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General Information
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Agency Facility Reporting Period Due Date Date Received Certified By
Poseidon Resources (Channelside) LP Co. Claude "Bud" Lewis Carlsbad Desalination Plant 12/01/2017 to 12/31/2017 02/01/2018 02/01/2018 Peter MacLaggan
  
  
  
  
Expand/Contract Monitoring Locations
Monitoring Locations
Name Type Lat/Long Associated Discharge Point Receiving Water Description(+)
A-00 Receiving Water Monitoring 33.154444/-117.352222 None Pacific Ocean Coastal Waters SURF ZONE MONITORING STATION: 7,000 feet upcoast (northerly) of the discharge ch
A-10 Receiving Water Monitoring None None Pacific Ocean Coastal Waters OFFSHORE MONITORING STATION: 7,000 feet upcoast (northerly) of the discharge cha
A-20 Receiving Water Monitoring None None Pacific Ocean Coastal Waters OFFSHORE MONITORING STATION: 7,000 feet upcoast (northerly) of the discharge cha
A-30 Receiving Water Monitoring None None Pacific Ocean Coastal Waters OFFSHORE MONITORING STATION: 7,000 feet upcoast (northerly) of the discharge cha
A-40 Receiving Water Monitoring None None None 7000 feet upcoast (northerly) of the discharge channel, 3400 ft. offshore; surfa
C-10 Receiving Water Monitoring 33.14/-117.343056 None Pacific Ocean Coastal Waters OFFSHORE MONITORING STATION:1,000 feet upcoast (northerly) of the discharge chan
C-20 Receiving Water Monitoring 33.139444/-117.344167 None Pacific Ocean Coastal Waters OFFSHORE MONITORING STATION:1,000 feet upcoast (northerly) of the discharge chan
C-30 Receiving Water Monitoring 33.137778/-117.347222 None Pacific Ocean Coastal Waters OFFSHORE MONITORING STATION: 1,000 feet upcoast (northerly) of the discharge cha
D-10 Receiving Water Monitoring 33.137222/-117.341944 None Pacific Ocean Coastal Waters OFFSHORE MONITORING STATION: Normal to the discharge channel, 656 feet (200 mete
D-20 Receiving Water Monitoring 33.136389/-117.343333 None Pacific Ocean Coastal Waters OFFSHORE MONITORING STATION: Normal to the discharge channel, 1,129 feet off the
D-30 Receiving Water Monitoring 33.135556/-117.344444 None Pacific Ocean Coastal Waters OFFSHORE MONITORING STATION: Normal to the discharge channel, 1,600 feet off the
D-50 Receiving Water Monitoring 33.133611/-117.347778 None Pacific Ocean Coastal Waters OFFSHORE MONITORING STATION: Normal to the discharge channel, 2,800 feet off the
E-10 Receiving Water Monitoring None None Pacific Ocean Coastal Waters OFFSHORE MONITORING STATION: 1,000 feet downcoast (southerly) of the discharge c
E-20 Receiving Water Monitoring 33.134722/-117.340556 None Pacific Ocean Coastal Waters OFFSHORE MONITORING STATION: 1,000 feet downcoast (southerly) of the discharge c
E-30 Receiving Water Monitoring 33.132778/-117.344167 None Pacific Ocean Coastal Waters OFFSHORE MONITORING STATION: 1,000 feet downcoast (southerly) of the discharge c
M-001 Effluent Monitoring 38.138056/-117.339444 None N/A At a location downstream of all contributing flows to the Facility effluent, pri
M-002 Effluent Monitoring 38.138056/-117.339444 Outfall 001 N/A At the final effluent pond that contains combined Facility and Encina Power Stat
M-INF Influent Monitoring 38.138056/-117.339444 None N/A At a location upstream of all in-plant return flows where a representative influ
Total Monitoring Locations: 18
  
  
  
  
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No Discharge Dates
Discharge Point Name Description(+) Dates of No Discharge Comments
  
