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If you have filed a Notice Of Intent (NOI) under the Industrial Storm Water Multi Sector General permit, you are required to have a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3). If you are not in compliance with the State of Texas environmental regulations, your facility could be charged with citations, penalties, and in some cases, criminal charges.

 

Some Businesses may need to apply for a permit under the federal Clean Water Act's National Pollutant Discharge Elimination system  -  NPDES stormwater discharge regulations. Your business may need to obtain an individual site permit if it is in one of these categories: *Certain manufacturing industries with Standard Industrial Classification - SIC codes pf 20-39, if the   site is operated such that there is potential exposure to stormwater.*Recycling facilities (including automobile salvage yards,.*Constructions sites that involve five or more acres of land,

 

Compliance information on Permits by Rule that specifically apply to small businesses, industries, and local governments.

 

 

Outline of Regulations

Industrial
ASSISTING  IN THE PREPARATION OF:
Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan - SWP3 and  implementation
Notice of Intent - NOI
Monitor your stormwater discharges
Stormwater Hazardous metal monitoring
Perform quarterly visual swp3 stormwater monitoring
Perform periodic swp3 stormwater inspections
Construction
ASSISTING  IN HE PREPARATION OF:
 
Best Management Practices
SWP3 Plan Review Application
Notice of Intent - NOI
Notice of Termination - NOT
Regulations
Stormwater Inspection Report
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