JOIN US AT NEC'09 and learn about innovative techniques to address erosion of soil, soil stabilization and water quality. Hear from industry experts and consultants about new techniques and case studies of the application of their new techniques.Get caught up with current research on permeable pavement and rain garden designs... and more.
BRING YOUR PROBLEMATIC SITE PLANS and obtain solutions from vendors and consultants.
NETWORK with design professionals, contractors, regulators, academics, suppliers and other attendees from all aspects of the erosion control and stormwater management community.
Win the Door Prize at the NEC Annual Membership Meeting: a FREE One Year Professional Membership to IECA (worth $170)!! EROSION and STORM WATER CONTROL Workshop (Wednesday) Participants will be provided with either a commercial site plan or a residential subdivision plan that shows proposed development with grading, but no erosion/sediment control measures or stormwater drainage. ATTENDEES will work in small groups with EXHIBITORS (who will be provided with both plans in advance) to address erosion and storm water quality issues. Each group will present their plan to the audience. If time permits, Steve Trinkaus, PE, CPESC, CPSWQ, will discuss the concept of Environmental Site Design strategies and answer questions.
COMPLIMENTARY ACCESS TO THE TRADE SHOW: TUESDAY OCTOBER 27TH FROM 1-5 P.M.
NEC'09 Brochure - rev. 20 Oct 09 - 8 pages (8.5" x 11") includes list of presentations, class outlines, registration fees, sponsorship opportunities, exhibitors as of Oct 8th and more.
The NEC'09 postcards are posted on the NEC'09 Home page
EROSION, SEDIMENT AND STORM WATER INSPECTOR - Wednesday October 28th at 8:30 a.m. - "Silas Deane" Room Workbook Table of Contents ·sorry, course outline not available
These classes happen to be the Certification Exam Review Courses for CPESC®, CPSWQ® and CESSWI™, respectively. However, one does not need to be in the pipeline for professional certification to benefit from this information.
Please scroll down for a list of Presentations.
Tuesday October 27th: 7-8 a.m. - Registration & Breakfast in the HILTON BALLROOM; Trade Show opens 8-8:15 - Welcome & Opening Remarks in the Hilton Ballroom 8:30 a.m. - "Mark Twain" Room: Presentations & Interactive Sessions 8:30 a.m. - "Silas Deane" Room: Presentations & Interactive Sessions 8:30 a.m. - "Ethan Allen" Room: Erosion & Sediment Control (full day class) / CPESC® Review 7 a.m. - "Hilton Ballroom" (Exhibit Hall): Trade Show open all day Complimentary access to the Trade Show from 1-5 p.m. - spread the word!!
Tuesday evening, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. in the Hilton Hartford Ballroom: IECA Northeast Chapter Annual Membership Meeting - 5:30 p.m.: Reception light hors d'oeuvre, cash bar - 6:15 p.m.: Board of Directors Meeting Chapter Elections, 2010 educational program and more - Environmental Jeopardy - Door Prize: FREE One Year Professional Membership to IECA
Wednesday October 28th: 7-8 a.m. - Registration & Breakfast in the HILTON BALLROOM; Trade Show 8-8:15 - Welcome & Opening Remarks in the Hilton Ballroom 8:30 a.m. - "Ethan Allen" Room: Presentations & Interactive Sessions 8:30 a.m. - "Mark Twain" Room: Storm Water Quality (full day class) / CPSWQ® Review 8:30 a.m. - "Silas Deane" Room: Erosion, Sediment & Storm Water Inspection (full day class) / CESSWI™ Review 7 a.m. - "Hilton Ballroom": Trade Show and Erosion & Storm Water Control Workshop
Thursday October 29th: Connecticut Ballroom (2nd Floor) CPESC®, CPSWQ® and CESSWI™ Certification Exams 8 a.m.: Sign In and Calculator Check 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.: Exams (duration varies by type of exam) Certification candidates must be pre-approved by EnviroCert International to sit for an exam. For contact information to confirm that your application has been approved, go to www.envirocertintl.org and click on the appropriate certification program icon. NOTE: You must also register with the IECA Northeast Chapter to take an exam in Hartford, CT, on October 29th.
