Water quality, including both surface water and groundwater, is a growing concern for most Americans. While relatively few industries/individuals potentially impact groundwater, virtually all industries/individuals have the potential to impact surface waters. Section 301 of the Clean Water Act requires a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) storm water permit for “industrial activities” discharging pollutants into waters of the United States, as defined in 40 CFR 122.2.
Furthermore, waste water treatment plants discharging treated waste water are also regulated. Since the inception of storm water regulations in 1992, RSB Enviromental professionals have dealt extensively with the EPA and state permitting and enforcement agencies to clarify permitting issues and interpretations as well as actively permitting industrial activities throughout the US under a variety of permitting programs and regulations. Our storm water specialists are well versed in the federal and state regulations.
RSB Environmental can help with:
- Storm Water Compliance (Industry and Construction)
- Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan
- NPDES/TPDES Permits
- Harris County Stormwater Quality Permit
- Ground Water Investigation/Remediation
- Drinking/Potable Water System Compliance
- Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures Plans
- Facility Response Plans
- Integrated Contingency Plans