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Storm Water Pollution and Prevention

We are your neighborhood Storm Water Pollution and Prevention experts.

Bridgeway Environmental offers National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) and Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) inspections to homebuilders, developers, contractors, consultants, and others in the construction industry all over the Southeast. A Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) must be created, implemented, and maintained in conjunction with the EPA and your States environmental department to obtain a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit coverage for stormwater runoff.


Bridgeway Environmental has the knowledge and experience to create and update your construction or industrial SWPPP manual. The SWPPP will identify potential stormwater pollution sources, establish Best Management Practices (BMPs) to control water pollution infiltration, and document an environmental compliance monitoring and inspection schedule.


Notice of Intent (NOI) and Termination Notice (NOT)


The Notice of Intent, or NOI, has to be turned in 14 days before the land is disturbed, and the right fees have to be paid before construction can start. As your consultant, Bridgeway Environmental will fill out the Notice of Intent paperwork that your project needs to start up and run on time, additionally once your project has been completed, we will file the paperwork called a Notice of Termination, or NOT, to end your project.


Inspections for NPDES and SWPPP


Since no two projects have the same needs, Bridgeway Environmental offers different inspection packages so that our clients can choose the one that works best for them and their project. The following inspections are required by law for a project site. Our programs can be chosen separately or put together to make a custom inspection package for your project:


  1. Daily checks of construction exits, fuel storage areas, and rainfall data

  2. Every week, the site is checked to make sure that both the installation and maintenance follow the Erosion Control Documents.

  3. After each "qualifying rain event," which is a rain event of 0.5" or more, the whole site will be checked.


No matter which package you choose, all of our inspections will be done according to the rules, and a report will be left in the project box once the inspection is done. These reports located in our cloud platform for our clients to access at any time. Contact us for a quote or  fill out the SWPPP request form to get started.

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