Storm Water Pollution Protection Plans: Drafting and Implementation Guidance
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Learn how to identify and handle the more difficult aspects of storm water permitting and SWPPP development.Many contractors and developers do not fully understand how to comply with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits for Storm Water discharges from construction sites. One of the main requirements of the NPDES permit is the development and implementation of a site-specific Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP). This topic helps the persons responsible for Storm Water compliance to understand how to apply for a Storm Water NPDES permit and how to develop and maintain the necessary SWPPP. This material will also help you to identify best management practices (BMPs) for your site and how to be aware of possible special conditions at your site. This content will discuss site inspection reports, BMP failures, and how to handle regulatory inspections at your site.
AuthorsScott Harding, SCI Engineering Inc. Mary Weatherford, SCI Engineering Inc.
Storm Water Basics
• What Is Storm Water and Why Do We Care About It?
• What Pollutants Are Associated With Storm Water?
• What Can Storm Water Control Accomplish?
• What Is the Clean Water Act?
• Who Needs a Storm Water Permit?
• What Should Be in the SWPP?
• What Are the Risks of Noncompliance?
Five Traps to Avoid
• Understand Who Is Responsible for Compliance
• Choosing Best Management Practices (BMPs)
• Understanding Special Conditions
• Updating Your Storm Water Prevention Pollution Plan
• What Do You Do When Something Goes Wrong?