CWEA Fall Stormwater Seminar


Stormwater, Too Simple?


 Are stormwater design parameters and methods keeping up with the times?  Have we oversimplified stormwater design?  Are current standards adequately addressing the multitude of water quality challenges that municipalities are faced with?


Join the CWEA Storwater Committee as we explore these topics and more. The Fall Seminar will initiate a dialogue on current methods and design parameters for stormwater management and whether or not they adequately address quality and quantity control. We will discuss pros and cons of current stormwater management requirements and propose solutions.


December 13, 2017


Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduate Studies (MITAGS)

Linthicum Heights, MD


The CWEA Stormwater seminars established themselves as "must attend" training events on the calendars of stormwater professionals in Maryland, Delaware and the District of Columbia.  These seminars are designed to facilitate peer-to-peer information exchange for representatives of regulated programs.


The CWEA Fall Seminar is presented to facilitate peer-to-peer information exchange for representatives of regulated stormwater programs. The CWEA Fall Workshop is presented to foster open discussion regarding the current approach to stormwater management for both quality and quantity. Join industry leaders in reviewing how we arrived where we are, where we might go, and the challenges that must be overcome.



Breakfast and Lunch Provided.

More details and registration information will be distributed soon!





Cheryl Paulin





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