Hi everyone, The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (CT DEEP) has recently updated the 2004 Stormwater Quality Manual and plan to release the newly revised Manual this Fall. CT NEMO has teamed up with CT DEEP to help provide more information and insight into the revised Manual and what it means for you. To […]
We want to remind everyone that UConn CLEAR is here to assist with your MS4 compliance, both in providing resources to use and acting as a go-to for any questions or issues you may run into. After reviewing the 2021 annual reports, we want to point out some resources that may be helpful in common areas that […]
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.
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 […]
There’s a new way to use the 2004 CT Stormwater Quality Manual and its LID Amendment. There’s now an online version making it easier to find the content you’re looking for and search the manual for a particular topic. There are also hyperlinks added wherever another document or link (if it still exists since the […]
After 7 years of diligent stormwater infiltration, it seems like a lot of people know about the green stormwater infrastructure (GSI) practices at the Hole-in-the-Wall beach parking lot in East Lyme – in no small part due to the stormwater classroom held here every year. Each May, town staff with help from many partners including […]