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Accurate Environmental Services
AES is ready to create or manage your storm water program.

•  Design storm water collection points and detention basins.

•  Design Storm water Program with the needed 6 elements: Public Education, Public Participation, Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination, Construction Site Runoff Control, Post-Construction Runoff Control

  • Design Storm water Program with the needed 6 elements:
    • Public Education
    • Public Participation
    • Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination
    • Construction Site Runoff Control
    • Post-Construction Runoff Control
  • Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping

Accurate Environmental Services Short-Term Benefits
•  Runoff from construction activities can have an impact on water quality, contributing sediment & other pollutants from construction sites of 1 acre or larger. Statement of BMP may be required.

•  Access to trained staff that can enhance your current staff, assuring your program will be in place while not extending your current resources.

•  Take inventory of storm water and watershed features.

•  Reevaluate current plans to control flooding and handling of storm water flows

•  The ability to plot and graph storm water runoff with GIS technology.

•  Begin the process of planning future developments and the containment of storm water with local developers.

•  Access to Accurate's field samplers, thus avoiding immediate capital purchases of samplers whose starting cost is $7,000.00 dollars.

Storm Water Sampling
Accurate Environmental Field Services can provide fully automatic samplers which use rain sensors or flow detection to initiate the sampling event. To assure a flawless collection event, a manual storm water monitoring event can be performed. Our three Strategic Field Services Offices in Stillwater, Oklahoma City, and Tulsa allow quick response.

Phase II Storm Water Rules 
​​​​​​​The Phase II Rule automatically covers on a nationwide basis all small MS4s located in urbanized areas (UAs) as defined by the Bureau of the Census (unless waived by the NPDES permitting authority).

•  The Phase II Rule defines a small MS4 storm water management program (SWMP) as a program comprising six elements that, when implemented in concert, are expected to result in reductions of pollutants discharged into receiving water bodies.