Storm Water Pollution Prevention

Storm water runoff is rain water or snow melt that runs off the land and into streams, rivers, and lakes.  When storm water falls onto industrial sites, it has the potential to pick up pollutants and transport them into water bodies. 

Therefore, the EPA has established a program under the Clean Water Act which requires industries to evaluate their potential for runoff.  A major part of this program is the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES). 

SE can assist in obtaining permits or submitting no exposure activity information to meet your compliance requirements.

 
 
 
 
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