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About the Pinellas County Fertilizer Ordinance2011doc_pdf208.3Pinellas County Engineering & Environmental Services1018921Information and helpful links to help county residents understand the requirements of the fertilizer ordinance passed in January 2010.327_About%20the%20Pinellas%20County%20Fertilizer%20Ordinance.pdf2Pinellas
Assessment of In-Line Alum Injection Facility Used to Treat Stormwater Runoff in Pinellas County1998doc_pdf108Southwest Florida Water Management District5562The Southwest Florida Water Management District, under its Stormwater Research Program, conducted a study to determine the feasibility of using an in-line alum injection facility for a stormwater treatment retrofit. The purpose of this study was to determine the effectiveness of alum technology for an in-line system with limited storage volume.AlumInectionFacility.pdf2Pinellas
Better Assessment Science Integrating Point & Nonpoint Sources (BASINS)2016doc_html0U.S. Environmental Protection Agency5616Better Assessment Science Integrating Point and Nonpoint Sources (BASINS) is a multipurpose environmental analysis system designed to help regional, state, and local agencies perform watershed- and water quality-based studies. Its purpose is to assist in watershed management and TMDL development by integrating environmental data, analysis tools, and watershed and water quality models.
Case for Sustainable Landscapes, The2009doc_pdf2997.6Sustainable Sites Initiative1018690This document is a companion volume to the larger report "The Sustainable Sites Initiative: Guidelines and Performance Benchmarks 2009." It gives background on the Initiative; a set of arguments--economic, environmental, and social--for the adoption of sustainable land practices; additional background on the science behind the criteria in the Guidelines and Performance Benchmarks 2009; and a sampling of case studies, including the sustainably-designed parking lot of Tampa's Florida Aquarium.The-Case-for-Sustainable-Landscapes_2009.pdf2Pinellas
Ecological Effects of Stormwater and Stormwater Controls on Small Streams2004doc_pdf0Watershed Management Institute, Inc.1015373Coordinated studies in three different regions in the United States related stream biological communities to land use and land cover attributes of the watersheds draining to their habitats.Ecological%20Effects%20of%20Stormwater%20on%20Small%20Streams.pdf2Pinellas
EPA National Stormwater Program Poster2003doc_pdf840U.S. Environmental Protection Agency1014534Information on the EPA National Stormwater Program (Municipal & Industrial), as well as common contributors to stormwater pollution.EPA National Storm Water Program.pdf2Pinellas
Estimates of Total Nitrogen, Total Phosphorous, Total Suspended Solids, and Biological Oxygen Demand2005doc_pdf19927.3Tampa Bay Estuary Program (TBEP)1018292Outlines Loading estimates for Tampa BayTBEP_loads99-03_final.pdf2Pinellas
Evaluation and Modification of Five Techniques for Estimating Stormwater Runoff for Watersheds1996doc_pdf388.7U.S. Geological Survey1015757Comparison of estimates to obaserved runoff to validate techniques for local area with low topographic relief.532_Eval.pdf2Pinellas
Evaluation of Alternative Stormwater Regulations for Southwest Florida2003doc_pdf1937Water Enhancement and Restoration Coalition, Inc.1007177Design criteria to reduce post-development loadings of stormwater pollutants to values that are equal to or less than pollutant loadings generated from a development site under pre-development conditions. Alternative stormwater treatment criteria are developed for four common stormwater constituents, including total nitrogen, total phosphorus, biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), and total suspended solids (TSS).WERC%20Study%20FINAL%209-9-03.pdf2Pinellas
Florida DEP NPDES Stormwater Permitting Program Brochure2009doc_pdf1034.6Florida Department of Environmental Protection1020327Trifold brochure describing the FDEP's NPDES stormwater permitting program.46_FDEP-NPDES-Brochure.pdf2Pinellas