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Title: New Jersey Municipal Stormwater Regulation Program


1
New Jersey Municipal Stormwater Regulation Program
  • Permit Changes

2
Documents
  • Revised SPPP-For Tier A Municipalities, HA, and
    PCs -Due June 1, 2009
  • Annual Report for 2009 for Tier A, PC and Highway
    Agencies due May 2nd.
  • Two categories
  • Existing permitees
  • New permitees

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

4

Design Checklist
Post Construction
  • Highway Agencies and Public Complexes are self
    complying for 78 (Stormwater Management Rules),
    for all projects that are considered major
    development.
  • New Storm Drain Inlet design (All)

5
Local Public Education Program (Tier A, Tier B,
and PC)
  • New Point System for Tier A B Municipalities
  • Shall conduct educational activities that total
    10 points
  • Listing of point values In Attachments

6
Improper Disposal of Waste Tier A Municipalities
  • Existing Improper Disposal of Wastes Ordinances-
    Pet Waste, Litter, Wildlife
    Feeding,Yard Waste (modified in new permit),
    Improper Waste Disposal and Illicit Connection
  • New Ordinances
  • Refuse Container/Dumpster
  • Fertilizer Management (Tier B included)-not all
    municipalities
  • Private Catch Basin Retrofitting

7
Improper Disposal of Waste Public Complexes
Highway Agencies
  • Existing Improper Disposal of Waste Regulatory
    Mechanisms/Programs - Pet
    Waste, Litter, Wildlife Feeding, Improper Waste
    Disposal, Litter P/U (Highway Agencys only),
    Vegetative Waste (PCs only)
  • New Regulatory Mechanism-
  • Refuse Container/Dumpster

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

9
Stormwater Facilities
  • 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.

10
Solids and Floatable Control (Tier A, PC and HA)
  • Street Sweeping (No Changes)
  • Storm Drain Inlet Retrofitting (No changes)
  • Stormwater Facility Maintenance (No Changes)
  • Catch Basin Cleaning (Modified)
  • Catch Basin Retrofitting (No changes)
  • Outfall Pipe Stream Scouring Remediation (No
    Changes)
  • Road Erosion Control is now an optional
    requirement.

11
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 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 (Tier A, PC and HA)
  • Deicing Material Storage-already built
  • SOPs -already in place.
  • Vehicle Wash Wastewater-No unpermitted discharge
    after Feb. 28th.

14
SUMMARY OF CHANGES Tier A Permit
  • New definitions
  • Local Public Education-10 point system
  • Yard Waste P/U-removed 7 day requirement
  • Refuse Container/Dumpster-Ordinance
  • Fertilizer Ordinance
  • Private Catch Basin Retrofitting Ordinance
  • Catch Basin Cleaning
  • Road Erosion Control-Is now an OM
  • Must now describe BMP implemented for
    vehicle/equip wash wastewater
  • SPPP revision due June 1, 2009
  • Employee training language clarified.

15
SUMMARY of CHANGES Highway Agency and Public
Complexes
  • New definitions
  • Refuse Container/Dumpster Minimum Standard
  • Catch Basin Cleaning-Modified
  • Road Erosion Control-Eliminated from permit
  • Must now describe BMP implemented for
    vehicle/equip wash wastewater
  • SPPP revision due June 1, 2009
  • Employee training language clarified.

16
SUMMARY of CHANGES Tier B Permit
  • New definitions
  • Local Public Education-10 point system
  • Fertilizer Ordinance-Not all municipalities
    affected

17
Department Assistance
  • Guidance documents
  • Email reminders and Enforcement alerts
  • Online resources - www.njstormwater.org

    www.cleanwaternj.org
  • www.state.nj.us/dep/dwq/bnpc_home.htm

18
Municipal Stormwater Regulation Program
  • Matthew Klewin-Senior Environmental Specialist
  • matt.klewin_at_dep.state.nj.us
  • http//www.state.nj.us/dep/dwq/bnpc_home.htm
  • www.njstormwater.org
  • www.cleanwaternj.org
  • 609-633-7021
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