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Sep
5
Thu
NGICP Training – Pittsburgh, PA
Sep 5 – Oct 3 all-day
NGICP Training - Pittsburgh, PA

Registration (Registration is separate for Training & Exam – MUST register for BOTH)

The training is provided by Holly Hudson, a licensed NGICP trainer. Inquiries for this training can be directed to Holly Hudson at hhudson@cosmostechnologiesinc.com or 412-321-3951.

Training Schedule & Location
Five consecutive Thursdays – Sep 5, 12, 19, 26 and Oct 3:  9.00 AM to 5.00 PM at 700 River Ave (5th Floor Conference Room), Pittsburgh PA 15212

Cost
Training Fee – $350 early bird (paid to Cosmos Technologies); $385 after July 5
Exam Fee – $200 (paid to WEF)

Exam Information
The exam is currently being administered as a computer-based test at PSI Testing Centers.  Approved NGICP applicants will receive an email from PSI regarding scheduling the NGICP exam.  The NGICP Exam must be scheduled within one year of completion of training.

More information about NGICP: https://ngicp.org/

Sep
9
Mon
NGICP Training – Marietta, GA
Sep 9 – Oct 7 all-day
NGICP Training - Marietta, GA @ Georgia Association of Water Professionals

Registration (Registration is separate for Training & Exam – MUST register for BOTH)

The training is provided by Georgia Association of Water Professionals, a licensed NGICP trainer. Inquiries for this training can be directed to jmoore@gawp.org or 678-540-7323 .

Training Schedule & Location
Sep 9, 16, 23, 30 & Oct 7, 2019 (only on Mondays):  8.00 AM to 5.00 PM
1655 Enterprise Way, Marietta, GA 30067

Cost
Training Fee – $975 (paid to GAWP)
Exam Fee – $200 (paid to WEF)

Exam Information
The exam is currently being administered as a computer-based test at PSI Testing Centers.  Approved NGICP applicants will receive an email from PSI regarding scheduling the NGICP exam.  The NGICP Exam must be scheduled within one year of completion of training.

More information about NGICP: https://ngicp.org/

Sep
18
Wed
NGICP Training – Pittsburgh, PA
Sep 18 – Oct 16 all-day
NGICP Training - Pittsburgh, PA @ Energy Innovation Center (Penn State Center)

Registration (Registration is separate for Training & Exam – MUST register for BOTH)

The training is provided by David Himes, a licensed NGICP trainer. Inquiries for this training can be directed to David Himes at davidhimes@psu.edu or 412-263-1754.

Training Schedule & Location
Five consecutive Wednesdays – Sep 18, 25 and Oct 2, 9, 16:  8.30 AM to 4.30 PM at Energy Innovation Center (Penn State Center), 1435 Bedford Avenue; Suite A; Pittsburgh, PA 15219.

Cost
Training Fee – $550 (for private sector companies) and $350 (for public organizations)  Lunch is included
Exam Fee – $200 (paid to WEF)

Exam Information
The exam is currently being administered as a computer-based test at PSI Testing Centers.  Approved NGICP applicants will receive an email from PSI regarding scheduling the NGICP exam.  The NGICP Exam must be scheduled within one year of completion of training.

More information about NGICP: https://ngicp.org/

Sep
21
Sat
WEFTEC 2019 Stormwater Congress
Sep 21 @ 8:30 am – Sep 25 @ 3:30 pm

The Stormwater Congress Program at WEFTEC provides stormwater professionals from around the world the opportunity to learn from the very best thought-leaders in all aspects of stormwater management, to meet and share ideas with other professionals in the sector facing similar issues, and to gain access to the largest annual water quality exhibition in the world.

With 4 plenary sessions, 16 technical sessions in the Stormwater Management track, 12 technical sessions related to stormwater in the Collection Systems, Watershed, Utility Management, and Future Insights tracks, a workshop and mobile session specifically designed to address stormwater challenges, the Stormwater Luncheon and Stormwater Pavilion, this program encompasses ALL aspects of stormwater management.

