Illicit Discharge

Illicit Discharge – Any discharge to a conveyance that is not composed entirely of storm water except naturally occurring floatables such as leaves or tree limbs.

Mode of Entry

  • Direct Entry
    • Sewage, industrial, or commercial cross connection
    • Straight pipe discharges
  • Indirect Entry
    • Groundwater seepage
    • Spills
    • Dumping
    • Outdoor washing
    • Non-target/irrigation water

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