Construction Storm Water permitting requirements are a part of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), which regulates water quality associated with construction or industrial activities. The Headwaters Team has extensive knowledge of all aspects of the Construction Storm Water permitting requirements including the development of the Small and Large Construction Notice of Intent (CNOI) and the required Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) for all types of construction projects. Our personnel also has significant experience developing and coordinating the Hydrostatic Test Notice of Intent (HTNOI) for numerous pipeline projects within the region. The Headwaters staff also has proven experience coordinating the Construction Storm Water Permit authorizations across all of the State environmental agencies across the southern United States.
The Headwaters certified storm water management team is dedicated to helping our clients meet all of the Construction Storm Water Regulations requirements in order to minimize liabilities from downstream impacts and the potential penalties that can be involved with violations. Our team has extensive experience in conducting the required storm water monitoring events for our clients during the construction activities. We have also developed a total Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) inspection and coordination process that we have implemented for corporate clients in order for them to meet their internal HSE requirements as well.
- Small Construction Notice of Intent (SCNOI) and SWPPP Development, Coordination and Inspections.
- Large Construction Notice of Intent (LCNOI) and SWPPP Development, Coordination and Inspections.
- Hydrostatic Test Notice of Intent (HTNOI) Development, Coordination and Discharge Water Monitoring and Sampling.
- Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Program Development and Implementation.