Long Term Storm Water
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Utah Post-Construction Inspections

Utah is making a push to require all businesses to implement a LTSWMP. This can affect any site that is post-construction that the city wants to target. These plans are separate from construction SWPPP plans. Along with requiring the plans, they also require that the site is inspected at least once per year. As with the regular construction SWPPP plan, each city is taking a different approach. Let us help you navigate through the process and reduce hassles.

Long-Term Stormwater Management (LTSWMP)

As the state ushers in new regulations dealing with stormwater, we want to make you aware that Erosion Control Services is here to help you through it! We look forward to preparing your Long Term Storm Water Managment documents. We have met with most MS4s to discuss the regulations being implemented.

If you need help with a LTSWM plan, please feel free to reach out with any questions!


EPA Launches New Guide for Long-Term Stormwater Planning


The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced a package of tools to help communities plan long-term strategies for managing stormwater pollution. EPA’s tools promote the use of flexible solutions that spur economic growth, stimulate infrastructure investments, and help compliance with environmental requirements.

The EPA has released a step-by-step guide to help communities develop long-term stormwater plans, a web-based toolkit for the planning process, and technical assistance for five communities to develop plans as national models. This approach was built on input from states, communities, industry, academia, and nonprofits.

Utah's Stormwater Compliance Experts

Looking for a quality SWPPP consultant in Utah? Well, look no further. We’re Erosion Control Services, available where you need us when you need us. Since 2011, we’ve been committed to being the best at what we do, serving clients by not just meeting their expectations, but exceeding them.
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