Clues for NPDES Compliance:
Pacific Precursors and Lessons Learned for Industrial Stormwater Dischargers takes place next week – Register now to review the fundamental changes of the upcoming 2020 Federal Multi-sector General Permit (MSGP) and some of the new regulations it sets forth.
Stormwater regulation is evolving, pushing more responsibility onto dischargers by holding them accountable through categorization based on their ability to meet numeric benchmarks and determining their status based on how they respond and implement effective BMPs.
So, with the final draft of the 2020 MSGP imminent, what lessons have we learned from states that have already moved forward with increased National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) regulations for Industrial Stormwater Permittees and Dischargers?
In this live, educational, two-part webinar hosted by Forester University and presented by returning speaker Jonathan Meronek (Project Manager at SCS Engineers), we will assist stormwater dischargers in achieving compliance by reviewing the fundamental Draft MSGP tenets and examining the current statewide General Permits of the Pacific States (California, Washington, and Oregon), which are beginning to see the benefits of overall compliance and better receiving water quality.
Join us next Tuesday and Thursday, May 19 & 21, at 11 a.m. PDT / 2 p.m. EDT!
- Understand the significant changes that are imminent in the upcoming Federal 2020 MSGP
- Explore how those changes (including benchmarks, exceedance responses, and directives) could potentially influence states' NPDES Industrial General Permits
- Examine and learn by example from states that currently have elements in place that mirror the new MSGP requirements and what those regulations require of their permittees/dischargers
- Discuss lessons learned so far by those permittees/dischargers
- Know how to better prepare and your stormwater management program for the future as stormwater managers, consultants, and owners under the increasing regulatory trajectory