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Stormwater Control:
Implementing Construction Site BMPs in the Northern Rocky Mountains

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Best Management Practices (BMPs) are widely used for stormwater management on construction sites larger than one acre. Effective control of sediment at disturbed sites is often compromised by both the limited number of BMPs available to the contractor and limited installation experience. The goal of this program is to help contractors know when and how to implement, manage and maintain BMPs.


The program consists of two sections:

The Graphic Guide: An animated and interactive tutorial covering the basics and critical points of stormwater BMPs.

The Resource Library: A searchable stormwater manual and index of annotated case study photos with captions.

CEC Information
Completion of this program may qualify for professional education credit. However, your state certification officer is the final authority on this decision. Please check with your state certification officer before beginning this program to verify the requirements in your state.
Minimum Requirements
NOTE: This product was developed to run on Windows XP. It is reported to run on Windows Vista. However, it is not known if this product is Windows 7 compatible. We'd like to hear any Windows 7 reports you may have. Let us know!
  • 1 GHz Processor
  • 800x600 16-Bit Color display
  • 256 MB RAM
  • Macintosh:
  • G4 Processor
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