SAMPLE PLAN WRITE-UPS THAT CAN BE USED TO FILL IN FOR YOUR SITE SPECIFIC EROSION CONTROL PLAN DEVELOPMENT. USE THESE SAMPLES WHEN FILLING OUT YOUR EROSION CONTROL PLAN NARRATIVE.
I. SAMPLE OF AN OUTLINED CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE. THE TEMPORARY EROSION CONTROL MEASURES SHOULD BE INSTALLED PRIOR TO THE START OF CONSTRUCTION. THEY WILL BE IN PLACE, AND FUNCTIONAL, IF A STORM EVENT OCCURS.
1) Install silt fence and/or hay bales as shown on plan map.
2) Install driveway with stabilized stone construction entrance as shown on plan map.
3) Start home construction and septic system construction.
4) Final grade disturbed areas.
5) Stabilize all disturbed areas as indicated.
6) Remove temporary erosion and sedimentation controls (silt fence, hay bales, etc.) after grass stabilization is established. A minimum of 70% stabilization must be achieved before the temporary erosion controls could be removed.
II. TEMPORARY CONTROLS (REFER TO TEMPORARY CONTROLS SAMPLE PLAN WRITE-UP FOR ILLUSTRATING THE TEMPORARY CONTROLS THAT YOU ARE PROPOSING FOR YOUR PROJECT)
-- Silt fence and/or hay bales will be installed as shown on the plan map.
-- A stabilized stone construction entrance will be installed as shown on the plan map where driveway and construction traffic will enter the site.
-- No disturbance is proposed in existing wooded/grassed section below the earth disturbance activity. The existing vegetation will act as a buffer strip to trap sediment. A minimum of 75 feet of existing vegetation will be left undisturbed in this area.
-- Temporary rock filters will be installed as shown on plan map. These rock filters will be used in areas of concentrated flows to trap sediment.
-- A temporary seeding of spring oats, or winter rye, or winter wheat will be applied to all final graded areas. This will be applied because the permanent seeding will not take place immediately following final grading operations.
-- A grass/wooded buffer strip will be used as indicated on plan map
III. PERMANENT CONTROLS -- SAMPLE PLAN WRITE-UP FOR ILLUSTRATING THE PERMANENT EROSION CONTROLS THAT WILL BE USED FOR THIS PROJECT.
-- All disturbed areas will be limed, fertilized, seeded and then mulched.
-- Driveway will be stabilized with shale/stone.
-- Stone will be placed in the road swales to prevent erosion from occurring.
-- Water-bars will be placed on the road following installation procedures outlined in this narrative. These structures will divert runoff from the road that will prevent erosion.
REINFORCED FILTER FABRIC FENCE
Filter fabric fence must be installed at level grade. Both ends of each fence section must be extended at least 8 feet upslope at 45 degrees to the main fence alignment.
Sediment must be removed where accumulations reach 1/2 the above ground height of the fence.
Any fence section which has been undetermined or topped must be immediately replaced with a rock filter outlet. See rock Filter Outlet Detail.