Getting the Most From Your IDDE Program

Recorded On: 2023/11/09

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Getting the Most From Your IDDE Program



Presented by: Heather Buck, CPSWQ, CPMSM, CESSWI, CISEC

Many regulated communities struggle with how to accomplish the requirements of the illicit discharge detection and elimination (IDDE) minimum control measure (MCM).  There are numerous approaches, methods, and uses for the information created and collected for this portion of the overall stormwater program.  Further, some communities wonder how to best utilize the information in other areas of the program.  The federal IDDE program requirements will serve as the basis for discussion, while examples of requirements from several states will also be given.  This webinar will cover the basics for those who may need it, and enhancements or additions for those looking to grow their programs. Following participation in the webinar, attendees should have a better knowledge of the basic 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.



Resource Planner

As a Resource Planner with Christopher B. Burke Engineering, LLC in Indianapolis, Indiana, Heather works with the MS4 Coordinators from several NPDES Phase II communities in Indiana to develop and implement all components of their Stormwater Quality Management Programs (SWQMP). Heather also completes erosion and sediment control inspections on behalf of both public agencies and private development. In addition, Heather completes various water quality evaluations through chemical, physical, and biological data collection and analysis; including IDDE screening, QHEI, macroinvertebrate, and fish community sampling.

Dr. Scott Rogers, PE, CPMSM (Moderator)

Environmental Coordination Engineer

Alabama Department of Transportation

Dr. Scott W. Rogers is the Environmental Coordination Engineer in the Design Bureau of the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT). His service at ALDOT since 2010 has primarily consisted of coordinating the ongoing development of the ALDOT MS4 program among many ALDOT offices and communicating the outcomes of that program in various ways to other government agencies, the professional community, and the citizens of Alabama. Since assuming the role of Environmental Coordination Engineer in October 2017, he has participated in the coordination of ALDOT’s environmental activities more broadly. He is Chair of the MS4 Management Subcommittee of the IECA Education Committee and is on the board of directors of the Alabama Stormwater Association. Dr. Rogers holds a Bachelor of Civil Engineering degree from Auburn University in Auburn, AL, as well as M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in environmental engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA. He is a Professional Engineer in the State of Alabama and a Certified Professional in Municipal Stormwater Management.

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