Support Facility Post Construction Discharge Management

Stormwater runoff from ALDOT support facilities has the potential to carry pollutants into State waters if not properly treated.  Sources of pollutants may include vehicle wash waters and oil and fuel leaks and spills from equipment and containers.

If altered from pre construction conditions by ALDOT support facility construction, storm water runoff has the potential to exceed the natural capacity of a stream to resist erosion and thus negatively impact the stream and its inhabitants. The maintenance of pre construction runoff hydrology for new development and redevelopment is a requirement of ALDOT’s MS4 permit. Maintenance of this preconstruction hydrology at all new support facilities will limit the potential for offsite damages to streams and property.

 

Tasks:

  • Create, maintain, communicate and execute LID policies, quality control and internal reporting
  • Create, maintain and communicate operational policies
  • Bureau related policy execution, quality control, internal reporting
  • Region related policy execution, quality control, internal reporting
  • Central Office related policy execution, quality control, internal reporting
  • Compliance assurance

Tasks Resources: Applicable Bureau, Applicable Region, Assistance Chief Engineer,Design Bureau, Equipment Bureau and
                                Materials and Tests Bureau