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Upcoming events

    • October 28, 2014
    • 8:00 AM
    • October 29, 2014
    • 5:00 PM
    • Courtyard Marriott-Bellevue, 14615 NE 29th Place, Bellevue, WA 98007

    October 28 - 29, 2014, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. (2 Days)
    Courtyard Marriott-Bellevue, Cascade Room
    14615 NE 29th Place, Bellevue, Washington 98007 [directions]


    Instructor:
    Erick McWayne, NEMA, LLC

    Overview: This practical and highly acclaimed course provides a comprehensive overview of stormwater pollution chemistry and its applications to stormwater management and treatment. Topics include an overview of stormwater pollutant classes, sources, characteristics, transport and fate, source control, treatment best management practices (BMPs), BMP performance studies, recent research, and emerging technologies. Other topics include the potential for stormwater to cause groundwater and surface water contamination. Participant course evaluations average 4.8 out of 5 (96%) and often praise the instructor for his knowledge, teaching style, and enthusiasm.

    Course Topics
     Runoff Characteristics
      • Stormwater and MS4s
      • Dry Weather Base Flows
      • Combined Sewer Overflows
      • Snowmelt
      • Hydrographs
      • Pollutant Sources
      • Atmospheric Deposition
      • Variability Factors
      • Cross-Media Contamination
      • Habitat Degradation

    General Stormwater Chemistry
      • Fates of Contaminants
      • Chemistry Basics
      • Pollutant Transport
      • Solubility Rules
      • Organic Pollutant Properties
      • Partitioning Coefficients
      • Metal Pollutant Properties
      • Complexation & Speciation
      • Cation Exchange
      • Use of Redox Potential
      • Acidity (pH)
      • Alkalinity and Hardness
      • Conductivity
      • Chemical Reaction Types
      • Vadose Zone Processes
      • Primary Soil Properties

    Pollutant Chemistry
      • Solids (TS, TSS, TDS, SSC)
      • Nanoparticles
      • Metals
      • Salts and Other Minerals
      • Nutrients
      • Oxygen Demanding
      • Oil and Grease
      • Soaps and Other Surfactants
      • Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs)
      • Persistent Organic Pollutants
      • PAHs
      • PCBs
      • Phthalates
      • Pesticides and Degradates
      • Pathogens
    Stormwater Management
      • Management Approaches
      • Retrofitting Facilities
      • High Risk Chemicals
      • Toxicity Variations
      • Constituent Relationships
      • Composite Sampling
      • Event Mean Concentrations
      • Pollutant Loadings
      • First Flush Management
      • Source Control BMPs
      • Sediment Chemistry
      • Dissolved Oxygen
      • Water Quantity Issues
      • Habitat Preservation
      • Stormwater Monitoring

    Stormwater Treatment Processes
      • Sedimentation
      • Flotation
      • Precipitation
      • Coagulation/Flocculation
      • Filtration
      • Sorption
      • Volatilization
      • Biodegradation
      • Phytoremediation
      • Soil Processes Treatment

    BMP Effectiveness
      • International BMP Database
      • Concentration Reduction
      • Load Reduction
      • Efficiency Ratio
      • Summation of Loads
      • Effluent Probability Method
      • Online vs. Offline Facilities
      • Treatment Trains
      • Emerging Technologies

    BMP Performance Assessment
      • Visual Inspection
      • Capacity Testing
      • Synthetic Runoff
      • Chemical Monitoring

    Intended Audience:
    Professionals seeking an improved understanding of stormwater chemistry and its applications. Managers, scientists, field staff, regulators, and engineers working on stormwater projects will likely benefit from attending this training.

    Education Level: Introductory to intermediate/refresher.

    Prerequis
    ites: A basic understanding of fundamental chemistry is recommended, but all levels will benefit from attending.

    Course Materials: Course proceedings and reference material.

    Credit: 15 PDUs and 1.5 CEUs for completing 15 hours of instruction.

    Registration: $495 ($395 per additional guest registered as a group). You may register by clicking here or by calling us at (800)385-0783.


