MS4 Compliance Assessments — Act Now for FY18 Budgeting
In April, EPA issued the revised General Permit for Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) in Massachusetts. The permit becomes effective July 1, 2017, so it is crucial to start preparing now.
Tata & Howard’s MS4 Compliance Assessments help municipalities determine how they already comply with the new requirements, what else must be completed to comply, and how much it will cost. The assessment also provides a well-planned course of action that is defendable when justifying projects and procuring funding. Complete your assessment now and be prepared for your FY18 budget.
We are currently scheduling MS4 Compliance Assessments to ensure municipalities have sufficient time to submit FY18 budgetary requests. Contact our Stormwater Project Manager Jon Gregory, P.E. for more information or to request an assessment.
Tata & Howard has extensive experience assisting Massachusetts municipalities and coalitions with MS4 compliance. Learn more:
For information on the revised permit, visit https://www3.epa.gov/region1/npdes/stormwater/MS4_MA.html