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  • ...(TCMA) each year. The chloride in road salt flows into our lakes, streams, and groundwater, potentially harming our environment. ...now_ice/index.html here]. This article summarizes environmental effects of de-icing chemicals. Other effects (e.g. on infrastructure) are discussed [http://sto
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  • ...ent Practices Performance Evaluation]; Sponsored by: Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council, December 5, 2019, 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM, CST ...Events page] for links and information on upcoming stormwater conferences and events
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  • ...pter 5 of MPCA’s [http://www.pca.state.mn.us/index.php/water/water-types-and-programs/stormwater/stormwater-management/stormwater-best-management-practi ...s a major problem because a substantial percentage of annual runoff volume and pollutant loading can come from snowmelt.
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  • ...iltration, filtering and adsorbing pollutants, retaining natural drainage, and minimizing imperviousness.</font size>]] ...tic illustrates better site design practices to minimize stormwater runoff and mitigate stormwater runoff.</font size>]]
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  • ...reader is referred to the Manual’s subject-specific pages for discussion and references related to research on a given topic. ...d their comments on research needs, current/existing research, the Manual, and educational resources to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency. We recomme
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  • ...mn.us/water/plants-stormwater-design Plants for stormwater design] by Shaw and Schmidt (2003). ...egetation/ Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources]: native vegetation and seed mixes
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  • ==Sector N: Scrap and waste recycling facilities== Sector N includes facilities that sort and wholesale distribute scrap and waste materials, which are described by Standard Industrial Classification
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  • *[[Road salt|Road de-icing]] ...php?title=Stormwater_and_rainwater_harvest_and_use/reuse Stormwater re-use and rainwater harvesting]
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  • This page provides information on surface water and groundwater impacts associated with infiltration of stormwater runoff. ...ansport_in_stormwater_infiltration_systems low levels] in urban stormwater and are generally retained in the upper soil layers via adsorption to solid par
    22 KB (3,110 words) - 13:21, 20 June 2018
  • ...k it out image|<font size=3>For information on model snow and ice policies and examples, [https://stormwater.pca.state.mn.us/index.php/Smart_Salting_(S2)_ ...parking lots, and sidewalks, one of the most common reactions is to apply salt, which contains chloride, a water pollutant.
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  • ...ter quality'' can be found on [https://www.pca.state.mn.us/water/road-salt-and-water-quality MPCA's website]|alert-info}} ...portunity to become a leader in the industry by operating more efficiently and reducing environmental impacts.
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  • ...the use of salt, primarily sodium chloride (NaCl), to prevent ice build-up and remove ice where it has formed. ...ffectively manage salt use to protect our water resources in a responsible and strategic approach.
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  • ...tate.mn.us/water/smart-salting-training-calendar/2019-08 Link to the Smart Salt training calendar]</font size>]] ...sidewalks each winter? Most of it ends up in our lakes, streams, wetlands, and groundwater. As a result, clean water in Minnesota is in jeopardy.
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  • *[http://www.mnltap.umn.edu/training/topic/maintenance/snow/ Snow and Ice Control Material Application (CTAP)] *[http://www.lrrb.org/media/reports/200501REV.pdf Minnesota snow and ice control - Field handbook for snowplow operators]
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  • ...ter quality'' can be found on [https://www.pca.state.mn.us/water/road-salt-and-water-quality MPCA's website]|alert-info}} ...d different weather conditions. We encourage continuing to test, document, and refine the practices from this manual.
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  • ...ter quality'' can be found on [https://www.pca.state.mn.us/water/road-salt-and-water-quality MPCA's website]|alert-info}} ==Policies and plans==
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  • ...ter quality'' can be found on [https://www.pca.state.mn.us/water/road-salt-and-water-quality MPCA's website]|alert-info}} *Plow before applying deicers to avoid dilution of the salt.
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  • ...ter quality'' can be found on [https://www.pca.state.mn.us/water/road-salt-and-water-quality MPCA's website]|alert-info}} ...formation is useful for evaluating the effectiveness of winter parking lot and sidewalk maintenance.
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  • ...ter quality'' can be found on [https://www.pca.state.mn.us/water/road-salt-and-water-quality MPCA's website]|alert-info}} The first winter maintenance training and certification workshops were held in 2005. After holding several classes, i
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  • ...ore information, and to register, go to [http://freshwater.org/annual-road-salt-symposium-fights-chloride-pollution/ the Freshwater Society's web site.]|al ...lt has other negative impacts, such as harming vegetation, including turf, and altering the process of infiltration into soil.
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  • ...(TCMA) each year. The chloride in road salt flows into our lakes, streams, and groundwater, potentially harming our environment. ...now_ice/index.html here]. This article summarizes environmental effects of de-icing chemicals. Other effects (e.g. on infrastructure) are discussed [http://sto
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