Erosion Control Training
2019 City Stormwater Management Permit Training
When: Monday March 25th, 9:00am - 3:30pm
Where: Lake Superior Estuarium, 3 Marina Dr. (red building on Barker's Island) Superior, WI
Who should attend? Contractors working on large and small sites in Superior WI
What: Draft Agenda
How: Register online today! Cost is $25 (includes lunch and all training materials)
Special thanks to the WDNR, MPCA, the Lake Superior Reserve, and Lake Superior Estuarium for assistance with the training and venue!
When: March 23-24, 2017 8:00 am-4:30 pm
Where: University of Wisconsin, Superior - Great Room (link to site location on google maps)
What: This two-day course is designed for those who perform site management duties, supervise or direct construction activities, install best management practices, and/or inspect sites for compliance relating to erosion/sediment control and storm water management. This course is offered around Wisconsin annually. We encourage those who have not attended for the past 3 years to do so in order to be informed of the latest regulations and practices.
Who: Engineers, Site Managers, Site Superintendents, Contractor Superintendents and Foremen, BMP Installers and Inspectors
Attendees who complete the course will receive a certificate of attendance indicating that they have received 12 professional development hours/continuing education credits.
Learn more about the event, download an event flier, or register today!
This training is made possible by the City of Superior, UW Extension, Lake Superior National Estuarine Research Reserve, and UWS.
Completed -Join the City of Superior - Environmental Services Division of Public Works and software designers from PV & Associates for this 2-day WinSLAMM training.
Where: Government Center: ,
How: Register here! **Registration closes on Monday Nov. 28th at noon.**
Cost: $550 due upon arrival, cash or check
A light breakfast and lunch will be provided both days.
This training will utilize local case studies, focusing on applications in clay soils typical of the region.
WinSLAMM (Source Loading and Management Model for Windows) is the only Urban Stormwater Quality Model that evaluates runoff volume and pollution loading for each source area within each land use for each rainfall event. It does not lump impervious areas together nor does it lump all the areas in a single land use together. Evaluation at the source area level allows stormwater quality professionals the ability to target the highest loading areas and recommend improvements to reduce runoff volume and pollution loading from those areas.
2016 Erosion Control Trainings
Completed: April 26, 2016: Erosion Control Training - Contractor
This event will include both “classroom” and “field” learning techniques. The morning will consist of speakers teaching about the inspection process, proper erosion control tool selection, implement the approved plan, installation, and maintenance. The afternoon will be demonstrations of proper installation and maintenance of the most commonly misused and inappropriately installed and maintained erosion control tools/practices.
Topics to be covered at the Contractor Workshop include:
- Ordinance review
- Permitting process
- When can construction begin
- AOC update and impact of TSS on fish/aquatic habitat
- Preconstruction Inspection process
- Inspection milestones
- Final Inspection requirements
- *Coming in 2017* City of Superior Product Acceptability List – BMPs
- Other DNR/agency speakers, product experts on BMP use/installation
- On-site demonstrations of proper BMP installation
Completed:March 31, 2016: Erosion Control Training - Consultant
Download a flier and schedule for the Consultant training.
This event consisted of classroom training, including expert instruction on the proper sequencing of a project, selection of erosion control tools, and maintenance for effectiveness and cost-savings.
Topics covered at the Consultant Workshop included:
- Ordinance and Program review
- Permit requirements
- Permitting process
- How to create a clear plan
- LTSM and EC Plan items
- Construction Sequencing
- *Coming in 2017* City of Superior Product Acceptability List - BMPs
Report summarizes findings which guided scope of City trainings
The City of Superior worked with the University of Wisconsin Environmental Resources Center to conduct interviews and focus groups with local contractors, engineers, and plan designers which helped shape the content of City of Superior Erosion Control Trainings. Read their summary report HERE.