New regulations require operators of construction sites of one acre or more to prepare a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan.
A Step-by-Step Guide For Your Site
If your construction site is one acre or more in size, you are now required by law to prepare a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) which assesses site conditions; identifies sources of sediment and other pollutants in storm water and non-storm water discharges; identifies Best Management Practices (BMPs) suited for the site's construction activities; and shows that storm water leaving the site will comply with surface water standards.
Our SWPPP template is a Microsoft Word document that you can easily customize for any site. It leads you through the SWPPP process step-by-step and includes PDF files of the BMPs referenced in the plan that you can print out and attach to your SWPPP. State (Washington) water quality standards are also included to use as a guide and for printout/inclusion with your plan.
Our CD contains everything you need to get moving quickly on preparing your SWPPP. And it's available now for only $50.
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