Stormwater and Erosion Control Best Management Practices (US)
Runoff from rainstorms and snowmelt picks up pollutants like sediment, oil, grease and other chemicals. Contaminated runoff may flow into storm drains or it may flow directly into lakes, rivers and streams. Preventing stormwater contamination ensures clean water for swimming, fishing and drinking. U.S. federal law requires construction sites to obtain stormwater permits anytime an acre or more of land will be disturbed. As part of the permitting process, companies implement stormwater pollution prevention programs, or SWPPPs. This course covers Best Management Practices (BMPs) for stormwater and erosion control.
Identify the ways in which you can help control stormwater and erosion; Explain specific techniques for controlling stormwater and erosion; Distinguish between sites with good and bad stormwater and erosion control
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