By Gary Thomas
StormCon 2012, the stormwater pollution prevention conference, is set to take place in Denver from August 19–23. Experts will convene at the surface water quality conference and exposition to discuss the latest strategies for reducing surface water pollution and study the technologies available for prevention and mitigation of water pollution.
The annual event will be offering expert advice from knowledgeable personnel in the field. The StormCon 2012 event will bring together EPA officials, water quality professionals, government officials, municipal officials, civil engineers, contractors, builders, consultants, planners, site inspectors, enforcement officials, regulators and property executives for the discussion.
The EPA, CH2M HILL, Home Depot, URS, AMEC, National Park Service, and CDOT, and the University of Delaware, University of California and other organizations will be participating in the event. Important personnel from counties and cities across North America will also be joining in the event.
The technologies and strategies for prevention of pollution will be discussed and showcased at the event. Event includes a course that consists of over 125 educational sessions. These will cover topics ranging from stormwater program management, industrial stormwater management, water-quality monitoring, urban retrofit, green infrastructure, erosion & sediment control, and BMP case studies. Stormwater-related equipment and products will be showcased by more than 200 service providers and vendors.
The conference program details containing information about the courses, highlights, presenters and the registration details are available at the event’s website- www.stormcon.com.