  
  
  
Expand/Contract Analytical Data
Data Summary-Analytical
Monitoring Point Parameter Analytical Method Qualifier Result Units Sample Date MDL ML RL Comments
M-001 Chronic Toxicity Data Unavailable < 6.67 TUc 12/04/2017 None None None EPA/600/R-95/136, 1995 West Coast Marine Chronic
M-001 Chronic Toxicity Data Unavailable < 6.67 TUc 12/05/2017 None None None EPA/600/R-95/136, 1995 West Coast Marine Chronic
M-001 Chronic Toxicity Data Unavailable < 6.67 TUc 12/06/2017 None None None EPA/600/R-95/136, 1995 West Coast Marine Chronic
M-001 Chronic Toxicity Data Unavailable = 16.5 TUc 12/11/2017 None None None EPA/600/R-95/136, 1995 West Coast Marine Chronic
M-001 Chronic Toxicity Data Unavailable = 10 TUc 12/14/2017 None None None EPA/600/R-95/136, 1995 West Coast Marine Chronic
M-001 Chronic Toxicity Data Unavailable = 40 TUc 12/15/2017 None None None EPA/600/R-95/136, 1995 West Coast Marine Chronic
M-001 Chronic Toxicity Data Unavailable = 20 TUc 12/19/2017 None None None EPA/600/R-95/136, 1995 West Coast Marine Chronic
M-001 Chronic Toxicity Data Unavailable = 40 TUc 12/22/2017 None None None EPA/600/R-95/136, 1995 West Coast Marine Chronic
M-001 Chronic Toxicity Data Unavailable = 40 TUc 12/27/2017 None None None EPA/600/R-95/136, 1995 West Coast Marine Chronic
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 58.53 MGD 12/01/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 58.25 MGD 12/02/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 58.71 MGD 12/03/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 53.61 MGD 12/04/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 0 MGD 12/05/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 51.53 MGD 12/06/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 54.01 MGD 12/07/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 54.04 MGD 12/08/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 54.86 MGD 12/09/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 54.64 MGD 12/10/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 55.72 MGD 12/11/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 57.13 MGD 12/12/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 54.75 MGD 12/13/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 58.61 MGD 12/14/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 59.75 MGD 12/15/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 57.95 MGD 12/16/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 57.97 MGD 12/17/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 56.35 MGD 12/18/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 54.86 MGD 12/19/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 56.17 MGD 12/20/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 58.92 MGD 12/21/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 56.71 MGD 12/22/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 54.29 MGD 12/23/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 53.9 MGD 12/24/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 54.03 MGD 12/25/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 55.07 MGD 12/26/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 56.97 MGD 12/27/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 56.51 MGD 12/28/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 57.09 MGD 12/29/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 57.29 MGD 12/30/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Flow Data Unavailable = 56.52 MGD 12/31/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-001 Oil and Grease HEM and SGT-HEM by Extraction and Gravimetry, Rev. A < 1.3 mg/L 12/01/2017 None None None None
M-001 Oil and Grease HEM and SGT-HEM by Extraction and Gravimetry, Rev. A < 1.3 mg/L 12/04/2017 None None None None
M-001 Oil and Grease HEM and SGT-HEM by Extraction and Gravimetry, Rev. A < 1.3 mg/L 12/06/2017 None None None None
M-001 Oil and Grease HEM and SGT-HEM by Extraction and Gravimetry, Rev. A < 1.3 mg/L 12/08/2017 None None None None
M-001 Oil and Grease HEM and SGT-HEM by Extraction and Gravimetry, Rev. A < 1.3 mg/L 12/14/2017 None None None None
M-001 Oil and Grease HEM and SGT-HEM by Extraction and Gravimetry, Rev. A < 1.3 mg/L 12/15/2017 None None None None
M-001 Oil and Grease HEM and SGT-HEM by Extraction and Gravimetry, Rev. A < 1.3 mg/L 12/21/2017 None None None None
M-001 Oil and Grease HEM and SGT-HEM by Extraction and Gravimetry, Rev. A < 1.3 mg/L 12/22/2017 None None None None
M-001 Salinity Data Unavailable = 60 ppth 12/01/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-001 Salinity Data Unavailable = 48 ppth 12/04/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-001 Salinity Data Unavailable = 33 ppth 12/06/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-001 Salinity Data Unavailable = 59 ppth 12/08/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-001 Salinity Data Unavailable = 55 ppth 12/14/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-001 Salinity Data Unavailable = 55 ppth 12/15/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-001 Salinity Data Unavailable = 56 ppth 12/21/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-001 Salinity Data Unavailable = 58 ppth 12/22/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-001 Settleable Solids Standard Method (19th) 2540 F: Settleable Solids < 0.1 ml/L 12/01/2017 None None None None
