North Carolina is known for timber and furniture, so it comes as no surprise North Carolina DEQ has a specific NPDES stormwater permit specifically for the timber industry. However, getting into, and staying in compliance with the NCG21 stormwater permit for timber products can be harder than hickory! Don't worry, if the idea of dealing with a stormwater permit on your own is daunting, you're not alone.
Here's where we can help - the stormwater experts here at RMA have decades of experience assisting industrial operations of all shapes and sizes across North Carolina to manage their NPDES permitting needs. From initially getting your timber operation into compliance, to long term considerations such as SWPPP updates and revisions, annual Stormwater Training, or even handling reporting, submissions, and other routine paperwork, we can provide the assistance you need to make staying in compliance with the NCG21 NPDES stormwater permit a breeze.
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