Overview

Whether it’s wet or dry, is your project stormwater compliant? We are prepared to manage your project’s stormwater compliance, and walk you through the new requirements.

New Construction General Permit Requirements

Contractors, owner’s representatives, and governmental agencies working on projects that disturb one acre or more are required to operate under the State’s Construction General Permit (CGP), which requires all work related to Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs) be prepared by a Qualified Stormwater Developer (QSD) and monitored by a Qualified Stormwater Practitioner (QSP).

Industrial General Permit Requirements

If you operate a mine, power generating, waste water or solid waste processing, or other industrial facility you may fall under the requirements of the Industrial General Permit. Our certified QiSP stormwater practitioners can lead you through the process of either maintaining your compliance or determining whether you qualify for a exemption.

Permit Requirements

LACO’s QSDs and QSPs can manage the following permit requirements for your projects:

  1. SWPPP development, submittal, inspection, and monitoring.
  2. Water Pollution Control Program (WPCP) preparation and implementation
  3. Dynamic Erosion and Sediment Control Plan (ESCP) preparation and implementation
  4. Project Risk level determination
  5. Notice of Intent (NOI) and Notice of Termination (NOT) preparation and submittal
  6. Rain Event Action Plan (REAP) preparation and implementation
  7. Stormwater sampling and reporting
  8. Annual reporting
  9. BMP Design and monitoring services
  10. Consultation with RWQCB regarding SWPPP compliance and permitting
  11. Upload SWPPP and other permit registration documents to State Water Board website using SMARTS

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