City Of Wilmington Storm Water Management Program

1977 city of wilmington storm water management program pdf public services wastewater department stormwater 6a4387065ac9687f12bd47c0ff8d38c5 9430391d1131b1e82c2d1e7d106d78046c69ca0729e2ee52c4b98d118b291156 243×300 _numqya1tobqv thumb jpg 2021 06 11 07 0 1000 01 pdf application storm water management program ohio epa ms4 permit number ohq000003 2014 2019 december 2016 update revised by city november 2018 of wilmington prepared table contents section page executive summary 3 system overview and total maximum daily loads tmdls 4 organization or organizational chart 6 mcm 1 public education outreach on impacts 7 2 involvement participation 11 illicit discharge detection elimination 14 construction site runoff control 20 5 post 25 pollution prevention good housekeeping for municipal operations 30 appendix a ordinance 0 18 45 private sewage disposal systems b 3587 surface drainage c 4905 administration d use development standards flood hazard reduction e erosion specifications certification i certify under penalty law that this document all attachments were my direction supervision in accordance with designed to assure qualified personnel properly gather evaluate the information submitted based inquiry person persons who manage those directly responsible gathering is best knowledge belief true accurate complete am aware there are significant penalties submitting false including possibility fine imprisonment knowing violations ________________________________ eric green wwtp chief operator oh previous national pollutant npdes authorization small separate sewer ms4s no ohq000002 required implementation swmp satisfied appropriate quality requirements code orc 6111 clean act intended identify describe practices bmps selected meet six minimum measures mcms described why light local issues performance bmp new redevelopment was reissued september requires communities which renewing coverage their be consistent submit updated review where applicable shall address u s approved load tmdl recommendations identified problems associated discharges within watershed page_text extracted_title num_pages located clinton county southwest has population approximately 12 500 people covers square miles lower little miami river partially contained four huc watersheds headwaters todd fork 050902020602 lytle creek 050902020603 cowan 050902020604 wilson 050902020605 boundary shown red report march 28 2011 about each sub drains into included current status below does include specific references particularly related bacteria coli at locations along turtle although abx airpark limits from airport regulated through its own ndpes waste allocations applicability cause source n none attributed sanitary overflows urban agricultural sediment nutrient impairment rm 9 townsend field sedimentation eutrophication biological indicators permitted industrial commercial non attainment nelson road do cod partial 95 point not mile implemented various departments as well coordination other agencies following provides visual representation how these entities work collaboratively accomplish goals outlined stormwater rick schaffer brian shidaker administrator works director service safety 937 382 2413 383 5882 6509 egreen wilmingtonps org rschaffer wilmingtonoh bshidaker jordan martin jerry runk supt m r cemetery maria burrell mike crowe 6339 building dept sanitation landfill 5134 jermaine isaac dir parks recreation 6474 adam simpson ronald cravens wtp police 3833 tony morris wil trans overarching authority however andy mason fire utility activities delegated primary contact manager roles responsibilities oversight entity name title project harry mcvey wastewater superintendent shaffer services department streets swcd plan hsts taxi inspection michelle horner zoning maintenance health district pam walker bauer commissioner measure 8 efforts implement distribute educational materials community conduct equivalent bodies steps can take reduce pollutants more than mechanism least five different themes messages over term one theme targeted reach 50 tables outline legal type media communications description will provide via website promote added an annual basis measureable goal schedule interim party milestones frequency date time annually rationale online communication growing way wide variety demographics target audience general addresses link several used focused impairments pamphlets offices events distributed repeatedly providing written topic residents developers remind them importance proper protection epsc home builders avenues throughout area create awareness stakeholder occurrence active sites due decision process statement you inform individuals households they see above updates methods help part follows residential litter trash hazardous ii groups become involved such stream restoration utilized notify upcoming reoccurring opportunities get iii audiences your likely have institutional generally divided three detention 10 homeowners businesses parking lot iv what sources main concern so key focus programs oil pet etc v strategy mechanisms g printed brochures newspapers workshops many expect detailed strategies digital direct access times year referred bills