By simply having the Standard Industry Classification (SIC) Code, 2082, Malt Beverages, you must comply with the Industrial Activities General Permit (IGP) and submit one of the three compliance submittals to the State Water Board on their Storm Water Multiple Application and Report Tracking System (SMARTS) on or before July 1, 2015.
Most craft breweries will be able to use the NEC waiver, which will require annual re-certification and fees. Breweries with outside materials storage and brew processing will have to develop a SWPPP and submit the NOI along with higher annual certification fees. NONA is the least likely situation.
Learn more at this webinar, customized for The Craft Beer Attorney clients
- 2 hour training session – conducted by SCS Engineers
- Step by Step instructions on How to File for the Storm Water Permit
- Q&A with Regan Morey from the CA State Water Board
Prior to filing the NOI and SWPPP on July 1, 2015, dischargers may wish to evaluate their Facilities and implement measures to avoid becoming a Risk Level 1 for the following year, or subsequently, a Risk Level 2 Facility. SCS personnel are experts in storm water regulations and can help you make the appropriate cost-effective solutions for your business.
As always, The Craft Beer Attorney team is proud to offer customized expertise for the craft beer industry to ensure your time is well spent. For those of you with little time to spare, we are offering the webinar from the comfort of your home or office.