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H20 & Erosion Control Workshop “Welcome”. March 15 and 16 th , 2007. H20 & Erosion Control Workshop. General Chairperson: Patricia Tierney Vendor Chairpersons: Cheryl Moore John Slupecki Program Chairpersons: Heather Ritchie Eddie Snell

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H20 erosion control workshop welcome
H20 & Erosion Control Workshop“Welcome”

March 15 and 16th, 2007


H20 erosion control workshop

H20 & Erosion Control Workshop

General Chairperson: Patricia Tierney

Vendor Chairpersons: Cheryl Moore

John Slupecki

Program Chairpersons: Heather Ritchie

Eddie Snell

Marty Wanielista

Regional Coordination: Beth Chesson

Local Arrangements: Manoj Chopra

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Florida design manual session 1a
Florida Design ManualSession 1a

  • Introduction to the New Florida Design Manual – Jerry Fifield (HDI) & Marty Wanielista (UCF)

  • Alum & Polymers from a Design Perspective – Manoj Chopra (UCF)

  • Dewatering & Coastal Issues – Jim Smoot (USGS)

    • BREAK And NETWORKING

  • Case Studies and DOT Perspectives – Josh Boan & Dave Sadler (FDOT)

  • Water Management Perspectives – Andi Reyes & Ed Yaun (SFWMD)

  • UCF Research & Education Laboratory – Manoj Chopra (UCF)


State advisory committee for the designer and reviewer manual
State Advisory Committee for the Designer and Reviewer Manual

  • Eric Livingston and Heather Ritchie, FDEP

  • Rick Renna, David Sadler, Jenny Sargent, Fernado Ascanio, Josh Boan, Larry Ritchie, and Ben Watson, FDOT.

  • Andi Reyes, and Ed Yuan, SFWMD

  • Cammie Dewey and Susan Davis, SJRWMD

  • Paul O’Neil, SWFWMD

  • James Smoot and Molly Wood, USGS

  • Manoj Chopra, Vincent Peluso, and Marty Wanielista, UCF

  • Jerry Fifield, HydroDynamics Inc.

A GREAT BIG THANKS to all….


State of florida erosion and sediment control designer and reviewer manual
STATE OF FLORIDAEROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROLDESIGNER AND REVIEWER MANUAL

A state wide multi agency manual

Helps in the design of erosion and sediment control (E&SC) structures and Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs)

It is a guidance manual

Full of examples and pictures

Basic Principle: no discharge should violate the state’s water quality standard for turbidity


Outline of manual sections
Outline of Manual (Sections)

  • I General Information

  • II Developing Effective SWPPPS and E&SC Drawings

  • III Erosion Control Methods

  • IV Sediment Containment Systems

  • V Temporary Construction Site BMPs


Section l general information
Section l General Information

  • Purpose of the Manual

  • Basic Definitions

  • Sediment Loading

    • Impact to Water Bodies

    • Nutrients, Pesticides, and Heavy Metals

    • Hydrocarbons and Other Wastes Found in Runoff Waters

  • The Importance of Vegetation

  • Identifying the Sources


Section l general information1
Section l General Information

  • REGULATIONS AND STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS

    • Construction Activities

    • Identification of Operators

    • CGP Requirements

    • Understand the CGP and Develop a SWPPP

    • Complete an NOI Application

    • Inspections

    • Retention of Records

    • Notice of Termination

    • General Comments


Section ii developing effective swppps and e sc drawings
Section II Developing Effective SWPPPS and E&SC drawings

  • Purpose of the Manual

  • Definitions

  • Sediment Loading

  • Impact to Water Bodies

  • Nutrients, Pesticides, and Heavy Metals

  • Hydrocarbons and Other Wastes Found in Runoff Waters

  • The Importance of Vegetation

  • Identifying the Sources


Section ii developing effective swppps and e sc drawings1
Section II Developing Effective SWPPPS and E&SC drawings drawings

