In order to perform every aspect of your job safely, it’s important to develop a sound stormwater management plan that keeps your workers and the community safe. If you’re looking for resources on developing a quality stormwater management plan, Curv Compliance has developed a variety of services to help you meet environmental compliance standards. Preview our services below, and contact us if you’d like to schedule a service or register for SWPPP training.
Learn about what’s required of you to receive a SWPPP permit and what you’ll need to include in your NOI (Notice of Intent) about the the jobsite you’re working on and what you intend to do on the site.
A SWPPP permit will only be awarded when you’ve proven that the SWPPP that you’ve developed meets environmental compliance standards.
Make sure you’re prepared for a SWPPP inspection by the EPA (United States Environmental Protection Agency) by scheduling an inspection with Curv Compliance. We will be able to identify potential issues that violate environmental compliance, as well as help you develop a SWPPP that meets the safety standards that the EPA enforces.
Installation & Maintenance of Stormwater BMPs
Developing a SWPPP is only part of your efforts to meet environmental compliance standards. It’s also important to learn how to install and maintain stormwater BMPs or basic management practices. Curv Compliance will teach you how to control flooding, reduce erosion, and improve water quality from stormwater runoff.
Pond, Basin, WQP & Green Space Maintenance
In order for your SWPPP to continue to be effective, it’s important that you know how to maintain retention ponds, detention ponds, water basins, WQPs (Water Quality Portals), and green spaces. When you work with Curv Compliance, expect to learn valuable tips and practices to help you maintain these spaces.
Pond/Basin/WQP Rehabilitation & Repairs
Dealing with damage is an inevitable part of your SWPPP, so learning how to effectively rehabilitate and repair ponds, basins, and WQPs is essential to the health and safety of your team, the community, and the environment. Contact Curv Compliance today if you need assistance repairing damages made to retention ponds, detention ponds, water basins, WQPs, or other structures in your stormwater management plan.
Low-Impact Development (LID) Inspections & Observation
Once you have a Low-Impact Development BMP created, it’s important to regularly inspect and observe how it is working and if something needs to be adjusted to make it safer and healthier. Curv Compliance will teach you what to look for in order to maintain and repair your LID BMPs so that your SWPPP continues to meet environmental compliances standards.
Developing a Stormwater Management Plan
All of these factors boil down to a holistic stormwater management plan that takes into account the site of your project, what the project is, and BMPs that will work best to address potential issues between the two.
Curv Compliance offers SWPPP training to help you problem-solve and use different practices for erosion and sediment control; good housekeeping; as well as inspections, maintenance, and recordkeeping. Contact us today to schedule a service or learn more about our in-depth SWPPP training and register today.