The International Erosion Control Association (IECA) Region One and the IECA Southeast Chapter has signed an agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 4 to hold a two day conference in Charlotte, North Carolina in August 2014.
The primary focus of the event will be management of the MS4 function within the EPA Region 4 states. The conference, the “Municipal Wet Weather Stormwater Conference,” will provide educational content focused on the science and technology of stormwater management, stormwater quality and erosion and sediment control. Among those that are encourage to attend, include: MS4 operators, consultants, contractor and others practicing the disciplines of stormwater.
IECA and the IECA Southeast Chapter will announce more details in December and will begin accepting submissions of the Call for Presentations in early 2014. For more information, visit www.ieca.org/regionone.
Founded in 1972, the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) is a non‐profit organization devoted to serving as the premier global resource for the prevention and control of erosion and sediment related problems. IECA is the world’s oldest and largest association, devoted to helping members solve erosion and sediment control problems. To sustain its mission, IECA hosts an annual conference for industry professionals, which includes continuing education on the latest technologies and findings, and the industry’s largest exhibit of related materials, products and equipment. In 2012, IECA formed Region One and Region Two designed to connect members by location. Region One consists of North America, South America and Europe.
SOURCE: The International Erosion Control Association