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1 New Jersey Municipal Stormwater Regulation Program Permit Changes

2 wRevised SPPP-For Tier A Municipalities, HA, and PCs -Due June 1, 2009 wAnnual Report for 2009 for Tier A, PC and Highway Agencies due May 2 nd. wTwo categories: wExisting permitees wNew permitees Documents

3 wRSIS (Tier A& B) wMunicipal Stormwater Management Plan (SMP) and Municipal Stormwater Control Ordinance (SCO) Should have been adopted wNew Storm Drain Inlet design (All) wOrdinance for Retrofitting of Stormdrain Inlets on Private Property-Tier A Post Construction

4 Design Checklist wHighway Agencies and Public Complexes are self complying for 7:8 (Stormwater Management Rules), for all projects that are considered major development. wNew Storm Drain Inlet design (All) Post Construction Highway Agency Stormwater General Permit Post-Construction Program Design Checklist for Individual Projects For each question, attach additional sheets as necessary Highway Agency: NJPDES # : NJG PI ID #: Team Member: Date: Effective Date of Permit Authorization (EDPA): 1. Location of Project 2. Description (type of project) a. New alignment, widening, bridge replacement, intersection improvement, or other (describe): b. Area of proposed disturbance: acres (include disturbance for easements, on/off ramps, etc. that are part of the project) c. Area of proposed additional impervious surface: acres (include proposed additional impervious surface for easements, on/off ramps, etc. that are part of the project) d. Discharges to (identify surface water body(ies)):

5 Local Public Education Program (Tier A, Tier B, and PC) wNew Point System for Tier A & B Municipalities wShall conduct educational activities that total 10 points wListing of point values In Attachments

6 wExisting Improper Disposal of Wastes Ordinances- Pet Waste, Litter, Wildlife Feeding,Yard Waste (modified in new permit), Improper Waste Disposal and Illicit Connection wNew Ordinances : wRefuse Container/Dumpster wFertilizer Management (Tier B included)- not all municipalities wPrivate Catch Basin Retrofitting Improper Disposal of Waste Improper Disposal of Waste Tier A Municipalities

7 wExisting Improper Disposal of Waste Regulatory Mechanisms/Programs - Pet Waste, Litter, Wildlife Feeding, Improper Waste Disposal, Litter P/U (Highway Agency’s only), Vegetative Waste (PCs only) wNew Regulatory Mechanism- Refuse Container/Dumpster Improper Disposal of Waste Improper Disposal of Waste Public Complexes & Highway Agencies

8 Existing Tier A Municipalities, Highway Agencies, & Public Complexes must maintain an ongoing program to and eliminate illicit connections to their small MS4s. Illicit Connection Elimination & MS4 Outfall Pipe Mapping Illicit Connection Elimination & MS4 Outfall Pipe Mapping

9 Tier A, Public Complexes and Highway Agencies must maintain all stormwater facilities so they perform as originally designed. Stormwater facilities include basins (retention, detention, infiltration), swales, pipes, wet ponds, etc. Stormwater Facilities Stormwater Facilities

10 Solids and Floatable Control Solids and Floatable Control (Tier A, PC and HA) wStreet Sweeping (No Changes) wStorm Drain Inlet Retrofitting (No changes) wStormwater Facility Maintenance (No Changes) wCatch Basin Cleaning (Modified) wCatch Basin Retrofitting (No changes) wOutfall Pipe Stream Scouring Remediation (No Changes) wRoad Erosion Control is now an optional requirement.

11 Catch Basin Cleaning Catch Basin Cleaning Tier A Municipalities & Public Complexes If the Tier A Municipality or Public Complex owns and operates less than 5,000 catch basins they shall inspect and clean at least 1,000 catch basins per year, or as many catch basins as they own and operate If the Tier A Municipality or Public Complex owns and operates more than 5,000 catch basins, all of them must be inspected and cleaned by February 28, 2014.

12 Catch Basin Cleaning Catch Basin Cleaning Highway Agencies Highway Agencies-If the Highway Agency owns less than 10,000 catch basins they shall inspect and clean at least 2,000 catch basins per year, or as many catch basins they own and operate If the Highway Agency owns and operates more than 10,000, all catch basins must be inspected and cleaned by February 28, 2014.

13 Maintenance Yard Operations Maintenance Yard Operations (Tier A, PC and HA) wDeicing Material Storage- already built –SOPs -already in place. wVehicle Wash Wastewater-No unpermitted discharge after Feb. 28 th.

14 wNew definitions wLocal Public Education-10 point system wYard Waste P/U-removed 7 day requirement wRefuse Container/Dumpster-Ordinance wFertilizer Ordinance wPrivate Catch Basin Retrofitting Ordinance wCatch Basin Cleaning wRoad Erosion Control-Is now an OM wMust now describe BMP implemented for vehicle/equip wash wastewater wSPPP revision due June 1, 2009 wEmployee training language clarified. SUMMARY OF CHANGES Tier A Permit

15 wNew definitions wRefuse Container/Dumpster Minimum Standard wCatch Basin Cleaning-Modified wRoad Erosion Control- Eliminated from permit wMust now describe BMP implemented for vehicle/equip wash wastewater wSPPP revision due June 1, 2009 wEmployee training language clarified. SUMMARY of CHANGES Highway Agency and Public Complexes

16 wNew definitions wLocal Public Education-10 point system wFertilizer Ordinance-Not all municipalities affected SUMMARY of CHANGES Tier B Permit

17 Department Assistance wGuidance documents w reminders and Enforcement alerts wOnline resources -

18 Municipal Stormwater Regulation Program Matthew Klewin-Senior Environmental Specialist


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