EBC Connecticut Webinar: Weathering the Stormwater – Connecticut Updates

Details

Date: June 24, 2020

Contact

Phone: (617) 505-1818

Email: [email protected]

While a lot of things may have changed over the last several months one thing has remained constant – rain still falls from the sky. As such, stormwater issues are still ever present throughout Connecticut in a variety of areas. This EBC Connecticut program will provide an update on some of the most pressing stormwater issues in Connecticut with an opportunity to discuss these updates.

MS4 Updates and Compliance

The Connecticut DEEP’s General Permit for the Discharge of Stormwater from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4) is entering its fourth year in 2020. Tier I Municipalities will be wrapping up their dry weather screening programs, continue with impaired waters outfall monitoring, and will face new tasks.  These tasks include reviewing existing regulations for LID barriers, confirming legal authorities for stormwater retention standards, begin retrofit projects, and begin monitoring of the six “worst” outfalls. This program will highlight where the program standards to date, and offer compliance paths for upcoming Year 4 tasks for municipalities and their consultant partners.

Construction Stormwater General Permit Updates

The General Permit for the Discharge of Stormwater and Dewatering Wastewaters from Construction Activities (CSGP) expires in September and DEEP plans to reissue the CSGP with modifications. Significant modifications to the CSGP are expected, including several conditions applicable solely to solar array projects. This program will highlight the anticipated modifications and how some of the anticipated requirements are already being addressed by current projects.

A robust question and answer panel discussion between presenters and attendees will take place following the presentations.

Final Agenda – Connecticut Webinar – Weathering the Stormwater

Agenda

Program Chairs:

  • Joe Canas, Project Manager, Tighe & Bond
  • Jon Schaefer, Attorney, Robinson & Cole LLP

Speaker Agenda:

Stormwater Quality Monitoring Challenges and Data Management Solutions

  • Joe Canas, Project Manager, Tighe & Bond

Year 4 of the MS4 Permit: A Focus on Disconnects

  • David W. Dickson, NEMO Program Co-Director

Proposed Modification of the Construction General Permit

  • Christopher Stone, P.E., Stormwater Section, Water Permitting & Enforcement Division, Bureau of Materials Management & Compliance Assurance, Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

Solar Development, the General Permit, and Appendix I

  • Brad Parsons, Manager, Civil Engineering / Land Development, All Points Technologies


Attendee List

Correne Auer HRP Associates, Inc. Senior Project Engineer
Thomas Battles HRP Associates, Inc. Corporate Director of Engineering Services
Jackie Caceci Tighe & Bond, Inc. Project Manager
Lauren Coles Weston & Sampson Project Engineer
Bob Deptula Eversource Supervisor Licensing and Permitting
Richard Dmochowski Kings Point Class of 1965 Member
Patrick Hallinean Triumvirate Environmental, Inc Regional Services Manager
David Held Provost & Rovero, Inc. Project Manager
William Hurley Town of Fairfield Engineering Manager
Tonya King Covanta Environmental Specialist
Darin Lemire HRP Associates, Inc. Senior Project Manager
Anthony Lorenzetti Loureiro Engineernig Associates Senior Project Manager
Robert Melvin Robinson & Cole LLP Partner
Tim Miller Triumvirate Env Business Development Manager
Seamus Moran Loureiro Engineering Associates Project Manager
Joseph Perugini Weston & Sampson Project Manager
John Truscinski UConn CIRCA Director of Resilience Planning
Raju Vasamsetti Weston & Sampson Project Manager

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The available presentations from the EBC Connecticut Webinar: Weathering the Stormwater – Connecticut Updates completed on June 24, 2020, can be viewed below.

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