MDOT Illicit Discharge Elimination Program .

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Today\'s Goals . To Understand:Which releases are illegal (and which are not)Where and when unlawful releases may be encounteredHow to handle a reported unlawful release Who is in charge of different tasksHow to utilize the Reporting DatabaseAnnual reporting responsibilitiesStaff preparing. . .
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MDOT Illicit Discharge Elimination Program "Together . . .Better Roads, Cleaner Streams" Our Cleaner Streams Mascot

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Today\'s Goals To Understand: Which releases are unlawful (and which are not) Where and when illegal releases might be experienced How to deal with a revealed unlawful release Who is in charge of different errands How to utilize the Reporting Database Annual detailing obligations Staff preparing

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Agenda MDOT Phase II Storm Water Program Overview Illicit Discharge Reporting Training Module IDEP Screening Update Summary

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Is water from a Commercial Car Wash office an illegal release? A. Yes, Always B. Sometimes, just when polluted C. No, never

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Which one of the accompanying best speaks to a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System? A. A connect scupper deplete B. A private sump pump drain C. A septic framework con artist pipe

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Is MDOT required to lead an IDEP program? YES NO

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What are the best possible activities of warning of an illegal release? A. Do nothing, another person will take care of it B. Send an email to "Spot the Drop" C. Notify the MDEQ, the MDOT storm water facilitator, and other legitimate authority

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Which one of these is viewed as a permittable "point source release" (tap on the right photograph)

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Agenda MDOT Phase II Storm Water Program Overview Illicit Discharge Reporting Training Module IDEP Screening Update Summary

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MDOT Phase II Permit Effective April 1, 2004 – April 1, 2009 Provides Statewide Coverage Authorizes Storm Water Discharges from MDOT Facilities Six Minimum Measures Storm Water Management Plan (SWMP) Annual Reporting

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Project Approach Program Components Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping Post Construction

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MDOT Activities for IDEP Component Illicit Discharge Elimination Program Dry Weather Outfall Screening Mapping Outfall Labeling Education and Training Activities Illicit Discharge Reporting Program Follow-up on Illicit Discharges Legal Authority

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What is IDEP ? I = Illicit – Wrong, unlawful, needs redress D = Discharge – Someone may swim in it E = Elimination – Let\'s dispose of it P = Plan/Program/Project – Solutions

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Definition – Illicit Discharge Illicit Discharge: "The release of contaminations or non-storm water materials to tempest water waste frameworks through overland stream, or direct dumping of materials into a catch bowl."

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Definition – Illicit Connection Physical association with the seepage framework that: Primarily passes on illegal releases into the seepage framework and additionally Is not approved or allowed by MDOT (where MDOT requires such approval or allow) Source: MDEQ Permit No. MI0057364

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Definition - Point Source Discharge (PSD) "An outfall from a waste framework to waters of the state, or a point where a tempest water seepage framework releases into a framework worked by another open body."

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Includes: The Great Lakes and their associating waters All inland lakes Rivers Streams Impoundments Open channels Other surface waterways inside the bounds of the state What are Waters of the State? Does Not Include: Drainage Ways and lakes utilized exclusively for wastewater transport, treatment, or control

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Rising groundwaters Uncontaminated groundwater invasion (40 CFR 35.2005(20)) Pumped groundwaters (with the exception of groundwater cleanups not particularly approved by NPDES grants) Acceptable Non-Storm Water Discharges Source MDEQ Permit No. MI0057364

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proceeded with Acceptable Non-Storm Water Discharges Diverted stream streams Flows from riparian living spaces and wetlands Springs Emergency putting out fires exercises (unless distinguished as huge wellsprings of toxins) Source MDEQ Permit No. MI0057364

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proceeded with Acceptable Non-Storm Water Discharges Foundation channels Water from creep space pumps Footing channels and cellar sump pumps Air molding condensates Water line flushing Source MDEQ Permit No. MI0057364

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proceeded with Acceptable Non-Storm Water Discharges Landscape water system spillover Irrigation waters Lawn watering overflow Residual road wash waters Source MDEQ Permit No. MI0057364

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proceeded with Acceptable Non-Storm Water Discharges from consumable water sources Waters from non-business auto washing Residential swimming pool waters and other allowed, dechlorinated swimming pool waters without untreated channel discharge Source MDEQ Permit No. MI0057364

