Environment & Mining
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
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NPDES Compliance in the Ready Mixed Concrete Industries and
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.