Stormwater management has been called the last frontier in the business of water. For obvious reasons, the drinking water and wastewater industries matured much earlier, but only recently has the full impact of stormwater runoff been thoroughly understood.
The future of stormwater management is firmly grounded in sustainable practices, including minimizing any negative impacts of land use and development as well as understanding the positive results when sound planning and construction are carefully employed.
Join Forester University for this live, educational webinar as returning speaker Peter Hanrahan (CPESC) describes how the traditional model of stormwater disposal has given way to the evolution of on-site storage, pollutant and nutrient removal, pervious paving, and much more.
In a very short time, we have totally reversed past practices that treated stormwater as a waste product—and that is very good news!
By participating in this webinar, attendees will:
- Gain a full understanding of how traditional methods of drainage and disposal have given way to more innovative and effective solutions
- Get exposed to innovative products and the positive environmental impacts of carefully planned stormwater management
- Receive pertinent reading and research suggestions
- Learn more about stormwater storage, detention replacement, porous paving, biofiltration, and more