With critical changes in requirements under the California State Waterboard’s Construction General Permit, construction site Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) must be developed following the requirements of the Waterboard or applicable regional agencies. A SWPPP is required for construction projects that disturb more than 1 acre of developed or undeveloped land.
The SWPPP main goals are: (1) to identify the sources of sediment and other pollutants that affect the quality of a site’s stormwater discharges; and (2) to demonstrate the implementation of BMPs to eliminate pollutants in stormwater discharges.
Scott Environmental’s team of QSD’s has experience developing and implementing SWPPPs throughout the state of California and is well versed on special local and regional requirements. Unlike QSD’s at large civil engineering firms, Scott Environmental’s team has extensive background in onsite QSP field work and is exceptionally equipped to anticipate jobsite conditions.