The rules and regulations — at federal, state, and local levels — are always changing. It’s important to stay apprised of and adapt to these changes to avoid violations and make the most of your investment in a stormwater management system.
AQUALIS’ industry expertise is vital for federal, state, and local compliance reporting and notice of violation (NOV) response. And we’ve helped property owners and managers save hundreds of thousands of dollars in municipal fees and lower the overall cost of their stormwater management systems.
From design and construction to ongoing inspections, maintenance, and repair, comprehensive SCMs (BMPs) are significant but essential investments for any property. Our stormwater program managers stay up-to-date on the latest laws and changes in regulatory requirements, and can help you make the best decisions for a stormwater management system — and your business.
Regulatory bodies require compliance reporting that can have a direct impact on your system and business. We can provide a wide variety of services for sampling, testing, inspecting, monitoring, and agency reporting to ensure you maintain compliance, including:
If a stormwater system isn’t regularly inspected, maintained, and repaired, it may be at risk of receiving a letter of non-compliance or a notice of violation (NOV). Receiving an NOV is serious, and severe or repeated violations can lead to criminal charges. But with an immediate and effective response with help from an industry expert like AQUALIS, you can take appropriate corrective actions and mitigate the impact to you and your business. Our services include:
AQUALIS’ Chief Development Officer Erin Zaske recently spoke about how to prepare stormwater systems for hurricanes and other major storms on the Words on Water podcast. Words on Water is a podcast all about the water sector, presented by the Water Environment Federation, a not-for profit technical and education organization dedicated to protecting public health […]
When you think of water pollution, images of sea life swimming through plastic or agriculture fertilizer runoff likely come to mind. While this physical, more observable, and increasingly pressing form of water pollution tends to be the focus of environmental activism, there is another less talked about the threat to our waterways: thermal pollution. Thermal […]