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Stormwater Monitoring
Frog Environmental offers an annual stormwater monitoring and sampling program that includes required monthly visual observations, runoff sample collection and analysis, BMP training and annual report submittal.
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SWPPP
SWPPP stands for Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan. Industrial facilities whose operations contribute to stormwater runoff, may be required to develop a SWPPP. A SWPPP is a site specific document that…
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Level 1 ERA / QISP
Facilities with NAL exceedances in the 2015-16 stormwater year will fall into Level 1 Status for the 2016-17 stormwater year. If you are Level 1 Status, your facility will be required to submit a Level 1 ERA Report prepared by a QISP, which …
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Best Management Practices
Basic Best Management Practices (BMPs) are required of all Industrial General Permit holders. Frog Environmental engineers customizable basic and advanced level BMP solutions that address site specific pollutants.
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Stormwater Monitoring
Frog Environmental offers an annual stormwater monitoring and sampling program that includes required monthly visual observations, runoff sample collection and analysis, BMP training and annual report submittal.
Read More ›
SWPPP
SWPPP stands for Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan. Industrial facilities whose operations contribute to stormwater runoff, may be required to develop a SWPPP. A SWPPP is a site specific document that…
Read More ›
Level 1 ERA / QISP
Facilities with NAL exceedances in the 2015-16 stormwater year will fall into Level 1 Status for the 2016-17 stormwater year. If you are Level 1 Status, your facility will be required to submit a Level 1 ERA Report prepared by a QISP, which …
Read More ›
Best Management Practices
Basic Best Management Practices (BMPs) are required of all Industrial General Permit holders. Frog Environmental engineers customizable basic and advanced level BMP solutions that address site specific pollutants.
Read More ›
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Industrial permit holders who enter Level 2 Status will be required to implement Advanced BMPs to address pollutants in storm water runoff. If your sample results are exceeding Numeric Action Levels (NALs) by 30% and your facility is at risk of becoming Level 2 Status, a Treatment System may be necessary to reduce exceedances. Implementing treatment on your site now, can help prevent further enforcement action from the State and Regional Water Boards and the threat of lawsuits from Third Party Environmental Groups. For more information about storm water treatment systems, visit www.StormWaterSystems.net.

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Industrial facilities that are required to obtain coverage under the Industrial General Permit (IGP), must submit a Notice of Intent (NOI), online through the SMARTS electronic filing system for the State Water Board. Dischargers are required to pay the annual permit fee of $1632.00. Under an NOI, dischargers are required to develop a SWPPP, a monitoring implementation plan, collect four runoff samples per year and electronically submit results, and implement basic BMPs. Click here for more information on filing an NOI.

Industrial facilities that can show all industrial activities, materials, and wastes have no exposure to storm water can apply for a No Exposure Certification, (NEC). An NEC requires that the discharger submits facility diagrams, performs an annual inspection, and certifies that conditions of no exposure are maintained. Upon application a $200 permit fee is required. Facilities that were considered “light industry” under the old IGP, may now qualify for an NEC. Click here for more information on applying for an NEC.

Industrial facilities can apply for an exemption to the permit through a Notice of Non-Applicability, (NONA). In order to file for a NONA, a facility must prove that they are not hydrologically connected to the waters of the US, or that the facility is constructed to contain the maximum historic precipitation event, (or series of events), using precipitation data collected by NOAA, so that there will be no discharge of industrial stormwater to the waters of the United States. A report must be prepared by a licensed Professional Engineer and submitted via the SMARTS database. Click here for more information on obtaining a NONA.