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Skagit Regional Airport & Bayview Business Park
Stormwater Management System





OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE PLAN





Prepared by:
The Port of Skagit

15400 Airport Drive
Burlington, WA 98233

(360) 757-0011







March 2010

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
I. PURPOSE…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..1

II. COVERAGE AREA…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………...1

III. APPLICABLE OPERATIONS………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………....1

IV. OPERATION & MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES………………………………………………………………………………..…..2



TABLES

Table 1. Summary of Standard Operating Procedures for Port Operations & Maintenance



APPENDICIES

Appendix A. Stormwater Management System Inspection and Maintenance Logs – Spring & Fall

Appendix B. Standard Operating Procedures for Port Operations & Maintenance

Appendix C. Emergency Spill Response Plan

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Sanding
1. Use only clean sand for winter road maintenance.

2. Do not use salt or chemical deicer on Port roads or parking lots.

3. Use the lowest application rate that will be effective.

4. Sweep roads and parking lots after winter sanding operations.

Sand Loading and Storage

1. Stockpiled sand should be stored under cover or covered with a tarp.

2. When loading sand, care should be taken not to overload the truck.

3. Loading areas and yards should be swept frequently to prevent sand build up and runoff.

Salt/Deicer Application

1. Hand apply salt and/or chemical deicers only on sidewalks where required for pedestrian
safety.

2. Use the lowest amount of product that will be effective.

3. Do not apply salt and/or chemical deicers near storm drains.

Hazardous Waste Disposal

1. Hazardous wastes should be labeled as such and may include cleaning products, paints,
fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides, oil, fuels, acids, poisons, antifreeze, brake fluid, and
solvents.

2. These materials may not be disposed of on Port property.

3. Hazardous wastes must be disposed of at the Skagit County Transfer Station as a part of
the Small Quantity Generator Program (SQG) for businesses. Wastes from SQGs are
accepted on the third Wednesday of every month from 8:30a.m. to 3:30p.m. at the
Household Hazardous Waste Station. Call (360) 424-9532 with questions.

4. All chemicals brought to the Skagit County SQG Program for disposal must be clearly
labeled with the chemical identification and must be contained in leak proof, secure
containers.

5. The maximum amount of hazardous waste that a SQG can dispose of is 220 lbs
(approximately 25 gallons) per month.

6. For removal of hazardous wastes that the Port cannot safely transport (greater than 5
gallon containers), call ORCCO Oil Re-Refining Company at (800) 367-8894 or Emerald
Services at (888) 832-3008.


Related Procedures

1. SOP: General Good Housekeeping for Outdoor Operations & Maintenance

2. SOP: Stormwater System Maintenance

3. SOP: Vehicle Maintenance & Fueling

4. SOP: Materials Storage

5. SOP: Incidental Spill Response

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STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOPs)

VEHICLE MAINTENANCE & FUELING
Purpose of SOP: To prevent the discharge of pollutants to stormwater in the

course of Port vehicle and equipment maintenance, good house
keeping & waste disposal, vehicle washing, vehicle fueling, and fuel
spill cleanup.

Location of SOP: A hard copy of this SOP shall be kept at both the Skagit Regional
Airport and La Conner Marina Maintenance Shops. A hard copy
and electronic copy shall be kept in the office of the Manager of
Planning & Environmental Services.

Last Update: March 24, 2010
Administrator of SOP: Manager of Planning & Environmental Services


Prerequisites
1. Employees should attend training on Municipal Stormwater Pollution Prevention.

2. Employees should read the procedures contained in this SOP and any related SOPs listed
under Related Procedures at the end of the SOP.


Equipment and Materials Required

1. Weather proof containers
2. Polly or plastic pallets
3. Drum covers
4. Tarps
5. Spill kit and equipment for dry cleanup (socks, absorbent pads, kitty litter, broom, and

dustpan)
6. Drip pan
7. Parts washer


Standard Operating Procedures

Vehicle & Equipment Maintenance

1. Conduct all maintenance and repair work inside or under cover.

2. Only emergency maintenance or maintenance that does not involve fluids may be
performed outside.

3. Move leaking vehicles or equipment indoors or under cover.

4. Use drip pans for leaking vehicles that need to be stored outside.

5. Contain leaking fluids and tag the vehicle to alert drivers that vehicle is non-operational.

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Hazardous Waste Disposal

1. Hazardous wastes should be labeled as such and may include cleaning products, paints,
fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides, oil, fuels, acids, poisons, antifreeze, brake fluid, and
solvents.

2. These materials may not be disposed of on Port property.

3. Hazardous wastes must be disposed of at the Skagit County Transfer Station as a part of
the Small Quantity Generator Program (SQG) for businesses. Wastes from SQGs are
accepted on the third Wednesday of every month from 8:30a.m. to 3:30p.m. at the
Household Hazardous Waste Station. Call (360) 424-9532 with questions.

4. All chemicals brought to the Skagit County SQG Program for disposal must be clearly
labeled with the chemical identification and must be contained in leak proof, secure
containers.

5. The maximum amount of hazardous waste that a SQG can dispose of is 220 lbs
(approximately 25 gallons) per month.

6. For removal of hazardous wastes that the Port cannot safely transport (greater than 5
gallon containers), call ORCCO Oil Re-Refining Company at (800) 367-8894 or Emerald
Services at (888) 832-3008.




Related Procedures
1. Port of Skagit Emergency Spill Response Plan

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APPENDIX C


EMERGENCY SPILL RESPONSE PLAN

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