Stormwater Discharge Monitoring Prerequisites
|Stormwater Discharge Location||List of Stormwater Discharge Locations.|
|Stormwater Nature of Discharge||List of Stormwater Discharge Types.|
|Stormwater Parameter Benchmark||List of Stormwater Parameters.|
|Stormwater Benchmark Source||List of Stormwater Benchmarks sources.|
Stormwater Nature of Discharge
This List defines where the stormwater originates from. The list is pre-loaded with two options:
Stormwater Benchmark Source
This List captures any regulatory agencies which define the benchmarks to compare your results to. For example - "EPA", your regulatory state agency like "TCEQ", but it can also be an "Internal" source.
Stormwater Parameter Benchmark
This List captures parameters (or pollutants) for which your samples are analyzed (e.g., Total Suspended Solids, Oil and grease, pH, heavy metals) along with the benchmarks they will be measured against.
NOTE: If pH is one of the parameters that you need to test for as part of your Stormwater Monitoring process, you will need to create two separate items in the parameter benchmark list - one for "acidic" and one for "basic" pH.
Stormwater Discharge Location
This List includes locations where stormwater exits the facility property. This includes any pipes, ditches, and other structures that transport stormwater. Each discharge location will be:
- Assigned a parent Business Entity
- Assigned default benchmarks for parameters typically tested at a specific location (optional)