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Storm Water Quality Management Training. City Of Simi Valley Source Control Division Kevin Gieschen. Ventura Countywide Stormwater Quality Management Program. Ventura County Watershed Protection District. Camarillo Moorpark Oxnard Ojai Fillmore. Port Hueneme San Buenaventura

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storm water quality management training

Storm Water Quality Management Training

City Of Simi Valley

Source Control Division

Kevin Gieschen

ventura countywide stormwater quality management program
Ventura CountywideStormwater QualityManagement Program

Ventura County Watershed Protection District

  • Camarillo
  • Moorpark
  • Oxnard
  • Ojai
  • Fillmore
  • Port Hueneme
  • San Buenaventura
  • Santa Paula
  • Simi Valley
  • Thousand Oaks
information available

Website

Information Available
  • Programs
  • Publications
  • Regulations
  • Contact Lists
  • FAQs
  • Links
  • Reporting illicit discharges

www.ventura.org/ vcpwa/stormwater

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Ventura Countywide

Stormwater Quality

Management Program

Programs

  • Residential/Public Outreach
  • Industrial/Commercial Business
  • Illicit Discharge
  • Construction
  • Monitoring
  • Planning and Land Development
  • Public Infrastructure
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Stormwater Training Requirements:NPDESGeneral PermitsMunicipal (MS4) PermitsSMP-Stormwater Management PlanRWQCB
npdes general permits no cas000001 industrial activities no cas000002 construction
NPDES General Permits:NO.CAS000001(Industrial Activities)NO.CAS000002(Construction)
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NO.CAS000001(Industrial Activities)v. Employee Training This includes training of personnel who are responsible for (1) implementing activities identified in the SWPPP, (2) conducting inspections, sampling, and visual observations, and (3) managing storm water. Training should address topics such as spill response, good housekeeping, and material handling procedures, and actions necessary to implement all BMPs identified in the SWPPP. The SWPPP shall identify periodic dates for such training. Records shall be maintained of all training sessions held.

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NO.CAS000002(Construction)12. Training Individuals responsible for SWPPP preparation, implementation, and permit compliance shall be appropriately trained, and the SWPPP shall document all training. This includes those personnel responsible for installation, inspection, maintenance, and repair of BMP’s. Those responsible for overseeing, revising, and amending the SWPPP shall also document their training. Training should be both formal and informal, occur on an ongoing basis when it is appropriate and convenient, and should include training/workshops offered by the SWRCB, RWQCB, or other locally recognized agencies or professional organizations.

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NPDES CAS004001(12-13-01)d)Each Permittee shall, no later than August 1, 2002, train their employees in targeted positions (whose interactions, jobs, and activities affect storm water quality) regarding the requirements of the storm water management program to: (1) Promote a clear understanding of the potential for maintenance activities to pollute storm water; and(2)Identify and select appropriate BMP’s5.Each Permittee shall train employees in targeted positions (whose jobs or activities are engaged in construction activities including construction inspection staff) regarding the requirements of the storm water management program no later than August 1, 2002, and annually thereafter. For Permittees with a population of 250,000 or more (2000 U.S. Census), initial training shall be completed no later than February 3, 2003. Each Permittee shall maintain a list of trained employees.

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NPDES CAS004001 CONTINUED13.Targeted Employee Training Each Permittee shall train its employees in targeted positions (whose jobs or activities are engaged in development planning) regarding the development planning requirements on an annual basis beginning no later than August 1, 2002, and more frequently if necessary. For Permittees with a population of 250,000 or more (2000 U.S. Census), training shall be completed no later than February 3, 2003.7. Co-permittees shall train their employees in targeted positions (whose jobs or activities directly affect storm water quality, or those who respond to questions from the public), including inspection staff, regarding the requirements of the storm water management program by January 27, 2001, and annually thereafter.

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NPDES CAS0040025.Co-permittees shall train their employees in targeted positions (whose jobs or activities are engaged in development planning) regarding the requirements of the SQUIMP no later than January 27, 2001, and annually thereafter.8. Co-permittees shall train employees in targeted positions (whose jobs or activities are engaged in construction activities including construction inspection staff) regarding the requirements of the storm water management program by January 27, 2001, and annually thereafter.2. Each Co-permittee shall train its employees in targeted positions, as defined by the Ventura County SMP, on how to identify and report illicit discharges by January 27, 2001, and annually thereafter.

