relevant industry discharge permit application and technical specifications or self-monitoring technical guidelines
It is determined in accordance with HJ 819 that the technical specifications and self-monitoring technical guidelines for the application and issuance of sewage discharge permits without industry
The requirements for the total waste water outlet of the medium-sized wastewater are determined.
Note 1. The automatic monitoring data of the water main must be networked with the platform of the local ecological environment and environmental pollution control system.
Note 2. The monitoring results of wastewater before industrial wastewater mixing can use the self-monitoring data of the wastewater discharge unit or carry out the monitoring on its own.
5.2 Wastewater discharge monitoring
5.2.1 Urban sewage treatment plants and other domestic sewage treatment plants
The wastewater discharge monitoring points, monitoring indicators and minimum monitoring frequency of urban sewage treatment plants and other domestic sewage treatment plants are as follows.
Follow Table 3.
Urban sewage treatment plants and other domestic sewage treatment plants that accept industrial waste water containing toxic and harmful water pollutants shall refer to Table 4
Increase the frequency of monitoring of toxic and harmful pollutants.
If the changes in the influent cause the types of pollutants to change, the self-monitoring scheme should be adjusted in accordance with Table 3.
Table 3 Monitoring indicators and minimum frequency of wastewater discharge from urban sewage treatment plants and other domestic sewage treatment plants
Monitoring point monitoring index
Monitoring frequency
Capacity ≥ 20,000 m3/d Capacity < 20,000 m3/d
Total wastewater discharge
Mouth a
Flow, pH, water temperature, COD, ammonia nitrogen, total phosphorus,
Total nitrogen b
Automatic monitoring
Suspended matter, chroma, five-day BOD, animal and vegetable oil,
Petroleum, anionic surfactant, fecal coliform count
Month quarter
Total cadmium, total chromium, total mercury, total lead, total arsenic, and hexavalent chromium
Alkylmercury
Permissible indicators included in Table 3 of GB 18918
Other pollutants c
Rainwater discharge outlet pH value, chemical oxygen demand, ammonia nitrogen, suspended matter month d
aBefore the wastewater is discharged into the environment water body, if there are other wastewater discharge units mixed with wastewater, monitoring points should be set before and after the wastewater is mixed.
b Prior to the release and implementation of the technical specification for automatic monitoring of total nitrogen, daily monitoring is required.
c Accept other pollutants contained in the discharge standards implemented by industrial wastewater.
dMonthly monitor for rainwater discharge when there is flowing water discharge. If there is no abnormal situation in the monitoring for one year, it can be relaxed to carry out monitoring once a quarter.
Note. The municipal and above-level ecological and environmental authorities with districts clearly require pollutant indicators to be installed with automatic monitoring equipment, and must take automatic monitoring.
5.2.2 Industrial wastewater centralized treatment plant
Wastewater monitoring indicators for industrial wastewater centralized treatment plants that treat mixed industry wastewater are subject to pollutants included in the discharge permit control
The indicators are determined, the monitoring points and the minimum monitoring frequency are implemented according to Table 4.
If the type of pollutants changes due to changes in the inflow of sewage units, the self-monitoring scheme should be adjusted according to Table 4.
Table 4 Monitoring indicators and minimum monitoring frequency of wastewater discharge from a centralized industrial wastewater treatment plant
Monitoring point monitoring index
Monitoring frequency
Direct emissions indirect emissions
Total wastewater discharge
Mouth a
Automatic monitoring of flow rate, pH value, water temperature, COD, ammonia nitrogen, total phosphorus, total nitrogen
Suspended matter, chroma, sun and moon
5-Day Biochemical Oxygen Demand, Petroleum Rose
Total cadmium, total chromium, total mercury, total lead, total arsenic, hexavalent chromium
Other pollutants c quarter
Rainwater discharge outlet pH value, chemical oxygen demand, ammonia nitrogen, suspended matter month d
aBefore the wastewater is discharged into the environment water body, if there are other wastewater discharge units mixed with wastewater, monitoring points should be set before and after the wastewater is mixed.
b Prior to the release and implementation of the technical specification for automatic monitoring of total nitrogen, daily monitoring is required.
c Accept other pollutants contained in the discharge standards implemented by industrial wastewater.
dMonthly monitor for rainwater discharge when there is flowing water discharge. If there is no abnormal situation in the monitoring for one year, it can be relaxed to carry out monitoring once a quarter.
