Erosion & Sediment Control on Linear Utility Projects

This webcast aired on Thursday, Aug 15, 2019

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Hold on for a non-stop one-hour webinar ride! Review innovative design features for erosion, sediment, and turbidity control for linear utility applications. Pick up new technologies as a plan designer that you can incorporate into your next SWPPP. Obtain tips as a project manager to deliver environmental protection components of your job on budget and on time. Learn how to properly install and maintain innovative BMPs on linear projects as a site superintendent or lead foreman. Discover methods to address containment, recovery, and restoration for horizontal directional drilling inadvertent returns.

Learning Objectives:

  • Build margin into the E&SC plan design for linear pipelines
  • Emphasize additional protective methods and measures at environmentally sensitive areas
  • Discover implementation and Execution tips for Storm Ready projects
  • Review flocculant applications to maximize treatment of construction stormwater runoff
  • Introduce methods to manage Inadvertent releases for horizontal directional drilling operations

Presented by Ted Sherrod, PE

Ted Sherrod is a Principal Environmental Engineer with AECOM with key responsibilities involving management of construction stormwater and post-construction stormwater programs, design of stormwater control measures and training materials, and development of stormwater management plans for private and public sector clients.

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1. Staged seeding involves:
2. Regulators consider tree cutting a land disturbing operation
3. Construction Phasing Considerations are:
4. BMP Implementation and Maintenance Principles are:
5. Which tool is not recommended on Linear utility jobs?
6. Linear Utility Jobs need _____ water diversions:
7. What seres as a drainage break in long runs of silt fence to intercept runoff and provides additional sediment control in low/sag locations?
8. Consider _____ where water impoundments occur downstream
9. Insist on adequoate LOD for staging/stockpiling areas and sediment storage.
10. Specify Biodegradable rolled or hydraulic ED product in ESA's
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