The manual integrates water resource protection into development site planning in order to maintain or improve stream integrity. Early chapters discuss practices and strategies for protecting streams and wetlands, treating storm water pollutants, and establishing permanent runoff controls. The latter chapters include chapters regarding construction-phase practices, including standards and specifications for sediment control, temporary runoff control, soil stabilization and control of pollutants other than sediment. Appendices offer additional important information for design such as storm water design examples, soils, planning around streams, and use of and impacts to soils.
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