99% Sediment Yield in Two Easy Steps

This case study will present the interesting details of a particular operation on a specific interstate project. However, the approach to the work and the lessons learned will be even more impactful and are applicable to any land disturbing activity where water quality is a priority. Discussions of effectiveness versus compliance and connection between our responsibilities and our organization’s mission will serve as a backdrop for the more technical details of the story. Participants will see RUSLE in a new light and will appreciate just how ineffective sediment control can be, when it becomes the main focus of our efforts.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Connect our responsibilities with our mission.
  2. Present application of THE most effective construction stormwater management practices.
  3. Encourage effectiveness over compliance.

Course Level: All

Barry Fagan, PE/PLS,CPESC, CMS4S

Barry Fagan is recognized across the Nation for his innovative approach to stormwater and construction management. Barry Fagan recently joined Volkert, Inc. as a Vice President, helping to create and lead a new Green Infrastructure service line for the company. Volkert is an engineering firm based in Mobile Alabama with over 91 years of history serving our infrastructure needs. Barry retired as the Environmental Program Engineer for the Alabama Department of Transportation on October 1st of this year. He brings to Volkert over 27 years of progressive experience in construction, environment, and program and project management. Barry is licensed to practice, qualified to teach, and fully engaged in the world of stormwater. He is a board member, technical committee member, and working partner in a number of state, national, and international water quality-related groups and communities. Barry also maintains the StormwaterTools.com blog where he discusses leadership, water quality, and the occasional random thought.

At the completion of this course you will receive 1 Professional Development Hour of credit. For any questions on continuing education credit, please contact IECA Education at education@ieca.org

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