Join the Combined Sewer Overflow Field Tour and explore the impressive 2.2-million-gallon CSO Tank 26, an environmental beacon protecting the Spokane River from contamination since 2020. Don't miss the almost sold-out Cochran Basin Project Field Tour, where you'll witness natural bioretention in action at Downriver Park, reducing pollutant loading in the river. Register now to experience these captivating real-world solutions during our field tours. Limited space remains!
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We're relaunching our bi-weekly news brief to help you stay on top of erosion and sediment control and stormwater management industries. As with previous editions, you will still get a snapshot of current industry trends and happenings in one easy-to-read digest without having to search through different news daily. If you haven't received an edition yet, sign-up now to join the list.
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The Standards and Practices (S&P) Committee has been convened by the IECA Board of Directors (BODs) to develop standards for the construction stormwater industry. The Board recognizes regional differences and even local differences in terminology and design of erosion and sediment control practices. However, the Board also recognizes that standardizing design based upon sound science, testing criteria for sediment controls, monitoring recommendations to provide feedback to site operators, and terminology will greatly advance the stormwater industry. Download the latest design standards including guidance on Inlet Protection, Check Dam Standard, and Construction Entrance/Exit Pad Standard.