MS4 Management

Case Study

Has My MS4 Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Program Made Measurable Progress after 15 Years?

Monday, February 12
10:20 AM - 11:20 AM

PDH: 1

Location: 102B

Level of Presentation: All: Suitable for a broad audience

Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4s) are required to implement a Construction Site Stormwater Runoff Control Program. This presentation outlines how to create an internal audit program that allows the MS4 to determine if the program is making measurable progress.

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Target Audience: Consultant,Engineer,Government Agency,Storm Water

J.P. Johns

Discipline Leader, Water Resources
Woolpert Inc

Mr. J.P. Johns, P.E., has 20 years’ experience in hydrology and hydraulic analysis of urban waterways with additional experience in erosion prevention and sediment control, post-construction water quality, and NPDES MS4 program implementation. He earned a BS degree in Agricultural Engineering and an MS degree in Biosystems Engineering from Clemson University. He received the IECA 2014 Sustained Contributor Award, is currently the President of the IECA Southeast Chapter, is a member of the South Carolina Association of Stormwater Managers, the Water Environment Association of South Carolina, and sits on the ASTM D18 and C27 committees.

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John Martin

Assistant Storm Water Manager
South Carolina Department of Transportation

Mr. John P. Martin, CEPSCI, CSPR is the Assistant Storm Water Manager for the South Carolina Department of Transportation in Columbia, South Carolina. Mr. Martin received his B.S. Degree in Public Health & Business Administration from The College of Charleston and a Master’s Degree in Environmental Science from the University of South Carolina. He has nearly 13 years of experience in the field of stormwater management. In the past, he has been the project manager with the Bureau of Water and with the office of Ocean & Coastal Management for the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC). While he was with SCDHEC, he was involved with both Wetlands and NPDES permitting. He was previously employed with the Richland County MS4 program in Columbia, SC and was responsible for plan review related to sediment and erosion control, post construction water quality, and county road design. He also assisted Richland County with compliance during construction and with all aspects of MS4 program implementation. In addition, Mr. Martin has ten years of experience as certified Sediment and Erosion control inspector. He is currently a Program Manager for the Department’s NPDES MS4 permit program and is responsible for working with the Regulatory community to insure compliance with SCDOT projects and to resolve problem areas.

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