MAY 18TH; 10:00-11:00am Location: Historic Scottish Rite Center in Sacramento, CA Room Bruno North “UNDERSTANDING STORMWATER PERMITS” An AIA education session (continuing education credits for American Institute of Architects) Presented by Mitch Whitson
Stormwater Regulations and Permits
There have been significant changes to the Construction Stormwater Permits, Green Technology has partnered with Whitson Contracting and Management, a leading expert in Stormwater regulations and permits to help you get the information you need. While many are aware of the State Water Boards and associated permits, there are major changes that will greatly affect
California’s industrial general permit has numeric action levels (NALs). Meaning, if you exceed specified pollutant levels, you must take action to reduce them. CFS’s technologies have brought countless projects back to baseline (no further actions required). Our QISPs can help!
Use StormGarden, a micro-bioretention system that has been engineered for high flow treatment and high pollutant removal. The high flow-through rate of the engineered media results in a much smaller footprint than traditional bioretention systems, thus treating the same amount of stormwater runoff at a fraction of the cost. Expected Pollutant Removal: · Total Suspended
StormGarden is a Low Impact Design (LID) micro-bioretention system that has been engineered for high flow treatment and high pollutant removal. The high flow-through rate of the engineered media results in a much smaller footprint than traditional #bioretention systems, thus treating the same amount of #stormwater runoff at a fraction of the cost. Expected Pollutant
California Filtration Specialists is proud to announce Vince Fuller has successfully passed the Scrap Metal Qualified Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan Developer (SM-QSD) examination for the Santa Ana Regional Water Quality Control Board Scrap Metal Permit. Great work Vince.
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In the last few years, most California cities have begun regulating the permanent stormwater BMPs that are required to be implemented with new construction or redevelopment projects. There is an overarching theme to the various Post-Construction Design BMP Manuals that have been recently published, which is, the requirement to utilize Low-Impact Development (LID) or Green-Infrastructure
By Darryl Fears December 31, 2016 SANTA MONICA, Calif. — Here in the land of beauty and make-believe, it’s important to keep up appearances. Tracy Quinn sees it whenever she walks her dog: sprinklers irrigating pretty green lawns and wasted water bleeding across sidewalks during the state’s driest spell in centuries. “It drives me crazy,”
Easy Ways to Comply with your Changing Status and Regulations under the Industrial General Permit (plus other effective stormwater compliance solutions…) An all too common problem for today’s industrial facilities is how to meet stormwater regulations with limited budgets and tight space constraints. However, it is possible to meet these changing requirements without ripping up