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Scope/Content: Abstract: FERC issued docket number p-477: Portland General Electric (PGE), licensee for the Bull Run Hydroelectric Project, plans to decommission the project licensed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) as Project No. 477. By order of May 12, 2004, the FERC granted the surrender application and accepted the decommissioning plan. Decommissioning of the project will entail the removal and/or demolition of all project structures and facilities. Figure 1 shows a vicinity map of the project. This Erosion and Sediment Control Plan (ESCP) has been developed to provide plans and information regarding the control of erosion and sediment at the project during the decommissioning process for the project facilities. Information provided in this plan will be utilized in the preparation of the deconstruction plans and specifications and in the Quality Control and Inspection Program developed for the work. The several purposes of the ESCP are as follows: 1. Address erosion and sedimentation control prior to, during, and following decommissioning activities. 2. To minimize sediment discharge into waterways during and following decommissioning. 3. To minimize on-site erosion and its subsequent sedimentation effects. The proposed erosion and sediment control measures for the decommissioning of any of the project components will be in place prior to the initiation of the deconstruction work.
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