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Effectively Combining Groundwater and Surface Water Management - Webinar

  • ID: 4033323
  • Webinar
  • 90 Minutes
  • Lorman Business Center, Inc.
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Gain an understanding of the practical approaches to managing groundwater and surface water, as well as the tools you need to be successful.

One of the most pressing and pervasive problems facing our society today is the fact that our water supply has been contaminated since the start of the industrial revolution. If groundwater is threatened with contamination or is presently contaminated, this affects our surface water. Merely remediating surface water does not solve our drinking water or health related problems. Unless professionals work in this area on a daily basis, they often do not understand the scope and depth of the interaction between surface water and groundwater, potential solutions for successful management and the role of the attorney, environmental consultant and water purveyors in addressing these issues.

This topic will provide viewers practical approaches to these problems, including an understanding of the tools that are available to mitigate the effects of contamination. You will also have the ability to understand and review groundwater management plans and agreements as well as present regulations.
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Introduction: Groundwater and Surface Water
- Importance of Effective Interaction Between Groundwater and Surface Water
- Threats to Groundwater and Groundwater Contamination Affecting Surface Water
- Management of Groundwater: Discussion of Plumes, Operable Units, Spreading Grounds

Possible Solutions to Successful Interaction Between Groundwater and Surface Water
- Groundwater Programs Involving Local Partnerships (Eg. Community, Public Utilities, Business Interests, Local Residents)
- Watershed Partnerships and Groundwater Management Plans
- Role of Water Purveyors and Utilities, Attorneys and Environmental Consultants

Management Tools
- Groundwater Protection Tools and Agreements
- Zoning and Other Governmental Regulations
- Health Regulations
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Martin L. Adams, Los Angeles Department of Water and Power
Anita Sokolsky, Anita Sokolsky
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This webinar is designed for engineers, public works and utilities directors, hydrologists, government officials, developers, planners, architects, environmental professionals, presidents, vice presidents, project managers and attorneys.
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