Training Provider: StormwaterONE
Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) are vital components of a city's water system. By collecting stormwater runoff, these systems help to prevent flooding.
This Pollution Prevention and Good Housekeeping for Municipal Operators covers some of the components an operator of a Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) must include in its Stormwater Management Program. Specifically, it fulfills the sixth Minimum Control Measure of MS4 management as outlined by the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES).
This course covers various types and sources of pollution, MS4 implementation, requirements of MS4 operators and guidelines for development. It focus on the types of pollution that enters waterways from streets and vehicle maintenance areas, and pollution that results from poor storm sewer systems and floor management practices.
Upon successful completion of this online, 3-hour program, students will receive a certificate of completion. This course can qualify for 3.0 Professional Developmental Hours.
Who Should Take this Course?
Topics to be Covered:
Minimum Control Measures in the MS4 Phase II of the NPDES Permit:
|Certificates||Students can download their certificates upon course completion from within the student dashboard. An official embossed certificate, wallet card, completion letter, and hardhat decal will arrive by mail within 3-weeks of course completion.|
As an occupational trade school for stormwater management, StormwaterONE specializes in the development and delivery of state specific eLearning programs including Stormwater Management for construction, industrial, and Municipal permitting. StormwaterONE also offers full administrative services for state agencies, enterprise clients, and individual trainers.