We can get you in compliance quickly and we’ll help you find the least expensive way to do that.
Get ready for an inspection.
- You need to file a non-exposure certification with TCEQ or get an SWPPP
- You also need to file a notice of Intent (NOI) and file for a storm water permit.
Usually, when city contacts you, they have to give you 30 days to act.
You must address issues or you may be scheduled to meet with a city attorney. It is imperative that you get into compliance as quickly as possible. One of our project managers can visit your site in the next few days. We’ll do a walk-thru inspection with you to get a clear analysis of the situation and provide simple instructions for your next steps.
Call 214-564-3588 or email us to request a free site evaluation.
NOTE: Please DO NOT make changes to the site before we do the inspection.
You don’t want to waste time or money. So often, we have arrived for a walk-thru to find changes that were unnecessary, expensive and worst – unhelpful in the mission to get in compliance – in fact, sometimes the situation is actually made worse.