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S E D I M E N T C 0 N T R 0 L P R A C T I C E S: <br />1. Implement sediment ent control practices in order to minimize sediment from entering surface waters, including <br />curb and gutter systems and storm drain inlets. <br />2. Install all temporary or permanent sediment control measures including silt fence at perimeter of <br />construction, bio -logs at driveway, sediment filters, silt sacks, and sedimentation basins .prior to beginning <br />site clearing, grading, or other land -disturbing activity. Protect all storm sewer inlets that receive runoff <br />from disturbed areas. <br />3. Establish sediment control practices on all down gradient perimeters before any up gradient land disturbing <br />activities begin. These practices must remain in place until final stabilization has been established. <br />4. The timing of the installation of sediment control practices may be adjusted in order to accommodate <br />short-term activities, but sediment control practices must be installed before the next precipitation event <br />even if the short-term activity is not complete. <br />5. If the down gradient treatment system becomes overloaded, install additional up gradient sediment control <br />practices or redundant BMPs in order to eliminate the overloading. <br />6. Before beginning construction, install a TEMPORARY ROCK CONSTRUCTION ENTRANCE at each point where <br />vehicles exit the construction site. Use 25 mm (1 inch) to 50 mm (2 inch) diameter rock, MNDOT <br />Standard Specification 3137 CA -1, CA -2, CA -3, or equal Coarse Aggregate. Place the aggregate in a layer <br />at least 152 mm (6 inches) thick across the entire width of the entrance. Extend the rock entrance at <br />least 15 m (50 feet) into the construction zone. Use a MNDOT Standard Specification 3733 Type V <br />permeable geotextile fabric material beneath the aggregate in order to prevent migration of soil into the <br />rock from below. Maintain the entrance in a condition that will prevent tracking or flowing of sediment onto <br />paved roadways. Provide periodic top dressing with additional stone as required. Close entrances not <br />protected by temporary rock construction entrances to all construction traffic. <br />7. If necessary, clean the wheels of construction vehicles in order to remove soils before the vehicles leave the <br />construction site. Wash vehicles only on an area stabilized with stone that drains into an approved <br />sediment trapping device. <br />8. Remove all soils and sediments tracked or otherwise deposited onto adjacent property, pavement areas, <br />sidewalks, streets, and alleys. Removal shall be on a daily basis throughout the duration of the <br />construction. Clean paved roadways by shoveling, wet -sweeping, or dry sweeping. If necessary, scrape paved <br />surfaces in order to loosen compacted sediment material prior to sweeping. Haul sediment material to a <br />suitable disposal area. Street washing is allowed only after sediment has been removed by shoveling or <br />sweeping. <br />9. Soil Stockpiles: Install siltfence or other effective sediment controls around all temporary soil stockpiles. <br />Locate soil or dirt stockpiles such that the downslope drainage length is no less than 8 m (25 feet) from <br />the toe of the pile to a surface water, including stormwater conveyances such as curb and gutter systems, <br />or conduits and ditches unless there is a bypass in place for the stormwater. If remaining for more than <br />7 days, stabilize the stockpiles by mulching, vegetative cover, tarps, or