Storm Water Permitting and Compliance

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The Federal Clean Water Act of 1972 regulates the discharge of pollutants into the U.S. waterways. In 1987 Congress required the EPA to develop regulations for storm water discharges. The National Urban Runoff Program indicated "storm water runoff from cities and industrial activities (including construction activities) carried pollutants to our nation's waterbodies." In 1994, the State of Michigan began issuing permit coverage as a result of the federal regulations through the Michigan Storm Water Program.

Various industrial facilities are required to obtain permits for their discharge of storm water. Construction sites that disturb one acre or more of land are also required to obtain permits for their storm water discharges.

Major Programs

Storm Water Services

  • Development of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)
  • National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit Application
  • Soil Erosion and Sediment Control (SESC) Plans and Inspection
  • Conduct Storm Water Discharge Visual Assessments and Inspections
  • Negotiate and Interact with State and Federal Regulators

Envirologic Staff Resources

  • State-Certified Storm Water Operator(s) - Industrial and Construction Sites
  • Certified Soil Erosion Inspectors
  • Staff Environmental Compliance Manger and Specialists
  • 40-Hour HAZWOPER Trained Personnel

To learn more about our storm water permitting and compliance services, contact Envirologic today!

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