Stormwater Pollution Prevention

Stormwater Pollution Prevention

In open fields, woods and wetlands, most rain is absorbed by the soil or is taken up by plants and trees. In developed areas, rain that falls on roofs, drives, parking lots and streets is not absorbed. Instead, it travels down roadways, settles in gutters and ditches, and flows through storm drains to finally end up in our rivers, lakes, and wetlands. Rainwater that enters a surface water body, by flowing either overland or through a storm sewer system, is called stormwater or stormwater runoff. Stormwater runoff is one of the leading causes of pollution in rivers and lakes. Identifying sources of stormwater pollution and keeping them from coming in contact with runoff is one of the best and most economical ways of protecting the quality of our waters. This presentation will tell you more about stormwater pollution and how to prevent it.

PRICE
$ 24.95
DURATION
25 min
LANGUAGE
English
CEU
CEU 0.0
SKU
SKU-0469
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Course Outline

Stormwater Pollution Prevention

  • 1. Introduction    

  • 2. Definition and Regulations    

  • 3. Effects    

  • 4. Causes    

  • 5. Allowable Discharges    

  • 6. BMPs    

  • 7. Responses and Penalties    

  • 8. Prevention    

  • 9. Conclusion    

Learning Objectives

Stormwater Pollution Prevention

  • Define stormwater.
  • Discuss how the regulation of stormwater has developed.
  • List common sources of stormwater pollution.
  • Discuss the effects of stormwater pollution on the environment.
  • Give examples of best management practices for preventing stormwater pollution.
  • Describe how to respond to a spill.
  • State the fines and penalties for polluting stormwater.
  • Describe the purpose and requirements of a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan.

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