  • REGULATIONS AND STATUTORY REQUIREMENTS

  • CONTENTS OF A SWPPP

    • Narrative Report

    • Designer Certification Requirement

    • Contractor Certification Requirement

    • Calculations

    • Erosion and Sediment Control Drawings

    • Record Requirements

    • SWPPP and E&SC Drawing Update Requirements


Section ii developing effective swppps and e sc drawings2
Section II Developing Effective SWPPPS and E&SC drawings drawings

  • DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE E&SC DRAWINGS

    • The Importance of Pertinent Data

    • Collecting Data

    • Interpreting and Evaluating Data

    • Developing Effective E&SC Drawings

    • Title Sheet

    • Pre-Construction Drawings

    • During Construction Drawings

    • Post Construction Drawings

    • Typical Detail and Specification Sheets

    • Miscellaneous Comments

    • E&SC Drawing Summary


Section iii erosion control methods
Section III drawingsErosion Control Methods

  • USE OF VEGETATION

    • Maintaining Established Vegetation

    • Vegetative Filter Strips

    • Establishing Vegetation

    • Sod

    • Permanent Vegetation

    • Temporary Vegetation

    • Planting Seed

    • Pure Live Seed Rates Vs. Bulk Rates

    • Methods of Planting Seed

    • Polymer Enhanced Soil Stabilization

    • Mulches

    • Dry Mulches

    • Compost Materials

    • Hydraulic Mulches

    • Soil Binders


Section iii erosion control methods1
Section III drawingsErosion Control Methods

  • ROLLED EROSION CONTROL PRODUCTS

    • RECPs for Disturbed Slopes

    • Soft Armoring RECPs for Concentrated Flows

    • Small Drainage Channels RECPs

    • Selecting a RECP for Small Drainage Channels



Section iii erosion control methods2
Section III drawingsErosion Control Methods

  • RUNOFF CONTROL STRUCTURES

    • Diversion Dikes and Conveyance Channels

    • Slope Drains for Basins

    • Slope Drains for Roads

    • Channel Check Structures

    • Spacing of Check Structures

      PLUS Examples calculations and summary sheets


Design charts
Design Charts drawings


Section iv sediment containment systems
Section IV drawingsSediment Containment Systems

  • Designing SCSs into an E&SC Drawing

  • Defining Sediment Containment Systems

  • Effectiveness of Sediment Containment Systems

  • Sediment Containment System Outlet Structures

    • Surface Skimmers

    • Perforated Riser Pipes


Section iv sediment containment systems1
Section IV drawingsSediment Containment Systems

  • DEWATERING ACTIVITIES

    • Types of Dewatering Methods

    • Rim ditching

    • Sock pipe/Horizontal wells

    • Well-point systems

    • Turbidity Monitoring for Off-site Discharge

    • Using SCSs for Dewatering

    • Increasing the Efficiency of a SCS

    • Pre-Sedimentation Basins

    • Barriers for Pre-Sedimentation Basins

    • Use of Polymers or Alum

    • Steps for Introducing Polymers into Runoff Waters

    • Sediment Retention Barriers Using Polymers

    • Using Alum to Remove Sediment from Runoff Waters


Section iv sediment containment systems2
Section IV drawingsSediment Containment Systems

  • EXAMPLES

    • SCS Effectiveness of an Existing Pond

    • Sizing a Dewatering SCS

    • Builder Pre-Sedimentation Basin

    • Linear Road Pre-Sedimentation Basin


Section v temporary construction site bmps
Section V drawingsTemporary Construction Site BMPs

  • USING BARRIERS TO REMOVE SEDIMENT FROM RUNOFF WATERS

  • Limitation of Bale Barriers

  • Silt-Fence Barriers

  • Fiber Logs

  • Temporary Compost Berms

  • Area-Drain (a.k.a. Catch Basin) Inlet Barriers

  • Barriers for Storm Sewer Curb Inlet Openings

    • Curb and Gutter Sediment Containment System

    • Inlet Inserts

    • Cellular Confinement Systems

  • Using Polymers to Increase Sediment Removal from Runoff Waters

  • Using BMPs When Installing a Box Culvert


Section v temporary construction site bmps1
Section V drawingsTemporary Construction Site BMPs

