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Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping Activities for Municipal Operations Developing the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan . Presenter: Keith Noble, Saginaw Bay District Office. How to develop a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan .

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Pollution Prevention and

Good Housekeeping Activities for

Municipal Operations

Developing the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan

Presenter: Keith Noble, Saginaw Bay District Office

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How to develop a

Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan

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Facilities regulated by the

industrial storm water regulations

Including the following municipal operations:

Airports

Wastewater Treatment Plants (1MGD+)

Maintenance facilities for bus and waste Hauling vehicles

Land fills

Land Applications sites

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Municipal owned or operated facilities that are not designated by the Industrial Storm Water regulations, which meet any of the following criteria, must develop and implement a SWPPP.

facilities will need to develop a swppp if
Facilities will need to develop a SWPPP if:

There are storm water discharges to surface waters of the state

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Information on who needs to develop the SWPPP is in the Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping Activities for Municipal Operations compliance assistance document available on the

DNRE storm water web site

http://www.michigan.gov/deqstormwater

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Certified Operator Training

  • The industrial storm water certified operator training provides instruction for the development and implementation of the SWPPP
  • Contact District Water Bureau Staff to schedule training
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Certified Operator Training

  • The Industrial Storm Water Certified Operator Training Manual is located @ http://www.michigan.gov/deqstormwater on the Industrial Program page.
the swppp needs to be developed and implemented by the due date for the swppi or swmp
The SWPPP needs to be developed and implemented by the due date for the SWPPI or SWMP
  • For municipalities that are permitted under the watershed general permit they must have a industrial storm water certified operator unless the SWPPP is submitted as part of the SWPPI.
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Ethanol Plants

Asphalt Plants

integrated contingency plans
Integrated Contingency Plans
  • Typically include all environmental, health, and safety plans including SWPPP, PIPP, and SPCC
developing a swppp
Developing a SWPPP
  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan
    • Source Identification
    • Non-Structural Controls
    • Structural Controls
site map development
Site Map Development

Source Identification

soils
Soils

Source Identification

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Salt

Source Identification

raw materials
Raw Materials

Source Identification

fuels and lubricants
Fuels and Lubricants

Source Identification

solvents and detergents
Solvents and Detergents

Source Identification

fertilizers and pesticides
Fertilizers and Pesticides

Source Identification

waste products
Waste Products

Source Identification

polluting materials
Polluting Materials

Source Identification

wastewater
Wastewater

Source Identification

building materials
Building Materials

Source Identification

significant material inventory
Significant Material Inventory

Source Identification

pollutant sources
Pollutant Sources

Source Identification

listing of significant spills
Listing of Significant Spills

Source Identification

spill report shall include
Spill Report shall include:
  • Date
  • Volume
  • Location of release
  • Actions taken to clean up material

Source Identification

if a release occurs
If a release occurs…
  • It shall be managed in accordance with the SWPPP
  • The SWPPP shall be updated to include corrective actions within 14 calendar days

Source Identification

storm water sampling is not a requirement at most municipal facilities that develop a swppp
Storm Water samplingIS NOTa requirement at most municipal facilities that develop a SWPPP

Source Identification

developing a swppp1
Developing a SWPPP
  • Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan
    • Source Identification
    • Non-Structural Controls
    • Structural Controls
non structural controls
Non-Structural Controls

Non-Structural Controls

8 non structural controls
8 Non Structural Controls
  • Preventative Maintenance / Routine Inspections
  • Comprehensive Inspections
  • Good Housekeeping
  • Material Handling & Spill Prevention / Response

Non-Structural Controls

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Sedimentation & Erosion Control
  • Employee Training
  • TMDL requirements
  • Significant Materials Present

Non-Structural Controls

1 preventative maintenance
1. Preventative Maintenance

Non-Structural Controls

routine inspections
Routine Inspections
  • Responsibility of the Certified Operator or Storm Water Program Manager
  • Recommended every two weeks
  • Must be documented

Non-Structural Controls

inspections should include
Inspections should include:
  • Housekeeping activity areas
  • Preventative maintenance items
  • Material handling areas
  • Fueling areas
  • Etc.

