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When it comes to NPDES stormwater permits in North Carolina, there are numerous industry-specific general permits available, but understanding the rules and regulations regarding them can be challenging. When does it make sense to use a general permit versus an individual stormwater permit? What about no-exposure certifications? Don't fret - we hear this kind of concern all the time from industrial facilities in North Carolina evaluating and learning about NPDES stormwater permitting needs.
Here's where we can help. Getting into compliance with the correct industry-specific general stormwater permit here in North Carolina doesn't have to be hard. Our stormwater experts can help your industrial operation get into compliance with your NPDES permit, regardless of the industry or where you're located. From marinas to concrete plants, furniture factories to mines, our stormwater permit experts are here to help your industrial operation handle compliance with ease.
Mining facilities across North Carolina can elect to use the NCG02 stormwater permit, provided they meet the criteria.Learn More
The NCG03 for metal fabricators in North Carolina can be tricky to get and stay in compliance with.Learn More
If your industrial facility uses stone, clay, or glass, the NCG07 stormwater permit is most likely your ideal permit.Learn More
Recycling facilities in North Carolina have different options - for some that means the NCG13 permit for non-metal wastes and scrap.Learn More
The NCG14 stormwater permit for ready mix concrete facilities can be challenging to remain in compliance with.Learn More
Asphalt & block producers operating facilities within North Carolina have their own permit, the NCG16 stormwater discharge permit.Learn More
Operations producing textiles within North Carolina can likely obtain coverage under the NCG17 stormwater permit.Learn More
One of North Carolina's largest industries, it's no surprise the NCG18 permit exists to cover furniture manufacturing facilities.Learn More
The NCG19 stormwater permit impacts thousands of facilities across North Carolina due to a large number of navigable waterbodies.Learn More
If you run a scrap metal site in North Carolina, the NCG20 stormwater permit is probably your best bet for compliance.Learn More
Differences in your industry classification can help to determine if your timber products facility needs the NCG21 permit.Learn More