Industrial General Permit Trainer of Record Forum
Moderator led discussion between panel and audience regarding key Trainer of Record issues related to Industrial General Permit compliance, and successful techniques and experience related to training, Compliance Group implementation, and response to NAL exceedances.
Brian Currier, Water Programs at Sacramento State: Brian is a research engineer with the Office of Water Programs, a co-chair of the CASQA Training subcommittee, and a member of the IGP Training Team Brian holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in Environmental Engineering from the University of California, Davis, and is a California-licensed Professional Engineer. Brian has been involved in stormwater research since 1997.
Marvin Sachse, Brash Industries: Marvin is the Leader for Brash-Auto,3 one of the largest California IGP approved Compliance Groups. His Industrial General Permit experience includes SWPPP preparation, instruction on storm water sampling collection and analysis, BMP implementation and evaluation, and technical expert testimony in site litigation for numerous and various types of Industrial Permittees. He conducts Storm Water and Hazardous Waste Workshops at numerous national trade shows and conventions, and currently lectures in a class in Storm Water compliance/management at University of Southern California. He has also taught Hazardous Waste Treatment and Storm Water courses at the University of California. He also provides expert comments before the State and Regional Water Boards on storm water related matters and participates on many of CASQA’s Industrial General Permit Working Group sub committees. He has earned a Master of Science Degree in Environmental Engineering, a Master of Science Degree in Industrial Engineering. Mr. Sachse is a State Licensed Professional Engineer, and among other qualifications, is a CASQA approved Trainer of Record (ToR) for both the CGP and the IGP, and is a member of the Industrial General Permit Training Team (IGPTT).
Matt Lentz, GSI Environmental: A significant portion of Mr. Lentz’ practice has involved assisting hundreds of industrial, municipal and construction clients comply with NPDES stormwater regulations and development of their compliance programs. He has assisted more than 400 industrial clients comply with various aspects of NPDES permit compliance including evaluation and recommendation of Best Management Practices (BMPs), development and review of compliance documents, analytical data evaluations, review and comment on new regulations/ permits, and regulatory agency interaction and support. He has provided support to industrial dischargers faced with third-party enforcement actions related to alleged Clean Water Act noncompliance and is co-chair of the Industrial Stormwater Subcommittee for the CASQA. He was also selected by the SWRCB to assist with development of the Qualified Industrial Stormwater Practitioner (QISP) training program
Kelly Doyle, Rick Engineering: Kelly is a Principal Environmental Project Manager at Rick Engineering Company’s San Diego office. She has a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies with a focus on water quality from the University of Colorado at Boulder. While managing the Storm Water Division, Ms. Doyle holds extensive experience in the field of storm water compliance at the federal, state, and local levels. Ms. Doyle has over 12 years of storm water experience including, the preparation of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPPs) as applicable to the Industrial and Construction General Permits, conducting on-site storm water evaluations, sampling, compliance assistance in enforcement cases, and providing extensive project coordination between clients, consultants, engineers, and regulators. She is a Trainer of Record for both the Construction and Industrial General Permits, a Qualified SWPPP Developer (QSD), and Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC). In addition to being a Qualified Industrial Storm Water Practitioner, she is a member of the Industrial General Permit Training Team that assisted in the development of the QISP program. She has trained over 1,200 individuals under the QSD/QSP program and is a member of the CASQA Training and Education Committee.
Laurel Warddrip, State Water Resources Control Board: Laurel Warddrip has worked for the State Water Resources Control Board since 2008 developing Statewide Storm Water Permits. She holds a BS in plant ecology/biology from UC Santa Cruz and is currently the Industrial and Construction Storm Water Unit Chief.