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Thursday, July 18 • 1:30pm - 3:10pm
SS. Innovative Solutions to Stormwater Management

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This course was introduced in 2017 to provoke “outside-of-the-box thinking” and is back by popular demand! Our panel of experts will examine many unconventional and some entirely new approaches to managing stormwater! While Florida was a pioneer in the regulation of stormwater – dating back to the establishment of the MSSW program in 1972 – are we too focused on regulation today and missing an opportunity to once again be a pioneer? If we started over today with a blank sheet of paper, how should we address stormwater management?  How would we better target and fund it? How do we incentivize harvesting stormwater for water supply? How would “stormwater credit trading”, stormwater “co-ops”, or a “cap and trade” system work? Might we do better in springsheds? This panel will examine a number of “mission-driven”, rather than “regulatory-driven”, alternatives to our current system of stormwater management, and the audience should come prepared to participate in what is sure to be a lively and thought-provoking discussion!  

Speakers
avatar for Rick Renna

Rick Renna

Senior Engineer, Water Resources, Atkins
avatar for Tom Frick

Tom Frick

Director, Division of Environmental Assessment and Restoration, Department of Environmental Protection
avatar for Ann Shortelle

Ann Shortelle

Executive Director, St. Johns River Water Management District
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Carl Spirio

State Drainage Engineer, Department of Transportation
avatar for Mark Thomasson

Mark Thomasson

Vice President, WSource
Environmental Resource PermittingCutting-edge stormwater management and reuseWater policyWater quality credit tradingAquifer recharge and UIC permitting
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Shayne Paynter

Water Resources East Technical Manager, Atkins
Interested in all aspects of water resources across Florida: water quality, innovative stormwater management, coastal and riverine bridge hydraulics and modeling, groundwater modeling, infrastructure hydraulics design.


Thursday July 18, 2019 1:30pm - 3:10pm
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