Using microbial markers and other methods, source tracking can help identify sources of fecal pollution in stormwater and receiving waterbodies. Knowing the source of fecal pollution is an important first step to finding effective ways of eliminating it. The City of Santa Barbara, Calif., and the University of California–Santa Barbara recently released a guidance document […]
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1:00 pm Closing the Gap: EPA Region 3 Pu...
Closing the Gap: EPA Region 3 Pu...
May 28 @ 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
WEF and EPA Region 3 are hosting a webcast focusing on EPA Region 3′s recently published a guide called Community Based Public-Private Partnerships (CBP3s) and Alternative Market-Based Tools for Integrated Green Stormwater Infrastructure. The webcast[...]
all-day Low Impact Development Performa...
Low Impact Development Performa...
Jun 9 – Jun 10 all-day
A training for engineers, plan reviewers, stormwater utilities and regulators focused on the performance of bioretention and permeable pavement in northern Ohio, LID design guidance, development of a statewide runoff reduction crediting framework and enhanced[...]