other means. During street repair, <br />cover construction soil or dirt stockpiles located closer than 8 m (25 feet) to a roadway or drainage <br />channel with tarps, and protect storm sewer inlets with silt sacks or staked siltfence. <br />10. Silt Fence: Install silt fence along the contour (on a level horizontal plane) with the ends turned up <br />(J -hooks) in order to help pond water behind the fence. Install the silt fence on the uphill side of the <br />support posts. Provide a post spacing of 1.2 m (4 feet) or less. Drive posts at least 0.6 m (2 feet) <br />into the ground. Anchor the silt fence fabric in a trench at least 152 mm (6 inches) deep and 152 mm <br />(6 inches) wide dug on the upslope side of the support posts. Lay the fabric in the trench and then <br />backfill and compact with a vibratory plate compactor. Make any splices in the fabric at a fence post. At <br />splices, overlap the fabric at least 152 mm (6 inches), fold it over, and securely fasten it to the fence <br />post. Silt fence supporting posts shall be 51 mm (2 inch) square or larger hardwood, pine, or standard <br />T- or U -section steel posts. T- or U -section steel posts shall weigh not less than 1.8602 kg per meter <br />(1.25 Ib per lineal foot). Posts shall have a minimum length of 1524 mm (5 feet). Posts shall have <br />projections to facilitate fastening the fabric and prevent slippage. Geotextile fabric shall meet the <br />requirements of MNDOT Standard Specification 3886 for preassembled silt fence, furnished in a continuous <br />roll in order to avoid splices. Geotextile fabric shall be uniform in texture and appearance and have no <br />defects, flaws, or tears. The fabric shall contain sufficient ultraviolet (UV) ray inhibitor and stabilizers to <br />provide a minimum two-year service life outdoors. Fabric color shall be international orange. <br />11. Maintain all temporary erosion and sediment control devices in place until the contributing drainage area has <br />been stabilized (hard -surfaced areas paved and vegetation established in greenspace). Repair any Tilling, <br />gully formation, or washouts. After final establishment of permanent stabilization, remove all temporary <br />synthetic, structural, and nonbiodegradable erosion and sediment control devices and any accumulated <br />sediments. Dispose -of off site. Restore permanent sedimentation basins to their design condition <br />immediately following stabilization of the site. <br />12. If dewatering is required and sump pumps are used, all pumped water must be discharged through a <br />sediment control device such as a dewatering bag or other appropriate facility prior to leaving the <br />construction site. Proper energy dissipation must be provided at the outlet of the pump system. <br />I N S P E C T 1 0 N S A N D MAI NTENAN CE: <br />1. Inspect the entire construction site at least once every 7 days during active construction and within 24 hours <br />after a rainfall event greater than 0.5 inches in a 24-hour period. Following an inspection that occurs within <br />24 hours after a rainfall event, the next inspection must be conducted within 7 days after that rainfall event. <br />2. Inspect all erosion prevention and sediment control BMPs, infiltration areas, and stabilized areas. <br />3. Record all inspections and maintenance conducted during construction in writing and keep these records. The <br />inspections and maintenance records must include date and time of inspections, date and amount of all <br />rainfall events greater than 0.5 inches in a 24-hour period, name of persons(s) conducting