Our SWPPP Services In Ogden, Utah
We will help you determine your needs, then create a clearly defined plan that follows all national, state and local regulations for storm water pollution prevention, and keep you in compliance with those regulations.
Write SWPPP Plan
We will tailor a SWPPP specifically
for your individual projects.
This includes attending
A good SWPPP can make the difference between a successful project or a nightmare. The fine for not having a compliant SWPPP can be as much as $1000 per day Keep in mind a SWPPP must be written and reviewed before filing a NOI.
We can file your UPDES Notice of
intent (NOI), your Notice of
termination (NOT), transfer
of NOI, and change of
Construction activity that disturbs 1 acre or more are required to get a permit. Sites that disturb less than one acre must get a permit if it is part of a "common plan of development or sale" that is over 1 acre.
We are a registered Storm Water Inspector (RSI). We do weekly
inspections & documentation.
This includes emails to you
and the city your site is in.
Not having best management practices (BMP's) in place can result in EPA fines up to $37,500 per day.
Online SWPPP Access
You will have online access to the, SWPPP, related documents, inspections, site maps, and site photographs.
Online access alleviates the problem and worry about missing, damaged or stolen paperwork from sites. Documentation is readily available with a site-specific code. This also includes notifications and email of reports.
Our training will cover the control measures to achieve compliance
with SWPPP. Including Clean up, maintenance, spill management, and what inspectors will be
It is the responsibility of the owner to insure and document proper training has been done. This includes, subcontractors as well as employees, current and new. The SWPPP must include this documentation.
We can provide the signs for your site that will contain the correct information to keep your job
site in compliance with
A notice of your permit coverage must be posted where it is legible from the public right of way. Cement washouts also must be posted.