If you run a concrete plant in North Carolina, understanding the rules and regulations regarding your NPDES Stormwater Permit for Ready-Mixed Concrete facilities (aka your NCG14 permit) can be about as clear as mud. From confusing regulatory language to infrequent enforcement, many ready-mix producers across North Carolina struggle with getting into or fully staying, in compliance with their stormwater permit. If this sounds familiar, you've come to the right place.
Here at RMA, we truly get the ready mix concrete industry. Our staff members have been to hundreds of concrete plants across the United States, from tiny temporary ready mix concrete plants to sprawling precast production operations. Additionally, our concrete industry & stormwater permitting experts teach NRMCA's annual Environmental Short Course every year, meaning we've been to more concrete plants, and know more about the environmental issues impacting the ready-mix industry more than any other environmental consulting firm out there. Additionally, our staff has extensive experience working in similar industries such as hot-mix asphalt, aggregate quarrying & mining, and recycling, meaning we can help those in the construction materials industry with ease.
From helping ready-mix producers get into compliance with confusing regulations, such as North Carolina's concrete stormwater permit, to more lofty aspirations such as NRMCA's Greeen-Star EMS, our concrete industry experts on staff can help your operation cut through environmental regulations and get you into compliance with ease. Whether your ready-mix concrete plant needs help getting covered under a stormwater permit, needs to update your SWPPP, or just needs some Stormwater Training, we're here to help.
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