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Event 

Point-Source Stormwater Pollution Forum
Title:
Point-Source Stormwater Pollution Forum
When:
Wed 26 Apr 2017 - Wed 26 Apr 2017
Where:
Karstens Conference Rooms - Melbourne
Category:
Clearwater

Description

Point-source pollution (a single, identifiable source of pollution such as a property, pipe or drain) poses a significant threat to waterways and human health in urban areas across Greater Melbourne and beyond. It also presents risks that can affect amenity and the longevity of drainage assets. However, it is difficult to fully understand the risks associated with point-source pollution, the extent of the problem and what can (and should) be done about it.

Melbourne Water's Living Rivers Program and Clearwater present an outstanding line-up of subject matter experts and local government case studies in this half-day forum, aimed at supporting local government and the industry in improving point-source pollution management.

Presentations will include:

  • Introduction to point-source pollution and source-tracking techniques (Centre for Aquatic Pollution Identification and Management - CAPIM)
  • Educating industrial businesses identified as polluters (City of Whittlesea) Planning controls for industrial stormwater management – education and enforcement (Hume City Council)
  • Novel sampling techniques to monitor pollution sources in industrial estates (City of Greater Dandenong)
  • Educating food businesses and tracking faecal contamination to reduce pathogen risks for beachgoers (Mornington Peninsula Shire Council and Monash University)

Venue

Venue:
Karstens Conference Rooms   -   Website
Street:
123 Queen Street
ZIP:
3000
City:
Melbourne
State:
VIC
Country:
Country: au

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