Stormwater Permitting Requirements: How to Keep Compliant, Avoid Violations
Live Webinar Recording
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
Stormwater permitting continues to be a key area EPA targets for enforcement actions. This 60-minute webinar will clarify the most recent rules EPA has set out, giving you the information you need to help keep your facility in compliance. Please join us to hear:
Clear explanation of EPA's latest discharge rules for facilities
Requirements for permitting, BMPs, monitoring, reporting & recordkeeping
Guidelines to develop a compliant Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan
Specific examples of common permitting hang-ups and how to avoid them
EPA's Stormwater Permitting Process & Requirements
Clear explanation of current stormwater permitting regulations
What can you expect during a typical permitting process?
Ways to effectively address information sought by EPA or state agencies
Creating a Compliant Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan
Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan regulations and EPA guidance
Specific requirements and guidelines for ensuring compliance
Self-inspections, sampling, e training & spill control: What's required
Common Permitting Pitfalls - How You Can Protect Your Facility
What you can do if failure to complete application or provide information
Keys to ensuring your permit requirements are addressed and completed
Notice of Intent: When is one needed for your facility?
Live Question and Answer - Have your specific Stormwater permitting issues addressed
About The Speaker
Jesse Zahn, a CHMM and Department Manager in HRP's Clifton Park, New York Office, has been assisting private and government clients with environmental compliance issues for 19 years.
As a project manager and department manager, Mr. Zahn, routinely assists clients with the management of oils and hazardous materials nationwide. This includes review and development of SPCC plans, storm water plans, performing integrity assessments of bulk containers, chemical management, EPCRA reporting and conducting audits and reviews of material storage.
Mr. Zahn's experience includes development of management systems to assist clients with achieving and maintaining environmental compliance with local, state and federal regulations.
His recent experience includes working with multiple industrial clients with facilities in 25 states and Canada, a government client with 70 facilities across New York State, and small locally owned facilities employing less than 25 people.
Get the most up-to-date information on stormwater permitting requirements in this information packed 60-minute program. You and your staff will gain practical, hand-on tools to keep your facility compliant with the latest regulations.