PureBlue, Salmon Safe and ECOSS look forward to your company at this Stormwater Happy Hour. Meet the scientists and engineers working on some of the most innovative technologies in the region and discuss how we as an industry can drive the selection and implementation of new tools in our stormwater toolbox. For more information on the event and speakers, please see the Facebook event page at: https://www.facebook.com/events/1227182364126237/.
This focused one-day conference hosted by the Northwest Environmental Business Council is Washington’s leading stormwater event, convening regulated companies, governments, solution providers, and regulators for learning, networking, and business development. In addition, Managing Stormwater in Washington features the region’s largest stormwater trade show with over 40 service and technology solution providers.
- Fundamental Stormwater Management
- Industrial Stormwater Management
- Municipal Stormwater Management
- Science & Research
More details and registration here: http://www.washingtonstormwater.com/
Polluted stormwater runoff is the #1 pollution source around Puget Sound. Businesses are helping mitigate that pollution.
During heavy rainfall, water picks up pollutants from impervious surfaces like roads and parking lots. This water flows directly from storm drains to our waterways, harming the health of communities and aquatic life. Industries and municipalities are major originators of the oils, fuels, metals and other pollutants that ultimately contaminate Puget Sound waters. But some businesses want to change that and ECOSS provides the tools to do so.
In 2018, we visited over 1,400 businesses, delivered nearly 650 spill kits and provided spill training and prevention plans in more than 30 Puget Sound cities and counties. Spill kits help businesses keep spilled materials from reaching storm drains in streets, alleys and parking lots.
And our offerings for stormwater management workshops and trainings nearly doubled in 2018. Seven industry-focused workshops reached almost 100 individuals and over 80 companies. And 18 municipal-focused workshops trained 625 municipal staff across 37 jurisdictions, agencies and businesses. These workshops help attendees understand permitting requirements, improve stormwater management practices and protect local waters and watersheds.
Help us expand our business outreach for greener businesses, cleaner waters and healthier communities!