How and Why to Achieve ZERO Stormwater Discharge

Clint A. Smith, CPESC

The topic of discussion will outline stormwater management practice on Superfund contaminated sites. This will cover the site descriptions: Two Superfund site. Both with similar scenarios. Soil contamination ranging from heavy metals and radioactive materials. The session will walk through the planning and development phase how it migrated into the implementation phase of the plans. How the inspection and monitoring was key to show how the plans had to be augmented to conform with the site changing conditions to achieve regulatory compliance.

Learning Objective: How to manage contaminated projects and achieving a “Zero discharge” policy by means of perimeter controls, water diversion, treatment systems, and manpower.

Presented by Clint A. Smith, CPESC

Clint A. Smith has been in the environmental compliance industry for over two decades. Clint has accomplished becoming a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC). His core career responsibilities have focused on stormwater compliance in multiple industry sectors. Clint has many hats that in the industry, ranging from ditch digger to regulatory compliance enforcement. Throughout his career Clint has been recognized for his professional expertise in Environmental compliance. He has represented governments agencies, private remediation contractors, and oil and gas. Clint has worked on a variety of projects ranging from the small residential developments, oil and gas exploration, large linear roadway/ pipeline project, EPA superfund, and local municipalities.