manner anticipates reached during vi overall if listed responsibility held vii success measurable achievable realistic intends effectiveness tracking documenting comply state notice satisfy when implementing improvement volunteer organizations initiatives utilizing participants per cycle activity engaging opportunity hands while also tangible benefit citizen student benefits anticipated treatment plant tours continue portion tour provided involving learning processes it relates streams rivers students better understand treatments plants 13 submittal noi draft posted comment actively involve proposed includes types ethnic economic engaged encouraged potentially affected trade associations environmental homeowner among others casting broad net bias towards consider representatives panel hearings working volunteers willing educate monitoring beach up we walks tree planting 15 16 develop enforce detect eliminate comprehensive map showing location outfalls names waters united states receive catch basins pipes ditches retention ponds list hstss size conduits effectively prohibit regulatory enforcement procedures illegal dumping could connected central sewers require connection any operating proactive o investigating contamination dry weather screening evaluating planned possible installation areas high densities informs employees hazards improper categories flows contributors line flushing landscape irrigation diverted rising ground uncontaminated infiltration pumped potable foundation air conditioning condensation springs crawl space pumps footing lawn watering individual car washing riparian habitats wetlands dechlorinated swimming pool street wash fighting initial establish priorities long surveillance needed 17 mapping gis features ongoing mapped receiving updating additional assets entire network tie but having useful identifying eliminating systematically feasibly known inspected case screened once completed allows addressed improve achieve revise existing prohibiting prior end owners reports resolved investigated results successful maps verify outfall surveys already developed regularly available data record utilize resources keep shapefiles changes chose need copy relevant sections put place regulations chapter 922 19 passed compliance ordinances additionally established 81 938 further enhance prohibition ensure actions spills recommends tests chemical parameters previously been future connections failing off discharging flow locating priority higher likelihood older lines example ambient sampling locate impacted reaches considering concentrated resident complaints noted staff tracing techniques crews ability investigations cctv dye testing may augment identification removing given unique nature situation evaluation assessment serve tool coordinate covered earlier 21 22 result land disturbance greater equal acre projects less larger common operators controls sanctions adverse incorporates consideration potential receipt pre swppp disturbances initially follow monthly unless otherwise documented 23 tools necessary checklist standardized aid inspections reviewed reported protocol critical emphasis loadings very important 24 1125 2000 maintains manual details contractors provisions certain monetary stop orders fines bonding denials limited discarded concrete truck washouts chemicals incorporate estimated plans obligated go standardize coordinating requirement coordinates contractor resolve issue prioritize approval submittals swppps viii 26 27 disturb combination structural adequate operation installed agreements considerations guidelines objectives privately owned forthcoming revisions being impactful designers accountable design specifically tailored minimize attempt maintain conditions designer sizing calculations drawings then deficiencies extended component infrastructure policies growth protect sensitive increase open 29 dedicated funding acquisition buffers impervious surfaces soils vegetation encourage infill density designs minimization percentage after often thought preventive spill currently reviewing storage wet outlet structures filtration grassed swales bioretention cells sand filters filter strips trenches developments redevelopments reference governing regarding enforceable two ways fees secondly deny documentation options clearly agreement between another landowners regional authorities parties 31 32 training ultimate preventing reducing using oepa employee prevent park fleet facilities operated swp3 schedules keeping webinars conferences seminars train hours house aspect efficiencies messaging addressing 33 feet cleaned amount salt calcium brine applied seasonal roads logged sweepers followed vehicle automotive fluid transportation customized suited government coordinated extent cross referenced 34 floatables items handled easily adapted highways lots yards transfer stations shops outdoor snow operate roadway winterization bottom ash thereof rates resulting implements sweeping ice removal leaf collection basin cleaning pipe removed dredge spoil accumulated sediments debris utilizes dispose wastes dewatered hauled fill disposed assessed incorporation devices 35 analyze pdf_pages pdf_2text timings

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