Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP)
Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) have become a necessity and an immediate concern for construction contractors. The Environmental Protection Administration, Clean Water Act now makes it a requirement to have a SWPPP on all construction projects when more than one acre of soil is disturbed and has not been enforced until recently.
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- Service provider
- Industry Type:
- Construction & Construction Materials
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- Nationally (across the country)
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The most common pitfall encountered by construction contractors is providing environmental information in a form and fashion acceptable to Federal, State and Local Authorities. Although the construction project may be built just right, if environmental requirements have an error or do not exist, violations and fines of up to $32,500 per day may result!
As you are aware, most contractors are production driven and usually do not have time, equipment or personnel available to install, inspect or repair the site per Best Management Practices. SWPPP Managers offers Professional Engineers teamed with Certified competent personnel in SWPPP. SWPPP Managers is capable of assisting you to develop a strategy assuring the most cost effective Best Management Practices that are compliant with State, Local and Federal requirements.
If your construction site disturbs more than one acre and there is a possibility that storm water could runoff your site, you need permit coverage! SWPPP Managers offer a wide range of services.
- Developing SWPPP plans
- Filing a Notice of Intent (NOI)
- Developing and designing Best Management Practices
- SWPPP Managers offers Professional Engineers teamed with Certified competent personnel in Storm Water Pollution Prevention.