Why Inlet Protection Can’t be the First Line of Defense Storm Drain Inlet Protection According to just about every permit there is, storm drains must be protected. Most permits require a combination of sediment and erosion controls to prevent sediment and pollutants from reaching storm drains. The idea is that storm drain inlet protection is

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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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3 Critical Stormwater Inspection To-Dos A compliant stormwater inspection program involves numerous moving parts and demands a significant investment of time. When developing your program, three critical areas can help lay the foundation for your future success: compliant inspection forms, accurate documentation, and inspector safety. By investing time into these three areas, you can streamline

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Top 6 Reasons You Should Care About Stormwater! Why Should I Care About Stormwater? We are all part of a watershed. Watersheds are land areas that drain to the nearest body of water. Smaller local creeks and streams also eventually drain to a larger local water body. FloodingWhen excess water has nowhere to go, flooding

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