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Montana Stormwater

Montana State Overview

In Montana, the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is authorized to administer the NPDES Program through the Montana Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (MPDES) Program.

In 1990, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) disseminated rules establishing all Phase I construction of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Permitting Program. Phase I addressed, among other discharges, discharges from large construction activities disturbing five (5) acres or more of land. In Montana, since 1992 the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has been issuing general permits for storm water discharges from larger construction projects through the MPDES Program.

Phase II of the NPDES Permitting Program covered smaller construction activities disturbing between one (1) and five (5) acres. Phase II was initiated by EPA in 1999. Montana since has incorporated the MPDES Phase I and Phase II storm water management requirements.

As per the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), all project site operators whose construction sites will result in a disturbance (areas that are subject to clearing, excavating, grading, stockpiling earth materials, and placement/removal of earth material) performed during construction projects of equal to or greater than one (1) acre of total land area is required to obtain permit coverage under the General Permit for Storm Water Discharges Associated with Construction Activity General Permit.

A project site owner or operators requiring coverage under the General Permit for Storm Water Discharge Associated with Construction Activity must file an application through the Montana DEQ’s Water Protection Bureau. The owner/operator must submit the following documentation for coverage review and consideration: (1) a Notice of Intent (NOI); (2) a Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP); and (3) an application fee (fluctuates depending on the total acres of disturbed land).

In Montana, the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) is authorized to administer the NPDES Program through the Montana Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (MPDES) Program.

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CBI Systems (Beaumont, TX)

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MS4web 2.0 is a completely web-driven stormwater compliance tracking system that is now available as a powerful new approach for MS4 entities! [Read More]

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CloudCompli (Aliso Viejo, CA)

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Manually managing stormwater data is difficult and eats up resources. The CloudCompli platform makes it simple to collect, analyze and store stormwater data. CloudCompli saves you time and gives you clarity, all while protecting the environment. [Read More]

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EZinletfilter

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Made of coconut fiber and coated for durability these inlet filters can weather the storm! We offer the EZinlet filter in 27" x 30" pads that come in packs of 10. A simple to use installation kit is included with each filter. The EZinlet filter pads can easily be rolled and secured in order to be used on a curbside inlet allowing the water to drain while keeping you and your construction site compliant. [Read More]

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FODS (Englewood, CO)

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FODS Trackout Control Mats (TCM) replace ineffective and costly traditional trackout entrances, saving you valuable time and money. Our proprietary mat design works to effectively remove mud and sediment from your vehicle tires without damaging the tire or the ground’s surface. [Read More]

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PaveDrain (Milwaukee, WI)

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PaveDrain System is a Permeable Articulating Concrete Block that maximize onsite stormwater capacity during extreme storm events. [Read More]

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Rinker Materials (Westfield, MA)

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Rinker Materials – Concrete Pipe Division, a QUIKRETE Company, is one of the nation’s largest and leading manufacturers of concrete pipe and related products. Founded in 1963 and acquired by QUIKRETE in 2017, Rinker Materials is an industry leader in product innovation, technical expertise, high quality products, safety and customer service. [Read More]

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WaterTectonics (Everett, VA)

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WaterTectonics designs and manufactures water treatment solutions for clients in oil & gas, mining, industrial, and construction applications. [Read More]

Bio Clean Environmental Services, Inc. ( Oceanside, CA)

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Bio Clean Environmental Services has one mission: to provide you with the best stormwater management solution.

Clean Way (Portland, OR)

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CleanWay® Environmental Partners offers a broad range of environmental services, including catch basin and bio-swale cleaning.

From an average construction site, 30 tons of sediment per acre is eroded into nearby waterways.


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