Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPP) The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) require certain industrial facilities and construction sites to obtain National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit coverage for their storm water discharges. These facilities must develop and implement a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan to satisfy the requirements of the NPDES Permit. The SWPP Plan evaluates how and where pollutants may be mobilized by storm water, establishes… Read More
The award secured approximately $75,895.47 in funding for the ERMI client and it enables them to pursue remediation outside of the priority funding order. Please refer to the State of Florida website for the latest FDEP Announcements, including the PAC Awards. Contact ERMI for more information regarding the FDEP Advanced Cleanup Program or any of the other FDEP Announcements.
The following is a commentary on the recent changes to the FDEP Petroleum Restoration Program, which is becoming more price-driven. Best-value certainly includes a cost-component, but the key to subsurface remediation is diligence and data. ERMI supports the FDEP and believes the changes will ultimately lead to a more successful program. We applaud the emphasis on technical performance and look forwarding to cleaning up sites throughout Florida as an FDEP Agency Term Contractor. Bidding subsurface… Read More