Tag: water quality monitor

Monitoring can be conducted at regular sites (“fixed stations”) on a continuous basis; at selected sites on an as-needed basis, to answer specific questions, or to characterize a watershed; on a temporary or seasonal basis (for example, during the summer at bathing beaches); at random sites throughout an area or state; or on an emergency basis (such as after a spill). Increasingly, monitoring efforts are aimed at determining the condition of entire watersheds — the area drained by rivers, lakes, and estuaries. This is because we have come to realize the impact of land-based activities on the waters that drain the land, and the interconnectedness of all types of waterbodies, including those beneath the ground.

Qualifying Rain Events, Sampling, &  the Construction Site Monitoring Plan

Qualifying Rain Events, Sampling, & the Construction Site Monitoring Plan

Are you knee deep in planning your SWPPP Construction Site Monitoring Plan (CSMP) to meet stormwater regulations…or about to be? Your success depends directly on your stormwater effluent sampling and monitoring plan (CSMP). So…are you covered?

Join speaker and author Mike Peters to explore how to design and implement a SWPPP

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