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SWPPP Monitoring Sampling and Analysis 2017-02-16T13:17:09+00:00

What should be considered for Sampling and Analysis?

Sampling and Analysis:

  • Identify QSE (Qualifying Storm Event) where a discharge occurs at least at one drainage and is preceded by 48 hours of no discharge from any drainage
  • sampling and analysis from 2 QSEs within the first half of the year and 2 QSEs within the second half of the year
  • Compliance Group Participants (new aspect in General Permit) only needs to conduct sampling and analysis from 1 QSE within the first half of the year and 1 QSE within the second half of the year
    • Compliance Group must assign a Compliance Group Leader
    • Compliance Group Leaders should be qualified as well or better than QISPs. The Compliance Group Leader must complete training program approved or sponsored by the CA State Water Board.
  • Each drainage area at all discharge locations
  • within four hours of initial discharge. if initial discharge occurred during non-operating hours, within four hours of opening of operating hours if Qualified Storm Event occurred within preceding 12 hours
  • parameters such as TSS, O&G, pH, or additional applicable parameters, TMDL related parameters, etc.
  • reporting via SMARTS within 30 days

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