Below are some useful links and web pages specific to the erosion control, landscaping, environmental compliance, and reclamation industries.

 

    • The new Construction General Permit (CGP) went into effect on February 16th, 2012.  Below are some of the specific changes to Notice of Intent (NOI) submission dates:

DEADLINES FOR SUBMITTING YOUR NOI AND YOUR DATE OF PERMIT COVERAGE

Type of Project Deadline to Submit Date of Permit Coverage
New Project (construction commencing on or after February 16, 2012)* At least 14 days prior to construction commencement 14 calendar days after EPA has acknowledged receipt of your NOI on the Agency’s website (https://www.epa.gov/npdes/electronic-notice-intent-enoi), unless EPA notifies you that your authorization has been delayed or denied.
Existing Project (construction commencing before February 16, 2012) No later than May 16, 2012 14 calendar days after EPA has acknowledged receipt of your NOI on the Agency’s website (https://www.epa.gov/npdes/electronic-notice-intent-enoi), unless EPA notifies you that your authorization has been delayed or denied.
New Operator of a New or Existing Project At least 14 days prior to construction commencement 14 calendar days after EPA has acknowledged receipt of your NOI on the Agency’s website (https://www.epa.gov/npdes/electronic-notice-intent-enoi), unless EPA notifies you that your authorization has been delayed or denied.
Emergency-Related Projects No later than 30 days after construction commencement You are considered provisionally covered under the terms and conditions of this permit immediately, and fully covered 14 calendar days after EPA has acknowledged receipt of your NOI, unless EPA notifies you that your authorization has been delayed or denied.

* Exception:  If you are scheduled to commence construction activities on or after February 16, 2012, but no later than  March 1, 2012, you must submit your NOI by no later than 30 calendar days after commencing earth-disturbing activities.

 

 

 

 

 

814 Solutions, LLC actively participates in many associations and organizations in the communities we work.  Below is a list of some of the organizations we support.

International Erosion Control Association – www.IECA.org

Associated General Contractors – NM Building Branch – http://www.AGC-NM.org/

Associated Contractors of New Mexico – www.ACONM.org

Society of Mining Engineers – http://www.SMENET.org/

National Association of Home Builders – http://www.NAHB.org/

International Association of Hydroseeding Professionals – http://www.Hydroseeding.org/

Associated Builders and Contractors – www.ABCNM.org

Texas Mine Reclamation Association – Texas Mine Reclamation Association

 

Associations We Are Affiliated With