Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan

Storm
Water
Pollution Prevention Plan


SWPPP Erosion Control in Southern California, CA

Stormwater Management Plans are required for projects when stormwater runoff can lead to soil erosion, water pollution, or other damage. Stormwater management can be handled in many ways, depending on the requirements of the site and can be either temporary or permanent.

Stormwater management around a construction site focuses to a large degree on sediment control, essentially allowing water to flow from the site while leaving behind suspended particles. Other stormwater management methods focus on erosion control for exposed soil from a current or recent construction project. Although stormwater runoff might not appear to be a concern in the dry Southern California environment, even a small amount of flowing water can quickly cause erosion or carry sediment into nearby water systems. JB Bostick specially designs Stormwater Management Plans to ensure SWPPP erosion and pollution control in Southern California, CA are managed properly at all times.

Silt fence


A porous fence held vertical by wooden posts used as a sediment control device on construction sites. It protects nearby water by removing suspended solid particles from construction site water runoff.


Rock Bags

Normally used around storm drains, rock bags act as a filtration system allowing water to pass through while leaving behind sediment from stormwater runoff and other construction site water.

Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan, or SWPPP


A Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan, or SWPPP, is a document that identifies all the activity at a site that could lead to water (and sometimes air/wind) pollution and what will be done to prevent it.

For example, a SWPPP will describe where water will be introduced to the site, how water will exit, what equipment or features will be used, and how construction materials will be kept from being passed into the environment through wind. Best Management Practices, or BMP, are selected during SWPPP Erosion Control in Southern California, CA to help maintain the local water quality.

Ultimately, the purpose of storm water erosion control is to protect the nearby environment from sediment carried by soil erosion and wind from the construction site. Environmental protection is priority #1 at JB Bostick and our customers can be assured that we use the highest standards in SWPPP while staying within the project budget and timeline. Give us a call today to learn more about our Storm Water and Erosion control planning in Southern California, CA!

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