Stormwater Management Plan
The Wayne-Westland Community Schools (WWCS) is committed to practicing sound stormwater management practices and to observance and adherence to all local, state and federal stormwater policies to the greatest extent possible.
Stormwater Management Program Plan
This Stormwater Management Program Plan (SWMPP) has been created in accordance with Part I Section B and Part I Section C.1.a. of NPDES MIS040000 (Stormwater Discharges from Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) With Controls Based on Six Minimum Measures) and the accompanying Certificate of Coverage issued to Wayne-Westland Community Schools in 2004. The Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) and this implementation plan are designed to reach specific goals regarding discharge of pollutants from WWCS systems and properties into the Middle and Lower Rouge River Watersheds. The ultimate goal in implementing the plan is to decrease discharge of pollutants to the Maximum Extent Possible (MEP) and to protect the waters of the State of Michigan in compliance with requirements of the Federal Act and the Michigan Act.
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For more information about protecting our water, please visit www.semcog.org.
Annual Hazardous Waste Day
Each city below (sometimes in conjuction with counties and/or other cities) has an annual household hazardous waste day. This is an opportunity for people to properly dispose of/recycle items such as old batteries, paint, used motor oil, electronics, old chemicals, etc. More information on the exact times/locations/restrictions of the hazardous waste day can be found on the city web pages.
Wayne-Westland Stormwater Management Portal
The Economic Benefits of Protecting Healthy Watersheds
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