inspections, <br />findings of inspections, recommendations for corrective actions, and any corrective actions taken. <br />4. Inspect all erosion prevention and sediment control BMPs in order to ensure integrity and effectiveness. <br />Repair, replace, or supplement any nonfunctional BMPs with functional BMPs within 24 hours after discovery, <br />or as soon as field conditions allow access unless another time frame is specified. <br />5. Remove accumulated sediment deposits from behind erosion and sediment control devices as needed. Do not <br />allow sediment to accumulate to a depth of more than one-third of the height of the erosion and sediment <br />control devices. Repair, replace, or supplement deteriorated, damaged, rotted, or missing erosion control <br />devices within 24 hours of discovery, or as soon as field conditions allow access. <br />6. Repair, replace, or supplement all silt fences when they become nonfunctional or the sediment reaches 1/3 <br />of the height of the fence. These repairs must be made within 24 hours of discovery, or as soon as field <br />conditions allow access. <br />7. Clean sedimentation basins, storm sewer catch basins, ditches, and other drainage facilities as required in <br />order to maintain their effectiveness. Temporary and permanent sedimentation basins must be drained and <br />the sediment removed when the depth of sediment collected in the basin reaches 1/2 of the storage volume. <br />Drainage and removal must be completed within 72 hours, or as soon as field conditions allow access. <br />8. Inspectect surface waters <br />(including drainage ditches and conveyance systems) evidence of erosion and sediment <br />t <br />deposition. Remove all deltas and sediment deposited. Stabilize areas where sediment removal results in <br />exposed soil. Removal and stabilization must be completed within 7 days of discovery unless precluded by <br />legal, regulatory, or physical access constraints. If precluded, removal and stabilization must take place within <br />7 days of obtaining access. <br />9. Inspect construction site vehicle exit locations for evidence of off-site sediment tracking onto paved surfaces. <br />Remove all soils and sediments tracked or otherwise deposited onto adjacent property, pavement areas, <br />sidewalks, streets, and alleys. Removal shall be on a daily basis throughout the duration of the construction. <br />Clean paved roadways by shoveling or wet -sweeping. Do not dry sweep. If necessary, scrape paved surfaces <br />in order to loosen compacted sediment material prior to sweeping. Haul sediment material to a suitable <br />disposal area. Street washing is allowed only after sediment has been removed by shoveling or sweeping. <br />10. Perform any corrective measures ordered by the City or Watershed District within 24 hours of notification. <br />Install any additional erosion protection or sediment control measures deemed necessary by the City or <br />Watershed District within 24 hours of notification. <br />E R 0 S 1 0 N P R E V E N T 1 0 N P R A C T I C E S: <br />1. Delineate the location of areas not to be disturbed (e.g. with flags, stakes, signs, silt fence, etc.) on the <br />development site before work begins. <br />2. Avoid removal of trees and surface vegetation wherever possible. Schedule construction in order to <br />expose the smallest practical area of soil at any given time. Implement appropriate construction phasing, <br />vegetative buffer strips, horizontal slope grading, and other construction practices that minimize erosion. <br />3. Following initial soil disturbance