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Illicit Discharge Program

  • Response
  • Education
  • Enforcement
  • Remediation
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Types of Illicit Discharges

  • Sewage spills
  • Car wash wastewater
  • Improper disposal of

oil

  • Radiator flushing
  • Laundry wastewater
  • Spills from roadway

accidents

  • Home repairs
  • Carpet cleaners
  • Construction
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Automotive Service and Food Service Facilities Educational Site Inspection Program

  • Explain applicable regulations
  • Distribute & discuss BMPs and educational materials
  • Conduct a site walk-through to inspect for evidence of illicit discharges and educational programs for employees
enforcement what is a violation
Enforcement – What is a violation?
  • Illicit discharges
  • Nuisance
  • Contamination
  • Violation of receiving water limitations
  • Violation of order, permit or SWPCP
  • Violation of Municipal NPDES permit
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The Big Three Basic Messages

  • Only rain down the streets & storm drains.
  • The storm drain system is different and separate from the sanitary sewer system.
  • Conserve water.
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Catch Basin Stenciling Program

DON’T DUMP

DRAINS TO ARROYO

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Submit NOI, SWPPP and monitoring plan to City

Eliminate non-stormwater discharges

Implement BMPs

Implement monitoring plan

Reinforcement of State General Permit Requirement

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Pollutants of Concern

  • Heavy Metals – Cu, Pb, Zn, Cd, Ni, As, Se & Hg
  • Petroleum Hydrocarbons
  • Organics
  • Pesticides – Diazinon, Chlorpysifos, DDT & Dieldrin
  • Fertilizers
  • Sediments (construction)
  • Trash & Debris
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Construction Concerns

  • Tracking and dragging-out sediment into the public rights-of-way where it can enter the storm drain system.
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Best Management Practices

  • Cover and berm or move materials, processes, and equipment out of contact with rainfall or runoff
  • Prepare and comply with a Spill Prevention and Control Plan
  • Pretreat contaminated runoff for disposal to sanitary sewer system
  • Catch and treat contaminated runoff with a stormwater treatment system prior to discharge to storm drain
resources
Resources

American Oceans Campaign

Phone: (310) 576-6162

www.americanoceans.org

Western regional Pollution

Prevention Network (WRPPN)

www.westp2net.org

California Coastal Commission

Phone: (415) 904-5210

www.ceres.ca.gov/coastalcomm

Coastal Cleanup Contests

E-mail: [email protected]

CREEC Network

www.kern.org/creec

1-800-CLEAN-UP

Water Education Foundation

Phone: (916) 444-6250

www.water-ed.org

Year of the Ocean

Websites: www.yoto.com

www.nos.noaa.gov

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City Staff Trained in Stormwater ConcernsSource ControlGarage (Mechanics)Tree CrewStreet Crew Collection Systems CrewWater Dept.Police Dept.PW EngineeringGraffiti StaffTransit StaffJanitorialStaff

sources of training caltrans cwea wrppn p2 and stormwater ieca stormcon rwqcb usepa others
Sources of training:CalTransCWEAWRPPN (P2 and Stormwater)IECAStormConRWQCB/USEPAOTHERS?
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Workshop on the draft General

Permit for Discharges of

Storm Water from Small MS4s

San Luis Obispo

August 13, 2002

Rancho Cucamonga

August 21, 2002

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Section ISimple Tools for NPDES Complianceon construction sites

Andrew Bacon, technical consultant

Hardware and software support donated by

ITC – The Information Technology Consultancy

San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board

and

The San Francisco Estuary Project

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“Fishing for Solutions” and

“Finding Pearls of Wisdom

CWEA’s

30th Annual

Industrial and

Hazardous Waste

Conference

Feb 24-26 ‘03

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Controlling Pollution at the Source Through Effective Storm Water Facility Inspections

Controlling Pollution at the Source Through Effective Storm Water Facility Inspections

Lily Sanchez

  • Lily Sanchez
  • Environmental Protection Department
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Environmental Protection Department

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

stormwater training
Stormwater Training?

P3S Mission Statement:

“…..The Committee was created to promote professional and technical excellence in the field of water pollution source control, including pretreatment, pollution prevention, and stormwater, through education and training”

let s put our heads together
Let’s Put Our Heads Together
  • Is there different audiences?
  • Phase I
  • Phase II
  • Inspectors
  • Engineers
  • Construction
  • Industry/Commercial
here is a thought
Here is a thought !

Who pays our salaries?

Who is our end user?

Answer: The Citizens

So lets educate our people in ways that benefit the public.

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MarketingGet the right audience for the right conference!(I.E. Don’t do a Planning and Land Development theme for your Annual Conference )

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Training Topics1. Treatment BMPs:Phase II-What are they?Phase I-Proper installation and maintenance2. Stormwater Regulations:Phase II- What are my requirements now?Phase I- What future regs are going to affect my program?

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Some Training Topics:-TMDLs…Long-term effect, -How to Perform Stormwater Inspections, -Enforcement Response for Residential and Industrial Facilities, -Mobile Contractor Issues,-BMP Inspection for Construction Sites,-Stormwater Training for Municipalities,-Stormwater Training for Operators,-How to develop an SW Ordinance,-Others?

so think about
So think about…
  • What is your SW Training Purpose?
  • Who is your audience?
  • How to Market?
  • What appropriate

and pertinent training

topics are required for the targeted audience?

5. When and how are you going to hold this event?

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