Continue to coordinate with El Segundo Public Works on Stormwater inspections to meet Los Angeles County and State requirements for NPDES compliance.
Design and coordinate with software developer to improve CUPA data management system. The system needs to fully meet California Environmental Report System (CERS) requirements for electronic data submission by January 2013 and also requires the establishment of policies and procedures for businesses and agencies to access data through El Segundo.
Revise Industrial Waste permit process and inspection criteria to address requirements identified during a recent audit of the City’s industrial waste through the National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) regulations. In addition, a new Fats, Oils and Grease (FOG) element will be considered in conjunction with the Public Works Department.
Conduct 100 environmental safety inspections for hazardous materials and hazardous waste documentation to comply with California Environmental Protection Agency standards for frequency of inspections.
Conduct 50 Stormwater inspections to complete required cycle of two inspections every five years and enforce City Stormwater policies.
Provide one hazardous materials and hazardous wate training for local businesses to meet annual training requirements for safe use and management of hazardous materials. In addition, the training will help educate local businesses on the City's environmental reporting requirements through new software and program elements.
Improve coordination of Beach Cities CAER to better manage available budget and to provide more outreach tools for the protection of human health and the environment.