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Post-Construction BMP Design for MS4s

 



“Polluted stormwater runoff is commonly transported through Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s), from which it is often discharged untreated into local waterbodies. To prevent harmful pollutants from being washed or dumped into an MS4, operators must obtain a NPDES permit and develop a stormwater management program.” –EPA Website

Are you involved in submitting to permit your local MS4? If so, you know that there are several steps involved in this permitting process. One of the steps is submitting BMPs for Post Construction designs. This webinar describes the steps involved in the BMP design process and demonstrate how XPDRAINAGE, XP Solution's sustainable drainage design software, can help make your BMP design process faster and more effective.

CLICK HERE to download the PowerPoint used in the presentation.
*graphic on slides 13/14 courtesy of the San Antonio River Authority, San Antonio River Basin Low Impact Development Design Guidance Manual, www.sara-tx.org

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