Affecting Operations of K-14 Facilities
Green Technology is conducting a series of educational webinars. Please join our panel of experts for an educational series addressing critical storm water issues facing K-14 schools in California. While many of us are aware of the State Water Boards and associated permits, there are major changes coming that will greatly affect how facilities are managed. Our team of professionals have extensive experience managing the wide variety of permits currently in place and being implemented by the State.
The complementary series will provide valuable information on permits, tools that districts can use to minimize the impacts of these permits, insight into major changes in the State permit, funding options, as well as discussions on specific permits that impact districts operations.
Webinar 1: STORMWATER PERMITS AND STRATEGIES
This session will include an introduction to this education series as well as a detailed summary of upcoming changes that will dramatically affect how Districts operate in the near future.
Mitch Whitson – President, Whitson Contracting and Management
Megan Marshall – Stromwater Services Manager, Whitson Contracting and Management
Nancy Gardiner – Senior Associate, Haley & Aldrich, Inc.
Webinar 2: DEVELOPMENT REGULATIONS, BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES, and STORMWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS
This session addresses applicable regulations (both current and upcoming) and the processes needed to comply with these stormwater permits.
Mitch Whitson – President, Whitson Contracting and ManagementWebinar 3: COLLABORATION, GRANTS, FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
Vince Fuller – Division Manager, Whitson Contracting and Management
Nida Saleem – Industrial Stormwater Manager, Whitson Contracting and Management
This session will address how costs can be reduced by collaborating with neighboring schools or regional agencies, by applying for available grants funds, and implementing Community-Based Public Private Partnerships (P3).
Sean Agid – Partnership Catalyst, Corvias
Keisha R. Brown - Partnership Liaison, Corvias
Dan Estrada – Strategic Collaborations, Green Technology
Juan Mercado - District Director, California Conservation Corps.
If you need help or have any questions about registering, contact the Green Technology Registration Department at 626-577-5700 or Registration@green-technology.org.
This webinar series is free of charge.