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.