To Construction and Beyond: Lessons Regarding Temporary and Permanent Stormwater Control Measures
Tyler Dell, MA
During this session, attendees will learn about the importance of practices that are used every day to provide effective stormwater management. The session begins with an introduction into temporary best management practices (BMPs) that are used throughout the construction process to protect the environment and infrastructure from excessive sediment pollution. BMPs to be discussed include temporary sediment control, soil stabilization and run-on/run-off control during the construction process. Also included in this webinar is a look at permanent stormwater control measures (SCMs) also known as post-construction BMPs. The session will cover the installation of detention ponds, rain gardens, grass swales and even permanent pavement. Attendees will learn all of the tips and tricks to make sure that your SCM not only survives the construction process but is able to thrive throughout its entire design life.
- Recognize the importance of stormwater management during and after construction
- Identify deficiencies in temporary best management practices (BMPs) and permanent stormwater control measures (SCMs)
- Promote the correct procedures and strategies for ensuring the proper use of BMPs and SCMs