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Current Issues in Storm Water Regulation

Posted December 6, 2007 by

Wendi Goldsmith, CPG, CPSSc of Bioengineering Group Inc. teaches issues and ideas you need to know on Current Issues in Storm Water Regulation

Worcester, MA

February 7, 2008

We are pleased to inform you of an important educational opportunity involving a respected professional whose firm is familiar to you! Our faculty will provide you with the most current information and will be prepared with answers to your questions.

This one-day seminar is designed for engineers, presidents, vice presidents, business owners and managers, project managers, environmental professionals, public works and utilities directors, developers, planners, surveyors, contractors, property owners and managers, architects and attorneys.

Program Highlights: Storm water regulations are constantly evolving – have your practices evolved with them? From recent litigation to changing permitting standards, failing to stay on top of current issues related to storm water regulation is risky. In this seminar, you’ll get answers to all your questions, such as: What are the Phase II issues confronting nontraditional MS4s? What new case and policy decisions impact your practices? What are the latest trends in storm water pollution prevention programs? Here is your chance to learn ? in just one day ? the facts about current storm water management issues, monitoring and inspection, the proper design and selection of BMPs – everything you need to know to avoid reactive responses to regulatory changes, and adequately plan and ensure compliance. Benefits for You – Make sense of Massachusetts storm water policies – Tips on industrial and commercial storm water management – Find out what you need to know about the emerging permitting strategy – Get a lessons-learned approach to interdisciplinary storm water management for sustainability – Discover what’s coming down the pipe – get a peek at the future of storm water.

Faculty: Moderators: Suzanne L. Pisano, P.E., Tighe & Bond, Inc. Edward W. Pickering, P.E., CPSSc, Ambient Engineering, Inc. Lisa D. Eggleston, P.E., Eggleston Environmental Wendi Goldsmith, CPG, CPSSc, The Bioengineering Group, Inc. David P. Horowitz, P.E., CSP, Tighe & Bond, Inc.

Credit:

  • AIA HSW 6
  • CC 1.0
  • IACET 0.6
  • PMI 6.0

New! CC Credit

Seminar Details: For additional seminar information click here

Location: Crowne Plaza Worcester, 10 Lincoln Square, Worcester, MA 01608

Related Seminars: To view other seminars in your state on related issues click here

Cancellations: Four or more business days in advance: full refund less $20.00 service charge. Three business days in advance: nonrefundable credit of equal value for any future seminar. Credits are transferable.

For more information regarding administrative policies or to make suggestions, please contact our offices at 866-352-9539.

To Register: Seminar ID: 371886 Your priority code is: 15801. Please mention this code when registering. Register online at: www.lorman.com By phone: Call our Registration Department at 866-352-9539

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