Multi-Sector General Permit (Msgp) Compliance: Control Measure Assessment Report (Cmar) is a legal document that was released by the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality - a government authority operating within Arizona.
Q: What is the Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP)?
A: The Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) is a permit issued by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for stormwater discharges associated with industrial activities.
Q: What is a Control Measure Assessment Report (CMAR)?
A: A Control Measure Assessment Report (CMAR) is a report that evaluates the effectiveness of stormwater pollution control measures implemented at a facility to comply with the MSGP.
Q: What is the purpose of the CMAR?
A: The purpose of the CMAR is to assess the effectiveness of control measures in reducing or preventing stormwater pollution at industrial facilities.
Q: Who is required to submit a CMAR?
A: Industrial facilities that are covered by the MSGP are required to submit a CMAR to the appropriate regulatory agency, usually the state environmental agency or the EPA.
Q: What does the CMAR include?
A: The CMAR includes information on the stormwater control measures implemented at the facility, monitoring data, and an assessment of the effectiveness of those measures.
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