Erosion Control Plans

The best management practices for controlling erosion and sedimentation within a construction site and its surrounding properties.

An erosion and sediment control plan is a strategy for specific sites that need to identify erosion risks and determine controls to be put in place in order to reduce the amount of erosion and sedimentation that can occur as a result of a project. The plan is designed to address any concerns regarding the negative impacts of erosion and sedimentation and what should be the appropriate actions to address these concerns and reduce the risks. The plan should include measures to prevent erosion, contain sediment, and control drainage.

To develop commercial, industrial, or residential sites, you need to prepare and get approval for a set of plans that cover grading, storm water management, utilities, access considerations, and erosion control. The requirements for these plans vary depending on the jurisdiction, but many aspects are standardized throughout Georgia.

Reasons for an Erosion Contorl Plan Set

  • Legal requirements – The state of Georgia has regulations in place that require an erosion and sediment control plan for certain types of projects.
  • Environmental protection – Erosion and sedimentation can have negative impacts on the environment, including water quality and wildlife habitats.
  • Public safety – Erosion and sedimentation can cause damage to property and infrastructure, as well as pose a risk to public safety.

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