Tag: stormwater permits

The U.S. Clean Water Act (CWA) requires that local governments in urbanized areas (as defined by the Census Bureau) obtain stormwater discharge permits for their drainage systems. Essentially this means that the locality must operate a stormwater management program for all surface runoff that enters the municipal separate storm sewer system (“MS4”). EPA and state regulations and related publications outline six basic components.

Editor’s Comments: The Learning Curve

Editor’s Comments: The Learning Curve

Welcome to our “back to school” issue. The first article covers, in part, the winners of EPA’s fifth annual Campus RainWorks Challenge. For those of you who aren’t familiar with it, it’s a design competition open to colleges and universities throughout the US that encourages teams of students to design

EPA to Hold Public Meetings in Idaho on Water-Quality Permitting Program

EPA to Hold Public Meetings in Idaho on Water-Quality Permitting Program

Seattle (September 7, 2017) — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is accepting public comments on the State of Idaho’s application to assume the role of writing, administering and enforcing water quality discharge permits in the state. Until now, the job of writing wastewater and stormwater discharge permits, performing facility inspections

EPA to Hold Public Meetings in Idaho on Water-Quality Permitting Program

EPA to Hold Public Meetings in Idaho on Water-Quality Permitting Program

Seattle (September 7, 2017) — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is accepting public comments on the State of Idaho’s application to assume the role of writing, administering and enforcing water quality discharge permits in the state. Until now, the job of writing wastewater and stormwater discharge permits, performing facility inspections

A Five-Year Study of IDDE Data

A Five-Year Study of IDDE Data

Pierce County’s Surface Water Management (SWM) division is charged with maintaining both the natural surface water systems and the stormwater collection and conveyance infrastructure within its unincorporated 1,800-square-mile service area (population 380,000). These areas include an impressive variability in landscapes: from glacial streams of Mt. Rainier to fertile farmlands of

A Five-Year Study of IDDE Data

A Five-Year Study of IDDE Data

Pierce County’s Surface Water Management (SWM) division is charged with maintaining both the natural surface water systems and the stormwater collection and conveyance infrastructure within its unincorporated 1,800-square-mile service area (population 380,000). These areas include an impressive variability in landscapes: from glacial streams of Mt. Rainier to fertile farmlands of

The StormCon 2017 Call for Papers Is Open

The StormCon 2017 Call for Papers Is Open

StormCon, the only North American event dedicated exclusively to stormwater, is now accepting abstracts for the 2017 conference. The deadline to submit an abstract is Wednesday, December 7, 2016.

StormCon will take place in Seattle, WA, August 27–31, 2017. The conference venue, the Meydenbauer Center, is actually located in Bellevue,

The StormCon 2017 Call for Papers Is Open

The StormCon 2017 Call for Papers Is Open

StormCon, the only North American event dedicated exclusively to stormwater, is now accepting abstracts for the 2017 conference. The deadline to submit an abstract is Wednesday, December 7, 2016.

StormCon will take place in Seattle, WA, August 27–31, 2017. The conference venue, the Meydenbauer Center, is actually located in Bellevue, WA—home

Reader Profile: Michele Meyer

Reader Profile: Michele Meyer

Michele Meyer’s career path has been a winding road leading to her present position as Storm Water Specialist and municipal separate storm sewer system (MS4) Coordinator for the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT). From serving in the Peace Corps in the mountains of northern Nicaragua, to managing an organic farm,

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