Meet NPDES Permit Requirements In A Cost Effective Way
The voices of our customers are one of our favorite sounds, and we couldn’t be more excited to hear from this one! Join special guest speaker, James Riddle from Woolpert, our very own, Brandon Smith from YSI, and Chris Heyer from Aquatic Informatics. Learn how Greenville County is using continuous water quality data to better identify sources of nutrients and significantly reduce TMDL implementation costs that were estimated to exceed $65 million in construction costs alone by attending this free webinar.
Our featured presenter, James Riddle, is a Senior Associate and Project Manager for Woolpert Inc. and has worked in the Columbia, South Carolina office for over 15 years. He has extensive experience in water resources with an emphasis in surface water quality and quantity monitoring and NPDES municipal compliance. He has spoken at numerous regional and national conferences on the topic of surface water monitoring and is a member of the South Carolina Association of Storm Water Managers, Florida Stormwater Association, Southeast Stormwater Association, and the American Public Works Association.
When local governments face extreme costs to improve water quality, they must clearly understand the real sources of the impairment. Continuous water quality monitoring provides high resolution data for many parameters to evaluate not only long term trends, but real-time illicit discharges that can be tracked to the source. Attend this webinar to learn how you can meet NPDES permit requirements effectively with continuous water quality monitoring.
“Continuous data helps us quickly narrow into the source of the discharge and eliminate it. Quicker elimination of illicit discharges better meets our goal of reducing pollutant loads in our river and streams.” - Judy Wortkoetter, County Engineer, Greenville County
This free webinar will be held on October 21st, 2015 at 2:00 PM EDT. You don’t want to miss this, register now!
1 Hour Webinar Highlights:
- Modernization - grab sampling vs continuous monitoring
- A look at technologies deployed inside Greenville County
- The ROI of continuous data to meet EPA requirements
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