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Stormwater Coalition Public Involvement & Education

The TMACOG Stormwater Coalition is a forum for local governments and other agencies to meet the requirements of EPA stormwater permits. The Stormwater Coalition helps fulfill the outreach and education requirements of stormwater permits
by providing information and opportunities for involvement.

2017 Webcasts | Flyer

Stormwater Contaminants of Emerging Concern
March 22, 2017, 1-2:30 PM
Location: City of Toledo Engineering Services – 600 Jefferson Ave. Suite 300

Nutrient Trading
May 17, 2017, 1-2:30 PM
Location: City of Toledo Engineering Services – 600 Jefferson Ave. Suite 300

Making Urban Trees Count
June 21, 2017, 1-2:30 PM
Location: City of Toledo Engineering Services – 600 Jefferson Ave. Suite 300

Stream Restoration: Where are we now?
September 13, 2017, 1-2:30 PM
Location: City of Toledo Engineering Services – 600 Jefferson Ave. Suite 300

Bringing Better Site Design into The 21st Century
October 18, 2017, 1-2:30 PM
Location: City of Toledo Engineering Services – 600 Jefferson Ave. Suite 300

Modeling for Water Quality

November 15, 2017, 1-2:30 PM
Location: City of Toledo Engineering Services – 600 Jefferson Ave. Suite 300

Links to Presentations/Workshops

Working Cooperatively to Prevent Construction Site Runoff and Pollution | Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Home Builders Association of Greater Toledo

>>Agenda
>>Presentations
    -Introduction to Construction Site Erosion Control, John Mathews, ODNR
    -Valuing our Water Resource Together, Beatrice Miringu, City of Toledo & Andrea Beard, City of Oregon

>>Handouts
    -"We Have Low Impact Development, Now We Need Low Impact Construction" - Center for Watershed Protection
    -Ohio EPA Construction Site Checklist

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Municipal Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping Practices Presentation
Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping is a required minimum control measure for Phase II jurisdictions. This presentation was used for training municipal employees (from Stormwater Coalition jurisdictions) in Pollution Prevention/Good Housekeeping.

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The Give Water A Hand Program

In 2004-2006 the Stormwater Coalition and the Maumee RAP conducted a stormwater education program called Give Water a Hand. The first phase included six tip cards, showing how homeowners can make a difference in protecting clean water. The second phase recommended practices specific that businesses could follow to prevent pollution in stormwater runoff. These tip cards are available below:

Give Water a Hand: Residential Campaign
Tip Card #1: Save Water
Tip Card #2: Lawn Care
Tip Card #3: Drains, Sewers and Ditches
Tip Card #4: Native Plants
Tip Card #5: Household Hazardous Waste
Tip Card #6: Storm Drains and Ditches

Give Water a Hand: Business Campaign
Food Service Guidebook
Businesses & Material Storage Guidebook
Home Maintenance, Remodeling & Repair Guidebook
Vehicle Service Guidebook

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