"Erosion and Sediment Control Plan - Parts I Through Iii" - Oregon

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State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
Erosion and Sediment Control Plan
Parts I through III
The information that is required in the Part I, and Part II ESCP Narrative Forms must be included on the required ESCP
Drawings. The Narrative Part III Section 1 form is a checklist for use in making sure that all of the required information is
provided in the submittal documents and as such does not need to be submitted to DEQ.
Narrative Part III Section 2 must be included on the ESCP Drawings. The set of Example Construction Plan Drawings
(examples to be used as an alternative to the Narrative Forms) are provided at:
https://www.oregon.gov/deq/wq/Documents/wqp1200cESCPtemp.pdf
PART 1: ESCP NARRATIVE FORM
1. Permit Registration Information
Date:
Project Name:
ESCP Prepared By:
Company Name:
Email Address:
Please answer the following questions as indicated. If needed, additional space is provided for you at the end of this form.
You may also attach any information you feel is pertinent to the project.
2. Oregon Professional Certification Information
Is your Erosion and Sediment Control Plan (ESCP) for an activity that covers 20 acres or more of disturbed land (Section
4.1)?
 Yes
 No
Does your Erosion and Sediment Control Plan require engineered facilities such as settling basins and/or diversion
structures (Sections 2.2.17 and 2.2.18)?
 Yes
 No
If you answered "Yes" to question #1, the ESCP must be prepared and stamped by an Oregon Registered Profession
Engineer, Oregon Registered Landscape Architect, Oregon Certified Engineering Geologist, or Certified Professional in
Erosion and Sediment Control (Soil and Water Conservation Society). If you answered "Yes" to question #2, the ESCP
must be prepared and stamped by an Oregon Registered Professional Engineer. Please provide the following information
and use the space provided to imprint your seal.
Name:
Address:
Telephone:
Imprint seal above
Rev. 12/15/20
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By: Blair Edwards
State of Oregon Department of Environmental Quality
Erosion and Sediment Control Plan
Parts I through III
The information that is required in the Part I, and Part II ESCP Narrative Forms must be included on the required ESCP
Drawings. The Narrative Part III Section 1 form is a checklist for use in making sure that all of the required information is
provided in the submittal documents and as such does not need to be submitted to DEQ.
Narrative Part III Section 2 must be included on the ESCP Drawings. The set of Example Construction Plan Drawings
(examples to be used as an alternative to the Narrative Forms) are provided at:
https://www.oregon.gov/deq/wq/Documents/wqp1200cESCPtemp.pdf
PART 1: ESCP NARRATIVE FORM
1. Permit Registration Information
Date:
Project Name:
ESCP Prepared By:
Company Name:
Email Address:
Please answer the following questions as indicated. If needed, additional space is provided for you at the end of this form.
You may also attach any information you feel is pertinent to the project.
2. Oregon Professional Certification Information
Is your Erosion and Sediment Control Plan (ESCP) for an activity that covers 20 acres or more of disturbed land (Section
4.1)?
 Yes
 No
Does your Erosion and Sediment Control Plan require engineered facilities such as settling basins and/or diversion
structures (Sections 2.2.17 and 2.2.18)?
 Yes
 No
If you answered "Yes" to question #1, the ESCP must be prepared and stamped by an Oregon Registered Profession
Engineer, Oregon Registered Landscape Architect, Oregon Certified Engineering Geologist, or Certified Professional in
Erosion and Sediment Control (Soil and Water Conservation Society). If you answered "Yes" to question #2, the ESCP
must be prepared and stamped by an Oregon Registered Professional Engineer. Please provide the following information
and use the space provided to imprint your seal.
Name:
Address:
Telephone:
Imprint seal above
Rev. 12/15/20
Page 1 of 9
By: Blair Edwards
3. Inspector Qualification Information
Provide the following information on the Visual Monitoring Inspector. This is a person that works for the applicant and not
a government employee. Upon designating an inspector(s), submit to DEQ or Agent their name(s), and contact
information. All designated Visual Monitoring Inspectors must be qualified through certification in erosion and sediment
control. (NPDES 1200-C Permit Section 6.1).
The inspector is a person with training and experience in erosion prevention and sediment controls and best management
practices. A copy of the certification must be provided to DEQ or Agent in the form below:
DEQ Approved Certification (Section 6.1.1-5):
a. Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC)
b. Certified Professional in Storm Water Quality (CPSWQ),
c. Certified Inspector of Sediment and Erosion Control (CISEC),
d. Washington Department of Ecology's Certified Erosion and
Sediment Control Lead (CESCL) Certification
e. Rogue Valley Sewer Services Erosion and Sediment Control
Certification
Certified Visual Monitoring Inspector
Name:
Telephone:
Address:
Email:
Certificate Program and number:
Expiration
Date:
4. Environmental Management Plan
Will contaminated soils, contaminated groundwater, or hazardous materials be or have the potential to be encountered
during construction activities?
