What Is an SWPPP Inspection?

What Is an SWPPP Inspection?

If you are a construction site operator, call Compliance Resources Inc for SWPPP inspection services and ensure that your project site complies with state laws.

Environmental Inspection Laws currently mandate that regulated construction have a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP). An SWPPP is a site-specific, written document signed by a company executive. This document identifies all potential activities at their site that could cause water pollution. SWPPPs also detail the Best Management Practices (BMPs) the facility uses to reduce those pollutants in stormwater. Only certified companies must conduct a SWPPP inspection and issue SWPPP certificates.

Why Stormwater Inspections are Necessary In Texas

Texas has its laws and regulations for construction activities relating to environmental inspection. According to the Texas Pollutant Discharge Elimination System, regulated construction sites must comply with the Construction General Permit to discharge stormwater. Some cities and counties require that the inspector possess a professional stormwater inspection certification. To avoid legal implications, you need to ensure that you are conducting stormwater inspections in accordance with the local requirements as well as the minimum State of Texas requirements.

What Does A SWPPP Inspection Include?

Our qualified and certified inspectors conduct weekly SWPPP compliance inspections. They record the findings of the stormwater inspection and provide a signed detailed report for you to take action on. They will adjust the construction site SWPPP as deemed necessary to reflect ongoing changes to your construction to meet SWPPP inspection requirements. They will provide advice on compliance-related issues and stay in close communication with the construction site project manager. 

Hire Compliance Resources Inc For Your Stormwater Inspection

Are you a construction site operator in Austin, Houston, San Antonio, or Dallas, TX?  Are you currently engaged in demolition, clearing, grading, or excavation activities in a regulated area? If so, you are mandated by law to prepare a stormwater inspection and have a signed SWPPP. 

Compliance Resources Inc has the experience and the legal expertise required to perform an inspection at your site. Our inspectors possess the necessary stormwater inspection certification to inspect your site. All our stormwater inspectors are fully versed in the latest Texas laws and regulations and receive over 160 hours of initial and on the job training. As an added bonus, Compliance Resources Inc will offer a free audit on one site for new clients. 

Call us now at +1 888 CRI SW3P toll-free, and find out how we can help with your SWPPP inspection. 

 

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Our Team
Misti Shafer-Webb
Misti Shafer-Webb

Owner / President

Misti has been with CRI since 2002 and is the Owner/President of CRI. Misti has been a Certified Erosion, Sediment and Storm Water Inspector (CESSWI) and a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) since 2009. Misti serves on the Board of Directors for the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) Austin Chapter #7.
Patrick Hodgkiss
Patrick Hodgkiss

Director

He has three years of experience as a quality control specialist in the Unexploded Ordnance industry requiring the collaboration with clients and regulatory specialists to develop practical compliance requirements. He has been a qualified inspector since 2016 and Certified Erosion, Sediment and Storm Water Inspector (CESSWI) since 2018.
Amber Scheler
Amber Scheler

SW3P Manager

Dallas/Fort Worth Field Manager

Amber has been a qualified Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan writer since 2005. She has been certified as a Qualified Preparer of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (QPSWPPP) since 2017, certified as a Qualified Compliance Inspector of Storm Water (QCIS) since 2017, and a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) since 2018.
Kassie Gnospelius
Kassie Gnospelius

Houston Field Manager

She did an internship with Texas A&M University Geochemical and Environmental Research Group, working as a lab technician testing various tissue and water samples for hazardous contaminants. She has been a qualified inspector since 2006 and Certified Erosion, Sediment and Storm Water Inspector (CESSWI) since 2010.
Gretchen Reutzel
Gretchen Reutzel

San Antonio Field Manager

She has worked as an environmental Education Coordinator and a Watershed Manager, and has also developed and published environmental curriculum distributed to local museums, river authorities and universities. She has been a qualified Inspector since 2005, a Certified Erosion, Sediment and Storm Water Inspector (CESSWI) since 2009, and a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) since 2011.
Rebecca Hebert
Rebecca Hebert

Austin Field Manager

Rebecca has a degree in Environmental Geoscience with a focus in Hydrology from Texas A&M University. She has been with CRI and a Certified Erosion, Sediment and Storm Water Inspector (CESSWI) since 2017

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