or redisturbance, complete permanent or temporary stabilization against <br />erosion due to rain, wind, and running water as soon as possible, but in no case later than 14 calendar <br />days, on all disturbed or graded areas including stormwater management pond sideslopes. This <br />requirement does not apply to those areas that are currently being used for material storage or for those <br />areas on which grading, site building, or other construction activities are actively underway. <br />4. Provide temporary grass seed cover on all topsoil stockpiles and other areas of stockpiled excavated <br />material in order to prevent soil erosion and rapid runoff during the construction period. Prolonged <br />periods of open, bare earth without grass cover will not be permitted. Stabilize all disturbed greenspace <br />areas with a minimum of 4" topsoil immediately after final subgrade completion. Seed and mulch, or sod <br />and stake these areas within 48 hours after completion of final grading work (weather permitting). <br />5. Stabilize all disturbed areas to be paved using early application of gravel base. <br />6. Apply necessary moisture to the construction area in order to prevent the spread of dust. <br />M A T E R I A L S: <br />1. Storm Sewer Inlet Protection (areas with pedestrian or vehicle traffic): Emergency overflow is required. <br />Take care to protect the catch basin curb -box from additional sediment escaping over the top of these <br />devices while still allowing for emergency overflow. <br />a. Road Drain Curb & Gutter: With replaceable filter sock. Manufactured by WIMCO, 799 Theis Drive, <br />Shakopee, MN 55379, Phone (952) 233-3055, (www.roaddrain.com). <br />b. Silt Sack: Type B. regular flow (50 gpm/ft2), with curb deflector as required. Rectangular siltsack <br />on rectangular inlets. Round siltsack on round inlets. Manufactured by ACF ENVIRONMENTAL, 2831 <br />Cardwell Road, Richmond, VA 23234, Phone (800) 448-3636, (www.acfenvironmental.com). <br />c. Dandy Sack: With curb filter as required. Manufactured by DANDY PRODUCTS, 1095 Harcourt Road, <br />Mount Vernon, OH 43050, Phone (800) 591-2284, (www.dandyproducts.com). <br />d. Dandy Bag: With curb filter as required. Manufactured by DANDY PRODUCTS, 1095 Harcourt Road, <br />Mount Vernon, OH 43050, Phone (800) 591-2284, (www.dandyproducts.com). <br />e. Sediguard Filter: With Sediguard curbguard as required. Available from ERO-TEX, N94 W14330 Garwin <br />Mace Drive, Menomonee Falls, WI 53051, Phone (866) 437-6839, (www.ero-tex.net). <br />2. Storm Sewer Inlet Protection (areas with no pedestrian or vehicle traffic): Emergency overflow is required. <br />Take care to protect the catch basin curb -box from additional sediment escaping over the top of these <br />devices while still allowing for emergency overflow. <br />a. Road Drain Top Slab: Model RD 23 (fits rough opening for 2'x3' inlet), Model RD 27 (fits rough <br />opening for 27" inlet), or Model CG 3067 (fits Neenah Casting with 35-1/4"x17-3/4" dimensions). <br />Manufactured by WIMCO, 799 Theis Drive, Shakopee, MN, 55379, Phone (952) 233-3055, <br />www.roaddrain.com. Do not use in public right-of-way. <br />b. InfraSafe Sediment Control Barrier: Install geotextile sock on the outside of the barrier in order to <br />trap additional fines. Standard frames are available to fit 24" to 30" diameter and 2'x3' openings. <br />Distributed by ROYAL ENTERPRISES AMERICA, 30622 Forest Boulevard, Stacy, MN, 55079, Phone (651) <br />462-1766, (www.royalenterprises. com). Do not use in public right-of-way. <br />c. Rock Snake/Rock Sock/Rock