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Any acceptable erosion control plan (ECP) shall include the following requirements:
(A) (1) A legible map identifying the area to be disturbed, slopes, and resources to be protected as well as the nearest downstream stormwater inlet, drainage ways, and neighboring property lines.
(2) The minimum size of the map for a site up to one acre is eight and one-half by 11 inches; for sites disturbing more than one acre and industrial sites the minimum map size will be 11 inches by 17 inches;
(B) The plan must be approved and BMP’s must be in place before grading may begin;
(C) Documentation verifying that the property owner has obtained a general permit for stormwater discharges associated with construction activities through the State DENR as required by SDAR 72:52:11 for land disturbing activity of one acre or more;
(D) Documentation verifying that the property owner has obtained a general permit for stormwater discharges associated with industrial activities through the State DENR as required by SDAR 72:52:01 through 72:52:11. The requirements for this permit are governed by the Standard Industrial Code (SIC). There are no size (area) requirements for this permit;
(E) All BMPs necessary to achieve soil stabilization on the site, of any disturbed areas including stockpiles of any soil, rock, or any additional landscaping materials on the site;
(F) A designated entry/exit point, an on-site concrete washout area, measures to protect the nearest downstream stormwater inlets or drainage way, and detailed measures to be taken to prevent mud tracking from vehicles and equipment into the street; and
(G) Inclusion of the date for final stabilization, as defined below, by the grading permit holder.