Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operations – Efficiently Complying
Recorded On: 2020/01/16
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The good housekeeping and pollution prevention guidance prepared by EPA is comprehensive yet sometimes difficult to apply at the local level. Most of the recommended activities or BMPs are non-structural and so difficult to ensure they are being implemented. In addition, the structural controls that may be needed at some facilities can be very expensive and difficult to fund. This presentation will delve into the permit requirements and highlight practical implementation strategies for non-structural and structural BMPs. Case studies will be presented for large and small MS4s.
1. Understand the EPA permit requirements.
2. Learn how to prioritize compliance efforts.
3. Learn how strategies used by other MS4s can be easily adapted to your MS4.
Course Level: All
Beth has more than 30 years of experience in stormwater management, including construction site inspections and SWPPP implementation. Her additional experience includes MS4 program policy and compliance strategy development, training, and permit negotiation. She has worked for state and county governments and provides consulting to municipalities and private agencies throughout the southeast.
To receive credit for this class you must listen to the entire presentation, complete the course quiz with a passing grade of 70% of better and complete the course evaluation. After all course components are complete - you will receive 1 RCEP Recognized Professional Development Hour of credit.
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