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Best management practices for chemical treatment systems for construction stormwater and dewatering

Author: Richard Allen McLaughlin; Alex Zimmerman; United States. Federal Highway Administration. Western Federal Lands Highway Division. Technology Deployment Program.; North Carolina State University.
Publisher: Vancouver, WA : Federal Highway Administration, Western Federal Lands Highway Division, Technology Deployment Program, [2008]
Series: Technology deployment report, FHWA-WFL/TD-09-001.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : National government publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Chemical treatment systems (CTS) are implemented in areas where traditional, physical erosion and sediment control practices will not meet water quality goals for construction site runoff. The purpose of CTS is to reduce the amount of suspended sediment which would be released using conventional erosion control systems. The primary mechanism is the introduction of chemical flocculants into runoff, resulting in a  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Paper version.
McLaughlin, Richard Allen,
Best management practices for chemical treatment systems for construction stormwater and dewatering
1956-
22 p.
(OCoLC)302363035
Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Allen McLaughlin; Alex Zimmerman; United States. Federal Highway Administration. Western Federal Lands Highway Division. Technology Deployment Program.; North Carolina State University.
OCLC Number: 441488317
Notes: Title from title screen (viewed on Jan. 29, 2010).
"October 2008."
Description: 1 online resource (23 pages) : illustrations, map.
Series Title: Technology deployment report, FHWA-WFL/TD-09-001.
Responsibility: Richard A. McLaughlin and Alex Zimmerman.

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Chemical treatment systems (CTS) are implemented in areas where traditional, physical erosion and sediment control practices will not meet water quality goals for construction site runoff. The purpose of CTS is to reduce the amount of suspended sediment which would be released using conventional erosion control systems. The primary mechanism is the introduction of chemical flocculants into runoff, resulting in a binding of the suspended clays and silts together into larger particles which settle more quickly or can be filtered from the stormwater. Flow control through CTS is of vital importance for the proper dosing of stormwater runoff. All normal hydrologic analyses must be done to insure that reasonable peak flows are accounted for along with typical flows from designed storm events. Once analysis is adequately addressed, then the project can deal with the complexities of design and dose rate requirements. The overall objectives of this book are twofold. First, it is designed to provide a technically credible basis for best management practices for the use of CTS for turbidity reduction on road construction projects. Secondly, it is designed to identify the most important variables to address when selecting chemical treatment best management practices for a particular site.

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