    About the Instructor: Erick McWayne has over twenty years of experience in water quality and environmental chemistry. He has conducted numerous water quality investigations and taught over 100 related courses. He currently provides consulting support to water quality projects and teaches courses in stormwater chemistry, groundwater chemistry, contaminant transport and fate, and hydrogeology.
    • November 13, 2014
    • 8:00 AM
    • November 14, 2014
    • 5:00 PM
    • Hampton Inn - Miami, 2800 Southwest 28th Terrace, Miami, FL 33133

    October 28 - 29, 2014, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. (2 Days)
    Hampton Inn - Miami
    2800 Southwest 28th Terrace, Miami, FL 33133 [directions]


    Instructor:
    Erick McWayne, NEMA, LLC

    Overview: This practical and highly acclaimed course provides a comprehensive overview of stormwater pollution chemistry and its applications to stormwater management and treatment. Topics include an overview of stormwater pollutant classes, sources, characteristics, transport and fate, source control, treatment best management practices (BMPs), BMP performance studies, recent research, and emerging technologies. Other topics include the potential for stormwater to cause groundwater and surface water contamination. Participant course evaluations average 4.8 out of 5 (96%) and often praise the instructor for his knowledge, teaching style, and enthusiasm.

    Course Topics
     Runoff Characteristics
      • Stormwater and MS4s
      • Dry Weather Base Flows
      • Combined Sewer Overflows
      • Snowmelt
      • Hydrographs
      • Pollutant Sources
      • Atmospheric Deposition
      • Variability Factors
      • Cross-Media Contamination
      • Habitat Degradation

    General Stormwater Chemistry
      • Fates of Contaminants
      • Chemistry Basics
      • Pollutant Transport
      • Solubility Rules
      • Organic Pollutant Properties
      • Partitioning Coefficients
      • Metal Pollutant Properties
      • Complexation & Speciation
      • Cation Exchange
      • Use of Redox Potential
      • Acidity (pH)
      • Alkalinity and Hardness
      • Conductivity
      • Chemical Reaction Types
      • Vadose Zone Processes
      • Primary Soil Properties

    Pollutant Chemistry
      • Solids (TS, TSS, TDS, SSC)
      • Nanoparticles
      • Metals
      • Salts and Other Minerals
      • Nutrients
      • Oxygen Demanding
      • Oil and Grease
      • Soaps and Other Surfactants
      • Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs)
      • Persistent Organic Pollutants
      • PAHs
      • PCBs
      • Phthalates
      • Pesticides and Degradates
      • Pathogens
    Stormwater Management
      • Management Approaches
      • Retrofitting Facilities
      • High Risk Chemicals
      • Toxicity Variations
      • Constituent Relationships
      • Composite Sampling
      • Event Mean Concentrations
      • Pollutant Loadings
      • First Flush Management
      • Source Control BMPs
      • Sediment Chemistry
      • Dissolved Oxygen
      • Water Quantity Issues
      • Habitat Preservation
      • Stormwater Monitoring

    Stormwater Treatment Processes
      • Sedimentation
      • Flotation
      • Precipitation
      • Coagulation/Flocculation
      • Filtration
      • Sorption
      • Volatilization
      • Biodegradation
      • Phytoremediation
      • Soil Processes Treatment

    BMP Effectiveness
      • International BMP Database
      • Concentration Reduction
      • Load Reduction
      • Efficiency Ratio
      • Summation of Loads
      • Effluent Probability Method
      • Online vs. Offline Facilities
      • Treatment Trains
      • Emerging Technologies

    BMP Performance Assessment
      • Visual Inspection
      • Capacity Testing
      • Synthetic Runoff
      • Chemical Monitoring

    Intended Audience:
    Professionals seeking an improved understanding of stormwater chemistry and its applications. Managers, scientists, field staff, regulators, and engineers working on stormwater projects will likely benefit from attending this training.

    Education Level: Introductory to intermediate/refresher.

    Prerequis
    ites: A basic understanding of fundamental chemistry is recommended, but all levels will benefit from attending.

    Course Materials: Course proceedings and reference material.

    Credit: 15 PDUs and 1.5 CEUs for completing 15 hours of instruction.

    Registration: $495 (save $100 per additional person when registering a group). You may register online by clicking here or by phone at (800) 385-0783.