N E C ’09 P R E S E N T A T I O N S subject to change
Tuesday October 27th
Regulatory Roundup – overviews & updates of stormwater management and related programs from US EPA Region 1 and the Northeast Chapter states
[After the morning break, concurrent presentations will be held in 2 rooms.] Presentation sequence and room assignments will be posted on Thursday
· Phasing, Sequencing and the Regulatory Process - A Team Approach to the Design of Working Construction PlansRandall Shuey, CPESC, CESSWI, CWS (New England Environmental) · Permeable Pavement Demonstration at the EPA Edison Environmental CenterAmy A. Rowe (post-doctoral fellow at EPA) · The Effects of Rain Garden Size on Hydrological Performance at the EPA’s Edison Environmental CenterEmilie K. Stander (EPA) · The Stormwater Maze – Twisting and Turning to Improve Stormwater QualityTerri-Ann Hahn, RLA, CPESC, CPSWQ (LADA, PC Land Planners)
· The Evolution of Jobsite Erosion Control TechnologyPete Hanrahan, CPESC (Everett J. Prescott, Inc.)
· Applications and Technical Guidance for the Use of Anionic Polyacrylamide (PAM) Flocculants in Soil Erosion Control and Storm Water ClarificationMark Thrum (Seamark Technologies, LLC)Sorry but this presentation has been cancelled for health reasons - please check back for revised information
· A Design, Operations and Cost Overview of Advanced Treatment SystemsJoe Gannon (Clear Creek Systems, Inc.)
· Use and Application of GeosyntheticsWarren Cohn, CPESC (ACF Environmental)
· Good, Bad and Ugly of E&SC Measures in the Field:What Works, What Doesn't and WhySean Hayden [Northwest (CT) Conservation District]
· The Role of Conservation Districts for the Issuance of Certifications for the Discharge of Storm Water from Construction Sites and Dewatering OperationsNisha Patel, CT DEP, and David Askew (North Central Conservation District)
Wednesday October 28th
Certified Professional in Storm Water Quality (CPSWQ) and Professional Engineer Certifications[Panel Discussion] Moderator:Sean Hayden, CPESC (Northwest Conservation District) CPSWQ Program Overview:David Ward (Envirocert International, Inc.) Focus:experience and education necessary to become a CPSWQ; what component of the design of a storm water treatment system can a CPSWQ design; conflicts as a CPSWQ with professional laws for licensed engineers, potential liabilities for CPSWQ’s who are not licensed engineers (who pays when the system does not work as designed or fails) and other topics. Panelists:Steve Trinkaus, PE, CPESC, CPSWQ (Trinkaus Engineering, LLC); Robert Jontos, CPESC (Land-tech Consultants); Mickey Marcus, PWS, CPESC, CPSWQ (New England Environmental); an environmental consultant from CT, TBA, who is CPESC, CPSWQ; and others.
· Gilboa Dam Reconstruction Site:A Case Study using a Variety of Inventive Erosion, Sediment and Stormwater Controls to protect Natural ResourcesJennifer Cass, PE, LEED AP (Hazen and Sawyer, PC)
· EROSION and STORM WATER CONTROL Workshop[Hands On Workshop for Attendees and Exhibitors] Participants will be provided with either a commercial site plan or a residential subdivision plan that shows proposed development with grading, but no erosion/sediment control measures or stormwater drainage. Attendees will work in small groups with vendors (who will be provided with both plans in advance) to address erosion and storm water quality issues. Each group will present their plan to the audience. If time permits, Steve Trinkaus, PE, CPESC, CPSWQ, will discuss the concept of Environmental Site Design strategies and answer questions.