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Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council (ITRC), Web-based document, 2018

Post construction best management practices (BMP) lifecycle processes are detailed in this guide, in addition to contracting, cost considerations, and installation factors (e.g., construction challenges, inspection checklists, quality control, and record drawings). Long-term technology- and performance-based operational strategies include aspects such as routine and non-routine maintenance. Data and information from existing publicly available BMP performance programs have been incorporated into an online BMP Screening Tool at https://stormwater-1.itrcweb.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/09/itrc_sw_bmp_tool.xlsm. Given site-specific pollutant treatment requirements and installation considerations, the tool can assist the user by identifying a list of BMPs that might be appropriate for a particular site. The tool also provides summarized information on the treatment efficiency, installation requirements, and maintenance issues associated with the identified BMPs, with links to sources of more detailed information. https://stormwater-1.itrcweb.org/

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