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Data Type Guidelines,Table of Contents, 1 If my monitoring and reporting program requires monthly monitoring and my permit. contains an average monthly effluent limit AMEL what do I report in my PET Tool 3. 2 If my monitoring and reporting program requires weekly monitoring and my permit. contains an average weekly effluent limit AWEL what do I report in my PET Tool 3. 3 If my monitoring and reporting program requires daily monitoring and my permit. contains a maximum daily effluent limit MDEL what do I report in my PET Tool 4. 4 If my monitoring and reporting program requires continuous monitoring and my. permit contains an instantaneous maximum and or instantaneous minimum effluent. limit what do I report in my PET Tool 5, 5 How do I report the time component of my Chlorine pH or Turbidity measurement 7. 6 If my monitoring and reporting plan requires monthly sampling for a parameter that. has a maximum daily effluent limit MDEL and an average monthly effluent limit. AMEL what do I report in the PET Tool 7, 7 When reporting loading such as lb day I have to do a calculation what data type. should I use 7, 8 What do I report if I have a limit on a mass loading rate 8. 9 When do I use the data type Single 9,10 How do I report my toxicity test results 9.
11 What if my current PET Tool or CDF does not follow these guidelines 9. Updated 03 27 2019 2,Data Type Guidelines, 1 If my monitoring and reporting program requires monthly monitoring and my permit contains an average. monthly effluent limit AMEL what do I report in my PET Tool. Assuming you are reporting the minimum number of sample results you should report one row using the data. type of single and one row using the data type of average monthly AMEL For the sample collection dates. use the date the sample was collected for the single value and the last day of the month for the average monthly. AMEL value, If you monitor more frequently than once per month also add more single rows with the single data type. Average the single values and enter the average in the row that has the average monthly AMEL data type. 2 If my monitoring and reporting program requires weekly monitoring and my permit contains an average. weekly effluent limit AWEL what do I report in my PET Tool. Assuming you are reporting the minimum number of sample results you should report one row using the data. type of single and one row using the data type of average weekly AWEL For the sample collection dates. use the date the sample was collected for the single value and the last day of the week for the average weekly. AWEL value, If you monitor more frequently than once per week also add more single rows. Updated 03 27 2019 3,Data Type Guidelines, 3 If my monitoring and reporting program requires daily monitoring and my permit contains a maximum. daily effluent limit MDEL what do I report in my PET Tool. Assuming you are reporting the minimum number of sample results you should report 30 31 or 28 29 in. February rows of results using the data type of single. For one sample collected in a calendar day, Unless directed otherwise record data with the data type of single.
For multiple samples collected in a calendar day, Add a single row for each sample collected for the multiple samples collected in a calendar day. Add a row for the maximum daily value for any day where multiple samples are collected in a calendar. day and record the calculated value The maximum daily value is the average of the samples collected in. a calendar day,Updated 03 27 2019 4,Data Type Guidelines. 4 If my monitoring and reporting program requires continuous monitoring and my permit contains an. instantaneous maximum and or instantaneous minimum effluent limit what do I report in my PET Tool. Use the following guidelines unless your permit specifies other reporting requirements As described above using. the copy and paste and auto populating features of Excel may facilitate data entry. For pH continuously recorded, If your permit specifies recording the minimum and maximum values for the day record two numbers. for each day one using the data type of instantaneous minimum and one using the data type of. instantaneous maximum Unless directed otherwise you are not required to record data with the data. type of single, If your permit specifies recording the minimum maximum and average record three numbers for each. day one using the data type of instantaneous minimum one using the data type of instantaneous. maximum and one using the data type of daily average Unless directed otherwise you are not. required to record data with the data type of single. If any result is over or under a limit that has a time component enter the number of minutes the limit was. exceeded in the comment field of that row,For chlorine that is continuously recorded.
You may be asked to report instantaneous maximum instantaneous min and or daily average for. each day Record one row of data daily for each of these required data types Unless directed otherwise. you are not required to record data with the data type of single. Because chlorine limits vary among regions compliance determination also varies Please contact your. Regional Board case worker for more specific guidance on how to demonstrate compliance with your. chlorine limits,For turbidity that is continuously recorded. You may be asked to report instantaneous maximum instantaneous min and or daily average for. each day Record one row of data daily for each of these required data types Unless directed otherwise. you are not required to record data with the data type of single. Because turbidity limits vary among regions compliance determination also varies Please contact your. Regional Board case worker for more specific guidance on how to demonstrate compliance with your. turbidity limits,Updated 03 27 2019 5,Data Type Guidelines. For temperature that is continuously recorded, You may be asked to record instantaneous maximum instantaneous min and or daily average for. each day Record one row of data daily for each of these required data types Unless directed otherwise. you are not required to record data with the data type of single. Use single for total daily flow The collection time should be when the data is totalized for the day. For average monthly use the data type of average monthly. For peak flow use the data type of daily maximum,Updated 03 27 2019 6. Data Type Guidelines, 5 How do I report the time component of my Chlorine pH or Turbidity measurement.
Enter the number of minutes and concentration in the comment field of that row. 6 If my monitoring and reporting plan requires monthly sampling for a parameter that has a maximum daily. effluent limit MDEL and an average monthly effluent limit AMEL what do I report in the PET Tool. Assuming that you reported the minimum number of samples required you should report the same value twice. once using the data type of single and once for the data type of average monthly AMEL. Other limitation periods such as geometric mean should be entered similarly with a row for single and a row for. monthly geometric mean,For multiple samples collected in a calendar day. Add a single row for each sample collected, Add a maximum daily row and record the calculated value The maximum daily value is the average. of the samples collected in a calendar day, 7 When reporting loading such as lb day I have to do a calculation what data type should I use. Daily loading should be reported using the data type of daily discharge and units lb day. Updated 03 27 2019 7,Data Type Guidelines, 8 What do I report if I have a limit on a mass loading rate. For limits on mass loading rates follow the same patterns discussed above. If I have an average monthly effluent limit AMEL and one sampling event requirement what do I report in the. Assuming you are reporting the minimum number of sample results you should report one row using the data. type of daily discharge and one row using the data type of average monthly AMEL For the sample. collection dates use the date the sample was collected for the daily discharge value and the last day of the month. for the average monthly AMEL value, If you monitor more frequently than once per month also add more rows with the daily discharge data type.
Average the daily discharge values and enter the average in the row that has the average monthly AMEL data. If I have a maximum daily effluent limit MDEL and daily sampling requirement what do I report in the PET. Assuming you are reporting the minimum number of sample results you should report 30 31 or 28 29 in. February rows of results using the data type of daily discharge. For one sample collected in a calendar day, Unless directed otherwise record data with the data type of daily discharge. For multiple samples collected in a calendar day, Add a daily discharge row for each sample collected. Add a maximum daily row and record the calculated value The maximum daily value is the average of. the samples collected in a calendar day,Updated 03 27 2019 8. Data Type Guidelines,9 When do I use the data type Single. Use single to report your analytical data Single represents data that is not calculated. 10 How do I report my toxicity test results, Assuming your toxicity test results are reported as Pass or Fail and Percent Effect record one row of.
data using a result of 0 for Pass or 1 for Fail and one row in units of effect to indicate Effect Use a. parameter that includes species and end point of test. 11 What if my current PET Tool or CDF does not follow these guidelines. If your PET Tool does not follow these guidelines please follow feedback from your Case Manager.

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