Note. The municipal and above-level ecological and environmental authorities with districts clearly require pollutant indicators to be installed with automatic monitoring equipment, and must take automatic monitoring.
5.3 Exhaust emission monitoring
5.3.1 Organized exhaust emission monitoring
Water treatment and sewage disposal unit Self-built solid waste incineration facility and self-built deodorization device exhaust tube Organized exhaust gas emission monitoring point
Position, monitoring index and minimum monitoring frequency shall be implemented in accordance with Table 5.
Table 5 Organized exhaust emission monitoring indicators and minimum monitoring frequency
Monitoring point monitoring frequency
General solid waste incineration
Furnace exhaust
Automatic monitoring of particulate matter, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, hydrogen chloride
Mercury and its compounds, (cadmium, thallium and its compounds), (antimony, arsenic, lead, chromium, cobalt,
Copper, manganese, nickel and their compounds)
Month a
Dioxin year
Hazardous waste incinerator
Inflator
Automatic monitoring of particulate matter (smoke and dust), sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, hydrogen chloride
Smoke blackness, hydrogen fluoride, mercury and its compounds, cadmium and its compounds, (arsenic, nickel and
Its compounds), lead and its compounds, (chromium, tin, antimony, copper, manganese and their compounds)
Dioxin year
Deodorizing device exhaust odor concentration, hydrogen sulfide, ammonia for half a year
aIf there is no abnormality in the monitoring for one year, it can be relaxed to carry out monitoring at least once a year.
Note. The flue gas parameters and pollutant concentrations should be monitored simultaneously.
5.3.2 Monitoring of fugitive exhaust emissions
The monitoring points, monitoring indicators and minimum monitoring frequency of fugitive exhaust emissions shall be implemented in accordance with Table 6.
Table 6 Monitoring points, monitoring indicators and minimum monitoring frequency of fugitive exhaust emissions
Monitoring point monitoring frequency
The highest concentration point at the boundary of the plant or the protective belt a. Ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, and odor concentration for half a year
Highest methane volume concentration in plant b methane c year
a The highest concentration point on the edge of the protective belt is usually located near the sludge dewatering machine room.
b is usually located at the grid, primary sedimentation tank, sludge digestion tank, sludge concentration tank, sludge dewatering machine room, etc., select the highest concentration point to set the monitoring point.
c implementation of GB 18918 sewage unit implementation.
Note. The flue gas parameters and pollutant concentrations should be monitored simultaneously.
5.4 Monitoring of factory environmental noise
The setting of the environmental noise monitoring points at the factory boundary should follow the principles in HJ 819. When setting the points, Table 7 noise sources should be considered at the factory.
Distribution in the area. Environmental noise at the factory boundary shall be monitored at least once a day and night every quarter.
Test frequency.
Table 7 Monitoring indicators and minimum frequency of environmental noise at the factory boundary
Monitoring frequency of noise source and main equipment monitoring indicators
Water inlet pump, aerator, sludge return pump, sludge dewaterer,
Air compressor, various fans, etc.
Equivalent continuous A sound level quarter
5.5 Sludge monitoring
The sludge monitoring indicators and frequency shall be implemented in accordance with Table 8. For sludge that has other uses after leaving the factory, it shall be required according to relevant standards.
Seek monitoring.
