Courses

Learn about the new Alabama General Permit for construction stormwater discharges which is NOW IN EFFECT. You will learn:

How to obtain coverage under the new General Permit

The new turbidity monitoring requirement

Our construction stormwater training program, which can be conducted either at the Bryant Conference Center in Tuscaloosa or on your site and can be tailored to your specific needs, includes these topics:

Erosion/siltation/sedimentation

Stormwater regulation - EPA and ADEM

Benefits of effective stormwater management

Low Impact Development (LID)

MS4s

Basic elements of all Construction Best Management Practice Plans (CBMPPs)

Best Management Practices - inspection and maintenance

    Permitting -
  • Activities requiring a permit
  • Why discharges are controlled by permit
  • How to apply for a general permit
  • Construction stormwater inspections and recordkeeping

      Stream protection -
  • Tier I Watershed protection
  • ONRW protection
  • Projects with stream relocation, alteration, diversion

      TMDLs -
    • Turbidity
    • Siltation
    • Sedimentation

    This course contains no sessions
All industrial sites in Alabama are required to control stormwater discharges from their property and processes through Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans. Our industrial stormwater training program, which can be conducted either at the Bryant Conference Center in Tuscaloosa or on your site can be tailored to your specific needs, include these topics:

Applicability of ISW NPDES program

Permitting

EPA and ADEM regulations

Categories of permitted industrial activities

EPA MSG permit

ADEM's general permit

Sampling frequency and parameters

Pollutants requiring monitoring

Effluent limitation impacting 6 industries

Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan/Best Management Practices (SPPP/BMPs)

Elements, examples, inspections

Non-compliance: what do you do?

Discharge reporting requirements

Records retention and production

Notifications


This course contains no sessions