Concrete producers in New Jersey, from ready mix and precast, to brick, block, pipe, and other various manufacturers, are all covered under the NJPDES Concrete Products Manufacturing (CPM) Stormwater Permit. However, with an expiration date of October 31st, 2013, many existing concrete plants across New Jersey wonder what staying in compliance means, while new concrete plants struggle to understand how they can even use an expired stormwater permit. Don't worry, we can help.
Here at RMA, we know concrete. We've been on-site at hundreds of concrete plants across the country, from small temporary ready-mix concrete plants to massive precast facilities, so we can truly say we've seen it all. Our concrete/stormwater experts are active participants within the New Jersey Concrete & Aggregates Association, teach NRMCA's annual Environmental Short Course, and actively consult at hundred of concrete plants across the country. Our staff also has years of experience consulting in similar industries to concrete producers, such as hot-mix asphalt, aggregate mines & quarries, and recycling, allowing us to help those in the construction materials industry with ease.
From helping producers get into compliance with cumbersome state-level regulations, such as the concrete stormwater permit here in New Jersey, to more lofty goals such as NRMCA's Greeen-Star EMS, our staff can expertly help you navigate environmental regulations at any type of concrete plant, unlike any other environmental consulting company within the United States. So whether you need to figure out how to get covered with a stormwater permit at your concrete plant in New Jersey, need to update your SWPPP, or need training on the expired CPM permit, we're here to help.
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