Water resource management demands action. No industry or business is exempt from increasingly stringent federal, state, and local regulations for water resource management. When it comes to stormwater it all depends on the category of the facility that’s subject to stormwater regulations — construction site, industrial site, or municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4) — the type of inspection the EPA conducts will be specific to your operation. For lift stations or pumps, local municipalities can require monthly inspections or maintenance depending on the type of facility or operations. Ensuring a partnership with a trusted vendor that understands the local, state, and federal requirements of your location strengthen environmental stewardship, prevents ecological disasters, and protects your property’s assets from potential failures.
Across the country, AQUALIS helps a wide variety of customers with their water management needs for stormwater management and lift stations, including national retailers, logistics providers, engineering firms, hospitals, educational and industrial facilities, real estate management companies, distribution centers, municipalities, commercial property owners, and airports.
Additionally, we have strong relationships with regulators across the country and can act as your representative to help mitigate any issues that have been brought forth and prevent in the future. With key self-performing crews across the U.S., AQUALIS provides localized expertise on a national scale.
National and regional retailers
Preventing flooding and sinkholes in loading docks and parking lots
Cleaning out trash and debris; removing sediment, the largest stormwater asset pollutant
Supporting environmental stewardship efforts and promoting positive press coverage
Ensuring proper function of sanitation systems to reduce smell, downtime and business interruption
Servicing back-ups due to improper disposal of non-flushable products
Propose ROI grinder installations to increase the life-span of lift station assets
Reducing emergency services for wastewater back-ups that impact store hours and customers
No impact to customers or operations
Wide range of businesses in the industrial sector
Providing assistance with regulator inspections and monitoring reports, which include reviewing stormwater permit, the SWPPP, and stormwater records and reports; interviewing personnel knowledgeable of the SWPPP or SWMP and facility operations; reviewing and observing best management practices and control measures in place; and sampling stormwater discharges if appropriate.
Reviewing components of lift station systems to reduce emergency visits; ensuring compliance for localized regulations; providing environmental stewardship to reduce wastewater spills and overflows
Distribution centers, commercial property owners, GCs, and engineers
Providing assistance with regulator inspections, which include reviewing stormwater permit, the SWPPP, and stormwater records and reports; interviewing personnel knowledgeable of the SWPPP or SWMP and facility operations; participating in the pre-NOT inspection; reviewing and observing best management practices and control measures in place; and sampling stormwater discharges if appropriate.
Partnering during construction to consult, inspect, and conduct preventative maintenance
Offering post-construction preventative maintenance for stormwater and lift stations to remain compliant throughout building’s lifespan
Assisting with turnover inspections to ensure systems were constructed per design
Providing inspection and documentation, corrective action tracking, regulatory compliance and submissions, bond release inspections
Supply rehabilitation and repair services for lift station and pump assets to increase the life span of systems
Cities, counties, highway systems, and more
Assisting with MS4 audits designed to provide a comprehensive review of primary facets of the stormwater management program, including control of illicit discharges, discharges from construction sites (active and post-construction), discharges from industrial facilities, implementation of pollution prevention/good housekeeping practices, and involvement of and outreach to the public.
Providing post-construction preventative maintenance that can help keep municipalities compliant and set expectations for others
Assessing lift station and pump assets for rehabilitation or repair to ensure asset longevity
Local and regional hospitals, as well as local, regional, and national senior living centers
Providing preventative maintenance and corrective action repairs for stormwater and lift stations
Appropriately address back-ups due to PPE or unflushable items with grinder installations to reduce downtime and backups
Can offer emergency response
A variety of educational institutions, from K–12 to universities, public and private
Offering unique experience and expertise through longtime partnerships with schools and universities
Providing preventative maintenance and corrective maintenance for stormwater management and lift station management
National, regional, and local commercial real estate and property management companies
Serving strip malls, malls, commercial properties, multifamily housing, office space, logistics real estate
Offering assistance at all levels, whether managed locally, regionally, or nationally
Providing preventative maintenance to reduce the chances of parking lot and loading dock flooding
Supplying preventative lift station maintenance to diminish sewage backups and overflows that impact clients
Offering nationwide services for multi-sites for cohesive services and reporting consistency
Delivering inspection and repair services for parking lot assets to reduce the risk of customer injury
Keeping stormwater assets compliant to regulations established by EPA as well as local, county, and state laws
Removing trash and debris, sediment, invasive species and animal control; managing vegetation, cleaning systems, and replacing when needed
Large international airports to small regional airports and private locations
Maintaining stormwater assets in an effort to keep from flooding and keep runways efficient and safe
Ensuring maintenance of private stormwater systems
Performing regular inspections required by NPDES (National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System) regulations
Performing preventative maintenance throughout the year to ensure compliance for stormwater and lift station
Assisting in diminishing smells, backups and interruption of services to residents
Helping to prevent flooding, potholes, sinkholes
Find out more about what it takes to manage your stormwater with this educational and informative whitepaper.