Date / Time:
Tuesday, Sep 13 3:45pm to 4:15pm
Track / Session:
Stormwater and Technology / Emerging Trends and Strategies for Open Data and NPDES Compliance
The State Water Boards Stormwater Strategy identifies the need to improve accessibility to information and data provided by stormwater permittees so that staff, interested parties and academics make informed decisions about specific neighborhoods or across large regions. There is also a desire to apply technology to improve efficiency of staff through hardware, applications and mobile devices. This presentation will describe what data has been transferred for open access, what is planned in the future to improve accessibility, use and analysis as well as some thoughts on future trends and applications.
Charlow Arzadon, State Water Resources Control Board
Charlow Arzadon is a Water Resource Control Engineer. She has bachelor’s degrees in both Civil Engineering and Information Technology. She has been with the State Water Resources Control Boards since 2011 and has worked in multiple programs within the organization including Underground Storage Tanks, Waste Discharge Requirements, and National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES). Ms. Arzadon currently works in the Storm Water Planning Unit where she is the lead staff for the Storm Water Strategy’s Open Data project.
Supporting Speaker 1:
Patrick Otsuji, State Water Resources Control Board