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CPS can prepare a wide variety of plans and reports for submission to federal, state and local agencies - with guaranteed accuracy, and in compliance with the newest required electronic formats. CPS routinely completes and files a variety of environmental reports and plan for its existing clients including:

  1. Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans
    Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SPPPs) are a requirement of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) that regulates water quality when associated with construction or industrial activities. The SPPP addresses all pollutants and their sources, including sources of sediment associated with construction, construction site erosion, and all other activities associated with construction activity and controlled through the implementation of Best Management Practices (BMPs)
  2. Preparedness, Prevention and Contingency (PPC) Plans
    Industrial and commercial installations which have the potential for causing accidental pollution of air, land or water, or the endangerment of public health and safety are required to develop and implement PPC Plans. A PPC Plan is required for any NPDES Application for Storm Water Discharge General Permits or Water Management Permits.
  3. Health and Safety Plans (HASPs)
    A HASP demonstrates an organization's commitment to health and safety in the workplace by providing a clearly written statement of intent and plan of action for the prevention of accidents and occupational illness and injury. It meets the requirements of OSHA's Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) Standard and provides for a safe and healthful work environment by identifying and controlling hazards.
  4. Odor Minimization Plans (OMP)
    An OMP is an operational plan required for all compostable materials handling operations and facilities to prevent odors from occurring and to plan in advance the mitigation measures that should be taken if odors do occur. It also contains the site’s complaint investigation procedures which should include a 24 hour phone hotline for receipt of odor complaints, notification to regulatory agency and emergency procedures for the cease and desist of any operations that are causing odor impacts.
  5. Facility Operations Plans
    OPS Plans provide information to the person/entity responsible for operation and maintenance of the facility to ensure that the facility is adequately maintained to function as designed. The information that is provided in the O&M will help the maintenance personnel understand the facility, will provide guidance for inspection and maintenance operations specific to the type of facility, and will provide mechanisms for ensuring that the long-term maintenance of the facility is performed.
  6. Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plans
    The purpose of SPCC plans is to help facilities with oil storage capacity greater than 1,320 U.S. gallons or a completely buried storage capacity greater than 42,000 U.S. gallons prevent or minimize an oil discharge into or upon navigable waters of the U.S. or adjoining shorelines. SPCC Plans describe oil handling operations, spill prevention practices, discharge or drainage controls, and the personnel, equipment and resources at the facility.
  7. Air Emission Reports
    Most states require permitted sources to submit some form of report detailing the source’s actual emissions of air pollutants during the previous calendar year. Each state’s report is unique in terms of content, pollutants reported, de minimis levels, and methods of submittal. Emissions inventory reports are often used as the basis for emissions fees. The deadlines to submit air emissions inventory reports vary by jurisdiction, ranging from early February through July. Do you know your state’s reporting deadline? CPS can help!
  8. Wastewater Discharge Monitoring Reports
    Agencies issue effluent limitations for specific pollutants, pursuant to the Clean Water Act (CWA), the basis of which depends on the type of discharging facility, the discharge characteristics and status of the specific surface water body receiving the discharge. Most NPDES permits require facilities to submit monthly DMRs, but some permits require seasonal or semi-annual reporting.
Additional Plans and Reports include:
  • SARA Title III, TIER II, and TRI (Form R) reports
  • Spill/release reporting under U.S. DOT, EPA, RCRA requirements
  • Groundwater Monitoring Reports 
  • Corrective Action Reports;
  • EPA Biennial Waste Reports
  • Sampling and Analysis Plans (SAP)
  • Quality Assurance Project Plans (QAPP) 
Online Reporting including:
  • DNREC State & Local Emission Inventory System (SLEIS)
  • EPA Central Data Exchange (CDX)
  • EPA Tier2 Submit
  • NJDEP Remote AIMS Data Input User System (RADIUS)
  • NJDEP Online Business Portal

How can we help you?

For more information on how CPS can help you meet your Reporting or Online Submission requirements, contact:

Program Manager,
Water Quality Permitting Services