LTUEvents

Oct 3 - Oct 4

08:30 AM - 04:30 PM

Where: Lawrence Technological University
21000 West Ten Mile Road Southfield, MI 48075


Cost: $20.00 - Includes Continental Breakfast and Lunch

Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash and the Water Resources Commissioner's Office, with Pure Oakland Water and Lawrence Technological University, are hosting our first regional storm water summit on October 4, 2013 for stakeholders in storm water planning and management.


Elected officials, government staff, industry leaders, our watershed councils, and environmental activists interested in the new EPA regulations, sustainability, cutting edge projects and planning and related environmental concerns are encouraged to attend.


We promise an interesting day with expert speakers, tours of green infrastructure, films, and networking and a comfortable environment. Attendance is limited to the first 300 registrants.

Register

Tentative Program Includes:

8:30 am Registration / Continental Breakfast / Display Booths

9:00 am Welcome and Remarks
Hosts: Dr. Virindir Moudgil, President, Lawrence Technological University
Dr. Don Carpenter, Lawrence Technological University

Convener:
Jim Nash, Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner

9:20 am Keynote Speaker - Dr. Jim Smullen, Senior Vice President at Camp Dresser and McKee

10:00 am EPA's Proposed Storm Water Rulemaking - Bob Newport, EPA Region 5

10:30am New State Phase II Storm Water Permit Application - Bill Creal, Chief, Water Resources Division, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

11:00am Shifting from Grey to Green Infrastructure in the Rouge River Watershed - Jim Ridgway and Annette DeMaria, Alliance of Rouge Communities Staff

11:30am SEMCOG Initiatives - Amy Mangus, Leader of Plan Implementation, Southeast Michigan Council of Governments

Noon *Lunch / *Break-out Sessions / Roundtables

1:00 pm Lawrence Technological University Storm Water Best Management Practices - Dr. Don Carpenter, Lawrence Technological University

1:30 pm Storm Water Utility Funding Approach: Theory, Implementation, Results - Speaker Panel: Laura Rubin, Huron River Watershed Council and City of Ann Arbor

2:30 pm Storm Water, Asset Management and Wastewater (SAW) Program Funding - Kelly Hoffman, West Unit Chief, Office of Drinking Water and Municipal Assistance, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

3:00 pm Climate Change in Southeast Michigan: What’s Coming, What to Expect - Laura Rubin, Huron River Watershed Council

3:45 pm Closing Remarks

To Register go to oakgov.com/watersummit

With questions about the event or how to register, please contact: Alyssa Atkinson Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner’s Office/Pure Oakland Water (POW) atkinsonaa@oakgov.com 248-858-0663



Event Location:
21000 West Ten Mile Road Southfield, MI 48075

For more information:
248-858-0663
atkinsonaa@oakgov.com