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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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    1. H20 & Erosion Control Workshop“Welcome” March 15 and 16th, 2007

    2. 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 _________________________________________

    3. 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) • 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)

    4. 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….

    5. 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

    6. 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

    7. 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

    8. 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

    9. 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

    10. Section II Developing Effective SWPPPS and E&SC 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

    11. Section II Developing Effective SWPPPS and E&SC 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

    12. Section IIIErosion 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

    13. Section IIIErosion 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

    14. Guidance details

    15. Section IIIErosion 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

    16. Design Charts

    17. Section IVSediment 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

    18. Section IVSediment 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

    19. Section IVSediment Containment Systems • EXAMPLES • SCS Effectiveness of an Existing Pond • Sizing a Dewatering SCS • Builder Pre-Sedimentation Basin • Linear Road Pre-Sedimentation Basin

    20. Section VTemporary 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

    21. Section VTemporary 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

    22. (Appendices)Details 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

    23. Appendix I Erosion and Sediment Control in Coastal Area • 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

    24. Many Pictures and Examples

    25. Appendix I Erosion and Sediment Control in Coastal Area • SEDIMENT CONTAINMENT TECHNOLOGIES • Floating Turbidity Barrier • Sediment Retention Barrier • Compost Filter Berms

    26. Appendix II Dewatering • 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

    27. Appendix III - Polymers and Alum • 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

    28. Calculations in each example 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

    29. When and How • 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 • wanielis@mail.ucf.edu • or 407.823.4144

    30. H20 & Erosion Control Workshop“That’s all folks” www.stormwater.ucf.edu