October 2, 2013

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Rainwater Harvesting, Watershed Management Expertise Shared at Upcoming World Environment and Water Resources Congress 2010

BROOKLINE, Mass. — Phil Reidy, PE, and Marcus Quigley, PE, CPESC, D.WRE, will be participating in the upcoming World Environment & Water Resources Congress 2010 taking place in Providence, RI, from May 16 — 20. The conference is sponsored by the Environmental and Water Resources Institute (EWRI) and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

On May 18, Phil Reidy will present "Integrating Rainwater Harvesting for Innovative Stormwater Control." Phil's presentation will provide a view of where integrated site stormwater management is headed as well as how new design techniques are being implemented to achieve better performance and the benefits of these techniques for site development professionals and their clients.

Also on May 18, Marcus Quigley will moderate the session "Watershed Management — Pollutant Sources and Management (including TMDLs)." This session will encompass a wide variety of stormwater related topics, including: the characterization of urban stormwater quality in New Zealand; runoff thermal characteristics for LID, conventional, and proprietary treatment systems; potential for green infrastructure practices to reduce combined sewer overflows; and others.