SECTION 13 PERMIT TERMINATION CONDITIONS

13.1

Permit Termination Conditions.

13.2

Permittees must complete all construction activity and must install permanent cover over all areas prior to submitting the NOT. Vegetative cover must consist of a uniform perennial vegetation with a density of 70 percent of its expected final growth. Vegetation is not required where the function of a specific area dictates no vegetation, such as impervious surfaces or the base of a sand filter.

13.3

Permittees must remove any accumulated sediment and stabilize the permanent stormwater treatment system and must ensure the system meets all applicable requirements in Section 15 through 19 and is operating as designed.

13.4

Permittees must remove all sediment from conveyance systems prior to submitting the NOT.

13.5

Permittees must remove all temporary synthetic erosion prevention and sediment control BMPs prior to submitting the NOT. Permittees may leave BMPs designed to decompose on-site in place.

13.6

For residential construction only, permit coverage terminates on individual lots if the structures are finished and temporary erosion prevention and downgradient perimeter control is complete, the residence sells to the homeowner, and the permittee distributes the MPCA's "Homeowner Fact Sheet" to the homeowner.

13.7

For construction projects on agricultural land (e.g., pipelines across cropland), permittees must return the disturbed land to its preconstruction agricultural use prior to submitting the NOT.

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