M-001 Settleable Solids Standard Method (19th) 2540 F: Settleable Solids < 0.1 ml/L 12/04/2017 None None None None
M-001 Settleable Solids Standard Method (19th) 2540 F: Settleable Solids < 0.1 ml/L 12/06/2017 None None None None
M-001 Settleable Solids Standard Method (19th) 2540 F: Settleable Solids < 0.1 ml/L 12/08/2017 None None None None
M-001 Settleable Solids Standard Method (19th) 2540 F: Settleable Solids < 0.1 ml/L 12/14/2017 None None None None
M-001 Settleable Solids Standard Method (19th) 2540 F: Settleable Solids < 0.1 ml/L 12/15/2017 None None None None
M-001 Settleable Solids Standard Method (19th) 2540 F: Settleable Solids < 0.1 ml/L 12/21/2017 None None None None
M-001 Settleable Solids Standard Method (19th) 2540 F: Settleable Solids < 0.1 ml/L 12/22/2017 None None None None
M-001 Temperature Standard Method (19th) 2550 B: Temperature, Lab and Field Methods = 62.1 Degrees F 12/01/2017 None None None Field Reading
M-001 Temperature Standard Method (19th) 2550 B: Temperature, Lab and Field Methods = 63.1 Degrees F 12/04/2017 None None None Field Reading
M-001 Temperature Standard Method (19th) 2550 B: Temperature, Lab and Field Methods = 63.5 Degrees F 12/06/2017 None None None Field Reading
M-001 Temperature Standard Method (19th) 2550 B: Temperature, Lab and Field Methods = 63.7 Degrees F 12/08/2017 None None None Field Reading
M-001 Temperature Standard Method (19th) 2550 B: Temperature, Lab and Field Methods = 63.5 Degrees F 12/14/2017 None None None Field Reading
M-001 Temperature Standard Method (19th) 2550 B: Temperature, Lab and Field Methods = 59.7 Degrees F 12/15/2017 None None None Field Reading
M-001 Temperature Standard Method (19th) 2550 B: Temperature, Lab and Field Methods = 65.2 Degrees F 12/21/2017 None None None Field Reading
M-001 Temperature Standard Method (19th) 2550 B: Temperature, Lab and Field Methods = 58.9 Degrees F 12/22/2017 None None None Field Reading
M-001 Total Suspended Solids (TSS) Standard Method (19th) 2540 D: Tot. Sus. Solids Dried 103-105C = 42 mg/L 12/01/2017 None None None None
M-001 Total Suspended Solids (TSS) Standard Method (19th) 2540 D: Tot. Sus. Solids Dried 103-105C = 19 mg/L 12/04/2017 None None None None
M-001 Total Suspended Solids (TSS) Standard Method (19th) 2540 D: Tot. Sus. Solids Dried 103-105C = 4 mg/L 12/06/2017 None None None None
M-001 Total Suspended Solids (TSS) Standard Method (19th) 2540 D: Tot. Sus. Solids Dried 103-105C = 30 mg/L 12/08/2017 None None None None
M-001 Total Suspended Solids (TSS) Standard Method (19th) 2540 D: Tot. Sus. Solids Dried 103-105C = 6 mg/L 12/14/2017 None None None None
M-001 Total Suspended Solids (TSS) Standard Method (19th) 2540 D: Tot. Sus. Solids Dried 103-105C = 32 mg/L 12/15/2017 None None None None
M-001 Total Suspended Solids (TSS) Standard Method (19th) 2540 D: Tot. Sus. Solids Dried 103-105C = 21 mg/L 12/21/2017 None None None None
M-001 Total Suspended Solids (TSS) Standard Method (19th) 2540 D: Tot. Sus. Solids Dried 103-105C = 6 mg/L 12/22/2017 None None None None
M-001 Turbidity Turbidity (Nephelometric) = 0.41 NTU 12/01/2017 None None None None
M-001 Turbidity Turbidity (Nephelometric) = 0.38 NTU 12/04/2017 None None None None
M-001 Turbidity Turbidity (Nephelometric) = 0.4 NTU 12/06/2017 None None None None
M-001 Turbidity Turbidity (Nephelometric) = 0.74 NTU 12/08/2017 None None None None
M-001 Turbidity Turbidity (Nephelometric) = 1.56 NTU 12/14/2017 None None None None
M-001 Turbidity Turbidity (Nephelometric) = 0.31 NTU 12/15/2017 None None None None
M-001 Turbidity Turbidity (Nephelometric) = 0.29 NTU 12/21/2017 None None None None
M-001 Turbidity Turbidity (Nephelometric) = 0.24 NTU 12/22/2017 None None None None
M-001 pH Standard Method (19th) 4500-H+ B: pH by Electrometric Method = 7.83 SU 12/01/2017 None None None None
M-001 pH Standard Method (19th) 4500-H+ B: pH by Electrometric Method = 7.91 SU 12/04/2017 None None None None
M-001 pH Standard Method (19th) 4500-H+ B: pH by Electrometric Method = 7.84 SU 12/06/2017 None None None None
M-001 pH Standard Method (19th) 4500-H+ B: pH by Electrometric Method = 7.78 SU 12/08/2017 None None None None
M-001 pH Standard Method (19th) 4500-H+ B: pH by Electrometric Method = 7.86 SU 12/14/2017 None None None None
M-001 pH Standard Method (19th) 4500-H+ B: pH by Electrometric Method = 7.91 SU 12/15/2017 None None None None
M-001 pH Standard Method (19th) 4500-H+ B: pH by Electrometric Method = 7.86 SU 12/21/2017 None None None None
M-001 pH Standard Method (19th) 4500-H+ B: pH by Electrometric Method = 7.86 SU 12/22/2017 None None None None
