Are you concerned about upcoming stormwater charges in your area? Do you want to better understand what stormwater management technologies are out there?
Join Partners in Project Green, the City of Mississauga and DeepRoot Canada for this webinar, which takes an in-depth look at the City of Mississauga’s new stormwater charge and associated credit program, and explores and technologies to help businesses manage stormwater.
Through its Collective Stormwater Infrastructure Projects, Partners in Project Green helps businesses in the Greater Toronto Area mitigate their on-site flooding risks. This webinar is part of an ongoing complimentary and ongoing series that focuses on stormwater management techniques and technologies.
This webinar examines:
- The City of Mississauga’s Stormwater Charge (launching in 2016)
- The City of Mississauga’s Stormwater Credit Program, and how businesses can take advantage of financial credits offered for retrofitting their properties
- Existing technologies for on-site stormwater management that qualify for the City’s Credit Program
- The featured stormwater technology: DeepRoot Canada’s Suspended Pavement Systems
- How various organizations sites have installed on-site stormwater management systems to mitigate flood risks and beautify their properties
PART ONE: CITY OF MISSISSAUGA’S STORMWATER CHARGE & CREDIT PROGRAM
PART TWO: SUSPENDED PAVEMENT SYSTEMS & STORMWATER MANAGEMENT
Jeremy Blair is the Storm Drainage Programming Engineer at the City of Mississauga and the technical lead in the City’s Stormwater Charge Implementation Project. He served as the project lead and the “face” of the initiative when the implementation plan for the Stormwater Charge was developed and brought to City Council for approval in 2013. Jeremy is currently building and will supervise the team responsible for the administration of the Stormwater Charge when it is launched in 2016.
Michael James is the General Manager of DeepRoot Canada Corp. Mike has been in the municipal street tree / Stormwater industry for over 25 years and has worked extensively with landscape architects, municipalities, engineers, and landscape contractors to provide solutions for the health of the Urban Forest and Low Impact Development techniques. Michael has a Degree in Public Administration and Business Management.
|Thank you to our event sponsor DeepRoot Canada
For more information on the company and its Suspended Pavement Systems, please visit deeproot.com or contact Michael James at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|City of Mississauga
For more information on the City of Mississauga’s Stormwater Charge and Credit Program please visit stormwatercharge.ca or contact email@example.com.