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CP211: QPSWPPP - Qualified Preparer of Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans - New York

Type: Online | Price: $659.00

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Program Overview

The 16.5-hour, Qualified Preparer of Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (QPSWPPP) online credentialing program is comprised of six (6) courses and corresponding exams.

This program educates individuals to prepare Construction Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) in compliance with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program.

As a QPSWPPP, you will receive a dual credential as a QCIS, which qualifies you to inspect and maintain construction sites for stormwater compliance. This program covers the principles and practices of erosion and sediment control as well as the proper reporting and documentation requirements for ensuring compliance under the NPDES permit program.

This program has been reviewed and recognized by the EPA and is a Level 300 United States Green Build Council approved training.

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CP211R: QPSWPPP-Recert - Qualified Preparer of Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans Recert - New York

Type: Online | Price: $359.00

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Program Overview

The 9-hour, Qualified Preparer of Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (QPSWPPP) online recert program is comprised of six (6) courses and corresponding exams.

This program is designed to re-educate individuals who possess a QCIS or QPSWPPP credential to prepare compliant Construction Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs).

As a QPSWPPP, you will receive a dual credential as a QCIS, which qualifies you to inspect, and maintain construction sites for stormwater compliance. This program covers the principles and practices of erosion and sediment control as well as the proper reporting and documentation requirements for ensuring compliance under the NPDES permit program.

This program has been reviewed and recognized by the EPA and is a Level 300 United States Green Build Council approved training.

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CI211: QCIS - Qualified Compliance Inspector of Stormwater - New York

Type: Online | Price: $559.00

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Program Overview

The 14-hour, Qualified Compliance Inspector of Stormwater (QCIS) online certificate program is comprised of five (5) courses and corresponding exams. 

This credentialing program educates individuals to properly inspect and maintain a construction site in compliance with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit program.

This program educates students on the principles and practices of erosion and sediment control, pollution prevention as well as the proper reporting and documentation requirements for ensuring compliance under the NPDES permit program.

This program has been reviewed and recognized by the EPA and is a Level 300 United States Green Build Council approved training.

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CI211R: QCIS-Recert - Qualified Compliance Inspector of Stormwater Recert - New York

Type: Online | Price: $279.00

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Program Overview

The 7-hour, Qualified Compliance Inspector of Stormwater (QCIS) online recert program is comprised of five (5) courses and corresponding exams.

This program is designed to re-educate individuals who possess a QCIS or QPSWPPP credential to properly inspect and maintain a construction site in compliance with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program.

This program covers the principles and practices of erosion and sediment control, pollution prevention as well as the proper reporting and documentation requirements for ensuring compliance under the NPDES permit program.

This program has been reviewed and recognized by the EPA and is a Level 300 United States Green Build Council approved training.

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CS2OG: Oil & Gas - Stormwater Management for Oil and Gas Construction Activities

Type: Online | Price: $599.00

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Program Overview

The 15-hour, Stormwater Management for Oil and Gas Construction Activities online certificate program is comprised of seven (7) courses and corresponding exams.

This credentialing program is a problem-centered curriculum which covers conditions commonly encountered during oil and gas construction activities pertinent for stormwater management. 

The program is designed for individuals involved in stormwater management for oil and gas construction activities including inspectors, plan designers, regulators and BMP installers.

The program's central focus educates and trains on how to select, install and maintain Best Management Practices (BMPs) for common conditions encountered during oil and gas exploration and construction activities.

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CS2OGR: Oil & Gas-Recert - Stormwater Management for Oil and Gas Construction Activities Recert

Type: Online | Price: $299.00

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Program Overview

The 15-hour, Stormwater Management for Oil and Gas Construction Activities online recert program is comprised of seven (7) courses and corresponding exams.

This credentialing program is a problem-centered curriculum which covers conditions commonly encountered during oil and gas construction activities pertinent for stormwater management. 

The program is designed for individuals involved in stormwater management for oil and gas construction activities including inspectors, plan designers, regulators and BMP installers.

The program's central focus educates and trains on how to select, install and maintain Best Management Practices (BMPs) for common conditions encountered during oil and gas exploration and construction activities.