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 58.22 mmhos/cm 12/01/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 58.32 mmhos/cm 12/02/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 57.86 mmhos/cm 12/03/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 56.92 mmhos/cm 12/04/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 51.33 mmhos/cm 12/05/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 53.44 mmhos/cm 12/06/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 58.33 mmhos/cm 12/07/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 56.93 mmhos/cm 12/08/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 56.55 mmhos/cm 12/09/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 56.06 mmhos/cm 12/10/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 55.73 mmhos/cm 12/11/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 56.73 mmhos/cm 12/12/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 57.6 mmhos/cm 12/13/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 58.34 mmhos/cm 12/14/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 58.66 mmhos/cm 12/15/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 58.75 mmhos/cm 12/16/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 59.25 mmhos/cm 12/17/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 57.59 mmhos/cm 12/18/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 57.14 mmhos/cm 12/19/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 57.17 mmhos/cm 12/20/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 57.44 mmhos/cm 12/21/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 57.57 mmhos/cm 12/22/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 58.3 mmhos/cm 12/23/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 58.66 mmhos/cm 12/24/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 58.33 mmhos/cm 12/25/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 58.55 mmhos/cm 12/26/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 59.26 mmhos/cm 12/27/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 59.48 mmhos/cm 12/28/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 59.45 mmhos/cm 12/29/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 59.1 mmhos/cm 12/30/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Electrical Conductivity @ 25 Deg. C Data Unavailable = 59.04 mmhos/cm 12/31/2017 None None None Reporting continuous reading average; units: dS/m
M-002 Salinity Data Unavailable = 38 ppth 12/01/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-002 Salinity Data Unavailable = 37 ppth 12/08/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-002 Salinity Data Unavailable = 38 ppth 12/15/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-002 Salinity Data Unavailable = 36 ppth 12/22/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 110.46 MGD 12/01/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 110.36 MGD 12/02/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 111.05 MGD 12/03/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 98.48 MGD 12/04/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 0 MGD 12/05/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 66.22 MGD 12/06/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 103.26 MGD 12/07/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 103.14 MGD 12/08/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 104.11 MGD 12/09/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 103.88 MGD 12/10/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 106.34 MGD 12/11/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 108.8 MGD 12/12/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 104.11 MGD 12/13/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 106.96 MGD 12/14/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 109.39 MGD 12/15/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 110.04 MGD 12/16/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 110.34 MGD 12/17/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 107.5 MGD 12/18/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 104.77 MGD 12/19/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 106.39 MGD 12/20/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 107.95 MGD 12/21/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 105.02 MGD 12/22/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 103.64 MGD 12/23/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 103.03 MGD 12/24/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 103.28 MGD 12/25/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 105.71 MGD 12/26/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 108.43 MGD 12/27/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 108.1 MGD 12/28/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 108.68 MGD 12/29/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 109.11 MGD 12/30/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Flow Data Unavailable = 107.75 MGD 12/31/2017 None None None Continuous Reading
M-INF Salinity Data Unavailable = 33 ppth 12/01/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-INF Salinity Data Unavailable = 33 ppth 12/08/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-INF Salinity Data Unavailable = 33 ppth 12/15/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-INF Salinity Data Unavailable = 33 ppth 12/22/2017 None None None Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-INF Temperature Standard Method (19th) 2550 B: Temperature, Lab and Field Methods = 61 Degrees F 12/01/2017 None None None Field Reading
M-INF Temperature Standard Method (19th) 2550 B: Temperature, Lab and Field Methods = 61.1 Degrees F 12/08/2017 None None None Field Reading
M-INF Temperature Standard Method (19th) 2550 B: Temperature, Lab and Field Methods = 60 Degrees F 12/15/2017 None None None Field Reading
M-INF Temperature Standard Method (19th) 2550 B: Temperature, Lab and Field Methods = 58.6 Degrees F 12/22/2017 None None None Field Reading
Total Analytical Data Points: 170
  
