Clean water is crucial to our region's environment, economy, and quality of life. The Clean Waters Initiative (CWI) program offers workshops that help local governments, landowners, and residents develop effective strategies to reduce pollution in area waterways.
Time: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Houston-Galveston Area Council, Conference Room B/C, Second Floor
Topic: Funding Sources for Water and Wastewater-related Infrastructure
After presentations by several funding agencies, attendees will have an opportunity in the third hour to ask questions and further delve into the topic area with presenters, including the Texas Water Development Board, in an open-house style setting.
Register today to attend this valuable workshop.
Wednesday, May 22
Wednesday, August 21
Wednesday, November 20
H-GAC Water Quality Resources
Includes workshops on in-stream water quality monitoring, website user training, region-wide water quality initiatives and the Basin Highlights Report / Basin Summary Report.
Wastewater Treatment Facilities and On-Site Sewage Facilities
Workshops on Electricity Use and Production through Wastewater, OSSFs, and Effluent Microbial Loading.
Workshops geared towards Coastal Community needs such as 319 grants, Economic Development and OSSF repair/inspection/replacement.
Capacity Management and Operations Maintenance
Information about Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSOs), Cease the Grease, and TCEQ small business assistance
MS4 Minimum Control Measures
H-GAC has hosted a series of workshop about the six minimum control measures for MS4s: construction site runoff, post-construction runoff, illicit discharge detection and emimination, good housekeeping, and industrial permits
Conservation, Landscaping, Land Use, and Low Impact Development
Presentations about Regional Water Conservation, Yard Wise, Flood Control Landscaping, Compost and Green Roofs, Nutrients and Sediments in our waterways, and Low Impact Development for Developers
Stormwater and Watersheds
This category includes presentations about feral hogs and water quality, watershed modeling, urban stream ecology, and instream bacteria dynamics.
Education, Outreach, and Public Participation
Local initiatives such as Back the Bay, Clean Water Clear Choice, and Texas Stream Team
Brian SimsSenior PlannerBrian.Sims@h-gac.com713-993-2438