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South Carolina Training – Presentations

Strategies and Tools to Protect and Restore Coastal Water Quality

Workshop Overview
David Graves, Manager, Surface Water Monitoring Section
S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control

Regulatory Overview: Our Framework for Reducing Stormwater Runoff in Coastal South Carolina
Richard Geer, Engineer Associate, Coastal Stormwater Permitting Section
S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control

Volume Reduction Strategies for Coastal Watersheds
Lauren Kolodij, Deputy Director, North Carolina Coastal Federation

Calculating Volume Reduction Goals and Selecting Effective Stormwater Reduction Measures
Hunter Freeman, PE, LEED AP, WithersRavenel

Adding Low Impact Development to the Suite of Stormwater Management Options
Michelle LaRocco, CTP Coordinator, North Inlet-Winyah Bay NERR

Reduction of Pollutant Loads as a Stormwater Management Option
Kevin Blayton, PE, Director of Public Works, North Myrtle Beach
Susan Libes, PhD, Director, Waccamaw Watershed Academy, Coastal Carolina University

Community-based Watershed Planning Efforts to Address Fecal Coliform Bacteria Impairments in the Murrells Inlet and Hog Inlet-Dunn Sound Creek Estuaries
Daniel Newquist, AICP, CFM, 208 Project Director, Waccamaw Regional COG

Stormwater Volume Control – Development and Implementation Standards
Eric Larson, PE, Director, Environmental Engineering and Land Management, Beaufort County