Stormwater Management

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WHO WE ARE

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EnviroScience, Inc. (ES) was established in 1989 to provide technical services in the environmental field. EnviroScience’s reputation for Excellence in Any Environment has been built one project at a time by the use of technically sound and proven scientific protocols, understanding of current regulatory climates, accurate and detailed reports, and commitment to superior client services while remaining cost conscious. These strengths have made ES one of the fastest growing companies in the region and led to its ranking as one of the Top 10 Workplaces in northeast Ohio.

EnviroScience’s Stormwater Team provides comprehensive services to solve almost any stormwater challenge. Our goal is to help industry and municipal clients interpret and meet regulations, implement cost-effective control measures, and develop a customized stormwater management plan. Our professionals include a former Ohio EPA Surface Water Engineer and a former Ohio EPA Aquatic Biologist, each with over 30 years of experience. Our experts are CPESC and CESSWI certified with professional backgrounds in Engineering, Biology, Geology, GIS and Water Quality Science. They have a breadth of knowledge in Green Infrastructure, Phase II MS4 stormwater support, Industrial Multi-sector General Permit support, assessment and analysis, reporting, and more.

WHY DO COMPANIES NEED A STORM WATER POLLUTION PREVENTION PLAN?

Often many people do a great job in applying for and receiving a Storm Water Discharge Permit. This is a requirement under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) which is a federal program for addressing discharges which adversely affect the quality of the nation’s waters. Most states are authorized to implement the NPDES program and issue their own permits for stormwater discharges associated with industrial or construction activities. However, receiving a permit is only the beginning.

A key requirement under the Storm Water Discharge Permit is the development of and adherence to a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan, often referred to as a SWPPP or SWP3. The Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan is a document that outlines how a facility or a construction project will minimize stormwater pollution. Our group has been obtaining permit coverage, and drafting manageable and cost effective Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans for many years. In addition, we have done Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan training in many states across the country.

 

WHAT WE DO

“Our strength is knowing the regulations (as we actually applied them), dealing with regulators (as we were one of them), representing your interests, and saving you money while complying with the regulations.”   -Phil Rhodes, P.E.

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Green Infrastructure Services

We understand the importance of keeping your project on schedule and on budget despite changing field conditions and unanticipated incidents. To help meet your project’s changing needs and challenges, EnviroScience provides immediate access to a strong team and support staff composed of permitting specialists, GIS analysts, water quality scientists, and biologists specializing in T&E, wetland, and ecological restoration; all of whom are qualified, experienced first responders and recognized experts in their respective fields.

Our team provides support in four main areas:

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