Monday, May 1, 2017

Call For Abstracts: Joint Stormwater Management Summit Nov. 13-14

The PA Water Environment Association, the PA Section of the American Water Works Association, and PA Municipal Authorities Association has issued a call for abstracts for presentations at the Joint Stormwater Management Summit in State College on November 13-14. The deadline for proposals is May 19.
The Summit will recognize the important role of cooperation in today’s regulatory and economic environment to meet water quality goals better, cheaper, and faster.
Among the categories of abstracts being requested are--
-- Green Infrastructure to Meet the Triple Bottom Line and its O & M
-- The Potential Impacts of Today’s Changing Political Climate on Clean Water
-- Storm Frequency, Intensity, and Better Management of Cloudbursts
-- Where does Agriculture Fit in to MS4 Planning and the TMDL end game?
-- Rainwater Harvesting for Municipal, Commercial, and Agricultural Applications
-- The Evolving Role of Nonprofits and Community Groups as Partners as Federal Support for the Environment
-- Creative Funding and Financing – To Fee or Not to Fee?
-- Collaboration and Cooperation for MS4 Public Education
-- Sharing Resources for Watershed Planning and Water Quality BMPs  What Can Small Towns do to Meet Demands?
-- PRP Implementation, including the Cost/Benefit and Feasibility of BMPs
-- Tech Tools for Modeling and Asset Management (GIS, AutoCASE, WinSLAMM, etc.)
Click Here for all the details on submitting an abstract.  Individuals will be notified by June 23 if their abstract has been accepted.
For more information on the Summit, visit the Joint Stormwater Management Summit webpage.

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