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Download training materials on Water Quality: Best Management Practices for the Ready Mixed Concrete and Aggregates Industries As part of program funded by the Environmental Protection Agency on Source Reduction, a toolkit was created of recently developed water quality training materials and copies of templates available to these industries. To download the contents of the toolkit you must first read and agree to the disclaimer noted below.

  • Disclaimer:  All reference materials included and referred to in this toolkit were gathered from reliable public information sources; however, the Maryland Center for Environmental Training (MCET) of the College of Southern Maryland, the Environmental Protection Agency who funded this project, nor the companies or associations who worked with MCET, make any representation, expressed or implied, that this information is either accurate or necessarily applicable in any given situation.  Neither MCET, or other contributors, bear responsibility to update this work or to make notification of any changes in statutes, regulations, information, or programs described in any of the included documents.  Please ensure you check with your authorized state or federal program for current regulatory information or updates.  The contents of this toolkit do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of MCET or the other contributors, nor does mention of trade names or commercial products constitute endorsement or recommendation for use.  Neither MCET, nor others contributing to this project, assume liability resulting from the use or reliance upon information, guidance, suggestions, conclusions, or opinions contained in this toolkit. 

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To request a copy of the toolkit on compact disc, e-mail      MCET at info@mcet.org

NPDES Compliance in the Ready Mixed Concrete Industries and  Aggregates Industries:  Successful companies in the concrete, sand and gravel industries are known for their environmental accomplishments and overall stewardship. Compliance with environmental regulations and permitting requirements can, however, pose significant challenges for facility managers. These training materials are geared to assist with training for this industry on Water Quality providing both trainee and instructor materials.