Cherokee Tribal SWPPP will perform all state required NPDES/SWPPP Compliance Inspections per section 6 of the 2015 State of Florida Department of Environmental Protection NPDES Generic permit for Storm Water Discharge for Large and Small Construction Activities. Our company offers 3rd party SWPPP Inspections, 1st party SWPPP Management, SWPPP Audits, Due Diligence Inspections and Water Sampling for CGP Compliance by qualified and experienced inspectors. Cherokee Tribal SWPPP offers ON-SITE and ON-LINE SWPPP Inspection Documentation as well as Rain Log Management and SWPPP MAP Update Documentation Management. Taking this burden off the shoulders of the client and away from the construction site superintendents-allows them to do what they do best--BUILD and PROFIT. The main reason that inspections are required by the permit is because storm water discharges from construction activities can significantly impact quality. As storm water flows over a construction site, it can pick up pollutants like sediment, debris and chemicals and transport them into nearby storm sewer systems or directly into rivers, lakes, or coastal waters.
Cherokee Tribal SWPPP offers SWPPP Permit Assistance to help you navigate the NPDES and State of Florida permitting process. Cherokee Tribal SWPPP offers SWPPP Book Permit Preparation for Florida Compliance, Existing SWPPP Book Audits for systemic violations and amendment requirements, Permit Authorship, (NOI) Notice of Intent, (NOT) Notice of Termination Preparation and Submittal Service. Its important to know that a proper Storm Water Pollution Plan mitigates the environmental risk during project operation. It also allows for better sub contractor interaction, creates a better overall environmental awareness and reduces cost of BMP installation and maintenance. Proper "Best Management Practices" (BMPs) being integrated from the very beginning of the project increases the profitability potential success for all parties involved. The Florida Permit program requires a permit for discharges from construction activities that disturb one or more acres, and discharges from smaller sites that are part of a larger common plan of development or sale. Construction storm water permits include effluent limits for erosion and sediment control, pollution prevention, and site stabilization.
Cherokee Tribal SWPPP offers Ergonomic SWPPP Planning to help reduce the cost of "Best Management Practices" (BMP) Implementation and Maintenance over the life of the project for a more significant profitability potential. Site specific SWPPP Training is available to all members of the client 's team to help educate and make aware the Sites potential environmental liability. This knowledge will provide a broader path to project success for all related activities. Proper "Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan" (SWPPP) training and education is one of the most overlooked aspects of building industry in the 21st Century. This is because the program is often misunderstood-with a regulatory disconnect from the City to County to State Permits and often unequal industry enforcement. The key to success in having a compliant program is to be "PRO-ACTIVE" in proper SWPPP implementation, not "RE-ACTIVE" to a failed program and potential liability enforcement issues.
STATE OF FLORIDA CERTIFIED VETERAN OWNED BUSINESS! CERTIFIED DIVERSITY/MINORITY STATE OF FLORIDA BUSINESS!
"DON'T BE FOOLED BY THE SWPPP IMPOSTER COMPANIES WORKING IN FLORIDA" "If you don't know illicit discharge-you don't know SWPPP"! If they can't explain what an "illicit discharge" is the second you ask them--they don't know SWPPP!
*SWPPP AMENDMENTS STATE OF FLORIDA via FDEP Guidance
The SWPPP shall be amended whenever there is a change in design, construction, operation, or maintenance, which has a significant effect on the potential for discharge of pollutants to surface waters of the state or a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4). The SWPPP also shall be amended if it proves to be ineffective in significantly reducing pollutants from sources identified in part V.D. 1. of the permit. The SWPPP also shall be amended to indicate any new contractor and/or subcontractor that will implement any measures of the SWPPP. All amendments shall be signed, dated and kept as attachments to the original SWPPP. "*FDEP Guidance for Stormwater Pollution Prevention."
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Cherokee Tribal SWPPP's primary goal is to provide the highest quality Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) Service for the client.
Cherokee Tribal SWPPP's main organizational goal is to operate as a qualified 3rd party inspection service to inspect/report/audit and train SWPPP related issues. This service is provided to help the client in mitigation of their environmental risk for their own environmental compliance program.
Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) are one of the most misunderstood required permits for the construction/development process and we at Cherokee Tribal SWPPP are committed to re-mediating and solving that issue. We have refined our working knowledge and have combined this vast experience incorporating all aspects of the issues involved for the client to help them obtain successful completion of their projects.
Cherokee Tribal SWPPP has locations in Gainesville and Kissimmee. We operate in the Orlando, Tampa, Pasco, Trinity, Gainesville, Alachua, Ocala, Oviedo, Clermont, Leesburg, Lakeland, Winter Haven, Sarasota and Jacksonville markets and now expanding services from Melbourne South to West Palm Beach. Please take a moment and contact us regarding your SWPPP Compliance needs so that we may assist you in a successful project.