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Chapter 5
Pavement, Materials, and Recycling
5.6. Curb and Sidewalk Repair

Curb and sidewalk repair may include use of a compressor, jackhammer or sawcutting, curing, and the disposal of removed materials. Leaks, spills and concrete washout can create result in release of pollutants such as fuel, hydraulic fluid, oil, sediment and concrete.

  • Water applied during curing operations should be controlled to prevent unpermitted non-stormwater discharges.
  • Other recommended environmental stewardship practices include illicit connection/illicit discharge reporting and removal, scheduling and planning, illegal spill discharge control, vehicle and equipment fueling, vehicle and equipment maintenance, solid waste management, hazardous waste management, liquid waste management, sanitary/septic waste management, concrete waste management, material use, safer alternative products, spill prevention and control, sweeping and vacuuming and water conservation practices. [N]

 

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Chapter 5
Pavement, Materials, and Recycling
5.1 Preventative Maintenance and Pavement Management Systems
5.2 Stormwater Management in Paving Operations, Grinding, and Pavement Maintenance
5.3 Flexible Pavement/Asphalt
5.4 Concrete Installation and Repair
5.5 Pavement Marking
5.6 Curb and Sidewalk Repair
5.7 Recycling in Pavement and Roadside Appurtenances
5.8 Maintenance of Dirt and Gravel Roads
   
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