How to Control Turbidity on Construction Sites:
Methods for Meeting EPA Turbidity Limits
Charlotte, NC
 
 
Learn methods for meeting the turbidity limits in the new US EPA rule on construction site stormwater management.  (See the rule issued 12/1/09:  http://www.epa.gov/waterscience/guide/construction/)  This workshop provides the basic principles of turbidity reduction using chemical treatment systems, including a variety which were developed at North Carolina State University and cited in the EPA rule. The focus will be on inexpensive, passive treatment approaches which can easily be integrated into an erosion and sediment control plan.
 
Class Time: 8am-5pm
Credit: 6.5 Hours (Soil Scientists, Landscape Architects, Engineers, CPESCs)
Fee: $235
Location: Charlotte, NC

 
Installation of Construction Site Erosion &
Sediment Control Devices
Raleigh, NC

 
Training on the development of erosion and sediment control plans is widely available, but proper installation of these devices is just as critical as a good plan. This workshop is designed for people who actually need to know how to install these devices. Attendees will learn what properly installed devices should look like and the common failures in their installation; how to install the most common devices by actually installing them; how to install alternatives to common rock systems and how to save some money using them.
 
Class Time: 1:00-5:00pm
Credit: 3.5 Hours (Soil Scientists, Landscape Architects, Engineers, CPESCs)
Fee: $60
Location: Booth Field Learning Lab, 4000 Chi Rd., Raleigh, NC
 
 
Advanced Construction Site Turbidity Control NEW!
Raleigh, NC

 
This workshop expands on the 1-day Turbidity Control Workshop to include more detailed information on basic principles and a wide range of design options for turbidity control. You will spend more time evaluating options for treating stormwater with flocculants, including dosing systems and costs involved. You will take part in group projects to solve specific problems using a variety of approaches, including passive and active treatment systems. This workshop is designed for those who have to make decisions on the approaches to turbidity control in a variety of situations.
 
Class Time: Day 1: 8:00am-5:00pm; Day 2: 7:30am-12:00pm
Credit: 12 Hours Pending Approval
Fee: $325
Location: Booth Field Learning Lab, 4000 Chi Rd., Raleigh, NC
 
 
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soils_training@ncsu.edu
919-513-1678


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