2022 Agenda Below
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Gain a thorough understanding of the basic elements of industrial stormwater management including general permit requirements and enforcement; creating Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs); proper sampling techniques; and the most common Best Management Practices (BMPs) for industrial sites, such as source control and site maintenance.
Matt Breuer, PBS Engineering and Environmental Inc.
Dave Johnson, Landau Associates, Inc. Christine Nancarrow, Pacific Stormwater Brian Tino, Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc. Deniz Varcin, Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc.
Gain a thorough understanding of the basic elements of municipal stormwater management including general permit requirements and enforcement; watershed planning; source control; creating Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs); proper sampling techniques; and the most common Best Management Practices (BMPs) in municipal settings.
Lisa Rozmyn, Washington Stormwater Center
Karen Dinicola, Washington State Department of Ecology Diane Hennebert, City of Anacortes Doug Navetski, King County
Gain a thorough understanding of the basic elements of construction stormwater management including general permit requirements and enforcement; creating a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP); implementing sediment and erosion control measures; and the most common Best Management Practices (BMPs) in construction settings.
Erika Vossbeck, SoundEarth Strategies, Inc.
Kendra Henderson, Washington State Department of Ecology Blake Walling, Clear Creek Systems, Inc.
Stormwater treatment facilities must be regularly inspected and maintained to ensure ongoing performance. Depending on the loading rate to the treatment facility and the risk of non-compliance, there may be a need to go beyond routine operation and maintenance activities and include continuous, and possibly, real-time monitoring of system performance. Speakers will describe a variety of advanced treatment, monitoring, and maintenance strategies used to achieve compliance.
Sarah Welsh, Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.
Michael Johnson, Enpurion Doug McClintic, StromSensor, Inc. Ariel Mosbrucker, Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.
Managing stormwater for industrial facilities sometimes involves evaluating options separate from discharge to surface water under the Industrial Stormwater General Permit. Panelists will discuss the limited conditions when discharge to the sanitary sewer could be an option, the evaluation and design necessary for stormwater infiltration, and eligibility criteria for avoiding ISGP coverage through the Conditional No Exposure (CNE) exemption.
Joe Kalmar, Landau Associates, Inc.
David Adler, Washington State Department of Ecology Luis Buen Abad, Washington State Department of Ecology Maia Hoffman, Washington State Department of Ecology Ben Lee, Landau Associates, Inc.
Expert practitioners will present an informative set of case studies that illustrate successful treatment of varied, challenging, and problematic pollutants in industrial settings. Panelists will address site conditions; contaminant characterization; treatment selection process and alternatives; installation and operational results, and O&M costs.
Nathan Soccorsy, Anchor QEA
Tim Kramer, Clear Creek Systems, Inc. Jen Schmitz, Clear Water Services Deanna Seaman, Northwest Seaport Alliance – Port of Tacoma
Phase I and Phase II Municipal Stormwater Permittees are required to manage stormwater on new development, redevelopment, and construction sites, and are required to include a review of stormwater site plans for these development activities. Panelists will provide an overview of how to review a site to ensure permit compliance and share their tips and tricks.
Logan Morrison, Anchor QEA
Douglas Howie, Washington State Department of Ecology Rhiannon Sayles, Parametrix
Many Phase II municipal stormwater permittees are in the process of developing their source control programs to comply with the permit requirement and meet upcoming permit deadlines. Permittees will discuss how they are developing their programs including how to compile an inventory of sites and site investigation; controlling runoff and cleanup; lessons learned; and BMPs.
James Packman, Aspect Consulting, LLC
Jennifer Adams, City of Mukilteo Eric Blankenship, Snohomish County Rebecca Dugopolski, Herrera Environmental Consultants, Inc. Brad Wright, Snohomish County
Municipalities are upgrading existing conveyance infrastructure or installing new infrastructure to build resiliency for heavy storm flows, and being able to design systems that fit within existing city spaces takes a lot of coordination and advanced planning. Panelists will share their processes, recommendations, and lessons learned from a range of projects that demonstrate solutions from varied perspectives.
Bronwyn Rolph, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, Inc.
Tina Hastings, Jacobs Christa Lee, City of Tacoma Alan Lord, Seattle Public Utilities Justin McCain, James W. Fowler Co. Chris Stoll, Kennedy/Jenks Consultants, Inc. Jesse Williams, Jacobs
The scale and significance of the stormwater management challenge is driving new research and innovation across a myriad of disciplines. Our panel of expert practitioners will discuss the latest technologies, methodologies, and other developments that are advancing the science of analytical testing.
TJ Mothersbaugh, WaterTectonics, Inc.
Bharat Chandramouli, SGS AXYS Matt Langston, Fremont Analytical, Inc. Kent Patton, APEX Laboratories
Engineered media filtration is one of the most effective and versatile treatment alternatives available for removing contaminants from stormwater. However, with a variety of media types, target pollutants, features, and configurations the selection, design, and implementation of a filtration system can be challenging. Panelists will discuss key attributes of different media mixtures and filter designs and will present approaches for testing, selecting, sizing, and commissioning stormwater filtration systems.
Marc Leisenring Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.
Myles Gray Geosyntec Consultants, Inc. Lindsey Mathys Contech Engineered Solutions, LLC Rich Wildman Geosyntec Consultants, Inc.
This session will provide the latest developments in science and research on stormwater infiltration including: 1) deep infiltration at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport that will be used for roof runoff from the new Second Terminal; 2) an update on infiltration research that’s been conducted for the Washington State Department of Ecology over the past year; and 3) advances in groundwater mounding analysis techniques.
Owen Reese, Aspect Consulting, LLC
Tom Atkins, Aspect Consulting, LLC J. Scott Kindred, Kindred Hydro, Inc. Richard Martin, Richard Martin Groundwater, LLC