  
  
  
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Data Summary-Calculated
Monitoring Point Parameter Analytical Method Qualifier Result Units Sample Date Comments
M-001 Flow Average Monthly (AMEL) = 54.35 MGD 12/31/2017 Continuous Reading
M-001 Oil and Grease Average Weekly (AWEL) < 1.3 mg/L 12/01/2017 None
M-001 Oil and Grease Average Weekly (AWEL) < 1.3 mg/L 12/08/2017 None
M-001 Oil and Grease Average Weekly (AWEL) < 1.3 mg/L 12/15/2017 None
M-001 Oil and Grease Average Weekly (AWEL) < 1.3 mg/L 12/22/2017 None
M-001 Oil and Grease Average Monthly (AMEL) < 1.3 mg/L 12/31/2017 None
M-001 Settleable Solids Average Weekly (AWEL) < 0.1 ml/L 12/01/2017 None
M-001 Settleable Solids Average Weekly (AWEL) < 0.1 ml/L 12/08/2017 None
M-001 Settleable Solids Average Weekly (AWEL) < 0.1 ml/L 12/15/2017 None
M-001 Settleable Solids Average Weekly (AWEL) < 0.1 ml/L 12/22/2017 None
M-001 Settleable Solids Instantaneous Maximum (IMAX) < 0.1 ml/L 12/22/2017 None
M-001 Settleable Solids Average Monthly (AMEL) < 0.1 ml/L 12/31/2017 None
M-001 Total Suspended Solids (TSS) Average Monthly (AMEL) = 20 mg/L 12/31/2017 None
M-001 Turbidity Average Weekly (AWEL) = 0.41 NTU 12/01/2017 None
M-001 Turbidity Average Weekly (AWEL) = 0.74 NTU 12/08/2017 None
M-001 Turbidity Instantaneous Maximum (IMAX) = 1.56 NTU 12/14/2017 None
M-001 Turbidity Average Weekly (AWEL) = 0.31 NTU 12/15/2017 None
M-001 Turbidity Average Weekly (AWEL) = 0.24 NTU 12/22/2017 None
M-001 Turbidity Average Monthly (AMEL) = 0.54 NTU 12/31/2017 None
M-001 pH Instantaneous Maximum (IMAX) = 7.91 SU 12/15/2017 None
M-002 Salinity Daily Average (Mean) = 38 ppth 12/01/2017 Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-002 Salinity 1-Hour Average (Mean) = 38 ppth 12/01/2017 Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-002 Salinity 1-Hour Average (Mean) = 37 ppth 12/08/2017 Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-002 Salinity Daily Average (Mean) = 37 ppth 12/08/2017 Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-002 Salinity Daily Average (Mean) = 38 ppth 12/15/2017 Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-002 Salinity 1-Hour Average (Mean) = 38 ppth 12/15/2017 Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-002 Salinity 1-Hour Average (Mean) = 36 ppth 12/22/2017 Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
M-002 Salinity Daily Average (Mean) = 36 ppth 12/22/2017 Units: ppt; Method: PSS-78
Total Calculated Data Points: 28
  
