Join the APA Regional Sustainability Network this Friday, from 2-3pm for the first in what will be an ongoing webinar series.
Friday’s topic: The Albany Pool Communities Combined Sewer Overflow (CSO) Long Term Control Plan – Managing Stormwater and Combined Sewer Systems through Collaboration, Planning, and Action
About the Albany Pool: In 2007, six capital district communities on the Hudson River began working together to develop a joint Long Term Control Plan. The plan was created to study the current health of the Hudson River, identify programs and projects that will aid in the clean-up of the river, and through a sophisticated modeling system and post construction testing program, and demonstrate the effectiveness of the program. The Capital District Regional Planning Commission has taken the lead in organizing a consortium to develop a comprehensive inter-municipal Long-Term Control Plan (LTCP) for Combined Sewer Overflows (CSO: overflows from combined storm & sanitary sewers) discharging into the Hudson River Estuary. Hear updates on more than 50 projects and programs included in the effort to demonstrably improve the water quality of the Hudson River and its tributaries.
Date: Friday, February 26th
Time: 2:00pm – 3:00pm
Speaker: Martin Daley, Environmental Planner, Capital District Regional Planning Commission
Moderator: Joanna Nadeau, AICP (APA Sustainability Champion/Audubon International)