Water Quality Conference Coming to Denver, Focuses on Clean Water Act Compliance, Green Infrastructure and Emergency Mitigation Measures Following Wildfires
DENVER, July 24, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Experts on Stormwater and post-fire damage control will gather here August 19 – 23 to explore the newest water pollution prevention and mitigation technologies, share recent experiences and discuss strategies that are most effective in minimizing surface water pollution and protecting watersheds.
With NPDES compliance in mind, StormCon 2012 brings together municipal and government officials, property owners and builders, site inspectors, civil engineers, designers, health & safety officers, regulators, enforcement officials, planners, consultants, researchers, educators, EPA officials, and other water quality professionals under one roof to focus on this critically important topic.
The newly expanded course offerings now include "Fire & Rain: Rapid Assessment and Emergency Mitigation Measures Following Wildfires." This is a great opportunity to learn from those who have performed vital roles in emergency post-fire efforts throughout the west. If your community is potentially impacted by wildfires, do not miss this special course. See details at http://www.stormcon.com/fireandrain.htm.
The regular curriculum provides over 125 educational sessions presented by the nation's leading Stormwater experts and covers a range of material focusing on BMP case studies, Green Infrastructure, Stormwater program management, NPDES, water-quality monitoring, Industrial Stormwater, Erosion & Sediment Control, and advanced research topics.
Nearly 200 vendors and service providers will exhibit Stormwater-related products and equipment, the world's largest tradeshow of its kind. StormCon fills an urgent need by bringing government officials responsible for public health & safety and protecting water supplies together with private sector engineers, consultants and solution providers. With the increasingly urgent need to protect our water supplies, the pollution prevention strategies and technologies being discussed and on display at StormCon should not be missed.
Participants will be key personnel from cities and counties across North America, and other participating organizations include EPA, AMEC, National Park Service, Home Depot, CDOT, URS, University of California, University of Delaware, and many others.
Join us! StormCon is the premier industry event and provides the best opportunity to learn from the very best in the field. The Conference Program and registration information is at www.StormCon.com. Registrations are still available but classes are filling up quickly. Sign up today!
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