Tag Archives: NPDES

June is Safety Month

The National Safety Council (NSC) has dedicated June as National Safety Month. National Safety Month is an annual observance to help keep one another

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Handling a High Water Table

The water table is an underground boundary that lies between the soil surface and the area where groundwater saturates spaces between sediments and c

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Hurricane Season 2021

Analysis of the last 150 years identifies the most active month for hurricanes making landfall is September, then August and October are a close seco

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Demystifying your Dewatering Permit

When applying for your Construction Generic Permit (CGP) to discharge stormwater on construction sites, it’s important to know if dewatering will b

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Oysters: Nature’s Dirt Recycler

Boating is a great way to enjoy our natural resources but boating and boat yards are also potential pollutant sources if not managed e

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Dust Control on Construction Sites

It’s that time of year in Florida when the winds are high and rainfall is low, leading to a common and pervasive issue on active construction s

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Exposure or No Exposure, that is the Question!

Conditional No Exposure Exclusion Permits: What are They & Do I Need One? All industrial businesses that fall within one of the EPAs 30 pre-define

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NPDES Compliance and COVID-19

Perhaps the biggest question in the environmental sector right now is: how, has COVID-19 affected enforcement? The EPA offered a Temporary Enforcement

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Storm Events – What They Are & How to Tackle Them

One of the most important requirements of your Construction Generic Permit (CGP) is the NPDES Stormwater Inspections. In the State of Florida, NPDES i

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Secondary Containment on Construction Sites

One of the requirements of the Florida  CGP, Construction Generic Permit, that seems to elude many of its permittees is secondary containment. Ma

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