Filing the Notice of Intent: Submitting all the Permit Required Documents and paying the Annual Fee prior to initiating any construction activities (including demolition).
Perform routine and storm related inspections and sampling: Work with your project required Qualified SWPPP Practitioner (QSP) to ensure all documentation and Best Management Practices (BMPs) are in place, effective and appropriate.
File Annual Reports: The reporting year runs July 1 – June 30. All active Permitted projects must file an Annual Report prior to September 1.
File Notice of Termination (NOT): When the Project no longer poses a threat to storm water quality (all construction related activities and materials are completed/removed from the project site and all exposed soil areas are stabilized) the Permit can file it’s NOT.
Project Termination: The Regional Board accepts the NOT application and closes the Permit. All records must be maintained for 3 years by the permit holder.
ALTA’s team of QSDs and QSPs can manage all of these tasks so that your construction personnel can focus on what they do best: BUILD!
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Matthew Renaud: CPESC #6156, QSD/P #0740