DEQ E. Coli TMDL Webinars – Reminders

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Reminder! There are three Statewide E. coli TMDL webinars coming up. Please register by clicking on the links below.

For more information, please visit the Statewide E. coli TMDL website, or contact Molly Rippke.


Statewide E. coli TMDL –Nonpoint Sources

Thu, Feb 23, 2017 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST

This webinar will focus on nonpoint sources of E. coli, discuss watershed management planning, and provide guidance on using the draft statewide E. coli Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) and associated tools to address issues. There will be a demonstration of the online mapping system which will bring local perspective and information to this statewide process. This webinar is intended primarily for watershed groups, the agricultural community, municipalities, and local/state agencies with an interest in watershed planning.

Click here to register for the Nonpoint Source webinar.


Statewide E. coli TMDL – Info for MS4 Permittees

Tue, Feb 28, 2017 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST

This webinar will provide the basics of the draft statewide E. coli Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL), with a focus on urban E. coli pollution issues to municipal stormwater systems, such as illicit connections, nuisance wildlife, pets, etc. There will be a discussion of how the TMDL relates to municipal storm water permits (MS4s), and a demonstration of the online mapping system. This webinar is intended primarily for NPDES permittees with MS4 permits, although it could also be of interest to any watershed groups, municipalities, and local agencies with urban land area.

Click here to register for the MS4 webinar.


Statewide E. coli TMDL – Info for Industrial Stormwater Permittees

Fri, Mar 3, 2017 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM EST

This webinar will provide the basics of the draft statewide E. coli Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL), with a focus on industrial stormwater issues, such as current permit requirements where an approved TMDL is in effect. There will be a demonstration of the online mapping system which will bring local perspective and information to this statewide process. This webinar is intended primarily for NPDES permittees with industrial stormwater permits, although could also be of interest to watershed groups, municipalities, and local agencies.

Click here to register for the Industrial Stormwater webinar.