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California State Water Board Workshop on Changes to Industrial Stormwater General Permit

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The California State Water Resources Control Board (“State Water Board”) held a workshop today to discuss significant changes to the General Permit for stormwater associated with industrial activity. The new General Permit, as discussed in an April 2, 2014 Alston & Bird LLP post, takes effect July 1, 2015. Notable changes in General Permit requirements are listed in the State Water Board’s Summary of Significant Changes. Among other prominent changes, the new General Permit makes it mandatory for dischargers to submit and certify all reports electronically on the SMARTS system, requires [...]Read more

California State Water Board Approves New Industrial Stormwater Permit

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On April 1, 2014,after more than a decade of analysis and debate, the California State Water Resources Control Board approved a new statewide industrial stormwater permit increasing and changing the requirements of industrial facilities to control storm water discharges from their sites. The Industrial General Permit (IGP), which is a statewide general National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit, regulates the discharge of storm water associated with industrial activity under requirements of the U.S. EPA. The IGP will regulate stormwater at sites such as manufacturing facilities, [...]Read more