Industrial General Permit
Scott Environmental offers its renown compliance services under the Industrial General Permit (IGP). The new IGP, which became effective July 2015, brought major revisions and changes to the previous permit.
Scott Environmental has Qualified Industrial Stormwater Practitioners (QISPs) that are trained to handle all compliance issues that may arise at industrial facilities. The Industrial General Permit requires QISP services for any facilities that have had a stormwater exceedance and elevated from Baseline to Level 1 or Level 2 status.
The Industrial General Permit was designed for finished industrial facilities that regularly discharge stormwater through the year. These facilities might pose a hazard to the environment due to the nature of the chemicals or constituents that could contaminate stormwater discharge. Many types of facilities fall into coverage under the permit. Even those that do not discharge stormwater regularly need to file electronically for exemption forms. These forms may include; No Exposure Certificate (NEC), sample reduction procedures, or Notice of Non-applicability to coverage (NONA).
Who is Covered Under the Industrial General Permit?
The IGP determines which industrial facilities are covered according to the facilities SIC code (Standard Industrial Classification Code). Contact us today to find out if your facility is regulated under the Industrial General Permit.
Why Scott Environmental?
The Scott Environmental team has accumulated a wealth of experience working with the stormwater compliance under multiple NPDES permits. We make SWPPP easy for our clients to understand. The Industrial General Permit is complex, and can be confusing for anyone. Through our program we will work for you to ensure your facility is compliant.
Our team at Scott Environmental is here to assure you that we can provide the services and training to make it a certainty that your SWPPP is not deficient, while keeping at a price point that is not too costly to obtain.