Don’t miss the following Stormwater Congress events at WEFTEC 2019:

  • 28 technical sessions
  • Workshop and Special Seminar
  • Stormwater Luncheon
  • Stormwater Mobile Session
  • 1,000+ Exhibitors
  • Stormwater Pavilion
Oct
7
Mon
NGICP Training – Hopkinton, MA
Oct 7 – Oct 11 all-day
NGICP Training - Hopkinton, MA @ Weston Nurseries, Inc., Wholesale Building

Registration (Registration is separate for Training & Exam – MUST register for BOTH)

The training is provided by Trevor Smith, a licensed NGICP trainer. Inquiries for this training can be directed to trevor@landescapesdesigninc.com.

Information regarding the training can be found at: https://www.mnla.com/events/event_details.asp?legacy=1&id=1259712#

Training Schedule & Location
Oct 7-11, 2019 (Mon through Friday):  8.30 AM to 5.00 PM

Weston Nurseries, Inc., Wholesale Building
40 Frankland Road Hopkinton
Massachusetts 01748

Eligibility Requirements
All candidates interested in taking the NGICP exam must have completed High School education (at a minimum) and a 35hr GI training.   Applicants are required to upload a copy of their HS/college diploma or transcript at the time of registering for the NGICP exam and the trainers will submit the training attendance log to WEF (as proof of completing the 35hr training).

Cost
Training Fee – $800
Exam Fee – $200 (paid to WEF)

Exam Information
The exam is currently being administered as a computer-based test at PSI Testing Centers.  Approved NGICP applicants will receive an email from PSI regarding scheduling the NGICP exam.  The NGICP Exam must be scheduled within one year of completion of training.

More information about NGICP: https://ngicp.org/

Nov
12
Tue
Storm Water Solutions 2019 Conference and Exhibition
Nov 12 @ 7:30 am – Nov 14 @ 7:30 pm

Furthering the growth of the storm water and erosion control industries, this live event includes comprehensive storm water training sessions, exhibits, and educational seminars, providing industry professionals with efficient, responsible and economical solutions for storm water and erosion control challenges.

The Conference & Exhibition offers attendees the opportunity to network with other industry professionals from around the country and will be held at the Tinley Park (IL) Convention Center, located in south-suburban Chicago.

(Professional development hour credits available).

Visit http://www.swsconferenceexpo.com for more information.

 

Dec
10
Tue
WEF Stormwater Institute Resilient Redevelopment for Everyone Seminar – Lancaster, PA
Dec 10 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

This half day workshop will explore the anatomy of community revitalization. Hear from national experts and local practitioners. Get creative and cost-effective solutions to tackle site constraints and extreme weather through Green Infrastructure design. Come to network with industry colleagues. Meet experts across the private and public sectors. Participate in design activities. Contribute to a nationally distributed model process for communities engaged in building resilience.

Participants who submit their challenge sites, in advance, may be featured in a nationally-distributed site catalog on resilient redevelopment. Site submissions may be selected for charrette activities. One submission will be awarded up to 80-hours of no-cost design services: http://bit.ly/wef_redev

Space is limited, so register NOW to secure your spot! We will announce the winners of the Site Design services at the charrette.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • What are green infrastructure (GI) and resiliency (R)? How are they related?
  • What are the national trends in stormwater regulation?
  • What innovative GI/R strategies are being used to overcome project site challenges?
  • How do local redevelopment plans align with resiliency?
  • How is resiliency being adopted in redevelopment opportunities nationally?

WHY THIS MATTERS

Redevelopment policies and regulations impact owner and designer perceptions of opportunities. Challenging site conditions and risk aversion can mean project sites with Green Infrastructure requirements are avoided. Being informed about innovative approaches and clean water technologies can unlock a site’s potential. Innovators eager to adopt green infrastructure and deliver green sustainable, resilient projects may not be aware of the range of cost-effective solutions. There is a need for regulators, developers, designers, advocates, and academics to ground decision making in real-world difficult site conditions. All would benefit from an evaluation process linking work-around solutions with site type conditions. This workshop explores these needs through an educational charrette platform to provide collaborative informed designs and build a network of stakeholders across disciplines with a shared language for resilient redevelopment.

