Developing and implementing a stormwater management program in a transportation agency

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American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials , [Washington, D.C.]
StatementCenter for Environmental Excellence by AASHTO
SeriesAASHTO practitioner"s handbook -- 13, AASHTO practitioner"s handbook -- 13.
ContributionsAmerican Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials
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LC ClassificationsTE215 .D48 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination25 p. :
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Open LibraryOL24483475M
ISBN 101560514477
ISBN 139781560514473
LC Control Number2010478976
OCLC/WorldCa436683114

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Animated publication. AASHTO PG13, 1st Edition, June - AASHTO PRACTITIONER'S HANDBOOK - DEVELOPING AND IMPLEMENTING A STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PROGRAM IN A TRANSPORTATION AGENCY Overview: The purpose of this handbook is to assist transportation agencies in developing and/or implementing a stormwater management program Developing and implementing a stormwater management program in a transportation agency book satisfies the requirements of the.

± Developing and Implementing a Stormwater Management Program in a Transportation Agency AASHTO PRACTITIONER’S HANDBOOK The Center for Environmental Excellence by AASHTO produces the Practitioners’ Handbooks. The handbooks provide practical advice on a range of environmental issues that arise during the planning, development, and operation of transportation.

Five Phases in Developing and Implementing a Stormwater Utility Presented by: Hector I Cyre, President Water Resource Associates, Inc. Scott McClelland, Associate CDM Abstract This paper describes five phases that a city, county, or regional agency should anticipate in the development and implementation of a stormwater utility.

reducing stormwater flows entering the combined sewer system is part of the driving force behind the implementation of sustainable stormwater management techniques.

These techniques are what I will refer to as Low Impact Development (LID) Best Management Practices (BMPs) or LID BMPs.

Chapters 2 and 3 discuss LID BMPs in greater detail. involving the development and implementation of a National storm water program.

The document is Agency guidance only. It does not establish or affect legal rights or obligations. Agency decisions in any particular case will be made applying the laws and regulations on the. address contemporary stormwater program financing challenges.

The guidance includes procedural, legal, and financial considerations in developing viable funding approaches. The guidance examines a range of possible approaches to paying for stormwater management, but the focus is on guidelines for developing. An integrated approach is needed to address these challenges and strengthen stormwater management programs (SWMPs).

This site provides access to transportation-specific stormwater information primarily for state transportation agencies, but county and local transportation authorities will also find it useful.

of, drainage or stormwater management systems. A drainage/stormwater management project is typically implemented in situations where existing drainage facilities are inadequate or non-existent. In such situations, high intensity rainfall causes.

Find the most up-to-date version of AASHTO PG13 at Engineering Developing a long-term plan for stormwater management can help communities find new opportunities for improvements and address these challenges.

While identifying planning and management approaches that are economically and environmentally effective is a significant hurdle for many communities, well thought-out plans can help to guide smart.

Asset Management Programs for Stormwater and Wastewater Systems: Overcoming Barriers to Development and Implementation—March 6, iii Utilities face challenges in creating, developing, and implementing AMPs at each stage of the process; not the least of which is obtaining buy-in and support from key stakeholders and decision.

EEC can aid anyone looking to improve stormwater management on their property with our experience in developing stormwater pollution prevention plans (SWPPPs), sharing best management practices (BMPs), assisting with design, municipal separate storm and sewer systems (MS4), conducting inspections, and helping clients with Level 1 & 2 ERAs.

charged with stormwater quality management responsibilities with the development and implementation of stormwater quality goals and programs. CASQA serves its members through various educational, technical, and scientific initiatives.

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The publication of the Stormwater Best. The SW Program provides statewide policy direction, technical and regulatory information, guidance documents, specifications, and funding to integrate appropriate stormwater control activities.

The SW Program provides water quality monitoring, best management practices development along with implementing guidance and tools. Programs operation and maintenance of a municipal separate storm United States Environmental Protection Agency New England Funding Stormwater EPA F Executive Summary This document is intended to assist local stormwater managers to alleviate the significant expense of construction, sewer system (MS4).

