stormwater bmps for SIC Code 4481

Stormwater BMPs for SIC Code 4481, Stormwater Permitting Guide

SIC Code 4481

2024 Stormwater Permit Compliance for SIC Code 4481 and applicable BMPs

Common Type-Based, Structural BMPs

  • Point BMP
    • Constructed Wetland
    • Infiltration Basin
    • Bioretention
    • Sand Filter (surface)
    • Rain Barrel
    • Cistern
    • Wet Pond
    • Dry Pond
  • Linear BMP
    • Grassed Swale
    • Infiltration Trench
    • Vegetated Filter Strip
    • Sand Filter (non-surface)
  • Area BMP
    • Green Roof
    • Porous Pavement

Common Pollutant Sources:

  • Exposure of lumber, residues, and vehicles/equipment to precipitation
  • Parts cleaning
  • Waste disposal of oily rags, oil and gas filters, batteries, coolants, degreasers
  • Fluid replacement including hydraulic fluid, oil, transmission fluid, radiator fluids, and grease
  • Diesel fuel

Common Toxicants

  • Nutrients
    • nitrates
  • Pesticides
    • 2,4-D γ -BHC (lindane)
    • malathion
    • atrazine
    • chlordane
    • diazinon
  • Other organics
    • VOCs
    • 1,3-dichloro-benzene
    • anthracene
    • benzo(a) anthracene
    • benzo(b) fluoranthene
    • benzo(k) fluoranthene
    • benzo(a) pyrene
    • bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate
    • fluoranthene
    • fluorene
    • naphthalene
    • pentachlorophenol
    • phenanthrene
    • pyrene
  • Pathogens
    • enteroviruses
    • Shigella
    • Pseudomonas aeruginosa
    • protozoa
  • Heavy Metals
    • nickel
    • cadmium
    • chromium
    • lead
    • zinc
    • copper
  • Salts
    • chloride

Common Pollutants:

  • BOD, TSS, oil, and grease
  • Solvents, oil, heavy metals, acid/alkaline wastes
  • Oil, heavy metals, solvents, acids
  • Oil and grease, arsenic, lead, cadmium, chromium, COD, and benzene
  • Diesel, gasoline, oil

Factors that can affect water quality:

  • Geographic location
  • Hydrogeology
  • Topography
  • Type, duration, and intensity of precipitation events
  • Extent of impervious surfaces (e.g., concrete or asphalt)
  • Type of ground cover (e.g., vegetation, crushed stone, or dirt)
  • Size of the operation

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