Construction sites have long been identified as a large contributor to urban runoff pollution if the proper pollution prevention practices are not regularly performed. Materials washed into the storm drain have a direct impact on local waterways and habitat living in that environment.Due to this high potential for urban runoff pollution, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) has stepped up their efforts to keep Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP’s) compliant to the National Pollution Discharge Elimination Systems (NPDES). All of these mandated criteria are part of the US Clean Water Act and mandates the utilization of Best Management Practices (BMP’s) on construction sites. Potential discharges into the storm drain systems from concrete work has become a priority of the federal and state EPA, water quality control officials, regional and local inspectors as well as a strategic target of the advocacy andenvironmental groups.With Green Washout Services delivery system, the Washout Bin can be placedexactly where you want it, no wasting time relocating after receiving your Bin. Our containers are highly mobile with 11” wide angled fork pockets spaced 40” apart that will fit most adjustable lifts, and 4 18,000 pound steel D-rings can be used by a crane.Green Washout Services was created to ensure compliance with Federal Regulations, to satisfy advocacy groups and protect the Paint and Construction industry.
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