Webcast: Washington DC’s Stormwater Retention Credit Program
May 23 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

This webinar will provide a deep dive into DC’s Department of Energy and Environment Stormwater Retention Credit (SRC) Program. The SRC program, established on July 19, 2013, is the first of its kind in the nation. The program creates a market for voluntary stormwater retrofits in Washington DC. The program allows regulated sites to meet their obligations by buying SRCs from unregulated properties elsewhere in the city. Other District properties generate SRCs by exceeding their own regulatory requirements or voluntarily installing retention infrastructure such as green roofs and rain gardens. The SRC market provides flexible and cost-effective compliance options for the regulated community as well as financial incentives to voluntarily increase stormwater retention in the District.

Presenter: Brian Van Wye, DC Department of Energy and Environment

Great Lakes & St. Lawrence Green Infrastructure Conference
May 31 – Jun 2 all-day

As local governments struggle to address aging infrastructure and capacity issues, opportunities exist to transition away from grey to green infrastructure. Communities across the Great Lakes basin are pushing their integrated stormwater management to the next level and using green infrastructure to minimize flooding risks by decreasing surface runoff into lakes and streams.

The Great Lakes & St. Lawrence Green Infrastructure Conference is the first conference to focus on using green infrastructure across the landscape with a primary goal of protecting the surface waters in the Great Lakes region. The time is right for a comprehensive look at this important topic of taking stormwater management into the 21st century. The conference location in Detroit is in the middle of the Great Lakes chain and at the forefront of many innovative green infrastructure projects.

This conference is intended for engineers, landscape architects, water quality professionals, government officials (local, state, provincial, and federal), developers, planners, academia, drain and road agencies, conservation and non-profit organizations, and interest groups from the Great Lakes basin in Canada and the U.S., who are working on integrated stormwater management and green infrastructure.

Save $55 by registering before May 12

Here’s why YOU should be there

Find solutions on integrated stormwater management and get up-to-date information on green infrastructure technology, economics, local government/public works, and multijurisdictional/regional scale from experts around the Great Lakes region.

Network with key leaders, clients, and potential customers.

Be inspired by our world class keynote speakers!

  • Adam Freed, Principal, Sustainability Practice, Bloomberg Associates
  • Andy Reese, Vice President, AMEC Environment & Infrastructure
  • Palencia Mobley, Deputy Director/Chief Engineer, Detroit Water & Sewerage Dept.
  • Jon Allan, Director, Michigan Office of the Great Lakes

Choose from over 130 concurrent technical presentations delivered by experts around the world.

Visit with exhibitors featuring emerging technologies, services, products and more.

Earn continuing education credits for your professional development.

It’s affordable – regular 2-day registration fee is only $295 (through May 12).

Check out tours of green infrastructure projects across metro Detroit. Choose from the Ford Rouge plant, RecoveryPark/LEAP Urban Vacant Lot Greening/Eastern Market, CSO Control with Detroit Water and Sewer Department/University of Michigan/Tetra Tech Inc., Lawrence Technological University, and Downtown Detroit Local Bike Tour.

Explore Detroit – recently named one of 6 Unexpected Cities for the Food Lover by National Geographic.

WEF Stormwater Seminar (co-located with ICA 2017)
Jun 15 – Jun 16 all-day

Co-located with ICA2017, WEF will host a 2-day Stormwater Seminar, June 15-16, on the use of smart systems/big data for innovative approaches to stormwater management.

Get more details on the WEF Stormwater Seminar as well as view a PDF of an updated seminar agenda.

All sewer system related presentations for ICA2017 have been put on Wednesday, June 13, to form a nice bridge with the subsequent WEF Stormwater Seminar (so people attending the seminar can pick this day from the ICA conference program as well).

FHWA & WE&RF Webcast: Part 3: Application of Stochastic Empirical Dilution Model (SELDM) in the Transportation and Highway Stormwater Projects
Jun 22 @ 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Speaker: Greg Granato, U.S. Geological Survey and William Fletcher, Oregon Department of Transportation

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is collaborating with the Water Environment & Reuse Foundation (WE&RF) to conduct a webinar series that should be of interest to you and others in the community.

The topic of this series of three short, but informative sessions is: Integrated Stormwater Management for Highway and Transportation Sector: Database and Modeling Tool.

The webinars will be held from 1:00 – 1:30 pm ET on April 18th, May 16th, and June 22nd, 2017. All three events are free

Sep 30 – Oct 4 all-day

WEFTEC®, the Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition and Conference, is the largest conference of its kind in North America and offers water quality professionals from around the world with the best water quality education and training available today.

Also recognized as the largest annual water quality exhibition in the world, the expansive show floor provides unparalleled access to the most cutting-edge technologies in the field; serves as a forum for domestic and international business opportunities; and promotes invaluable peer-to-peer networking among registrants.