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Erosion Control
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Welcome to the ODOT Erosion Control Program Page, presented by the Natural Resources Unit, Geo-Environmental Section.  Erosion Control has two primary program areas: 1) Statewide coordination of policies, plans, permits and reports, and 2) Technical Expertise/Continued Improvement. 
 
The goal of project erosion & sediment control is to prevent pollution of water resources as required by National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permits and by other laws, permits, agencies and agreements. 
 
Project Design Objectives include:
  • Establish specific measures to prevent soil erosion and off-site sedimentation
  • Satisfy permit requirement for an Erosion & Sediment Control Plan (ESCP)
  • Create clear contract documents to facilitate project construction
  • Minimize project and permit problems for ODOT and project partners

Contacts

Raghu Namburi - Raghu.Namburi@odot.state.or.us
Program Coordinator at (503) 986-3551.
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Or contact by phone at:  (503) 986-3252
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Resources

Program Resources
Other Resources
Manuals, Procedures, Practices OR DEQ Inspector's Manual
Sample Documents ODOT Qualified Products List
Forms & Templates TX DOT Qualified Products List
Standard SOW's Climate Data; OR Climate Service
Policy & Memos ODOT Hydraulics Manual
Training Modules Standard Drawings
  Contract Plans Dev. Guide 
US NRCS Soil Survey Information
Creating or Revising Standard Drawings & Details
Sediment Fences and Straw Bales for Sediment Control
Project Evaluation Worksheet for Designer
Contractor ESCP Approval

 

FAQ's

 

DEQ-Region 1: Inspection Report
DEQ-Region 4&5 April 2009 Inspection Reports
DEQ-Region 4&5 April 2009 Inspection Reports  
ODBP Jan 09 Inspections   
ODOT Region 2 Dec 08 Inspections   
ODOT Region 3 Jan 09 Inspections  
Standard Specifications  
Standard Drawings   
Guidance on Turbidity Monitoring Bulletin   


 
 
Permits
Region 1
Region 2
Region 3
Region 4
Region 5
1200-CA Permit