What's the 411 on MS4s? Tuesday, September 21 7:00pm Via Zoom Webinar What is a General MS4 Permit under the Municipal Stormwater Regulation Program? What is required by your municipal MS4 permit? And is your municipality
What’s the 411 on MS4s?
Tuesday, September 21
Via Zoom Webinar
What is a General MS4 Permit under the Municipal Stormwater Regulation Program?
What is required by your municipal MS4 permit?
And is your municipality in compliance with the state’s basic requirements such as developing, updating, implementing, and enforcing its stormwater pollution prevention plan (SPPP); providing local public education and outreach; meeting minimal standards for construction and post construction stormwater management; or retrofitting storm drain inlets after road resurfacing?
Since 2004, municipalities with separate storm sewers systems (MS4s) have required a General Permit under the New Jersey Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NJPDES). These MS4 permits authorize stormwater discharges to surface and ground water for both Tier A (urban) and Tier B (rural) municipalities provided they implement Statewide Basic Requirements (SBRs). These permits are meant to help address stormwater quality issues for new developments, redevelopments, and existing developments. The last update to the MS4 General Permits was in 2018 and they will be up for review in 2022.
Join ANJEC and South Jersey Land & Water Trust (SJLWT) as we offer the opportunity to review and discuss current requirements of municipal Tier A and Tier B MS4 General Permits and what the future might hold.
Stephen Boyer (NJDEP; Supervising Environmental Specialist in the Municipal Stormwater Regulation Program)
ANJEC/SJLWT Members: No charge to participate
To register, email email@example.com
(Tuesday) 7:00 pm