The ECIP shall include, at a
minimum, the following items to complement the project's erosion control plan:
1. The name, address, telephone number, and
principal contact of the contractor responsible for installation and
maintenance of best management practices at the project sites.
2. A description of the intended timetable
and sequence of major land disturbing activities.
2m. Staging construction and maintenance to
limit disturbed areas subject to erosion.
3. A description of best management practices
and a schedule for implementing them at the project sites.
4. A description of any additions,
amendments, deletions or modifications to the erosion control plan or to any of
the contract documents that pertain to erosion control and storm water
management for the project sites.
The ECIP shall also include, at a
minimum, a narrative and pictorial description of each of the selected sites,
if any, the total area of each selected site and the area of each selected site
that is expected to undergo excavation, and attendant best management practices
for the selected sites. If the combined area of the project site and all
selected sites on which land disturbing activity is likely to occur is 5 or
more acres, as determined by the department, the prime contractor shall include
in the ECIP the following items for each of the selected sites:
1. If known, the name and mailing address of
the selected site.
2. The quarter,
quarter-quarter, section, township, range, and the county in which the selected
site is located.
3. The name,
address, telephone number, and principal contact of the contractor or other
person responsible for installation and maintenance of best management
practices at the selected site.
A narrative description of the site and the nature of the activities to be
performed at the selected site.
A description of the intended sequence of major land disturbing
6. An estimate of the
total area of the selected site that is expected to be disturbed by
Estimates, including calculations, if any, of the runoff coefficient of the
selected site before and after completion of construction activities.
Wherever permanent infiltration devices
will be employed, the depth to groundwater, as determined by the department
, and any existing data
describing the surface soil and subsoil at the selected site.
10. The name of the immediate receiving
waters, if any, from the United States geological survey 7.5 minute series
topographic maps or other appropriate source.
A site map that includes the following
a. Existing topography and drainage
patterns, roads and surface waters.
b. Boundaries of the site.
c. Drainage patterns and approximate slopes
anticipated after major grading activities.
d. Areas of soil disturbance.
e. Location of major structural and
non-structural best management practices identified in the plan.
f. Location of areas where stabilization will
g. Areas that will be
vegetated following construction or maintenance activities.
h. Wetlands, area and extent of wetland
acreage on the site and locations where storm water is discharged to a surface
water or wetland.
description of appropriate best management practices that will be employed at
the selected site to prevent sediments and pollutants from reaching waters of
the state. The plan shall clearly describe the appropriate best management
practices for each major activity identified and the timing during the
construction process that the measures will be implemented. The description of
best management practices shall include, when appropriate, the following
a. Description of
permanent or temporary best management practices, including a schedule for
implementing them. Site plans shall ensure the preservation of existing
vegetation wherever practicable and the stabilization of disturbed portions of
the selected site.
of structural practices to divert runoff away from exposed soils, to store
flows or to otherwise limit runoff and the discharge of pollutants from the
selected site. Unless specifically approved in writing by the department,
structural measures shall be installed on upland soils.
c. Management of overland flow at the
d. Trapping of
sediment in channelized flow.
Staging construction to limit bare areas subject to erosion.
f. Protection of downslope drainage inlets
where they occur.
of tracking at the site.
up of off-site sediment deposits.
i. Proper disposal of building and waste
material at the site.
Stabilization of drainage ways.
Installation of permanent stabilization practices as soon as possible after
l. Minimization of
dust to the maximum extent practicable.
13. An estimate of the starting and
completion dates of construction activity.
14. A description of the procedures to
maintain, in good and effective operating condition, vegetation, best
management practices and other protective measures.