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The Southeast Stormwater Assn. (SESWA) will host the 12th Annual Regional Stormwater Seminar March 31, 2017, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Atlanta. The seminar will cover an overview of new and emerging trends in storm water Best Management Practices (BMP), Low Impact Development (LID) techniques and Green Infrastructure policies.
The seminar will guide storm water managers and engineers through the criteria necessary to make the right selection of BMPs, and LID and Green Infrastructure practicies. Specific subjects include: regulatory background, BMP/LID types, monitoring/inspections, pollutant removal calculations, public education, and selection criteria. Attendees can view case studies from small and large jurisdictions.
The seminar will benefit local and state engineers and storm water managers; directors of public works, policy makers and regulators; civil and environmental engineers; landscape architects and consultants; and environmentalists and interested citizens.
For more information, including registration fees, continuing education credits and hotel information, visit www.seswa.org/seminars.