Looking for a hand getting into compliance with your industry-specific NJPDES stormwater general permit? Don't worry - you're not alone. We commonly hear from individuals all over New Jersey that trying to get into compliance with a confusing stormwater permit is getting harder and harder to deal with. For many industrial operations in New Jersey, their respective stormwater permit is expired, making the compliance situation that much more confusing.
That's where we come in. RMA calls New Jersey home, and our stormwater permit experts have been fine-tuning their skills here in New Jersey since in 1992. We've worked for organizations big and small across the Garden State, offering various compliance services, many having to do with one of the various NJPDES stormwater permits available. We assist our clients cut through confusing regulatory language, and get them on a path toward compliance with NJPDES permitting at their industrial operation. Whether that means attempting coverage under one of the industry-specific general permits below, seeking coverage under an individual NJPDES permit, updating and revising SWPPP or DCPs, or providing Stormwater Training, we help industrial facilities across New Jersey handle stormwater permitting compliance with ease.
Annual Stormwater Training is a minimum requirement of your facility's NPDES Industrial Stormwater Permit.Learn More
The stormwater permit for facilities that don't need a stormwater permit, the 5G2 covers a variety of industrial operations.Learn More
Ready-mix, precast, brick, block, pipe, and any other form of concrete production is covered under the CPM Permit.Learn More
If you produce asphalt in New Jersey, the R4 NJPDES Permit is likely your best choice.Learn More
Similar to the RSG NJPDES Permit, this R13 permit also covers certain types of mining operations within New Jersey.Learn More
Similar to the R13 NJPDES Permit, this RSG permit also covers various mining facilities within New Jersey.Learn More
Scrap metal processing & recycling facilities need to obtain the SM2 Permit for NJPDES compliance purposes.Learn More
Vehicle recycling operations in New Jersey have the RVR Permit available for usage, in order to get into NJPDES compliance.Learn More