Stormwater Management

Our staff can assist you with NPDES permit compliance, stormwater management programming, expansion of stormwater utilities, ordinance development, water quality monitoring, watershed assessments, watershed protection planning and low-impact development approaches.

National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permit Compliance
EPG will work with you to help your staff understand, comply with, and identify resources to implement the various requirements associated with NPDES regulatory programs, such as the NPDES Phase I & Phase II Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Permit Program, NPDES Wastewater Discharge/Land Application System Permit Program, and the NPDES Industrial Stormwater General Permit Program. Read More

Stormwater Management Programming
EPG can assist you by performing an assessment of your current stormwater management programs and identifying strategies to address your local program needs, which may include regulatory compliance, operations and maintenance, system inventory and condition assessment, capital program implementation, system masterplanning, and development regulation. Read More

Stormwater Utilities
EPG specializes in building a compelling case for your stormwater service delivery enhancement and identifying additional funding resources for implementation. Read More

Ordinance Development
EPG can assist your with development of stormwater management ordinances to regulate new development, infill and redevelopment. Read More

Water Quality Monitoring
EPG can perform in-situ field screening and water quality sampling in support of your watershed assessment, water quality trend analysis, and NPDES permit compliance program. Read More

Watershed Assessments and Watershed Protection Planning
EPG can perform Watershed Assessments and develop Watershed Protection Plans in compliance with your NPDES Wastewater Discharge and LAS permit requirements. Read More

Green Infrastructure / Low Impact Development Engineering and Design
EPG can assist you in identifying low impact development (LID) and better site design approaches and developing engineering design plans to solve drainage problems and meet local stormwater requirements. Read More