User Guide for Integrated Stormwater and Wastewater Planning

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This is a joint webcast with The Water Research Foundation

This web seminar is designed for utilities and municipalities that are in various stages of considering and conducting the integrated stormwater and wastewater planning. In 2012, U.S.EPA established the Integrated Planning Framework (IPF) policy to assist municipalities in achieving the water quality objectives by identifying efficiencies in implementing requirements that arise from both wastewater and stormwater programs and promote regulatory flexibilities. This User’s Guide is intended to help a community determine if it should embark on an integrated plan. This web seminar will discuss the Integrated Planning Considerations Tool, which provides an indication as to how prepared the community is to undertake an integrated plan. Furthermore, our speakers will provide a concise summary of the outcomes of the Community Insights Survey and the associated case studies, organized by six elements for integrated planning.


  • Adrienne Nemura, Geosyntec Consultants
  • Phil Hubbard, Hampton Roads Sanitation District (VA)
  • Jeff Rexhausen, University of Cincinnati Economic Center
  • Adam Blandford, University of Cincinnati Economic Center

There will be up to 1.5 Professional Development Hours (PDHs) offered for this webcast. Please check with your state accreditation agency to determine if you qualify.