The next meeting of the Stormwater System Work Group is schedulred for 1:00 PM March 26, 2018, H-GAC Conference Room A. For more information or to be added to the e-mail list, please contact Steven Johnston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The I-Plan includes Implementation Strategy 4.0: Stormwater and Land Development relating to wastewater treatment facilities. The strategy includes six implementation activities:
More information about the status of the I-Plan, including a link to the full document, can be found on the BIG page.
Houston-Galveston Area Council
2nd Floor Conference Room A, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
3555 Timmons Lane, Houston, TX 77027
H-GAC Conference Room A
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
H-GAC Conference Room A 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Meeting in Preparation of the 2015 Annual BIG Meeting
H-GAC Conference Room B 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Meeting in Preparation of the 2014 Annual BIG Meeting
Meeting in Preparation of the 2013 Annual BIG Meeting.
Meeting in conjunction with the Construction & Land Development Workgroup
This is an excerpt from the I-Plan approved by the BIG on May 22, 2012. It does include subsequent changes.
Meeting in conjunction with the Construction & Land Development Workgroup.
Draft recommended to BIG for inclusion.
Provided by TCEQ
EPA's handbook for TMDL practitioners and permit writers on current methods being used to develop more detailed stormwater-source TMDL allocations, TMDL implementation plans including best management practices, and methods for translating TMDL allocations into NPDES stormwater permit requirements.
EPA's Stormwater Resources web section. With the expansion of NDPES Stormwater regulations to smaller municipalities and smaller construction activities, there has been increasing demand for more detailed quantification of stormwater allocations in TMDLs that are more useful for implementation in NDPES permits.
American Rivers and Midwest Environmental Advocates, September 2008. A report to help you protect clean water and healthy streams in your community.
EPA NPSInfo Discussion, February 2009, Pilot study on a grease "multiceptor"
By Jane Clary, Jonathan Jones, Ben Urbonas, Marcus Quigley, Eric Strecker, and Todd Wagner, May/June 2008, Stormwater Magazine, Santa Barbara, CA. This paper provides a brief background regarding bacteria in urban runoff, summarizes the bacteria data available in the BMP Database, provides analysis results and suggests how these findings may affect the selection and design of BMPs to assist in meeting TMDL goals. The underlying data set used in this analysis can be downloaded from the BMP Database website.
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