Inspecting the stormwater system periodically and evaluating where problems might occur allows utilities to take a proactive approach to prevent problems before they arise. Inspecting and cleaning catch basins is the primary preventative maintenance step that can be incorporated into a successful Capacity Management Operation and Maintenance (CMOM) program. Managing your CMOM program using a cloud based operations and asset management system will save you and your staff time and money, eliminate management inefficiencies and ensure the best management practices are being facilitated. Schedule and complete inspections, cleanings, follow-up repairs and access historical data anywhere and on any modern device.
Stormwater best management practices (BMP’s) are implemented under the stormwater phase II rule stating owners and operators of small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System facilities, better known as MS4 facilities, are responsible for executing BMP inspections and maintenance programs. Stormwater BMP programs are established to manage a community’s stormwater program enforcing routine inspections and maintenance. Routine maintenance and inspections help prevent undesirable buildup of sediment, debris, litter, vegetation, mosquitoes, and odors. Managing your Stormwater BMP program using a cloud based operations management system will save you and your staff time and money, eliminate management headaches, and ensure all of your stormwater sites are compliant and functioning properly.