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1 Best Management Practices (BMPs) Ideas for School Districts Presented by: Donald Lussier

2 What Will We Learn? What are BMPs? Why we need them? What to consider when selecting them? What should your BMP include? BMP ideas for the six minimum categories

3 What is a BMP An idea, philosophy, strategy, program, practice, or device which when implemented prevents, removes, reduces, or eliminates pollution in storm water discharges into storm drains, water courses, or waters of the U.S.

4 BMPs Two basic types- Source controls Treatment controls

5 Source Control BMPs Operational practices that reduce potential pollutants at the source. These may include:» Education / training» Storm drain stenciling» Impervious paving» Policies» Proper storage of pollutants

6 Treatment Controls BMPs Treatment methods to remove pollutants from storm water. These may include:» Grass lined swales» Catch basin inserts» Trash filters on inlets» Oil water separators» Infiltration basins» Minimization of impervious surfaces

7 Why Do We Need BMPs? Best Management Practices Prevent pollution Protect the environment Protect natural resources Protect our future generations

8 BMP Selection What should I consider when selecting my BMPs? Regulatory requirements Identified areas of concern Drainage areas Address specific operations Bus Barns Maintenance facilities Storage areas Maintenance crews

9 BMP selection What should your BMPs include? Measurable goals Timeline for implementation Procedures to meet your goals Assessment tools Person(s) responsible for implementation and coordination

10 BMP Progression Develop your BMPs Based on: Requirements Areas of concern or activities Measurable Goals Address the six minimum categories Implement your BMPs on a: Time schedule Year(s) of implementation Definable tasks BMPs fully implemented By the fifth year Assess your BMPs for: Effectiveness Modifications Additional / New Review BMPs yearly

11 Regulatory Requirements The NPDES Permit for small MS4s CAS list six minimum control requirement categories.

12 Six BMP Categories Public Education and Outreach on Storm Water Impacts Public Involvement and Public Participation Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination Construction Site Storm Water Runoff Control Post Construction Storm Water Management in New Development and Redevelopment Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping for Operations

13 Public Education and Outreach Requirements Implement a public education program Target Audience Students, Facility, and Staff

14 Public Education and Outreach BMP ideas Storm water Icon Courtesy of the EPA

15 Public Education and Outreach BMP ideas Storm water Webpage

16 Public Education and Outreach BMP ideas Storm water Icon Storm water Webpage Storm Water Advisory Team Classroom presentation program

17 Public Education and Outreach BMP ideas Partnership / Outreach teaming

18 Public Education and Outreach BMP ideas Storm water Icon Webpage Storm Water Advisory Team Classroom presentations program Partnership / Outreach teaming Storm Water Poster Storm water video Storm water mascot

19 Public Involvement/Participation Requirements Comply with all state and local notice requirements Target Audience Students, Facility, and Staff Courtesy of City of Modesto

20 Public Involvement/Participation BMP ideas Clean up days Storm drain stenciling Survey on storm water Adopt a parking lot

21 Public Involvement/Participation BMP ideas cont School District information line Student and Staff Watch Groups Volunteer for watershed cleanup Fundraising drive for local watershed

22 Requirements Illicit Discharge Detection/Elimination Adopt and enforce policies» Which prohibit illicit discharges Implement a program to detect illicit discharges Develop a storm sewer map Inform public of the hazards of illegal discharge and improper disposal of waste Address non-storm water discharges Target Audience» Students, Faculty, and Staff with an emphasis on operations and facility staff members

23 BMP ideas Illicit Discharge Detection/Elimination Policy (required) Storm sewer system map (required) Review District s facilities practices (required) Training / education (required) Hotline Inspection of facilities» Maintenance, storage, operational

24 Construction Runoff Controls Requirements Develop a program to control discharges Develop a program for inspection of construction sites Develop policies for enforcement Target Audience Contractors, Construction Site Operators, and Enforcement Personnel of the District

25 Construction Runoff Controls BMP ideas Inspections (required) Policy to control pollutants (required) Training for enforcement personnel and contractors (required) SWPPP review procedures Acceptable BMPs list Hotline for complaints

26 Post Construction Runoff Requirements Controls Develop, implement, and enforce a post construction runoff control program Develop and implement strategies, which include a combination of structural and/or non-structural BMPs Require long term post construction BMP operations Incorporate requirements into new and significant redevelopment projects Target Audience Designers, Architects, Developers, Engineers, and Facilities Staff

27 Post Construction Runoff Controls The permit does not require redesign of school facilities that have been submitted to the Department of General Services, Division of the State Architect before adoption of the permit, and which receive final approval from the State Allocation Board or the Public Works Board, as appropriate, on or before December 31, 2004.

28 Post Construction Runoff BMP ideas Controls Policy (required) Inspections (required) Training Design standards Data base of post construction BMPs Checklist / Review of plans Review / Develop standard contract language» Architects, Developers, Engineers, Contractors

29 Pollution Prevention / Good Requirements Housekeeping Examine your District s own activities Develop programs to prevent pollution from said activities Educate staff on pollution prevention Target Audience Facilities Staff, Maintenance Personnel and Enforcement Personnel

30 Pollution Prevention / Good BMP ideas Housekeeping Examine Activities (required) Training / Education (required) Policies (required) Litter control Maintenance facilities Pesticide and fertilizer control Parking lot sweeping

31 Pollution Prevention / Good BMP ideas cont. Housekeeping Vehicle washing program Spill response and prevention program Recycling program for hazardous waste Storm drain clean up program Hazardous materials storage program

32 Closing Key points Review your operations Address activities that may have an impact on water quality Give timelines for BMP implementation Assess BMPs regularly Be creative

33 Closing What have we learned? What BMPs are Why we need them What to consider in selecting them General BMP ideas

34 Closing Questions now.. Questions later Don Lussier CNUSD SWRCB RWQCB

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