Erosion and Sediment Control

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Anionic Polymer use in Extreme Weather Conditions for Erosion, Turbidity, and Water Quality Management

Monday, February 12
9:10 AM - 10:10 AM

PDH: 1

Location: 103C

Level of Presentation: Intermediate

This will be a course on the fundamentals of using anionic polyacrylamide as an EPA approved material for chemical treatment of stormwater from construction sites, flocculation agent in metals and TSS reduction, stream channel and shoreline stabilization BMP, and a technique for extending water availability to landscape and crop vegetation. Participants will learn the benefits of proactive vs. reactive planning methods and numerous techniques for enhancing existing sedimentation controls during land development activities.

This will be a course on the fundamentals of using anionic polyacrylamide as an EPA approved material for chemical treatment of stormwater from construction sites, flocculation agent in metals and TSS reduction, stream channel and shoreline stabilization BMP, and a technique for extending water availability to landscape and crop vegetation. Participants will learn the benefits of proactive vs. reactive planning methods and numerous techniques for enhancing existing sedimentation controls during land development activities.

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Target Audience: Contractor,Developer/Builder,Government Agency,Stream/Wetland

Eddie Snell

Technical Specialist/Environmental Scientist
Applied Polymer Systems

Eddie Snell graduated from the University of West Florida with a Bachelor’s Degree in Environmental Science. He has over 36 years of environmental monitoring experience in biological, chemical, and water quality assessment. His expertise is in erosion control, shoreline stabilization, turbidity control, PAM blend technology and stormwater BMPs. He is a certified inspector and trainer in the Florida Stormwater, Erosion and Sediment Control Inspector Training & Certification program. Eddie has work experience in Florida, North Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, Texas, Delaware, and Puerto Rico.

He has worked for more than 36 years with the Reedy Creek Improvement District in the Environmental Sciences Laboratory and in the Planning & Engineering department. Past work duties included managing the District’s Phase I MS4 NPDES Program and construction compliance. This included working with the District’s Pollution Control department on TMDL, NNC, MST programs and special watershed projects. He currently works for Applied Polymer Systems, Inc., as a technical specialist for PAM blend technology.

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