Prerequisites: Stormwater Management for Oil and Gas Construction Activities (Code: CS2OG)

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CSR00: Federal Construction General Permit

Type: Online | Price: $179.00

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Program Overview

This 4.5-hour computer based training course educates professionals about the Federal Construction General Permit.  The Federal Construction General Permit covers stormwater and non-stormwater related construction discharges to waters of the United States from construction sites with a land disturbance area of one acre or more.

The Federal Construction General Permit is applicable for construction sites within Idaho, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Indian Country lands, federal facilities, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and all other U.S. territories.

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CSR00R: Federal Construction General Permit Recert

Type: Online | Price: $179.00

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Program Overview

This 4.5-hour computer based training course educates professionals about the Federal Construction General Permit.  The Federal Construction General Permit covers stormwater and non-stormwater related construction discharges to waters of the United States from construction sites with a land disturbance area of one acre or more.

The Federal Construction General Permit is applicable for construction sites within Idaho, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Indian Country lands, federal facilities, District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and all other U.S. territories.

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MS299: MS4 Bundle: Six Minimum Control Measures

Type: Online | Price: $499.00

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Program Overview

This is a bundle of StormwaterONE online courses regarding the Six Minimum Control Measures (MCMs) for Phase II Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) operators.

Operators of regulated small MS4s are required to design their programs to: reduce the discharge of pollutants to the “maximum extent practicable” (MEP), protect water quality, and satisfy the appropriate water quality requirements of the Clean Water Act.

The implementation of these six elements and associated Best Management Practices (BMPs) are expected to result in significant reduction of pollutants discharged into receiving waterbodies.

 


Curriculum Includes:

1) Public Education and Outreach
Distributing educational materials and performing outreach to inform citizens about the impacts polluted stormwater runoff discharges can have on water quality.

2) Public Participation/Involvement
Providing opportunities for citizens to participate in program development and implementation, including effectively publicizing public hearings and/or encouraging citizen representatives on a stormwater management panel.

3) Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination
Developing and implementing a plan to detect and eliminate illicit discharges to the storm sewer system (includes developing a system map and informing the community about hazards associated with illegal discharges and improper disposal of waste).

4) Construction Site Runoff Control
Developing, implementing, and enforcing an erosion and sediment control program for construction activities that disturb 1 or more acres of land (controls could include silt fences and temporary stormwater detention ponds).

5) Post-Construction Runoff Control
Developing, implementing, and enforcing a program to address discharges of post-construction stormwater runoff from new development and redevelopment areas. Applicable controls could include preventative actions such as protecting sensitive areas (e.g., wetlands) or the use of structural BMPs such as grassed swales or porous pavement.

6) Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping
Developing and implementing a program with the goal of preventing or reducing pollutant runoff from municipal operations. The program must include municipal staff training on pollution prevention measures and techniques (e.g., regular street sweeping, reduction in the use of pesticides or street salt, or frequent catch-basin cleaning).

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CSPP1: Principles and Practice of ESC Series

Type: Online | Price: $449.00

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Program Overview

This 9-hour computer based training series is intended to serve as adjunctive training for individuals who have attended a state specific permit training program and are seeking a more comprehensive understanding of the Principles and Practices of Erosion Control, Sediment Control, and Pollution Prevention.

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CI111A: Stormwater Management for Construction Activities Advanced- (Level 1 Advanced - Contractors, Field Maintenance, Foreman)

Type: Online | Price: $279.00

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Program Overview

This Level 1 Advanced program covers an overview of the Clean Water Act, the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program, the proper installation and maintenance of temporary pollution controls (Best Management Practices - "BMPs") and On-Site Construction Inspections.

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CI111AR: Stormwater Management for Construction Activities Advanced Recert - (Level 1 Advanced - Recert)

Type: Online | Price: $279.00

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Program Overview

This Level 1 Advanced program covers an overview of the Clean Water Act, the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program, the proper installation and maintenance of temporary pollution controls (Best Management Practices - "BMPs") and On-Site Construction Inspections.

