Storm water runoff can be defined as the water that flows over the land from rainfall during or after a storm event or as a result of snowmelt. Generally, part of this runoff will be absorbed through infiltration, while the rest will make its way to streams and lakes. This runoff must be controlled. The Clean Water Act requires that Storm water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs) be prepared and implemented at construction sites and anywhere that industrial runoff occurs.
Three categories of control practices must be implemented:
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