june, 2020

25jun1:00 pm2:00 pmForterra and Imbrium Systems present Complimentary Stormwater Quality Series – Part 1Guidance for Applications of Oil-Grit Separators and Filters in Municipal Stormwater Regulations

Event Details

Oil-grit separators (OGS) have long been used in Canada in both stand-alone and pretreatment applications for stormwater quality treatment. However, the need for higher level treatment of pollutants of concern such as nutrients and metals has put increasing focus on stormwater filter devices. For both classes of technology, rigorous performance testing and third-party verification are vital to ensure that real-world performance is aligned with marketing claims. Additionally, proper product selection, sizing, scaling, installation, and maintenance are critical in order to consistently achieve the stormwater quality objectives for a specific site.

What You Will Learn:

  • Basic understanding of the latest in OGS and stormwater filter technology
  • Key aspects of proper testing protocols for OGS and filters
  • Guidance for application of OGS and filters within stormwater regulations

Webinar Dates / Times:

Guidance for Manufactured Treatment Devices in Municipal Stormwater Regulations

Part One: Oil-Grit Separators
Thursday June 25 @ 1:00 PM Eastern Time

Part Two: Filter Devices
Wednesday July 8 @ 1:00 PM Eastern Time

Webinars are FREE!

RSVP to Reagan Davidson (rdavidson@imbriumsystems.com)

Presenter: Joel Garbon serves as Regulatory Manager for Imbrium Systems, and is the primary inventor and developer of multiple well-known stormwater treatment technologies. Joel was previously the Technical Committee Chairman for the Stormwater Equipment Manufacturers Association (SWEMA), and has served a leading role in the development of testing protocols for stormwater treatment technologies both in Canada and in the U.S.

Time

(Thursday) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Organizer

Forterra and Imbrium Systems

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