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2022

REGIONAL
STORMWATER SUMMIT

friday
october 21

Event
Details

The Regional Stormwater Summit is a Southeast Michigan regional gathering of government, industry, and community stakeholders interested in learning and sharing the latest technologies, new rules, and collaborative efforts around stormwater issues.

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Oct 21, 8:00 AM EDT
Southfield
Join us at LTU for the 2022 Regional Stormwater Summit in partnership with Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner, Lawrence Technological University and Pure Oakland Water. Event begins at 8:00am I Cost to attend is $25 and includes lunch PD hours available.
Presentation

2022

AGENDA

 12:00 pm       lunch 
 8:00 am        Registration 
Welcome and Remarks
  • Dr. Nabil Grace, Dean of Engineering, LTU

  • Dr. Tarek M. Sobh, President, LTU

  • Jim Nash, Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner

  • Dr. Donald Carpenter, P.E., Principal, Drummond Carpenter and Director of the Great Lakes Stormwater Institute, LTU

Keynote Speaker

“Stormwater Management in Pittsburgh – the PWSA Story”​

Tony Igwe, P.E., Senior Group Manager, Stormwater, Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority

“Optimizing Climate Resilience and Stormwater Management with Nature-Based Design”

  • Scott Dierks, P.E., Senior Water Resources Engineer, GEI 

  • Patrick Judd, PLA, ASLA, Senior Manager, ECT​

 10:45 am       networking break 

“Stormwater and Sustainability Initiatives in Oakland County”

  • Lynne Seymour, P.E., Chief Engineer, Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner’s Office​ (OCWRC)

  • Joel Kohn, Environmental Planner, OCWRC

  • Stephanie Petriello, Environmental Planner, OCWRC

“Funding Presentation from the Dept. of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy”

  • Jessica Ferris, Finance Division, Water Infrastructure Funding & Financing, EGLE

  • Dan Beauchamp, Water Resources Division, Municipal Permits Unit, EGLE

MAIN AUDITORIUM

“Adapting to New Stormwater Rules: Impacts on Site Design in Southeast Michigan”

  • Dr. Don Carpenter, P.E., Drummond Carpenter

  • Greg Kacvinsky, P.E., OHM Advisors

 9:00 am 
 9:15 am 
 10:00 am 
 11:00 am 
 11:00 am 
UTC Gallery

Non-profit Updates

  • Dallas Ford, Friends of the Rouge

  • Chris Bobryk, Clinton River Watershed Council

  • Jon Weyhrauch, Reroot Pontiac

 1:00 pm 
 1:00 pm 
 2:00 pm        networking break 

“In-depth Look at the Clinton River Water Resource Recovery Facility’s Biosolids Project and the Need for Climate Change Mitigation Efforts”

  • Jim Nash, Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner

 2:15 pm 

“Planning for Healing at the Detroit Zoo: A Framework for Sustainable Stormwater Management to Effect Watershed Regeneration”

  • Andy McDowell, Sustainability Coordinator, Detroit Zoological Society​

 2:30 pm 
 3:00 pm        Closing Remarks