Stormwater Monitoring Services

The Industrial General Permit requires industrial businesses within a specific set of SIC codes to comply with California Storm Water Permit monitoring requirements. Frog Environmental partners with industrial companies to provide the services needed to fully and affordably comply with the State Water Board. We train our customers in BMP implementation, proper sampling and record keeping methods. We issue e-mailed rain alerts to notify of pending storm events to ensure facilities are prepared for rain events. These monitoring services are proven to increase compliance, reduce pollutant and exceedance levels and are offered for one flat-rate, yearly fee with no hidden costs. We also provide our clients with a real-time, web-based custom software interface, called FROGTracker, which allows clients to store all monitoring records electronically and access them anytime. Our clients have found our monitoring services to be an extremely convenient and cost-effective way to maintain compliance, reduce risk, and gain peace of mind.

Stormwater Run-Off Sampling

Frog Environmental provides stormwater sampling services with pick-up and delivery to lab for analysis, making it easy for customers. Our consultants will determine the parameters required for testing, arrange for pick-up of your storm water samples and have the samples analyzed at a California State Certified Lab. Frog will then report the results, upload the results to the State Water Resources SMARTS Database and interpret the results. This data is incorporated into your Annual Report.

Annual Report

The Annual Report is a summary of your facility’s stormwater compliance history, due by July 15th each year. Before the July 15th deadline, we perform the required Annual Comprehensive Site Compliance Evaluation (ACSCE), collect the records you have created (Quarterly and Monthly Observations), and include run-off sampling analysis. All of this data is incorporated into the mandated Annual Report, completing the requirements to comply with California Stormwater Permit regulations. We facilitate signature and submittal to the SMARTS Database of the Annual Report to the appropriate Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) or State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB), and obtain proof of delivery for our clients.

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