New Development / Redevelopment

Some common pollutants from the new development/redevelopment industry include:

Runoff (stormwater and non-stormwater) from the new development/redevelopment industry can be a major source of these pollutants, and once released, these harmful pollutants can be transported to our City and Orange County channels and the ocean.

HERE ARE TIPS FOR THE NEW DEVELOPMENT / REDEVELOPMENT INDUSTRY TO HELP KEEP OUR WATERWAYS CLEAN:

New Development Planning

Contain

Control

Train

Contain your work area by preventing water and potential pollutants from leaving your work site. Be aware of nearby storm drains to prevent any potential flow or discharge to the storm drain system.

 

Better manage your work area by organizing and containing equipment, tools, and supplies. Use dry cleaning methods first such as sweeping up debris with a broom, using a mop to clean hard surfaces, and using absorbent material to pick up hazardous spills.

 

Train employees on how to properly cleanup work sites. Always keep a spill kit with absorbent material in the work area.

 

 

Check out our Water Quality Management Plan Website for more information

Check out out applicable brochures below:

Water Quality Requirements for Land Development


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