Overview of Water Quality Regulations and Compliance

Denver, Colorado
Thursday, February 15, 2018
Overview of Water Quality Regulations and Compliance
Thursday, February 15, 2018 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM (Mountain Time)

Offices of Davis Graham & Stubbs
1550 17th Street
Suite 500
Denver, Colorado 80203
United States

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Cost: Cost for this one-day class is $395.00.
            Early registration price $345 until January 11th.

CEU’s:
You will be eligible to receive 0.7 CEU’s or 7 PDH’s for this course.
Approval of CLE credits in the State of Colorado is pending.

Why you should take this seminar:
One of our most popular courses from 2013 is being offered again, this time as a one-day course. Attorneys, elected officials, administrators, water quality professionals, engineers, and anyone else who deals with water quality regulation issues will benefit from taking this seminar on the regulatory environment related to water, wastewater, and stormwater in United States and the State of Colorado. Jonathan Jones, P.E., P.H., D.WRE, of Wright Water Engineers facilitates a diverse and highly qualified group of instructors from both the public and private sector sides of water regulation. 

What you will learn:
This seminar is designed to provide valuable information to attorneys, elected officials, administrators, water quality professionals, engineers, and virtually anyone involved with water quality planning, assessment, protection/mitigation or regulation. Continuing education credits will be available for both engineers and attorneys. An outstanding group of instructors have been assembled to present this one-day course. 

This seminar/class will focus on the governing water quality laws at a federal, state and local level (Colorado will be used as an example but with broader application to other locales as well) and associated regulations, permit requirements, implementing boards/agencies and related topics. This information will be of great value to both non-technical and technology oriented professionals that have to deal with and comply with regulations or deal with enforcement actions.

Computers:  Although not required, suggest you bring your own laptop.
You may need one to take notes. 

Speakers/Instructors:
An outstanding list of instructors and speakers have been lined up for this one-day seminar/class include: 
  • Jonathan E. Jones, P.E., P.H., D.WRE,  CEO, Wright Water Engineers, Inc.—Introduction/Overview and key takeaway points. 
  • Mave Gasaway, Esq., Associate Attorney, and Zach Miller, Esq., Partner, Davis Graham & Stubbs LLP —Legal foundation and background on federal Clean Water Act and key legislation in Colorado
  • Steve Gunderson, Consultant, former Director of Colorado Water Quality Control Division (retired)—Overview of activities of Colorado Water Quality Control Division and national perspectives on stormwater quality regulation
  • Jane Clary, LEEP AP, CPESC, Vice President, Wright Water Engineers, Inc., and current member of the Colorado Water Quality Control Commission—Perspectives of member of Colorado Water Quality Control Commission, and review of key ongoing regulatory programs and issues in Colorado
    Trisha Oeth, Esq., Administrator, Water Quality Control Commission —Perspectives of member of Colorado Water Quality Control Commission, and review of key ongoing regulatory programs and issues in Colorado
  • Blake Beyea, Standards Unit Manager, Colorado Water Quality Control Division—Overview of water classifications and standards
  • Christine Johnston, Senior Environmental Analyst, Xcel Energy—Perspectives of an industrial CDPS discharge permit holder
  • Holly Piza, P.E., Project Manager, Urban Drainage and Flood Control District—Perspective of municipal stormwater discharger
  • Noah Greenberg, Senior Aquatic Resource Scientist, Wright Water Engineers, Inc.—Overview of Section 404 of Clean Water Act (dredge and fill in wetlands) and discussion of Waters of the US and pending Clean Water Rule. 

The size of this event will be limited. To assure a space click the "Register Now" button near the top of this page.

For more information, you may call UWRI directly at 303-728-4449 or e-mail the Institute at info@uwtrshd.com.

 

 

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