Industrial? Construction? Municipal?
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Don't see one in your area?
Watch the Keynote Sessions
Don't miss out on the keynote sessions this year - you'll be able to watch the live webcasts right here
on our website, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday of Storm Water Awareness Week.
The Chemistry of Storm Water: Industrial Facilities
Kick off this year's theme "The Chemistry of Storm Water" with an exciting workshop in which chemists from WGR and McCampbell Analytical laboratories join up to do some cool chemistry experiments but also give a chemistry lesson applicable to anyone subject to the Industrial General Permit. You can come to our studio and be a part of the live audience or you can watch it online.
The Chemistry of Storm Water: Municipalities
In this keynote, we continue to explore the chemistry of storm water with a look at California's Municipal NPDES Permits, and talk about the important role chemistry plays in these permits. A WGR chemist and municipal permit expert will talk about using chemistry to detect sources of illicit discharges and watershed problems. You can come to our studio and be a part of the live audience or you can watch it online.
The Chemistry of Storm Water: Construction Sites
Does chemistry happen at construction sites? You better believe it! In our third and final keynote for this year's event, chemists from WGR and Active Treatment Systems, Inc. will talk about the chemical processes at work at construction sites. We will look at pH, turbidity, and electrocoagulation. You can come to our studio and be a part of the live audience or you can watch it online.