IECA Stormwater Management Library

 

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    Since 2001, GTC has used “shredded” wood material generated from tree clearing activities to immediately stabilize transmission line rights of way. The shredded wood material degrades in a mosaic pattern which extends protection from erosion and sedimentation as vegetation re-establishes.

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    Increased rainfall intensity with climate change is being incorporated into design rainfalls and runoff guidelines which can be used for erosion and sediment management on construction sites. Erosion and sediment controls are beneficial for construction sites impacted by increases in high intensity rainfall events to meet legislative requirements and reduce the burden on sediment basins.

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    This webinar will present many of the practical and cost-effective climate resilient measures that can be implemented for roads to adapt to climate change. Emphasis is given to needed drainage and road-stream crossings measures useful to reduce the risk of storm damage.

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    Following participation in the webinar, attendees should have a better knowledge of the basic illicit discharge detection and elimination (IDDE) components, the methods for assessing their IDDE program, and the various ways to use IDDE program data to enhance and drive other stormwater actions.

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    The Five Pillars of Stormwater Management is a fundamental approach to managing construction stormwater that includes managing communication, managing work, managing water, managing erosion, and managing sediment. The Five Pillars concept categorizes and prioritizes application of control measures and practices in order of effectiveness and economy.

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    In the 2022 Federal CGP, the term ‘qualified inspector’ was defined to include a required minimum certification level for all sites operating under the federal CGP. To support this, the EPA has created a national certification program, and has approved other certifications that also meet this standard. Currently, some states have state-focused certifications that have been approved as meeting the new EPA standards, which allows state-based (delegated authority states) inspectors to gain greater knowledge of the NPDES permit, practices, BMPs and requirements that affect the projects they are inspecting.

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    Back by popular demand, this online education series is part of IECA's mission to help grow the industry by promoting innovative research, products and technology that meet industry needs through more sustainable approaches. Join us as we explore the hydrologic changes that take place when an 80-acre sub-basin of a 1.6 sq. mi. rural watershed is developed with conventional detention vs automated control and effective continuous TSS measurements. In part two of the series, we will dive into a low salt design future and using recycled materials to prevent stormwater pollution.

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    Whether you’re a seasoned pro or new to your role, the nuances of permitting for industrial stormwater programs can be complex and ever-shifting. This webinar—the first of a two-part industrial stormwater webinar series—will discuss the applicability of the multi-sector general permit (MSGP) for authorizing the discharge of stormwater associated with industrial activity. Julie will review which industrial operations require stormwater permit coverage, the types of discharges that can be authorized, and the process for developing a SWPPP and obtaining permit coverage. So, you have your industrial stormwater general permit authorization and SWPPP in hand. Now what? This webinar—the second in a two-part series–will discuss the necessary steps to follow after your industrial facility has received coverage under an industrial stormwater general permit. Nathan will present an overview of essential recordkeeping, inspection, monitoring and reporting requirements commonly found within industrial stormwater general permits

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    Developing your eye as an inspector. A review of common BMPs, specific strengths/weaknesses, product quality considerations, proper installation, inspection, and maintenance. A practitioners perspective including quantity estimating tips.

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    Part one of this presentation will provide an overview of the Project 1007 work being conducted under the 2018 3M Settlement with the state of Minnesota. Part two will review what we know about the abundance and forms/mobility/treatability of PFAS in urban stormwater relative to emerging regulatory thresholds, and the effectiveness of source and treatment control strategies for PFAS in stormwater.

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