The Bay states have pioneered new techniques for retrofits to remove pollutants and improve stream health.
Covers how to keep up to date on regulations, timelines, and all the available administrative and technical implementation tools for stormwater management.
Introduces a retrofitting practice hierarchy and describes how to find, prioritize, and build the most effective retrofits.
Introductory look at stream restoration which aims to present a systematic approach that managers, practitioner and researchers can follow to help the understanding of the different stream processes critical to stream restoration.
Attend this FREE webcast on the major changes with the adopted stormwater management regulations in Virginia and the “integration bill” passed by earlier this year.
Local stormwater managers will need to play a greater role in enhancing public involvement, expanding stormwater education and delivering residential stewardship practices.
Discover the best practices for harvesting rainwater and understand its small and large scale practical uses.
Stormwater retrofitting will be a major strategy for many localities to achieve nutrient reductions to meet more stringent MS4 stormwater permits and TMDLs.
Concerns about maintaining LID practices are a recurring theme among stormwater managers and professionals alike.
Localities will need to prepare watershed implementation plans in 2011 and 2012 to conform to the forthcoming Bay-wide nutrient TMDL.