MR4703 Stormwater Treatment Practice Operations and Maintenance Plans
This one day course is for personnel involved with the maintenance and operation of stormwater control measures, such as wet ponds, filtration systems, infiltration systems, including in-line with conveyance systems, urban or rural. This course will focus on the creation of post construction stormwater operations and maintenance plans for existing or new facilities. This course will review different maintenance plans and discussions of how to create new plans and customize plans for your specific site and projects. This course is taught entirely in the classroom and will involve active learning and class participation. An optional certification exam is available at the end of the class for those who wish to obtain or renew a Operations and Maintenance Certification. (6 PDH)
Who should attend:
- Maintenance workers, maintenance managers, who perform or assign maintenance and operations work on drainage systems, stormwater ponds, filtration systems, infiltration systems, or other practices.
- Engineers or technicians who design stormwater ponds, infiltration systems, or other stormwater control measures.
- Municipal, state agency, or private industry commercial or residential property owner staff responsible for the long term operations and maintenance of stormwater control measures.
See schedule for a list of dates and locations for this course.