Wondering how your wood recycling facility in New Jersey can get or stay in compliance with the expired R7 NJPDES stormwater permit? You're not alone - in fact, what to do with old, expired stormwater permits is one of the most common things we hear about NJPDES permits here in New Jersey. With an expiration date of November 30th, 2014, many types of wood recycling operations across New Jersey struggle with long-term compliance due to expired and confusing stormwater permitting regulations.
At Resource Management Associates, we get the recycling industry in New Jersey like no other. When it comes to Class B recyclable materials such as wood, making sure that your facility is adhering to every rule & regulation needed is vital to staying out of trouble with the NJDEP. Not only do we know the NJPDES stormwater permitting program like the back of our hand, we know every in & out with regards to recycling permitting approvals in New Jersey, meaning we GET the recycling industry.
Despite failing to renew this stormwater permit, wood recycling operations within New Jersey must still adhere to NJPDES regulations. Figuring out how your operation can get or stay in compliance, what to update within your SWPPP, or how to handle required annual Stormwater Training can be hard to understand. If you're struggling with compliance or just need a hand keeping your operations up-to-speed, we can help your facility cut through the noise of the broken NJPDES stormwater permitting system, and get and stay in compliance with ease.
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