Working in Waterways: A free virtual training hosted by the Keep It Clean Partnership, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, and the US Army Corps of Engineers.
Thursday, August 13 , 2020 from 9:00am-4:00pm.
How to Register
Who Should Attend
Contractors, inspectors, consultants, and design professionals involved in projects where work is performed in or next to waterways. Attendees need to have a strong working knowledge of temporary erosion and sediment control measures.
Construction activities can have serious impacts on waterways and water quality. This training will dive into the various permits required for projects taking place in or near waterways and how to determine the best control measures for your site.
• Create a pathway to achieve and maintain compliance throughout the entirety of your project
• Review of the multiple permits required, what each permit covers and how it applies to your project
• Learn how to identify potential water sources on your site and the most protective control measures for each source
• Examine the relationship between the USACE 404 and CDPS Construction Stormwater permits
• Define and discuss the importance of the ordinary high-water mark (OHWM)
• Learn what role construction dewatering plays and the basic parts of a dewatering system required for compliance
• Discuss how the USACE 404 permit, CDPS Construction Stormwater permit, and CDPS Construction Dewatering permit overlap, and what this mean for your project