New Stringent Water Quality Rules For Construction Sites Adopted By State Water Board

On Wednesday, September 2nd, after three years of issuing drafts and taking in written and oral comments, the State Water Resources Control Board adopted the revised general permit that regulates water quality at construction sites throughout the state (the Permit). The Permit will fundamentally change the way that new development and redevelopment projects are designed and managed during construction—adding significant costs and exposing landowners to substantial risk of fines.

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