The 2008 MSGP specifies steps that facility operators must take to obtain permit coverage, including a Notice of Intent (NOI), installing storm-water control measures to minimize pollutants in storm-water runoff, and developing a storm-water pollution prevention plan (SWPPP).
What does P2P stand for?
P2P stands for Pollution Prevention Plan
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Each site must have a stormwater pollution prevention plan that sets guidelines and best management practices that the company will follow to prevent runoff from being contaminated by pollutants.
The information in this guide explains the basic principles of developing and maintaining an effective stormwater pollution prevention plan (SWPPP).
Stormwater pollution prevention plan The permit requires you to develop and use a stormwater pollution prevention plan (SWPPP).
As part of the program, each ESCO will provide an initial proposal for efficiency projects at DOE sites that include such components as reducing energy consumption by 30%, reducing water consumption by 16%, installing on-site renewable energy generation equipment and sustainable building components, a pollution prevention plan, and other requirements.
Through the eCAP program, August Mack developed and implemented a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP), which consists of monthly site visits and suggested best management practices.
Spain was ordered last January to write a shellfish-focused water pollution prevention plan involving sewage treatment for the polluted estuary, which is rich in mussels.