    About the Instructor: Erick McWayne has over twenty years of experience in water quality and environmental chemistry. He has conducted numerous water quality investigations and taught over 100 related courses. He currently provides consulting support to water quality projects and teaches courses in stormwater chemistry, groundwater chemistry, contaminant transport and fate, and hydrogeology.
    • January 22, 2015
    • 8:00 AM
    • January 23, 2015
    • 5:00 PM
    • Hawaii DOH, Clean Water Branch, 919 Ala Moana, Suite 301, Honolulu, HawaiiHonolulu, HI

    January 22 - 23, 2015, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. (2 Days)
    Hawaii Department of Health, Clean Water Branch
    919 Ala Moana Blvd., Suite 301, Honolulu, Hawaii
    [directions]

    Instructor:
    Erick McWayne, NEMA, LLC

    Overview: This practical and highly acclaimed course provides a comprehensive overview of stormwater pollution chemistry and its applications to stormwater management and treatment. Topics include an overview of stormwater pollutant classes, sources, characteristics, transport and fate, source control, treatment best management practices (BMPs), BMP performance studies, recent research, and emerging technologies. Other topics include the potential for stormwater to cause groundwater and surface water contamination. Participant course evaluations average 4.8 out of 5 (96%) and often praise the instructor for his knowledge, teaching style, and enthusiasm.

    Course Topics
     Runoff Characteristics
      • Stormwater and MS4s
      • Dry Weather Base Flows
      • Combined Sewer Overflows
      • Snowmelt
      • Hydrographs
      • Pollutant Sources
      • Atmospheric Deposition
      • Variability Factors
      • Cross-Media Contamination
      • Habitat Degradation

    General Stormwater Chemistry
      • Fates of Contaminants
      • Chemistry Basics
      • Pollutant Transport
      • Solubility Rules
      • Organic Pollutant Properties
      • Partitioning Coefficients
      • Metal Pollutant Properties
      • Complexation & Speciation
      • Cation Exchange
      • Use of Redox Potential
      • Acidity (pH)
      • Alkalinity and Hardness
      • Conductivity
      • Chemical Reaction Types
      • Vadose Zone Processes
      • Primary Soil Properties

    Pollutant Chemistry
      • Solids (TS, TSS, TDS, SSC)
      • Nanoparticles
      • Metals
      • Salts and Other Minerals
      • Nutrients
      • Oxygen Demanding
      • Oil and Grease
      • Soaps and Other Surfactants
      • Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs)
      • Persistent Organic Pollutants
      • PAHs
      • PCBs
      • Phthalates
      • Pesticides and Degradates
      • Pathogens
    Stormwater Management
      • Management Approaches
      • Retrofitting Facilities
      • High Risk Chemicals
      • Toxicity Variations
      • Constituent Relationships
      • Composite Sampling
      • Event Mean Concentrations
      • Pollutant Loadings
      • First Flush Management
      • Source Control BMPs
      • Sediment Chemistry
      • Dissolved Oxygen
      • Water Quantity Issues
      • Habitat Preservation
      • Stormwater Monitoring

    Stormwater Treatment Processes
      • Sedimentation
      • Flotation
      • Precipitation
      • Coagulation/Flocculation
      • Filtration
      • Sorption
      • Volatilization
      • Biodegradation
      • Phytoremediation
      • Soil Processes Treatment

    BMP Effectiveness
      • International BMP Database
      • Concentration Reduction
      • Load Reduction
      • Efficiency Ratio
      • Summation of Loads
      • Effluent Probability Method
      • Online vs. Offline Facilities
      • Treatment Trains
      • Emerging Technologies

    BMP Performance Assessment
      • Visual Inspection
      • Capacity Testing
      • Synthetic Runoff
      • Chemical Monitoring

    Intended Audience:
    Professionals seeking an improved understanding of stormwater chemistry and its applications. Managers, scientists, field staff, regulators, and engineers working on stormwater projects will likely benefit from attending this training.

    Education Level: Introductory to intermediate/refresher.

    Prerequis
    ites: A basic understanding of fundamental chemistry is recommended, but all levels will benefit from attending.

    Course Materials: Course proceedings and reference material.

    Credit: 15 PDUs and 1.5 CEUs for completing 15 hours of instruction.

    Registration: $495 (save $100 per additional person when registering a group). You may register online here or by calling us at (800) 385-0783.

    About the Instructor: Erick McWayne has over twenty years of experience in water quality and environmental chemistry. He has conducted numerous water quality investigations and taught over 100 related courses. He currently provides consulting support to water quality projects and teaches courses in stormwater chemistry, groundwater chemistry, contaminant transport and fate, and hydrogeology.

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