This session is now fully booked. Please click here to register for the webinar on the 17th July 2019.
Hear from Industry experts about where the future of sustainable surface water management is heading in Australia.
As land in cities becomes increasingly developed, large surface areas are being covered by impermeable pavements. Integrated infiltration and retention systems have the potential to protect stormwater systems, prevent erosion and pollution, and increase flow to receiving waters at a more natural pace – thus conserving and reusing our most valuable resource.
This seminar will provide an overview of current regulatory requirements and discuss new, innovative solutions and best practice designs in sustainable surface water management.
- Global trends in sustainable surface water management
- Best Practice in design
- Geo-cellular systems method (detention, retention and infiltration applications)
1745: Registration for a 6.00pm sharp: event start
1800 - 1805: Welcome Address
1805 - 1915: Presentations and Panel discussion
1915 - 1930: Audience Q&A
1930 - 2015: Networking & Refreshments
Manager – Drainage & Liveable Communities | Water Corporation
With 20 years’ experience in water, sanitation and environmental sectors, Nadine intrinsically understands how to meet the challenges of essential service delivery and improving community health and wellbeing. As a committed water professional she has a broad range of expertise in strategic planning and implementation, integrated water management, risk assessment and managing stakeholder relationships.
In her current role, Nadine manages the Waterwise Cities team at Water Corporation, overseeing the development and implementation of the Corporation’s Water for Life Action Plan. Prior to this, Nadine worked in the Northern Territory planning water and sanitation improvement programs across 72 remote indigenous communities.
Market Segment Manager | ACO
Greg Facey is the Market Segment Manager for ACO, a family owned, global organisation specialising in the manufacture of products for the construction and building industry, with its Australian manufacturing plant located in Western Sydney NSW.
He began his career with the organisation back in 2004 as Queensland Specification Representative providing education and project solutions to many state authorities, engineering and architectural firms.
Greg progressed into the current Market Segment role, providing education and CPD support, technical advice and design brief development nationally to industry associations, transport authorities and designers, in the stormwater management space.
Canapes and refreshments will be provided.
Who should attend
Civil Engineers, Structural Engineers, Risk and Hazard Management Engineers, Hydrologists, Urban Planners/Designers, Developers, Water Management Experts.
This seminar is worth 2 CPD points.
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