Sep 14, 2016

Picking Structural Best Management Practices (BMPs) for Treating Storm Water: Sediment, Oil & Grease, & Metals Removals

Oct. 19, 2016

2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. EST

Participants earn one Professional Development Hour.

Regulatory demands, site conditions, and costs all impact the selection of structural best management practices (BMPs) for industrial and commercial property owners. This webinar will focus on identifying, evaluating and selecting BMPs for potential pollutant removal, including sediment, oil and grease, and metals. Technical considerations will be discussed including sizing and removal efficiencies under a variety of site conditions and the presence of potential pollutants. Drawing on his experience developing testing protocols and evaluating BMPs under laboratory and field conditions, Ryan will dive into the details of structural BMP performance and evaluation.

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Ryan Janoch, Founder, P.E., Mapistry

Ryan Janoch is the founder of Mapistry, which provides online storm water compliance software to industrial facilities. He is a California licensed professional engineer with nationwide experience in storm water program compliance for industrial, municipal and federal clients, including the U.S. Department of Transportation, U.S. Navy, ready-mix concrete plants, metal recyclers and bulk marine terminals. He led the team that developed the New Jersey protocols for testing and evaluating storm water treatment devices, serves on the Water Environment Federation’s national committee for standardizing storm water practices and products (STEPP), and has evaluated and overseen testing of storm water treatment devices and media across the U.S.

Tom Ferguson, VP of Programming, Imagine H2O

Tom is vice president of programming for Imagine H2O, running the accelerator as well overseeing policy and leadership activities. Tom previously held strategy & operations roles at Project Frog (a San Francisco green buildings company) and Tamar Energy (an AD network developer based in London). Prior to business school, he spent three and half years with ERM, the sustainability consultancy, where he was an engagement manager. Tom holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, and an MA in Politics from Edinburgh University.