Need some assistance with NJPDES stormwater permitting at your vehicle recycling yard here in New Jersey? You're not alone. The NJDEP's regulations for metal & vehicle recycling facilities, scrap yards, junkyards, or whatever you want to call them, can be extremely challenging to understand. From conflicting regulatory language to the fact the RVR stormwater permit expired on September 30th, 2017, many operations aren't sure what long-term compliance actually means with this regulation.
That's where we come in - the stormwater permit experts here at RMA can help your vehicle recycling operation cut through the noise of regulations, and get you on the straight and narrow that is environmental compliance. We've been helping industrial operations across New Jersey handle NJPDES permitting since we opened our doors back in 1992, and we've never looked back. So whether your recycling facility needs to just get covered or into compliance with the RVR NJPDES stormwater permit, you need some SWPPP updates, or you need to cross off your annual Stormwater Training for the year, we're here to help.
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