Construction Site Storm Water Control
This online engineering PDH interactive presentation explains how to preserve land as well as water characteristics by controlling erosion and sediment due to site storm water runoff in a construction site.
EPA recommends that land disturbance is kept minimal during any construction activity. Therefore, an effective storm water management program is essential to reduce the effect of pollutants in any storm water runoff. “Construction Site Storm Water Runoff Control” is classified as one of the most effective Best Management Practices to be used by personnel of small MS4s.
This 3 PDH online interactive presentation is intended primarily to all personnel responsible for the implementation of runoff controls for storm water runoff from construction sites including but not limited to, municipality owners and/or operators, construction contractors and their staff, site developers and investors, and engineers.
This PE continuing education interactive presentation is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Understanding how runoff control is performed
- Learning about the different methods to control erosion
- Learning how to control sediment
- Gaining an overview of the good housekeeping practices
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