Conference Proceedings

Please find below the session PowerPoints from the 2017 Stormwater NSW Conference.

*Please note that this only includes sessions that have been approved by the presenter for distribution.

Wednesday, 6th September

Concurrent Session 1

Blacktown City Council: Getting the Most Out of Stormwater Pollution Control Devices
Russell Cadman, Blacktown City Council

Harnessing the Momentum – Incorporating the Lessons Learnt During Construction, Operation and Maintenance of Bio-retention Systems, Along with Observations of Natural Templates, Into the Design Process
Nigel Bosworth, Calibre Consulting

Concurrent Session 2

Transformation of an Urban Lake at Mt Annan, NSW
Dov Ben-Avraham, Northrop Consulting

Concurrent Session 3

H2OK: Keeping our Waterways Healthy
Kathryn Rhook, ACT Government

Concurrent Session 4

Stormwater Industry Mentoring Model (SWIMM)
Kristy Good and Nerida Taylor, SPLASH Program and Blacktown City Council

Concurrent Session 6

Lessons Learnt from the Operation and Commissioning of the Angus Creek Stormwater Harvesting Scheme: How to Improve Water Quality and Extraction Capacity
Craig Bush, Blacktown City Council and Omid Sayer, Optimal Stormwater

Concurrent Session 7

Without Data, You are Just Another Person with an Opinion
Peter Terrett, Rapid Map

Thursday, 7th September 2017

Concurrent Session 2

Swimming in Parramatta River – Translating the Vision into Opportunities
David Knights, McGregor Coxall

Concurrent Session 3

Updating Stormwater Management Policy in 2017 - What's the Focus?
Nona Ruddell, Fairfield City Council

Developing a Stormwater Runoff Amelioration Method – Case Studies in South Creek
Stephanie Kermode, Sydney Water

Concurrent Session 5

Effective Public Bushland Asset Management and its Role in the Environmental Sustainable Operation of the City of Newcastle
Dr. Anne Clements, Anne Clements & Associates and 
Karenne Jurd, Newcastke City Council

Concurrent Session 6

Stormwater Harvesting and Reuse - A Checklist for Master Planning and Design
Guy Amos, Optimal Stormwater

The Goliath of Catchment Management Planning 
Nona Ruddell and Leonie Gray, Fairfield City Council

Assessing Directly Connected Impervious Areas in Residential Subdivisions in Western Sydney
Stephen Gribble, Cardno




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