Storm Water Discharge Permit
Storm water is a term that describes runoff generated from rain and snowmelt events. Storm water is of concern because this runoff flows over land accumulating debris, chemicals, or other pollutants that could adversely affect water quality. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) publishes regulations that may require certain municipalities to obtain a discharge permit for stormwater.
GeoServices can help you navigate through those regulations to help you determine if you need a permit. We also can guide you through the National Pollutant Discharge and Elimination System (NPDES) permit program. We will help you determine the forms required and how and where to file them. GeoServices can also help you manage all paperwork and keep track of renewals. So, if the mountain of paperwork required for permitting seems overwhelming, call GeoServices.