The SWPPP also contains extensive details of how construction will go, best practices for ponds, sediment control, etc. etc. etc. There is also a negative declaration from the State, saying that the site does not contain historical artifacts or areas of architectural importance. There is also a map showing that the terrain is not home to endangered species or an area of biological importance (although there is no letter indicating that).
For an idea of how complex this document is, here a few of the several pages showing tables of contents of a few sections:
Here are component parts of the first several sections of the report:
Pages 1 to 22 Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Including the following sections: Table of Contents 1.0 PERMIT OVERVIEW AND REQUIREMENTS 1.1 PERMIT OVERVIEW 2.0 SWPPP REVIEW, UPDATE 2.1 SWPPP REVIEW 2.2 SWPPP UPDATE 3.0 SITE ASSESSMENT, EVALUATION AND PLANNING 3.1 PROJECT LOCATION 3.2 PRE-DEVELOPMENT CONDITIONS 3.3 PROJECT TYPE 3.4 PROJECT SCOPE 3.5 HISTORIC PRESERVATION DETERMINATION 3.6 RECEIVING WATERS 3.7 SOILS 4.0 EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL 4.1 EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PRACTICES 4.2 EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL DRAWINGS 4.3 CONSTRUCTION PHASING PLAN AND SEQUENCE OF OPERATIONS 4.4 EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PRACTICE MAINTENANCE 4.5 EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL INSPECTION 4.6 CONTRACTOR SEQUENCE FORM 5.0 POST CONSTRUCTION STORMWATER MANAGEMENT PRACTICES 5.1 STORMWATER MANAGEMENT CONTROLS 5.2 GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE PRACTICES/RUNOFF REDUCTION TECHNIQUES 5.3 POST CONSTRUCTION STORMWATER MANAGEMENT D RAWINGS 5.4 HYDRAULIC AND HYDROLOGIC ANALYSIS 5.5 COMPARISON OF PRE AND POST CONSTRUCTION STORMWATER RUNOFF 6.0 POST CONSTRUCTION STORMWATER MAINTENANCE 6.1 MAINTENANCE TO BE PERFORMED 7.0 CONSTRUCTION WASTE 8.0 OFFSITE VEHICLE TRACKING 9.0 TEMPORARY STABILIZATION FOR FROZEN CONDITIONS 10.0 SPILL PREVENTION PRACTICES ——- Pages 33 to 46 – Notice of Intent ——- Pages 49 to 63 Stormwater Management Report Including the following sections: 1.0 INTRODUCTION 2.0 PROJECT DESCRIPTION 2.1 SITE LOCATION 2.2 PROJECT DESCRIPTION 2.3 SOIL CONDITIONS/SOIL TESTING 2.4 CURVE NUMBERS AND RAINFALL DATA 3.0 EXISTING CONDITIONS 4.0 PROPOSED CONDITIONS 5.0 NYSDEC DESIGN CRITERIA 5.1 SITE P LANNING TO PRESERVE NATURAL F EATURES 5.2 WATER QUALITY VOLUME (WQV) 5.3 RUNOFF REDUCTION VOLUME (RRV) 5.4 CHANNEL PROTECTION VOLUME (CPV) 5.5 OVERBANK FLOOD (QP) AND EXTREME FLOOD (QF) ATTENUATION 6.0 PROPOSED STORMWATER FACILITIES 6.1 PRETREATMENT 6.2 TREATMENT 7.0 POST-CONSTRUCTION MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS 7.0 REFERENCES ——- Pages 65 to 99 Soil Report ——- For more parts of the report Here is a very large Google Drive share of a pdf (92MB) of all the pictures I took. There are pages and pages of hydrological flow calculations and much more. ——- The SWPPP also includes maps: W1 Pre Development Watershed Map W2 Pre Development Watershed Map SK1 Soil Inventory …and even an inventory of possible tree plantings:
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NOTE: I am not an engineer. Naming conventions, technical details and much else may be correct, incorrect, or wildly off-topic.