For an outstanding Florida spring with an existing limit on nutrient levels, called a total maximum daily load (TMDL), the law requires initiation of restoring the impaired water via a basin management action plan (BMAP) by July 1, 2016, and adoption of the BMAP within two years.
It requires progress reports on metrics, such as basin management action plans and maximum daily loads, and, depending on how efficient these are, also requires a report on strategies for the recovery of impacted water bodies.
15) DEP, Basin Management Action Plan, Phase 2, for the Implementation of Total Maximum Daily Loads Adopted by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection in the Upper Ocklawaha Basin (July 2014).
This allocation program is to be implemented through basin management action plans (BMAPs).
The Florida Department of Transportation, (Department) District Two, desires Vendor services on an as-needed basis, to be determined solely at the Departments discretion,, for the performance maintenance related activities in relation to the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) programs Structural Best Management Practices in all NPDES MS4 delegated counties and areas covered by Basin Management Action Plans
(BMAPs) and/or Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs).
Contribute data to Leon County s water quality database Contribute data to the Florida and EPA STORET (STORage and RETrieval) system Contribute data to the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) program and Basin Management Action Plans
(BMAP) Because of the nature of the TMDL program and the stringent standards that the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) has on data quality, all of Leon County s documentation requirements are based on FDEP Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).