Check out this in-depth article about changes coming to stormwater management in California. Under the new rules, there is no one-size-fits-all. Instead, industries, municipalities, and businesses large and small will have to meet a variety of rules. Regardless, they all need to be thinking about how to plan for stormwater management.
By July 1, 2015, industrial facilities throughout California must come into compliance with a new version of the Clean Water Act general permit governing storm water discharges. The new Industrial General Permit is the first revision of that permit in 18 years. In contrast to the old permit’s comparatively permissive standards, the new permit imposes mandatory best management practices, increased sampling requirements, and significantly increased reporting obligations—all of which must be posted to the state’s online database and therefore be made available to the public.
Read the whole article by Facility Executive here: http://facilityexecutive.com/2015/05/st/
Additional regulation means even more need for products and best practices with a proven record of success, confirmed by third parties. You can reach out to our experienced staff at email@example.com to schedule a California specific stormwater management consultation.
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