Virtually all new projects, and most redevelopments, constructed today must account for the quantity and quality of the water leaving the site post-construction, and forever after. Owners' are required to obtain a Storm Water Quality (SWQ) permit prior to receiving Building Permits and to detail long-term compliance plans in a Storm Water Quality Management Plan (SWQMP).
Compliance with these regulations is often confusing and it's often difficult to identify ideal Best Management Practices that will meet site constraints as well as budgetary goals. In keeping with our history of seeking out innovative solutions to common storm water problems, with an emphasis on exceeding regulatory requirements while lowering total cost of compliance, we've identified and introduced to this market, a number of BMPs that can help many projects solve storm water problems and drive down costs. Follow the links in each category to learn more.
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