  • Summary Sheets for Sediment Control BMPs

    • SILT FENCE BARRIER

    • FIBER LOG BARRIER FOR INDIVIDUAL LOTS

    • CONTINUOUS BERM BARRIER

    • GEOSYNTHETIC BARRIER

    • TURBIDITY BARRIER

    • WATER FILLED BARRIER

    • AREA DRAIN (A.K.A. CATCH BASIN) BARRIER

    • FRAME & FILTER BARRIER FOR AREA (A.K.A. CATCH BASIN) DRAINS

    • CURB INLET “SUMP” BARRIER

    • CURB INLET DIVERSION BERM

    • CURB AND GUTTER SEDIMENT CONTAINMENT SYSTEM DETAIL

    • CURB INLET INSERT

    • SOIL TRACKING PREVENTION DEVICE

    • CELLULAR CONFINEMENT SYSTEM DETAIL


Appendices details to support the sections
(Appendices) drawingsDetails to support the Sections

  • I Erosion and Sediment Control in Coastal Area

  • II Dewatering

  • III Polymers and Alum

  • IV Inspection Forms and Schedule Forms

  • V Vertical/Big Box E&SC Plan and Highway E&SC Plan


Appendix i erosion and sediment control in coastal area
Appendix I Erosion and Sediment Control in Coastal Area drawings

  • EROSION CONTROL TECHNOLOGIES

    Temporary Controls

    • Compost/Wood Mulching

    • Hydraulic Mulch

    • Soil Binders

    • Temporary Hydroseeding

      Permanent Controls

    • Polymer-Enhanced Armoring

    • Establishing Permanent, Salt-Tolerant Vegetation

    • Preserving Existing Vegetation

    • Construction Site Barrier

    • Geotextiles, Mats, and Geogrids



Appendix i erosion and sediment control in coastal area1
Appendix I Erosion and Sediment Control in Coastal Area drawings

  • SEDIMENT CONTAINMENT TECHNOLOGIES

    • Floating Turbidity Barrier

    • Sediment Retention Barrier

    • Compost Filter Berms


Appendix ii dewatering
Appendix II Dewatering drawings

  • Overview of Dewatering Operations

  • Application

  • Limitations

  • Implementation

  • Inspection and Maintenance

  • Control Technologies and Comparisons

    • Sediment Traps and Sediment Basins

    • Weir Tanks and Dewatering Tanks

    • Filters

    • Chemical Treatment


Appendix iii polymers and alum
Appendix III - Polymers and Alum drawings

  • Polyacrylamides (PAM and PAM blends)

    • When to use

    • How to apply

    • Types of Polymers

    • Choice of Polymers

    • Dosage Calculations

    • Performance Based Index Testing (NTU)

    • Example Field Project – Example of a Flow-through System

    • Toxicity Requirements and Index Testing

    • Inspection and Maintenance Requirements


Calculations in each example drawings

Mixer logs measured 140 square inch surface area:188.4 in. sq. (test log) = 24.4 mg/L for the 706b polymer log 140 in. sq. (mixer log) = 18.1 mg/L for the 706b polymer log 8 logs/mixer = 145.1 mg/L dosage 188.4 in. sq. (test log) = 12.2 mg/L for the 703d polymer log 140 in. sq. (mixer log) = 9.07 mg/L for the 703d polymer log 8 logs/mixer = 72.5 mg/L dosage Total dosage for the system is 217.6 mg/L


When and how
When and How drawings

  • The manual will be available on line.

  • We anticipate distribution in May of this year.

  • Everyone at the workshop, if we have your correct email

  • will be sent notice of the availability.

  • Other notifications will be sent from FDOT and FDEP

  • There will be classes to help to understand and apply the

  • the contents of the manual.

  • Also stay tuned for a companion field manual.

  • You can direct questions to Marty Wanielista

  • [email protected]

  • or 407.823.4144


H20 erosion control workshop that s all folks
H20 & Erosion Control Workshop drawings“That’s all folks”

www.stormwater.ucf.edu


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