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    The chemical polyacrylamide (PAM) is well suited for erosion control enhancement, and its use is described below. Characteristics of PAM Skip to Characteristics of PAM. PAM is a term describing a wide variety of chemicals based on the acrylamide and acrylate units. When linked in long chains, these units can be modified to result in a net positive, neutral, or negative charge on the PAM

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    */ It is important that an erosion and sediment control plan is effective in preventing illicit discharge. Careful examination of the specific project site during project design to identify potential problems posed by slope, drainage patterns, and soil types is important in preparing an effective erosion and sediment control

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    All Soil Erosion and Sediment Control practices shall be installed prior to any major soil disturbances, or in their proper sequence as outlined within the Sequence of Construction on the Certified Soil Erosion and Sediment Control Plan, and maintained until permanent protection is established.

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    Responses to Comments . Erosion Control Notes . Guidance #3800-2015-03 . April 2015 . The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (Department) issued a public notice on proposed “Erosion Control Notes” guidance for a 21 (elapsed) day public comment from January 20 to February 8, 2015. The Department received several comments on the

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    Erosion Control Notes . All erosion control plans shall be in accordance with City of Lake Elsinore Ordinance Nos.1237, 772, 529, 1004construction site Best Management Practices (BMP’s),and standards outlined within the Lake ElsinoreDesign Manual. No gr ading permit shall be issued without an erosion control plan approved by the City

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