Most of good housekeeping implantation is a behavioral issue of change and assigning personal responsibility to everyone on the project. Management is key to successful delivery of good housekeeping as it relates to the storm water pollutant prevention plan and plan narrative. As most plans are silent on actual good housekeeping BMPs (more than just saying that the contractor will implement something), the author will go over example SWPPP good housekeeping plan narratives, describe responsible parties for implementation, show corrective action upgrades, and perform an inspection (class exercise). Common Good Housekeeping system of practice typically have no associated pay items, and therefore, no realistic engineers estimate and guide the work over the life of the contract. As a class, we will try to improve understanding of costs and cost containment (doing something once that actually works) to perform daily good housekeeping best practice.
This presentation will discuss the following NPDES permit for the following items: (1) Material management, (2) concrete and other liquid waste management, (3) construction and byproduct chemical management, (4) solid waste management, (5) refueling, spill prevention and controls, (6) prevention of fugitive dust generation, (7) equipment and material cleaning, (8) trackout controls, (9) aquatic and terrestrial invasive species prevention of spread, and (10) beneficial reuse/recycling of construction materials.