What happens when basic BMPS are not enough?
Join us for a FREE webinar exploring the next steps in achieving stormwater compliance when basic best management practices (BMPs) are not meeting requirements, including: assessing stormwater chemistry, evaluating treatment options, sizing methodologies for active treatment systems, and available treatment technologies.
In this webinar, we’ll start with a discussion on stormwater chemistry, the variables involved, and why this complexity can be challenging to address through the use of traditional BMPs. Next, we’ll share a few tips on how to evaluate the wide range of treatment options available in the market. Within this discussion, we’ll talk about the advantages and limitations of different types of technologies, and how you can use particle size distribution analysis to simplify the selection process. Additionally, we’ll take a look at sizing methodologies for active treatment systems, the variables to consider (e.g., frequency, storm intensity, regulatory requirements, site characteristics, on-site detention, footprint restrictions, etc.), and how you can apply these in sizing your systems. Finally, we’ll wrap up the discussion with case studies and real-world applications showing how adaptive management of BMPs and active treatment achieved project objectives in industrial, construction, and remediation settings.
Attendees can expect the discussion and education of the following learning objectives:
- Learn about stormwater chemistry in a variety of applications
- Learn about the correlation between particle size and active treatment options
- Learn about various active treatment technologies and the contaminants of concern each technology addresses
- Learn how to size active treatment systems relative to storm event intensity, on-site detention, site characteristics, and operational preferences
Date & Time:
January 18th @ 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST
Vice President & General Manager
Liisa Doty, CPSWQ, CPESC
Regulatory Manager & National Construction Accounts Manager
Denney Eames, P.E.
Business Development Manager
Sponsored by: WaterTectonics