  
  
  
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Violations
Violation ID Violation Date Violation Type Description(+) Corrective Action Created By Last Modified By
1038433 12/15/2017 Chronic Toxicity Chronic Toxicity Daily Maximum limit is 16.5 TUc and reported value was 40 TUc a The chronic toxicity test results are an artifact of the conservative toxicity testing procedure set forth in the NPDES permit for the CDP, and did not result in harm to the environment. Under existing regulations, the CDP is required to meet the toxicity standard after initial mixing occurs. Initial mixing includes the mixing of the CDP's brine discharge with the discharge from the Encina Power Plant (four gallons of seawater exiting the power plant is mixed with every gallon of brine leaving the CDP); and then the combined CDP/power plant discharge receives additional mixing in the ocean prior to reaching the compliance point under the permit that is located 1,000 feet offshore (15 gallons of seawater mixes with every gallon of combined CDP/power plant discharge prior to reaching the compliance point). Under the terms of the permit, the CDP is required to test for toxicity at higher discharge concentrations than is actually occurring at the compliance point. This is because the conservative testing regime set forth in the permit fails to take into consideration the initial dilution provided by the power plant. In accordance with the Order, further steps are being taken to identify and minimize source(s) of toxicity. Accelerated toxicity monitoring was initiated immediately after the first test demonstrating a toxicity issue and a Toxicity Investigation Evaluation (TIE) is being conducted in conformance with a Regional Water Board approved Toxicity Reduction Evaluation (TRE) Plan. The TIE includes investigative toxicity testing to identify the source of the toxicity. The Discharger has been in close communication with the Regional Water Board on the CDP toxicity monitoring and the TIE. Additional sampling and testing will continue in an effort to identify and minimize the source(s) of toxicity. Discharger Water Board Staff
1038434 12/27/2017 Chronic Toxicity Chronic Toxicity Daily Maximum limit is 16.5 TUc and reported value was 40 TUc a The chronic toxicity test results are an artifact of the conservative toxicity testing procedure set forth in the NPDES permit for the CDP, and did not result in harm to the environment. Under existing regulations, the CDP is required to meet the toxicity standard after initial mixing occurs. Initial mixing includes the mixing of the CDP's brine discharge with the discharge from the Encina Power Plant (four gallons of seawater exiting the power plant is mixed with every gallon of brine leaving the CDP); and then the combined CDP/power plant discharge receives additional mixing in the ocean prior to reaching the compliance point under the permit that is located 1,000 feet offshore (15 gallons of seawater mixes with every gallon of combined CDP/power plant discharge prior to reaching the compliance point). Under the terms of the permit, the CDP is required to test for toxicity at higher discharge concentrations than is actually occurring at the compliance point. This is because the conservative testing regime set forth in the permit fails to take into consideration the initial dilution provided by the power plant. In accordance with the Order, further steps are being taken to identify and minimize source(s) of toxicity. Accelerated toxicity monitoring was initiated immediately after the first test demonstrating a toxicity issue and a Toxicity Investigation Evaluation (TIE) is being conducted in conformance with a Regional Water Board approved Toxicity Reduction Evaluation (TRE) Plan. The TIE includes investigative toxicity testing to identify the source of the toxicity. The Discharger has been in close communication with the Regional Water Board on the CDP toxicity monitoring and the TIE. Additional sampling and testing will continue in an effort to identify and minimize the source(s) of toxicity. Discharger Water Board Staff
