Stormwater Regulations, Erosion and Sediment Control - Dover

Date: 3/22/2023 8:00 AM - 3/22/2023 3:30 PM

Location: 5 Springdale Ave, (Dover Town House-Great Hall)

Dover, Massachusetts




Course Description: 
The EPA has identified Stormwater as an important regulation to improve water quality and the environment. Stormwater regulation and implementation are important to be familiar with the communities you work in and live in. This class will provide a basis for understanding water quality and stormwater regulations. This class will discuss Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) and inspection requirements. Workshop materials will provide guidance of design and installation of erosion and sediment controls (E&SC). There will also be a demonstration of water quality sampling using a Turbidity Meter in the field per EPA guidance. The workshop will provide opportunities to review field installation of BMP for Stormwater in the field (conditions and weather allowing). The instructor will provide common E&SC issues and lead discussion for solutions. 

Target Audience: 
Municipal officials, field workers, project managers, and anyone responsible for the implementation of stormwater regulation and sediment control.

Site Visit Location TBD


Accommodations for Disabilities: UMTC endeavors to provide an inclusive learning environment for all. If you require special services or arrangements to fully participate in this workshop, please contact Caitlin Rachmaciej at or 413-230-9517 at least 14 days prior to the event. Such services are provided free of charge.


Register by 3/22/2023
Private Sector


Register by 3/22/2023
Public Sector


If you are having trouble registering, please email or call (413) 545-2604 for assistance.

First Name Affiliation
Lucy McMahon Associates - a Bowman Company - Lincoln (RI)
Steve Private Citizen
Michelle Town of West Newbury
Ardian Town of Needham Dept of Public Works
Mark City of Quincy
  • Damon Burt
    Founder at Fraggle Rock Environmental
    Damon is the founder of Fraggle Rock Environmental specializing in Stormwater permitting/inspections, wetland science and environmental permitting since 2004. He is a Certified Professional in Erosion Sediment Control (CPESC) and New Hampshire Certified Wetland Scientist (NHCWS) with a B.S. in water resources management and a minor in wetland ecology from the University of New Hampshire. Damon is a research scientist at the New England Water Treatment Technology Center (NE-WTTAC) at the University of New Hampshire working with drinking water technologies and innovations. He is an Adjunct Teacher at the University of New Hampshire on Stormwater Technology and Inspections and chair of the State of New Hampshire Board of Natural Scientist (Wetland and Soil Scientist Certifications).