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What is required in the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)?

The SWPPP is a “living” document that is intended to be regularly updated and must be kept on site.  The SWPPP consists of a Narrative and Site Maps.  The SWPPP must include:

  • Identification of the Pollution Prevention Team
  • Site description
  • Receiving waters and wetlands
  • Identification and location of potential pollutant sources
  • Stormwater controls
  • Identification of Best Management Practices
  • Schedules and procedures
  • Associated documentation
  • Required certification and signatures

For additional information, references Section 5 of the NDEQ ISW permit (pg 24).

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