WHEN WATER COMPLIANCE BECOMES YOUR TOP CONCERN, WE MAKE IT OUR TOP PRIORITY.
New water reporting requirements are coming and many facilities that were previously minimally regulated may be subject to review. One of the most significant permits in terms of impact on California manufacturers currently proposed is the State General Industrial Stormwater Permit. It has a proposed adoption of Q1 2013, with implementation expected as early as July 2013. This unique permit will result in the addition of electronic reporting and expanded sampling, expanded monitoring and expanded training requirements. The permit would be applicable to a variety of industries, including manufacturing, hazardous waste facilities, oil and gas/mining facilities, port operations, transportation facilities with vehicle maintenance, and many more.
Other new requirements include the amended LA County Municipal Separate Storm System (MS4) and Phase II MS4 permits, which will require large hospital complexes, military installations, and school districts and campuses to implement stormwater regulations similar to methods required by cities.
Stay ahead of these new regulations and permit requirements by converting your water reporting into forward-thinking strategies, and avoid any interruptions in your day-to-day business.
Our expertise will assist you in addressing the following concerns:
WITH ALTA’S EXPANDED REGULATORY EXPERTISE, ANTICIPATE EXCEPTIONAL RESULTS.
At Alta Environmental, we continue to expand our capabilities to serve the ever-changing needs of our clients. With the recent addition of senior consultants David Renfrew and Kelly Lien, our experience with navigating through water regulations has never been stronger.