ASP will make sure your site is in the proper position to be 100% compliant with the new rules. ASP has trained experienced certified professionals who have been actively involved in the construction industry for over 30 years. Our facilitated leadership management practices will ensure that your project site continues to operate with out interruption and remain in compliance with the requirements of the new CGP. We have mastered the rules, implemented the practices and refined our approach so that your site will consistently be violation free, allowing your site supervisors to focus on more productive and less costly issues.


Advanced Stormwater Protection, Inc. provides us with budgets, strategies, SWPPP implementation and compliance. Advanced Stormwater Protection, Inc has become part of our project team and provides the crews information on what they need to stay in compliance with the CGP. We know that we can depend on ASP. Inc’s team to be there whenever we need Stormwater guidance and cost-effective solutions.

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ASP, Inc will prepare the following document required for your project registration:

  1. Notice of Intent (NOI)
  2. Risk Assessment Worksheet
  3. Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP)

ASP, Inc. will provide a Qualified SWPP Developer (QSD) and Qualified SWPP Practitioner (QSP) to perform a full site audit and/or weekly inspections for all areas of the designated construction site covered under the SWPPP.  All findings will be documented and reviewed with the project’s Legally Responsible Person (LRP). If  reporting is required by the Construction General Permit  ASP, Inc. will file all reports via the State’s ‘SMART’ system.

ASP, Inc’s qualified QSD/QSP will prepare a Rain Event Action Plan (REAP) for each likely precipitation event.  The REAP is mandated by the Construction General Permit and designed to protect all exposed portions of the site within 48 hours of any likely precipitation event (50% change of precipitation in the project area).  All findings will be documented and kept onsite in accordance with the Construction General Permit.

ASP, Inc’s qualified QSD/QSP will  perform a site inspection once every 24-hour period during all extended storm events.  This inspection will identify and record BMPs that need maintenance to operate effectively, that have failed, or that could fail to operate as intended.  All findings will be documented and kept on site in accordance with the Construction General Permit.

ASP, Inc’s qualified QSD/QSP will inspect storm water discharges at all discharge locations after each qualifying rain event and visually inspect the site to identify whether BMPs were adequately designed, implemented and operating effectively, identify additional BMPs needed and revise the SWPPP accordingly.  All findings will be documented and kept on site in accordance with the Construction General Permit.

ASP, Inc will provide a QSD/QSP and trained staff during qualified storm events to obtain water samples at pre-designated locations.  The water sampling staff will have the ability to test the water samples for pH  and Turbidity on site or deliver samples to an authorized laboratory for analysis.  Water sampling services will included a written report of water sample results and recommendations of corrective actions if needed.  A qualifying storm event is defined as a storm producing precipitation of .5″ or more.

ASP, Inc’s QSD/QSP will inspect all identified drainage areas for the presence of non-storm water discharge.  This is a State required inspection; all findings will be documented and kept on site in accordance with the Construction General Permit.

ASP, Inc will upload and electronically file SWPPP inspection, monitoring and tracking documents into the State’s Stormwater-Multi-Action Reporting and Tracking System (SMARTS)

Our site specific plans are clear, concise, and expertly designed. We evaluate your project site, assess your potential pollutant sources and recommend cost effective BMPs (Best Management Practices). Additionally, we determine storm water outfalls, establish sampling points; and construct a facility diagram, a potential pollutant diagram, and a monitoring diagram.

We compose easy to use Monitoring Plans with all required Storm Water Observation Forms and Non-Storm Water Observation Forms. We will assist your Pollution Prevention Team and/or entire staff in BMP implementation and regular maintenance. ASP, Inc will constantly monitor all potential rain events and notify you of pending storms so you can be prepared. These monitoring services are proven to increase compliance and protect you from costly violation fines. ASP, Inc Clients have found this service to be an extremely convenient and cost-effective way for maintaining compliance, reducing risk, and gaining peace of mind.

ASP’s trained staff will determine the parameters that need to be tested, take your storm water samples and have the samples analyzed onsite or at a California State Certified Lab. ASP, Inc will then document the results and provide records for your onsite documentation as required by the new Construction General Permit. This data will also be incorporated into your Annual Report that will be filed by ASP, Inc.

We select and refine your business’ BMPs for efficient and effective implementation and potential pollutant reduction. BMPs can be structural or non-structural. We provide proven cost-effective methods to suit all types of companies and their specific ongoing construction activities.

Before the September 1 deadline, ASP, Inc will perform the required year end summary of your projects compliance by consolidating all the records that have been created including runoff sampling analysis reports. All of this data is incorporated into the composition of the California Mandated Annual Report. Finally, we facilitate signature and submittal of the Annual Report to the appropriate RWQCB (Regional Water Quality Control Board) or SWRCB (State Water Resource Control Board), and obtain proof of delivery for our clients.