Storm Water Management: Putting the New Construction General Permit to Work for You(VRTCCL927)

Presented by: Tamar J. Cerafici
Duration: 270 minutes

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The EPA's revised version of the Construction General Permit may increase the resources, time and effort needed to comply with storm water management obligations.

Every five years, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) revises its Construction General Permit (CGP). The newest version, which was effective in February 2017, adds some new provisions that have changed the federal regulatory landscape for construction projects. In addition, state and local regulators may require additional preventive measures.

Do you share liability with other operators on your site? Is your construction discharge authorized? Do you know if your Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP) is available to the public? Is your training on track? Is your SWPP Plan up to date?

Your company must understand what these changes will mean for your projects, as more resources, time and effort are likely needed to comply with your storm water management obligations. New regulations also mean enforcement action risks from permitting agencies and the potential for debilitating enforcement issues and hefty fines.

To make sure you know the answers to these, and many other, questions, join experienced environmental lawyer Tamar Cerafici for this fast-paced boot camp, where you'll gain practical, hands-on training for the new CGP and SWPPP. You'll take away the tools you need to train your employees, negotiate with regulators, and improve your company's bottom line.

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About Our Speaker(s)
Tamar J. Cerafici

Since the early 1990s, Tamar Cerafici has been helping the regulated community understand how complex environmental laws affect their bottom line. She’s worked with government agencies, small businesses and utilities, bridging the often wide gap between the way regulation is enforced and how – with creative planning – compliance can enhance her clients’ bottom lines. She is one of the few attorneys in the United States to have run the gamut of new nuclear licensing. A popular teacher and speaker, Tamar is licensed to practice law in Utah and Idaho. Currently, she manages a national consulting practice.

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