Abstract - Inspection Practices Under The Western Washington Phase II NPDES Stormwater Permit
City of Bellevue, Surface Water and Water Quality: Todd Dahlberg, Water Quality Supervisor; Mike Krueger, Storm & Surface Water Superintendent; Jerry Campbell, Stormwater Inspector; Brian Miller, Private Drainage Inspector
The session will review private drainage inspection practices, as well as different types of inspections (municipal, industrial, residential, etc). Discussions will center on inspection techniques in the field, customer interactions, and ways to help customers comply with inspection requirements. Additional topics of interest include the different types of municipal facilities requiring inspections, how to perform the inspections, what inspectors are looking for, and how they classify it for follow up, including whether the maintenance activity is subject to a permit timeline.
Abstract - Stormwater Management Manual For Eastern Washington
Doug Howie, Department of Ecology
The Stormwater Management Manual for Eastern Washington (SWMMEW) has been in place since 2004. In 2018, Ecology, along with a steering committee made up of permittees throughout eastern Washington updated the manual. The 2019 version of the SWMMEW corresponds to the requirements in the 2019 permit.
Abstract - Illicit Connection And Illicit Discharge (IC/ID) Field Screening And Source Tracing Training
Rebecca Dugopolski, Herrera Environmental Consultants; James Packman, Aspect Consulting
This training will provide an overview of field methods for detecting and tracing sources of illicit discharges (ID) and illicit connections (IC). The training content will be based on the 2013 IC/ID Field Screening and Source Tracing Guidance Manual and will include some of the changes that are proposed for the update to the IC/ID Field Screening and Source Tracing Guidance Manual due to be published in late 2019.
Abstract - Education And Outreach | Social Marketing: What Are The Principles For Success
Nancy Lee, Social Marketing Services, Inc.
Sponsored by King County This half-day workshop will begin by defining and distinguishing the Social Marketing option for citizen behavior change. A Ten-Step Framework for developing a strategic social marketing plan will be shared and—for each step—a description, case study, and principle for success will be presented. Attendees will have an opportunity to draft key components of a plan to address a citizen’s behavior change effort of an individual or team interest, including selecting a priority audience, desired behavior, and identifying potential audience barriers and benefits to be addressed.