State and county officials and industry experts gathered at the University of Maryland College Park for a roundtable discussion titled, “The Clean Water Partnership: A Success Story of Community Collaboration.” The workshop highlighted the success of the Prince George’s County Clean Water Partnership, including best practices and lessons learned.
The Clean Water Partnership was established by the County to address regulatory stormwater requirements, with a goal of providing treatment for 2,000 acres of impervious surface within the County over a two-year timeframe. The project is a nationwide model by which other jurisdictions may follow to cost-effectively address their federal and state water quality mandates. As such, the discussion focused on the dynamics of the partnership between public and private entities.
Ben Grumbles, Maryland Secretary of the Environment provided the opening address at the event. Adam Ortiz, Director for the Department of the Environment for Prince George’s County, was a speaker.
Soltesz is very proud to be playing a major role in the success of the NPDES MS4 (Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System) goals of the county. Serving as design engineer, Soltesz has coordinated engineering services in support of the Clean Water Partnership, providing innovative design efforts to accommodate the needs of the project.
For more information on Soltesz’s efforts as part of the Clean Water Partnership, contact Ken Dunn, Managing Member, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 301.794.7555.
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