SWPPP Map – Does it Reflect Current Site Conditions? Carrying on with our theme of SWPPP maps and their importance, let’s talk about the most important question to ask yourself each time you look at the SWPPP map. Does it reflect current site conditions? If the answer to this question is no, you aren’t using

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Does your Construction Project Pass the Stormwater “Eyeball Test”? No construction company wants to receive a fine or stop work order because their site is out of compliance. Often, additional scrutiny on construction sites comes because of what a passing citizen or regulatory official sees. By making sure your project passes the “eyeball test” of

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Georgia Construction Stormwater Permits Georgia has 3 separate Construction Stormwater Permits, all dated May 2018. Construction Permit for Stand Alone Construction ProjectsConstruction Permit for Infrastructure Construction ProjectsConstruction Permit for Common Development Construction Projects Permit Requirements: Stand Alone Construction Projects – Disturb 1 or more acre of land Mixed discharge with Industrial Activity IF Activity is

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Stormwater Compliance and Electronic Signature Law Electronic Signatures Make Fully Digital Stormwater Compliance a Reality. For starters, let’s take a quick look at some of the places where a signature and a certification is required for stormwater compliance. The NOI PermitRight from the start of a project or facility, the owner or operator has to

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