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Alphabetical Listing of Reference Documents by Title
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Best Management Practices for Marinas
Abstract: This document suggests best management practices (BMPs) that recreational boating facilities can use to abate nonpoint sources of pollution. Includes educational measures in each subsection.
Source: Sea Grant Rhode Island
Hazardous Chemical Storage Reporting Requirements
Abstract: EPCRA Section 311/312, 40 CFR Part 370 requires Marinas with the capacity to store greater than 1,250 gallons
of fuel to submit a "Tier Two Report".
Source: Envronmental Protection Agency - Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response
Maryland's Clean Marina Initiative
Abstract: The Maryland Clean Marina Initiative website contains the Maryland Clean Marina Guidebook which provides an overview of actions that marina industry professionals can take to protect the air and water quality.
Source: Maryland Department of Natural Resources
Monmouth Coastal Watershed Partnership
Abstract: This website provides the user with many links, some leading to a guidebook and others to tip sheets and additional sites with information on laws and regulations pertaining to marinas and pollution prevention.
Source: Monmouth Coastal Watersheds Partnership
National Management Measures to Control Nonpoint Source Pollution from Marinas and Recreational Boating
Abstract: From this website, you can order this technical guidance and reference document, containing information on the best available, economically achievable means of reducing pollution on surface water runoff from marinas and recreational boating.
Source: Environmental Protection Agency - Office of Water
Virginia Clean Marina Program Guidebook [PDF]
Abstract: Describes best management practices for Virginia marinas.
Source: Virginia Clean Marina Program