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WEB01: Low Impact Development and the Basics of Bioretention

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Program Overview

Low Impact Development (LID) embodies a paradigm shift in how land is developed and how storm water is managed from that development. LID is achieved through the implementation of techniques that mimic pre-development hydrologic conditions by addressing storm water runoff at the source point versus the “end of the pipe.” The bioretention system, which reduces runoff volumes while decreasing pollutant loads found in nonpoint source flow, represents one of the most commonly applied Low Impact Development devices in green infrastructure today. This webinar will introduce the basics of bioretention systems, how they work, why they work and how they can save on project costs.

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WEB02: Green Infrastructure Solutions for Wet Weather

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Program Overview

From March 2013, this Free CEU webinar addresses Green Infrastructure in the U.S. and abroad and touches on the U.S. rules and regulations for G.I. implementation.

  • Dr Les Lampe, Vice President, Black & Veatch Corporation
  • Jeff Henson, Director of Water Resources and Associate Vice President, Black & Veatch
  • Jim Schlaman, Project Engineer, Black & Veatch
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WEB03: Collaborative Stormwater Management Solutions

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Program Overview

This FREE webinar will address the the environmental, physical and financial solutions that can be jointly applied for stormwater management in the United States. 

  • Kathryn Edwards, Project Manager, Arcadis, U.S., Inc
  • Pete Yakimowich, P.E., Senior Consultant, ARCADIS
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WEB04: Understanding EPA’s NPDES MS4 Permit Program

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Program Overview

From the March 2012 Storm Water Solutions Virtual Expo, this Stormwater ONE/Storm Water Solutions CEU webinar will address the many changes occurring at present and anticipated in the near future for EPA’s NPDES Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit program.

  • Pete Yakimowich, P.E., Senior Consultant, ARCADIS
  • Dan Markowitz, Ph.D., Principal Scientist, ARCADIS
  • Anwer Ahmed, P.E., DWRE, Vice President, Stormwater Discipline, ARCADIS
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WEB05: Management for Oil and Gas Operations

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Program Overview

This webinar will cover the basics of erosion and sediment control for oil and gas operations. The discussion topics will include how to select, install and maintain appropriate Best Management Practices (BMP) for erosion and sediment control based on common site conditions such as constructing a well pad location, pipelines and access roads. The program will focus on effective preventative techniques to control erosion. Additional topics will include how to implement sediment removal practices as well key elements of conducting an inspection of erosion and sediment control features.

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WEB06: Urban Hydrology and Green Stormwater Infrastructure

Type: Webinar | Price: Free!

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Program Overview

Green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) has positioned itself as a solution for many issues facing urban environments, not just stormwater.Because of this, there is a lot of hype around the US among municipalities, engineers, and urban planners to name a few. This presentation will go over the basics of urban hydrology, the history of how we got here, and modern issues that GSI can address. We will review GSI solutions and lessons learned. Drawing from my experience on the ground with pilot projects in New York City and Philadelphia, I will share my thoughts and recommendations moving forward.

Panelist: Scott Jeffers, PE, PhD

Organizers: Andrew Demers

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WEB07: Basic Stormwater Calculations

Type: Webinar | Price: Free!

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Program Overview

This presentation will go over stormwater calculations associated with designing a bioretention basin for a suburban site.Topics covered include the concept of design storms, total storm volume, basin storage, peak flow rates, IDF curves, pipe sizing, and basic bioretention design.

Panelist: Scott Jeffers, PE, PhD

Organizers: Andrew Demers

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CSR00AM: Federal Construction General Permit (CGP): Appendices and Modifications

Type: Online | Price: Free!

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Program Overview

EPA finalized a modification to the NPDES 2017 Construction General Permit (CGP), which covers eligible stormwater discharges from construction activities in areas where the EPA is the permitting authority. The final modified permit takes effect on June 27, 2019.

After EPA issued the original 2017 CGP in January 2017, both the National Association of Home Builders and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation filed petitions for review in the D.C. Circuit. Based on new information provided to EPA, the Agency proposed a permit modification on December 12, 2018, for a 45-day comment period to clarify the intent of certain permit requirements.

The final modification, which is substantially similar to the proposal, removes examples of the types of parties that could be considered operators in the definition of operator; aligns three requirements that implement the Construction and Development Effluent Limitations Guidelines (ELG) and New Source Performance Standards (NSPS) with the ELG text; and clarifies individual operator responsibilities in multiple operator scenarios.

The final modified 2017 CGP replaces the original 2017 CGP, but does not affect the eligible coverage area; the number or type of entities eligible to be covered by the permit; nor the five-year permit term of the original 2017 CGP, meaning the modified 2017 CGP will still expire on February 16, 2022. This modification does not affect state-issued CGPs.

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