Storm Water Pollution Prevention Training. Storm Water, . Just Passing Through. Authorship and Disclaimer. This training presentation on Storm Water Pollution Prevention is provided by the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services to aid Solid Waste facilities in
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Just Passing Through
This training presentation on Storm Water Pollution
Prevention is provided by the New Hampshire Department
of Environmental Services to aid Solid Waste facilities in
compliance with the requirements of the USEPA’s
NPDES Storm Water Program.
It is not intended to be all inclusive. Facilities should modify
it to make it site specific and appropriate to their own storm
water plan. The information contained in this presentation is based
on our understanding of the regulations. We can make no guarantee
that it will meet the requirements of a regulatory agency.
For comments, questions and suggestions, please contact
Don Maurer, NHDES, 271-2928 or firstname.lastname@example.org
1. The primary purpose of a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) is to...
2. Procedural BMPs include...
3. Which of these is not a pollution prevention technique?
4. Which of the following procedures is generally not considered a source of storm water pollution?
5. A Best Management Practice (BMP) is a procedure developed to prevent or reduce the amount of pollution discharged to storm water runoff.
6. It is okay to dump mop water onto the ground or into a storm drain.
7. It is only the responsibility of supervisory personnel to implement BMPs.
8. Storm water runoff in residential areas also drains directly, without treatment to lakes, rivers and oceans.
Remember, keep it out of the drain!