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About Green Globe Environmental

Green Globe Environmental was established in 2017 with one goal in mind, and that goal was to provide great customer service and to provide a value engineering approach to stormwater compliance. We work hard to provide the most cost-effective solution to each of your projects without jeopardizing compliance. We provide a wide array of services from SWPPP development, inspection services, development of temporary erosion and sediment control plans. We also provide supplies for BMP controls and maintenance such as concrete washouts, hydroseeding, and dust control, to name a few. Green Globe Environmental has the ability to secure any materials your project requires. Contact us to get started today.

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Consulting Services

SWPPP as a Living Document

Stormwater pollution prevention plans are only effective when implemented properly and continuously updated to accommodate changes in staff and construction conditions. Green Globe Environmental provides the solutions you need to remain NPDES permit compliant. Our comprehensive stormwater services include:

  • SWPPP development
  • Inspections

Our crew includes a certified erosion and sediment control engineer and certified sediment and erosion control/stormwater quality inspectors. We know permitting requirements and processes and have the field experience to identify the BMPs that will work best for your terrain and project budget. Contact us for the stormwater solutions you need.

Cost-effective stormwater pollution prevention solutions

Call us at 888-712-5120 to talk to a certified stormwater expert.

Stormwater Pollution Prevention Inspections

The EPA, state, and local agencies are serious about water pollution prevention. That is why your stormwater pollution prevention plan (SWPPP) must include a schedule for regular inspections to make sure that your controls are working.

Green Globe Environmental, LLC provides inspection services to help you maintain National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit compliance.

NPDES Inspection Requirements

Every NPDES permit holder is required to have regular inspections to ensure the effectiveness of implemented BMPs. However, the frequency of inspections varies for each project.

For most construction projects, inspections are required:

  • Every 14 days
  • Within 24 hours of a rain event of .25 inches or greater

For industrial operators, your SWPPP should include two types of inspections:

  • Routine facility assessments, the schedule for which will be determined by the nature of the operations
  • Comprehensive annual inspections

Projects or industrial operations near an at-risk waterbody may introduce additional inspection requirements, such as water sampling.

Green Globe Environmental Pollution Prevention Inspections

Inspections must be conducted by a professional who understands NPDES permit requirements, stormwater pollution prevention BMPs and erosion and sediment control. While New Mexico does not require inspectors to possess professional certification, Green Globe Environmental, LLC inspectors do possess the only two nationally recognized certifications for stormwater inspection:

  • Certified Erosion, Sediment and Stormwater Inspector (CESSWI)
  • Certified Inspector of Sediment and Erosion Control (CISEC)

Our inspectors have years of experience in the field. In addition to identifying compliance issues, they can help you develop cost-effective remedies and maintenance strategies.

Contact us for regular inspections and comprehensive stormwater pollution prevention services.

Cost-effective stormwater pollution prevention solutions

Call us at 888-712-5120 for inspection services required under NPDES permit.

 

Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan Engineering

Non-compliance with National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit regulations can shut down your construction project or industrial operations. To keep your project moving forward, you need a stormwater pollution prevention plan (SWPPP) that is effective, easy to implement and cost-effective.

Green Globe Environmental, LLC in Albuquerque, NM and El Paso, TX has the engineering expertise you need to develop an SWPPP that meets your needs.

Why You Need Engineering Services

Developing an SWPPP for a construction project is no easy task. You must identify potential sources of pollutant discharge before any equipment or materials have been delivered to the site. An experienced engineer can help you understand what construction operations are likely to release pollutants and/or threaten soil stability. An engineer can also help you identify BMPs that will most effectively (and cost-effectively) prevent pollutant discharge and/or erosion.

Engineer with the Certification and Experience You Need

Green Globe Environmental, LLC has the engineering expertise you need to develop a comprehensive SWPPP. Our engineer possesses:

  • More than 20 years of experience in the field
  • Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) certification
  • Certified Professional in Storm Water Quality (CPSWQ) certification

We have developed SWPPPs, erosion and sediment control plans and other types of civil plans for residential, commercial and military contractors. We strive to help you prevent ecological disturbances without jeopardizing the profitability of your project.

Contact us for all your SWPPP needs—development, implementation, and maintenance.

Cost-effective stormwater pollution prevention solutions

Call us at 888-712-5120 for professional engineering consultation on your SWPPP.

Effective Stormwater Pollution Prevention

Stormwater pollution prevention has been a requirement for contractors and industrial operators since it was authorized by the Clean Water Act of 1972. Even if you are new to stormwater pollution prevention, you need not waste time “recreating the wheel.” Control measures’ performance has been researched and analyzed, leading to a number of principles and practices that can help make your stormwater pollution prevention plan (SWPPP) more effective.

Stormwater Pollution Prevention General Principles

The EPA has outlined a number of principles that should be applied to every SWPPP to integrate preventive and active measures:

  • Pollution prevention
    Preventing pollutants from being discharged into local waterbodies is both cheaper and better for the environment than remediation measures.
  • Minimizing exposure
    Pollution can be reduced or eliminated by the careful handling and storage of potential pollutants where they do not come into contact with water from storm events.
  • Combining controls
    The most effective SWPPP include both structural controls, like inlet protection and silt fences, and non-structural controls, including good housekeeping practices and employee training.
  • Examining your site’s pollutant sources
    In order to prevent pollution, you must be able to locate potential point sources. Pollutant sources must be identified on the project or facility sitemap in your SWPPP.
  • Maximizing infiltration
    Reducing the volume and velocity of stormwater runoff by allowing water to be absorbed by the ground helps prevent or reduce erosion.
  • Using existing vegetated areas
    Existing vegetation, whether natural or engineered, can be an effective and cost-effective BMP for sediment and/or erosion
  • Buffering on-site/adjacent water bodies or drainage systems
    Minimizing the amount of stormwater that flows to your site from neighboring land can reduce the potential and capacity of stormwater to carry pollutants to local waterbodies.

The most effective SWPPPs combine preventive and active stormwater pollution controls, and applying these principles will ensure that your plan does.

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