Sheetflow Erosion Control Erosion Control for the CESCL

July 14, 2020

Containment for Pumps

Photo: David Jenkins

This contractor is working on a dockside project and prevents leaks and spills from pumps with kiddy pools.

July 6, 2020

Perimeter Control BMPs

Photo: David Jenkins

The contractor is using silt fence and an asphalt berm as perimeter control BMPs. They are containing all sediment and water within the project. When it rains, the contractor pumps stormwater runoff to an on-site treatment system, which uses chitosan-enhanced sand filtration.

December 3, 2019

Construction Erosion Inspection-Trench Excavation Asphalt Kept Clean

Dirt from trench excavation loaded into front loader bucket and hauled to stockpile, or dirt side cast onto asphalt: which is cheaper? How about no sweeper needed, no dirty water going down the drain, asphalt kept clean?  I go with the first answer.


Video: David Jenkins

August 6, 2019

Sandbag Berm

Video: David Jenkins

In this video, the contractor is using a sandbag berm to contain high pH water so they can collect it.

October 21, 2018

Creek Diversion for Restoration Work

This shows step by step instructions for a creek diversion when working in a salmon-bearing stream including:

setting up fish screens,

electroshocking fish,

diversion pumping,

and sand bag dams.


Video: David Jenkins

June 20, 2018

Pump Plug and Infiltration

Pump Plug and Infiltration Pond Used to Dispose of Turbid Water-

Construction erosion and sediment control means managing storm water until the permanent storm water system is functional.

We managed storm water from this 3 acre site  by pumping turbid runoff to an on-site, infiltration pond.

Video: David Jenkins

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