FILTREXX ATTENDS 2020 EROSION CONTROL BMP SUMMIT
Update 03/19/20: This event has been cancelled.
Filtrexx will attend the 2020 Erosion Control BMP Summit in Redding, CA (April 8-9, 2020), hosted by Dirt Time. This summit is an immersive two full-day training. More than ever before your BMPs must be effective. Why? According tot he CGP (CA General Permit) the efficacy of the BMPs outlined in your SWPPP will be evaluated by inspections before, during, and after every storm event.
The BMP Summit features various exhibitors on-site with EC equipment, products, and suppliers. This is the only learning environment where you get to rub shoulders with the exhibitors and handle the products while kicking the dirt. Just a walk away is the Shasta College Erosion Control Training Facility where we will spend the second day watching and participating in BMP implementation.
Upon completion of this training, you will leave with the confidence of knowing how to successfully implement BMP’s on your site. Also- attendees and exhibitors participating can receive a Certificate of Attendance for up to 1.6 CEUs (16 PDHs).
Filtrexx utilizes a variety of composted media inside Soxx™ technology. Depending on the final application, Filtrexx Soxx can
help reduce, divert, clean and filter stormwater runoff, and the media
chosen has a major impact on performance. Filtrexx is your partner of choice for selecting
sustainable technologies in stormwater management, sediment &
erosion control, pollutant removal, living walls, agriculture and
gardening applications. Meet
our team at the Erosion Control BMP Summit and let us collaborate on your next project.
Connect with Filtrexx at the 2020 Erosion Control BMP Summit
11555 Old Oregon Trail
Redding, CA 96003
April 8-9, 2020
2020 Erosion Control BMP Summit Website
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ABOUT DIRT TIME & JOHN MCCULLAH
John has been a Certified Community College Instructor since 1996, developing curriculum and teaching at Shasta College in Northern California. He is a recognized expert in erosion control, stream and watershed restoration, and technical training. He has had specialized adult educator training while teaching state-wide storm water courses for California Department of Transportation for ten years. He is also certified as a QSD and QSP (Qualified SWPPP Developer and Practitioner) and he is a Trainer of Record for these CA professional requirements. As an academic and practitioner with dozens of case studies and Dirt Time clips, John’s trainings are filled with first hand, practical experiences.