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CI111: Stormwater Management for Construction Activity

Type: Online | Price: $239.00

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Program Overview

This Level 1 program covers an overview of the Clean Water Act, the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program, and the proper installation and maintenance of temporary pollution controls (Best Management Practices - "BMPs").

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CI111R: Stormwater Management for Construction Activity Recert

Type: Online | Price: $239.00

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Program Overview

This Level 1 program covers an overview of the Clean Water Act, the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program, and the proper installation and maintenance of temporary pollution controls (Best Management Practices - "BMPs"

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MO199: Public Education, Outreach and Involvement for MS4s

Type: Online | Price: $79.00

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Program Overview

StormwaterONE’s online course for Public Education, Outreach and Involvement for MS4s is designed to cover some of the key components necessary for a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) to adhere to the first two of the six (6) Minimum Control Measures (MCMs) that an operator of an MS4 is required to include in its Stormwater Management Program (SWMP).  These control measures are required to meet the conditions of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit.  

This course will cover the requirements, BMPs and Measurable Goals to be developed and implemented for the first Minimum Control Measure which is Public Education and Outreach and the second Minimum Control Measure which is Public Participation and Involvement.

An informed and knowledgeable community is crucial to the success of a Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) since it helps to ensure the following:

  • Greater support for the program as the public gains a greater understanding of the reasons why it is necessary and important. Public support is particularly beneficial when operators of MS4s attempt to institute new funding initiatives for the program or seek volunteers to help implement the program; and
  • Greater compliance with the program as the public becomes aware of the personal responsibilities expected of them and others in the community.  This includes the individual actions they can take to protect or improve the quality of area waters.

As authorized by the Clean Water Act (CWA), the NPDES permit program controls water pollution by regulating point sources that discharge pollutants into waters of the United States.  The NPDES program has Phase I and Phase II rulings and control measures.  This course also provides a history of the NPDES program as well as an introduction to the MS4 Program for Phase I and Phase II entities.

Guidelines for developing and implementing these control measures are covered in addition to the reasons why public education and outreach as well as public participation and involvement are required.  Educational materials, strategies, forming partnerships, reaching diverse audiences and communities are discussed.  Implementation challenges are reviewed including alternative advertising methods and targeting population sectors.

Detailed BMPs and specific and quantifiable Measurable Goal examples for each of these BMPs are provided that can be directly used in a Phase I and Phase II Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP).

This course also provides MS4 recordkeeping and annual reporting guidelines as well as a sample Annual Report and additional resources.

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MO199R: Public Education, Outreach and Involvement for MS4s Recert

Type: Online | Price: $79.00

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Program Overview

StormwaterONE’s online course for Public Education, Outreach and Involvement for MS4s is designed to cover some of the key components necessary for a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) to adhere to the first two of the six (6) Minimum Control Measures (MCMs) that an operator of an MS4 is required to include in its Stormwater Management Program (SWMP).  These control measures are required to meet the conditions of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit.  

This course will cover the requirements, BMPs and Measurable Goals to be developed and implemented for the first Minimum Control Measure which is Public Education and Outreach and the second Minimum Control Measure which is Public Participation and Involvement.

An informed and knowledgeable community is crucial to the success of a Stormwater Management Program (SWMP) since it helps to ensure the following:

  • Greater support for the program as the public gains a greater understanding of the reasons why it is necessary and important. Public support is particularly beneficial when operators of MS4s attempt to institute new funding initiatives for the program or seek volunteers to help implement the program; and
  • Greater compliance with the program as the public becomes aware of the personal responsibilities expected of them and others in the community.  This includes the individual actions they can take to protect or improve the quality of area waters.

As authorized by the Clean Water Act (CWA), the NPDES permit program controls water pollution by regulating point sources that discharge pollutants into waters of the United States.  The NPDES program has Phase I and Phase II rulings and control measures.  This course also provides a history of the NPDES program as well as an introduction to the MS4 Program for Phase I and Phase II entities.

