Alabama Department of Environmental Management
An initiative of the Alabama Soil & Water Conservation Committee to provide tools and educational information about the wise use of our abundant natural resources so future generations can enjoy the same Alabama the Beautiful we know and love.
Alabama Department of Transportation
Homebuilder’s Association of Alabama
The leader in providing QCI (Qualified Credentialed Inspector) training in Alabama. The course, a joint effort between the HBAA and the Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM), provides tools and strategies to help achieve and maintain compliance with the ADEM stormwater general permit on all construction sites.
Provides training in storm water pollution prevention regulations and requirements for construction sites in Alabama.
Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet: Department of Environmental Protection
The agency in charge of permitting in Kentucky
University of Kentucky: Kentucky Transportation Center Technology Transfer Center
Kentucky Stormwater Association
The organization to which most MS4’s in Kentucky belong
A Gateway to Kentucky environmental law
A Gateway to Kentucky environmental regulations
North Carolina Department of Environmental Management
NC requires applicable construction sites to design and develop an Erosion and Sediment Control Plan.
In addition, the Plan must incorporate the requirements of the Construction Stormwater Permit.
This combined package is considered as the Construction SWPPP.
Post construction stormwater associated with construction development is also regulated in all coastal counties and various other counties and watersheds.
North Carolina Department of Transportation
NCDOT manages a state-wide stormwater program for a comprehensive transportation network.
North Carolina State University (NCSU)
NCSU provides training opportunities for construction stormwater designers, contractors, and installers.
NCSU Sediment and Erosion Control Research and Education Facility (SECREF)
NCSU is the premier education and outreach institution for erosion, sediment, and turbidty research in the state. Dr. Rich McLaughlin coordinates operations at SECREF.