Changing the Rules: How Will New Stormwater Regulations Affect Municipal Programs?
Tuesday, August 23, 2011
This year at StormCon our panel of experts from throughout the stormwater industry will discuss recent changes and trends in the way stormwater is managed, offer their insights on what will develop in the next few years, and answer your questions. All attendees are invited. Bring your comments and questions and participate! Be part of the national stormwater conversation.
Panalists include: Michael Harding, CPESC, GeoSyntec Consultants, Paul Crabtree, PE, president, Crabtree Group Inc., Anna Lantin, PE, CPESC, CPSWQ, vice president, RBF Consulting Surface Water, Roger C. Sutherland, PE, principal water resources engineer, AMEC Earth & Environmental Inc., and Glenn R. Rink, founder, president, CEO, AbTech Industries Inc.
REGULAR CONFERENCE COURSES (Download Complete Details of Each Course Offering in PDF)
BMP CASE STUDIES
Examples of structural and nonstructural best management practices to achieve water-quality goals
Low-impact development (LID) techniques as well as smart growth and other green infrastructure practices
STORMWATER PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
Funding, public education and outreach, staffing, regulatory compliance, and other elements of managing a successful program.
Water-quality assessment, monitoring and sampling techniques, and modeling practices.
ADVANCED RESEARCH TOPICS
Comparing BMP performance, evaluating testing protocols, and trends in stormwater research.
EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL
Erosion and sediment control practices for construction sites, advanced treatment systems, and long-term stabilization of streams, channels, and slopes.
INDUSTRIAL STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
Stormwater management and permitting for publicly and privately owned facilities, including treatment methods for industrial discharges and regulatory trends.
NEW - PREPARING FOR THE RISING TIDE:
Coastal Protection Symposium Infrastructure protection in coastal cities, ports, and industrial complexes in the face of sea level rise and potential shoreline changes. See page 27 of the conference program.
(Download the 2011 Conference Program to find schedule and more)