Guidelines for developing and implementing these control measures are covered in addition to the reasons why public education and outreach as well as public participation and involvement are required.  Educational materials, strategies, forming partnerships, reaching diverse audiences and communities are discussed.  Implementation challenges are reviewed including alternative advertising methods and targeting population sectors.

Detailed BMPs and specific and quantifiable Measurable Goal examples for each of these BMPs are provided that can be directly used in a Phase I and Phase II Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP).

This course also provides MS4 recordkeeping and annual reporting guidelines as well as a sample Annual Report and additional resources.

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MI199: Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE)

Type: Online | Price: $99.00

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Program Overview

StormwaterONE’s online course for Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) covers key components necessary for a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) to develop and maintain an IDDE Program.  This course covers the available tools that are associated with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) of the Clean Water Act (CWA) to establish or re-establish your MS4 IDDE Program. 

This course provides insight into finding the sources of discharges and highlights problems in identifying illicit discharge sources.  This course also provides information on illicit discharge detection, clues and possible findings, conducting inspections and sampling as well as non-stormwater outfall discharges with examples. 

In addition outfall monitoring, program mapping considerations, common approaches to outfall screening including typical physical and chemical indicators are covered.  Information on inspection documentation, investigation, reporting and environmental crimes are covered.  Lastly, it provides tips on developing an effective IDDE Program.

As authorized by the Clean Water Act (CWA), the NPDES permit program controls water pollution by regulating point sources that discharge pollutants into waters of the United States.  The NPDES program has Phase I and Phase II rulings and control measures.  This course defines where IDDE is one of the six (6) Minimum Control Measures (MCMs) that the operator of a Phase II regulated small MS4 is required to include in its stormwater management program to meet the conditions of the NPDES permit.

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MI199R: Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) Recert

Type: Online | Price: $99.00

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Program Overview

StormwaterONE’s online course for Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) covers key components necessary for a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) to develop and maintain an IDDE Program.  This course covers the available tools that are associated with the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) of the Clean Water Act (CWA) to establish or re-establish your MS4 IDDE Program. 

This course provides insight into finding the sources of discharges and highlights problems in identifying illicit discharge sources.  This course also provides information on illicit discharge detection, clues and possible findings, conducting inspections and sampling as well as non-stormwater outfall discharges with examples. 

In addition outfall monitoring, program mapping considerations, common approaches to outfall screening including typical physical and chemical indicators are covered.  Information on inspection documentation, investigation, reporting and environmental crimes are covered.  Lastly, it provides tips on developing an effective IDDE Program.

As authorized by the Clean Water Act (CWA), the NPDES permit program controls water pollution by regulating point sources that discharge pollutants into waters of the United States.  The NPDES program has Phase I and Phase II rulings and control measures.  This course defines where IDDE is one of the six (6) Minimum Control Measures (MCMs) that the operator of a Phase II regulated small MS4 is required to include in its stormwater management program to meet the conditions of the NPDES permit.

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MR199: Construction Site Runoff Control for MS4

Type: Online | Price: $149.00

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Program Overview

StormwaterONE’s online course for Construction Site Runoff Control for MS4s is designed to cover some of the key components necessary for a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) to adhere to the fourth Minimum Control Measure (MCM) that an operator of an MS4 is required to include in its Stormwater Management Program (SWMP).

This Construction Site Runoff Control Minimum Control Measure is required to meet the conditions of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit.  As authorized by the Clean Water Act (CWA), the NPDES permit program controls water pollution by regulating point sources that discharge pollutants into waters of the United States. 

The EPA Phase II Final Rule requires an operator of a regulated small MS4 to develop, implement, and enforce a program to reduce pollutants in stormwater runoff to their MS4 from construction activities that result in a land disturbance of GREATER than or EQUAL to ONE (1) acre.

The MS4 operator is required to have an ordinance or other regulatory mechanism requiring the implementation of proper erosion and sediment controls, and controls for other wastes, on applicable construction sites.  Other requirements include having procedures for site plan review of construction plans that consider potential water quality impacts and procedures for site inspection and enforcement of control measures.

