Industrial Pre-Treatment & DMRs

Princeton Analytical has the capabilities to meet the requirements of your NPDES PERMITS and industrial pre-treatment STANDARDS.  

Combine our field sampling skills, lab experience and electronic data access, and Princeton Analytical is a one-stop-shop to meet all your regulatory demands.

We have a seamless link with DEP's eDMR system, helping to prepare, submit and track your DMRs.
 

If you need training on eDMR, see the eDMR User Guide or contact us. We're here to help.


EDMR LOGINEDMR DATA SYSTEMEPA'S PCS DATABASE
A convenient way to submit monthly DMRs

eDMR Login 
Public access to data submitted in DMRs

eDMR Data System 

Public access to nationwide Permit Compliance System

EPA's Permit Compliance System (PCS) Database


If you need training on eDMR, see the eDMR User Guide or Contact us.  We're here to help.

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Additional DMR Information

Types of Regulated Pollutants

CONVENTIONAL POLLUTANTS are contained in the sanitary wastes of households, businesses, and industries. These pollutants include human wastes, ground-up food from sink disposals, and laundry and bath waters. Conventional pollutants include:
  • FECAL COLIFORM --  Indicates the potential presence of pathogenic organisms.  Found in the digestive tracts of humans and animals.
  • OIL & GREASE -- Produce sludge solids that are difficult to process.  Organic substances that may include hydrocarbons, fats, oils, waxes, and high-molecular fatty acids. 
  • TOXIC POLLUTANTS -- Particularly harmful to animal or plant life. Primarily grouped into organics (including pesticides, solvents, polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), and dioxins) and inorganics or metals (including lead, silver, mercury, copper, chromium, zinc, nickel, and cadmium).
NONCONVENTIONAL POLLUTANTS are additional substances that are not conventional, or toxins that may require regulation. These include nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus.

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