California Stormwater BMP Handbook i. Construction Technical Advisory Committee, and the CASQA BMP Subcommittee. The Steering. California Stormwater BMP Handbook. 1 of 5. Construction Description and Purpose. Non-vegetative stabilization methods are used for. Quality Association (CASQA) to address BMP selection. Collectively, the four handbooks address BMP selection throughout the life of a project.
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A number of documents are available on these pages that describe the regulations and programs aimed at preventing and controlling the discharge of pollutants to the municipal stormdrain system and receiving waters. If there are any questions regarding the details of hansbook document, or to obtain a hard copy or other alternative formats of the original document, or to have a document read to you, please contact the OC Public Works offices, Monday through Friday, 7: NS-1 Water Conservation Practices.
WM-1 Material Delivery and Storage. EC-2 Preservation of Existing Vegetation. TC-2 Bp Construction Roadway.
NS-3 Paving and Grinding Operations. NS-4 Temporary Stream Crossing.
Stormwater BMP Courses
WM-4 Spill Prevention and Control. WE-1 Wind Erosion Control. NS-5 Clear Water Diversion. WM-5 Solid Waste Management. SE-6 Gravel Bag Berm. WM-6 Hazardous Waste Management.
EC-7 Geotextiles and Mats. SE-7 Street Sweeping and Vacuuming. WM-7 Contaminated Soil Management.
NS-8 Vehicle and Equipment Cleaning. WM-8 Concrete Waste Management. SE-9 Straw Bale Barrier.
NS-9 Vehicle and Equipment Fueling. EC Velocity Dissipation Devices. SE Stormdrain Inlet Protection. NS Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance. WM Liquid Waste Management. NS Pile Driving Operations.
Casqa Municipal Bmp Handbook 2003.pdf
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The following guidance manual was developed by the Orange County Stormwater Program to assist construction projects in Orange County with understanding how to comply with local and State stormwater runoff requirements: County Directory Assistance