Operators must determine the appropriate BMPs and measurable goals.  The following BMPs are detailed including: Silt fence, slope drains, hydro-mulch, vegetative stabilization, various types of check dams, inlet protection types, dust control, track-out, street sweeping, waste control, and spill reporting.  Several videos are included that cover the selection, inspection and maintenance procedures.

Quantifiable Measurable Goal examples are provided for multiple BMPs. These can be used in a SWMP.  They are intended to gauge permit compliance and program effectiveness.  MS4 recordkeeping and the MS4 Annual Report are explained in this course.  Additional resources are provided from the EPA and other stormwater agencies as well.

Also, there are additional StormwaterONE courses for construction site inspectors as well as preparers of the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs) in the following two credentialing programs:

  •    The Qualified Compliance Inspector of Stormwater (QCIS) program is                  comprised of five (5) courses and corresponding exams; and
  •    The Qualified Preparer of Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (QPSWPPP) program is comprised of six (6) courses and corresponding exams.
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MR199R: Construction Site Runoff Control for MS4 Recert

Type: Online | Price: $149.00

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Program Overview

StormwaterONE’s online course for Construction Site Runoff Control for MS4s is designed to cover some of the key components necessary for a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) to adhere to the fourth Minimum Control Measure (MCM) that an operator of an MS4 is required to include in its Stormwater Management Program (SWMP).

This Construction Site Runoff Control Minimum Control Measure is required to meet the conditions of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit.  As authorized by the Clean Water Act (CWA), the NPDES permit program controls water pollution by regulating point sources that discharge pollutants into waters of the United States. 

The EPA Phase II Final Rule requires an operator of a regulated small MS4 to develop, implement, and enforce a program to reduce pollutants in stormwater runoff to their MS4 from construction activities that result in a land disturbance of GREATER than or EQUAL to ONE (1) acre.

The MS4 operator is required to have an ordinance or other regulatory mechanism requiring the implementation of proper erosion and sediment controls, and controls for other wastes, on applicable construction sites.  Other requirements include having procedures for site plan review of construction plans that consider potential water quality impacts and procedures for site inspection and enforcement of control measures.

Operators must determine the appropriate BMPs and measurable goals.  The following BMPs are detailed including: Silt fence, slope drains, hydro-mulch, vegetative stabilization, various types of check dams, inlet protection types, dust control, track-out, street sweeping, waste control, and spill reporting.  Several videos are included that cover the selection, inspection and maintenance procedures.

Quantifiable Measurable Goal examples are provided for multiple BMPs. These can be used in a SWMP.  They are intended to gauge permit compliance and program effectiveness.  MS4 recordkeeping and the MS4 Annual Report are explained in this course.  Additional resources are provided from the EPA and other stormwater agencies as well.

Also, there are additional StormwaterONE courses for construction site inspectors as well as preparers of the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs) in the following two credentialing programs:

  •    The Qualified Compliance Inspector of Stormwater (QCIS) program is                  comprised of five (5) courses and corresponding exams; and
  •    The Qualified Preparer of Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (QPSWPPP) program is comprised of six (6) courses and corresponding exams.
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MP199: Post-Construction Stormwater Maintenance

Type: Online | Price: $99.00

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Program Overview

StormwaterONE’s online course for Post-Construction Stormwater Maintenance covers Post-Construction stormwater maintenance on various types of Best Management Practices (BMPs) including:  Structural, Manufactured, Low Impact Development (LID), and Above and Below Ground Detention and Retention systems.  Examples of these types of BMPs include:  Bioretention facilities, Rain gardens, Vegetated “Green” roofs, Catch basins, Inlets/outlets, and Oil water separators.

Post-construction stormwater management in areas undergoing new development or redevelopment is necessary because runoff from these areas has been shown to significantly affect receiving water bodies.

This course covers Post-Construction maintenance tasks, issues, causes and correction of deficiencies as well as repair strategies for BMPs.  The BMP maintenance tasks are for MS4s, developers, and property owners to address stormwater runoff after construction activities have completed.

As authorized by the Clean Water Act (CWA), the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program controls water pollution by regulating point sources that discharge pollutants into waters of the United States.  The NPDES program has Phase I and Phase II rulings and control measures.

