Wetland Regulations 101 for Stormwater Professionals




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Wetlands are commonly encountered with stormwater infrastructure projects. New stormwater facilities are frequently designed to be built in low-lying areas which support natural wetlands. Existing stormwater facilities create areas with enhanced hydrology, including concentrated flow in drainageways and detention in ponds as two examples.  Under the federal Clean Water Act (CWA), many natural and constructed wetlands are considered jurisdictional waters of the United States and construction activities that affect those areas may require authorization under CWA Section 404. Accordingly, it is important for stormwater professionals who are responsible for project environmental compliance to understand basic wetland regulatory considerations.

This webinar will provide a high-level overview of federal wetland regulations in the United States, and will include applied examples to highlight opportunities for navigating regulatory requirements while managing project schedule, budget, and flexibility constraints.


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