1038435 12/19/2017 Chronic Toxicity Chronic Toxicity Daily Maximum limit is 16.5 TUc and reported value was 20 TUc a The chronic toxicity test results are an artifact of the conservative toxicity testing procedure set forth in the NPDES permit for the CDP, and did not result in harm to the environment. Under existing regulations, the CDP is required to meet the toxicity standard after initial mixing occurs. Initial mixing includes the mixing of the CDP's brine discharge with the discharge from the Encina Power Plant (four gallons of seawater exiting the power plant is mixed with every gallon of brine leaving the CDP); and then the combined CDP/power plant discharge receives additional mixing in the ocean prior to reaching the compliance point under the permit that is located 1,000 feet offshore (15 gallons of seawater mixes with every gallon of combined CDP/power plant discharge prior to reaching the compliance point). Under the terms of the permit, the CDP is required to test for toxicity at higher discharge concentrations than is actually occurring at the compliance point. This is because the conservative testing regime set forth in the permit fails to take into consideration the initial dilution provided by the power plant. In accordance with the Order, further steps are being taken to identify and minimize source(s) of toxicity. Accelerated toxicity monitoring was initiated immediately after the first test demonstrating a toxicity issue and a Toxicity Investigation Evaluation (TIE) is being conducted in conformance with a Regional Water Board approved Toxicity Reduction Evaluation (TRE) Plan. The TIE includes investigative toxicity testing to identify the source of the toxicity. The Discharger has been in close communication with the Regional Water Board on the CDP toxicity monitoring and the TIE. Additional sampling and testing will continue in an effort to identify and minimize the source(s) of toxicity. Discharger Water Board Staff
1038436 12/22/2017 Chronic Toxicity Chronic Toxicity Daily Maximum limit is 16.5 TUc and reported value was 40 TUc a The chronic toxicity test results are an artifact of the conservative toxicity testing procedure set forth in the NPDES permit for the CDP, and did not result in harm to the environment. Under existing regulations, the CDP is required to meet the toxicity standard after initial mixing occurs. Initial mixing includes the mixing of the CDP's brine discharge with the discharge from the Encina Power Plant (four gallons of seawater exiting the power plant is mixed with every gallon of brine leaving the CDP); and then the combined CDP/power plant discharge receives additional mixing in the ocean prior to reaching the compliance point under the permit that is located 1,000 feet offshore (15 gallons of seawater mixes with every gallon of combined CDP/power plant discharge prior to reaching the compliance point). Under the terms of the permit, the CDP is required to test for toxicity at higher discharge concentrations than is actually occurring at the compliance point. This is because the conservative testing regime set forth in the permit fails to take into consideration the initial dilution provided by the power plant. In accordance with the Order, further steps are being taken to identify and minimize source(s) of toxicity. Accelerated toxicity monitoring was initiated immediately after the first test demonstrating a toxicity issue and a Toxicity Investigation Evaluation (TIE) is being conducted in conformance with a Regional Water Board approved Toxicity Reduction Evaluation (TRE) Plan. The TIE includes investigative toxicity testing to identify the source of the toxicity. The Discharger has been in close communication with the Regional Water Board on the CDP toxicity monitoring and the TIE. Additional sampling and testing will continue in an effort to identify and minimize the source(s) of toxicity. Discharger Water Board Staff
Total Violations: 4
  
