ECOSS delivers tools and techniques to help businesses navigate stormwater permit compliance.

These trainings cover the Industrial Stormwater General Permit for Washington State, and are designed to meet the needs of all levels of stormwater management, from those just starting out to seasoned professionals, as well as stormwater consultants and engineers.

These professional workshops provide ideas and potential solutions for stormwater BMPs and sampling techniques to help you meet NPDES permit requirements, and allow you to ask tough questions in a confidential setting.

Classes are taught by local experts in compliance with Washington’s Industrial Stormwater General Permit (ISGP).

Is Your Business Struggling to Meet the Industrial Stormwater Permit Requirements?

Stormwater 100: Basic Building Blocks of the Industrial Stormwater Permit 
Pre-recorded webinar: FREE! 

Are you new to the Industrial Stormwater General Permit? Do you have questions about your next steps? This course provides a brief and very high-level overview of the basics of stormwater management.

Check out our free webinar in cooperation with the Washington Stormwater Center, supported by funds from the Boeing Foundation: 

Contact ECOSS at for Part 2, and for more information and materials that supports these webinars.

ECOSS is teamed up with the Washington Stormwater Center to bring you a free presentation to hear several stormwater permitted businesses share their stories of struggle and success while achieving permit compliance requirements.

Listen to three businesses from different industries share their tales of pain, processes and perseverance while meeting their stormwater management obligations.

Workshop on 303(d) listed waterbodies

Washington State has specific stormwater permit compliance requirements for business properties which discharge directly or indirectly into an impaired and threated waterbody (e.g. stream/river segments and lakes) are different than for other businesses. These waterbodies are also known as 303(d) listed waterbodies. See below for a free workshop for businesses discharging into such bodies of water:

Check Out Our New Webinars:

  • Get up-to-date on the current industrial regulations and permit requirements for WA State
  • Learn how to develop a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP), Sampling Plan and spill response plans
  • Receive a solid foundation in Best Management Practice (BMP) ideas and resources for meeting tough stormwater challenges
  • Gain practical insight and techniques to use in a stormwater management program

We recognize these are challenging economic times, so we are currently charging $125 per session or $450 for all four webinars.

Please contact if you need more information or for assistance with registration.

Industrial Stormwater General Permit Webinar Workshops

Session 1 – The 2020 ISG Permit & How to Create a SWPPP
Pre-Recorded Webinar: $125                              

Workshop content includes: The 2020 Industrial Stormwater General Permit, its new requirements, and the basics of creating a Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan (SWPPP).

Session 2 – Sampling, Labs and Reporting
Pre-Recorded Webinar: $125                                                              

Workshops content includes: Selecting a representative sample location; proper sampling technique; how to choose a lab partner and read sampling results; and requirements for reporting discharge monitoring reports (DMR).

Session 3 – Spill Prevention and BMPs
Pre-Recorded Webinar: $125                                                                    

Workshop content includes: Spill prevention, control and response; staff training; and operational, structural and treatment Best Management Practices (BMPs) to help meet permit requirements.

Session 4 – Responding to Level 3 Actions and Lawsuits
Pre-Recorded Webinar: $125

Workshop content includes: What to do when you have a Level 3 Action requirement; Making the Data Work for You; Managing a Lawsuit; and the Principles of Advanced Treatment.

Questions about these courses or need help with registration? Contact ECOSS at

We recognize these are challenging economic times, so we are currently charging $125 per session or $450 for all four webinars.

Thank you to our program partners:

CWT Clean Water Technologies

Washington Stormwater Center

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