Stormwater Technology Tradeshow, Killington, VT October 27, 1998

October 27, 1998 Lake Champlain Basin Program Logo With increasing concern over stormwater pollutants and the need to comply with state and local water quality mandates in NY and VT, planners, developers and engineers now have an opportunity to learn about he latest technology for treating storm water runoff.

Stormwater run-off contributes a significant amount of pollution to area streams and rivers in our local watersheds.

On Oct 17, at Killington Resort, 14 exhibitors will demonstrate the latest technology in treating stormwater runoff. The show will provide an opportunity to view new systems, discuss specific site problems with vendors, and obtain information on produce cost and performance.

The Stormwater Technology Trade Show is being sponsored by the US Environmental Protection Agency, the USDA National Resources Conservation Service, VT Dept of Environmental Conservation, NYS Dept of Environmental Conservation, the NY Department of Transportation, the Lake Champlain Basin Program, the Lake George Park Commission, Rutland Natural Resources Conservation District and the Warren County Soil & Water Conservation District.

For further information, or to register for the conference, contact Rick Hopkins, VT DEC 802-241-3770 or Mike Rafferty, NY DEC 518 457-5853. A $33 registration fee includes lunch. Space is available; register early!