NPDES Construction Inspections
We cultivate trust while ensuring compliance with the mandatory weekly post-rainfall inspections.
The ever-changing conditions of a construction site often mean teams face challenges in minimizing stormwater runoff from entering storm drains, streets, and neighbouring properties.
The National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) requires Best Management Practices and a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan to remain compliant and reduce the amount of pollutants entering the stormwater system.
As stormwater runoff flows over land and impervious surfaces, it accumulates debris, chemicals, and sediments that could adversely affect water quality and cause significant harm to our canals, lakes, and coastal waters.
Stabilization controls are preventive measures during and after construction to reduce stormwater discharge associated with construction activity. Regular inspections are mandatory to assess the condition of structural/non-structural on-site controls, such as silt fencing, inlet protection, sediment basin function, hazardous materials housekeeping, and the stabilization of disturbed areas.
Our state-certified inspectors thoroughly review your Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan, site map, and Best Management Practices before and during our inspection of your property—ensuring complete familiarity with the site.
We can also create or update your state-required Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans. Our clients appreciate our cost-effective turnkey process.
- We provide customized packages and flat fees to minimize unforeseen costs, leaving our clients worry-free.
- Provide an NPDES Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan
- Provide permit application support.
- On-site mandatory weekly inspections by our NPDES state-certified inspectors ensure that your site meets NPDES criteria.
- Provide mandatory inspection reports, documentation, and record-keeping.
- Identify required corrective actions to comply with erosion and sediment control requirements.
- Coordinate with local inspectors, ensuring they have copies of your inspection reports.
- Daily/weekly weather monitoring, including reviewing weather stations near construction sites and reporting data accordingly.
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