EBC New Hampshire Webinar: Focus on General Permit Coverage for Industrial Stormwater


Date: November 4, 2020


Phone: (617) 505-1818

Email: [email protected]


Virtual Meeting

This EBC New Hampshire webinar will provide an overview of the changes proposed to the NPDES Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) for industrial stormwater discharges in New Hampshire. The webinar will give participants an overview of the MSGP including the scope of facilities subject to the MSGP; a summary of the proposed changes in the draft 2020 MSGP including sampling requirements, benchmark modifications and additional implementation measures; and the general permit’s implementation by EPA Region 1 in New Hampshire. The panelists will also discuss the implications for new operators during the gap in permit availability that began on June 3rd and proactive steps that could be undertaken now to reduce long-term compliance costs and minimize the risk of non-compliance with the final permit expected to be effective in 2021.

Please join EPA Region 1 (David Gray, Stormwater and Construction Permits Section), Geosyntec Consultants, Inc. (Adam Questad, PE (CA), Water Resources Engineer), and NH-Based law firm (Robert Lucic, Esq., Sheehan Phinney).

Continuing Education Certificates are awarded by the EBC for this program (2.5 training contact hours). Please send an email to EBC staff ([email protected]) following the conclusion of the program to receive a certificate.

Final Agenda – New Hampshire Webinar – General Permit Coverage for Industrial Stormwater


Program Chairs:

  • Stefanie G. Lamb, P.G. (NH), Senior Geologist, Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.
  • Claire Golden Lund, PE, Associate Principal/Vice President, GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.

Speaker Agenda:

2020 MSGP: Overview, Timeline, Proposed Changes, and Proactive Steps

  • Adam Questad, PE (CA), Senior Engineer, Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.

Summary of Comments Received and Permit Status

  • David Gray, Environmental Engineer, Stormwater and Construction Permits Section, Water Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 1

MSGP Coverage Gap and Other Legal Considerations of the 2020 MSGP

  • Robert Lucic, Esq., Sheehan Phinney

Attendee List

Tara Albert NH Department of Environmental Services SWOT Coordinator
Bill Arcieri VHB Senior Stormwater Specialist
Kevin Beauregard Wheelabrator Technologies Environmental Manager
Kenneth Boivin GZA Principal
Jeremy Bouvier City of Manchester, NH – Environmental Protection Division Civil Engineer
Ronald Breton GZA Senior Principal
Ryan Carrier Burgess BioPower EH&S Manager
Charles Crocetti Sanborn, Head & Associates, Inc. Senior Vice President
Megan Dalton GeoInsight, Inc. Compliance Specialist
Lisa Damiano Sanborn, Head & Associates Project Manager
Brian DesMarais Waste Management Area Environmental Protection Manager
Joel Detty Normandeau Associates, Inc. Water Resources Scientist
Emma Duguay Normandeau Associates Inc. Scientist
Britt Eckstrom Wright-Pierce Technical Assistant
Dan Fefer Epsilon Associates Marketing Manager
Ian Gaudreau GZA Engineer I
Pamela Hoyt-Denison New Hampshire DES Administrator – Waste Programs
Steve Knollmeyer Alpha Analytical VP Technical Sales
David Lachance Wood Environment & Infrastructure Solutions Principal
steven Lamb GZA Principal
Benjamin Lundsted City of Manchester, NH – Environmental Protection Division Environmental Permits Coordinator
DAVID MACLEAN GeoInsight, Inc. Water Resources Director
Jeffrey Marts NHDES Senior Hydrogeologist
Tara Olson Granite Shore Power Senior Coordinator, Environmental
Allan Palmer Granite Shore Power administrator
Laurel Pushee New Hampshire DES Coordinator – Motor Vehicle Salvage Yard Program, Solid Waste Mgmt. Bureau
Luke Sanborn GeoInsight, Inc. Snr Compliance Engineer

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PowerPoint Presentations

The available PowerPoint presentations from the EBC New Hampshire Webinar: Focus on General Permit Coverage for Industrial Stormwater completed on November 4, 2020, can be viewed below.

Presentations – New Hampshire Webinar – General Permit Coverage for Industrial Stormwater

Webinar Recording

Registered Attendees

All registered attendees receive the link to the webinar recording five business days after the conclusion of the webinar. If you are a registered attendee and did not receive the webinar recording, please contact the EBC office.

EBC Members

The webinar recording is available to EBC Members via the Info Hub. If you are an employee of an EBC Member Company and cannot access the Info Hub, please contact the EBC Office.


Non-Members are welcome to register and pay the Non-Member registration rate to receive access to the webinar recording.

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