Environmental Consulting For Simpler Stormwater Compliance

Environmental Consulting For Simpler Stormwater Compliance

CRI has years of experience navigating the complicated world of stormwater compliance and permitting. We’re here to help make compliance easy so you can focus more on your project & less on paperwork.

One of the biggest challenges construction firms face on new projects is red tape. Nothing is more frustrating than your plans getting derailed by a government inspector demanding inspections, certifications, and plans. 

Once you’ve waded through the cumbersome task of correctly identifying which forms are needed for your specific project, you then painstakingly read the complicated forms and fill them out to the best of your knowledge.

Two weeks later? You find out the information you submitted was incorrect, and the process all begins again.

We know how frustrating this is, and environmental consulting is about taking care of that bureaucratic red tape and providing you with the recommendations to stay compliant and minimize pollution. We focus on stormwater compliance and permitting on construction sites so that you can focus on managing and constructing, not paperwork.

How Environmental Consulting Helps Push Projects Forward

As experienced environmental consultants, Compliance Resources, Inc.. has years of knowledge and practice navigating the complex system of stormwater permitting and compliance on construction sites.

Environmental consulting is about understanding your project and foreseeing the various steps you’ll need to take for environmental permitting and mitigation. Furthermore, we know what permits you’ll need, where to get them, and when to follow up on progress made and steps taken.

Our goal is to reduce the time you spend on environmental compliance so you can focus more on your project and less on paperwork.

Projects Our Environmental Consultants Assist With

CRI helps manage stormwater runoff and management permitting and compliance on projects like:

  • Clearing
  • Grading
  • Excavating
  • Demolition
  • Land development sites
  • Residential Construction
  • Linear construction
  • Commercial sites / retail sites
  • SWPPP
  • TCEQ Notice of Intent (NOI) 
  • TCEQ Notice of Termination (NOT) 
  • TCEQ Notice of Change (NOC)
  • TCEQ Small Construction Site Notice (CSN) 

Receive Your Free Site Audit Today

Compliance Resources, Inc.. is offering one free site audit to new clients, so you can see for yourself the time and resources an experienced environmental consultant will save you on compliance and regulation.

Ready to stop wading through paperwork and devote your focus to tackling that project? Call us at (888) CRI-SW3P | (888) 274-7937 for a free site audit today!

Free Audit on One Site
Free Audit on One Site
Are you confused by complicated stormwater permit requirements and regulations? Contact us today, and we’ll not only give reliable answers to your questions but also schedule a free on-site audit.
Get a Free Audit

This is Complicated. That is Why You Need Us.

The following steps are recommended to determine your project status. So you can see that this a complicated business. And highly important to get it right, as the local, state and federal agencies can and do assess fines and penalties for storm water violations. Yet another reason why it is so important to have an established, reputable firm complete your SW3P and inspections.
Determine the size of your site (include all offsite spoils or staging areas.) If your site is one acre or more, you will need a Storm Water pollution Prevention Plan.
Develop a Storm Water Pollution Protection Plan (SW3P). Implement the SW3P and update as work progresses.
Submit a Notice of Intent (NOI) prior to beginning construction.
Post a copy of the Construction Site Notice (CSN) near the entrance to the site.
Complete the site inspections at least once every 7 days OR at least once every 14 days AND after a rain event of 1/2" or more.
Maintain your erosion controls and correct problems within 7 days; document actions taken.
Terminate your permit coverage by submitting a Notice of Termination (NOT) within 30 days.
Maintain copies of all records associated with the storm water permit, SW3Ps and inspections for at least 3 years after your NOT is filed.

Have Any Questions? Contact Us Today!

Are you confused by complicated stormwater permit requirements and regulations? Contact us today, and we’ll not only give reliable answers to your questions but also schedule a free on-site audit. All you need to do is fill out the form below, and our specialist will get back to you shortly.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Have Any Questions? Contact Us Today!