SAME DAY EVENTS:
L101 Foundations of Emergency Management
8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Fundamentals of a MS4 Stormwater Management Program
|8/27/2017 - 8/28/2017 |
|Developing Effective & Practice Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans
|Location: Bellevue, WA
|Time: 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
This intermediate level course for designers and reviewers will be a “hands-on” presentation about developing effective and practical pollution management plans for different projects (e.g., subdivision, linear, commercial, etc.). Participants will learn about optimizing the use of temporary structures to minimize pollutant discharges due to runoff and wind. Erosion control methods will be presented and shown how their continued use can reduce construction costs during project development. Emphasis on identifying limitations of sediment and erosion control methods will be continually stressed throughout the two-day class. While working in small groups, participants will develop pollution managements narratives and sediment and erosion control drawings by assessing site conditions, deciding how project development will occur, identifying BMPs to use, generating specifications, creating inspection requirements, and so forth. The class will culminate with each group presenting their narrative and the accompanying sediment and erosion control drawings.
Manual plus supplemental material will be provided for participants.
Dr. Jerald Fifield
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