2012 VWMC Conference

“Water Quality Monitoring: Tools for MS4 Compliance, TMDL Implementation, and Water Quality Protection & Restoration”

Henrico County Training Center, Henrico, Va.
Friday, May 18, 2012

Presentations (as pdf documents)

Coliscan Easygel: A Simple and Effective Tool to Determine Fecal Bacteria Levels in WaterJames Beckley, Quality Assurance Coordinator, Virginia Department of Environmental Quality

Value of Volunteers to Stormwater Management: Bacterial Monitoring By Citizen Scientists – James City County Volunteer Bacteria Monitoring ProgramSuzanne Dyba, Water Monitoring Coordinator, James City County Stormwater Division (pdf) and Chesterfield Water TrendsLorne Field, Environmental Outreach Coordinator, Chesterfield County

Optical Brightener Testing: An Indicator in Helping to Identify Faulty Septic Systems & Storm Drain Cross-Connections Katie Register, Executive Director, Clean Virginia Waterways and Vice-Chair, Virginia Water Monitoring Council

New Directions for the Virginia Water Monitoring Council – Chris French, Stormwater Regulatory Manager, Filterra, and Co-Chair, Virginia Water Monitoring Council

An IDDE-ots* Guide to Pollution Detection (*Illicit Discharges Detection & Elimination — Outfall Screenings, In-the-Pipe-Studies & Source Tracking)Craig Homan, Water Quality Compliance Specialist, Chesterfield County Environmental Engineering

Water Quality Monitoring: New Technologies and Equipment Roger Stewart, Office of Water Quality Assessment, Virginia Department of Environmental Quality

Virginia Department of Health Beach Monitoring ProgramAmy Pemberton, Environmental Health Supervisor, Peninsula Health District, Virginia Department of Health

Using Advanced Tools For Continuous Water Quality Monitoring In Fairfax John Jastram, Hydrologist, U.S. Geological Survey, Virginia Water Science Center


Thank you to our conference organizers and sponsors!