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Agenda MDOT Phase II Storm Water Program Overview Illicit Discharge Reporting Training Module IDEP Screening Update Summary

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MDOT Staff who find illegal releases Maintenance Construction Survey Tasks related with finding unlawful releases Ditch wipe out Mowing Pesticide Survey Construction Accidental IDEP Discoveries

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Legal Authority to Remove Permit Requirements MDOT should have lawful expert statewide to forbid releases into seepage framework Current Authority Section 9.13 Construction Permit Manual Methodology Notice and Order to Remove Encroachment Multiple notification of infringement Stay Tuned – Judy will examine after lunch

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Illicit Discharge Tracking Procedure Illicit Discharge Suspected Record Information Is it a crisis? Call 911 or PEAS hotline: 1-800-292-4706 Notify Supervisor or Region IDEP Coordinator No Yes STOP No Further Action Necessary Preliminary Verification Notify Supervisor or Region IDEP Coordinator No Problem Suspected Discussion MDOT and Tetra Tech; Notify MDEQ, Local Authority, and MDOT Storm Water Program Manager MDOT Tetra Tech Legend Responsible Parties = Initial Reporter = IDEP Region Coordinator (Continued on next page)

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Illicit Connection Removal Process (Continued from Previous page) Tetra Tech MDOT Field Investigation to Identify Source STOP No Further Action Necessary Notify MDEQ No Problem Found Illicit Discharge Confirmed Off ROW? Yes No Stay Tuned – Judy will talk about after lunch Refer to Local Authority or continue with letter warning succession as appropriate* MDOT will remedy issue Legend Responsible Parties = IDEP Region Coordinator * Refer to Figure 3-1 in MDOT\'s Storm Water Management Plan for letter grouping Confirm that issue was evacuated

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MDEQ Notification Requirements Emergency Discharge: Discharge that stances up and coming peril to wellbeing or condition Tanker mishaps, pipeline breaks, and arrivals of dangerous substances, oil, salt, or other dirtying materials (characterized by the Critical Materials Register) under state law. Verbal Notification to MDEQ inside 24 hours Make each endeavor to advise a live individual at the relevant MDEQ District Office including squeezing "0" for the MDEQ administrator After Hours Call PEAS: 1-800-292-4706 Part I Section C.2.a

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proceeded with MDEQ Notification Requirements Non-Emergency Discharge: Discharge that does not posture inescapable risk to wellbeing or condition Verbal or Written documentation to MDEQ inside 5 days of getting to be distinctly mindful of any reason or occurrence of resistance. Part I Section C.2.c All notice must incorporate (if known): Name of controlled discharger Location of release and outfall Nature of poisons Clean-up and recuperation measures arranged

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If untreated or in part treated sewage is released from waste framework... Untreated Sewage Discharge Notification Notify with 24 hours after release starts: MDEQ Local Health Dept. At least one day by day daily papers of general flow Compliance with Section 324.3112a of Michigan Act Part I Section C.2.d

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administrator Complaint Tracking Database Discharge following segment Microsoft Access Database Housed on server at each MDOT Region Office Mandatory utilization of Reporting Database

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Login Screen Administrators, Region IDEP Coordinators: To login surprisingly, utilize the accompanying organization for your client name and secret word. Client Name: first.last Password: first.last Example: Judy Ruszkowski User Name: judy.ruszkowski Password: judy.ruszkowski Then, go to User Management to make a particular record for you. You may do this same strategy to make a record for all clients. Clients: To login interestingly, utilize the login client name and secret key doled out to you from an Administrator, (Region IDEP Coordinator). Just the Administrator can change your secret word.

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New Complaint : If you are entering data interestingly about another revealed unlawful release or association, utilize New Complaint . Existing Complaint : If you are referencing or altering a current protestation, utilize Existing Complaint . Report : If you are making a report of existing illegal release issues in your area, Report will permit you to modify the data incorporated into the report. Logout : Use logout to leave the database. Client Management : To make another client account, or to deal with the capacities every client can perform, User Management will permit you to include and alter client accounts. Just a head will see this catch. Executive Only

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Initial Complaint This page is the place you will enter the data got around an illegal release through phone or field staff detailing. A paper frame exists to round out when not signed into the database. The segments with a *asterisk are required fields. The data went into the top part of the screen will be consequently replicated into resulting screens identified with this protest. When you select a Region, just the Counties contained in that locale will be recorded in the draw down menu. Once a County is chosen, just the Control Section Numbers

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