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A storm water pollution prevention plan (SWPPP) must be put together for all construction sites to comply with the Construction General Permit for your state.
For example, in Texas you are required to have a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan for all construction projects greater than one acre in size. These regulations are per the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality’s Construction General Permit TXR150000. Each state will have their own version of a Construction General Permit that will ultimately comply with the EPA’s Section 402 of the Clean Water Act.
What is a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan? It is a lengthy document that basically outlines what you plan to construct, and how you plan to mitigate the impact on the local environment. It will show detailed layouts of how you plan to contain your construction & building materials, and highlight how you will ensure the surrounding ecosystem is not adversely effected by your construction activity.
ProSWPPP ensures your full compliance with these cumbersome regulations is a quick and easy process.
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