A Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) is a document that outlines the necessary activities and measures to prevent or reduce pollution from stormwater runoff. It typically includes information about construction methods, best management practices, materials used on-site, water quality testing, and other efforts to reduce the potential for pollutants to be discharged from a site. he plan is developed in accordance with Federal, state, and local requirements.
The responsible party (RP) for SWPPP is the person or entity that owns, leases, operates, or maintains a site where potential sources of pollution exist and prevents them from entering stormwater runoff. The RP may be the owner of a single site, a developer building multiple sites, a municipal government, or any other entity managing activities that influence water quality. It is important to note that the RP is responsible for implementing and maintaining the SWPPP even if they subcontract long-term stormwater management activities to other parties.
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