Current Issues in Storm Water Regulation


Storm water regulations are constantly evolving - have your practices evolved with them?

From recent litigation to changing permitting standards, failing to stay on top of current issues related to storm water regulation is risky. In this seminar, you'll get answers to all your questions, such as: What are the most effective storm water sampling techniques? What new case and policy decisions impact your practices? What are the latest trends in the construction storm water arena?

Here is your chance to learn - in just one day - the facts about current legal issues, monitoring and inspection, the proper design and selection of BMPs … everything you need to know to avoid reactive responses to regulatory changes, adequately plan and ensure compliance.

Benefits for You:

  • Discover how the latest laws and regulations will impact storm water discharges
  • Make sense of the permitting and reporting requirements
  • Hear the lessons-learned approach to quality management for industrial and construction discharges
  • Receive tips on storm water pollution prevention plans

Learning Objectives

  • You will be able to discuss recent and future storm water permit changes.
  • You will be able to explain the role of storm water in construction, design and contractor agreements.
  • You will be able to identify industrial storm water requirements.
  • You will be able to discuss municipal storm water requirements.

Who Should Attend?

This seminar is designed for engineers, presidents, vice presidents, business owners and managers, project managers, environmental professionals, public works and utilities directors, developers, planners, surveyors, contractors, property owners and managers, architects and attorneys.

Continuing Education Units

  • AIA 6.5
  • AICP
  • CC 1.0
  • AR CLE (Pending)

Speaker and Presenter Information

Jan W. Briedé, Ph.D. – Moderator Storm water outreach manager at Department of Conservation and Recreation Jesse J. Richardson Jr., Esq. Associate professor in urban affairs and planning at Virginia Tech Michael L. Walker, P.E., C.E.M., LEED AP® Vice President, Energy and Environment for EI, Inc., an EHS consultant headquartered in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina

Relevant Government Agencies

EPA, State Government, County Government, City Government, Municipal Government, FEMA

Thu, Jun 16, 2011, 9:00am - 4:30pm


Registration:  $339.00
Registration + CD:  $438.00
CD/Manual Package Only:  $359.00
Bring a Colleague:  $289.00

Hotel Roanoke & Conference Center
110 Shenandoah Avenue
Roanoke, VA 24016
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