Lessons Learned from EPA's Audit of Salt Lake County's Stomwater Program

Presented by Dan Drumiler

This presentation will cover the background of Salt Lake County’s MS4 program, and specifically, the 2012 EPA audit of this program including a summary of the findings, corrective actions, and resulting Consent Decree. In conclusion, the lessons learned from the audit and the current status of the program will be shared.

Dan Drumiler, PE

Stormwater Program Manager

Salt Lake County

Dan graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Utah in 1993. After graduating, he worked for five years for the Ward Engineering Group designing residential and commercial developments. In 1998, he started working for Salt Lake County reviewing and approving urban hydrology plans for new developments. Beginning in 2000, he worked as a Design and Project Engineer overseeing the right-of-way acquisition, design, and construction of road and sidewalk improvement projects. Since 2007 to the present, he has been the Stormwater Program Manager for Salt Lake County working to ensure full compliance with the County’s UPDES stormwater permit. During this time he also managed and administered the Watershed Planning & Restoration and Hydrology Gaging programs. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Utah.

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