Examples of these BMPs are wet detention ponds, dry detention ponds, underground detention systems, stormwater wetlands and bioretention areas.
What does BMP mean in drainage?
Best Management Practices
Today, storm- water management includes controlling flooding, reducing erosion and improving water quality. This can be accomplished by implementing what are known as Best Management Practices (BMPs). BMPs are structural, vegetative or managerial practices used to treat, prevent or reduce water pollution.
What are BMP structures?
Structural BMPs are facilities that help to prevent pollutants in storm water runoff from leaving a developed property, entering our storm drains, and impacting our local waterways. All types of structural BMPs require regular inspection and maintenance to ensure that they are operating effectively.
What does BMP stand for in surveying?
|What it Stands For
|Best Management Practice
|County Design Criteria
|Certified Erosion, Sediment, and Storm Water Inspector
|Certified Inspector of Sediment and Erosion Control
What is BMP usually used for?
A BMP is used to check different body functions and processes, including: Kidney function. Fluid and electrolyte balance. Blood sugar levels.
What does BMP mean in construction?
Best Management PracticeBest Management Practice (BMP)
A BMP is a method used to prevent or control stormwater runoff and the discharge of pollutants, including sediment, into local waterbodies. Silt fences, inlet protection, and site-stabilization techniques are typical BMPs on a construction site.