REGISTER FOR FREE TODAY

Dec
11
Wed
WEF Stormwater Institute Resilient Redevelopment for Everyone Seminar – DC Metro Area
Dec 11 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

This half day workshop will explore the anatomy of community revitalization. Hear from national experts and local practitioners. Get creative and cost-effective solutions to tackle site constraints and extreme weather through Green Infrastructure design. Come to network with industry colleagues. Meet experts across the private and public sectors. Participate in design activities. Contribute to a nationally distributed model process for communities engaged in building resilience.

Participants who submit their challenge sites, in advance, may be featured in a nationally-distributed site catalog on resilient redevelopment. Site submissions may be selected for charrette activities. One submission will be awarded up to 80-hours of no-cost design services: http://bit.ly/wef_redev

Space is limited, so register NOW to secure your spot! We will announce the winners of the Site Design services at the charrette.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • What are green infrastructure (GI) and resiliency (R)? How are they related?
  • What are the national trends in stormwater regulation?
  • What innovative GI/R strategies are being used to overcome project site challenges?
  • How do local redevelopment plans align with resiliency?
  • How is resiliency being adopted in redevelopment opportunities nationally?

WHY THIS MATTERS

Redevelopment policies and regulations impact owner and designer perceptions of opportunities. Challenging site conditions and risk aversion can mean project sites with Green Infrastructure requirements are avoided. Being informed about innovative approaches and clean water technologies can unlock a site’s potential. Innovators eager to adopt green infrastructure and deliver green sustainable, resilient projects may not be aware of the range of cost-effective solutions. There is a need for regulators, developers, designers, advocates, and academics to ground decision making in real-world difficult site conditions. All would benefit from an evaluation process linking work-around solutions with site type conditions. This workshop explores these needs through an educational charrette platform to provide collaborative informed designs and build a network of stakeholders across disciplines with a shared language for resilient redevelopment.

REGISTER FOR FREE TODAY

Jan
29
Wed
IFAT Delhi 2020
Jan 29 – Jan 31 all-day

North India’s Trade Fair for Water, Sewage, Solid Waste and Recycling

The first edition of IFAT Delhi will take place alongside the World Sustainable Development Summit 2020 – The Energy and Resources Institute’s (TERI) flagship Event and one of the largest international events dedicated to sustainable development. By launching its second IFAT trade fair in India, MesseMuenchen India aims to establish the event as a strong platform for the environmental community in the country’s north. Taking place in New Delhi, the power center of India, IFAT Delhi and WSDS 2020 will bring together policy makers, local government and change makers to discuss key national and topical issues concerning the environment.

Key reasons why you should be at IFAT Delhi 2020

  • Delhi is the meeting hub of India’s decision makers
    India’s capital is home to the key contacts for country-wide environmental initiatives: it houses central government, state government agencies, a wealth of company headquarters and industry associations.
  • IFAT – World’s leading network for environmental technologies
    Be part of IFAT’s vast network which encompasses eight trade fairs in Germany, China, India, South Africa and Turkey as well as partners from all over the world.
  • Be part of the most influential platform in India
    In strong partnership with WSDS, IFAT Delhi positions to be the most influential platform for adoption of technology and policy changes to be implemented in India.
  • Comprehensive product range
    Showcase the latest technologies for waste water treatment, water extraction, waste management and recycling, waste to energy and air pollution.

Click here for more details and to register.

Feb
23
Sun
2020 International Erosion Control Association Annual Conference and Expo
Feb 23 – Feb 26 all-day

The IECA Annual Conference and Expo brings together the industry’s most innovative minds in the erosion and sediment control and storm water industry. Attend this one-of-a-kind conference to connect with thousands of colleagues from over 25 countries, engage in cutting-edge educational sessions while earning professional development hours and access one of the largest expo halls in the industry.

The conference is the premiere education event to learn the latest updates and advancements in the field and gain insight to critical issues facing the profession.

Exhibit at the 2020 IECA Annual Conference to make contacts and build relationships with purchasing agents. Show your products and services to the engineers who specify their use, the contractors who buy and use the products and services and the regulators who monitor the sites – all at one show! Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with your audience at one of the most respected events in the industry.

Get more information at http://www.ieca.org/IECA/IECA_Events/2020_Annual_Conference.aspx.