2009-2010 Water Quality Webinar Series

 


Green Building and Stormwater Management

Speaker: Gary Kannenberg, Leed AP; Sustainable Engineering Solutions, LLC 
Date: May 7, 2010
Topic: The LEED system and its prerequisites and credits related to stormwater management.  Also discussed were technologies for achieving LEED stormwater credits and an overview of the Sustainable Sites Initiative.

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Low Impact Development (LID)
Speaker: Tonya Bronleewe, Sedgwick County Extension
Date: April 2, 2010
Topic: An overview of low impact development, common LID strategies, case studies and results, and the current status of LID.  

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Green Roofs
Speakers:Nikki Guillot, City of Lenexa Watershed BMP Inspector
 Teresa Nelson, Roof Top Sedums, LLC

Date: February 5, 2010
Topic: This Webinar will highlight examples of completed green roof projects with a focus on modular installations.  Learn practical ways to get your next green roof project off the ground.

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Industrial Stormwater Best Management Practices (BMPs) 

Speakers: Barb Johnson and Ryan Hamel, K-State Pollution Prevention Institute
Date: December 4, 2009
Topic: Stormwater quality can be improved with modest changes to routine operations and maintenance practices.  Attend this Webinar to learn how to incorporate stormwater best management practices at your facility.

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Pervious Pavement

Speaker: Christy Martin, Executive Director of the Concrete Promotional Group
Date: November 6, 2009
Topic: Learn how pervious pavement can minimize stormwater runoff. Topics to be covered include: overview and basics of pervious pavement, construction considerations, benefits and concerns, NPDES, and potential cost compared to traditional systems.

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Reaching out to Residents to Reduce Runoff
Speakers:
Mandy Stark, City of Lenexa Watershed Outreach and Education Specialist
Marcy Bauer, Env. Health Manager for NE Public Health Solutions District Health Department
Richard Basore, KDHE Watershed Field Coordinator
Date: October 2, 2009
Topic: How can communities and organizations effectively reach out to residents on the issue of stormwater runoff?  What lessons have been learned?  What practices can residents do to have the greatest impact?

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Event Dates: 
Thursday, May 6, 2010 - 7:00pm
K-State Pollution Prevention Institute
(800) 578-8898 | sbeap@ksu.edu
2323 Anderson Ave., Suite 300, Manhattan, KS 66506