  
  
  
Expand/Contract Attachment Data
Attachments
File Name Description Size
12.01.2017 Weekly CoC_Weck.pdf None 42 KB
12.01.2017 Weekly Report_CDP.pdf None 278 KB
12.01.2017 Weekly Report_Weck.PDF None 186 KB
12.04.2017 Chronic Toxicity_Nautilus.pdf None 1.8 MB
12.04.2017 Daily CoC_Weck.pdf None 41 KB
12.04.2017 Daily Report_CDP.pdf None 274 KB
12.04.2017 Daily Report_Weck.PDF None 186 KB
12.05.2017 Chronic Toxicity_Nautilus.pdf None 5.35 MB
12.06.2017 Chronic Toxicity_Nautilus.pdf None 1.38 MB
12.06.2017 Daily CoC_Weck.pdf None 40 KB
12.06.2017 Daily Report_CDP.pdf None 274 KB
12.06.2017 Daily Report_Weck.PDF None 186 KB
12.08.2017 Weekly CoC_Weck.pdf None 41 KB
12.08.2017 Weekly Report_CDP.pdf None 278 KB
12.08.2017 Weekly Report_Weck.PDF None 187 KB
12.11.2017 Chronic Toxicity_Nautilus.pdf None 5.24 MB
12.14.2017 Chronic Toxicity_Nautilus.pdf None 1.53 MB
12.14.2017 Daily CoC_Weck.pdf None 41 KB
12.14.2017 Daily Report_CDP.pdf None 274 KB
12.14.2017 Daily Report_Weck.PDF None 186 KB
12.15.2017 Chronic Toxicity_Nautilus.pdf None 1.53 MB
12.15.2017 Weekly CoC_Weck.pdf None 42 KB
12.15.2017 Weekly Report_CDP.pdf None 278 KB
12.15.2017 Weekly Report_Weck.PDF None 187 KB
12.19.2017 Chronic Toxicity_Nautilus.pdf None 1.88 MB
12.21.2017 Daily CoC_Weck.pdf None 39 KB
12.21.2017 Daily Report_CDP.pdf None 274 KB
12.21.2017 Daily Report_Weck.PDF None 186 KB
12.22.2017 Chronic Toxicity_Nautilus.pdf None 1.67 MB
12.22.2017 Weekly CoC_Weck.pdf None 42 KB
12.22.2017 Weekly Report_CDP.pdf None 278 KB
12.22.2017 Weekly Report_Weck.pdf None 186 KB
12.27.2017 Chronic Toxicity_Nautilus.pdf None 1.87 MB
Total Attachments: 33
  
  
  
  
Expand/Contract Cover Letter
Cover Letter
File Name
Carlsbad NPDES DMR Cover Letter - Dec 2017.pdf
Total No. of Cover Letter Files: 1      Cover Leter Text: No
  
  
The current report was generated with data as of: 07/04/2022
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