DEC Endorsed 4-HR Erosion & Sediment Control Contractor/Developer/Trained Individual/Qualified Inspector Training
January 26th, 2012
Under the SPDES General Permit for Stormwater Discharges from Construction Activity, certain contractors Trained Contractor and certain Qualified Inspectors are required to complete 4 hours of Department endorsed training in the principles and practices of erosion and sediment control (E&SC) every 3 years.
For more information on who should get trained, click here
Where:NYSDEC Region 2 Annex Building, Basement Conference Room, 11-15 47th Avenue, Long Island City, NY 11101
Time:8:00 am Registration, Class 8:30am-1:00 am
Fee:$95each (breakfast included)
For the Information and Mandatory Registration, Click the link below
Sustainable Stormwater Management
The District's Stormwater Program is focused on installing and promoting "Green Infrastructure" - or GI - practices that
will reduce the amount of rain water entering our Combined Sewer Overflow system.
For more information about the District's Stormwater Management,
Contact Tatiana Morin
P: 212-431-9676 Ext.335
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Program For Green Infrastructure Cost & Maintenance LID WORKSHOP Monday, December 6th, 2010
GI Workshop : Linking the Economic Benefits of LID and Community Decisions Robert M. Roseen, Todd Janeski, James Houle, UNH Stormwater Center and Michael Simpson, Antioch University
GI Workshop : Leveraging Fees and Private Development to Install & Maintain Low Impact Development in Public Space Jeffrey Seltzer, DDOE
GI Workshop : Sustainable Stormwater Management, PlaNYC Aaron Koch, Policy Advisor, Mayor's Office of Long-Term Planning & Sustainability
GI Workshop : Panel Discussion-Voice Recording The quality isn't that great, but if you turn up the bass a little and the treble, it sounds a little bit better.
Stormwater: Water- A Waste or Resource PPT 11-09
Piloting Stormwater Catchment in Greenstreets Presented by Jeff Keiter and Michael Meric of the NYC DPR’s Division of Central Forestry & Horticulture at the joint NYCSWCD Board & Water Quality Coordinating Committee held on July 19, 2006
Better Site Development Workshop Presentation 1 Overview of Low Impact Development by Tatiana Morin, NYCSWCD
Better Site Development Workshop Presentation 3 Bioretention Retrofits: Water Resource Protection through LID by Marit Larson, NRG NYCDPR