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2017 Oklahoma Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit Renewal

In July of 2017, the Oklahoma Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (OPDES) Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) for storm water discharges from industrial facilities (OKRO5) is scheduled to renew. Renewal will require the submission of a new Notice of Intent (NOI) that certifies your Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) with the 2017 MSGP.

Based on the Draft Permit that has been issued, changes to the rules are expected to require revisions to most SWPPPs.

Unlike most SWPPPs which are written by consultants for consultants, Timber Creek’s SWPPP is written by consultants for the operator.

Is it time to update your SWPPP?

Ask yourself these questions:

  1. Can I (or anyone else) quickly and easily identify what has to be done and when, to stay in compliance with my permit?
  2. Does my SWPPP  comply with the requirements of the 2017 OPDES MSGP?
  3. Are my monitoring requirements current for "impaired waters" or "other monitoring" that have been added to the permit?
  4. Does my SWPPP take advantage of the flexibility afforded in the permit? Including substantially similar outfalls to reduce the sampling requirements.

If your answer to any one of these questions is NO, then you should consider a new SWPPP in conjunction with submission of your NOI and permit renewal.




Quick and easy identification of your annual permit requirements in 30 minutes or less.

Detailed SWPPP maps.

Streamlined formatting to minimize the text. We don’t regurgitate it, we distill it!

Simple and straight-forward forms for compliance.

Call us to schedule a meeting so you can review our 2017 SWPPP prototype and get a FREE rain gauge.

You have to see it to believe it (and appreciate the simplicity)



1011 W. Lewis Street

Conroe, Texas 77301



5057 Keller Springs Rd., Suite 300

Addison, Texas 75001


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