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    Tennessee Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Training Program for Construction Sites. Sediment Basin With Dewatering. With and Without Erosion Protection. Muddy Water From Construction. Unstabilized Construction Site Discharge. Stream Protection With Silt Fence. Slope Drain and Blanket. Slope Protection Application Demonstration. Steep Slope Stormwater Management. Channel Riprap and Liner. Storm Water Detention Pond. Bad Silt Fence Installation. Concentrated Flow at Silt Fence. Dam Failure at Outlet Pipe. Untreated Construction Site Dewatering. Generated by HTML5 Slideshow Dreamweaver Extension 1.2.0. One of the main program responsibilities of the Tennessee Water Resources Research Center is the transfer of information through professional training and education. A major part of this program is the training of individuals involved in land disturbing activities. Sediment is a major contributor to the pollution of streams in Tennessee and construction activities are a major source of sediment and stream siltation. The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) has adopted a general permit to aid in the erosion prevention and sediment control at construction sites. An integral part of improving water quality in Tennessee’s streams is the training of those requesting coverage under the May 2011 TDEC Construction General Permit (CGP) Notice of Intent (NOI). To meet this need, the Center has developed three training workshops for developers, contractors, engineers and other professionals, inspection personnel, and enforcement officials responsible for all aspects of preparation and implementation of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans (SWPPP) for preventing erosion and controlling sediment at construction sites one (1) acre or more in size. Workshop participants will receive resource notebooks and materials used by the instructors in presenting the courses. Handout materials include the Tennessee Erosion and Sediment Control Handbook of recommended Best Management Practices (BMPs), TDEC Construction General Permit requirements, and SWPPP example; manual of Design Principles for Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control for Construction Sites; all workshop presentation slides; and a CD containing several other public domain design and analysis software and reference materials. 2014 Fall Training Sessions. 2014 Fall Training Sessions. Oil and Gas Workshop. Oil and Gas Workshop.Information.
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The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) has adopted a general permit to aid in the ...
TDEC Training Workshop
If you have any questions regarding registration or course content, contact the TNEPSC program at (865) 974-2151 or to email click here.
The Official State of Tennessee's Department of Environment and ...
Recertification training course information can be obtained from the following web site: www.tnepsc.org. TDEC Division of Solid Waste Management 8-credit hour class for ...
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Tennessee is a designated EPSCoR state. EPSCoR (Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research) is a program administered by the National Science Foundation ...
TNEPSC Fall 2011 Schedule - Clarksville Home Builders Association
TNEPSC Level II : Dec. 14-15, 2011 Nashville – Willis Conference Center, 26 Century Blvd. TBD Knoxville- Rothchild Conference ...
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Names of certified participants are normally posted within a week following the course on the EPSC Level I Certification Listing website: www.tnepsc.org.
TNEPSC Fall 2011 schedule TDEC[6]
TNEPSC Training Schedule Fall 2011 8-9-11 updated TNEPSC Level I : Oct. 4, 2011 Knoxville – Rothchild Conference Center, 8807 Kingston Pike
TNEPSC Training Schedule
TNEPSC Training Schedule Spring 2012 1-21-12 updated TNEPSC Level I : Feb. 15, 2012 Nashville (BC) March 1, 2012 Knoxville (JB) April 4, 2012 Jackson (TL)
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