Town of Moncks Corner's Stormwater Management Program for Land Disturbance Activities
Effective June 1, 2021, the Town of Moncks Corner located in Berkeley County will begin implementation of the South Carolina Stormwater Management and Sediment Reduction Program for land disturbance activities. The Town of Moncks Corner has received delegation under S.C. Regulation 72-300 to develop, implement, and enforce a program that includes the plan review and approval/disapproval, site inspection, and enforcement components. In addition to the minimum standards and criteria of S.C. Regulation 72-300, the Town will also be reviewing for all requirements included in the NPDES Construction General Permit. This program must include provisions for the review of Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs) for construction activities. Beginning June 1, 2021, SWPPPs and applications for construction activities must be submitted to the Town of Moncks Corner and receive approval from the Town prior to DHEC's issuance of coverage under the NPDES Construction General Permit. Requests for NPDES Construction permit coverage and Coastal Zone Consistency (CZC) Certification can be submitted to DHEC concurrently with application to the Town of Moncks Corner should this be necessary to expedite permitting times. DHEC will continue performing the stormwater management technical review on any project located within the Town of Moncks Corner’s incorporated limits that is submitted to DHEC prior to June 1, 2021.
NPDES Stormwater Discharges from Construction Activities General Permit Resissued
The Department has reissued the NPDES General Permit for Stormwater Discharges from Construction Activities (SCR100000) on January 29, 2021. Please find below a link to the permit and the response to public comments. The permit will become effective on March 1, 2021.
Things to Know:
• In the coming weeks, DHEC staff will post a revised Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan Template that construction site operators and consulting engineers may use.
• In the coming weeks, DHEC will post an updated form D-0451, auto-coverage form for very small projects in the coastal zone
• As noted in the Fact Sheet, the reissued permit is demonstrably similar to the previous permit. Please consult the Fact Sheet for specific updates.
• Construction site operators granted coverage under the previous permit are automatically covered under the reissued permit and do not need to submit a new NOI.
- Overview - Construction
- Stormwater & COVID-19
- Less Than 1 Disturbed Acre
- 1 - 2 Disturbed Acres
- More than 2 Disturbed Acres
- Individual Residential Lots
- Applications & Forms
- As-Built Surveys
Guidance and Tools
- Best Management Practices (BMPs)
- BMP Handbook
- Construction General Permit
- Design Aids & Guidance
- Water Quality Information Tool
- Links to Other Stormwater-Related Websites
Stormwater Permit Submission and Review Process
Contact, Location Info