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Example Sheet of BECP Work

Brockway Erosion Control Project
The clarity of Lake Tahoe has deteriorated by 33% since the 1960s, and is currently diminishing at a rate of more than one foot each year. One of the major reasons for this decline is soil erosion, caused by the construction of roads and homes and the accelerated storm water runoff that these impervious surfaces create. The Brockway Erosion Control Project (BECP) of 128 acres is part of Placer County’s response to a TRPA ordinance that all stormwater must be treated before discharge to Lake Tahoe and that all soil must be stabilized.