We will be having our next stormwater utility webinar in a few weeks: Gaining Public Support with Your Stormwater Utility: The City of Dover October 5th, 2022; 1PM EST For our fourth webinar of the series, Gretchen Young PE, the Environmental Projects Manager for the City of Dover, New Hampshire, will discuss the city’s current […]
Our third installment of the Stormwater Utility Webinar Series is around the corner: Stormwater Utility Trends on Wednesday, June 15th, 2022 at 1PM EST. Dr. Warren Campbell from Western Kentucky University has been collecting and analyzing information on stormwater utilities in the US for 15 years. He has been described as a human encyclopedia of […]
Introducing out next stormwater utility webinar, Starting A Stormwater Utility: Learning from the South Burlington Experience! In this webinar, the Stormwater Superintendent of South Burlington, VT, Dave Wheeler, will discuss the process of establishing the first stormwater utility in the state. This webinar will provide further detail on various aspects of setting up and […]
The Winter 2022 edition of the MS4 Newsletter has arrived! On here, you’ll find information pertaining to annual report and permit information, general stormwater news, as well as a piece on the Town of Colchester’s incorporation of green infrastructure into their Land Use Regulations to help disconnect their DCIA.
The second edition of the CT MS4 newsletter is out. It covers the new 2020 Impaired Waters Data Layers, an update on CT Stormwater Authorities, upcoming stormwater events and much more!
UConn CLEAR is holding a Stormwater Pond Retrofit Workshop that will demonstrate how to retrofit existing dry and wet stormwater ponds and bioretention areas to allow for infiltration and/or better pollutant removal. The workshop will be presented by nationally-known expert Dr. Bill Hunt from North Carolina State University on Monday, July 26, 2021, from 9 am to 3 pm […]
As we approach the 5th and final year of CT’s updated MS4 permit we’re offering a webinar to review the new tasks coming due, offer some guidance on what to expect next year, and address the most commonly confused MS4 concepts based on a review of Annual Reports. We’ll also share some MS4 news and […]
This newsletter was created to relay occasional updates and important information to MS4 regulated communities. In this Issue: · Don’t Forget your Annual Reports· Watch the Disconnection Workshop Series· Encouraging LID with a Checklist· MS4 Puzzler· MS4 Tool of the month Don’t Forget your Annual Reports! Unless you put it in your Annual Report, CT […]
We’re holding a virtual workshop series covering all aspects of impervious cover disconnection in the MS4 permit. Each workshop session is (approx) 1-hour long. Register here. Join us at 1pm on: Wednesday, December 2nd when we’re talking about how to review your regulations and local guidance for barriers to Low Impact Development. Wednesday, December 9th […]
First, a very quick summary of the impaired waters monitoring program: One MS4 monitoring requirement is that MS4s conduct wet weather monitoring of all outfalls that discharge directly to stormwater impaired waterbodies which can be impaired by bacteria, nitrogen, phosphorus, or other pollutant of concern. Impaired waterbodies can be seen on the MS4 map […]