E&A provides PCSMP inspections for the Greater Omaha Packing 2011, 2017 and Box Storage additions. Greater Omaha Packing is responsible for maintaining one BaySeparator, one bio-retention basin, two StormTech systems and a series of Bio Clean downspout filters. StormTech systems and BaySeparators collect and treat stormwater underground, while bio-retention basins collect and treat stormwater above ground. Downspout filters treat stormwater runoff from building rooftops, and they are particularly effective at treating roof runoff from industrial facilities. Bio Clean downspout filters allow for the effective treatment of stormwater when there is limited space for post-construction stormwater management features.
E&A was hired by Greater Omaha Packing to conduct annual inspections and prepare inspection reports for their facilities to meet the requirements outlined by the City of Omaha. The Greater Omaha Packing facility operates on approximately 20-acres of land in the meatpacking district of south Omaha.
Note: As of July 1, 2008, the City of Omaha requires the installation of post-construction stormwater management features as part of new land development to comply with the requirements in their Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit. Post-construction stormwater management applies to land development that results in an increase of impervious surface area greater than 5,000 square feet.
Greater Omaha Packing
City of Omaha