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IECA Northeast Virtual Connection: Building a Stronger Site Management ToolboxIncludes Credits
The Northeast Chapter strives to bring together stakeholders interested in protecting the waters and wetlands in New York and the New England states.
Understanding and Implementing the NPDES Multi-Sector General PermitIncludes Credits
The NPDES Multi-Sector General Permits (MSGP) regulate industrial activity by SIC codes and cluster industry types into groups called “Sectors.”
Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operations – Efficiently ComplyingIncludes Credits
The good housekeeping and pollution prevention guidance prepared by EPA is comprehensive yet sometimes difficult to apply at the local level.
Design Fundamentals of Erosion & Sediment Control Measures for Construction ActivitiesIncludes Credits
This NEW online course is a comprehensive overview of the rules and regulations that govern construction projects regarding stormwater pollution prevention, the erosion and sediment processes, design of control practices, and technology applications for the construction industry.
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