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Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Water 1993-1994, Quality Sampling Report.
Final contractor rept. 1 Mar 93-1 Mar 94.
ENGINEERING-SCIENCE INC ATLANTA GA
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According to the requirements of the State of Georgia General Permit, Robins Air Force Base RAFB is required to establish a storm water monitoring program that involves the annual collection of water samples at specified storm water outfalls and analysis of those samples for the presence of pollutants. The analytical data derived from the analyses provides information on the general quality of the storm water discharge coming from RAFB, identifies the types and concentrations of pollutants present in the discharge, indicates the potential risk of the storm water discharge. and helps in identifying potential sources of storm water pollution at RAFB. The information gathered during the storm water monitoring program assists RAFB in the following objectives ensuring that storm water discharges comply with all requirements specified in the Georgia General Permit ensuring that practices to control pollutants in storm water discharge at RAFB are evaluated and modified to meet changing conditions and measuring the effectiveness of Best Management Practices BMPs is removing pollutants in storm water discharges. This Water Quality Sampling Report details the storm water sampling effort conducted at RAFB in November and December 1993. The analytical results of this effort are provided and their significance in described. BA
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