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Free Webinar | October 11, 2023 | Total maximum daily load (TMDL) goals to reduce sediment and nutrient pollution drive much of the stormwater management activity throughout the Chesapeake Bay watershed, resulting in urban and agricultural best management practices (BMPs) implemented to target these pollutants. (1.0 PDH / 0.1 CEU)
Case studies will be presented to show how projects ramped up sediment control to meet permit requirements.
0.1 CEU/1 PDH
0.05 CEU / 0.5 PDH
Learn how to construct flexible (asphalt concrete) pavements to minimize maintenance and costs in this construction training webinar.
1 PDH / 0.1 CEU
Discover how the emergence of flocculants has made a significant contribution to the site manager’s toolbox!
By integrating cloud-based software, sensors and flow controls in the field, and the weather forecast, adaptive control systems deliver flood risk mitigation, water quality improvement, operational insights, and resilience to communities. This presentation will introduce adaptive controls and discuss the process and challenges of adopting the technology. Results from the use of adaptive controls in Ormond Beach, FL, during two storms will be presented.
Working in partnership with the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) and a team of experienced delivery partners, Corvias is complementing MMSD's existing green infrastructure (GI) program through the implementation and management of a platform-based solution that aggregates and streamlines the financial, procurement and project delivery efforts within the District’s service area throughout communities in the Greater Milwaukee Area.
This introductory course will discuss different types of streams and geomorphological processes that influence the stream pattern and landform.
Discuss what wetlands are, the different types, and why they are protected (Clean Water Act Section 404) due to the important functions and values they provide us.
This presentation highlights how partners are addressing TMDL priorities through stormwater program management.
This course will guide prospective grant writers in 1) determining exactly what funders hope to fund, and; 2) in ensuring that everything proposed in narratives has a clear connection to those expectations to increase chances of securing financial resources necessary to implement a project.
0.1 CEU/1 PDH
The City of Calgary is committed to protecting local surface water quality. Studies of Calgary’s stormwater pollutant loadings to waterways revealed that gravel surfaced laneways are a significant source of sediment that washes through city infrastructure and settles in storm ponds, streams, and rivers.
Green Stormwater infrastructure (GSI) has mainly been focused on water quality improvement as part of TMDL or Watershed Protection Plans implementation. Despite abundant scientific evidence of the effectiveness of GSI, its widespread adoption in municipalities has not occurred.
The presentation will discuss the process to develop the document and well as details on the document contents, including GSI BMP technical guidance sheets, standard drawings, BMP train diagrams, plant selection resources, and maintenance considerations.
What does it take to manage an unfunded stormwater management program that is transferred to a water/sewer utility?
This presentation will explore how changes in how we approach neighborhood design and resident interactions have helped achieve the multiple benefits of healthy streets and how they are compatible with the principles of green infrastructure and flood mitigation.
Washington state’s municipal stormwater permits rely upon an encompassing, and in some cases novel, approach to stormwater management.
Learn the secrets to a successful interview and how you can employ these real-world tested tips to win your next interview / project.
1.0 PDH / 0.1 CEU
This hydromod methodology and modeling approach can be adapted to provide for better stormwater protection anywhere in the United States!
Join Dr. Matthew Uliana for a 2-session webcast series exploring hydrogeology and groundwater systems.
3 PDH / 0.3 CEUs
Explore the concepts, terms, and analyses behind hydrology and the basis of hydrologic studies.
0.25 CEUs/2.5 PDHs
This course will educate the stormwater engineer to the availability of better, more accurate hydrologic computational methods and the benefits of learning this technology.
An overview of the metrics, data methodology, protocol limitations, challenges and successes.
Examine the evolution of the six small MS4 minimum control measures, their current regulatory application, and potential future changes.
The recent Texas Department of Transportation (DOT) approval for the use of thermoplastic pipe in storm sewer and culvert applications will provide new opportunities for engineers and contractors in determining the correct conveyance for their project.
This presentation highlights some of the trials and errors of development, implementation and enforcement and hopes to provide reference to individuals in the stormwater management field.
This course will explore today’s best available drainage options, including infiltration, treatment and nutrient removal, trash separation, and passive irrigation. 0.1 CEU/1 PDH
The Ada County Highway District (ACHD) manages stormwater infrastructure in the Boise, Idaho area.
This course will identify sustainable solutions that contribute to resilient communities by combining water quality and water quantity controls to reduce pollutant loads to downstream waterways.
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