CMS

Construction and Municipal stormwater inspections


 

Stormwater generated during rainfall events is a concern for municipalities, businesses and construction sites alike. As water flows over land and non-porous surfaces, it can collect soils, trash, contaminants and anything else along its path damaging the environment and leaving you with possible overflows, fines, and setbacks.

  

Stormwater systems can entail collection, conveyance, detention, retention and discharge of stormwater. These components need to be designed, permitted, monitored, reported and maintained to keep stormwater under control and our waters clean. This is also known as Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWP3).The purpose of this program is to reduce the amount of pollutants being discharged to the water in the United States and the water in the State of Texas through storm water runoff. The elements contained in this Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan, hereinafter referred to as the SWP3, as well as other plans, practices, and training programs will enable the agency to comply with storm water regulations imposed by the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ)

Sigma’s engineers, scientists and consultants guide you through the process to ensure that you’re informed and confident in your stormwater system’s compliance.

  

Location:
SIGMA Environmental Solutions, Inc.
5801 Marvin D. Love Freeway Suite 103
Dallas, TX, 75237
Contact
Phone:
972-572-1400
Fax:
972-572-5995
Email:
info@sigmaesinc.com
or
cbrown@sigmaesinc.com