Recent Stormwater Compliance Trends & Impacts in 2022
Featuring Amy Kronson from the California Water Board
During this webinar, hear Amy Kronson, Senior Environmental Scientist at State Water Resources Control Board discuss recent industrial stormwater compliance regulatory updates as well as trends and impacts related to the California Industrial Stormwater General Permit (IGP). Also, we dive into the latest info on TMDL regulatory requirements and what’s to come in the new IGP.
This is a great opportunity to hear a regulator’s perspective on stormwater enforcement, common risks to avoid in 2022, and how you can prepare for any upcoming changes.
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Amy Kronson, Senior Environmental Scientist, State Water Resources Control Board
About The State Water Resources Control Board
The State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) and the nine Regional Water Quality Control Boards (Regional Water Boards), collectively known as the California Water Boards (Water Boards), are dedicated to a single vision: abundant clean water for human uses and environmental protection to sustain California’s future.
Under the federal Clean Water Act (CWA) and the state’s pioneering Porter-Cologne Water Quality Control Act, the State and Regional Water Boards have regulatory responsibility for protecting the water quality of nearly 1.6 million acres of lakes, 1.3 million acres of bays and estuaries, 211,000 miles of rivers and streams, and about 1,100 miles of exquisite California coastline.
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