Log/Rock Tube: Use only for inlets after pavement is in place. Silt <br />Sifter Tubes distributed by WESTERN FIBER COMPANY, PO Box 22665, Bakersfield, CA 93390, Phone <br />(661) 854-5556, (www.westernfiber.com). Do not use in public right-of-way. <br />3. Topsoil: Topsoil used for finish grading of areas to be turfed or planted shall meet the requirements of <br />MNDOT Standard Specification 3877 for topsoil borrow modified to contain no more than 35% sand. <br />Topsoil shall be reasonably free of subsoil, heavy clay, coarse sand, stones, and other objects over 51 <br />mm (2 inches) in diameter; and without plants, roots, sticks, and other objectionable material. <br />4. Geotextile Fabric for Subg_rode Stabilization (if re uireA): MNDOT Standard Specification 3733 Type V <br />permeable geotextile material. <br />5. Supporting Posts for Siltfence: 51 mm (2 inch) square or larger hardwood, pine, or standard T- or <br />U -section steel posts. T- or U -section steel posts shall weigh not less than 1.8602 kg per meter <br />(1.25 Ib per lineal foot). Posts shall have a minimum length of 1524 mm (5 feet). Posts shall have <br />projections to facilitate fastening the fabric and prevent slippage. <br />6. Siltfence Fabric: MNDOT Standard Specification 3886 self supporting silt fence. Furnish in a continuous <br />roll in order to avoid splices. Geotextile fabric shall be uniform in texture and appearance and have no <br />defects, flaws, or tears. The fabric shall contain sufficient ultraviolet (UV) ray inhibitor and stabilizers to <br />provide a minimum two-year service life outdoors. Fabric color shall be international orange. <br />7. Aggregate for Temporary Rock Construction Entrance: 25 mm (1 inch) to 50 mm (2 inch) diameter <br />rock, MNDOT Standard Specification 3137 CA -1, CA -2, or CA -3 Coarse Aggregate, or equal. <br />8. Geotextile Fabric for Temporary Rock Construction Entrance: MNDOT Standard Specification 3733 Type V <br />permeable geotextile fabric material. <br />9. Aggregate for Block and Rock Sediment Filter: 25 mm (1 inch) to 50 mm (2 inch) diameter rock, <br />MNDOT Standard Specification 3137 CA -1, CA -2, or CA -3 Coarse Aggregate, or equal. <br />10. Block and Rock Inlet Filters: Block and Rock Inlet Filters consist of open -core concrete masonry blocks, <br />wire screen with 12 mm (0.5 inch) openings, and washed rock. Place open -core concrete masonry <br />blocks lengthwise on their sides around the catchbosin inlet. Place wire screen around the perimeter to <br />the top of the block barrier before the rock is placed. The screen acts to prevent the rocks from <br />being washed through the blocks. Place rock against the wire mesh to the top of the blocks. Use 25 <br />mm (1 inch) to 50 mm (2 inch) diameter rock, MNDOT Standard Specification 3137 CA -1, CA -2, CA -3, <br />or equal Coarse Aggregate. Install two courses of 8" blocks in order to form a barrier height of 16". <br />11. Concrete Block for Block and Rock Inlet Filter: Standard units with nominal face dimensions of 16 x 8 <br />-_--- in"chess.--tv1inimum--8- inches -nominal --depth.