WRRI Upcoming Events
Erosion and sedimentation control planning and design Workshop for design professionals, contractors & developers
April 2015 (date TBD)
More info about our Western NC date and location will be announced soon.
Online Registration NOW AVAILABLE:
Visit go.ncsu.edu/wrri_registration to make a credit card or check payment for either exhibitors or regular attendees
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About the Program
These workshops are structured to educate and familiarize design professionals, contractors, and developers with the NC Sedimentation Pollution Control Act (SPCA), the rules implementing the Act, design standards for erosion and sedimentation control practices and standards, and elements that are necessary to submit and implement an erosion control plan. This comes to you directly from the source—the NC Division of Energy, Mineral, and Land Resources Land Quality Section and its partners providing you with the information you need to submit a plan and prevent soil erosion and sedimentation damage.
This spring our workshops will focus on considerations for protection of developing watersheds. Techniques will be discussed for integrating GIS into NPDES monitoring, trout buffer waiver applications, and erosion and sedimentation control on forestry sites and stream restoration projects. Updates on DEMLR activities, including a new system for electronic permitting, will also be discussed
Cost: $90.00. This fee includes materials, breaks and lunch. Cancellations received 7 days or more prior to the workshop will receive a refund less $15 processing fee. No refunds issued 7 days prior to the event. Substitutions will be accepted.
Must be made on your own if needed.
Who Should Attend
Professional Engineers, Landscape Architects, Environmental Consultants, Local Governments
7.5 PDHs* will be offered for professional engineers and land surveyors, and 7.5 CEUs* will be offered to landscape architects (*contingent on board approval)
NC Sedimentation Control Commission, North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources Division of Energy, Mineral and Land Resources Land Quality Section, and the Water Resources Research Institute