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Protection of existing trees on construction sitesStockpile managementConstruction materials managementConstruction materials managementSediment control practices - Perimeter controls for disturbed areasSediment control practices - Storm drain inlet protectionConstruction stormwater best management practice – Concrete, paint, stucco and other washout guidanceSediment control practices - Vehicle tracking BMPsProtection of existing trees on construction sitesSediment control practices - Storm drain inlet protectionConstruction stormwater best management practice – Concrete, paint, stucco and other washout guidanceConstruction materials managementSediment control practices - Vehicle tracking BMPsConstruction stormwater best management practice – Stormwater Pollution Prevention PlanSediment control practices - Perimeter controls for disturbed areasConstruction materials managementStockpile ManagementProtection of existing trees on construction sitesConstruction stormwater best management practice – Stormwater Pollution Prevention PlanConstruction stormwater best management practice – Site stabilizationConstruction stormwater best management practice – Site stabilizationProtection of existing trees on construction sitesThe SWPPP must describe methods to minimize soil compaction and preserve topsoil. Minimizing soil compaction is not required where the function of a specific area dictates compaction.Permittees must stabilize all exposed soil areas, including stockpiles. Stabilization must be initiated immediately to limit soil erosion when construction activity has ceased on any portion of the site and will not resume for a period exceeding 14 calendar days. Stabilization must be completed no later than 14 calendar days after the construction activity has ceased. Stabilization is not required on certain temporary stockpiles but must provide sediment controls at the base of the stockpile.Permittees must place building products and landscape materials under cover (e.g., plastic sheeting or temporary roofs) or protect them by similarly effective means designed to minimize contact with stormwater. Permittees are not required to cover or protect products which are either not a source of contamination to stormwater or are designed to be exposed to stormwater.Permittees must properly store, collect and dispose solid waste in compliance with Minn. R. ch. 7035.Permittees must establish sediment control BMPs on all downgradient perimeters of the site and downgradient areas of the site that drain to any surface water, including curb and gutter systems. Permittees must locate sediment control practices upgradient of any buffer zones. Permittees must install sediment control practices before any upgradient land-disturbing activities begin and must keep the sediment control practices in place until they establish permanent cover.Permittees must protect all storm drain inlets using appropriate BMPs during construction until they establish permanent cover on all areas with potential for discharging to the inlet.Permittees must provide effective containment for all liquid and solid wastes generated by washout operations related to the construction activity. Permittees must prevent liquid and solid washout wastes from contacting the ground and must design the containment so it does not result in runoff from the washout operations or areas. ermittees must properly dispose liquid and solid wastes in compliance with MPCA rules. Permittees must install a sign indicating the location of the washout facility.Permittees must install a vehicle tracking BMP to minimize the track out of sediment from the construction site or onto paved roads within the site.Permittees must keep the SWPPP, including all changes to it, and inspections and maintenance records at the site during normal working hours by permittees who have operational control of that portion of the site.Permittees must stabilize all exposed soil areas, including stockpiles. Stabilization must be initiated immediately to limit soil erosion when construction activity has permanently or temporarily ceased on any portion of the site and will not resume for a period exceeding 14 calendar days. Stabilization must be completed no later than 14 calendar days after the construction activity has ceased. Stabilization is not required on constructed base components of roads, parking lots and similar surfaces.Permittees must immediately initiate stabilization of exposed soil areas, as described in item 8.4, and complete the stabilization within seven (7) calendar days after the construction activity in that portion of the site temporarily or permanently ceases.Image map test
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