EPA Offers webinar on road salt pollution prevention strategies

EPA’s Stormwater Pollution
Prevention Webinar Series:

Road Salt Pollution Prevention Strategies

Date: Thursday, January 31, 2013

Time: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm Eastern Daylight Time

Session Description:

EPA’s Stormwater Pollution Prevention Webinar Series will highlight efforts to reduce pollutants in stormwater through controlling pollutants at their sources.

This webinar in EPA’s Stormwater Pollution Prevention Webinar Series will cover the topic of road salt. The application and storage of deicing materials, most commonly salts such as sodium chloride, can lead to water quality problems for surrounding areas.

The webinar will present information on the impacts of road salt on the environment, implementation of TMDLs involving road salt, successful reduction strategies used by states, and possible groundwater impacts. The webinar will cover actions taken to address road salt by Minnesota and New Hampshire as well as an EPA study on potential groundwater impacts.

Presentations:

Road Salt TMDLs and Road Salt Reduction Strategies in New Hampshire.
Philip Trowbridge and Eric Williams, New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services.

Road Salt Transport at Two Municipal Wellfields in Wilmington, Massachusetts.
Doug Heath, EPA Region 1.

Sharing the Road with the Environment.
Brooke Asleson, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Mark Fischbach and Kathleen Schaefer, Minnesota Department of Transportation.

Registration:

You must register in advance to attend this webinar. Register at this link: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/737196081

Disability Accommodations:

Contact Erika Farris at farris.erika@epa.gov if captioning accommodations are needed for the webinar.

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