be taken to assure compliance. Such actions taken should be documented by letter to the Contractor. and becomes a part of the of SWPPP compliance documentation.
The weekly inspections and reports are required until final stabilization is established, after which point only monthly reports are required. Inspection and reports may cease when the Notice of Termination is submitted by the District Engineer.
The SiteManager Daily Work Report (DWR) contains a special remark
type titled “Erosion and Sediment Control”. This allows work, comments, directions, etc.
regarding Erosion Control to be notated. Inspectors must show:
Instructions given to contractors regarding erosion and sediment control work, When SWPPP Inspections are performed and copies given to the Prime Contractor, Maintenance work related to erosion control devices performed by a contractor, Any other noteworthy events regarding erosion and sediment control.
It is not necessary to include a separate statement in this field regarding pay items performed if it is shown under the specific DWR Work items for that date.
A summary of the remarks made in this field is available for review by the RE, ADEQ Inspectors, or others through the SiteManager Access Reports System (SARS). This system may be utilized when ADEQ personnel or other parties ask to review project records relating to the SWPPP.
(d) Notice of Termination (NOT). Once a project has been permanently and finally stabilized in accordance with the NPDES Permit, a Notice of Termination (NOT) must be submitted by the District Engineer to the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality. This may be well in advance of a Project’s acceptance but must be no later than immediately after the Final Inspection Report has been sent to the Construction Office. This will provide orderly termination of that permit and will prevent unnecessary Permit fees paid by the Department to the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ, formerly ADPC & E). While the District Engineer is ultimately responsible for this, the Resident Engineer should make sure that the NOT has been submitted prior to the submission of the Final Estimate on a Project. The latest Notice of Termination form may be found on the LAN (\\CSD4\construc\ misc\npdes\notform.doc).
substantial completion of the project, but before the final inspection is conducted, the Resident Engineer must receive clearance from the Environmental Division as required by Section 105.09 of this Manual to determine if all work in the Section 404 permitted areas has been completed in accordance with the plans and approved Change Orders.
The Environmental Division must be firstname.lastname@example.org, or
contacted, preferably by e-mail at by telephone at 569-2281, for final Engineer signs the Final Construction
Inspection Report. Information to be submitted is the project highway number (road name) and general description of work.
number, project name, Once this clearance is
received, the Resident Construction Inspection
Engineer may sign Report and forward a
the certification contained in the copy to the Environmental Division.