The Douglas County Construction Site Runoff Control (CSRC) program center assists in the effective implementation and enforcement of Grading, Erosion and Sediment Control (GESC) and Drainage, Erosion, and Sediment Control (DESC) programs. Training sessions for County staff, designers, and construction site operators are held. In addition, Developers/Owners and General Contractors on all new development projects receive training on GESC requirements at a required preconstruction field conference held on site prior to the start of any land disturbance activity.
The Keep it Clean participants include Boulder County; the cities of Boulder, Longmont, and Louisville; and the towns of Superior and Erie; Phase II municipal separate storm sewer systems (MS4s) and require a discharge permit. The Partners have combined resources to be the Keep it Clean Partnership and provide resources for construction runoff control practices, including a training schedule and other resources.
The Colorado Environmental Training Center (ETC) offers a diversity of programs, classes, workshops, continuing education and college curricula. Includes stormwater management and erosion control courses.
The Colorado Stormwater Center at Colorado State University provides stormwater-related education, training and research with the goal of maintaining and improving the health of lakes, rivers and streams through proper stormwater management. They target various groups for education and training, including: stormwater professionals, construction and landscape contractors, stormwater inspectors, and local governments.
The National Stormwater Centers courses focus on permit compliance and intent of the regulations. Our courses were developed by former enforcement officers to result in stormwater inspectors who are knowledgeable and who possess the necessary skills as per permit definitions.
The International Erosion Control Association (IECA) is a non-profit, member organization that provides education, resource information and business opportunities for professionals in the erosion and sediment control industry. Erosion, sediment control and stormwater management training is available from your home or office. IECA webinars are 60 to 90-minute, topic-focused, online training (elearning) sessions you can take anywhere you have access to an internet connection and a phone.
The new Phase II rules require stormwater permits at construction sites one acre and larger. This permit requires weekly inspections and maintenance of the installed erosion and sedimentation control devices. Stormwater Services Group provides in-house training for these topics and others relating to permit and environmental compliance.
ASCE holds more than 300 seminars and computer workshops each year on a wide variety of technical, management, and regulatory topics includes hydraulics and water resources. These seminars are held in more than 45 cities across the U.S.
AGC of America is committed to providing the best resources and information in order to enhance performance and career development opportunities for individuals, member firms and the construction industry.
McGraw-Hill Construction connects people, projects and products across the design and construction industry. From project and product information to industry news, trends and forecasts, we provide industry players the tools and resources that help them save time, money, and energy. The focus is on Green Building and some courses involve stormwater issues.
StormCon is where you will find the latest stormwater program management and BMPs performance case studies, research, technology, and servicesin an unparalleled education and training setting for anyone involved in surface-water quality.
Storm Water Solutions offers the latest news, expert opinions, technical articles, case studies and product information relevant to the storm water industry. Provides a calendar of events, including stormwater training courses.
The NPDES Permitting program offers training courses, workshops, and webcasts to explain the regulatory framework and technical considerations of the NPDES Permit program. These courses are designed for permit writers, dischargers, EPA officials, and other interested parties.
The Center for Watershed Protection provides local governments, activists, and watershed organizations around the country with the technical tools for protecting some of the nation's most precious natural resources: our streams, lakes and rivers.
Learn how to comply with the latest storm water management regulations at this comprehensive one-day class. You will learn about the various permit options available, how to develop required storm water pollution prevention plans, which best management practices are right for your facility or site, and methods for collecting and handling samples. Both industrial and construction storm water management requirements are covered, as well as state-specific requirements.
For fee 8-hour CPSWPP online stormwater training and certification educates and certifies individuals to prepare Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans. Professionals certified as a CPSWPPP are also certified to implement and inspect sites for stormwater compliance.
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