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Stormwater 2-for-1 Special: Monitoring And Maintenance


Course 1 -  Qualifying Rain Events, Sampling, & the Construction Site Monitoring Plan  

Are you knee deep in planning your SWPPP Construction Site Monitoring Plan (CSMP) to meet stormwater regulations…or about to be? Your success depends directly on your stormwater effluent sampling and monitoring plan (CSMP). So…are you covered?

Join speaker and author Mike Peters to explore how to design and implement a SWPPP Construction Site Monitoring Plan (CSMP) that thoroughly maps out the stormwater effluent sampling, monitoring, data collection, and analysis at your construction site AND meets compliance.

In this webcast, we'll start with a look at the SWPPP Construction Site Monitoring Plan (CSMP), its key elements, influencing factors, and requirements. We'll define what determines a Qualifying Rain Event (according to NOAA, etc.) and how you can define this for your site. Peters will then walk us through the what, when, where, and how of stormwater effluent sampling. Within this discussion, we'll take a look at the key sampling parameters (pH, turbidity, etc.), considerations (e.g., TMDLs, receiving water risk, NELs, ATS, etc.), and equipment. Peters will outline the best practices for sampling and monitoring of visible and non-visible pollutants, including: scheduling, sample collection and handling, and documentation. Building on this, we'll take a look at the sample data collected, the best practices for analysis, and how you can use this to prove compliance or determine the necessary actions/mitigations at your site. Finally, Peters will weigh in on the different roles (e.g., QSD, WPCM, etc.), plans (e.g., Water Quality Monitoring & Protection Plan, Sampling & Analysis Plan, etc.), requirements, and possible non-compliance penalties pertaining to the SWPPP Construction Site Monitoring Plan.  

Learning Objectives
Attendees can expect the discussion and education of the following learning objectives.

  • Learn how to design a SWPPP Construction Site Monitoring Plan (CSMP) that meets compliance.
  • Learn how to determine a Qualifying Rain Event, monitor daily weather, and compile the necessary data.
  • Learn when, where, and how to conduct stormwater effluent sampling, including key parameters, data, etc.
  • Learn how to analyze your sampling results and determine necessary actions/mitigations.
  • Understand the role of the QSD in the Construction Site Monitoring Plan.

Course 2 -  Stormwater Treatment Maintenance: What Works and How to Do It

A major struggle for all stormwater managers is developing an adequate stormwater treatment practice maintenance program…on a budget. After all, maintenance can be complex AND costly. So, how can we design and budget for sustainable maintenance that improves the performance AND extends the life of your stormwater treatments?

Join returning speaker and author Andrew Erickson to explore the best practices in stormwater treatment maintenance design, implementation, and budgeting, as well as real-world data and examples of what works (and doesn't).

In this online training webinar, we'll start with a look at the critical need for proper stormwater treatment maintenance, as well as the challenges (complexity, cost, etc.) and opportunities (longevity, performance, etc.). Erickson will present real-world data from a survey of municipalities regarding stormwater treatment maintenance (e.g., practices, frequency, effort, and cost), illustrating the current status quo for maintenance activities. Then, we’ll discuss how municipalities and other responsible entities can improve planning of their maintenance programs. Erickson will outline the three types of stormwater treatment maintenance (routine, non-routine, & major) and how preventative maintenance can limit or possibly prevent major maintenance. Erickson will illustrate how you can use visual inspection methods to select and schedule the best maintenance type for each of your stormwater treatment practices. Examples of common maintenance activities and estimated frequency of occurrence will also be presented. Erickson will then share a case study of innovative maintenance techniques that resulted in little to no damage or restoration, and thus significant cost and time savings. We'll also look at budgeting for each type of maintenance and how you can best plan and budget for long-term sustainable performance of your practices. And finally, we’ll discuss the resulting recommendations, and the rules of thumb to help you design a maintenance program that fits your performance goals and budget.

Learning Objectives
Attendees can expect the discussion and education of the following learning objectives.

  • Understand the critical need, challenges, and opportunities of maintenance.
  • Learn how to select the best maintenance activity, when it should be done, and expected level of effort.
  • Understand the budget pitfalls and how you can cost-effectively budget for long-term sustainable maintenance.
  • Gain real-world examples and data, best practices, and rules of thumb for effective maintenance design & budgeting.

* Presentations are scheduled for approximately one hour with a 1520 minute question and answer session to follow. Presentation may exceed scheduled time. 
* Each state and certification agency has different requirements; it is your responsibility to know what they are. Note that 1 PDH = 0.1 CEU.
* Purchase of this special allows you access to the presentations for 6 months from the order date.

On-Demand Webcasts
Session: 3 H 0 M
Lectures: 2
Credits: 2 PDH / 0.2 CEU

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