Non-Structural Controls

2 comprehensive site inspections
2. Comprehensive Site Inspections

Non-Structural Controls

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COMPREHENSIVE site inspection must be conducted quarterly or on an alternative schedule approved by the Department

Non-Structural Controls

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All controls should be evaluated

Non-Structural Controls

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Document comprehensive site inspections
  • Responsible of the Certified Operator or smp

Non-Structural Controls

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A schedule for COMPREHENSIVE site inspections must be identified in the SWPPP

Non-Structural Controls

3 good housekeeping practices
3. Good Housekeeping Practices

Non-Structural Controls

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Employee Participation

Non-Structural Controls

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Tracking spilled materials outside

Non-Structural Controls

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Loading and Unloading Procedures

Non-Structural Controls

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Poor material storage location

Non-Structural Controls

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Material storage procedures

Non-Structural Controls

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Avoid storing liquids near drains

Non-Structural Controls

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Avoid storing acids and bases near each other

BOOM!!!

Non-Structural Controls

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Barrier posts in high risk areas

Non-Structural Controls

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Proper labeling of containers

Non-Structural Controls

spill prevention response
Spill Prevention & Response

Non-Structural Controls

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Identify Spilled Material

Contact Supervisor

Protect Storm Drain

Big Spill

Small Spill

Contain Spill

Clean Spill

Hire Contractor

Dispose of Material Appropriately

Non-Structural Controls

Write Report

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Identifying Potential Spill Areas

Non-Structural Controls

detailed clean up procedures
Spill kit locations

Clean-up equipment

Clean-up personal

Phone numbers

Detailed clean-up procedures

Non-Structural Controls

in the event of a spill
In the event of a spill

Non-Structural Controls

dnre pollution emergency alert system peas
DNRE Pollution Emergency Alert System (PEAS)
  • 1-800-292-4706
    • Non-business hours
  • Call the District Office
    • During business hours
    • Make sure a message is left with a person not an answering machine.

Non-Structural Controls

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Culverts and Stream Crossings

Non-Structural Controls

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Areas with exposed soils

Non-Structural Controls

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Gravel / Dirt lots

Non-Structural Controls

dnre construction storm water manual
DNRE Construction Storm Water Manual

The Construction Site Certified Operator and SESC Training Manual is available to download on the DNRE Storm Water Website on the Construction Site Program page.

Non-Structural Controls

6 employee training
6. Employee Training

Non-Structural Controls

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Spill prevention and response

Non-Structural Controls

employee training schedule
Employee Training Schedule

Non-Structural Controls

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TMDL is the process used to determine how much pollutant load a lake or stream can handle from point and nonpoint sources.

Non-Structural Controls

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Contact your district staff for specific TMDL information
  • If the TMDL is listed in the Certificate of Coverage issued to the Municipality
  • If a TMDL applies to your receiving waters, controls to meet the TMDL are required in your SWPPP

Non-Structural Controls

unnatural turbidity
Unnatural turbidity

Non-Structural Controls

unnatural oil film
Unnatural oil film

Non-Structural Controls

unnatural foam
Unnatural foam

Non-Structural Controls

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If pollutants still remain after non-structural controls, structural controls will have to be installed.

Non-Structural Controls

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Industrial Storm Water

Certified Operator Class

Provides Training

On

Specific Pollution Prevention Measures

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Activity Specific Controls

Vehicle and Equipment Maintenance

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Activity Specific Controls

Controls for Painting Operations

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Activity Specific Controls

Controls for washing:

  • Equipment
  • Vehicles
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Vehicle wash water

Storm sewer inlet

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Controls for Loading and

Unloading Operations

Activity Specific Controls

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Activity Specific Controls

Controls For Dewatering

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For dewatering on emergency repair jobs

Do not discharge directly into:

Storm Sewers

Surface Waters

Discharge into:

Stone

Dense growth of vegetation

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Activity Specific Controls

Catch Basin Protection

Catch Basin Insert