Services We Offer
We offer a wide range of services such as Stormwater Pond Maintenance, Inlet & Pipe Repairs, Drainage Issues, Inspections, Site Work, General Property Maintenance and NPDES monitoring
How can we help you?
Annual compliance inspections of stormwater facilities is not only a good idea, but in many cases, it is a local or state requirement.
Stormwater Pond Maintenance
Stormwater ponds collect, store and slowly release runoff to help prevent downstream flooding. Lack of inspections/maintenance is the primary cause of stormwater pond failures. Ponds that are poorly maintained can become a liability. For a stormwater pond to function as designed, it must be properly maintained.
Stormwater Inlet & Pipe Repairs
Stormwater inlets collect runoff to prevent flooding. One of the major causes of sinkholes at an inlet is water intrusion around the structure.
Without proper stormwater drainage, your property can be exposed to extensive damage.
Sometimes some grading, storm, water, and sewer installation is needed – we can handle all of that in house.
General Property Maintenance
Properties must adhere to certain city and community guidelines. Some of our service options include weedeating, mowing street shoulders and litter removal.
Best Management Practices (BMP’s) are vegetative measures and structural practices to control the erosion of soil and the resulting sedimentation.
We provide all services for compliance with the NPDES general permit. Our services are cost effective and reduce potential governmental and civil liability.
The ‘National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System’ or NPDES permit regulates point source discharges of stormwater to the waters of the State of Georgia from construction activity. The Clean Water Act prohibits anybody from discharging “pollutants” through a “point source” into a “water of the United States” unless they have an NPDES permit to ensure that the discharge does not hurt water quality or people’s health. The State of Georgia Environmental Protection Division NPDES Permit requires monitoring and storm water sampling for all sites one acre or more with land disturbing activity.