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MP199R: Post-Construction Stormwater Maintenance Recert

Type: Online | Price: $99.00

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Program Overview

StormwaterONE’s online course for Post-Construction Stormwater Maintenance covers Post-Construction stormwater maintenance on various types of Best Management Practices (BMPs) including:  Structural, Manufactured, Low Impact Development (LID), and Above and Below Ground Detention and Retention systems.  Examples of these types of BMPs include:  Bioretention facilities, Rain gardens, Vegetated “Green” roofs, Catch basins, Inlets/outlets, and Oil water separators.

Post-construction stormwater management in areas undergoing new development or redevelopment is necessary because runoff from these areas has been shown to significantly affect receiving water bodies.

This course covers Post-Construction maintenance tasks, issues, causes and correction of deficiencies as well as repair strategies for BMPs.  The BMP maintenance tasks are for MS4s, developers, and property owners to address stormwater runoff after construction activities have completed.

As authorized by the Clean Water Act (CWA), the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit program controls water pollution by regulating point sources that discharge pollutants into waters of the United States.  The NPDES program has Phase I and Phase II rulings and control measures.

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MG199: Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operators

Type: Online | Price: $119.00

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Program Overview

StormwaterONE’s online course for Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operators is designed to cover some of the key components necessary for a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) to adhere to the sixth Minimum Control Measure (MCM) that an operator of an MS4 is required to include in its Stormwater Management Program (SWMP).

This control measure is required to meet the conditions of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit.  As authorized by the Clean Water Act (CWA), the NPDES permit program controls water pollution by regulating point sources that discharge pollutants into waters of the United States.

The Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping Minimum Control Measure requires the MS4 operator to examine and then alter their own actions to help ensure a reduction in the amount and type of pollution that:

  • Collects on streets, parking lots, open spaces, and storage and vehicle maintenance areas and is discharged into local waterways; and
  • Results from actions such as environmentally damaging land development and flood management practices or poor maintenance of storm sewer systems.  Minimizing the potential pathways for contaminants carried in runoff is a key way to control pollutant discharges from MS4s.

This course will cover types and sources of pollution, MS4 implementation procedures including requirements of an operator, guidelines for development, and key components of the SWMP.  The MS4 inventory process is outlined in detail along with planning process key components, steps to generate and maintain the inventories, and determining fixed facilities and field programs.  Identifying potential pollutant generating activities are also discussed. The MS4 assessment process is included for fixed facilities and field programs to identify and select BMPs as well as defining BMP objectives.

New construction, the Construction General Permit (CGP), the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) are discussed focusing on requirements and mandates that must be upheld to stay in compliance on a construction site.

The following BMPs are detailed including: Construction waste, material storage, secondary containment, dust control, track out, street sweeping, and general pollution prevention standards.  Pavement cleaning, litter control, and equipment and vehicle cleaning guidelines are included. Spill reporting and spill kits on construction sites are also covered.

MS4 recordkeeping, construction site recordkeeping, the Notice of Intent, signed certifications, and the MS4 Annual Report are explained in this course.  Additional resources are provided from the EPA and other stormwater agencies.

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MG199R: Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operators Recert

Type: Online | Price: $119.00

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Program Overview

StormwaterONE’s online course for Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operators is designed to cover some of the key components necessary for a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) to adhere to the sixth Minimum Control Measure (MCM) that an operator of an MS4 is required to include in its Stormwater Management Program (SWMP).

This control measure is required to meet the conditions of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit.  As authorized by the Clean Water Act (CWA), the NPDES permit program controls water pollution by regulating point sources that discharge pollutants into waters of the United States.

The Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping Minimum Control Measure requires the MS4 operator to examine and then alter their own actions to help ensure a reduction in the amount and type of pollution that:

  • Collects on streets, parking lots, open spaces, and storage and vehicle maintenance areas and is discharged into local waterways; and
  • Results from actions such as environmentally damaging land development and flood management practices or poor maintenance of storm sewer systems.  Minimizing the potential pathways for contaminants carried in runoff is a key way to control pollutant discharges from MS4s.

