Virginia Seminar Focuses on Stormwater Challenges
“The Changing Face of the Stormwater Industry,” a free seminar series about pressing stormwater concerns throughout the country, will hold its next session in Charlottesville, Va., on April 23.
The seminar is designed to bring regulators, developers, and solution providers together to discuss best practices that will address stormwater management issues important to Virginia. It will be held between 8 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Eastern Time at the Hilton Garden Inn.
The 9 a.m. presentation, conducted by Dave Hirschman from the Center for Watershed Protection, will examine the technical background for the new runoff reduction methodology for managing stormwater. In the 9:45 a.m. presentation, Dave Scott of Hydro International will discuss the challenges and approaches for measuring total phosphorus in stormwater flows. At 10:45, Scott Crafton from the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation will present a review and progress report surrounding new Virginia stormwater regulations.
The seminar also includes breakfast, lunch, and a question-and-answer period following the last presentation. Participants can earn a certificate documenting attendance for continuing education. The conference is sponsored by Hydro International.
To register, visit www.hydro-international.biz/us/other_us/seminars.php or contact Katie Ferrari at firstname.lastname@example.org.