Stormwater Quality Compliance

The Clean Water Act of 1972 first introduced us to Federal standards associated with clean drinking water. Phase I and later Phase II of the Water Quality Act (1987) further identified the municipalities, construction sites and industries of the requirements for stormwater quality permits through the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES).

The regulations affect us by how we can conduct work at construction sites, handle and store our chemicals and hazardous waste, and prevent the offsite discharge of impacted surface stormwater runoff into our watersheds.  Stormwater quality is important to us all. We all share in the environmental stewardship of drinking water in both surface and groundwater resources.

HERServices, Inc. provides:

  • Stormwater site inspections
  • Stormwater drainage design review
  • Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure Plans
  • Education and training through our Southwest Compliance and Safety Training Institute facility

 HERServices, Inc. clients and projects:

  • Working for local governmental agencies in Clark County

Glenn Hale, P.E., C.E.M, CPESC, QSP/QSD has been focused on improving his skills as a certified professional in the area stormwater compliance by obtaining certifications in sediment and erosion control in Nevada and California. For more information, visit Stormwater Management Consulting.