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2017 IECA State of the Industry

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Description: The 2017 IECA State of the Industry webinar is an exclusive members only benefit. The event is free to IECA membership, but does require advanced registration and space is limited. A copy of the recording will be posted to IECA eLearning after the event. The 2018 IECA State of the Industry webinar will provide insight into the state of the International Erosion Control Association (IECA), a perspective on the current labor shortage, a discussion on extreme weather's industry impact, a look at US Regulations and a review of Canadian Standards. This event will be moderated by Wesley Zech, IECA's Board of Directors - Education Vice President and Joanna Fetherolf, IECA's Director of Education. With a membership of over 2,000 professionals, IECA is the foremost professional organization for the field of erosion and sediment control and stormwater management. IECA's mission is to provide education, networking, and research for industry professionals.
Date:
Wednesday, December 06, 2017
Time:
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM Central Standard Time


99% Sediment Yield in Two Easy Steps

This case study will present the interesting details of a particular operation on a specific interstate project. However, the approach to the work and the lessons learned will be even more impactful and are applicable to any land disturbing activity where water quality is a priority. Discussions of effectiveness versus compliance and connection between our responsibilities and our organization’s mission will serve as a backdrop for the more technical details of the story. Participants will see RUSLE in a new light and will appreciate just how ineffective sediment control can be, when it becomes the main focus of our efforts.
Member Price:
$50.00
Nonmember Price:
$65.00
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A Comprehensive Stormwater Compliance & Inspection Training

This detailed training is geared towards contractors and sub-contractors. Training modules include: History and Requirements of the Clean Water Act, Basic Stormwater Management, Inspections and Documentation, Phases of Construction Management, Principles of Erosion and Sediment Control, Best Management Practices- Structural Controls, Best Management Practices- Procedural Controls. There will be a 10 question quiz after each of the seven modules in which you will need to achieve a 70% score or higher. Upon completion of this course with a passing grade of 70% or higher (on each quiz), you will receive a certificate for 7 Professional Development Hours.
Member Price:
$175.00
Nonmember Price:
$228.00
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A Different Way of Looking at Sediment Control on Constructi

Has your BMP failed and you don't know why? Do you feel like you are checking off the BMP box without a full grasp of the science behind the BMP placement? This course discusses the effects of stormwater runoff volume and rates on the performance of temporary sediment control BMPs on construction site. Many times, it is determined that the BMP was the cause of a failure. In reality, the BMP failure was caused by stormwater runoff in excess of the BMPs capacity, this failure could have been identified during the design process. This course will look at topography, soil type and geographic location and how you can use this information to predict the effectiveness of design for your construction site.
Member Price:
$100.00
Nonmember Price:
$130.00
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Advanced Turbidity Treatment Systems

Advanced Treatment Systems or ATS has proven effective for turbidity control for several years. While all agencies are not in universal agreement on the elements of ATS or the regulations for the use of ATS this webinar introduces the required elements for successful monitoring and treatment of construction site runoff for both turbidity and pH control. ATS can involve chemical flocculation, electrocoagulation, filtration and gravity settling. This seminar will follow and build upon the flocculation presentations of Dr. Richard McLaughlin Ph.D. to incorporate the use of automated systems designed to monitor and treat Stormwater using automated chemical dosing and filtration systems to consistently treat construction site discharges to acceptable levels.
Member Price:
$50.00
Nonmember Price:
$65.00
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All About Vegetation Establishment

The All About Vegetation Establishment package offers you a 40% discount of critical vegetation establishment training. This package includes access to: - The Important Role of Vegetation in Stormwater Management - Vegetation Basics - Plant Selection for Erosion and Sediment Control - Sustainable Native Plant Establishment Bioenginering and Sucessful Monitoring Methods - Part One & Two - How to Write and Design Revegetation and Erosion Control Specifications - Biotic Soil Amendments for Soil Revegetation - Improving Infiltration and Vegetation in Post-Construction Soils Continuing education credit for this package is 0.8 CEU (8 PDH) Credit.
Member Price:
$250.00
Nonmember Price:
$300.00
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Basic Hydrology - Part 1

Knowledge of hydrology is essential for individuals interested in water quality and those involved with land use management activities including erosion and sediment control, designing and reviewing stormwater management plans, as well as local and state regulators and decision makers. This course will describe and discuss the factors that influence stormwater runoff and demonstrate the methodology and procedures to quantify runoff volumes. Precipitation, drainage areas, hydrologic soil groups, land use cover and hydrologic conditions will be explained, through a design example, to convert rainfall to runoff by using USDA-NRCS TR55 hydrologic analyses. Watershed runoff volumes will be calculated.
Member Price:
$50.00
Nonmember Price:
$65.00
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Basic Hydrology - Part 2

This course will take participants through the evaluation and determination of the parameters for the time of concentration for a watershed and its application in determining the peak rate of runoff for different storm frequencies in the watershed. The USDA-NRCS unit hydrograph use will be explained and its use to calculate the peak discharge will be demonstrated through a design example. Comparison of pre-developed and post-developed discharges will be made for estimating stormwater detention basin sizing. This course will take participants through the evaluation and determination of the parameters for the time of concentration for a watershed and its application in determining the peak rate of runoff for different storm frequencies in the watershed. The USDA-NRCS unit hydrograph use will be explained and its use to calculate the peak discharge will be demonstrated through a design example. Comparison of pre-developed and post-developed discharges will be made for estimating stormwater detention basin sizing.
Member Price:
$50.00
Nonmember Price:
$65.00
Available for Immediate Download
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Basic Hydrology - Part One & Part Two

Knowledge of hydrology is essential for individuals interested in water quality and those involved with land use management activities including erosion and sediment control, designing and reviewing stormwater management plans, as well as local and state regulators and decision makers. This course will describe and discuss the factors that influence stormwater runoff and demonstrate the methodology and procedures to quantify runoff volumes. Precipitation, drainage areas, hydrologic soil groups, land use cover and hydrologic conditions will be explained, through a design example, to convert rainfall to runoff by using USDA-NRCS TR55 hydrologic analyses. Watershed runoff volumes will be calculated.
Member Price:
$75.00
Nonmember Price:
$100.00
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Building Green: Atlanta's Green Infrastructure Approach

The City of Atlanta has embraced the use of green infrastructure as a means of combined sewer capacity relief, ecosystem restoration, economic stimulus, and water quality control. In February of 2013, Atlanta adopted one of the most far-reaching stormwater management ordinances in the country.Ê The ordinance helped lay the groundwork for a robust green infrastructure program, both for private development as well as capital improvement projects undertaken by the City.Ê To date, the City has permitted over 2,000 construction projects that utilize green infrastructure to reduce the volume of polluted runoff. ÊIn addition, the City is currently installing the largest permeable paver roadway project in North America - six miles - to help alleviate flooding in neighborhoods served by the City’s combined sewer infrastructure.
Member Price:
$50.00
Nonmember Price:
$65.00
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