Permitting – Storm Water and Air (Industrial/Construction)
Water quality has become an increasingly important issue for not only our country, but just as important for the great lakes region. Our tributaries and lakes have begun to show the years of pollutant-laden storm water runoff from industry, agriculture and overall development.
ENVi can ensure proper permitting in accordance with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) for Construction or Industrial Activity and design your Storm Water Pollution Prevention plan (SWPPP). The SWPPP will be designed to reduce the amount of sediment and other pollutants from discharging off your project site or facility. ENVi can also assist in providing best management practices/control products – such as filter sock, rip rap channels, grass filter strips, etc. – and install such controls as we detail there use in the SWPPP. Your SWPPP will be comprised of detailed mapping, narrative and required forms for routine use at your project or facility. The SWPPP is a program that essentially documents and demonstrates the company’s compliance efforts.
As part of our compliance monitoring services, ENVi can manage your storm water permit relating to the required inspection schedule, sampling and analysis schedule and reporting requirements.
Air Permitting and Air Emissions Inventory
ENVi qualified personnel can conduct air pollution emissions inventory for your facility or operation and provide de minimis documentation or administer air permitting in accordance with Ohio EPA Air Pollution Control regulations. ENVi consults best available technical resources to estimate air emissions and maintains such information to then assess permitting considerations. ENVi can also manage your air emission recordkeeping and reporting requirements as part of compliance monitoring services.