__ <br />12. Wire Screen for Block and Rock Inlet Filter: 12 mm (0.5 inch) openings <br />13. ales: Tightly bound bales of unrotted hay, straw, or other grass locally available from recent cuttings. <br />14. Biodegradable Erosion Control Blankets: In accordance with MNDOT Standard Specification 3885. <br />15. Erosion Control Matting: LandLok TRM 450 Turf Reinforcement Mat manufactured by Propex, Inc. <br />(www.goeotextile.com), or approved equal soil erosion control matting. <br />16. Staples: Staples used to anchor erosion control blankets shall be U-shaped, 3 mm diameter or heavier <br />steel wire. The span width at the crown shall be a minimum of 25 mm (1 inch). Staples shall have a <br />length of 250 mm (10 inches) or more from top to bottom after bending. <br />17. Bio -Logs: Curlex Sediment Log, as manufactured by American Excelsior Company (www,curlex.com), or <br />approved equal. Excelsior fibers shall be weed seed free, TYPE III 9 -inch (23 -cm) diameter. Excelsior <br />color shall be standard (natural). Netting at each end of the log shall be secured to assure fiber <br />containment. <br />P 0 L L U T 1 0 N P R E V E N T 1 0 N M E A S U R E S <br />1. Solid Waste: Dispose of collected sediment, asphalt and concrete millings, floating debris, paper, <br />plastic, fabric, construction and demolition debris, and other wastes properly off-site in compliance <br />with Minnesota Pollution Control Agency requirements. <br />2. Hazardous Materials: Properly store oil, gasoline, paint and any hazardous substances in order to <br />prevent spills, leaks or other discharge. Include secondary containment. Restrict access to <br />storage areas in order to prevent vandalism. Storage and disposal of hazardous materials must <br />be in compliance with MPCA regulations. <br />3. Other Materials: Dispose of unused building materials garbage, trash, cleaning wastes toxic <br />materials, and wastewater properly off-site and in compliance with Minnesota Pollution Control <br />Agency disposal requirements. <br />4. Furnish suitable trash containers and regularly remove the accumulated trash from the premises. <br />5. Do not allow solid waste, hazardous materials, and other materials shall to be carried by runoff <br />into a receiving water or storm sewer system. <br />6. Limit external washing of trucks and other construction vehicles to a defined area of the site. <br />Wash vehicles only on an area stabilized with stone that drains into an approved sediment <br />trapping device. Contain runoff and properly dispose of waste. Engine degreasing is prohibited. <br />7. Concrete Washout Operations: Contain all liquid and solid wastes generated by concrete washout <br />operations in a leak -proof containment facility or impermeable liner. Do not allow the liquid and <br />solid wastes to contact the ground. Prevent runoff from the concrete washout operations or <br />areas. Dispose of liquid and solid wastes properly in compliance with Minnesota Pollution Control <br />Agency regulations. Install a sign adjacent to each washout facility in order to inform concrete <br />equipment operators to utilize the proper facilities. <br />8. Sanitary and Septic Waste: Furnish and install detached portable toilet facilities at the <br />construction site. The portable toilets shall be conveniently located for the use of all workers on <br />the project. Maintain the facilities in a clean, dry, sanitary condition in accordance with Minnesota <br />Department of Health requirements. <br />#15-569 T. R. S. 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BACKFILL AND <br />ACT WITH A VIBRATORY <br />o COMPACTOR <br />DIRECTION <br />SURFACE FLOW <br />I <br />PHILLIPS FIBER CORPORATION <br />SUPAC 4NP GEOTEXTILE FILTER <br />FABRIC, OR EQUAL, ALONG\ <br />SIDES AND TOP OF AGGREGATE <br />0000000'6°poo' <br />0 0O oOOC <br />00 o0°0000-°�°a <br />24 <br />00000,000, 0 <br />00 0° C <br />00000000 <br />0 000 0 �0Z <br />°oo°O0° 0 X00 <br />TOP OF AGGREGATE <br />= 903.00 <br />PUBLIC R <br />'0 <br />6 INCH <br />MINIMUM <br />THICKNESS <br />30 FOOT <br />MINIMUM <br />LENGTH <br />MNDOT STANDARD <br />SPECIFICATION 3733 <br />TYPE V PERMEABLE <br />GEOTEXTILE FABRIC <br />MATERIAL BENEATH <br />THE ROCK <br />24 -INCH HIGH CUT-OFF DIKE <br />WITH MAXIMUM SIDESLOPES OF <br />4:1 <br />INIMUM 6" <br />, rf <br />1 TO 2 INCH DIAMETER <br />WASHED ROCK, MNDOT <br />STANDARD SPECIFICATION <br />3137 CA -1, CA -2, CA -3 <br />OR EQUAL COARSE <br />AGGREGATE <br />12 FOOT <br />MINIMUM <br />WIDTH <br />CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE <br />Delineate the location of areas not to be disturbed (e.g. with flags, <br />1 <br />10,410 <br />IN <br />Establish sediment control practices on all down gradient perimeters <br />o <br />SOIL <br />USE LATH AND STAPLES TO <br />V <br />�if����i/�i�; <br />�ir�tiSECTION <br />The timing of the installation of sediment control practices may be <br />POSTS.FABRIC <br />adjusted in order to accommodate short-term activities, but sediment <br />ATTACH FABRIC TO STEELPOSTS. <br />even if the short-term activity is not complete. <br />USE HOG RINGS To �'�11������""AINICHOR <br />SUPPORTATTACH <br />FABRIC TO WIRE MESH <br />POST IN SOIL <br />6 <br />Install utilities. <br />7 <br />Install pavements. <br />PHILLIPS FIBER CORPORATION <br />SUPAC 4NP GEOTEXTILE FILTER <br />FABRIC, OR EQUAL, ALONG\ <br />SIDES AND TOP OF AGGREGATE <br />0000000'6°poo' <br />0 0O oOOC <br />00 o0°0000-°�°a <br />24 <br />00000,000, 0 <br />00 0° C <br />00000000 <br />0 000 0 �0Z <br />°oo°O0° 0 X00 <br />TOP OF AGGREGATE <br />= 903.00 <br />PUBLIC R <br />'0 <br />6 INCH <br />MINIMUM <br />THICKNESS <br />30 FOOT <br />MINIMUM <br />LENGTH <br />MNDOT STANDARD <br />SPECIFICATION 3733 <br />TYPE V PERMEABLE <br />GEOTEXTILE FABRIC <br />MATERIAL BENEATH <br />THE ROCK <br />24 -INCH HIGH CUT-OFF DIKE <br />WITH MAXIMUM SIDESLOPES OF <br />4:1 <br />INIMUM 6" <br />, rf <br />1 TO 2 INCH DIAMETER <br />WASHED ROCK, MNDOT <br />STANDARD SPECIFICATION <br />3137 CA -1, CA -2, CA -3 <br />OR EQUAL COARSE <br />AGGREGATE <br />12 FOOT <br />MINIMUM <br />WIDTH <br />CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE <br />Delineate the location of areas not to be disturbed (e.g. with flags, <br />1 <br />stakes, signs, silt fence, etc.) before work begins. <br />Establish sediment control practices on all down gradient perimeters <br />2 <br />before any up gradient land disturbing activities begin. These practices <br />shall remain in place until final stabilization has been established. <br />Install all perimeter sediment control devices and construction entrances. <br />The timing of the installation of sediment control practices may be <br />3 <br />adjusted in order to accommodate short-term activities, but sediment <br />control practices must be installed before the next precipitation event <br />even if the short-term activity is not complete. <br />4 <br />Contact the City for approval of the sediment control devices. <br />5 <br />Rough grade the site. <br />6 <br />Install utilities. <br />7 <br />Install pavements. <br />8 <br />Install lawn and landscape. <br />9 <br />Restore all disturbed areas. <br />10 <br />Clean all storm sewer and conveyance systems. <br />After all disturbed areas are stabilized, obtain approval from the City <br />11 <br />and/or Watershed District. <br />rl2 <br />Remove all temporary sediment control devices. <br />2" MINIMUM COVER <br />O°°OCp°Oa 00-60-00- 0°°°vp°090°OO�Ov(p0v( po0v0°p9�Ov�pp'.'O° 00'000'60 p..O°O 6011-00V_ 0�_oo.'50O.. <br />�o0ppo0ppo0poapoo°po°°po000000po°poo°Opo°000°po°°pa° pop°popOpo°0o°°00°°00°°00°°0°°°0°°°0 <br />,O_„00_ OO_pO�npO�n