Storm Water Management

Fleet Management Services facilities strive to maintain compliance with our storm water management National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System facility permits required by the Maryland Department of the Environment.

Fleet’s facilities are equipped with oil-water separators, Stormceptors, Baysavers, and other storm water treatment devices to treat runoff from the impervious surfaces at our facilities. All Fleet facilities have Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) containing best practices for reducing exposure of materials used in our operations to storm water runoff.

Some examples of best practices for our operations are:

- Enclosed or indoor storage of materials
- Secondary containment for chemical liquids storage
- Indoor vehicle washing
- Maintenance performed indoors whenever possible
- Spill kits located throughout the shops and liquids storage areas
- Promptly clean up spills and leaks
- Routine lot sweeping
- Keep areas neat and orderly
- Routine inspections of our facilities