Executive Director Provides Insights at Invitation of Water Environment Federation

With the 25th anniversary of the Phase I Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System program fast approaching in November, CASQA's Executive Director shares his insights on trends and future shifts in stormwater quality management.

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CASQA's 11th Annual Conference

Stormwater - Are We Making a Difference?

We look forward to seeing you at the Hyatt Regency Monterey, October 19-21, 2015.


Registration deadline | No on-site registration | Networking Event tickets will not be sold at the conference

Due to a very strong registration response, you must register online by Sunday, October 11, 2015, 11:59 PM PT:

  • Registration closes for all categories.
  • This date falls on a Sunday; we suggest you register well in advance of this deadline.
  • There will NOT be an option to register on-site at the conference.
  • Tickets for the Networking Event at the Monterey Bay Aquarium will NOT be available at the conference or at-the-door. This event is included with a 3-Day Conference Pass. Additional tickets must be purchased online by October 11.

Information and Registration

Registration Brochure

Conference Agenda

The conference agenda provides an up-to-date hourly view of the program and speakers. See an overview of all days or filter by day, track, or training workshop.

View the 2015 Conference Agenda

Conference Program: print version (10/2/2015)

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Industrial & Commercial BMP Online Handbook Available for Purchase

The new Industrial & Commercial BMP Online Handbook, including the Industrial SWPPP Template and guidance docs for the new Industrial General Permit, is now available as an online subscription-based product.

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CASQA Releases Pesticides Subcommittee Annual Report

The report, 'Pesticides Subcommittee Annual Report and Effectiveness Assessment 2014-2015' describes CASQA’s activities related to the goal of preventing pesticide pollution in urban waterways from July 2014 through June 2015. The Subcommittee works in collaboration with the California State and Regional Water Boards and other stakeholders to bring about change in how pesticides are regulated by the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the California Department of Pesticide Regulation, with the goal of ensuring that currently registered pesticides do not impair urban receiving waters. CASQA members can use the report for both internal and external purposes, such as submitting to their Water Boards in their annual compliance reporting.

View the report in the Technical Reports category of the Member Library (CASQA members only).