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MSUFCU HQ 2, Conf. Rm. 2055, lower level

Stormwater Treatment in Clay Soils: Mechanical Devices or Nature-Based Solutions

Learn how to address stormwater quality goals by evaluating mechanical separators and the retention/infiltration in Michigan’s clay soils from national expert Don Carpenter, PhD, PE, LEED AP, Executive Director of the Great Lakes Stormwater Management Institute at Lawrence Technological University.

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Stormwater Treatment in Clay Soils: Mechanical Devices or Nature-Based Solutions
Stormwater Treatment in Clay Soils: Mechanical Devices or Nature-Based Solutions

Time & Location

Nov 30, 2022, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM

MSUFCU HQ 2, Conf. Rm. 2055, lower level, 3899 Coolidge Rd, East Lansing, MI 48823, USA

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About the event

Learn how to address stormwater quality goals by evaluating mechanical separators and the retention and infiltration of Michigan’s clay soils from national expert Don Carpenter, PhD, PE, LEED AP, Executive Director of the Great Lakes Stormwater Management Institute at Lawrence Technological University.

As founding Director of the Institute and an accredited green design professional and practicing professional engineer, Dr. Carpenter conducts research on stormwater BMPs. He routinely provides professional lectures and short courses on innovative stormwater treatment design and its role in LID implementation and fulfillment of LEED credits.

Dr. Carpenter will discuss how he advises communities on implementing stormwater management practices using hydrologic and stormwater modeling and design as well as field data collection for performance monitoring. There will be a Q & A session following the presentation with continuing advice on how to achieve post-construction standards for stormwater runoff control. 

Schedule


  • 2 hours 30 minutes

    Agenda

    Conference Room 2055

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