Yes
No
Is an active treatment system (e.g. electro-coagulation, flocculants, filtration, polymers, hydrochloric or sulfuric acid) for
sediment, pH neutralization, or other pollutant removal planned or to be implemented at the project site?
Yes
No
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By: Blair Edwards
5. Narrative Site Description
a. Describe the nature of the construction activity and the final use of the site, that is, what will the site
be used for at the completion of the construction. (Section 4.4.e):
b. Describe the origin and nature of fill material to be used and soils prior to disturbance. (Section 4.4.e.ix):
6. Natural Buffer Zone Requirements for TMDL and 303(d) Listed Waterbodies (Section 2.2.4.c) (Skip if not
applicable).
If there is a potential for the direct discharge of stormwater to a portion of a waterbody that is listed for turbidity or
sedimentation or that has an established Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) for sedimentation or turbidity from the
construction site, then the buffer width listed below must be implemented. When the discharge enters an impaired
watershed unit, the listing will only be applied if there is a hydrologic connection between the receiving water and
assessment water body causing the impairment. The registrant must maintain established vegetated buffers that are
sized at 50 feet (horizontally) plus an additional 25 feet (horizontally) per five degrees of slope, or propose control
measures of equal effectiveness to DEQ or Agent for approval, and provide the rationale for choosing the selected
BMPs.
The 303(d) list can be found at: https://www.oregon.gov/deq/wq/Pages/epaApprovedIR.aspx. Search under Category 5
(303(d)) and Category 4a (TMDL approved).
The registrant will implement the following BMP(s) to control and treat sediment and turbidity:
i.
Established vegetated buffers sized at 50 feet perpendicular to the slope plus an additional 25 feet
perpendicular to the slope per 5 degrees of slope full width of the disturbed slope
ii.
Other substantially equivalent sediment or turbidity BMP only if approved by DEQ or Agent.
BMP
Rationale
7. Natural Buffer Zone (See Section 2.2.4 and Appendix B)
a. If a waters of the state is within the project site or within 50 feet of the project boundary, and a natural buffer
exists within 50 feet of the water of the state, the ESCP must delineate and protect this area with orange
fencing or flagging (or equivalent means-Section 2.2.1.b) and maintain existing buffer until completion of
project. All discharge must be filtered prior to entering the natural buffer to avoid sediment build up. If scour
is an issue, an energy dissipater may need to be installed.
Natural Buffer means, for the purposes of this permit, an area of undisturbed natural cover surrounding
surface waters within which construction activities are restricted. Natural cover includes the natural vegetation,
exposed rock, and barren ground that existed prior to commencement of earth-disturbing activities.
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b. If project will reduce natural buffer zone under 50 feet of waters of the state, the ESCP must include one
or more of the following BMPs to control and treat sediment and turbidity per the requirements of
Appendix B. List the BMP(s) to be implemented in the Natural Buffer Zone below:
BMP
Rationale
c. The Natural Buffer Zone requirements do not apply if (See Appendix B.1.2):
i.
No natural buffer exists due to preexisting development disturbances that occurred prior to the initiation
of planning for the current project; or
ii.
There is no discharge of stormwater to the water of the state through the area between the disturbed
portions of the site and the surface water located within the project site or within 50 feet of the site; or
iii.
Construction is for a water-dependent structure or water access areas (for example, pier, boat ramp, or
trail).
7. Are engineered soils to be used on site? (See Section 2.2.18)
No
Yes
Rev. 12/15/20
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By: Blair Edwards
PART II: BMPS WITH ESCP IMPLEMENTATION SCHEDULE FORM
The following controls and practices (BMPs), if appropriate for the site, are required in the ESCP. Submission of all ESCP revisions to DEQ are not required. ESCP revisions
must be submitted in 10 days for specific conditions. See 1200-C permit (Section 4.8).
Year:
BMPs
Month #:
Biobags
Bioswales
Check Dams
Compost Berm
Compost Blankets
Compost Socks
Concrete Truck Washout
Construction Entrance
Dewatering (treatment location, schematic, and sampling plan required)
Drainage Swales
Earth Dikes (Stabilized)
Energy Dissipaters
Erosion Control Blankets & Mats (Specify type)
Hydroseeding
Inlet Protection
Mulches (Specify Type)
Mycorrhizae/ Biofertilizers
Natural Buffer Zone
Orange fencing (protecting sensitive/preserved areas)
Outlet Protection
Permanent Seeding and Planting
Pipe Slope Drains
Plastic Sheeting
Preserve Existing Vegetation
Sediment Fencing
Sediment Barrier
Sediment Trap
Sodding
Soil Tackifiers
Storm Drain Inlet Protection
Straw Wattles (or other materials)
Temporary Diversion Dikes
Temporary or Permanent Sedimentation Basins
Temporary Seeding and Planting
Treatment System (O & M plan required)
Unpaved roads graveled or other BMP on the road
Vegetative Buffer Strips
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