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Training by Douglas Howie, Dept. of Ecology

 

Virtual Training Dates: TBD

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For questions regarding these trainings contact Laurie Larson

The Eastern Washington Phase II Municipal Stormwater Permit required Permittees to have programs to control runoff from new development, redevelopment. These programs are required to include a review of stormwater site plans for development activities. The WSC partnered with the Department of Ecology to develop a Plan Reviewer Training. This training is intended to provide municipal staff whose primary function is to review plans for a general overview of how to review a plan set to ensure compliance with the Permits.


Training Agenda

1. NPDES Permit Overview

2. Important Definitions

a. Where to find these

3. Underground Injection Control (UIC) Rule

4. New Development and Redevelopment Determination

5. How to Determine Core Elements (CE) Applicable to a Project

a. Each jurisdiction may be a little different

6. What is a Stormwater Site Plan

a. SSP Report

b. Plan Set

7. Residential Example – small group exercise

a. What CEs Apply to This Project

b. Are those CES being met by BMPs shown?

8. Commercial example – small group exercise

a. What CEs Apply to This Project

b. Are those CES being met by BMPs shown?

9. Construction Inspection

a. Importance of a Good Plan Set

10. Facility Inspection

a. Covenant and Easement Agreement (or similar)

b. Record Drawings