Districtwide NPDES Permit Compliance Services

E Sciences is under contract with the FDOT in Districts One, Three, Four and Five to provide NPDES program compliance services. Under these contracts, E Sciences provides support to the FDOT for both Phase I and Phase II regulated areas in 42 counties that stretch from the Panhandle to South Florida.

Services provided by E Sciences include the preparation and submittal of Phase I and Phase II MS4 annual reports to the FDEP; annual inspection of the Department’s maintenance yards; stormwater asset inspections; environmental compliance site inspections; inventory and mapping of MS4 outfalls; and Illicit Discharge Detection, Spill Prevention, and Construction Site Erosion Control training for FDOT employees.

E Sciences provides technical support on behalf of FDOT Districts Four and Five for TMDL and BMAP activities for the Lake Jesup, Ocklawaha River, Middle St. Johns River, Wekiva River/Springs, Silver Springs, Banana River Lagoon, North and Central Indian River Lagoon, St. Lucie River and Lake Okeechobee Basins. During the development of each BMAP,
E Sciences’ involvement includes reviews of FDEP models, reviewing pollutant loading data to ensure fair and equitable pollutant load allocations, and developing project inventories.

E Sciences also led the development of the BPCP for fecal Coliform impairments in Gee Creek located in Seminole County and the North Fork Snake Creek Canal in Broward County. Efforts included: potential source identification of fecal Coliform bacteria, an interactive “Maps on the Table” session, a review of historical monitoring data, and a field event to ground truth potential sources.