What is the definition of an “Operator” of a construction site? How do I know if I am the one that needs to apply for the CGP?
You must apply if you meet either of the two parts of the definition of “Operator” in Part IX of the CGP (page 31). This means you should apply for permit coverage if you have operational control over the construction plans and specifications, including the ability to make modifications to those plans and specifications (e.g., owner or developer of project), or you have day-to-day operational control of those project activities that are necessary to ensure compliance with a stormwater pollution prevention plan for the site or other permit conditions (e.g., general contractor). However, where your activity is part of a larger common plan of development or sale, you are only responsible for the portions of the project for which you meet the definition of “operator.
- What is the definition of an "Operator" of a construction site? How do I know if I am the one that needs to apply for the CGP?
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