Tag: CESSWI

The Certified Erosion, Sediment, and Storm Water Inspector (CESSWI) is a designation that provides evidence of qualifications in the inspection of erosion, sediment, and stormwater BMPs on sites under NPDES Phase II jurisdiction. CESSWI certification is available to those who have the educational training, as well as the demonstrated expertise and experience in site inspections related to stormwater and erosion and sediment control.

How to Ask for Money

How to Ask for Money

If you look at the headlines from across a smattering of local news outlets in almost any given week, you’ll probably find something about stormwater fees. Often, the story is from a small city or town that is just considering a stormwater utility or fee for the first time, and

Beyond Kudzu: Can Non-Native Species Benefit an Ecosystem?

Beyond Kudzu: Can Non-Native Species Benefit an Ecosystem?

If you’ve worked on a project that calls for revegetation using native seeds, or if you’ve ever dealt with an area that’s overrun with an invasive species like the tenacious kudzu vine—considered a noxious weed in the US—you likely have an opinion about the introduction of non-native species to an

FREE!  Using Software for Successful Project Design

FREE! Using Software for Successful Project Design

From drones to project software, technology has infiltrated construction and erosion/sediment control, maximizing our efficiency, and improving project success. The greatest impact? Coupling this new technology with field-tested fundamentals of revegetation and erosion control.

Join Matthew Welch, CESSWI to explore the latest in project design software; its parameters, calculations, and applications;

Using Software for Successful Project Design (Free Webinar)

Using Software for Successful Project Design (Free Webinar)

From drones to project software, technology has infiltrated construction and erosion/sediment control, maximizing our efficiency, and improving project success. The greatest impact? Coupling this new technology with field-tested fundamentals of revegetation and erosion control.

Join Matthew Welch, CESSWI to explore the latest in project design software; its parameters, calculations, and applications;

Putting Your Expertise to the Test

Putting Your Expertise to the Test

Among the requirements to become certified through each of the four certification programs offered by EnviroCert International Inc.—Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC), Certified Professional in Storm Water Quality (CPSWQ), Certified Erosion, Sediment and Storm Water Inspector (CESSWI), and Certified Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Specialist (CMS4S)—is that

Reader Profile: Brad Flack

Reader Profile: Brad Flack

Brad Flack, winner of the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) 2015 Young Professional of the Year Award, has accomplished much in the decade he’s been in the industry. He catapulted from knowing nothing about stormwater mitigation to becoming a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) and a Certified

Profile Products Announces Winner of Early Order Hydroseeder Giveaway

Profile Products Announces Winner of Early Order Hydroseeder Giveaway

BUFFALO GROVE, Ill. (September 2, 2015) — On August 27, Profile Products, the leading manufacturer of hydraulically applied mulch and soil additives, announced Erosion Control Services in Virginia Beach, as the winner of a 300-Gallon Bowie Hydro-Mulcher® from Bowie Industries, Inc.—a prize valued at over $11,000. Erosion Control Services entered

IECA News

IECA News

IECA Officer Announcement
IECA Region One membership voted to newly elect Jonathan Koepke, CPESC, LEED-AP (new Treasurer); Jerry B. Sanders, CPESC (new Educational VP); and Thomas W. Schneider, CPESC (new Marketing VP).
During the February Board Meeting, IECA ­Directors also voted new officer positions, which include:
President: Brock Peters
Admin VP: Charlie Riling
Educational VP:

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