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The costs of stormwater programs. Answer: (Chapter 3) Stormwater management BMP’s that can help to reduce stormwater runoff could either be nonstructural or structural. Nonstructural BMP’s can be described as preventive measures used most often during planning and design phases, but they can be incorporated into post construction stormwater management programs also.

Maintenance Stormwater Field Guide (April ) Practitioner’s Handbook • AASHTO Practitioner's Handbook # Developing and Implementing a Stormwater Management Program in a Transportation Agency (June ) State of the Practice Reports • Water Quality Monitoring (June - Draft) • Stormwater Program Effectiveness Assessment (July.

10 Low-Impact Development Techniques To Improve Stormwater Management Posted by Gib Durden on PM Stormwater runoff can be a problem, especially in commercial areas or downtown areas where the removal of tree and ornamental plants, the addition of impervious surfaces and soil compaction impact the movement of water in an.

EEC Environmental (EEC) developed and implemented a stormwater management program that is in compliance with the City’s NPDES permit and meets the objectives of the MS4 program.

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EEC developed a Local Implementation Plan (LIP) that included program management and the inventory, prioritization, and inspection of industrial, commercial and. Stormwater Best Management Practice Handbooks.

are intended to provide a range of general information about stormwater quality best management practices and related issues. Due to the multitude of applications of best management practices, the handbooks do not address site. development and implementation of a stormwater management program (SWMP) and the six minimum control measures that must be included in the SWMP.

Chapter 7 addresses industrial facilities programs relevant for Phase I MS4 permits. Chapter 8, Overall Evaluation and Adaptive Management, discusses reporting, evaluation, and tracking requirements.

Woodard & Curran, Inc., in Industrial Waste Treatment Handbook (Second Edition), Stormwater Management. The objectives of stormwater management at a landfill site are to prevent runoff from contacting the landfilled waste material and to prevent erosion. Stormwater management involves the use of berms, grading, catch basins, a storm sewer system, and retention basins.

Stormwater Management Program Organization and Coordination PROGRAM AUTHORIZATION The Portland City Council passed a resolution supporting the NPDES MS4 permit application in June In that resolution, the Council designated the Bureau of Environmental Services (BES) as the lead for the City's implementation ofthe stormwater program.

Management of Construction Site Runoff: Municipalities are required to have an ordinance for management of stormwater discharges from construction sites that disturb one or more acres of land.

The ordinance should include requirements for projects to implement sediment and erosion control practices as well as requirements for site plan review. endangerment of public health and safety are required to develop and implement Preparedness, Prevention and Contingency (PPC) Plans which encompass the other Departmental program requirements.

A PPC Plan is required for any NPDES Application for Storm Water Discharge General Permits or Water Management Permits. Managing Urban Stormwater Systems Managing stormwater flow is a particular challenge in urban environments. Urban Stormwater Management Tools details the design of basins and detection systems, covers subsurface and wetland issues, and presents.

the Stormwater Management Program Integrate stormwater runoff goals at various intra-agency levels Develop and maintain a proactive relationship with regulatory authorities II. Program Organizational Structure Options for public agencies in the area to work together to comply with new stormwater requirements offer opportunities.

RI Stormwater Management Rules & Guidance. Stormwater Management, Design, and Installation Rules (RICR) are now in effect. The purpose of these Rules is to recodify the Stormwater Manual into the Rhode Island Code of Regulations format as required by amendments to the Administrative Procedures Act (§ ).topic.

The Stormwater Management CoP consists of representatives from 16 state DOTs, and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).

The Stormwater Management CoP members agreed that watershed-based stormwater management should be the top priority for this report of the CoP.to develop a stormwater pollution prevention plan (SWPPP) that complies with a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) industrial stormwater permit issued by your State or the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). You may also find this guide to be useful if you are a State or EPA inspector who reviews.