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Free Webinar: The Evolution of Stormwater Monitoring Strategies June 7th   |   1 PDH / 0.1 CEU - Wednesday, June 7 (11:00am)

Free Webinar:
The Evolution of Stormwater Monitoring Strategies

June 7th | 1 PDH / 0.1 CEU

Traditional compliance sampling for MS4 permits is an expensive proposition. Qualifying storm events don't always happen during office hours, which increases labor costs required to collect a sample. Lab analysis costs are high, and the resulting data is often too sparse to truly solve problems and improve water quality. New monitoring strategies combined with advanced technologies can ensure that you have eyes in the field to capture every event as it happens, every time.

Join DeWayne Smith, P.E. CPESC, CPSWQ, CPMSM, with Hydro Engineering Solutions for a free webinar sponsored by In-Situ exploring alternative, cost-effective monitoring strategies and technologies that improve ROI and help to identify potential pollution sources.

Learning Objectives
Attendees can expect the discussion and education of the following learning objectives:

  • Understand the true costs and limitations of traditional sampling programs.
  • Explore collaborative approaches that can lead to new, more effective monitoring strategies.
  • Determine how advanced techniques and technologies increase data quality and availability.
  • Assess how to cost-effectively identify potential pollutant sources.

Smith will begin by discussing the evolution of monitoring strategies and costs associated with the city of Hoover's MS4 program. Jumping into today's cost-effective solution for identifying potential sources, we'll explore how the city of Hoover has used state-of-the-art continuous monitoring stations to collect and upload real-time water quality data (level, dissolved oxygen, turbidity, pH, ORP and specific conductance). Specifically, we'll investigate how this monitoring strategy has assisted the city to evaluate the quality of stormwater runoff and base flow within its jurisdiction.

Dewayne Smith
Vice President
Hydro Engineering Solutions