This compelling workshop provides information and resources geared to help Washington State Industrial Stormwater General Permit holders effectively implement their permits. The target audience is decision makers and staff from businesses and municipalities who oversee and implement the permit. Attendees new to the field, as well as seasoned stormwater practitioners, will benefit from this interactive workshop.
Key topics include: Washington stormwater regulations for industrial facilities; recent permit changes; SWPPP & SPECP development; effective sampling, monitoring, reporting and lab QA/QC; and Best Management Practices (BMPs) for industrial facilities to achieve and maintain compliance.
This advanced workshop uses case studies to take an in-depth look at key strategies for meeting Washington State stormwater regulations. Participants will learn about facilities with complex stormwater challenges and the strategies they’ve used to overcome them. These real-world examples cover applications of source control, best management practices, sampling programs, structural controls, and treatment technologies.
Content is tailored to facilities that have managed their operations under the NPDES Industrial Stormwater General Permit, or similar permits. Beginners new to the field as well as more studied permit managers, municipal inspectors, professional engineers, and environmental consultants will benefit from attending this workshop. We recommend that attendees have a working knowledge of Washington State stormwater regulations.
Have questions? Contact Ann Boyce: ann(at)ecoss.org or call (206) 767-0432.
NOTE: Prices listed are for early-bird registration. Prices for all workshops will increase by $50 starting two weeks prior to each workshop date.