The National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) storm water program is a mandated program under the Clean Water Act, addressing sources of storm water discharge that adversely impact our waterways. State Regional Water Quality Control Board regulates the program compliance through various permits.
NPDES Permittees are requires to implement Best Management Practices designed to prevent harmful pollutants from being washed by storm water runoff into local water bodies. NPDES permit non-compliances can result in exposure to both Civil and Criminal liabilities.
SCES team of expers have a broad and diverse array of Scientific and Engineering expertise in NPDES permit compliance which include:
Development of Implementation Manual Development of Program Documentation and Reporting Methods Evaluation of Municipal Compliance Facilities Inspection of Industrial, Commericial and Construction Sites Program Management and on-call assistance
Developement of Compliance Strategy Prepartion of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Preparation of Water Quality Management Plan Development of Staff Training Manual Preparation of Annual Monitoring & Reporting
Preparting of Erosion/Sediment Control Plan Prepartion of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Prepartion of Site Specific BMP and WQMP Monitor the Construction Site Compliance