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Stormwater Pollutant Chemistry, Monitoring, and BMP Effectiveness Training Course - Renton, WA

  • April 16, 2019
  • 8:00 AM
  • April 17, 2019
  • 5:00 PM
  • Larkspur Landing, 1701 East Valley Road, Renton, WA 98055
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April 16 - 17, 2019, 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. (2 Days)

Larkspur Landing - Main Conference Room
1701 East Valley Road, Renton, WA 98055 [directions]


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Overview: This practical and highly acclaimed course provides a comprehensive overview of stormwater pollution chemistry and its applications to stormwater monitoring and treatment. Topics include an overview of stormwater pollutant sources, characteristics, transport and fate, monitoring, best management practices (BMPs), BMP selection and performance, current research, and emerging technologies. Surface water and groundwater protection are also covered.


Course Topics


Stormwater Quality Principles
  • General Stormwater Chemistry
  • Chemo/Pollutographs
  • Stormwater Monitoring
  • Grab versus Composite Sampling
  • Event Mean Concentrations
  • Pollutant Loads
  • Whole Effluent Toxicity (WET)
  • Managing First Flush
  • Sediment Chemistry
  • Common Pollutant Sources
  • Atmospheric Deposition
  • Contaminant Transport and Fate
  • Metal Pollutant Properties
  • Organic Pollutant Properties
  • Partitioning Coefficients
  • Complexation & Speciation
  • Cation Exchange
  • Redox Potential
  • Acidity (pH)
  • Alkalinity and Hardness
  • Conductivity


Stormwater Pollutant Properties
  • Thermal Pollution
  • Solids (Turbidity, TS, TSS, TDS, and SSC)
  • Nanoparticles
  • Acid/Base Generating Material
  • Metals (Al, Ag, As, Cd, Cr, Cu, Fe, Pb, Hg, Ni, Pb, Se, Sb, and Zn)
  • Salts and Other Minerals
  • Nutrients
  • Oxygen Demanding Pollutants
  • Oil and Grease
  • Antifreeze Glycols
  • Detergents, Soaps and Other Surfactants
  • Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDCs)

Stormwater Pollutants (cont.)
  • Persistent Organic Pollutants

  • PAHs
  • PCBs
  • Phthalates
  • Pesticides and Degradates
  • Pathogens


Stormwater Treatment Processes
  • Coagulation/Flocculation
  • Precipitation
  • Sedimentation
  • Flotation
  • Laminar Separation
  • Vortex Separation
  • Screening
  • Filtration
  • Sorption
  • Temperature Reduction
  • Acid/Base Neutralization
  • Volatilization
  • Disinfection
  • Biodegradation
  • Phytodegradation
  • Soil Processes
  • Infiltration


BMP Effectiveness
  • BMP and LID Categories
  • BMP Selection Criteria
  • Performance Assessment
  • International BMP Database
  • Concentration Reduction
  • Load Reduction
  • Efficiency Ratio
  • Summation of Loads
  • Effluent Probability Method
  • Online vs. Offline Facilities
  • Low Impact Development
  • Treatment Trains
  • TAPE Approved BMPs
  • Zero Valent Iron Applications
  • Biochar Applications
  • Engineered Streambeds
  • Permeable Reactive Weirs


Groundwater and Surface Water Protection


Intended Audience: Water quality professionals seeking an improved understanding of stormwater chemistry and its applications to stormwater treatment and management. Scientists, engineers, enforcement and field staff, program managers, and stormwater policy makers will benefit from attending.

Education Level: Current research and advanced topics are included to ensure all experience levels benefit from attending.

Course Materials: Course proceedings and reference material.

Credit: 15 PDHs and 1.5 CEUs for completing 15 hours of instruction.

Registration: $495 (save $100 per person when registering a group of two or more: $395 per person). Register online or by calling us at (800) 385-0783.

Accommodations: Larkspur Landing (workshop location). Click here for a map of nearby hotels.

Parking: Free on-site parking.

Mass Transit: Click here for mass transportation options. Or you can use the King County Metro Trip Planner. Just copy and paste the hotel address into the destination field.
About the Instructor:  Erick McWayne has twenty-five years of professional experience in water quality management and teaching related courses. As a consultant, he managed contaminated surface water and groundwater projects for the Department of Defense and other clients. He currently provides consulting support to water quality improvement projects and teaches courses in contaminant chemistry, transport and fate, geochemistry, hydrogeology, remediation, stormwater, and surface water management with the University of California Davis and the National Environmental Management Association. Between teaching and consulting, he researches and develops new water treatment technologies.
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