Industrial Stormwater Annual Report & Level 2 Countdown

How to Jumpstart Your Compliance Readiness, Response & Planning

With the deadline for stormwater Annual Reports quickly approaching, experts from from Mapistry and the California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) hosted an exclusive webinar to offer guidance on ways that you can evaluate compliance readiness, mitigate legal risk, and prepare for the long term health of your stormwater compliance program.

Download this webinar to get exclusive insights on Industrial Stormwater Annual Report requirements.

Compliance violations under the Industrial General Storm Water Permit (IGP), particularly those that qualify you for Level 1 or 2 status, can significantly affect your business. How should you respond? What steps should you take to bring pollutant levels back to baseline? How can you prepare and prevent future liability risks?

Experts from Mapistry and the California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) co-hosted a 1-hour master class to help answer these questions and to effectively evaluate and respond to compliance problems before they turn into violations, lawsuits, and penalties.

Download the webinar recording to learn:

  • Important steps to assess your compliance posture, detect issues, and prevent violations
  • Actionable ways to keep stormwater programs updated, efficient, and continuously compliant
  • How to simplify documentation and reporting
  • Compliance readiness tips to get your stormwater program under control
  • Ryan Janoch Founder of Mapistry

    Ryan is the founder of Mapistry which provides stormwater services and online stormwater compliance software to industrial facilities. He is a California licensed professional engineer with nationwide experience in stormwater program compliance for hundreds of industrial sites, including ready-mix concrete plants, metal recyclers and bulk marine terminals. Ryan is a former member of the State of Virginia’s Stormwater BMP Clearinghouse Committee, which is responsible for establishing BMP pollutant removal efficiencies. He has a MS in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland and a BS in Biology and Geology from Tufts University.

  • Rebecca Greenwood SWRCB (Guest)

    Rebecca Greenwood is an Environmental Scientist with the State Water Resources Control Board, Industrial and Construction Stormwater Unit. She previously worked at the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board (RWQCB) in the Stormwater Compliance and Enforcement Unit. Rebecca has a degree in Geology from Cal Poly Pomona.