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Collection Systems Fall Seminar
12/12/18 - 12/12/18

Collection Systems Committee Fall Seminar

Death, Taxes, and Regulations - Eventually It Happens To Everyone

Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Maritime Institute (MITAGS)
692 Maritime Blvd, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090

Registration 8 to 9 a.m. • Seminar 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Continental Breakfast, Famous MITAGS Lunch, and Snacks Included.

Registration Cost

Members $80 ~ Non-member $100

Note:

Exhibitor tables are available: Includes 6’ table and 2 attendees $400
Seminar Sponsorship available $150

Speakers:
Steve Dye and Claudio
WEF Government Affairs

Yvette Parker
WSSC: WSSC Consent decree

Jeff Seltzer
DOEE, Department of Energy & Environment

Eric Fisher
Chesapeake Bay Foundation

Adam Krantz
NACWWA

Rosewin Sweeney, Esq.
Aqualaw

 

Note: More speakers are being finalized and more information will follow.

Seminar Schedule:
Morning: Systems and regulators will discuss their experiences with Consent decrees and regulatory issues.
Afternoon Sessions:  These will focus on the Regulatory end game: “What all systems are working towards”
Followed by a 60 minute round table discussion to allow attendees to asked questions from speakers from the day - moderated by Eammon.


Location: Maritime Institute (MITAGS)
Linthicum Heights, MD






Webinar - PLANNING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE AND STORMWATER RESILIENCY
12/13/18

CWEA Stormwater Committee Webinar
PLANNING FOR CLIMATE CHANGE AND
STORMWATER RESILIENCY

 
Is your community unsure of how to respond to increasing rain events and flooding?
Is your stormwater infrastructure being overwhelmed?

This webinar will provide an overview of the problem and will summarize regional and local efforts to respond to more frequent and intense storm events in the mid-Atlantic. In addition, participants will be introduced to the Climate Resilience Toolkit developed by the University of North Carolina and hear about two local case studies - the City of Baltimore and the City of Norfolk. Confirmed speakers include:

Heidi Bonnaffon, Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
Jim Fox, UNC Asheville National Environmental Modeling and Analysis Center
Kim Grove, City of Baltimore
Scott Smith, City of Norfolk
December 13, 2018
12:00 - 1:30 pm EST

The CWEA Stormwater Committee webinar is presented to facilitate peer-to-peer information exchange for representatives of regulated stormwater programs. Join industry leaders in reviewing how we arrived where we are, where we might go, and the challanges that must be overcome.
 
1.5 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) will be offered for attending this webcast.
CWEA Member: Free/ Non-Members: $10.00



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