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Storm Water Management Plan - SWMP
Storm water is rainfall or any surface runoff that is discharged through storm drain. Before storm water is discharged through the storm drain, it may pick up debris, dirt, chemicals, or other pollutants as it flows through impervious streets, parking lots, facility yards, or building rooftops. Unlike regular sewer drain systems, any possible storm water contaminants discharged through the storm drain system are untreated and ultimately enters local waterways, such as rivers, lakes, and bays.
The SWMP is designed to identify potential sources of environmental polluntants that would significantly alter stormwater dishcarge, and to provide Best Managment Practives(BMP) to reduce the dishcarge of pollutants into the storm drain system.
- Federal Environmental Protection Agency
- Phase II National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (Clean Water Act)