Source Control Inspection Program Guidance Manual
The Source Control (Business/Site) Inspection Program Guidance Manual provides resources, templates, and strategies developed based on research, input, and experiences of jurisdictions that have developed similar programs. PDF files for Chapters 1, 2, and 3 were originally posted in December 2021. Minor updates were made to the PDF files for Chapters 1, 2, and 3 in April 2022 to add hyperlinks to other chapters, clarify Western Washington 2019-2024 Phase II permit dates, and update the Chapter 6 title. Topics covered by this manual address the key source control program requirements included in the Western Washington 2019-2024 Phase II permit:
|Western Washington 2019-2024 Phase II Permit Requirement/Section||Guidance Manual Reference|
|Definitions and Acronyms and all of S5.C.8||Chapter 1: Background and Regulatory Requirements|
|Adopt Ordinance(s) for Source Control Program (S5.C.8.b.i)||Chapter 2: Developing Source Control Code/Ordinances and Enforcement Policies|
|Establish Source Control Inventory (S5.C.8.b.ii)||Chapter 3: Source Control Inventory Development, Updates, and Prioritization|
|Implement Inspection Program (S5.C.8.b.iii)||Chapter 4: Developing a Business/Site Inspection Program
Chapter 5: Conducting Business/Site Inspections
Chapter 6: Data Management and Recordkeeping
|Implement Progressive Enforcement Policy (S5.C.8.b.iv)||Chapter 2: Developing Source Control Code/Ordinances and Enforcement Policies|
|Train Staff (S5.C.8.b.v)||Chapter 8: Training|
- May 2022 – Content for Chapters 4-8 posted
- November 2022 – Supplemental education and outreach materials (Chapter 7) posted
- December 2022 – Supplemental training resources (Chapter 8) posted
The purpose of the Source Control (Business/Site) Inspection Program Guidance Manual is to support Permittees in achieving compliance with Western Washington 2019-2024 Phase II permit requirements for the Source Control Program for Existing Development (S5.C.8 in the NPDES Phase II permit).
The Washington Stormwater Center was awarded funding from the Stormwater Action Monitoring (SAM) to develop a guidance manual and trainings to assist Phase II stormwater permittees with meeting the source control (business/site) requirements described in S5.C.8 of the Western Washington National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Phase II Municipal Stormwater Permit (Western Washington 2019-2024 Phase II permit).