Elizabeth Toot-Levy to Present on the Development and Potential Impact of Ohio's First Far-field TMDL at the One Water Technical Conference
Elizabeth Toot-Levy a Project Scientist (Ohio) will present "The Maumee Watershed Nutrient Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) – What's Next for the Western Lake Erie Basin (WLEB)" at the One Water Technical Conference on Thursday, July 28th in Cleveland, Ohio.
Adrienne Nemura a Principal Water Resources Engineer (Ohio) will be attending the conference.
Elizabeth and Adrienne will be available to meet with attendees to answer questions about the presentation or Geosyntec's services. Geosyntec works with clients to help find affordable ways to comply with the Clean Water Act by establishing a regulatory strategy, using science and engineering to quantify benefits, and conducting effective permit and enforcement negotiations for wastewater and stormwater.
Elizabeth (Beth) Toot-Levy is a project scientist based in Cleveland, Ohio with 21 years of experience in environmental and regulatory compliance. She joined Geosyntec in 2015 and is currently leading multiple National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System and Clean Water Act projects across the country for municipalities, industries, attorneys, and other consultants. Since joining Geosyntec, Beth has continued her role as a leader in Ohio and beyond supporting the Clean Water Act needs of our clients. She supports municipal Industrial Pretreatment Programs (IPPs) and is currently managing projects to reevaluate and justify local limits, working with communities to update and revise their IPPs, and supporting communities in the development of new IPPs.
Adrienne Nemura is a Principal Water Resources Engineer based in Ohio with more than 37 years of experience focused on helping clients identify cost-effective and sustainable solutions to meet their water quality goals. She has worked for more than 50 cities and wastewater utilities, state and federal regulatory agencies, industrial facilities, airports, attorneys, consulting firms, non-profit organizations, and trade associations.
The One Water Ohio Technical Conference is a joint effort between the Ohio Water Environment Association and the Ohio Section of the American Water Works Association. The conference brings both water and wastewater professionals from around the state for training and networking.
Title: The Maumee Watershed Nutrient Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) – What's Next for the Western Lake Erie Basin (WLEB)
Presenter: Elizabeth Toot-Levy
Date: Thursday, July 28th
Time: 12:00 p.m. – 12:45 p.m.
The presentation will evaluate the development of Ohio's first far-field TMDL and its potential impact on point sources, through the preliminary modeling report step in the process. We will look at point source loads as detailed in the modeling, proposed wasteload allocations included in the TMDL calculations, and evaluate potential flexibilities to be incorporated as part of the point source implementation aspects of the TMDL. Given that the majority of the phosphorus load to the WLEB is attributable to non-point sources, we will also evaluate the loading allocations included in the TMDL calculations and any information available at that time regarding the associated reasonable assurance necessary for US EPA approval of the TMDL.
About the Conference: https://onewaterohio.org/
Learn more about Elizabeth: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elizabeth-toot-levy-48402518/
Learn more about Adrienne: https://www.geosyntec.com/people/adrienne-nemura