This course will cover types and sources of pollution, MS4 implementation procedures including requirements of an operator, guidelines for development, and key components of the SWMP.  The MS4 inventory process is outlined in detail along with planning process key components, steps to generate and maintain the inventories, and determining fixed facilities and field programs.  Identifying potential pollutant generating activities are also discussed. The MS4 assessment process is included for fixed facilities and field programs to identify and select BMPs as well as defining BMP objectives.

New construction, the Construction General Permit (CGP), the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) are discussed focusing on requirements and mandates that must be upheld to stay in compliance on a construction site.

The following BMPs are detailed including: Construction waste, material storage, secondary containment, dust control, track out, street sweeping, and general pollution prevention standards.  Pavement cleaning, litter control, and equipment and vehicle cleaning guidelines are included. Spill reporting and spill kits on construction sites are also covered.

MS4 recordkeeping, construction site recordkeeping, the Notice of Intent, signed certifications, and the MS4 Annual Report are explained in this course.  Additional resources are provided from the EPA and other stormwater agencies.

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GI111: Introduction to Low Impact Development (LID)  

Type: Online | Price: $59.00

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Program Overview

StormwaterONE’s online Low Impact Development (LID) for Stormwater Management course is designed to educate students on Low Impact Development (LID) practices and concepts. The goals, tools, costs, methods, as well as Best Management Practices (BMPs), implementation and maintenance of LID for stormwater management will be covered.

This course is designed to educate students on a variety of LID practices and systems that mimic or preserve natural drainage processes to result in the infiltration, evapotranspiration or use of stormwater in order to protect water quality and associated aquatic habitat.

LID is an ecologically friendly approach to site development and stormwater management that aims to mitigate development impacts to land and water.

The goal of any construction project is to design a hydrologically functional site that mimics predevelopment conditions. This is achieved by using design techniques that infiltrate, filter, evaporate, and store runoff close to its source. Rather than rely on costly large-scale conveyance and treatment systems, LID addresses stormwater through a variety of small, cost-effective landscape features located on-site. 

Low Impact Development relates directly to construction because it is very easy to ruin the post-construction function of a LID BMP during the construction process.

Low Impact Development focuses more on providing GREENER stormwater infrastructure as well as the following:

  • Maintaining and restoring natural hydrology,
  • Protecting natural resources,
  • Fulfilling environmental regulations,
  • Using science, plants and healthy soil, and
  • Maintaining and restoring the natural hydrology.

The LID approach emphasizes the integration of site design and planning techniques that conserve the natural systems and hydrologic functions of a site. With urbanization and development, more impervious surface pavement and asphalt is added. This increases the volume of stormwater. When that is not managed properly, drainage systems are stressed.

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CSSC1: Intro to Erosion and Sediment Control / Subcontractor Awareness Course

Type: Online | Price: $59.00

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Program Overview

This 1.5 hour online course will educate non-land disturbing subcontractors and support staff on the basic principles and practices of erosion and sediment control, and promote the importance of complying with stormwater regulations for construction activities.

This course has been reviewed and recognized by the EPA and is a Level 100 United States Green Build Council approved course.

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CSSC1R: Intro to Erosion and Sediment Control / Subcontractor Awareness Course Recert

Type: Online | Price: $59.00

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Program Overview

This 1.5 hour online course will educate non-land disturbing subcontractors and support staff on the basic principles and practices of erosion and sediment control, and promote the importance of complying with stormwater regulations for construction activities.

This course has been reviewed and recognized by the EPA and is a Level 100 United States Green Build Council approved course.

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WEB01: Low Impact Development and the Basics of Bioretention

Type: Webinar | Price: Free!

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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

Type: Webinar | Price: Free!

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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

Type: Webinar | Price: Free!

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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

Type: Webinar | Price: Free!

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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

Type: Webinar | Price: Free!

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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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This was a great course!

This was a great course!!!!! I am new to Stormwater inspection but I do feel that I have a good grasp of the program and how to perform a detailed inspection. Thanks!


Rating: 5.0 / 5.0

Tim H.
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