Examples of potential pollutant generating land uses1
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Land Use Category Land Use
Commercial
  • Animal care services
  • Building material
  • Commercial car washes
  • Convenience stores
  • Laundries and dry cleaners
  • Lawn care companies
  • Gas stations
  • Nurseries and garden centers
  • Petroleum wholesalers
  • Fast food restaurants
  • Shopping centers
  • Vehicle maintenance and repair
  • Wholesale food and beverage
Industrial
  • Auto recyclers
  • Boat building and repair facilities
  • Recycling centers and scrap yards
  • Warehouses
Institutional
  • Cemeteries
  • Churches
  • Colleges
  • Corporate office parks
  • Hospitals
  • Private schools
  • Private golf courses
Municipal
  • Composting facilities
  • Fleet storage and school bus depots
  • Landfills/solid waste facilities
  • Local streets and storm drains
  • Pesticide use in rights-of-way
  • Public golf courses
  • Public schools
  • Public works yards
  • Maintenance depots
  • Solid waste facilities
  • Wastewater treatment plants
Transport Related
  • Airports
  • Bus depots
  • Rental car lots
  • Railroad stations and associated maintenance facilities
  • Ports
  • Highway maintenance facilities
  • Trucking companies and distribution centers
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1This list is not all-inclusive, nor does it mention here indicate that all such occurrences will be potential stormwater hotspots (PSHs); rather, these are examples of typical land uses that could be PSHs

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