Steve Peene, PhD, (Florida) will moderate a panel at the Southeast Stormwater Association (SESWA) Regional Stormwater Seminar in Atlanta, Georgia. He will speak about resilient stormwater management solutions at 8:30 a.m. EDT on April 21, 2023.

Steve is a Senior Principal with ATM, a Geosyntec Company. He is a SESWA board member and chairs its policy committee. With more than 33 years of experience focused on water resources, he conducts water resources analyses including sea-level-rise and coastal-surge modeling, watershed planning, and stormwater management planning. In addition, Steve facilitates NPDES MS4 permitting, evaluates nonpoint- and point-source pollution in surface-water systems, and conducts hydrologic, hydrodynamic, sediment transport and water quality modeling. He also evaluates ecological impacts to surface waters and designs and implements surface-water monitoring and restoration projects.

Seminar presenters at SESWA will discuss a variety of resilience topics, including how communities are planning for and responding to community needs and how to prevent damage and recover from extreme weather events. Stormwater case studies and lessons from across the Southeast will be shared.

SESWA was formed in 2005 to support stormwater professionals in the Southeast (focused on the states of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee, comprising USEPA Region IV) as they seek solutions to surface-water quality and stormwater-management challenges.

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