Illicit Discharge Detection & Elimination (IDDE) training for MS4 permitting - Virtual Classroom
Date: 12/16/2021 9:00 AM - 12/16/2021 11:00 AM
This training focuses on best practices for Illicit Discharge Detection and Elimination (IDDE) as part of municipal stormwater programs. IDDE is required for permittees under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) General Permit for Stormwater Discharges from Small Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4s) in Massachusetts (effective 7/1/2018). We are half-way through MS4 Permit Year 4, so permittee responsibilities under the IDDE program are likely increasing as MS4 Permit deadlines approach. This training focuses on Year 4 and future IDDE requirements and discusses best practices for implementation of IDDE programs. This webinar will also fulfill the annual MS4 requirement for IDDE training.
Massachusetts municipalities and their supporting agencies that fall under the MS4 permitting annual training requirements
ATTENTION: Please use the link that will be provided in your registration confirmation email to register with Zoom for the virtual class.
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|Joseph||East Bridgewater DPW|
|Anderson||East Bridgewater DPW|
|Tucker||East Bridgewater DPW|
|John||Town of Natick|
|Alison||City of Framingham DPW|
|Paul||Town of Uxbridge|
|Sean||Town of Scituate|
|Doug||City of Northampton|
|William||Town of Natick DPW|
|Dan||City of Easthampton|
|QinRui||Town of Acton|
|Sandra||Town of Southwick|
|Katie||City of Northampton|
|Brendan||City of Northampton|
|james||Town of Townsend|
|David||Town of Rockland|
- Anne Bastoni
Project Manager at VHB
Annie Bastoni is a Project Manager with VHB’s Water Resources Group focused on providing clients with innovative solutions to complying with stormwater regulations and other challenges. Annie supports many clients, including municipalities and state agencies, in IDDE program building and compliance. She has extensive experience in project management; stormwater management design, construction, and maintenance; and the application of GIS technology. Previously, Annie managed the statewide stormwater program for MassDOT.
- Sarah Nalven
Water Resources Scientist at VHB
Sarah Nalven is a Water Resources Scientist with VHB’s Water Resources Group. She specializes in water quality and Clean Water Act implementation, including NPDES permitting and compliance, watershed and waterbody assessment, TMDL development, watershed management planning, lake restoration, and water quality monitoring.