Table 8 Sludge monitoring indicators and minimum monitoring frequency of urban sewage treatment plants and other domestic sewage treatment plants
Monitoring index monitoring frequency note
Water content day
Applicable to the case of aerobic compost sludge stabilization treatment
Worm egg mortality, fecal coliform value month
Organic matter degradation rate
Suitable for anaerobic digestion, aerobic digestion, and aerobic compost sludge stabilization
The situation of fixed processing
5.6 Monitoring of surrounding environmental quality impact
5.6.1 Pollutant emission standards, environmental impact assessment documents and their approvals [only available after January 1,.2015 (inclusive)
If the pollutant discharge unit approved by the environmental impact assessment] or other environmental management policies have clear requirements, they shall be implemented as required.
5.6.2 If there is no clear requirement, the sewage disposal unit can monitor the surrounding surface water and seawater according to the actual situation.
The sewage discharge units connected to the surface water and seawater can be set up monitoring sections and monitoring according to HJ/T 2.3, HJ/T 91, HJ 442
Point, monitoring index and minimum monitoring frequency shall be implemented according to Table 9.
Table 9 Monitoring indicators and minimum monitoring frequency of surrounding environmental quality impact
Monitoring frequency of target environmental monitoring indicators
Surface water
General indicators. pH value, suspended matter, chemical oxygen demand, five-day biochemical oxygen demand
Amount, ammonia nitrogen, total phosphorus, total nitrogen, petroleum, etc.
Characteristic indicators a. heavy metals, refractory organic compounds, residual chlorine b, etc.
Monitor at least during the high, dry and flat seasons each year
once
seawater
General indicators. pH, chemical oxygen demand, five-day biochemical oxygen demand, dissolution
Oxygen, active phosphate, inorganic nitrogen, petroleum, etc.
Characteristic indicators a. heavy metals, residual chlorine b, etc.
Monitoring at least during high tide and low tide each year
once
a It is applicable to the situation where there is a large amount of related wastewater received and treated, and specific monitoring indicators can be determined according to the received wastewater situation.
b Applicable to the situation of disinfecting sewage with chlorine-containing chemicals.
5.7 Other requirements
5.7.1 In addition to the pollutant indicators in Tables 1 to 9, pollutant discharge permits, pollutant discharge (control) standards implemented,
Environmental impact assessment documents and their approvals [Only after the January 1,.2015 (incl.
Position], pollutant indicators clearly required by relevant management regulations should also be included in the scope of monitoring indicators, and refer to Tables 1-9 and HJ 819
Determine the frequency of monitoring.
5.7.2 The monitoring frequency of each indicator can meet the requirements of this standard.
High monitoring frequency.
5.7.3 Sampling methods, monitoring analysis methods, monitoring quality assurance and quality control shall be implemented in accordance with HJ 819.
5.7.4 The description and changes of the monitoring plan shall be implemented in accordance with HJ 819.
6 Information recording and reporting
6.1 Information records
6.1.1 Manual monitoring records and automatic monitoring operation and maintenance records are performed in accordance with HJ 819.
6.1.2 Use daily and monthly reports of the operation status of water treatment and sewage discharge units to record water volume information, which should include total sewage inflow,
Discharge, treatment and recycling.
6.1.3 Use daily and monthly reports of the operation status of water treatment and sewage discharge units to record power consumption information, which should include electricity consumption and blowers
Group power consumption.
6.1.4 Use daily and monthly reports on the operation status of water treatment and sewage discharge units to record the information on the use of pharmaceuticals.
Name and dosage of each medicament used, and indicate the proportion of active ingredients in the medicament
6.1.5 The daily and monthly reports on the operation status of water treatment and sewage discharge units shall be used to record the sludge amount information, which shall include the sludge generation amount,
Processing capacity, various types of consumption, storage capacity.
6.2 Report and information disclosure
Information reports, emergency reports and information disclosure are implemented in accordance with HJ 819.
7 other
Except for the content specified in this standard, it shall be implemented in accordance with HJ 819.
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