CONSTRUCTION & DEVELOPER
Developers, contractors, and homebuilders can help to prevent stormwater pollution by taking the following steps:
Stormwater Permit Requirements for Construction Activity
Planning and permitting requirements exist for construction activities. These requirements are intended to minimize storm water pollutants leaving construction sites. Perimeter controls (e.g. silt fence) Sediment traps Immediate vegetation Phased, minimized...
West Virginia Erosion and Sediment Control Best Management Practice Manual
The Construction Site Runoff Control Program of the Beckley Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit requires developers to follow storm water pollution prevention plans, erosion and sediment control plans or minimum structural controls depending on the size...
Pollution Prevention Practices for Construction Activity
Rain that falls onto construction sites is likely to carry away soil particles and other toxic chemicals on construction sites. If stormwater is not properly managed, it can carry these pollutants to our water-ways. Erosion control practices can serve as a first line...
Low Impact Development
Very informative video explaining the Best Management Practices for the management of Stormwater Runoff when developing a new or existing property.