O0�n00_nO�.,oO�no0�00°�O°°° 0°° °° 000o O�000�npo000?a'Op4o 0�. <br />6" DIAMETER HDPE STORM SEWER WITH ^ <br />AASHTO M294 CL II PERFORATIONS <br />D°op°'-- 000 , b'J o°uo° 00 00 0o 00 p0°"00"00 0 0 0 0 0°" 0U <br />)0p 000°00000000000000000 00000Opp0000000 000°°O°°°O°°p°°°°°°pp°po�pO°°°po°pp° p°o °°o pp <br />.00 p0°poo° 00°000 poo 000 00° 00° 00° 00o0p00D 000 00 0°°00 00()000 00 <br />OO0000°°40°°' <br />0 op o 0 o o° o0 oa poo po po po 0°° opo ° ° o0°p0°°o0°°op°pop°o°00 pO°s <br />INVERT - 901.75 9 fl <br />5' LONG x 10' WIDE <br />DRAINFIELD ROCK. USE IGNEOUS ROCK, OR SIMILAR <br />INSOLUBLE, DURABLE, AND DECAY -RESISTANT MATERIAL <br />BETWEEN 1HREE-FOURTHS INCH AND 2-1/2 INCHES IN <br />\ SIZE, WITH NO MORE THAN FIVE PERCENT BY WEIGHT <br />PASSING A THREE-FOURTHS INCH SIEVE AND NO MORE <br />THAN ONE PERCENT BY WEIGHT PASSING A NO. 200 <br />IN, SIEVE. MATERIALS GREATER THAN 2-1/2 INCHES IN <br />SIZE SHALL NOT EXCEED FIVE PERCENT BY off. <br />PHILLIPS FIBER CORPORATION <br />SUPAC 4NP GEOTEXTILE FILTER <br />FABRIC, OR EQUAL, ALONG <br />SIDES AND TOP OF AGGREGATE <br />TOP OF AGGREGATE <br />= 903.00 <br />12" ADS STANDARD <br />PEDESTRIAN H-10 <br />INLET GRATE <br />DIAMETEROP <br />STORM SEWER <br />INVERT - 901.75 <br />OF AGGREGATE = 901.00 <br />SUBSURFACE INFILTRATION #1 <br />INIMUM 6" OV <br />v0O'ppv'0 <br />p0"Qo0�000-p0v-00'-p0'-p0w0p0-o00- 0W- 0-° 0000000 <br />0wGno°O�n O0O- <br />p°0p° <br />p0° <br />aO <br />0 00 000p000000O°p°O0OppO0paa00 <br />ppaO0ppa0Op°app00p <br />0Ov <br />O"ap0D0'eO'°ap0OpppOppDpOO00O000000 �0OctO000O000O000O�� O p <br />f.�O000p00pD°O0..000000 000 <br />pC <br />0000000nO0? <br />O 00 O 6" DIAMETER HDPE RM SEWER WITHo°AASHT0 M294 CL II PERFORATIONSa00O0o000°c <br />Dp0popO070-5_V'-'00U-00 <br />00 000C <br />0°°o°°p° <br />°°O°°°O° <br />O°° 00°O°°°O°°°O°°°O°°00pO00°00pOp0°°O <br />IPE INVERT = 901.00 <br />42' LONG x 15' WIDE <br />DRAINFIELD ROCK. USE IGNEOUS ROCK, OR SIMILAR <br />INSOLUBLE, DURABLE, AND DECAY -RESISTANT MATERIAL <br />BETWEEN THREE-FOURTHS INCH AND 2-1/2 INCHES IN <br />SIZE, WITH NO MORE THAN FIVE PERCENT BY WEIGHT <br />PASSING A THREE-FOURTHS INCH SIEVE AND NO MORE <br />THAN ONE PERCENT BY WEIGHT PASSING A NO. 200 <br />SIEVE. MATERIALS GREATER THAN 2-1/2 INCHES IN <br />SIZE SHALL NOT EXCEED FIVE PERCENT BY WEIGHT. <br />12" ADS STANDARD <br />PEDESTRIAN H-10 <br />INLET GRATE <br />12" MINIMUM COVER <br />vO�pv�ppv0ppv�po.'Op 0p pp a <br />'pO 0 4 000000000000°000°000 00000004 <br />o_„po_°o°no0° 0° 0° 0° 00° a°° 6" DIAMETER HDPE <br />STORM SEWER <br />iOO O°000°O000p00°pOa pop poo p0 <br />°00p0000°000000 <br />O 000 000 p0° p0°000°000°000°p <br />PE INVERT = 901.75 <br />0i <br />SUBSURFACE INFILTRATION #2 <br />OF AGGREGATE = 901.00 <br />2"• <br />TOP - 904.0 <br />12" ADS NYLOPLAST <br />DRAIN BASIN <br />904.0 <br />"STANDARD <br />12" ADS NYLOPLAST <br />DRAIN BASIN <br />6012 HANSEN ROAD <br />EDINA, MN <br />13�-I(�-a1'3;�- 0a15-1 <br />DATE REVISION <br />I HEREBY CERTIFY THAT THIS PLAN, <br />SPECIFICATION, OR REPORT WAS PREPARED <br />BY ME OR UNDER MY DIRECT SUPERVISION <br />AND THAT I AM A DULY LICENSED <br />PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER UNDER THE LAWS <br />OF THE STATE OF.MINNESOTA. <br />kt) 1;,0_4J <br />lel, <br />Brian Mundstock 1 / <br />DATE: 10/19/15 REG. NO.: 23468 <br />INFORMATION: <br />PROJECT NO.: <br />DRAWN BY: <br />CHECKED BY: <br />APPROVED BY <br />SCALE: <br />DATE: <br />DESCRIPTION: <br />15-569 <br />LKS <br />BHM <br />BHM <br />GRAPHIC <br />10/19/15 <br />NOTES AND DETAILS <br />SHEET NO: <br />ST2 <br />2 of 2 <br />6" <br />