National Industrial Stormwater Litigation Trends

The national landscape of industrial stormwater compliance is rapidly evolving and changing. Not only is technology innovation making it easier for citizens and environmental groups to detect stormwater compliance violations, but on a national level, the volume and severity of legal action facing industrial manufacturers for compliance violations is on the rise.

Join Mapistry and experts from our Litigation Intelligence Group at our upcoming webinar to explore the latest industrial stormwater litigation trends on a national scale and discover the best ways to prepare and reduce the risk of non-compliance.

Hear exclusive insights and legal trends surrounding industrial stormwater compliance that are impacting manufacturers from across the country. We’ll uncover crucial ways to protect your organization from becoming the target of a costly violation, settlement, and even lawsuit. We’ll also help your organization prepare it’s facilities to defend against compliance gaps and legal threats before they turn into expensive and disruptive business liabilities.

During this webinar, we’ll also cover:

  • The latest industrial stormwater litigation trends from states and regions across the country
  • How national litigation trends are impacting liability and risk levels
  • Why companies are more vulnerable today than they were 2 years ago
  • Actionable ways to prevent and address industrial stormwater compliance violations
  • How Mapistry’s digital platform is helping manufacturers drastically reduce the risk of stormwater non-compliance


Ryan Janoch, Founder of Mapistry

Ryan is the founder of Mapistry which provides stormwater services and online compliance software to industrial facilities. He is a professional engineer with nationwide experience in developing and implementing stormwater compliance programs for hundreds of industrial sites, including ready-mix concrete plants, metal recyclers and bulk marine terminals.

Ryan is a former member of the State of Virginia’s Stormwater BMP Clearinghouse Committee and a current member of the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) Hearing Board. He has an MS in Civil Engineering from the University of Maryland and a BS in Biology and Geology from Tufts University.