Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) Solutions

Do you know the SWPPP monitoring requirements for your job site? Laws have changed. There is NO storm season in the new permit!!
We offer full SWPPP packages from binders and erosion control drawings by our Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD) to site monitoring and sampling.
The following are some of the services we offer:
  • Assistance with Permit Registration Documents (PRD’s).
  • Baseline inspection and weekly site monitoring by trained inspectors as required in the Construction General Permit (CGP).
  • Preparation of Rain Event Action Plan (REAP) by qualified SWPPP practitioner (QSP) 48 hours prior to predicted rain event (Only applies to risk level 2 & 3 sites)
  • Pre-storm, during-storm and post- storm inspections and completion required reports.
  • Sampling and field testing for pH and turbidity using a calibrated field instrument. (only applies to risk level 2 & 3 sites)
  • Quarterly non-storm water inspections.
  • Completion of quarterly and annual reports including uploading into the SMARTS system.
  • Weekly updates to the onsite SWPPP binder.
  • SWPPP modifications as needed to reflect current site conditions by our Qualified S.W.P.P.P. Developer (QSD).
  • BMP implementation & maintenance training for your field and office personnel.
The CGP requires risk level 2 & 3 sites to prepare a Rain Event Action Plan (REAP) within 48 hours prior to any likely precipitation event.


  • Failure to submit a Notice of Intent (NOI) for coverage under the NPDES storm water permit has a minimum $5,000 fine plus recovery of staff costs.
  • Failure to submit an annual report of construction certification when required by the Regional Board has a minimum $1,000 fine plus recovery of staff costs.
  • The State penalties can assess penalties up to $10,000 per day, plus $10 per gallon of sediment-laden or polluted water discharged for each violation.
  • Federal penalties can be as much as $27,500 per day for an UNINTENTIONAL violation and up to $55,000 per day for a known violation, in addition to criminal liability and clean-up costs.

Best Management Practices

  • We specialize in the erosion protection of all size sites that have been disturbed including parks, wetlands, roadways and developments. Our approach to drainage and erosion conditions is one that uses Best Management Practices (BMP’s) for that particular site. We design and implement the BMP’s to protect the environment in the most cost effective manner. We provide the following erosion control services: