Need a hand dealing with your R4 NJPDES stormwater permit here in New Jersey? You're not alone. Running an asphalt plant usually means your hands are full with other duties, meaning stormwater permit compliance can easily get thrown on the back burner. And, with an expiration date of April 30th, 2014, existing operations what staying in compliance means, while new asphalt plants struggle to figure out how this industry-specific general stormwater permit would even be usable.
That's where we come in - here at Resource Management Associates, we get the asphalt industry. From producers to recyclers, we've been helping asphalt producers handle their environmental matters since we opened our doors back in 1992. We've been on-site at hundreds of asphalt plants across the United States, many of them here in New Jersey. Our experts also have decades of experience consulting within other construction materials industries such as concrete, mining, recycling, and much more, allowing us to assist our customers in the construction materials industry with ease.
So whether your asphalt plant needs to get into compliance with the R4 NJPDES stormwater general permit, are looking to get your SWPPP updated, or need training on the R4 permit, we're here to help.
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